Tony Wirth is Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow in the Department of Computing and Information Systems.
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My current research interests are: approximation algorithms (for graph problems), text compression, streaming algorithms.
In the past, I have worked on adaptive sampling, biological sequence analysis, algorithms for spatial data, shortest-path algorithms, communication complexity.
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Since becoming an ARC Future Fellow, my teaching focuses on the theory of computation.
The subject has been known as Theoretical Computer Science (COMP30021), Theory of Computation (COMP30025), and in 2015 will become Advanced Theoretical Computer Science (COMP90057). Professor Liz Sonenberg will be co-teaching this subject with me.
|Algorithms and Data Structures COMP20003||2009 – 12|
|Algorithms and Complexity COMP90038||2007 – 12|
|Algorithmic Problem Solving (Advanced) 433-152||2005 – 07|
|Informatics 2: People, Data and the Web INFO10002||2008 – 12|
|Software Design 433-254||2005 – 06|
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