Ilya Razenshteyn


Since September 2012 I am a graduate student at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. I am privileged to be advised by Piotr Indyk. I graduated in June 2012 from Moscow State University, where my advisors were great Maxim Babenko and Sasha Shen.

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We have released FALCONN: a highly optimized C++ library (with a Python wrapper) for similarity search based on LSH.

I do Theoretical Computer Science. My research interests include: similarity search, sketching, metric embeddings, high-dimensional geometry, streaming algorithms, compressed sensing, combinatorial optimization.

My wife does Theory as well!


See the full list of papers (with slides, posters, videos etc).


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