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Traceable data types for self-adjusting computation
UA Acar, G Blelloch, R Ley-Wild, K Tangwongsan, D Türkoğlu
ACM Sigplan Notices 45 (6), 483-496, 2010
412010
Dynamic well-spaced point sets
UA Acar, A Cotter, B Hudson, D Türkoğlu
Computational Geometry 46 (6), 756-773, 2013
402013
Robust kinetic convex hulls in 3D
UA Acar, GE Blelloch, K Tangwongsan, D Türkoğlu
Algorithms-ESA 2008: 16th Annual European Symposium, Karlsruhe, Germany …, 2008
382008
Edge-based wedge sampling to estimate triangle counts in very large graphs
D Türkoğlu, A Turk
2017 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM), 455-464, 2017
222017
Degree four plane spanners: Simpler and better
I Kanj, L Perković, D Türkoğlu
Journal of Computational Geometry 8 (2), 3-31, 2017
212017
Parallelism in dynamic well-spaced point sets
UA Acar, A Cotter, B Hudson, D Türkoğlu
Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and Architectures, 33-42, 2011
192011
Revisiting Wedge Sampling for Triangle Counting
A Turk, D Türkoğlu
The World Wide Web Conference, 1875-1885, 2019
142019
Kinetic mesh refinement in 2d
UA Acar, B Hudson, D Türkoğlu
Symposium on Computational Geometry, 341-350, 2011
112011
The k-server problem and fractional analysis
D Türkoğlu
Master’s Thesis, The University of Chicago, 2005
82005
An efficient query structure for mesh refinement
B Hudson, D Türkoğlu
Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry, 115-118, 2008
72008
The stretch factor of hexagon-Delaunay triangulations
M Dennis, L Perković, D Türkoğlu
Symposium on Computational Geometry, 2020
42020
The stretch factor of hexagon-Delaunay triangulations
L Perkovic, M Dennis, DT Türkoğlu
Journal of Computational Geometry 12 (2), 86–125-86–125, 2021
32021
Stable algorithms and kinetic mesh refinement
D Türkoğlu
The University of Chicago, 2012
32012
Handling multiple certificate failures in kinetic data structures
R Diaz, V Panchal, D Türkoğlu
Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry, 2016
2016
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