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This is the position talk that I gave at CIKM. Included are 4 algorithms that I feel don't get much academic attention, but which are very important industrially. It isn't necessarily true that these algorithms *should* get academic attention, but I do feel that it is true that they are quite important pragmatically speaking.
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