Professor Martel is Retired and is not taking on new students.
Computer Science Department
University of California
Davis, CA 95616
B.S., MIT, 1975
Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 1980
Professor Martel's primary interests involve the design and analysis of efficient algorithms, with an emphasis on applications of algorithms. Recent work has focused on algorithms for network analysis and routing, graph algorithms, and computer security.
Office: 3050 Kemper Hall
ECS222A: Algorithm Design and Analysis. F2008
Graduate followup to 122A. Covers more advanced topics and also has more of a focus on formal analysis of the algorithms studied. More details at 222A web page
ECS22B: Advanced Algorithm Design and Analysis. Winter 2008
Topics include advanced graph algorithms and randomized algorithms and approximation algorithms. More details at 222B web page
ECS122A: Intro to Algorithm Design and Analysis.
Topics include basic analysis techniques, graph algorithms, intro to randomized algorithms, dynamic programming, NP-completeness, approximation algorithms. More details at 122A web page
ECS122B: Algorithm Design and Analysis. W2007
Followup to 122A. Covers more advanced topics and also has more of a focus on coding, timing and profiling to see how algorithms perform in practice. More details at 122B web page
For selected recent publications: recent publications