Last year, there was an "Ecole de Physique" in Cargese on Statistical physics, Optimization, Inference and Message-Passing algorithms. Florent Krzakala, one of the organizers, mentioned earlier today that they had released the lecture notes of the talks. They are all on this page.

## Autumn School, September 30 -- October 11, 2013

# Proceeding of all lectures

Called "Statistical Physics, Optimization, Inference, and Message-Passing Algorithms" and edited by F. Krzakala, F. Ricci-Tersenghi, L. Zdeborova, R. Zecchina, E. W. Tramel, L. F. Cugliandolo. A book containing the proceeding of all lectures is in preparation at Oxford University Press. A preliminary version of some chapters can be found online on Arxiv:

- Lecture by Cris Moore: Computational Complexity, Phase Transitions, and Message-Passing for Community Detection

Aurélien Decelle, Janina Huttel, Alaa Saade and Cristopher Moore. -
Lecture by Giorgio Parisi: Replica Theory and Spin Glasses

Flaviano Morone, Francesco Caltagirone, Elizabeth Harrison, Giorgio Parisi -
Lecture by Marc Mezard: Cavity Method: Message Passing from a Physics Perspective

Gino Del Ferraro, Chuang Wang, Dani Martí, Marc Mézard -
Lecture by D. Gamarnik: Local Algorithms for Graphs

David Gamarnik, Mathieu Hemery, Samuel Hetterich -
Lecture by D. Shah: Statistical inference with probabilistic graphical models

Angélique Drémeau, Christophe Schuelke, Yingying Xu, Devavrat Shah - Lecture by A. Montanari: Statistical Estimation: From Denoising to Sparse Regression and Hidden Cliques Eric W. Tramel, Santhosh Kumar, Andrei Giurgiu, Andrea Montanari

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