Marek Chrobak is a full professor at University of California, Riverside. He is known for his work competitive analysis of online algorithms, particularly for the k-server problem, on information dissemination in ad-hoc radio networks, and on graph drawing.

In automata theory, Chrobak is known for his contributions to the study of finite automata over a one-letter alphabet.[1] In particular, "Chrobak normal form" for nondeterministic finite automata is known.[2]

Chrobak obtained his PhD in Computer Science from Warsaw University in 1985.

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  1. ^ Chrobak, Marek (1986). "Finite Automata and Unary Languages". Theoretical Computer Science. 47 (3): 147–158. doi:10.1016/0304-3975(86)90142-8.
  2. ^ Gawrychowski, Pawel (2011). "Chrobak Normal Form Revisited, with Applications". Implementation and Application of Automata. CIAA 2011. Vol. 6807. Blois, France: Springer. pp. 142–153. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22256-6_14.

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