Carrie Grimes Bostock

Carrie Grimes Bostock graduated from Harvard with an A.B. in Anthropology/Archaeology in 1998, and an interest in quantitative methods for dealing with disparate data. She graduated from Stanford in 2003 with a PhD in Statistics after working with David Donoho on Nonlinear Dimensionality Reduction problems, and has been at Google since mid-2003. Dr. Grimes spent many years leading a research and technical team in Search at Google trying to figure out what criteria make a search engine index "good," "fast," and "comprehensive" - and how to achieve those goals. Currently, she is the Technical Lead for resource planning, pricing, and management data/software in Technical Infrastructure.

Google Publications

Previous Publications

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    Microscale Evolution of Web Pages

    Sean O'Brien, Carrie Grimes

    WWW 2008

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    Image Manifolds which are Isometric to Euclidean Space

    David L. Donoho, Carrie Grimes

    Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, vol. 23 (2005), pp. 5-24

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    On Image Manifolds which are Isometric to Euclidean Space

    David L. Donoho, Carrie Grimes

    Journal of Machine Imaging and Vision (2005)

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    Hessian Eigenmaps: New Locally Linear Embedding Techniques For High-Dimensional Data

    David L. Donoho, Carrie Grimes

    Proc. of National Academy of Sciences, vol. 100 (2003), pp. 5591-5596

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    New Methods in Nonlinear Dimensionality Reduction

    Carrie Grimes

    Ph.D. Thesis, Stanford University (2003)

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    When does geodesic distance recover the true hidden parametrization of families of articulated images?

    David L. Donoho, Carrie Grimes

    ESANN (2002), pp. 199-204