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Nimrod Megiddo, IBM Research - Almaden, presented the Naor Plenary Lecture at the Operations Research Society of Israel 2015 Conference. The title of his talk was "The State of the Art of the Theory of Linear Programming". The conference took place 10-11 May 2015 in Haifa, Israel.