By Qianping Gu, Pavol Hell, Boting Yang

ISBN-10: 3319079557

ISBN-13: 9783319079554

ISBN-10: 3319079565

ISBN-13: 9783319079561

This quantity constitutes the court cases of the overseas convention on Algorithmic elements in info and administration, AAIM 2014, held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, in July 2014.

The 30 revised complete papers offered including 2 invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty five submissions. the themes disguise so much parts in discrete algorithms and their applications.

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We present the general algorithm as follows: Algorithm EBC-2(B,S) Input: Two strings X,Y such that each symbol appears the same number of times, and, at most twice in each string; and a partition B of X. Initially S = {Y }. Output: A partition Q of S which is common to B (if exists) 1 If B = S = ∅, return YES. 2 Compute the occurrence of each block of B in a string in S. 3 If the number of occurrence for some Bi ∈ B is 0, return NO. 2 Put Bi in Q, together with its location on Y . 3 Let Y = S1 · Bi · S2 .

Proof. First, the correctness is obviously based on Propositions 1 and 2 and the proof of Theorem 1. Next, we prove the time complexity. The time complexity of BSAk depends on two parts, the time complexity solving the certain |k| 2 -sink location problem and the iterations of algorithm BSAk , where [x] means the smallest integer larger than x. It is obviously that the iterations of algorithm BSAk are no more than log n. Suppose the time complexity solving the certain |k| 2 -sink problem is equal to T ( |k| 2 T ([|k|]) = T ( ), then the time complexity of BSAk is deﬁned as |k| |k| ) log n = T ( ) log2 n = .

15) That is, if let voptb (s) be the optimal b-partition-boundary point, then voptb (s) = arg min{Θbv (P T k , s)}. (16) v∈V Then, similar to the Propositions 1 and 2 in [1] for the certain 1-sink location problem, we correspondingly have the following two propositions for the certain k-sink location problem. Proposition 1. Under a scenario s ∈ S, voptb (s) is unique. Proposition 2. Under a scenario s ∈ S, l l (i) for any vertex l at the left of voptb (s), ΘL (P T b , s) < ΘR (P T k−b , s) holds; r r (P T k−b , s) holds.

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