By Sue Whitesides (auth.), Peter Eades, Tadao Takaoka (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540429859

ISBN-13: 9783540429852

ISBN-10: 3540456783

ISBN-13: 9783540456780

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twelfth foreign convention on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2001, held in Christchurch, New Zealand in December 2001.

The sixty two revised complete papers awarded including 3 invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 124 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on combinatorial new release and optimization, parallel and allotted algorithms, graph drawing and algorithms, computational geometry, computational complexity and cryptology, automata and formal languages, computational biology and string matching, and algorithms and information constructions.

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2. k) = yi +1 m-1 q + °() rr 1 . • 1= 1 ••••• n. k+l). k 1 ••••• n j • j 1 ••••• N. 2 for N and n 2. n 2. 2 Observe that the set I contains n elements. For each j in I actly one element is deleted from I(j). +l). In fact delete any one N one J excan Single element of I(j) yielding. in general. a different tri- angulation of S. Let 1° = UN exactly 1. 1 element of 1° be a subset of I J =1 J I(j). •• N. and let 11 be given by 11 = n 1\1°. Furthermore. h). ••• N. The Q(I 1 )-triangulation of S is now defined as follows.

6. • f (pI» 1 N n E: S j}, j p' E: S. is then a continuous function from S into S and therefore f has a fixed point p* in S. It is now easy to show that p is a stationary point in Swith respect to z. Clearly. a stationary point p* in S satisfies p*·z (p*) = max z (p*). for all j E: j j h j,h I . 6) = O. Again, the four problems on S are equivalent. 4. Labelling functions and accuracy The existence of solutions to the problems discussed in Section 3 can be proved constructively by using Sperner's lemma and generalizations of this lemma.

Introduced in Doup and Talman [1987a]. This triangulation of Sn will be generalized to S in the following section. We first define projection vectors p(K) of v on the subset Sn(K) = {p E snip! = 0, i ¢ K} of Sn, K C I , where v might be any point in Sn. Again, v will be the starting n+1 point of a simplicial algorithm. 1. Let K be a nonempty subset of I n+1 and let KO be the set given by KO = {i Sn(K) is given by E Klv i o For K =~ we define p(~) = O}, then the projection vector p(K) of v on , h ¢ K = v.

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