By Dorothea Wagner (auth.), Takao Asano, Shin-ichi Nakano, Yoshio Okamoto, Osamu Watanabe (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642255906

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This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the twenty second foreign Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2011, held in Yokohama, Japan in December 2011. The seventy six revised complete papers offered including invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 187 submissions for inclusion within the publication. This quantity comprises themes resembling approximation algorithms; computational geometry; computational biology; computational complexity; info buildings; dispensed platforms; graph algorithms; graph drawing and knowledge visualization; optimization; on-line and streaming algorithms; parallel and exterior reminiscence algorithms; parameterized algorithms; online game conception and web algorithms; randomized algorithms; and string algorithms.

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Another constraint considered in literature is a bound D on the length of a vehicle tour, under the objective of minimizing the number of routes. This is the Distance Constrained Vehicle Routing Problem (DVRP). It was raised and studied for applications in [7] and [8]. Routing problems like the DVRP can be directly encoded as instances of Minimum Set Cover, and thus often admit logarithmic approximations. The authors of [9] give a careful analysis of the set cover integer programming formulation of the DVRP and bound its integrality gap by O(log D) on general graphs and by O(1) on a tree.

Fd with the number of terminals of each Fi in [β, 3β), 1 ≤ i ≤ d. 3 An O(log n)-Approximation for the (k, 2)-Subgraph Problem In this section we prove Theorem 3. In fact (similar to the algorithm in [14]) our algorithm works for a slightly more general case in which along with the weighted graph G = (V, E) and integer k we are also given a set of terminals T ⊆ V and the goal is to ﬁnd a minimum cost 2-edge-connected subgraph that contains at least k terminals. Our algorithm will round an LP relaxation directly instead of iteratively ﬁnding good density partial solutions as done in [14].

First we provide the details of the steps of the algorithm. Suppose L is the kth smallest d2 (v, r) value. L. We can start with L as our guess for opt and if the algorithm fails to return a feasible solution of cost at most O(opt · log n) then we double our guess opt and run the algorithm again. R. R. Salavatipour Let (x∗ , y ∗ ) be an optimum feasible solution to LP-k2EC with value opt∗ . For Step 5 of K2EC we round y values of the LP following the schema in [3]. The proof of following lemma is very similar to Lemma 3.