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This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the seventh foreign Workshop on Algorithms and knowledge constructions, WADS 2001, held in windfall, RI, united states in August 2001. The forty revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 89 submissions. one of the issues addressed are multiobjective optimization, computational graph thought, approximation, optimization, combinatorics, scheduling, Varanoi diagrams, packings, multi-party computation, polygons, looking out, and so on.
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I=1 Lemma 2 ([Tal94]). ,z )∈D ∃f ∈ F, Ex∈D (f (x)) − 1 f (zi ) > ≤ 1/4, i=1 Lemma 3. ,z )∈D ∃f ∈ F, Ex∈D (f (x)) ≤ but f (zi ) > (1 + α) ≤ 1/4. i=1 We are not aware of a reference for Lemma 3. Its proof, whose rough outline follows those of related results (see [Pol84,Hau92,SAB93,AB99]), is omitted due to space contraints. 3 Covering Integer Programs In a covering integer program, for natural numbers n and m, column vectors m×n c ∈ Qn+ and b ∈ Qm , the goal is to choose x ∈ Zm + , and a matrix A ∈ Q+ + to minimize cT x subject to Ax ≥ b.
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