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

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This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twenty second overseas Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2011, held in Yokohama, Japan in December 2011. The seventy six revised complete papers awarded including invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 187 submissions for inclusion within the e-book. This quantity includes subject matters resembling approximation algorithms; computational geometry; computational biology; computational complexity; information buildings; allotted structures; graph algorithms; graph drawing and data visualization; optimization; on-line and streaming algorithms; parallel and exterior reminiscence algorithms; parameterized algorithms; online game concept and net algorithms; randomized algorithms; and string algorithms.

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Examples include route planning of traveling repairmen who serve customers located at diﬀerent places [1], processing of big or heavy parts distributed at various locations, scheduling of robots that provide daily maintenance operations on immovable machines scattered over a workshop [6], and so on. Note that the routing-scheduling problem can also be seen as the corresponding scheduling problem with sequence-dependent setup times between the jobs [2, 3], although it is more natural to consider the problem from a point view of network.

Note that at every anchor requires a bus by Proposition 2. We traverse the tree The School Bus Problem on Trees 19 now bottom up from the anchors and inductively compute at each anchor or junction point a lower bound on the number of buses. We distinguish two cases at a node j that is either an anchor or a junction point: Case 1: There is no unmatched ticket placed at j. If j is an anchor, Proposition 2 applies. Otherwise, since all tickets at j are matched, we can focus on the lower bounds at the two successor junction points j1 , j2 below j.

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. Lemma 7. There is a feasible solution (x , y ) to LP-K2EC of cost at most 4opt∗ such that all nonzero entries of y belong to {2−i |0 ≤ i ≤ 3 log(n) }. Let Ti be the set of terminals with yt = 2−i and ki = |Ti |, for 0 ≤ i ≤ 3 log n . 3 log n Note that 2−i · ki ≥ k. Consider an instance of classical survivable i=0 network design problem over terminals in Ti ∪ {r} with connectivity requirement 2 from every node in Ti to root.

### Algorithms and Computation: 22nd International Symposium, ISAAC 2011, Yokohama, Japan, December 5-8, 2011. Proceedings by Dorothea Wagner (auth.), Takao Asano, Shin-ichi Nakano, Yoshio Okamoto, Osamu Watanabe (eds.)

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