Bernard Chazelle (auth.), Kyung-Yong Chwa, Oscar H. Ibarra's Algorithms and Computation: 9th International Symposium, PDF
By Bernard Chazelle (auth.), Kyung-Yong Chwa, Oscar H. Ibarra (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the ninth overseas Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC'98, held in Taejon, Korea, in December 1998.
The forty seven revised complete papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 102 submissions. The e-book is split in topical sections on computational geometry, complexity, graph drawing, on-line algorithms and scheduling, CAD/CAM and images, graph algorithms, randomized algorithms, combinatorial difficulties, computational biology, approximation algorithms, and parallel and disbursed algorithms.
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Extra info for Algorithms and Computation: 9th International Symposium, ISAAC’98 Taejon, Korea, December 14–16, 1998 Proceedings
The median problem is to ﬁnd a point minimizing the following objective function w(s)d(s, t), D(t) = (1) s∈S and the center problem is to ﬁnd a point minimizing E(t) = max w(s)d(s, t), s∈S (2) where d(s, t) is the length of an obstacle-avoiding shortest path between two points s and t. A point t minimizing objective function (1), (2) is called a median, center point of S with respect to B, respectively. The set of all median points is called the median set of S and the set of all center points the center set of S.
Valley (ridge) points of s makes a line-segment which is called a valley (ridge) of s, respectively. See Figure 2. Now we brieﬂy explain how to compute ridges and valleys in the (+Y )pyramid relative to s. We sweep a horizontal line L in (+Y )-direction from s stopping when L overlaps horizontal edges of obstacles in the (+Y )-pyramid. We keep a set of valley and ridge points on L. A binary search tree is used to maintain a sequence of the points from left to right on L. The set of data is updated at each stop position of L which is each edge of obstacles.
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Algorithms and Computation: 9th International Symposium, ISAAC’98 Taejon, Korea, December 14–16, 1998 Proceedings by Bernard Chazelle (auth.), Kyung-Yong Chwa, Oscar H. Ibarra (eds.)