# Algorithms – ESA 2006: 14th Annual European Symposium, by Erik D. Demaine (auth.), Yossi Azar, Thomas Erlebach (eds.)

By Erik D. Demaine (auth.), Yossi Azar, Thomas Erlebach (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the 14th Annual ecu Symposium on Algorithms, ESA 2006, held in Zurich, Switzerland, in September 2006, within the context of the mixed convention ALGO 2006.

The 70 revised complete papers provided including abstracts of three invited lectures have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 287 submissions. The papers deal with all present matters in algorithmics, attaining from layout and research problems with algorithms over to real-world functions and engineering of algorithms in a number of fields.

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Lemma 2. (The Main Lemma) If C is a set of disjoint curves containing no pairwise equivalent curves, then |C| = O(n3 ). Proof. Consider one curve c ∈ C. Begin from one endpoint of c and start erasing (or shrinking) the curve from that endpoint. This process can be viewed as moving the endpoint along the curve. We shrink the curve until the endpoint of the curve lies on a boundary point p of a region r such that r and c only intersect at p. We repeat the same process for the other endpoint of c and call the resulting curve c .

Since c1 does not have any corners in the special slabs, we can ﬁnd a grid cell (rectangle) such that c1 cuts through the cell vertically while s cuts through it horizontally. Since c1 and c2 are equivalent and c2 does not have any corners in the special slabs either, c2 must cut through the same cell vertically and must intersect s , and thus s. Next we add a rectangle vertex s to H, and add an edge to each vertex it intersects. We can decide whether a component intersects s in polylogarithmic time by querying an orthogonal intersection search structure [6].

As [CS-IP] represents an instance of the vertex cover problem, it follows from the work of Nemhauser & Trotter [17, 18] that [CS-LP] is half-integral, and that an optimal solution can be obtained via a single min-cut computation. Hence, the same holds for [CH-LP]. Theorem 3. [4, 5] Linear programs [CH-LP] and [CS-LP] are half-integral. In order to unify the IP and the LP versions of the conjectures, the following parameterized setting is considered throughout this paper. We introduce yet another version of [P] and [CH].