By Tetsuo Asano (auth.), Seok-Hee Hong, Hiroshi Nagamochi, Takuro Fukunaga (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the nineteenth foreign Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2008, held in Gold Coast, Australia in December 2008.

The seventy eight revised complete papers including three invited talks offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 229 submissions for inclusion within the publication. The papers are equipped in topical sections on approximation algorithms, on-line algorithms, info constitution and algorithms, online game conception, graph algorithms, fastened parameter tractability, dispensed algorithms, database, approximation algorithms, computational biology, computational geometry, complexity, networks, optimization in addition to routing.

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Harvey2 , Christos H. jp Abstract. Reconﬁguration problems arise when we wish to ﬁnd a stepby-step transformation between two feasible solutions of a problem such that all intermediate results are also feasible. We demonstrate that a host of reconﬁguration problems derived from NP-complete problems are PSPACE-complete, while some are also NP-hard to approximate. In contrast, several reconﬁguration versions of problems in P are solvable in polynomial time. 1(a) (both solid and dotted edges). It models a situation in which power stations with ﬁxed capacity (the square vertices) provide power to customers with ﬁxed demand (the round vertices).

Theorem 5. On graphs of bounded treewidth the MBRP is solvable in polynomial time. More complicated modiﬁcations are necessary for the MRRP. g. that, for each color c, there are either no or at least two vertices colored with c by C. The main idea of our algorithm is the following: For improving the running time at a node v of T we only want to consider recolorings C of G(v) such that for each color c ∈ C(G) the following condition (D,c) holds. The correctness of this step will be discussed later.

This can be modeled by the MRRP, where a client that cannot be connected to the other clients of the same color may only be uncolored. Finally, we consider a variant of the MCRP where we search for a convex recoloring, but assign costs to each color c. We have to pay the cost for color c if at least one vertex of color c is recolored. We call this coloring problem the minimum block recoloring problem or MBRP. In an unweighted version we assign cost 1 to each color. The MBRP is useful if in an application it is not useful to connect only a proper subset of clients that want to be connected.