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By Veli Mäkinen, Simon J. Puglisi, Leena Salmela

This e-book constitutes the complaints of the twenty seventh foreign Workshop on Combinatorial Algorithms, IWOCA 2016, held in Helsinki, Finland, in August 2016.
The 35 papers awarded during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 87 submissions. They have been prepared in topical classes named: computational complexity; computational geometry; networks; enumeration; on-line algorithms; algorithmic graph concept; dynamic programming; combinatorial algorithms; graph algorithms; combinatorics; and probabilistics.

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Is dimension, and the support of both C1 and C2 is homeomorphic to a ball of the corresponding dimension. We prove the following. Theorem 1. ) is extended over R linearly to edges. We remark that the “only if” part of the theorem is easy, and thus, it is the “if” part that is interesting. Instead of proving Theorem 1 we prove its equivalent reformulation, Theorem 3 (stated only for trees due to space limitations), that is less conceptual, but more convenient to work with. Theorem 3 allows us to employ the PQ-tree data structure to show the following result.

Universal vertices xi,t , xi,f for each universally quantified variable xi should be distinguishable only by the same vertices as in the previous section. Therefore they are both associated with the same two nodes. Online Chromatic Number is PSPACE-Complete 23 Let N be the number of vertices in G1 . We create N nodes, denoted by A1 , . . , AN , one for each vertex in G1 . For any two distinct nodes Ai and Aj (i = j), there is an edge between each vertex in Ai and each vertex in Aj . Therefore, no color can be used in two nodes.

AN , one for each vertex in G1 . For any two distinct nodes Ai and Aj (i = j), there is an edge between each vertex in Ai and each vertex in Aj . Therefore, no color can be used in two nodes. We have noted above that each node is associated with a vertex; we now make the connection precise. Let v1 , . . , vN be the vertices in G1 (in an arbitrary order). Then we say that Ai identifies the vertex vi . Moreover, if vi is a vertex xk,t or xk,f for a universally quantified variable xk and vj is the other vertex, then Aj also identifies vi and Ai also identifies vj .

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