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By Akiyoshi Shioura (auth.), Camil Demetrescu, Magnús M. Halldórsson (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642237193

ISBN-13: 9783642237195

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the nineteenth Annual eu Symposium on Algorithms, ESA 2011, held in Saarbrücken, Germany, in September 2011 within the context of the mixed convention ALGO 2011.
The sixty seven revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 255 preliminary submissions: fifty five out of 209 in music layout and research and 12 out of forty six in music engineering and functions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on approximation algorithms, computational geometry, video game concept, graph algorithms, strong matchings and auctions, optimization, on-line algorithms, exponential-time algorithms, parameterized algorithms, scheduling, facts constructions, graphs and video games, disbursed computing and networking, strings and sorting, in addition to neighborhood seek and set systems.

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We also denote by Xe,T the event that the edge e is colored with color T . Lemma 1. During the execution of PivotBiCluster each pair ( , r) ∈ L × R is colored at most once, and each violated pair is colored exactly once. Proof. For the first part, we show that pairs are colored at most once. A pair ( , r) can only be colored during an 2 -sub-phases with respect to some 1 -phase, if = 2 . Clearly, this will only happen in one 1 -phase, as every time a pair is labeled either 2 or r are removed from the graph.

1 Introduction The analysis of large bipartite graphs is becoming of increased practical importance. g. movies, goods) and analyze its structure for the purpose of predicting future relations [2]. Other examples may include images vs. user generated tags and search engine queries vs. search results. Bipartite clustering is also studied in the context of gene expression data 1 Supported in part by the Yahoo! Faculty Research and Engagement Program. A previously claimed 4-approximation algorithm [1] is erroneous; due to space constraints, details of the counterexample are omitted from this version.

This will be referred to as the 1 -phase and 1 will be referred to as the left center of the cluster. In the second phase the algorithm iterates over all other remaining left nodes, 2 , and decides either to (1) append them to C, (2) turn them into singletons, or (3) do nothing. This will be denoted as the 2 -sub-phase corresponding to the 1 -phase. We now explain how to make this decision. let R1 = N ( 1 ) \ N ( 2 ), R2 = N ( 2 ) \ N ( 1 ) and R1,2 = N ( 1 ) ∩ N ( 2 ). |R | With probability min{ |R1,2 , 1} do one of two things: (1) If |R1,2 | ≥ |R1 | append 2| 2 to C, and otherwise (2) (if |R1,2 | < |R1 |), turn 2 into a singleton.

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