By Mohammad Ali Abam, Paz Carmi, Mohammad Farshi (auth.), Frank Dehne, Marina Gavrilova, Jörg-Rüdiger Sack, Csaba D. Tóth (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eleventh Algorithms and knowledge constructions Symposium, WADS 2009, held in Banff, Canada, in August 2009.

The Algorithms and knowledge constructions Symposium - WADS (formerly "Workshop on Algorithms and knowledge Structures") is meant as a discussion board for researchers within the quarter of layout and research of algorithms and information buildings. The forty nine revised complete papers provided during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 126 submissions. The papers current unique learn on algorithms and knowledge constructions in all parts, together with bioinformatics, combinatorics, computational geometry, databases, snap shots, and parallel and dispensed computing.

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At least 2k ). For a column i ≤ l, we say that we insert a vertex w at depth d < 1 in column i if we introduce a new vertex w at distance d from vertex vi and distance 1 − d from vertex vi . We denote by E the set of all l columns. On the set E of columns, we deﬁne a construction B(E, β) called block which appropriately inserts vertices and edges in log(k/b) − 1 consecutive rounds2 ; here β is an integral parameter, with β ∈ [1, b]. The rounds are deﬁned inductively as follows: In round 1, l vertices w1,1 .

Pn ) of n ≥ 3 points in a no choice scenario. Similarly, denote by h1 (n) the minimum number of happy vertices obtained by applying the algorithm described above to a sequence P = (p1 , . . , pn ) of n ≥ 3 points in a 1st choice scenario. From the case analysis given above we deduce the following recursive bounds. a) h0 (n) = 0 and h1 (n) = 1, for n ≤ 4. b) h0 (n) ≥ min{2 + h0 (n − 3), 1 + h1 (n − 2)}. c) h1 (n) ≥ min{3 + h0 (n − 4), 2 + h0 (n − 2), 2 + h1 (n − 3)}. By induction on n we can show that h0 (n) ≥ (2n − 8)/3 and h1 (n) ≥ (2n − 7)/3 .

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