By Jin Akiyama, Midori Kobayashi, Gisaku Nakamura (auth.), Hiro Ito, Mikio Kano, Naoki Katoh, Yushi Uno (eds.)

This publication constitutes the completely refereed post-conference court cases of the Kyoto convention on Computational Geometry and Graph conception, KyotoCGGT 2007, held in Kyoto, Japan, in June 2007, in honor of Jin Akiyama and Vašek Chvátal, at the party in their sixtieth birthdays.

The 19 revised complete papers, offered including five invited papers, have been rigorously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development from greater than 60 talks on the convention. All features of Computational Geometry and Graph concept are lined, together with tilings, polygons, very unlikely items, coloring of graphs, Hamilton cycles, and components of graphs.

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Two nodes deﬁned by the oriented pairs (xi , xj ) and (xj , xk ) are connected by an edge if xi and xk are not visible in P ; in this case, the points xi , xj , and xk deﬁne a pyramid. For example, in Figure 1, the points x1 , x2 , and t deﬁne a pyramid. The algorithm requires O(n3 log m + nm) time and O(n3 + m) space. Our algorithm, called M OD − SSSP , resembles a single source shortest path algorithm and is executed on the pyramid graph of X (it requires the computation of the visibility graph of points within a simple polygon [2, 4]).

N − 2}. We get m ≤ (i + 1)n − i +3i+2 2 2 . It is For an integer i = 1, 2, . . , n − 2, let Mn (n − i) = (i + 1)n − i +3i+2 2 clear that Mn (n − i) is an integer. We can show that max(f ; n, m) = n − i if and only if Mn (n − i + 1) < m ≤ Mn (n − i) by constructing a graph G ∈ G(n, m) with Mn (n − i + 1) < m ≤ Mn (n − i) and f (G) = n − i as follows. Let G be a graph with V (G) = X ∪ Y where X = {v1 , v2 , . . , vn−i }, Y = {u1 , u2 , . . , ui } and E(G) = {vj vj+1 : 1 ≤ j ≤ n−i−1}∪{uv : u, v ∈ Y }∪{uj vk : 1 ≤ j ≤ i − 1, 1 ≤ k ≤ n − i} ∪ {ui vk : 1 ≤ k ≤ m − Mn (n − i + 1) + 1}.

Acknowledgment. The authors thank anonymous referees for their valuable comments, especially for simplifying the proof of the upper bound. References 1. : Graphes et hypergraphes, Monographies Universitaires de Math´ematiques, vol. 37. Dunod, Paris (1970) 2. : Graphs with prescribed degrees of vertices. Mat. Lapok 11, 264–274 (1960) 3. : On the realizability of a set of integers as degrees of the vertices of a graph. SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 10, 496–506 (1962) ˇ 4. : A remark on the existence of ﬁnite graphs.