Combinatorics and Computer Science [electronic resource] : 8th Franco-Japanese and 4th Franco-Chinese Conference Brest, France, July 3–5, 1995 Selected Papers / edited by Michel Deza, Reinhardt Euler, Ioannis Manoussakis.

By: Deza, Michel [editor.]Contributor(s): Euler, Reinhardt [editor.] | Manoussakis, Ioannis [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1120Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1996Description: X, 426 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540706274Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Numerical analysis | Combinatorics | Computer Science | Computer Communication Networks | Combinatorics | Numerical Analysis | Programming Techniques | Computation by Abstract DevicesAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 004.6 LOC classification: TK5105.5-5105.9Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Equitable and m-bounded coloring of split graphs -- Four coloring for a subset of maximal planar graphs with minimum degree five -- Enumeration algorithm for the edge coloring problem on bipartite graphs -- On-line recognition of interval graphs in O(m+nlog n) time -- Connected proper interval graphs and the guard problem in spiral polygons -- Weighted connected domination and Steiner trees in distance-hereditary graphs -- On central spanning trees of a graph -- Complete bipartite decompositions of crowns, with applications to complete directed graphs -- Finding an antidirected Hamiltonian path starting with a forward arc from a given vertex of a tournament -- Complementary ?1-graphs and related combinatorial structures -- Double description method revisited -- On skeletons, diameters and volumes of metric polyhedra -- Improving branch and bound for Jobshop scheduling with constraint propagation -- A new efficiently solvable special case of the three-dimensional axial bottleneck assignment problem -- Ramsey numbers by stochastic algorithms with new heuristics -- On the hybrid neural network model for solving optimization problems -- Constructive — non-constructive approximation and maximum independent set problem -- Weakly greedy algorithm and pair-delta-matroids -- On integer multiflows and metric packings in matroids -- Optimum alphabetic binary trees -- Block codes for dyadic phase shift keying -- Zigzag codes and z-free hulls -- Contiguity orders -- Worst-case analysis for on-line data compression -- Gossiping in cayley graphs by packets -- On embedding 2-dimensional toroidal grids into de Bruijn graphs with clocked congestion one -- N-cube string matching algorithm with long texts -- Combinatorics for multiprocessor scheduling optimization and other contexts in computer architecture -- Some applications of combinatorial optimization in parallel computing -- On the parallel complexity of the alternating Hamiltonian cycle problem -- Threshold graphs and synchronization protocols -- Task assignment in distributed systems using network flow methods -- Distributed rerouting in DCS mesh networks.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book presents a collection of 33 strictly refereed full papers on combinatorics and computer science; these papers have been selected from the 54 papers accepted for presentation at the joint 8th Franco-Japanese and 4th Franco-Chinese Conference on Combinatorics in Computer Science, CCS '96, held in Brest, France in July 1995. The papers included in the book have been contributed by authors from 10 countries; they are organized in sections entitled graph theory, combinatorial optimization, selected topics, and parallel and distributed computing.
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Equitable and m-bounded coloring of split graphs -- Four coloring for a subset of maximal planar graphs with minimum degree five -- Enumeration algorithm for the edge coloring problem on bipartite graphs -- On-line recognition of interval graphs in O(m+nlog n) time -- Connected proper interval graphs and the guard problem in spiral polygons -- Weighted connected domination and Steiner trees in distance-hereditary graphs -- On central spanning trees of a graph -- Complete bipartite decompositions of crowns, with applications to complete directed graphs -- Finding an antidirected Hamiltonian path starting with a forward arc from a given vertex of a tournament -- Complementary ?1-graphs and related combinatorial structures -- Double description method revisited -- On skeletons, diameters and volumes of metric polyhedra -- Improving branch and bound for Jobshop scheduling with constraint propagation -- A new efficiently solvable special case of the three-dimensional axial bottleneck assignment problem -- Ramsey numbers by stochastic algorithms with new heuristics -- On the hybrid neural network model for solving optimization problems -- Constructive — non-constructive approximation and maximum independent set problem -- Weakly greedy algorithm and pair-delta-matroids -- On integer multiflows and metric packings in matroids -- Optimum alphabetic binary trees -- Block codes for dyadic phase shift keying -- Zigzag codes and z-free hulls -- Contiguity orders -- Worst-case analysis for on-line data compression -- Gossiping in cayley graphs by packets -- On embedding 2-dimensional toroidal grids into de Bruijn graphs with clocked congestion one -- N-cube string matching algorithm with long texts -- Combinatorics for multiprocessor scheduling optimization and other contexts in computer architecture -- Some applications of combinatorial optimization in parallel computing -- On the parallel complexity of the alternating Hamiltonian cycle problem -- Threshold graphs and synchronization protocols -- Task assignment in distributed systems using network flow methods -- Distributed rerouting in DCS mesh networks.

This book presents a collection of 33 strictly refereed full papers on combinatorics and computer science; these papers have been selected from the 54 papers accepted for presentation at the joint 8th Franco-Japanese and 4th Franco-Chinese Conference on Combinatorics in Computer Science, CCS '96, held in Brest, France in July 1995. The papers included in the book have been contributed by authors from 10 countries; they are organized in sections entitled graph theory, combinatorial optimization, selected topics, and parallel and distributed computing.

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