Combinatorics and Computer Science: 8th Franco-Japanese and 4th Franco-Chinese Conference, Brest, France, July 3 - 5, 1995 Selected Papers / Edition 1

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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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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540615767
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 8/7/1996
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series, #1120
  • Edition description: 1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 424
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Table of 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 shastic 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 prools.- Task assignment in distributed systems using network flow methods.- Distributed rerouting in DCS mesh networks.

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