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By Bernard Chazelle (auth.), Kyung-Yong Chwa, Oscar H. Ibarra (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the ninth overseas Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC'98, held in Taejon, Korea, in December 1998.
The forty seven revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 102 submissions. The publication is split in topical sections on computational geometry, complexity, graph drawing, on-line algorithms and scheduling, CAD/CAM and photos, graph algorithms, randomized algorithms, combinatorial difficulties, computational biology, approximation algorithms, and parallel and dispensed algorithms.

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From Theorem 1, at least one intersection of vertical and horizontal valleys of source points in S is a median point. Every valley of source points lies on a cut of source points and obstacles. Furthermore the median set of S is a union of vertices, edges of valley-subregions of VP(S), or all points in some valleysubregions of VP(S). Thus the complexity of VP(S) is at most the complexity of the partition of free space by cuts of obstacles and source points. Since the number of cuts is O(n + m), the upper bound of the worst-case complexity of the median set is O((n + m)2 ).

The Voronoi diagram of {s, t} can be constructed by techniques similar to those used by Mitchell et al. [5] for the computation of the shortest path map of a single site. By adapting their analysis to the case with two sites, one can show that on each triangle of the polyhedron, β(s, t) consists of O(n) elementary arcs (straight-line segments and hyperbolic arcs). Summing this over all the triangles gives O(n2 ). See the paper by Mount [6]. Since the edges of the closest- and furthest-site Voronoi diagram lie on the bisectors of two sites in S, each edge also consists of O(n2 ) straight-line segments and hyperbolic arcs.

For a sub-cut C, let Sv (C), Sr (C) be a set of source points that generate valleys, ridges partially overlapping C, respectively. C is called a valley, ridge, null sub-cut of S if W (C) = s∈Sv (C) w(s)− s∈Sr (C) w(s) is positive, negative, zero, respectively. 1 The Location of Median Set By valleys of all source points in S and edges of obstacles, FP(B) is partitioned into subregions. We call the partition the valley-partition, VP(S), and call each subregion a valley-subregion. For a valley-subregion of VP(S), there may be holes caused by a presence of obstacles which are called void obstacles.

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