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StripL (p, R) = {q ∈ DL (p)|y(q) > y(Hp )} for p ∈ R. LeftL (p, R), p ∈ R, is defined to be the largest lS (q) over all q ∈ StripL (p, R) if StripL (p, R) is nonempty, and −∞ otherwise. Observe that for each p ∈ R M(DS (p)) is the concatenation of M(DR (p)) and StripL (p, R). Assume that the points in S = {p1 , p2 , . . , pn } have been sorted as x(p1 ) < x(p2 ) < · · · < x(pn ). We shall present a divide-and-conquer algorithm that can be called with R = S and Left∅ (p, S) = −∞ for all p ∈ S to compute lS (p) for all p ∈ S.

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