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By Tetsuo Asano (auth.), Seok-Hee Hong, Hiroshi Nagamochi, Takuro Fukunaga (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the nineteenth foreign Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2008, held in Gold Coast, Australia in December 2008.

The seventy eight revised complete papers including three invited talks awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 229 submissions for inclusion within the e-book. The papers are equipped in topical sections on approximation algorithms, on-line algorithms, information constitution and algorithms, online game thought, graph algorithms, fastened parameter tractability, allotted algorithms, database, approximation algorithms, computational biology, computational geometry, complexity, networks, optimization in addition to routing.

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We show in this section that both problems can be solved in polynomial time. The result for the minimum spanning tree reconfiguration problem can be obtained from the following more general proposition. Proposition 1. Given a weighted matroid M and two bases B0 and Bt of M, both of weight at most k, there always exists a sequence of |B0 \ Bt | exchanges that transforms one into the other without ever exceeding weight k. Proof sketch. 5]. For a weighted matroid M, we outline a proof for the case when B0 and Bt are both of maximum weight.

Moreover, assume that each router can establish a connection between itself and an arbitrary set of adjacent routers. Then routers of the same initial color could represent clients that want to be connected by the other routers to communicate with each other or to exchange data or commodities. More precisely, connecting clients of the same color means finding a connected subgraph of the network containing all the clients, where the subgraphs for clients of different colors should be disjoint. If we cannot establish a connection between all the clients, we want to give up connecting as few clients to the other clients of the same color as possible in the unweighted case (w(v) = 1 for all v ∈ V ) or to give up a set of clients with minimal total weight in the weighted case.

Tree decompositions and treewidth were introduced by Robertson and Seymour [12] and a survey for both is given by Bodlaender [4]. Definition 3. A tree decomposition of treewidth k for a graph G = (V, E) is a pair (T, B), where T = (VT , ET ) is a tree and B is a mapping that maps each 20 F. Kammer and T. Tholey node w of VT to a subset B(w) of V such that (1) w∈VT B(w) = V , (2) for each edge (u, v) ∈ E, there exists a node w ∈ VT such that {u, v} ⊆ B(w), (3) B(x) ∩ B(y) ⊆ B(w) for all w, x, y ∈ VT with w being a vertex on the path from x to y in T , (4) |B(w)| ≤ k + 1 for all w ∈ VT .

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