By Bernard Chazelle (auth.), Kyung-Yong Chwa, Oscar H. Ibarra (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the ninth foreign Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC'98, held in Taejon, Korea, in December 1998.
The forty seven revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 102 submissions. The e-book is split in topical sections on computational geometry, complexity, graph drawing, on-line algorithms and scheduling, CAD/CAM and photographs, graph algorithms, randomized algorithms, combinatorial difficulties, computational biology, approximation algorithms, and parallel and disbursed algorithms.
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For 1 ≤ i ≤ k + 1, let bi−1 be the point where the bisector β(si−1 , si ) meets the upper semi-circle of C1 . Note that any point on the arc of the upper semi-circle C1 between bi−1 and bi is further away from si than from any other site in S1 . Let γi denote the cone originating at site si that is bounded by the rays ray(si , bi−1 ) and ray(si , bi ). The portion of the cone γi that lies outside C1 is further away from si than from any other site in S1 . Figure 1 shows just the cones γ2 , γ3 and γ4 .
Israeli Binational Science Foundation. A. was visiting Utrecht University. -Y. Chwa and O. H. ): ISAAC’98, LNCS 1533, pp. 19–29, 1998. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1998 20 Boris Aronov et al. distance to a site. We assume throughout that m ≤ n. To avoid complications involving the boundary of the terrain, we extend the terrain to (the surface of) a polyhedron. We allow only polyhedra homeomorphic to a ball, so that their surfaces are homeomorphic to a sphere. We assume that all faces of the polyhedron have been triangulated.