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By Mahmuda Ahmed, Iffat Chowdhury, Matt Gibson (auth.), Frank Dehne, Roberto Solis-Oba, Jörg-Rüdiger Sack (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the thirteenth Algorithms and information buildings Symposium, WADS 2013, held in London, ON, Canada, August 2013. The Algorithms and information buildings Symposium - WADS (formerly "Workshop on Algorithms and information Structures") is meant as a discussion board for researchers within the zone of layout and research of algorithms and information buildings. The forty four revised complete papers provided during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 139 submissions. The papers current unique examine on algorithms and knowledge constructions in all components, together with bioinformatics, combinatorics, computational geometry, databases, pictures, and parallel and disbursed computing.

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30 S. Alamdari et al. The approach uses a linear programming relaxation and is relatively standard in the literature; in particular it resembles the classic work of Karmarkar and Karp concerning the bin-packing problem [12]. The linear program we solve is similar to the one used to obtain fractional strip packings in [13], though our full algorithm requires different searching and rounding routines since the variables in our linear program must correspond to vertical configurations rather than horizontal ones.

Observe that (with hn+1 := 0) the empty space below height H has area at most ni=1 (hi − hi+1 ) · W . To see this, partition the empty space into rectangles by cutting it horizontally, and assign each empty rectangle to the rectangle ri that has a slice below it in the same shelf. Therefore, the empty space is at most h1 · W = hmax · W , which proves that the Shelf algorithm achieves height at most HOPT + hmax . 3 Approximation Schemes In this section, we sketch the FPTAS for 2SP-S and 2SP-SSC.

Similarly, define the other three γve,12 , H1 H1 H1 γve,21 , and γve,22 . Fig. 2(b) shows a H1 event in the set γve,21 . Curves of H2 events. Any H2 event τ = (λ1 , λ2 ) is associated with a line commonly tangent to the three polygons P0 , P1 (λ1 ), and P2 (λ2 ). We assume that is always directed so that P0 , together with the other two, lies on its left side. We have again four cases as we have for H1 event curves; either P1 (λ1 ) (or P2 (λ2 )) is ahead of P0 along or is behind P0 . We divide the set of H2 events into four subsets as we did for H1 events and denote them by H2 H2 H2 H2 , γ12 , γ21 , and γ22 , respectively.

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