By Sumit Ganguly, Ramesh Krishnamurti
This booklet collects the refereed lawsuits of the 1st overseas convention onon Algorithms and Discrete utilized arithmetic, CALDAM 2015, held in Kanpur, India, in February 2015. the amount includes 26 complete revised papers from fifty eight submissions besides 2 invited talks provided on the convention. The workshop lined a various variety of issues on algorithms and discrete arithmetic, together with computational geometry, algorithms together with approximation algorithms, graph concept and computational complexity.
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Broadcast Algorithm Scycle : INPUT: A k-cycle graph Gk where l1 ≥ l2 ≥ ... ≥ lk ≥ 2 and any originator x. OUTPUT: Broadcast time bScycle (x) and scheme of Gk . BROADCAST-SCHEME-Scycle (Gk , l1 ≥ l2 ≥ ... ≥ lk ≥ 2, x) 1. when x = u, u broadcasts along C1 at time unit 1. 2. when x = w, w ﬁrst informs along the shorter path towards u. 1 u is informed at time d. 2 u informs the cycle with maximum number of uninformed vertices at time d + 1. 3. 1 X0 : It consists of the cycles where there are no informed vertices.
Now, we are going to consider two cases: a) k < lk : This ensures that all the cycles receive the message twice from u. , k + k − 1 + lk −1−(k−1) 2 } = k+ lk +k−2 2 ≤ lk +3k−1 2 b) k ≥ lk : By time k, u has informed at least one vertex in each cycle and each cycle has at most lk − 1 uninformed vertices at time unit k. As a result, it will take at most another lk − 1 time units to inform all the vertices in Gk . Thus, = lk +3k−1 as k > lk . bS (u) ≤ k + lk − 1 = k + 2lk2−2 < k + 2lk2−1 < k + lk +k−1 2 2 lk +3k−1 Thus, for both cases, we get bS (u) ≤ .
3 6 6−δ < 6+5δ 6−δ < Existence of Bounded δ-ηρ-Spine In the next lemma we show that there exists a δ-ηρ-spine Y of T whose |ext(Y )| is bounded by a function of δ. Lemma 3. Given 0 < δ ≤ 1 2 and a spanning tree T of G, there exists a δ-ηρ- spine Y of T satisfying |ext(Y )| ≤ 3 6 2 δ − 11 6 δ +1 . Proof. Consider a minimal δ-ρ-separator Sρ of T and a minimal δ-η-separator Sη of T . If Sρ and Sη have at least one node in common, then deﬁne S = Sρ ∪Sη and obviously S is a δ-ηρ-separator. If Sρ and Sη have no nodes in common, then since both are trees, Sη must be included in a component of T − Sρ .
Algorithms and Discrete Applied Mathematics: First International Conference, CALDAM 2015, Kanpur, India, February 8-10, 2015. Proceedings by Sumit Ganguly, Ramesh Krishnamurti