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By Zsuzsanna Lipták, William F. Smyth

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop complaints for the 26 overseas Workshop on combinatorial Algorithms, IWOCA 2015, held in Verona, Italy, in October 2015.

The 29 revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of ninety submissions. the themes of the papers contain algorithms and knowledge buildings (including sequential, parallel, disbursed, approximation, probabilistic, randomised, and online algorithms), algorithms on strings and graphs; functions (bioinformatics, song research, networking, and others); combinatorics on phrases; combinatorial enumeration; combinatorial optimization; complexity conception; computational biology; compression and data retrieval; cryptography and data safeguard; decompositions and combinatorial designs; discrete and computational geometry; graph drawing and labeling; graph theory.

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3 Minimum Activation Cost k Edge-Disjoint st-Paths Given are an activation network G = (V, E) and a pair of source and destination vertices s, t ∈ V . In this section, we consider the st-MAEDP problem where the goal is to find activation values {xv : v ∈ V } of minimum total cost v∈V xv such that the activated set of edges contains k edge-disjoint stpaths P st = P1 , . . , Pk . We present a polynomial-time algorithm that solves the st-MAEDP problem optimally in the case of graphs of bounded tree-width using dynamic programming techniques.

The induction hypothesis holds for Xj . Let (γj , Λj ) be the corresponding active count and activation function that have been used for the calculation of val(γi , Λi ). Then (γj , Λj ) corresponds to an edge-coloring and activation-values P j that satisfies the above properties. From the algorithm, (γi , Λi ) and (γj , Λj ) both agree on the activation values for all vertices in Xi \{v}. Moreover, the additional vertex v is an isolated vertex in the induced graph G+ i and the one vertex set {v} is in A for all A ∈ Pst (Xi ) such that γi (A) ≥ 1.

A graph G = (V, E) has treewidth tw if it has a tree-decomposition of width tw [9]. The tree-decomposition concept is defined as follows. Definition 1. Given a graph G = (V, E), a tree T = (I, F ) and a family X = {Xi }i∈I of subsets of V (called bags). The pair (X , T ) is called a treedecomposition of G if it satisfies the following conditions: – V = i∈I Xi . – For every edge (v, w) ∈ E, there exists an i ∈ I with v ∈ Xi and w ∈ Xi . – For every vertex v ∈ V , the nodes i ∈ I with v ∈ Xi form a subtree of T .

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