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

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We divide the strip into two parts, where the left side has width w1 + · · · + wj . Define α to be (w1 + · · · + wj )/W , so the left side has width αW and the right side has width (1 − α)W . Note that we may have α = 0 or α = 1, but α ≤ 1 since in any optimal packing no two floor rectangles may overlap vertically by t > HOPT /2. Step 2. We split each rectangle into left and right pieces, subject to the constraint that the width of the left (resp. right) piece is at most αW (resp. (1 − α)W ). Either piece is allowed to be empty.

Let A0L and A0R be the total area of all left (resp. right) pieces after this initialization. We now shift rectangles so that AR (the area of the current right pieces) equals (1 − α)HOPT W , if possible, and do this using a greedy procedure: – If A0R ≤ (1 − α)HOPT W , then stop. – Otherwise, for each non-floor rectangle from minimum to maximum height while AR > (1 − α)HOPT W , decrease AR by shifting the rectangle leftward either completely or until AR = (1 − α)HOPT W . Observe that except for one critical rectangle, which we denote by rx , all rectangles are either shifted completely leftward or completely rightward.

We thus perform the following procedure. (See Fig. ) We compute the value δv e for all (v , e ) ∈ H12 and store them into a sorted array Δ with corresponding label (v , e ). Then, we walk along γ cell by cell to find all occurrences such that dγ (λ1 ) = δ for some δ ∈ Δ. -K. Ahn et al. all crossings between γ and all other H1 event curves in ΓF . To compute Δ, initially make P1 and P2 touch each other, keeping a common tangent going through v and e, and consider the other common tangent line . If we move P2 in the direction parallel to e and away from P1 , then the tangent line will rotate monotonously in one direction.

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