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This quantity constitutes the court cases of the foreign convention on Algorithmic points in details and administration, AAIM 2014, held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, in July 2014.

The 30 revised complete papers awarded including 2 invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from forty five submissions. the subjects conceal such a lot components in discrete algorithms and their applications.

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The seller sells sj product to buyer uj . until jk=1 sk ≤ jk=1 q (b 1+k−1) h,0 h Assume the adversary stops sending buyers after the arrival of buyer uj . j From Algorithm 2, the total revenue received is k=1 sk · ebh +k−1 , while the maximum offline revenue is ebh +j−1 . The following lemma estimates the total revenue received from Algorithm 2. Lemma 3. j k=1 sk bh +j−1 · ebh +k−1 = O( qh,0e (bh +j−1) ) Proof. From the adversary’s strategy, at any step j < j, j j sk > k=1 k=1 1 , qh,0 (bh + k − 1) and in the last step j, j j sk ≤ k=1 k=0 1 .

Here we give a dynamic programming algorithm that runs in O∗ (2k ) time. Let Y be the set of all nonempty substrings of Y . It is easy to see that |Y| = n+1 2 < n2 . Let S be a nonempty subset of P = {Xi }li=1 and xj be an element in S. We use EBC(S, xj ) to store strings satisfying the following properties: 1. Y is a string jointed by a permutation of S and xj is the last element in the permutation; and 2. , Y is a substring of Y ). When no string satisfies the condition, we simply let EBC(S, xj ) be an empty set.

5 If all blocks in B appear twice in S, then build the block graph GB for all blocks in B. 1 For each connected component H of GB , convert it into a bipartite graph H. 1 Check whether S contains two disjoint substrings of the same contents corresponding to each side of the vertices of H. If the answer is negative, return NO. Otherwise, delete these two substrings and store them in Q (with location information), delete the blocks corresponding to the vertices of H, update S and continue with another connected component of GB .

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