By David Eppstein (auth.), Otfried Cheong, Kyung-Yong Chwa, Kunsoo Park (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the twenty first foreign Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2010, held in Jeju, South Korea in December 2010. The seventy seven revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 182 submissions for inclusion within the booklet. This quantity comprises subject matters comparable to approximation set of rules; complexity; facts constitution and set of rules; combinatorial optimization; graph set of rules; computational geometry; graph coloring; mounted parameter tractability; optimization; on-line set of rules; and scheduling.

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We begin with the leftmost substring Pi0 whose histogram does not equal Histp . If a swap of its rightmost element with the leftmost element of Pi0 +1 adjusts its histogram to equal Histp , and proceed to substring Pi0 +1 . If such a swap does not ﬁx the histogram of Pi , then there is no period of length P for which dswap (S, SP ) < ∞. When the process completes, either there is no approximate period, or all substrings have the same histogram, Histp . In our example S = BACDEF ACBDEF BACDEF ACBEDF AB.

In our example, LocD and LocE are such a pair because LocD = LocE = {3, 4}. Since both locations in P are not set, the algorithm sets the characters in this locations according to majority criterion, to minimize the number of swap errors. In our example, P [3] = D, P [4] = E. Analysis. We are now ready to prove the correctness of the algorithm. We begin by justifying the assumption that all characters of the period are distinct, is valid. This is done in Lemma 4. For this purpose we give formal deﬁnitions to the appropriate problems in Deﬁnitions 10 and 11.

When we define the second potential, we use a fixed formula for potential of edges and 1-components (full components have potential 0 at this stage), and we define rules how to alter the potential of reference components. Later we can estimate the potential P (S) for a reference component S with some properties (see Lemmas 1 and 3 below). We start the redistribution by transferring some potential from edges to their reference components: suppose e ∈ Fref , e ⊂ S and S is a reference component. If d(e) = 1 we decrease the potential of e from 12 to 13 and we increase the potential of S by 16 .