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By Piotr Berman, Arnab Bhattacharyya, Konstantin Makarychev, Sofya Raskhodnikova (auth.), Luca Aceto, Monika Henzinger, Jiří Sgall (eds.)

The two-volume set LNCS 6755 and LNCS 6756 constitutes the refereed complaints of the thirty eighth overseas Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming, ICALP 2011, held in Zürich, Switzerland, in July 2011. The 114 revised complete papers (68 papers for song A, 29 for music B, and 17 for tune C) provided including four invited talks, three most sensible scholar papers, and three most sensible papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 398 submissions. The papers are grouped in 3 significant tracks on algorithms, complexity and video games; on common sense, semantics, automata, and concept of programming; in addition to on foundations of networked computation: versions, algorithms and knowledge management.

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The probability that there exists an edge (s, t) and a minimal ∗ s,t antispanner C for it such that \ E is at most e∈C xe ≥ 1, but C ⊂ E 1√ − 2 n ln n |E| · e . Proof. First, we bound the total number of minimal antispanners for thin edges. 1. If (s, t) is a thin edge, then there√are at most (n/β)n/β minimal√ antispanners for (s, t). In particular, if β = n, then there are at most √ n n minimal antispanners. Proof. Fix a thin edge (s, t) and consider an arbitrary minimal antispanner C for (s, t).

Comput. 18(4), 740–747 (1989) 25. : A trade-off between space and efficiency for routing tables. JACM 36(3), 510–530 (1989) 26. : Transitive-closure spanners: a survey. In: Goldreich, O. ) Property Testing. LNCS, vol. 6390, pp. 167–196. Springer, Heidelberg (2010) 27. : Roundtrip spanners and roundtrip routing in directed graphs. ACM Transactions on Algorithms 4(3) (2008) 28. : Compact routing schemes. In: SPAA, pp. 1–10. ACM, New York (2001) 29. : Approximate distance oracles. ca Abstract. The minimum-cost subset k-connected subgraph problem is a cornerstone problem in the area of network design with vertex connectivity requirements.

The full version containing all proofs is available in [15]. 3 An Approximation Algorithm Our main result in Theorem 2 breaks up into three cases where there are a small number, a moderate number and a large number of terminals, respectively. When there are a small number of terminals (|T | < 2k), we apply the following trivial O(|T |2 )-approximation algorithm. We find k openly disjoint paths of minimum cost between every pair of terminals, by applying a minimum-cost flow algorithm. Let opt denote the cost of the optimal solution to the subset k-connectivity problem.

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