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[Tang, Chuan Yi] (RC-NTHU-CS; Hsinchu) An optimal algorithm for solving the searchlight guarding problem on weighted two-terminal series-parallel graphs. ... In this paper, an algo- 68Q Theory of computing 99k:68088 rithm is designed to solve the problem on weighted two-terminal series-parallel graphs. ...
But it is linear- time-solvable on weighted trees, weighted interval graphs, and weighted two-terminal series-parallel graphs. ... In this paper, the searchlight guarding problem is first proved to be NP-hard on weighted split graphs. Next, a linear time optimal algorithm to solve the problem on weighted cographs is designed. ...
(with Tang, Chuan Yi) An optimal algorithm for solving the searchlight guarding problem on weighted interval graphs. ... ., 971:68091 Zelikovsky, Alexander A series of approximation algorithms for the acyclic directed Steiner tree problem. ...
(with Tang, Chuan Yi) An optimal algorithm for solving the searchlight guarding problem on weighted two-terminal series-parallel graphs. ... A simple parallel algorithm for the single- source shortest path problem on planar digraphs. ...
(with Tang, Chuan Yi) An optimal algorithm for solving the searchlight guarding problem on weighted two-terminal series-parallel graphs. (English summary) 99k:68085 Young, Neal E. ... On the algorithmic complexity of two problems relating to distribution of intervals. (Russian. ...
(with Tang, Chuan Yi) An optimal algorithm for solving the searchlight guarding problem on weighted two-terminal series-parallel graphs. (English summary) Acta Inform. 36 (1999), no. 2, 143-172. ... (with Liu, Tsong-Zen) An inverse dynamics-based dynamic programming method for optimal control problems of linear systems. (English summary) Optimal Control Appl. ...
Based on realistic hardware characteristics, we design and optimize Panda, a centralized probabilistic protocol for maximizing the neighbor discovery rate between energy harvesting nodes under a power ... We further explore this problem and consider a general throughput maximization problem among a set of heterogeneous energy-constrained ultra-low-power nodes. ... We formulated optimization problems to obtain the maximum FD TxBF and RxBF gains and developed an iterative algorithm to efficiently solve the optimization problems. ...doi:10.7916/d8-9r7e-0740 fatcat:f6x4p6ba6rd2vn6ptlelhhgm6y
If I take the central arguments from your book and completely reword them, or if I present a series of facts you uncovered as an historian and include them in my own book without attribution, you may accuse ... Beyond the scholarly literature, two websites allow you to experiment with these issues online. ... One person works for love of the species, another in the hope of a better job, a third for the joy of solving puzzles, and a fourth because he has to solve a particular problem anyway for his own job and ...doi:10.5860/choice.46-6473 fatcat:xnktaofvfvb3fhdngfjgq2ph74
However, limited information is available on their use for suppressing pathogens (Rhizoctonia, Pythium, Fusarium, Thieloviopsis, Pratylenchus, and Meloidogyne) of vegetables grown in the Northeast. ... After one year, the cover crops greatly affected root health and bean yield in this trial as well as the microplots and/or on-farm trials conducted in CT and PA. ... Specifically, new recombinants had an ordinary PVY NTN genome structure for approximately 6.7-kb from the 5′-end of the genome, while the 3′-terminal 3.0-kb segment had two fragments of NE-11 sequence ...doi:10.1094/phyto.2011.101.6.s1 fatcat:eh6suuzda5e3hki375da636vbq
The empirical database, which is considered in Chapters 4 to 7, consists almost entirely of transcripts of mathematical conversations between adult interviewers (including myself) and one or two children ... For the most part, the pupils involved in the study were aged between 9 and 12, although the age-range in Chapter 7 extends from 4 to 25. ... The next one, when you have two difference, you have to do two hundred divided by that, the number, and add a hundred to the equals. Right, add a hundred to the equals. ...doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000e0db fatcat:cs37gt6o7jba3gngow7q3lszbe
, or with a searchlight effect on low cloud. ... Temporal data series absence problem concerning the satisfaction of the consumers may be considered an important problem at a micro and macro economical level. ... Then, based on the expected outcomes and their weights, rate all options by their perceived utility. Finally, choose the option that has the highest rating. If, for some options, the expected ...fatcat:q3rmqgxagbasvli2qapsda23ru
This exegetical document provides the theoretical context for a series of media art works that were produced between 2011 and 2012 in response as much as in parallel to this analysis. ... This is a project in two parts. The text presented here is the major component. ... invest in things that don't make us feel good but which may solve problems, then our fate is that it will just get harder to feel good about not solving problems. ...doi:10.25904/1912/3134 fatcat:a55zu4mcmvchfakyvrgb6cxnwu
study that traces an unlikely pattern of inheritance from eugenics to the posthuman. ... the subject of the body by turning the body into information; second, both theories promote the externalization of private mental processes for the purposes of surveillance; and third, both are utopian ... The problem seems one of urgency. ...doi:10.7939/r3rj49356 fatcat:irhpw2kfmfb2xottneclpi5hn4
The current data therefore add to previous research indicating that negative emotions are associated with reduced attention, decreased problem-solving ... Additionally, their models reported an optimal rate of accuracy for classifying patterns of the visual cortex activity into multiple distinct emotion categories. ...doi:10.13097/archive-ouverte/unige:157398 fatcat:pfn2l3f7djccjknqunwqcdegki