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Theory and Applications of Models of Computation

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This proceedings volume examines all major areas in computer science, mathematics (especially logic) and the physical sciences, especially computation, algorithms, complexity and computability theory.


Theory and Applications of Models of Computation (TAMC) is an inter- tional conference series with an interdisciplinary character, bringing together researchers working in computer science, mathematics (especially logic), and the physicalsciences. This crossdisciplinarycharacter,together with its focus on algorithms, complexity, and computability theory, gives the conference a special ?avor and distinction. TAMC2008wasthe?fth conferenceintheseries.Thepreviousfourmeetings wereheldduringMay17-19,2004inBeijing,May17-20,2005inKunming,May 15-20,2006 in Beijing, and May 22-25, 2007 in Shanghai. TAMC 2008 was held in Xi'an, during April 25-29, 2008. At TAMC 2008 we had two plenary speakers, Bernard Chazelle and Cynthia Dwork,giving one-hour talkseach. Bernardspokeon "WhyAlgorithms Matter" and Cynthia on "Di?erential Privacy: A Survey of Results." Their respective papers accompanying the talks are included in the proceedings. In addition, there were two special sessions organized by Barry Cooper and Ying Jiang on "Models of Computation" and by Jianer Chen on "Algorithms and Complexity." The invited speakersin the ?rst session wereJoseFelix Costa, Vincent Danos, Luke Ong, Mingsheng Ying, Miklos Santha, and Gilles Dowek. Invited speakers in the second session were Daniel Brown, Dieter Kratsch, - aotie Deng, and Jianer Chen. The TAMC conference series arose naturally in response to important sci- ti?c developments a?ecting how we compute in the twenty-?rst century. At the same time, TAMC is already playing an important regional and international role, and promises to become a key contributor to the scienti?c resurgence seen throughout China and other parts of Asia.

Plenary Lectures.- Differential Privacy: A Survey of Results.- Special Session Lectures.- On the Complexity of Measurement in Classical Physics.- Quantum Walk Based Search Algorithms.- Contributed Lectures.- Propositional Projection Temporal Logic, B chi Automata and ?-Regular Expressions.- Genome Rearrangement Algorithms for Unsigned Permutations with O(logn) Singletons.- On the Complexity of the Hidden Subgroup Problem.- An O *(3.523k ) Parameterized Algorithm for 3-Set Packing.- Indistinguishability and First-Order Logic.- Derandomizing Graph Tests for Homomorphism.- Definable Filters in the Structure of Bounded Turing Reductions.- Distance Constrained Labelings of Trees.- A Characterization of NC k by First Order Functional Programs.- The Structure of Detour Degrees.- Hamiltonicity of Matching Composition Networks with Conditional Edge Faults.- Local 7-Coloring for Planar Subgraphs of Unit Disk Graphs.- Generalized Domination in Degenerate Graphs: A Complete Dichotomy of Computational Complexity.- More on Weak Bisimilarity of Normed Basic Parallel Processes.- Extensions of Embeddings in the Computably Enumerable Degrees.- An Improved Parameterized Algorithm for a Generalized Matching Problem.- Deterministic Hot-Potato Permutation Routing on the Mesh and the Torus.- Efficient Algorithms for Model-Based Motif Discovery from Multiple Sequences.- Ratio Based Stable In-Place Merging.- A Characterisation of the Relations Definable in Presburger Arithmetic.- Finding Minimum 3-Way Cuts in Hypergraphs.- Inapproximability of Maximum Weighted Edge Biclique and Its Applications.- Symbolic Algorithm Analysis of Rectangular Hybrid Systems.- On the OBDD Complexity of the Most Significant Bit of Integer Multiplication.- Logical Closure Properties of Propositional Proof Systems.- Graphs of Linear Clique-Width at Most 3.- A Well-Mixed Function with Circuit Complexity 5n ±o(n): Tightness of the Lachish-Raz-Type Bounds.- A Logic for Distributed Higher Order ?-Calculus.- Minimum Maximal Matching Is NP-Hard in Regular Bipartite Graphs.- A Topological Study of Tilings.- A Denotational Semantics for Total Correctness of Sequential Exact Real Programs.- Weak Bisimulations for the Giry Monad (Extended Abstract).- Approximating Border Length for DNA Microarray Synthesis.- On a Question of Frank Stephan.- A Practical Parameterized Algorithm for the Individual Haplotyping Problem MLF.- Improved Algorithms for Bicluster Editing.- Generation Complexity Versus Distinction Complexity.- Balancing Traffic Load Using One-Turn Rectilinear Routing.- A Moderately Exponential Time Algorithm for Full Degree Spanning Tree.- Speeding up Dynamic Programming for Some NP-Hard Graph Recoloring Problems.- A Linear-Time Algorithm for Finding All Door Locations That Make a Room Searchable.- Model Theoretic Complexity of Automatic Structures (Extended Abstract).- A Separation between Divergence and Holevo Information for Ensembles.- Unary Automatic Graphs: An Algorithmic Perspective.- Search Space Reductions for Nearest-Neighbor Queries.- Total Degrees and Nonsplitting Properties of Enumeration Degrees.- s-Degrees within e-Degrees.- The Non-isolating Degrees Are Upwards Dense in the Computably Enumerable Degrees.


Titel: Theory and Applications of Models of Computation
Untertitel: 5th International Conference, TAMC 2008, Xi'an, China, April 25-29, 2008, Proceedings
EAN: 9783540792277
ISBN: 3540792279
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 628
Gewicht: 937g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T33mm
Jahr: 2008
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2008

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