By Daya Gaur, N.S. Narayanaswamy

This publication constitutes the complaints of the 3rd foreign convention on Algorithms and Discrete utilized arithmetic, CALDAM 2017, held in Goa, India, in February 2017.

The 32 papers provided during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 103 submissions. They take care of the subsequent parts: algorithms, graph conception, codes, polyhedral combinatorics, computational geometry, and discrete geometry.

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2 Convex Polygons We can easily extend the sites from line segments to convex polygons. Let Q = {p1 , p2 , . . , pn } be a set of n convex polygonal sites, each having at most k sides, and let NVDP (Q) be the nearest-site Voronoi diagram of these sites with respect to the convex polygon-oﬀset distance function DP , where P is an msided convex polygon. With similar arguments given for Lemmata 3 and 5 for the nearest-site Voronoi diagram of a set of line segments (with respect to DP ), we can prove the following.

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In the same manner, the following generalizes Lemma 6 to deal with polygonal sites. Voronoi Diagram for Convex Polygonal Sites 33 Lemma 11 (i) The bisecting curve BP (p1 , p2 ) of a pair of convex polygons p1 , p2 , each having at most k sides, is a polyline with O(m + k) arcs and segments. (ii) Two such bisecting curves intersect O(m + k) times. The proof of the lemma above is identical to that of Lemma 6 with the following reﬁnements. 1. The oﬀset of P can touch any of the up to k corners and k sides of each of the sites.