WALCOM: Algorithms and Computation: 7th International by Nicola Santoro (auth.), Subir Kumar Ghosh, Takeshi Tokuyama

By Nicola Santoro (auth.), Subir Kumar Ghosh, Takeshi Tokuyama (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventh overseas Workshop on Algorithms and Computation, WALCOM 2013, held in Kharagpur, India, in February 2013. The 29 complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 86 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on computational geometry, approximation and randomized algorithms, parallel and allotted computing, graph algorithms, complexity and limits, and graph drawing.

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13], for a point set P for which G (P ) has a , contained many cut vertices. However, for maximum matching of size n−2 3 general planar graphs, we get a better lower bound for the size of a maximum matching, when the connectivity of the graph increases. By Theorem 1, we know that any 3-connected planar graph on n vertices has a matching of size n+4 , 3 if n ≥ 14 and has a matching of size n2 if n < 14 or it is 4-connected. Hence, it was interesting to see whether there exist a point set P in general position, with an even number of points, such that G (P ) is 3-connected but does not contain a perfect matching.

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