By Ronald L. Graham (auth.), Yingfei Dong, Ding-Zhu Du, Oscar Ibarra (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 20 th overseas Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2009, held in Honolulu, Hawaii, united states in December 2009.

The one hundred twenty revised complete papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 279 submissions for inclusion within the publication. This quantity includes issues comparable to algorithms and information constructions, approximation algorithms, combinatorial optimization, computational biology, computational complexity, computational geometry, cryptography, experimental set of rules methodologies, graph drawing and graph algorithms, web algorithms, on-line algorithms, parallel and allotted algorithms, quantum computing and randomized algorithms.

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Deﬁnition 3. A representation I ∈ R(G) or Iv ∈ R(Tv ), v ∈ V is called proper if the label l(v) of each carbon atom v ∈ VC in I (or Iv ) satisﬁes the following condition. Case-1. v is connected with four atoms: l(v) ∈ {+, −} if σs (Iu ) of every child u of v is diﬀerent from each other, and l(v) = nil otherwise. Case-2. v and one of its children u ∈ VC are connected by a double bond: (i) the carbon circuit between v and u has no orientation: l(v) = nil. (ii) the carbon circuit between v and u has an orientation, and v is not the centroid of G: l(v) ∈ {cis, trans} if v has another child x than u, and l(v) = nil otherwise.

First, we build an equivalence relation ≡ on S = {s1 , . . , sk }; si ≡ sj if and only if qi ∈ Dj and qj ∈ Di . We denote by [si ] the equivalence class that includes si , and let [S] := {[si ] | si ∈ S}. Now, we construct a directed graph G on [S] in which there is a directed edge from [si ] to [sj ] if and only if there are two indices i and j with si ∈ [si ] and sj ∈ [sj ] such that qj ∈ Di . Obviously, G is acyclic. We denote by ([S], ) a partial ordered set induced by G. Lemma 9 implies that if sj ∈ [si ], then ri = rj , and if [si ] [sj ] then ri ≤ rj for any i , j with si ∈ [si ] and sj ∈ [sj ].

For each edge e of Ti , we assign a function he : (R2 )m → R defined to be he ((q1 , . . , qm )) := 1 {the length of e when sj is placed at qj ∈ R2 for each j}. w(e) ∗ ∗ Let q1∗ , . . , qm be an optimal placement of m Steiner points. Then, at (q1∗ , . . , qm ), we ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ have equality he ((q1 , . . , qm )) = he ((q1 , . . , qm )) for any pair of two edges e, e of Ti , by Lemma 9. The function he indeed returns the distance between two points, so it defines an algebraic surface of degree 2 in R2m+1 , which is the graph of he .