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If some inner vertex w of Q is adjacent to two outer vertices of Q 3. then C = the two 4-cycles containing w and 3 outer vertices of Q. (Case 1) else C = set of all maximal separating 4-cycles in Q. (Case 2) 4. Take the optimal 1-planar (multi)graph Gout obtained from G by replacing for each 4-cycle C ∈ C all vertices strictly inside C by a pair of crossing edges; see Fig. 5b. 5. Compute an L-representation of Gout with “some space” at each 4-cycle C ∈ C. In Case 2, this is based on the box-contact representation of Gout in Corollary 1.

We will use these information later. Note that according to our algorithm the gaps in G are sorted from right to left. Next, we compute Dc (m + 1), by modifying the conﬁguration Dc (m). Comparing with Fm , the conﬁguration Fm+1 has an additional overlap deﬁned by sm+1 at β + z, and we use o(sm+1 ) to denote it. We have the following lemma. Lemma 3. Dc (m + 1) = Dc (m) holds if one of the following happens: (1) the coordinate of the right endpoint of I(sm ) is strictly larger than β; (2) o1 is to the right of g1 ; (3) o1 is to the left of g1 and the cost C(o1 ) is not greater than the number of sensors between g1 and sm+1 .

To compute Dopt , if we know either l∗ or r∗ , then Dopt can be computed in additional O(n log n) time, as follows. Suppose l∗ is known. We ﬁrst “manually” move each sensor si for l∗ ≤ i ≤ l −1 rightwards to −z (this step is not necessary for the case l∗ = l) and then apply our one-sided case algorithm on S(l∗ , n) (the obtained solution is Dopt ). Hence, the key is to determine l∗ or r∗ . Lemma 6. If |SI | ≥ λ, then it holds that f (i) = r∗ for any i ∈ [1, l] and f (j) = l∗ for any j ∈ [r, n].