By Jeffrey Scott Vitter (auth.), Gianfranco Bilardi, Giuseppe F. Italiano, Andrea Pietracaprina, Geppino Pucci (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the sixth Annual ecu Symposium on Algorithms, ESA'97, held in Venice, Italy, in August 1998.
The forty revised complete papers provided including invited contributions have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 131 submissions. The publication is split into sections on info buildings, strings and biology, numerical algorithms, geometry, randomized and on-line algorithms, parallel and disbursed algorithms, graph algorithms, and optimization.
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By extension, the rank of a queue (resp. heap) refers to the rank of its root (resp. rm ). 3 The Heap Operations To create a new, empty heap requires no work. To insert a new item, we create an uncorrupted one-node queue, and we meld it into the heap (see below). We delete an item “lazily” by marking it. Finally, the two remaining operations work like this: – meld (S1 , S2 ): We dismantle the heap of lesser rank, say S2 , by melding each of its queues into S1 . To meld a queue of rank k into S1 , we look for the smallest index i such that rank(ri ) ≥ k.