By Andreas S. Schulz, Dorothea Wagner

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the 22st Annual ecu Symposium on Algorithms, ESA 2014, held in Wrocław, Poland, in September 2014, as a part of ALGO 2014. The sixty nine revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 269 preliminary submissions: fifty seven out of 221 in song A, layout and research, and 12 out of forty eight in song B, Engineering and purposes. The papers current unique learn within the parts of layout and mathematical research of algorithms; engineering, experimental research, and real-world purposes of algorithms and information structures.

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Under this Ü policy, jobs are processed according to Smith rule but are held back (and not released) for some additional time after completion. This additional time basically equals the negative externality that this particular job imposes over other players. Additionally, we prove that Ü defines a potential game, so that pure WE exists, and that the convergence time is polynomial. It is worth mentioning that in the single-job game Ü coincides with the proportional-sharing (Ô×) policy [12], which in turn extends the EQUI policy of the unit-weight case [16].

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We enforce that if a level stores zero or one element (which may be items or chunks, depending on the level), then it is shallow. For all but the last level, we enforce the same invariants as those presented previously in Section 3. Operations. We implement the sequence operations as described below. Operations on deep levels are similar to those described in Section 3, making recursive calls on the lower levels of the bootstrapped structure when operating on the middle sequence. Operations on deep levels also require updating the weight field.

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