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Automata, Languages and Programming

34th International Colloquium, ICALP 2007, Wroclaw, Poland, July 9-13, 2007, Proceedings

Arge, Lars, Cachin, Christian, Jurdzinski, Tomasz (Eds.)

2007, XVII, 958 p.

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  • Features the refereed proceedings from the 34th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming
  • Includes 76 full papers and 4 invited papers
  • Covers algorithms, automata, complexity, and games; logic, semantics, and theory of programming; and security and cryptography foundations

The 34th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming was held in Wroclaw, Poland in July 2007. This volume features the refereed proceedings from that meeting.

Seventy-six full papers are presented, together with four invited lectures. Each paper, submitted by an expert in the field, was carefully reviewed to ensure that all the papers in this volume are accurate, thorough, and easy to follow. The papers are grouped into three major tracks covering algorithms, automata, complexity, and games; logic, semantics, and theory of programming; and security and cryptography foundations.

Readers will discover important new research findings and applications in the field.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Automat - algorithms - automata - complexity - logic - programming - security

Related subjects » Security and Cryptology - Software Engineering - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Invited Lectures.- Ushering in a New Era of Algorithm Design.- A “proof-reading” of Some Issues in Cryptography.- Credentials-Based Authorization: Evaluation and Implementation.- Subexponential Parameterized Algorithms.- Session A1.- Competitive Algorithms for Due Date Scheduling.- Mechanism Design for Fractional Scheduling on Unrelated Machines.- Session A2.- Estimating Sum by Weighted Sampling.- Sampling Methods for Shortest Vectors, Closest Vectors and Successive Minima.- Session A3.- Low Distortion Spanners.- Minimum Weight 2-Edge-Connected Spanning Subgraphs in Planar Graphs.- Labeling Schemes for Vertex Connectivity.- Session A4.- Unbounded-Error One-Way Classical and Quantum Communication Complexity.- A Lower Bound on Entanglement-Assisted Quantum Communication Complexity.- Separating Deterministic from Nondeterministic NOF Multiparty Communication Complexity.- Session A5.- An Optimal Decomposition Algorithm for Tree Edit Distance.- On Commutativity Based Edge Lean Search.- Commitment Under Uncertainty: Two-Stage Stochastic Matching Problems.- Session A6.- On the Complexity of Hard-Core Set Constructions.- Approximation by DNF: Examples and Counterexamples.- Exotic Quantifiers, Complexity Classes, and Complete Problems.- Session A7.- Online Conflict-Free Colorings for Hypergraphs.- Distributed Computing with Advice: Information Sensitivity of Graph Coloring.- Session C1.- Private Multiparty Sampling and Approximation of Vector Combinations.- Constant-Round Private Database Queries.- Session A8.- Universal Algebra and Hardness Results for Constraint Satisfaction Problems.- On the Power of k-Consistency.- Complexity of Propositional Proofs Under a Promise.- Session C2.- Deterministic History-Independent Strategies for Storing Information on Write-Once Memories.- Trading Static for Adaptive Security in Universally Composable Zero-Knowledge.- A Characterization of Non-interactive Instance-Dependent Commitment-Schemes (NIC).- Session A9.- Sharp Tractability Borderlines for Finding Connected Motifs in Vertex-Colored Graphs.- Parameterized Algorithms for Directed Maximum Leaf Problems.- Parameterized Approximability of the Disjoint Cycle Problem.- Linear Problem Kernels for NP-Hard Problems on Planar Graphs.- Session C3.- Private Locally Decodable Codes.- Hash Functions in the Dedicated-Key Setting: Design Choices and MPP Transforms.- Unrestricted Aggregate Signatures.- Ring Signatures of Sub-linear Size Without Random Oracles.- Session A10.- Balanced Families of Perfect Hash Functions and Their Applications.- An Exponential Improvement on the MST Heuristic for Minimum Energy Broadcasting in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks.- Session B1.- Modular Algorithms for Heterogeneous Modal Logics.- Co-Logic Programming: Extending Logic Programming with Coinduction.- Session C4.- Offline/Online Mixing.- Fully Collusion Resistant Black-Box Traitor Revocable Broadcast Encryption with Short Private Keys.- Session A11.- Succinct Ordinal Trees Based on Tree Covering.- A Framework for Dynamizing Succinct Data Structures.- In-Place Suffix Sorting.- Session B2.- Maximal Infinite-Valued Constraint Languages.- Affine Systems of Equations and Counting Infinitary Logic.- Boundedness of Monadic FO over Acyclic Structures.- Session A12.- Strong Price of Anarchy for Machine Load Balancing.- Efficient Algorithms for Constant Well Supported Approximate Equilibria in Bimatrix Games.- Session B3.- Equational Systems and Free Constructions (Extended Abstract).- Categorical Views on Computations on Trees (Extended Abstract).- Session A13.- Holographic Algorithms: The Power of Dimensionality Resolved.- Reconciling Data Compression and Kolmogorov Complexity.- Size Competitive Meshing Without Large Angles.- Session B4.- A Fully Abstract Trace Semantics for General References.- Aliased Register Allocation for Straight-Line Programs Is NP-Complete.- Conservative Ambiguity Detection in Context-Free Grammars.- Session A14.- Lower Bounds for Quantile Estimation in Random-Order and Multi-pass Streaming.- Streaming and Fully Dynamic Centralized Algorithms for Constructing and Maintaining Sparse Spanners.- Checking and Spot-Checking the Correctness of Priority Queues.- Session B5.- Undecidability of 2-Label BPP Equivalences and Behavioral Type Systems for the ?-Calculus.- Ready Simulation for Concurrency: It’s Logical!.- Continuous Capacities on Continuous State Spaces.- Session A15.- On the Chromatic Number of Random Graphs.- Quasi-randomness and Algorithmic Regularity for Graphs with General Degree Distributions.- Complexity of the Cover Polynomial.- Session B6.- A Generalization of Cobham’s Theorem to Automata over Real Numbers.- Minimum-Time Reachability in Timed Games.- Reachability-Time Games on Timed Automata.- Perfect Information Stochastic Priority Games.- Session B7.- Bounded Depth Data Trees.- Unranked Tree Automata with Sibling Equalities and Disequalities.- Regular Languages of Nested Words: Fixed Points, Automata, and Synchronization.- A Combinatorial Theorem for Trees.- Session B8.- Model Theory Makes Formulas Large.- Decision Problems for Lower/Upper Bound Parametric Timed Automata.- On the Complexity of Ltl Model-Checking of Recursive State Machines.- Paper Retraction.- Paper Retraction: On the Hardness of Embeddings Between Two Finite Metrics.

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