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This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twenty third foreign Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2012, held in Taipei, Taiwan, in December 2012. The sixty eight revised complete papers provided including 3 invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 174 submissions for inclusion within the ebook. This quantity comprises issues equivalent to graph algorithms; on-line and streaming algorithms; combinatorial optimization; computational complexity; computational geometry; string algorithms; approximation algorithms; graph drawing; info buildings; randomized algorithms; and algorithmic online game theory.

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We say that two k-list labelings f and f of G are adjacent if |{v ∈ V : f (v) = f (v)}| = 1, that is, f can be obtained from f by changing the label assignment of a single vertex v; we say that the vertex v is reassigned between f and f . For two k-list labelings f0 and ft , a sequence f0 , f1 , . . , ft is called a reconﬁguration sequence between f0 and ft if f1 , f2 , . . , ft are k-list labelings of G such that fi−1 and fi are adjacent for i = 1, 2, . . , t. We also say that two k-list labelings f and f are connected if there exists a reconﬁguration sequence between f and f .

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By Step 2(b) in Algorithm 1, Pr[Xt+1 (v) = Yt+1 (v)] = 1 . -C. -I. Lu Therefore, the probability that X and Y assign diﬀerent colors to v is |A(Xt , v)) ∩ A(Yt , v)| max{|A(Xt , v))|, |A(Yt , v)|} max{|A(Xt , v))|, |A(Yt , v)|} − |A(Xt , v)) ∩ A(Yt , v)| = max{|A(Xt , v))|, |A(Yt , v)|} |N (v) ∩ Dt | ≤ . max{|A(Y, v)|, |A(Y, v)|} Pr[Xt+1 (v) = Yt+1 (v)] = 1 − We have E[ρ(Xt+1 , Yt+1 ) | Xt = x, Yt = y] = Pr[Xt+1 (u) = Yt+1 (u) | Xt = x, Yt = y] u∈V ≤ 1 n−1 ρ(X, Y ) + n n v∈V |N (v) ∩ Dt | |A(Y, v)| n−1 1 ρ(Xt , Yt ) + ≤ n n(1 + q)Δ |N (v) ∩ Dt | v∈V n−1 1 + )ρ(Xt , Yt ) n (1 + q)n q )ρ(Xt , Yt ).