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Special Interest Group on Algorithms (IPSJ-AL)  (Searched in: 2020)

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COMP, IPSJ-AL 2020-09-01
Online Online Complexity of Colored Token Shifting on Graphs
Sai Kwon Kham, Ryuhei Uehara (JAIST) COMP2020-6
Variations of reconfiguration problems are much of interest and important problems in theoretical computer science. The ... [more] COMP2020-6
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2020-09-02
Online Online Procedure to Receive Linguistic Information -- To construct Common Human Intelligence --
Kumon Tokumaru (Writer) COMP2020-7
Humans are eusocial animal. Language is a communication tool inside community and a tool to generate and develop collect... [more] COMP2020-7
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2020-09-02
Online Online Uniform Bipartition in Population Protocol Model over Arbitrary Communication Networks
Hiroto Yasumi, Fukuhito Ooshita, Michiko Inoue (NAIST), Sebastien Tixeuil (Sorbonne Universite) COMP2020-8
In this paper, we focus on the uniform bipartition problem in the population protocol model. This problem aims to divide... [more] COMP2020-8
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2020-09-02
Online Online Tree-Based Asynchronous Data Transmission with Delay for Healthcare Sensor Networks
Susumu Shibusawa (Ibaraki Univ.), Toshiya Watanabe (NIT, Gunma College) COMP2020-9
The ability to obtain health-related information at any time through the use of sensor network technology for healthcare... [more] COMP2020-9
COMP, IPSJ-AL 2020-09-02
Online Online What Restrictions Naturally Allow Well-Known NP-Complete Problems to Yield NL-Completeness and the Linear Space Hypothesis?
Tomoyuki Yamakami (U of Fukui) COMP2020-10
Many practical combinatorial problems have been shown to be NP-complete or NP-hard. To cope with further real-life situa... [more] COMP2020-10
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