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This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the tenth Scandinavian Workshop on set of rules concept, SWAT 2006, held in Riga, Latvia, in July 2006.
The court cases comprises 36 revised complete papers offered including three invited papers, addressing problems with theoretical algorithmics and purposes in a number of fields together with graph algorithms, computational geometry, scheduling, approximation algorithms, community algorithms, info garage and manipulation, combinatorics, sorting, looking, on-line algorithms, optimization, amd more.
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Favrholdt Proof. Let M = M 4 . Consider the following instance of the problem. Items: n items of size 2M + 1 and 2n items of size M + 1, for some even n. Bins: First, n bins of size 2M + 2. Let q, 0 ≤ q ≤ n, be the number of items of size 2M + 1 that the algorithm A packs in these bins. If q ≥ n2 , the sequence continues with 2n bins of size 2M + 1. If q < n2 , the sequence continues with 2n bins of size M + 1 and then n − q bins of size 4M . 3 First-Fit-Decreasing and a Better Variant Since the item sizes are known in advance, one can use an algorithm based on First-Fit-Decreasing for the standard oﬀ-line bin packing problem.