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This quantity constitutes the complaints of the eleventh foreign convention on Algorithmic facets in info and administration, AAIM 2016, held in Bergamo, Italy, in July 2016.

The 18 revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty-one submissions. The papers take care of present developments of analysis on algorithms, info constructions, operation learn, combinatorial optimization and their applications.

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E. each cluster Ai consists of consecutive points of X [3,24]. Then, its right-most cluster Ah has size |Ah | = m ∈ M and weight Wp (Ah ) = Wp (X[j − m + 1, j]) = U (j − m + 1, j). , Ah } would not be an optimal solution for (X[1, j], h, M). As a consequence, Z(h, j) = Z(h−1, j −m)+U (j −m+1, j) for some m ∈ M, and since Z(h, j) has to take the minimum value, property ( ii) is proved. Relying on the previous proposition we can design an algorithm for RSC-1. Theorem 3. For any p ∈ {1, 2}, RSC-1 with n)) time and O(n2 ) space.

N by setting j U (i, j) = Wp (X[i, j]) = t=i |xt − CX[i,j] |p if j − i + 1 ∈ M and U (i, j) = ∞ otherwise, that is the weight of cluster X[i, j] when it has admissible size. Lemma 1. Given p ∈ {1, 2}, for every instance (X, k, M) of RSC-1 with |X| = n, matrix U can be computed in O(n2 ) time. Proof. First, assume p = 2. In this case it is easy to check that the weight of i 1 any cluster A is W2 (A) = a∈A a2 − |A| ( a∈A a)2 . Denoting Q(i) := j=1 x2j and S(i) := i j=1 xj , the finite entries of matrix U reduce to U (i, j) = Q(j) − Q(i − 1) − 1 (S(j) − S(i − 1))2 .

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