Tight time bounds for the minimum local convex partition problem
(2004) In Discrete and Computational Geometry. Japanese Conference, JCDCG 2004. Revised Selected Papers / Lecture Notes in Computer Science) 3742. p.95105 Abstract
 Let v be a vertex with n edges incident to it, such that the n edges partition an infinitesimally small circle C around v into convex pieces. The minimum local convex partition (MLCP) problem asks for two or three out of the n edges that still partition C into convex pieces and that are of minimum total length. We present an optimal algorithm solving the problem in linear time if the edges incident to v are sorted clockwise by angle. For unsorted edges our algorithm runs in O(n log n) time. For unsorted edges we also give a linear time approximation algorithm and a lower time bound
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 Grantson Borgelt, Magdalene ^{LU} and Levcopoulos, Christos ^{LU}
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 2004
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 linear time approximation algorithm, lower time bound, optimal algorithm, edge partition, minimum local convex partition problem, unsorted edges, tight time bound
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 Discrete and Computational Geometry. Japanese Conference, JCDCG 2004. Revised Selected Papers / Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
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 3742
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 95  105
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 Springer
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 3540304673
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 10.1007/11589440_10
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