By Daya Gaur, N.S. Narayanaswamy
This booklet constitutes the court cases of the 3rd overseas convention on Algorithms and Discrete utilized arithmetic, CALDAM 2017, held in Goa, India, in February 2017.
The 32 papers provided during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 103 submissions. They take care of the subsequent components: algorithms, graph concept, codes, polyhedral combinatorics, computational geometry, and discrete geometry.
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We translate a, b in a way so that the midpoint of l is now at the origin. Note that translation does not change the ordering of the points. Let fa (resp. fb ) be the function such that fa (θ) (resp. fb (θ)) is the x-coordinate value of a (resp. b) in Pθ . Now consider a continuous rotation process of the axes (or the plane) in counterclockwise direction with respect to the origin, keeping the points a, b ﬁxed. If fa (0) is equal to fb (0), then a and b are on the y-axis in P0 . Let α = 0 in this case.
The set C as defined above contains a maximum red rectangle. We compute all the rectangles of C and return one that contains the maximum number of red points. Given two points p, q such that p ∈ B and q ∈ R ∪B, we design a subroutine to compute the rectangles of C such that each of them contains p and q on a single side. 1 The Subroutine We are given two points p, q such that p ∈ B and q ∈ R ∪ B. We would like to compute the set of rectangles Cpq anchored by p and q. Without loss of generality, suppose the line through p and q is on the x-axis.
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