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By John E. Hopcroft (auth.), Kun-Mao Chao, Tsan-sheng Hsu, Der-Tsai Lee (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the twenty third overseas Symposium on Algorithms and Computation, ISAAC 2012, held in Taipei, Taiwan, in December 2012. The sixty eight revised complete papers awarded including 3 invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 174 submissions for inclusion within the booklet. This quantity comprises themes corresponding to graph algorithms; on-line and streaming algorithms; combinatorial optimization; computational complexity; computational geometry; string algorithms; approximation algorithms; graph drawing; facts constructions; randomized algorithms; and algorithmic online game theory.

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Graphs Combin. 20, 1–40 (2004) 18. : The complexity of satisfiability problems. In: Proc. STOC 1978, pp. 216–226 (1978) 19. : 3-Colouring AT-free graphs in polynomial time. Algorithmica 64, 384– 399 (2012) 20. : Graph colorings with local restrictions - a survey. Discuss. Math. Graph Theory 17, 161–228 (1997) 21. : Coloring the vertices of a graph in prescribed colors. Diskret. , no. 29, Metody Diskret. Anal. v. tw Abstract. Let G be an n-node graph with maximum degree Δ. The Glauber dynamics for G, defined by Jerrum, is a Markov chain over the k-colorings of G.

However, since we can reassign only a single vertex at a time, such a reassignment is not allowed. Therefore, in order to simulate a token sliding along (u, v), our idea is to regard the label assignment (1, 1) as also feasible; then (1, 0) and (0, 1) are connected via (1, 1). It should be noted that this keeps the feasibility of token configurations, because no token must be placed on any vertex in N1 (u) ∪ N1 (v) \ {u, v} when we can slide the token along (u, v). Thus, for an edge gadget, we wish to forbid the assignment (0, 0) only.

We now give the following lemma, which implies that we cannot reassign any vertex of degree 3 and its neighbors. Lemma 2. Let f be any 4-list labeling of a graph G with Δ(G) ≤ 3, and let u be a vertex of degree 3. Then, Lav (f, x; G) = {f (x)} for all vertices x ∈ N1 (u)∪{u}. Since a given graph G is connected, we may assume without loss of generality that Δ(G) ≥ 2; because, if Δ(G) = 1, then G consists of a single edge. We say that a vertex v is flexible if one of the following conditions (i) and (ii) holds: (i) d(v) = 1, and d(z) = 2 for the vertex z in N1 (v); and (ii) d(v) = 2, and d(x) = 1 and d(y) = 3 for the two vertices x, y ∈ N1 (v) with d(x) ≤ d(y).

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