By Michael Mitzenmacher (auth.), Amos Fiat, Peter Sanders (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642041272

ISBN-13: 9783642041273

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the seventeenth Annual ecu Symposium on Algorithms, ESA 2009, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in September 2009 within the context of the mixed convention ALGO 2009.

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If it is not the case, then each vertex √ y ∈ Nx will be selected in our random process with probability at least q fˆxy . This means that the probability that we do not select in our random process any √ √ √ ˆ − q √1q − q y∈Nx fˆxy vertices in Nx is at most Πy∈Nx (1 − q fxy ) ≤ e ≤e = 1e 1 1 ˆ (since y∈Nx fxy = pˆx ≥ √q ). Thus with probability at least 1 − e , we select a vertex in Nx and thus satisfy the superedge (Ai , Bj ). In the rest of the proof, we assume pˆx ≤ √1q , for x ∈ Ai ∪ Bj , and thus √ ˆ q fuv ≤ 1 for u ∈ Ai and v ∈ Bj .

Theorem 1. If we choose each vertex x ∈ A ∪ B with probability p1x , any single superedge (Ai , Bj ) is covered with constant probability. The proof of the above theorem uses the following lemma. Lemma 2. Consider a superedge (Ai , Bj ) for which LP 1 routes one unit of flow f from vertices u ∈ Ai to v ∈ Bj and satisfies capacity constraints with respect to the p variables. Then there exists a flow fˆ from vertices u ∈ Ai to vertices v ∈ Bj that 1. has value at least 13 and at most 1, 2. that satisfies the capacity constraint px on each vertex x ∈ Ai ∪ Bj , and 3.

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