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- Prosenjit Bose, Hua Guo, Evangelos Kranakis, Anil Maheshwari, Pat Morin, Jason Morrison +2 others
- Inf. Process. Lett.
- 2008

Bloom filters are a randomized data structure for membership queries dating back to 1970. Bloom filters sometimes give erroneous answers to queries, called false positives. Bloom analyzed the probability of such erroneous answers, called the false-positive rate, and Bloom's analysis has appeared in many publications throughout the years. We show that… (More)

A mode of a multiset S is an element a∈S of maximum multiplicity; that is, a occurs at least as frequently as any other element in S. Given an array A[1:n] of n elements, we consider a basic problem: constructing a static data structure that efficiently answers range mode queries on A. Each query consists of an input pair of indices (i,j) for which a mode… (More)

A space-efficient algorithm is one in which the output is given in the same location as the input and only a small amount of additional memory is used by the algorithm. We describe four space-efficient algorithms for computing the convex hull of a planar point set.

- Anita Kothari, S Michelle Driedger, Julia Bickford, Jason Morrison, Michael Sawada, Ian D Graham +1 other
- Implementation science : IS
- 2008

BACKGROUND
Local Ontario Early Years Centres (OEYCs) collect timely and relevant local data, but knowledge translation is needed for the data to be useful. Maps represent an ideal tool to interpret local data. While geographic information system (GIS) technology is available, it is less clear what users require from this technology for evidence-informed… (More)

We develop a number of space-efficient tools including an approach to simulate divide-and-conquer space-efficiently, stably selecting and unselecting a subset from a sorted set, and computing the kth smallest element in one dimension from a multi-dimensional set that is sorted in another dimension. We then apply these tools to solve several geometric… (More)

An in-place algorithm is one in which the output is given in the same location as the input and only a small amount of additional memory is used by the algorithm. In this paper we describe three in-place algorithms for computing the convex hull of a planar point set. All three algorithms are optimal, some more so than others.. .

We consider the problem of translating a (finite or infinite) square grid G over a set S of n points in the plane in order to maximize some objective function. We say that a grid cell is k-occupied if it contains k or more points of S. The main set of problems we study have to do with translating an infinite grid so that the number of k-occupied cells is… (More)

This paper presents a systematic approach to co-evolution that allows concise and uniied expression of all types of symbiotic relationships studied in ecology. The resulting Linear Model of Symbiosis can be easily added to any regular Genetic Algorithm. Our model helps prevent premature convergence to a local optimum by maintaining the genetic diversity in… (More)

- S Michelle Dredger, Anita Kothari, Jason Morrison, Michael Sawada, Eric J Crighton, Ian D Graham
- International journal of health geographics
- 2007

BACKGROUND
Organizations that collect substantial data for decision-making purposes are often characterized as being 'data rich' but 'information poor'. Maps and mapping tools can be very useful for research transfer in converting locally collected data into information. Challenges involved in incorporating GIS applications into the decision-making process… (More)