Vuong Anh Quyen

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In this work we study preprocessing for tractable problems when part of the input is unknown or uncertain. This comes up naturally if, e.g., the load of some machines or the congestion of some roads is not known far enough in advance, or if we have to regularly solve a problem over instances that are largely similar, e.g., daily airport scheduling with few(More)
We continue the study of preprocessing under uncertainty that was initiated independently by Assadi et al. (FSTTCS 2015) and Fafianie et al. (STACS 2016). Here, we are given an instance of a tractable problem with a large static/known part and a small part that is dynamic/uncertain, and ask if there is an efficient algorithm that computes an instance of(More)
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