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- Wolfgang W. Bein, Peter Brucker, Arie Tamir
- Discrete Applied Mathematics
- 1985

It is shown that an acyclic multigraph with a single source and a single sink is series-parallel if and only if for arbitrary linear cost functions and arbitrary capacities the corresponding minimum cost flow problem can be solved by a greedy algorithm. Furthermore, for networks of this type with m edges and n vertices, two O(mn + m log m)-algorithms are… (More)

- Wolfgang W. Bein, Peter Brucker, James K. Park, Pramod K. Pathak
- Discrete Applied Mathematics
- 1995

- Wolfgang W. Bein, Jerzy Kamburowski, Matthias F. Stallmann
- SIAM J. Comput.
- 1992

- Wolfgang W. Bein, Peter Brucker, Alan J. Hoffman
- Math. Program.
- 1993

- Wolfgang W. Bein, José R. Correa, Xin Han
- Theor. Comput. Sci.
- 2007

" Bin packing with rejection " is the following problem: Given a list of items with associated sizes and rejection costs, find a packing into unit bins of a subset of the list such that the number of bins used plus the sum of rejection costs of unpacked items is minimized. We show that bin packing with rejection can be reduced to n multiple knapsack… (More)

- Wolfgang W. Bein, Lawrence L. Larmore
- Inf. Process. Lett.
- 2000

A class of " simple " online algorithms for the k-server problem is identified. This class, for which the term trackless is introduced, includes many known server algorithms. The k-server conjecture fails for trackless algorithms. A lower bound of 23/11 on the competitiveness of any deterministic trackless 2-server algorithm and a lower bound of 1 + √ 2/2… (More)

- Wolfgang W. Bein, Rudolf Fleischer, Lawrence L. Larmore
- Inf. Process. Lett.
- 2000

An efficient randomized online algorithm for the paging problem for cache size 2 is given, which is 3 2-competitive against an oblivious adversary. The algorithm keeps track of at most one page in slow memory at any time. A lower bound of 37 24 ≈ 1.5416 is given for the competitiveness of any trackless online algorithm for the same problem, i.e., an… (More)

- Wolfgang W. Bein, Lawrence L. Larmore, Shahram Latifi, Ivan Hal Sudborough
- Int. J. Found. Comput. Sci.
- 2002

- Wolfgang W. Bein, Doina Bein, Srilaxmi Malladi
- IJSNet
- 2009

We study the coverage problem for sensor networks from the fault tolerance and reliability point of view. Fault tolerance is a critical issue for sensors deployed in places where they are not easily replaceable, repairable and rechargeable. Failure of one node should not incapacitate the entire network. We propose three 1-fault tolerant topologies, namely… (More)