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Duality-based approximation algorithms for depth queries and maximum depth

@article{Aiger2020DualitybasedAA,
  title={Duality-based approximation algorithms for depth queries and maximum depth},
  author={Dror Aiger and Haim Kaplan and Micha Sharir},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.12318}
}
We design an efficient data structure for computing a suitably defined approximate depth of any query point in the arrangement $\mathcal{A}(S)$ of a collection $S$ of $n$ halfplanes or triangles in the plane or of halfspaces or simplices in higher dimensions. We then use this structure to find a point of an approximate maximum depth in $\mathcal{A}(S)$. Specifically, given an error parameter $\epsilon>0$, we compute, for any query point $q$, an underestimate $d^-(q)$ of the depth of $q$, that… 

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