Some Results for Elementary Operations

@inproceedings{Tsakalidis2009SomeRF,
  title={Some Results for Elementary Operations},
  author={Athanasios K. Tsakalidis},
  booktitle={Efficient Algorithms},
  year={2009}
}
  • A. Tsakalidis
  • Published in Efficient Algorithms 1 September 2009
  • Computer Science
We present a number of results for elementary operations concerning the areas of data structures, computational geometry, graph algorithms and string algorithms. Especially, we focus on elementary operations like the dictionary operations, list manipulation, priority queues, temporal precedence, finger search, nearest common ancestors, negative cycle, 3-sided queries, rectangle enclosure, dominance searching, intersection queries, hidden line elimination and string manipulation. 

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