By Jianer Chen, John E. Hopcroft, Jianxin Wang

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth foreign Frontiers of Algorithmics Workshop, FAW 2013, held in Zhangjiajie, China, in June 2014. The 30 revised complete papers offered including 2 invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from sixty five submissions. they supply a targeted discussion board on present tendencies of study on algorithms, discrete constructions, operations study, combinatorial optimization and their applications.

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1 that each of them contains precisely three simplicial vertices (squared vertices), which are called terminals, and others (round vertices) are non-terminal vertices. In a long claw or †, for each i = 1, 2, 3, terminal ti has a unique neighbor, denoted by ui . Proposition 3. Given a subgraph F of (G) in Fig. 1, we can in O(n + m) time ﬁnd either all bad pairs in F or a forbidden induced subgraph of G. Lemma 10. Given a subgraph F of (G) in Fig. 1 that does not contain w, we can in O(n + m) time ﬁnd a minimal forbidden induced subgraph of G.

A 0 v2l w L hl−1 v1l 1+a 1 hl0 hl1 hr−1 (G) is an interval v1r hr0 v2r hr1 R Fig. 3. Illustration for Lem. 5 As shown in Fig. 3, it is intuitive to transform a normal Helly circular-arc model of G to an interval model of (G). Note that for any vertex v ∈ T , an induced (v l , v r )-path corresponds to a cycle whose arcs cover the entire circle. The main thrust of our algorithm will be a process that does the reversed direction, which is nevertheless far more involved. Theorem 5. If (G) is an interval graph, then we can in O(n + m) time build a circular-arc model of G.

The n rows and m columns of M will always be denoted by r1 , . . , rn and c1 , . . , cm , respectively. Further, since there are many statements that apply symmetrically to a row or a column, the term line is used to refer to both. For M [i, j] = 1, a one-entry in M [i − 1, j], M [i + 1, j], M [i, j − 1] or M [i, j + 1] is called a neighbour. A one-entry is called isolated, if it has no neighbours. The term merging will be used to express the transformation of replacing two adjacent lines l1 , l2 of M by one line l, computed by l[i] = l1 [i] · l2 [i].