By Andrew V. Goldberg (auth.), Jeffrey S. Vitter, Christos D. Zaroliagis (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the 3rd foreign Workshop on set of rules Engineering, WAE'99, held in London, united kingdom in July 1999.
The 24 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of forty six submissions. The papers current unique examine leads to all facets of set of rules engineering together with implementation, experimental checking out, fine-tuning of discrete algorithms, improvement of repositories of software program, methodological matters reminiscent of criteria for empirical examine on algorithms and knowledge constructions, and matters within the technique of changing person requisites into effective algorithmic ideas and implementations.
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3 Space Requirement The suffix tree representation as described in Sect. 1 requires 2q + n integers, where q is the number of non-root branching nodes. Since q = n − 1 in the worst case, this is an improvement of 2n integers over the best previous representation, Efficient Implementation of Lazy Suffix Trees 37 as described in . However, one has to be careful when comparing the 2q + n representation of Sect. 1 with the results of . 5n integers in the worst case:2 The array suffixes contains n integers, and the counting sort requires a buffer of the width of the interval which is to be sorted.
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