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Algorithmic Aspects in Information and Management

6th International Conference, AAIM 2010, Weihai, China, July 19-21, 2010. Proceedings

  • Bo Chen
Conference proceedings AAIM 2010

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 6124)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. E. Álvarez-Miranda, A. Candia, X. Chen, X. Hu, B. Li
    Pages 13-24
  3. Esther M. Arkin, Nili Guttmann-Beck, Refael Hassin
    Pages 25-34
  4. Reinhard Bauer, Marcus Krug, Sascha Meinert, Dorothea Wagner
    Pages 46-57
  5. Vittorio Bilò, Angelo Fanelli
    Pages 58-69
  6. Yajun Chai, Bo Liu
    Pages 70-77
  7. Zhi-Zhong Chen, Sayuri Konno, Yuki Matsushita
    Pages 78-89
  8. Zhi-Zhong Chen, Michael Fellows, Bin Fu, Haitao Jiang, Yang Liu, Lusheng Wang et al.
    Pages 90-102
  9. Jun Dai, Liyun Ni, Xiangrong Wang, Weizhong Chen
    Pages 103-111
  10. Christian Ernst, Changxing Dong, Gerold Jäger, Dirk Richter, Paul Molitor
    Pages 119-130
  11. Chenglin Fan, Jun Luo
    Pages 131-140
  12. Qiaoming Han, Abraham P. Punnen
    Pages 161-169
  13. Dag Haugland, Sin C. Ho
    Pages 170-179
  14. Songbo Huang, T. W. Lam, W. K. Sung, S. L. Tam, S. M. Yiu
    Pages 180-190

About these proceedings


While the areas of information management and management science are full of algorithmic challenges, the proliferation of data has called for the design of e?cient and e?ective algorithms and data structures for their management and processing. The International Conference on Algorithmic Aspects in Information and Management(AAIM) is intended for originalalgorithmicresearchon immediate applications and/or fundamental problems pertinent to information mana- ment and management science to be broadly construed. The conference aims at bringing together researchers in computer science, operations research, applied mathematics, economics, and related disciplines. This volume contains papers presented at AAIM 2010: the 6th International Conference on Algorithmic Aspects in Information and Management, which was held during July 19-21, 2010, in Weihai, China. We received a total of 50 s- missions.Eachsubmissionwasreviewedbythreemembersof the ProgramC- mittee or their deputies on the quality, originality, soundness, and signi?cance of its contribution. The committee decided to accept 31 papers. The program also included two invited keynote talks. The success of the conference resulted from the input of many people. We would like ?rst of all to thank all the members of the Program Committee for their expert evaluation of the submissions. The local organizers in the School of Computer Science and Technology, Shandong University, did an extraordinary job, for which we are very grateful. We thank the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Montana State University (USA), University of Warwick (UK), and Shandong University (China) for their sponsorship.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Bo Chen
    • 1
  1. 1.Warwick Business School/ DIMAP - Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications CoventryUniversity of WarwickUK

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