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By Hasna Mohsen Alqahtani, Thomas Erlebach (auth.), Paul G. Spirakis, Maria Serna (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed convention complaints of the eighth foreign convention on Algorithms and Complexity, CIAC 2013, held in Barcelona, Spain, in the course of may possibly 22-24, 2013. The 31 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from seventy five submissions. The papers current present examine in all elements of computational complexity and the use, layout, research and experimentation of effective algorithms and information structures.

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The need for efficient access to the optical bandwidth has given rise to the study of several optimization problems in the past years. The most well-studied among them is the problem of assigning a path and a color (wavelength) to each communication request in such a way that paths of the same color are edge-disjoint and the number of colors used is minimized. Nonetheless, it has become clear that the number of wavelengths in commercially available fibers is rather limited—and will probably remain such in the foreseeable future.

C Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2013 26 E. Bampas et al. In optical networks, it is highly desirable that all communication should be carried out transparently, that is, each signal should remain on the same wavelength from source to destination. The need for efficient access to the optical bandwidth has given rise to the study of several optimization problems in the past years. The most well-studied among them is the problem of assigning a path and a color (wavelength) to each communication request in such a way that paths of the same color are edge-disjoint and the number of colors used is minimized.

These bounds are summarized in Tables 1 and 2. It can be shown that the bounds for Colored Congestion Games remain tight even for network games. Observe that known bounds for classical congestion and bottleneck games can be obtained from our results by simply setting W = 1. On the other hand, one might notice that our games can be casted as classical congestion or bottleneck games with W |F | facilities. However we are able to derive better upper bounds for most cases by exploiting the special structure of the players’ strategies.

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