**by Witold Bednorz**

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Chapter 1

A Greedy Algorithm with Forward-Looking Strategy

Chapter 2

A Greedy Scheme for Designing Delay Monitoring Systems of IP Networks

Chapter 3

A Multilevel Greedy Algorithm for the Satisfiability Problem

Chapter 4

A Multi-start Local Search Approach to the Multiple Container Loading Problem

Chapter 5

A Partition-Based Suffix Tree Construction and Its Applications

Chapter 6

Bayesian Framework for State Estimation and Robot Behaviour Selection in Dynamic Environments

Chapter 7

Efficient Multi-User Parallel Greedy Bit-Loading Algorithm with Fairness Control For DMT Systems

Chapter 8

Energy Efficient Greedy Approach for Sensor Networks

Chapter 9

Enhancing Greedy Policy Techniques for Complex Cost-Sensitive Problems

Chapter 10

Greedy Algorithm: Exploring Potential of Link Adaptation Technique in Wideband Wireless Communication Systems

Chapter 11

Greedy Algorithms for Mapping onto a Coarse-grained Reconfigurable Fabric

Chapter 12

Greedy Algorithms for Spectrum Management in OFDM Cognitive Systems - Applications to Video

Chapter 13

Greedy Algorithms in Survivable Optical Networks

Chapter 14

Greedy Algorithms to Determine Stable Paths and Trees in Mobile Ad hoc Networks

Chapter 15

Greedy Anti-Void Forwarding Strategies for Wireless Sensor Networks

Chapter 16

Greedy Like Algorithms for the Traveling Salesman and Multidimensional Assignment Problems

Chapter 17

Greedy Methods in Plume Detection, Localization and Tracking

Chapter 18

Greedy Type Bases in Banach Spaces

Chapter 19

Hardware-oriented Ant Colony Optimization Considering Intensification and Diversification

Chapter 20

Heuristic Algorithms for Solving Bounded Diameter Minimum Spanning Tree Problem and Its Application to Genetic Algorithm Development

Chapter 21

Opportunistic Scheduling for Next Generation Wireless Local Area Networks

Chapter 22

Parallel Greedy Approximation on Large-Scale Combinatorial Auctions

Chapter 23

Parallel Search Strategies for TSPs Using a Greedy Genetic Algorithm

Chapter 24

Provably-Efficient Online Adaptive Scheduling of Parallel Jobs Based on Simple Greedy Rules

Chapter 25

Quasi-Concave Functions and Greedy Algorithms

Chapter 26

Semantic Matchmaking Algorithms

Chapter 27

Solving Inter-AS Bandwidth Guaranteed Provisioning Problems with Greedy Heuristics

Chapter 28

Solving the High School Scheduling Problem Modelled with Constraints Satisfaction Using Hybrid Heuristic Algorithms

Chapter 29

Toward Improving b-Coloring Based Clustering Using a Greedy re-Coloring Algorithm

Chapter 30

WDM Optical Networks Planning Using Greedy Algorithms

Title

Greedy Algorithms

Subject

Computer Science

Publisher

IntechOpen

Published

2008

Pages

600

Edition

1

Language

English

ISBN13

9789537619275

ISBN10

9537619273

ISBN13 Digital

9789535157984

ISBN10 Digital

9535157981

PDF Size

23.6 MB

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