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By Christos H. Papadimitriou (auth.), Lars Arge, Michael Hoffmann, Emo Welzl (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifteenth Annual eu Symposium on Algorithms, ESA 2007, held in Eilat, Israel, in October 2007 within the context of the mixed convention ALGO 2007.

The sixty three revised complete papers provided including abstracts of 3 invited lectures have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen: 50 papers out of a hundred sixty five submissions for the layout and research tune and thirteen out of forty four submissions within the engineering and functions music. The papers handle all present topics in algorithmics achieving from layout and research problems with algorithms over to real-world functions and engineering of algorithms in a variety of fields.

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The Delaunay triangulation is a graph Hf on the k players. There is an edge (i, j) in Hf either if there is a vertex v in G with Fi,v > 0 and Fj,v > 0 or if there is an edge (v, v ) in G with Fi,v > 0 and Fj,v > 0. Nash Equilibria in Voronoi Games on Graphs 25 b a Fig. 5. Example of a graph with high social cost discrepancy We will need to partition the Delaunay triangulation into small sets, which are 1-dominated and contain more than one vertex. We call these sets stars: For a given graph G(V, E) a vertex set A ⊆ V is a star if |A| ≥ 2, and there is a center vertex v0 ∈ A such that for every v ∈ A, v = v0 we have (v0 , v) ∈ E.

Thang U W =r ≤ 2r ≤ 4r q Fig. 6. Illustration of lemma 9 Proof: Let U = {v ∈ V : mini∈A d(v, fi ) ≤ 4r}. If we can show that there is a facility fj ∈ U we would be done, since by definition of U there would be a player i ∈ A such that d(fi , fj ) ≤ 4r and the distance between any pair of facilities of A is at most 2r. This would conclude the lemma. So for a proof by contradiction, assume that in the strategy profile f there is no player located in U . Now consider the player with smallest payoff in f .

The proposition also implies that an ESS corresponds to a symmetric Nash equilibrium (Corollary 1). Proposition 2. Let B be a symmetric Bayesian routing game with n players, and let p∗ be a mixed strategy. Then there is a threshold ε such that for all ε with 0 < ε < ε, for all mixed strategies p: 1. If u(p∗ ; (p∗ )n−1 ) > u(p; (p∗ )n−1 ), then u(p∗ ; [εp + (1 − ε)p∗]n−1 ) > u(p; [εp + (1 − ε)p∗ ]n−1 ). 2. If u(p∗ ; (p∗ )n−1 ) < u(p; (p∗ )n−1 ), then u(p∗ ; [εp + (1 − ε)p∗]n−1 ) < u(p; [εp + (1 − ε)p∗ ]n−1 ).

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