By richard richards
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The rounding factor is determined in such a way that the so obtained instance can be solved efficiently. Finally a last step consisting in scaling up 39 40 4 Rounding, Interval Partitioning and Separation the value of the "easy" instance solution is performed in order to meet the corresponding accuracy requirements. It is known that in the sequential case, the only way to construct FPTAS uses rounding/scaling and interval partition [KS80]. In general, both techniques can be parallelized, although sometimes the details of the parSahni and Horowitz presented an FPTAS allelization are non-trivial.
Problems in PTAS (NCAS) have a drawback, they may have a running time polynomial in the size of the input, but exponential in 1/e. An example is the Maximum Independent Set problem: given a graph, find the maximum set of vertices that are pairwise nonadjacent. For general graphs and planar graphs, the problem is NP-complete. For planar graphs the problem of finding a Maximum Independent Set has a PTAS running in O(n$E/°). 5 Parallel Approximation Classes 25 avoid this inconvenience, we require the running time to be bounded by a polynomial in both the size of the input and the error e.
The High Linkage Subgraph problem was studied by Kirousis and Thilikos, and it exhibits similar threshold properties as the problems described above [KT96]. It remains an open problem to study the NC approximability for the High Degree Subgraph problem and the High Vertex Connected Subgraph problem for the case e = 1/2. Also an open problem is to sharpen the threshold for the other two problems. Another interesting question is that of computing the subgraph of high weight. The only known result is for the case of the High Degree Subgraph, for this problem Andreev et al.
Arithmetic Operations in Digital Computers by richard richards