By Mohammad Ali Abam, Paz Carmi, Mohammad Farshi (auth.), Frank Dehne, Marina Gavrilova, Jörg-Rüdiger Sack, Csaba D. Tóth (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the eleventh Algorithms and information buildings Symposium, WADS 2009, held in Banff, Canada, in August 2009.

The Algorithms and information buildings Symposium - WADS (formerly "Workshop on Algorithms and knowledge Structures") is meant as a discussion board for researchers within the sector of layout and research of algorithms and knowledge buildings. The forty nine revised complete papers provided during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 126 submissions. The papers current unique study on algorithms and information constructions in all components, together with bioinformatics, combinatorics, computational geometry, databases, photos, and parallel and dispensed computing.

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We will refer to groups of w vertices as s-sets. For each one of the two s-sets add a corresponding vertex, namely we add vertices u1,1 and u1,2 . For every vertex w ∈ S 1,1 (resp. w ∈ S 1,2 ) we add the edge (w, u1,1 ) (resp. (w, u1,2 ), which has zero cost and priority equal to β. We now describe the j-th round in the construction of B(E, β), assuming that rounds 1, . . , j − 1 have been deﬁned. Let d denote the size of the s-set of smallest cardinality that was inserted in round j − 1. For every i ∈ [1, 2j − 1], we insert l vertices at depth i/2j , one for each column in E, unless some other w vertex has been inserted at this same depth in a previous round, in which case we do not perform any additional insertion.