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If m = 1 then we set lS (pr ) to w(pr )+ LeftL (pr , R), if LeftL (pr , R) = −∞ and to w(pr ) if LeftL (pr , R) = −∞, and return. 2. Partition R by a vertical line V into subsets R1 and R2 such that |R1 | = |R2 | = m/2 and R1 is to the left of R2 . Extract from QR the lists QR1 and QR2 . 3. Call MAXDOM_LABEL(R1 ). Since LeftL (p, R1 ) equals LeftL (p, R), this call will return the labels for all q ∈ R1 which are the ﬁnal labels for q ∈ R. 4. Compute LeftR1 (p, R2 ). 5. Compute LeftL∪R1 (p, R2 ), given LeftR1 (p, R2 ) and LeftL (p, R).
Event schedule, which deﬁnes a sequence of event points that the sweep-line status will change. In this example, the sweep-line status will change only at the vertices. The event schedule is normally represented by a data structure, called priority queue. The content of the queue may not be available entirely at the start of the plane-sweep process. Instead, the list of events may change dynamically. In this case, the events are static; they are the y-coordinates of the vertices. The sweep-line status is represented by a suitable data structure that supports insertions, deletions, and computation of the left and right projections, vl and vr , of each vertex v.
A) vi is regular (b) vi is a V-cusp and (c) vi is a Λ-cusp. 2 Triangulation In this section we consider triangulating a planar straight-line graph by introducing noncrossing edges so that each face in the ﬁnal graph is a triangle and the outermost boundary of the graph forms a convex polygon. Triangulation of a set of (discrete) points in the plane is a special case. This is a fundamental problem that arises in computer graphics, geographical information systems, and ﬁnite element methods. Let us start with the simplest case.
Algorithms and Theory of Computation Handbook, Second Edition, Volume 2: Special Topics and Techniques (Chapman & Hall/CRC Applied Algorithms and Data Structures series) by Mikhail J. Atallah, Marina Blanton