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This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the twelfth Algorithms and information constructions Symposium, WADS 2011, held in manhattan, new york, united states, in August 2011.

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Al [4] came up with some further results. A consolidation of the related results can be found in [4]. The following intermediate structural result in our paper becomes interesting in this context: 16 A. Adiga, J. Babu, and L. Sunil Chandran (d) In Lemma 4, we observe that if H is a bipartite graph whose complement is a CA graph, then H ∗ is a comparability graph. This is a generalization of similar results for convex bipartite graphs and interval bigraphs already known in literature [1,25]. This observation helps us in reducing the complexity of our polynomial time algorithms.

We can suppose that q is to the left of the vertical line lv through v, since otherwise β ≥ 90◦ ≥ 120◦ − α/2, where the last inequality holds by Lemma 1(ii), and there is nothing to prove. By Lemma 1(i), d(q, u) ≥ d(u, v) holds. Then, q is outside k(u, |e|). Still by Lemma 1(i), d(p, q) ≥ d(p, u) and d(p, q) ≥ d(u, v) hold. Then, q is outside k(p, m), where m = max{|e|, |e1 |}. Again by Lemma 1(i), | d(p, q) ≥ d(v, q) holds. Denote by lpv the line orthogonal to pv passing through the | midpoint of pv; then, q is in the half-plane delimited by lpv and not containing p.

The additive 2-factor algorithm directly works for any Proper Circular Arc graph, since computing an NCA model for it can be done in polynomial time. Keywords: Boxicity, Circular Arc Graphs, Approximation Algorithm. 1 Introduction Boxicity: Let G(V, E) be a graph. If I1 , I2 , · · ·, Ik are interval graphs on the vertex set V with E(G) = E(I1 ) ∩ E(I2 ) ∩ · · · ∩ E(Ik ), then {I1 , I2 , · · ·, Ik } is called a box representation of G of dimension k. Boxicity of G is deﬁned as the minimum number k such that G has a box representation of dimension k.