By Ashkan Aazami, Michael D. Stilp (auth.), Moses Charikar, Klaus Jansen, Omer Reingold, José D. P. Rolim (eds.)

This quantity includes the papers provided on the tenth foreign Workshopon Approximation Algorithms for Combinatorial Optimization Problems(APPROX 2007) and the eleventh foreign Workshop on Randomization andComputation (RANDOM 2007), which came about simultaneously at PrincetonUniversity, on August 20–22, 2007. APPROX makes a speciality of algorithmic and complexityissues surrounding the advance of effective approximate solutionsto computationally tricky difficulties.

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J|R| be the elements of R, sorted by decreasing v(ji ). Virtual: In the virtual algorithm, i is selected if and only if v(i) > v(jk ), and jk ≤ t (jk is in the sample). In addition, whenever v(i) > v(jk ) (regardless of whether jk ≤ t), element i is added to R, while element jk is removed from R. Thus, R will always contain the best k elements seen so far (in particular, |R| = k), and i is selected if and only if its value exceeds that of the k th best element seen so far, and the k th best element was seen during the sampling period.

3 This type of case analysis is reminiscent of the case analysis which underlies the design of polynomial-time approximation schemes for the oﬄine version of the knapsack problem. 1 23 Notation For i ∈ U , we deﬁne the value density (or simply “density”) of i to be the ratio ρ(i) = v(i) . w(i) We will assume throughout this section that distinct elements of U have distinct densities; this assumption is justiﬁed for the same reason our assumption of distinct values is justiﬁed. ” This is deﬁned to be a vector of weights (yQ (i))ni=1 which is a solution (x) of the following linear program (that is, yQ (i) = y(i)).

5 ∗ OP T. Instead of the JMS algorithm we could take the algorithm of Machdian et al. [12] - the MYZ(δ) algorithm that scales the facility costs by δ, runs the JMS algorithms, scales back the facility costs and ﬁnally runs the greedy augmentation procedure. 3, the MYZ(δ) algorithm is the Sδ (JM S) algorithm. 52-approximation algorithm for the metric UFL problem. 7058)-approximation algorithm. 4991-approximation algorithm, which is even better than just using JMS and A1, but it gets more complicated and the additional improvement is tiny.