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This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the twelfth overseas Colloquium on Theoretical elements of Computing, ICTAC 2015, held in Cali, Colombia, in October 2015. The 25 revised complete papers provided including 7 invited talks, three instrument papers, and a pair of brief papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from ninety three submissions. The papers disguise numerous issues akin to algebra and class idea; automata and formal languages; concurrency; constraints, common sense and semantic; software program structure and component-based layout; and verification.

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5555, pp. 266– 278. Springer, Heidelberg (2009) 6. : Approximating the stochastic knapsack problem: The benefit of adaptivity. Math. Oper. Res. 33(4), 945–964 (2008) 7. : Dependent rounding and its applications to approximation algorithms. Journal of the ACM 53(3), 324–360 (2006) 8. : Decision making under uncertainty. PhD thesis, University of Maryland (2011) 9. : Private communication (2015) 10. : Improvements and generalizations of stochastic knapsack and multi-armed bandit approximation algorithms: Extended abstract.

T. the one for the bipartite case. ˆAB being the subset of edges of EAB that were rounded to 1, we First, with E ˆAB = P [e ∈ EAB ] · P e ∈ E ˆAB e ∈ EAB = 1 xe . Sechave now that P e ∈ E 2 ond, but for the same reason, using again the negative correlation and marginal distribution properties, we have ⎤ ⎡ 2 − 2pe xe pf xf ˆAB ⎦ ≤ ˆAB = ≤ ≤ 1. pf e ∈ E pf P f ∈ E E⎣ 2 2 ˆ f ∈δ(e) f ∈δ(e) f ∈δ(e) Repeating the steps of the proof of Lemma 2 and including the above inequality we get the following. ˆAB ≥ h (pe ), where Lemma 5.

ICALP 2009, Part I. LNCS, vol. 5555, pp. 266– 278. Springer, Heidelberg (2009) 6. : Approximating the stochastic knapsack problem: The benefit of adaptivity. Math. Oper. Res. 33(4), 945–964 (2008) 7. : Dependent rounding and its applications to approximation algorithms. Journal of the ACM 53(3), 324–360 (2006) 8. : Decision making under uncertainty. PhD thesis, University of Maryland (2011) 9. : Private communication (2015) 10. : Improvements and generalizations of stochastic knapsack and multi-armed bandit approximation algorithms: Extended abstract.

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