Zero-Suppressed Binary Decision Diagrams Resilient to Index Faults.- On Partial Vertex Cover and Budgeted Maximum Coverage Problems in Bipartite Graphs.- Perfect Pipelining for Streaming Large File in Peer-to-Peer Networks.- The Shortest Path Game: Complexity and Algorithms.- Online Scheduling of Unit Length Jobs with Commitment and Penalties.- The Lazy Matroid Problem.- Treewidth Computation and Kernelization in the Parallel External Memory Model.- Capturing Bisimulation-Invariant Complexity Classes with Higher-Order Modal Fixpoint Logic.- Sensitivity, Block Sensitivity, and Certificate Complexity of Unate Functions and Read-Once Functions.- Subshifts, MSO Logic, and Collapsing Hierarchies.- Fast Nondeterministic Matrix Multiplication via Derandomization of Freivalds' Algorithm.- Not All Multi-valued Partial CFL Functions Are Refined by Single-Valued Functions.- Characterizing Polynomial and Exponential Complexity Classes in Elementary Lambda-Calculus.- A Hoare-Like Calculus Using the SROIQs Logic on Transformations of Graphs.- Termination Analysis for Graph Transformation Systems.- Tropical Two-Way Automata.- Parametric LTL on Markov Chains.- Specifying and Verifying Properties of Space.- Primal Infon Logic with Conjunctions as Sets.- From Display Calculi to Deep Nested Sequent Calculi: Formalised for Full Intuitionistic Linear Logic.- Towards a Coalgebraic Chomsky Hierarchy (Extended Abstract).- Strong Completeness for Iteration-Free Coalgebraic Dynamic Logics.- Quantitative Types for the Linear Substitution Calculus.- Generic Partition Refinement Algorithms for Coalgebras and an Instantiation to Weighted Automata.- Looking at Separation Algebras with Boolean BI-eyes.- The Inhabitation Problem for Non-idempotent Intersection Types.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th FIP WG 2.2 International Conference, TCS 2014, held in Rome, Italy, in September 2014.The 26 revised full papers presented, together with two invited talks, were carefully reviewed and selected from 73 submissions.
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TCS-2014 consisted of two tracks, with separate program committees, which dealt respectively with:
- Track A: Algorithms, Complexity and Models of Computation, and
- Track B: Logic, Semantics, Specification and Verification