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Plenary Talks -- New Research Directions in the Information Age -- The Laplacian Paradigm: Emerging Algorithms for Massive Graphs -- Special Sessions -- Proof Complexity of Non-classical Logics -- Optimal Acceptors and Optimal Proof Systems -- The Complexity of Geometric Problems in High Dimension -- Different Approaches to Proof Systems -- Algebraic Proofs over Noncommutative Formulas -- Contributed Papers -- Nonlocal Quantum XOR Games for Large Number of Players -- Nontriviality for Exponential Time w.r.t. Weak Reducibilities -- Streaming Algorithms for Some Problems in Log-Space -- Temperature Aware Online Scheduling with a Low Cooling Factor -- On Solution Concepts for Matching Games -- Binary De Bruijn Partial Words with One Hole -- Complexity Invariance of Real Interpretations -- Pivot and Loop Complementation on Graphs and Set Systems -- Revisiting the Minimum Breakpoint Linearization Problem -- An -time Algorithm for the Minimal Interval Completion Problem -- Centdian Computation for Sensor Networks -- Twisted Jacobi Intersections Curves -- L(2,1,1)-Labeling Is NP-Complete for Trees -- Complexity of Paths, Trails and Circuits in Arc-Colored Digraphs -- The Max k-Cut Game and Its Strong Equilibria -- Kernel and Fast Algorithm for Dense Triplet Inconsistency -- Incremental List Coloring of Graphs, Parameterized by Conservation -- Schnyder Greedy Routing Algorithm -- Exploiting Restricted Linear Structure to Cope with the Hardness of Clique-Width -- A Note on the Testability of Ramsey’s Class -- Deterministic Polynomial-Time Algorithms for Designing Short DNA Words -- Hamiltonian Cycles in Subcubic Graphs: What Makes the Problem Difficult -- A Dichotomy for k-Regular Graphs with {0, 1}-Vertex Assignments and Real Edge Functions -- Graph Sharing Games: Complexity and Connectivity -- A Visual Model of Computation -- An Automata-Theoretic Characterization of the Chomsky-Hierarchy -- Maximum Independent Set in Graphs of Average Degree at Most Three in -- Simultaneity in Event Structures -- Safety Verification of Non-linear Hybrid Systems Is Quasi-Semidecidable -- Closed Rectangle-of-Influence Drawings for Irreducible Triangulations -- Recovering Social Networks from Contagion Information -- Two-Layer Planarization Parameterized by Feedback Edge Set -- A Categorical View of Timed Weak Bisimulation -- Community Structure in Large Complex Networks -- Generating Internally Triconnected Rooted Plane Graphs.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Theory and Applications of Models of Computation, TAMC 2010, held in Prague, Czech Republic, in June 2010. The 35 revised full papers presented together with 5 contributions of special sessions as well as 2 plenary talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 76 submissions. The papers address the three main themes of the conference which were computability, complexity, and algorithms and present current research in these fields with aspects to theoretical computer science, algorithmic mathematics, and applications to the physical sciences.

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