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T − 1]), we set T [f (s)] = j. Thus the hash function f can be used in conjunction with the table T in order to get at least the position of one occurrence of every substring of p of length t. Note that the space occupancy of f is O(m − t) = O(m) bits while the space occupancy of T is (m − t) log m ≤ m log m bits. Note also the hash function f can be evaluated in O(1) time as it operates on strings of length t = 3 logσ m characters, which is O(log m) = O(w) bits. Next, the matching of p in a text T follows the usual strategy used in the other average optimal string matching algorithms.
Colored Bottleneck Games Bottleneck Games SCfib (A) = max nf,a (A) f ∈F a∈[W ] |EA | |EOPT | N W — SCmax (A) = max Ci (A) Θ N W Θ(N )  SCsum (A) = Θ N W Θ(N )  i∈[N] Ci (A) i∈[N] Table 2. The pure price of anarchy of Colored Congestion Games (sum player cost) under diﬀerent social costs. Results for classical congestion games are shown in the right column. Colored Congestion Games Congestion Games SCfib (A) = max nf,a (A) f ∈F Θ a∈[W ] SCmax (A) = max Ci (A) i∈[N] SCsum (A) = Ci (A) W |F | N W Θ 5 2 — Θ √ 5 2 N   i∈[N] Our main contribution is the derivation of tight bounds on the price of anarchy for Colored Resource Allocation Games.
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