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Automata, Languages and Programming: 38th International Colloquium, ICALP 2011, Zurich, Switzerland

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ICALP 2011, the 38th edition of the International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming, was held in Z¨urich, Switzerland, during July 4–8, 2011. ICALP is a series of annual conferences of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS) which first took place in 1972. This year, the ICALP program consisted of three tracks: the established Track A (focusing on Algorithms, Complexity and Games) and Track B (focusing on Logic, Semantics, Automata and Theory of Programming), and a Track C focusing on Foundations of Networked Computation: Models, Algorithms and Information Management.

In response to the call for papers, the Program Committee received 398 submissions: 243 for Track A (three of which were later withdrawn), 103 for Track B and 52 for Track C. Out of these, 114 papers were selected for inclusion in the scientific program: 68 papers for Track A, 29 for Track B, and 17 for Track C. The selection was made by the Program Committees based on originality, quality, and relevance to theoretical computer science. The quality of the manuscripts was very high indeed, and many deserving papers could not be selected.

The EATCS sponsored both a best paper and a best student paper (all authors are students) award for each of the three tracks, to be selected by the Program Committees. The best paper awards were given to Malte Beecken, Johannes Mittmann, and Nitin Saxena for their paper “Algebraic Independence and Blackbox Identity Testing” (Track A), to Olivier Carton, Thomas Colcombet, and Gabriele Puppis for their paper “Regular Languages of Words Over Countable Linear Orderings” (Track B), and to Martin Hoefer for his paper “Local Matching Dynamics in Social Networks” (Track C). The best student paper awards were given to Shi Li for his paper “A 1.488-Approximation Algorithm for the Uncapacitated Facility Location Problem” (Track A), to Martin Delacourt for his paper “Rice’s Theorem for mu-Limit Sets of Cellular Automata” (Track B), and to Shiri Chechik for her paper “Fault-Tolerant Compact Routing Schemes for General Graphs” (Track C).

ICALP 2011 consisted of five invited lectures and the contributed papers. This volume of the proceedings contains all contributed papers from Track A, except for the two papers that received one of the best paper awards. These two papers are contained in a companion volume, together with all contributed papers from Track B and Track C, and the papers by four of the invited speakers: Rajeev Alur (University of Pennsylvania, USA), Thore Husfeldt (IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Catuscia Palamidessi (INRIA Saclay and LIX, France), and Ronen Shaltiel (University of Haifa, Israel). The program had an additional invited lecture by ´Eva Tardos (Cornell University, USA), which does not appear in the proceedings.

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