# Termination Of Nested And Mutually Recursive Algorithms

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In this formula, recursive procedures produce cyclic dependencies of their Summary f predicates. If abstractions are used to lazily solve the formula, the invariant Inv f and the termination argument RR f be-come interdependent. Similarly, invariants of nested loops are dependent on each other. Rewriting nested loops into a single loop with

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In this formula, recursive procedures produce cyclic dependencies of their Summaryf predicates. If abstractions are used to lazily solve the formula, the invariant Invf and the termination argument RRf be-come interdependent. Similarly, invariants of nested loops are dependent on each other. Rewriting nested

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### THE COMPLETION OF LOCALLY REFINED SIMPLICIAL PARTITIONS

recursive bisections to T is called a level descendent of T. Every di erent tagging of a simplex creates a di erent set of descendents. Remark 2.1. Thebisectionrulesin[Mau95,Tra97], andforn = 3in[B an91,Kos94], arenot equal to ours. If T has re nement edge fx0;x1g, then with our approachthe

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recursive bisections to T is called a level £ descendant of T. One may verify that the refinement edge of a tagged simplex of type 0 will not be further cut until the creation of level n + 1 descendants. Generally, this is not true for a tagged simplex of type unequal to 0. Yet, an edge will never be cut on two consecutive levels.

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even though we would expect, as sequential recursive definitions first of map and then of squarelist would yield, the type of map to be map: V a.VP.(a + /3) x cvlist + Plist If we were to use map in another line of the same mutually recursive definition with an argument type

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efficiency and, often, to guarantee the termination, of the forward chaining exe- cution phase that implements the fixpoint computation for the recursive query. A

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recursive call for each of its children. Alg. 1 is related to several recent algorithms. For example, in the case of exactly two modules, Alg. 1 is equivalent to (the simplest case of) the prooﬂess interpolant computing algorithm introduced in [6], and it also resembles typical all-SAT procedures [12] and some 2QBF solvers [18].

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been bisected. In this paper, we extend this result to bisection algorithms of n-simplices, with that generalizing the result concerning optimality of the adaptive ﬁnite element method to general space dimensions. 1. Introduction Nowadays, adaptive ﬁnite element methods are a popular tool for the numerical solution of boundary value problems.

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tional Geometry and Applications, 9(6):517-532 (1999) Conference version: Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures, (WADS), pp 188 199, 1993 (with M. Bern and D. Eppstein). Greedy algorithms for low energy and mutually distant sampling. J. Algorithms, 30: 52 67, January 1999. How good is recursive bisection.