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This textbook explains online computation in different settings, with particular emphasis on randomization and advice complexity. These settings are analyzed for various online problems such as the paging problem, the k-server problem, job shop scheduling, the knapsack problem, the bit guessing problem, and problems on graphs. This book is appropriate for undergraduate and graduate students of computer science, assuming a basic knowledge in algorithmics and discrete mathematics. Also researchers will find this a valuable reference for the recent field of advice complexity. von Komm, Dennis
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Dr. Dennis Komm is a lecturer in the Chair of Information Technology and Education at ETH Zürich. His research interests include approximation algorithms for hard optimization problems, re-optimization of optimization problems, and advice complexity in different setups and environments.