New papers

I got two really good news after my return from LATIN. Our paper (with Gonzalo Navarro) about compact Web graphs representations was accepted for publications in ACM Transactions on the Web (TWEB). This was one of the main results in my masters thesis. I uploaded some of the code and documentation related to our TWEB paper to .

The second good news was that the extended paper about Straight-Line programs (also with Gonzalo Navarro) was accepted into Fundamenta Informaticae. We included some new results. In particular, we gave an improved version for finding the most common substring in a grammar compressed text. Another novelty is an adaptation of our index to the case when the input is not a grammar but a set of rules and a sequence of (non)terminal symbols. In this case, expanding that last sequence, according to the rules, generates the text.

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