CLUSTER:IEEE International Conference on Cluster Computing。 Explanation:IEEE集群计算国际会议。 Publisher:IEEE。 SIT: https://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/conf/cluster/

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In the Priority $k$-Center problem, the input consists of a metric space $(X,d)$, an integer $k$ and for each point $v \in X$ a priority radius $r(v)$. The goal is to choose $k$-centers $S \subseteq X$ to minimize $\max_{v \in X} \frac{1}{r(v)} d(v,S)$. If all $r(v)$'s were uniform, one obtains the classical $k$-center problem. Plesn\'ik [Plesn\'ik, Disc. Appl. Math. 1987] introduced this problem and gave a $2$-approximation algorithm matching the best possible algorithm for vanilla $k$-center. We show how the problem is related to two different notions of fair clustering [Harris et al., NeurIPS 2018; Jung et al., FORC 2020]. Motivated by these developments we revisit the problem and, in our main technical contribution, develop a framework that yields constant factor approximation algorithms for Priority $k$-Center with outliers. Our framework extends to generalizations of Priority $k$-Center to matroid and knapsack constraints, and as a corollary, also yields algorithms with fairness guarantees in the lottery model of Harris et al.

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In the Priority $k$-Center problem, the input consists of a metric space $(X,d)$, an integer $k$ and for each point $v \in X$ a priority radius $r(v)$. The goal is to choose $k$-centers $S \subseteq X$ to minimize $\max_{v \in X} \frac{1}{r(v)} d(v,S)$. If all $r(v)$'s were uniform, one obtains the classical $k$-center problem. Plesn\'ik [Plesn\'ik, Disc. Appl. Math. 1987] introduced this problem and gave a $2$-approximation algorithm matching the best possible algorithm for vanilla $k$-center. We show how the problem is related to two different notions of fair clustering [Harris et al., NeurIPS 2018; Jung et al., FORC 2020]. Motivated by these developments we revisit the problem and, in our main technical contribution, develop a framework that yields constant factor approximation algorithms for Priority $k$-Center with outliers. Our framework extends to generalizations of Priority $k$-Center to matroid and knapsack constraints, and as a corollary, also yields algorithms with fairness guarantees in the lottery model of Harris et al.

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