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For the MBRP we use the same basic algorithm as for the MCRP. g. only recolorings that, for each real color c, either recolor all or none of the vertices initially colored with c. Following this approach, a characteristic of a node v should only represent recolorings that, for each real color c, either recolor all or none of the vertices u in G(v) for which C(u) = c holds. If in the latter case there is a vertex in G(v) and also a vertex outside G(v) initially colored with c, we therefore claim that a vertex of B(v) is also colored with c since otherwise the recoloring can not be extended to a legal convex recoloring not recoloring any vertex of c.
From the algorithm description obviously GB := CV ∪ CH ∪ GS ∪ GU . Let GC := GB ∩ (CV ∪ CH ), whereas GU := GB ∩ S. Lemma 5. L(CV ∪ CH ) ≤ 2L(GC ) − 2HB − 2WB . Proof. We divide CV ∪ CH into two parts: let C1 be the set of segments for each degenerate vertical and horizontal strip, as well as the segments added in the ﬁrst loop of procedures CreateNVC and CreateNHC. Let C2 represent the union of the segments added in the second loop. In addition, denote C1 := GC ∩ C1 , and C2 := GC ∩ C2 . Observing that C1 is the union of the segments in degenerate strips and ∂B, it is easy to show that ∂B ⊆ C1 = C1 .
For any block B, L(GB ) ≤ 2L(GB ). Proof. For any trivial block B, the relation obviously holds since L(GB ) = HB + WB . Let B be a non-trivial block, L(GB ) ≤ L(CV ∩ CH ) + L(GS ) + L(GU ) ≤ 2L(GC ) + 2L(GU ) + 2L(GD ) + L(GS ) − 2HB − 2WB ≤ 2L(GC ) + 2L(GU ). Recall that GC = GB ∩ (CV ∪ CH ), GU = GB ∩ SU . By the deﬁnition of staircases, it holds that (CV ∪ CH ) ∩ SU = ∅. This means GC and GU are disjoint parts of GB . Therefore L(GB ) ≤ 2L(GC ) + 2L(GU ) ≤ 2L(GB ). Corollary 1. L(G) ≤ 2L(G ).