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According to the deﬁnition of M , it follows that lcptab[lastIndex] > lcptab[q ]. This, however, implies that lastIndex must have been popped from the stack when index q was considered. This contradiction shows that lastIndex is the maximum of M . up := lastIndex statement is executed, then lcptab[top] ≤ lcptab[i] < lcptab[lastIndex] and top < lastIndex < i. i − 1] : lcptab[k] ≥ lcptab[q]}. i − 1] and lcptab[lastIndex] > lcptab[i]. Moreover, for all k with lastIndex < k < i we have lcptab[k] ≥ lcptab[lastIndex] because otherwise lastIndex would have been popped earlier from the stack.
M − 1] = P ). Otherwise, if < m, then we test whether ω[ .. − 1] = P [ .. − 1]. If not, then P does not occur in S. If so, we search with getInterval(i , j , P [ ]) for the next interval, and so on. Enumerative queries can be answered in optimal O(m + z) time as follows. r] using the preceding algorithm. This takes O(m) time. Then we can report the start position of every occurrence of P in S by enumerating suftab[l], . . , suftab[r]. In other words, if P occurs z times in S, then reporting the start position of every occurrence requires O(z) time in addition.
Down ≤ j. 2. up ≤ j. 3. down ≤ j. Proof. (1) First, consider index j + 1. Suppose lcptab[j + 1] = and let I be the corresponding -interval. j]. up ≤ j. j] is not a child interval of I , then we consider index i. Suppose lcptab[i] = and let I be the corresponding -interval. j] is a child interval of I . down = min Indices(i, j). down ≤ j. j]} = min Indices(i, j). j]. i1 − 1] the inequality lcptab[k] > = lcptab[i1 ] holds. j], we have lcptab[q] ≥ > lcptab[i] but not lcptab[i1 ] > lcptab[q]. j] is found, the remaining indices i2 < i3 < .