Fast Multiple Order-Preserving Matching Algorithms
Myoungji Han, Munseong kang, Sukhyeun Cho, Geonmo Gu, Jeong Seop Sim, and Kunsoo Park
Given a text T and a pattern P, the order-preserving matching problem is to find all substrings in T which have the same relative orders as P. Order-preserving matching has been an active research area since it was introduced by Kubica et al.  and Kim et al. . In this paper we present two algorithms for the multiple order-preserving matching problem, one of which runs in sublinear time on average and the other in linear time on average. Both algorithms run much faster than the previous algorithms.
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