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By Rajeev Raman, Robert Sedgewick, Matthias F. Stallmann

Workshops held in Miami, Florida, January 21, 2006.

The annual Workshop on set of rules Engineering and Experiments (ALENEX) offers a discussion board for the presentation of unique learn in all features of set of rules engineering, together with the implementation and experimental overview of algorithms and knowledge buildings. The workshop was once backed by way of SIAM, the Society for commercial and utilized arithmetic, and SIGACT, the ACM targeted curiosity staff on Algorithms and Computation thought. the purpose of ANALCO is to supply a discussion board for the presentation of unique learn within the research of algorithms and linked combinatorial constructions.

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