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By A. K. Amoura, E. Bampis, C. Kenyon, Y. Manoussakis (auth.), Rainer Burkard, Gerhard Woeginger (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifth Annual overseas ecu Symposium on Algorithms, ESA'97, held in Graz, Austria, September 1997.
The 38 revised complete papers provided have been chosen from 112 submitted papers. The papers tackle a extensive spectrum of theoretical and applicational elements in algorithms idea and layout. one of the subject matters coated are approximation algorithms, graph and community algorithms, combinatorial optimization, computational biology, computational arithmetic, info compression, disbursed computing, evolutionary algorithms, neural computing, on-line algorithms, parallel computing, trend matching, and others.

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