Computing and Combinatorics: Third Annual International by Sajal K. Das, M. Cristina Pinotti (auth.), Tao Jiang, D. T.

By Sajal K. Das, M. Cristina Pinotti (auth.), Tao Jiang, D. T. Lee (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the 3rd Annual foreign Computing and Combinatorics convention, COCOON'97, held in Shanghai, China, in August 1997.
The quantity offers fifty three revised complete papers chosen from a complete of 106 submissions. The papers are equipped in sections on parallel and dispensed computing, computational geometry, complexity, computational biology, computability, cryptography and computational finance, graph algorithms, algorithms, rewriting and common sense, algorithms and functions, automata languages and complexity, and mathematical programming and genetic algorithms.

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By Sajal K. Das, M. Cristina Pinotti (auth.), Tao Jiang, D. T. Lee (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the 3rd Annual foreign Computing and Combinatorics convention, COCOON'97, held in Shanghai, China, in August 1997.
The quantity offers fifty three revised complete papers chosen from a complete of 106 submissions. The papers are equipped in sections on parallel and dispensed computing, computational geometry, complexity, computational biology, computability, cryptography and computational finance, graph algorithms, algorithms, rewriting and common sense, algorithms and functions, automata languages and complexity, and mathematical programming and genetic algorithms.

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