TABLE OF CONTENTS

Augment or push? A computational study of bipartite matching and unit
capacity maximum flow algorithms.
B. V. Cherkassky, A. V. Goldberg, P. Martin, J. C. Setubal and
J. Stolfi.

Implementations of dynamic tree collections based on splay trees.
T. Radzik.

Greedy matching algorithms, an experimental study.
J. Magun.

Efficient, adaptable implementations of graph algorithms.
D. Kuel, M. Nissen and K. Weihe.

Practical performance of efficient minimum cut algorithms.
M. Juenger, G. Rinaldi and S. Thienel.

Experimental analysis of dynamic algorithms for the single source
shortest path problem.
D. Frigioni, M. Ioffreda, U. Nanni and G. Pasqualone.

A first experimental study of a dynamic transitive closure algorithm.
T. Miller and C. Zaroliagis.

Reactive local search for maximum clique.
R. Battiti and M. Protasi.

A discrete neural algorithm for the maximum clique problem: analysis and
circuit implementation.
A. Bertoni, P. Campadelli and G. Grossi.

Early experiences in implementing the buffer tree.
D. Hutchinson, A. Maheswari, J. Sack and R. Velicescu.

The ice rink problem.
B. Moret, M. Collins, J. Saia and L. Yu.

AGDLibrary: a library of algorithms for graph drawing.
D. Alberts, C. Gutwenger, P. Mutzel and S. Naeher.

A robust and efficient implementation of a sweep line algorithm
for the straight line segment intersection problem.
U. Bartuschka, K. Mehlhorn and S. Naeher.

A case study in algorithm engineering for geometric computing.
R. Tamassia, L. Vismara and J. E. Baker.

LEONARDO: a software visualization system.
P. Crescenzi,
C. Demetrescu, I. Finocchi and R. Petreschi.

Implementing radixsort.
A. Andersson and S. Nilsson.

The architecture of a software library for string processing.
A. Czumaj, P. Ferragina, L. Gasieniec, S. Muthukrishnan and J. Traeff.

Vertextovertex parallel radiosity on clusters of PCs.
A. BarLev, A. Itzkovitz, A. Raviv and A. Schuster.

Fast compression state lookup of Internet packet headers.
B. Nordgren and M. Sundstrom.

A parallel algorithm for the simulation of the immune response.
Massimo Bernaschi, joint work with F. Castiglione and S. Succi.
Invited Lecture.

Computing Groebner bases in the Boolean setting
with applications to counting.
A. Bernasconi, B. Codenotti, V. Crespi and G. Resta

Data structure for solving programming problems concerning segments in a
sequence.
Y. Futamura, C. Shirai, Y. Liu, N. Futamura and K. Kakehi.

Database learning: a method for empirical algorithm design.
M. Goldberg and D. Hollinger.
Workshop on Algorithm Engineering