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This quantity includes the papers awarded on the tenth foreign Workshopon Approximation Algorithms for Combinatorial Optimization Problems(APPROX 2007) and the eleventh overseas Workshop on Randomization andComputation (RANDOM 2007), which happened simultaneously at PrincetonUniversity, on August 20–22, 2007. APPROX specializes in algorithmic and complexityissues surrounding the advance of effective approximate solutionsto computationally tricky difficulties.
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