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Efficient Algorithms for Network Optimization

@inproceedings{Taejae2010EfficientAF,
  title={Efficient Algorithms for Network Optimization},
  author={Bobekt E. Taejae},
  year={2010}
}
This paper is a survey of recent improvements in algorithms for four classical network optimization problems. The problems we consider are those of finding minimum spanning trees, shortest paths, maximum network flows, and maximum matchings. For each problem we summarize the history of work on the problem and the current state of the art. We conclude by discussing the techniques that have led to the most efficient known algorithms. 
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