Graph-Drawing Contest Report
This report describes the Seventh Annual Graph Drawing Contest, held in conjunction with the 2000 Graph Drawing Symposium in Williamsburg, Virginia. The purpose of the contest is to monitor and challenge the current state of the art in graph-drawing technology ,, ,,,.
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