Participants are invited to submit articles for presentation at the workshop reporting on the implementation and experimental evaluation of particular algorithms. Articles should include results for the challenge testbed so that there is common ground for comparison. Algorithms that improve the state-of-the-art in practice are encouraged, as are other works of scientific merit. In particular, the experimental evaluation of algorithms with good theoretical guarantees is encouraged as well.
Submissions will be filtered by members of the organizing and advisory committees. Authors of accepted papers must prepare a final version to be posted online a few days before the workshop. Authors are free to update and improve their results for the final version.
At least one author of each accepted paper must attend the workshop. Submission of multiple articles by the same author(s) is allowed.
Since articles will not be strictly refereed, participants are welcome to submit versions of work previously published elsewhere, as long as it is clearly marked as such (on the title page). Only previously unpublished work may be invited for submission to the special issue of MPC (Mathematical Programming Computation) dedicated to the challenge.