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This file describes how to use a series of programs written to implement the estimates given in Random weighting, asymptotic counting and inverse isoperimetry , by Alexander Barvinok and Alex Samorodnitsky. The programs are given by Alexander Yong (email: Please report and suggestions or bugs. We use implementations of the Hungarian algorithm (LAP code due to R. Jonker and A. Volgenant, email: and H. Gabow's N-cubed weighted perfect matching algorithm, written by Ed Rothberg, found at:

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