The most useful things are:

- Tool for extracting graphs from images of things like leaves, slime molds, insect wings, etc.
- Tool for compiling single chapters in LaTeX documents.
- Tool for mail-merge tasks with LaTeX

The least useful thing is a fish simulation that by now has fallen prey to improved security standards in browsers. Back in the day you could just run Java applets…

More can be found on my Github page

- Block, Marco; Neumann, Adrian:
*Haskell-Intensivkurs*, Springer 2011 - Karl Bringmann, Kurt Mehlhorn, Adrian Neumann:
*Remarks on Category-Based Routing in Social Networks*, Preprint on arXiv - Karl Bringmann, Benjamin Doerr, Adrian Neumann, Jakub Sliacan:
*Online Checkpointing with Improved Worst-Case Guarantees*, ICALP 2013, Preprint on arXiv - Kurt Mehlhorn, Adrian Neumann, Jens M. Schmidt:
*Certifying 3-Edge-Connectivity*, WG 2013, Preprint on arXiv - Sayan Bhattacharya, Parinya Chalermsook, Kurt Mehlhorn, Adrian Neumann:
*New Approximability Results for the Robust k-Median Problem*, Preprint on arXiv - Michael Dirnberger, Tim Kehl, Adrian Neumann:
*NEFI: Network Extraction From Images*, Scientific Reports 2015

- Linear Optimization
- Counting subgraphs in streams
- Distributing balls into bins
- Ullman’s Subgraph Isomorphism Algorithm
- Cuckoo Hashing
- Guessing Games
- Mastermind
- A graph of NP-complete problems

- Software Archeology
- C++
- Rust