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Does anyone know why the header of List of Algorithms is not equal to the format of List of Tables when both using with

\listoftables

or

\listofalgorithms

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Ok seems to be a problem with the LLNCS template. They did change the List of Tables and List of Figures header format, but they did not consider the List of Algorithms. –  user23947 Jan 4 '13 at 12:20
    
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closed as too localized by Qrrbrbirlbel, Werner, Marco Daniel, Thorsten, Paul Gaborit Feb 18 '13 at 6:39

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The algorithm2e package doesn't play nice with this. I had to hack it (using memoir, might make a difference, as it redefines lots of stuff!):

\newlistof{listofalgorithms}{loa}{\listalgorithmcfname}

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