
2DCPackGen
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 while at the same time exhibiting intrinsic computational complexity. However, a major limitation has been...

CMPLX
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 CMPLX: Fortran 2008 complex intrinsics on branch cuts. The values of complex functions on branch ... quality of implementation of Fortran complex intrinsics on branch cuts. Fortran intrinsics LOG and SQRT ... standard added support for complex arguments in intrinsic functions ACOS, ACOSH, ASIN, ASINH, ATAN, ATANH ... quality of implementation of Fortran 2008 complex intrinsic functions on branch cuts, arXiv...

Algorithm 719
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 This translator supports multiprecision integer, real, and complex datatypes. The required array space for multiprecision ... upheld. Furthermore, most of the Fortran77 intrinsics, such as ABS, MOD, NINT...

Stardust
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 with intersection and union types is intrinsically complex, our experience so far suggests that...

CLICAL
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 CLICAL evaluates elementary functions with arguments in complex numbers, and their generalizations: quaternions, octonions ... Clifford algebras. CLICAL works directly on intrinsic geometric objects: lines, planes and volumes, represented...

Mobiware
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 systems) lack the intrinsic architectural flexibility to deal with the complexity of supporting adaptive mobile ... adaptive mobile services to dynamically exploit the intrinsic scalable properties of mobile multimedia applications...

Algorithm 912
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 functions using real and complex numbers of any intrinsic data type whose kind type parameter...

DISPMODULE
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 default kind of all intrinsic types (integer, real, complex, logical, and character...

reactingfoamSCI
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 behavior of reacting flows, which intrinsically involve the complex interaction of chemical kinetics and fluid...

FPath
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 cost of reliability. Fractal provides intrinsic support for dynamic reconfiguration, but its definition in terms ... level APIs makes it complex to write reconfigurations and to ensure their reliability. This article...

FScript
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 cost of reliability. Fractal provides intrinsic support for dynamic reconfiguration, but its definition in terms ... level APIs makes it complex to write reconfigurations and to ensure their reliability. This article...

JikesRVM
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 spread language that allows developers to build complex software, even distributed, but it cannot handle ... migration of computations (i.e. threads), due to intrinsic limitations of many traditional JVMs. After analyzing...

Rapsodia
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 concerned with the complexity of computing higherorder derivative tensors even for a modest order ... libraries for the most common intrinsics. Here we explain the algorithmic approach, implementation, and present...

TaylUR
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 automatically compute the numerical values of a complexvalued function’s derivatives with respect ... excluding mixed derivatives. Arithmetic operators and Fortran intrinsics are overloaded to act correctly on objects...

OpenVolumeMesh
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 handles is accomplished in constant time complexity. By making the data structure indexbased ... called the topdown incidences. They are intrinsic to the implemented concept of volumentric meshes ... which can be performed in linear time complexity. Both incidence relations, the topdown...

DEIP
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 termed herein as “couplers”, are used for intrinsic cohesive zone modeling and for the Discontinuous ... topology based and is suitable for complex, unstructured meshes of mixedtype linear and quadratic...

Virtuelium
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 intrinsic parameters that can be concentrated in only one notion: the components of the complex ... light with materials defined by their intrinsic (fundamental optical properties) and extrinsic (mainly geometrical whatever...

SimEnv
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 complexity of the Earth system, the intrinsic variability of its processes and the limited knowledge...

SpatiaLite
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 fully fledged Spatial SQL capabilities. SQLite is intrinsically simple and lightweight: a single lightweight library ... implementation: almost complete SQL92; no complex client/server architecture; a whole database simply corresponds...

AECAM
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 automata provides incredibly simple paradigms for solving complex problems in areas like biology, combinatorial mathematics ... formulating algorithms with intrinsic parallelism and yet keeping things as simple as possible. The authors...