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  9. Dubitzky, Werner; Lopes, Philippe; Davis, Jesse; Berrar, Daniel: The Open International Soccer Database for machine learning (2019)
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  14. Hu, Yueqin; Treinen, Raymond: A one-step method for modelling longitudinal data with differential equations (2019)
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  18. Li, Weiwei; Jia, Xiuyi; Wang, Lu; Zhou, Bing: Multi-objective attribute reduction in three-way decision-theoretic rough set model (2019)
  19. Li, Zibo; Sun, Guangmin; He, Cunfu; Liu, Xiucheng; Zhang, Ruihuan; Li, Yu; Zhao, Dequn; Liu, Hao; Zhang, Fan: Multi-variable regression methods using modified Chebyshev polynomials of class 2 (2019)
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