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  1. Ashley, Caleb; Burelle, Jean-Philippe; Lawton, Sean: Rank 1 character varieties of finitely presented groups (2018)
  2. Berman, Paul R.: Introductory quantum mechanics. A traditional approach emphasizing connections with classical physics (2018)
  3. Boeck, Thomas; Terzijska, Džulia; Eichfelder, Gabriele: Maximum electromagnetic drag configurations for a translating conducting cylinder with distant magnetic dipoles (2018)
  4. Buchalla, G.; Catà, O.; Celis, A.; Knecht, M.; Krause, C.: Complete one-loop renormalization of the Higgs-electroweak chiral Lagrangian (2018)
  5. Cakiroglu, Sera Aylin: Optimal regular graph designs (2018)
  6. Cunningham, Mark A.: Beyond classical physics (2018)
  7. Dasgupta, Gautam: Finite element concepts. A closed-form algebraic development (2018)
  8. Dobrushkin, Vladimir A.: Applied differential equations with boundary value problems (2018)
  9. Fasi, Massimiliano; Higham, Nicholas J.: Multiprecision algorithms for computing the matrix logarithm (2018)
  10. Fré, Pietro Giuseppe; Fedotov, Alexander: Groups and manifolds. Lectures for physicists with examples in Mathematica (2018)
  11. Gawron, Maciej; Miska, Piotr; Ulas, Maciej: Arithmetic properties of coefficients of power series expansion of $\prod _n=0^\infty \left( 1-x^2^n\right) ^t$ (with an appendix by Andrzej Schinzel) (2018)
  12. Geum, Young Hee; Kim, Young Ik; Neta, Beny: Constructing a family of optimal eighth-order modified Newton-type multiple-zero finders along with the dynamics behind their purely imaginary extraneous fixed points (2018)
  13. Golgoon, Ashkan; Yavari, Arash: Nonlinear elastic inclusions in anisotropic solids (2018)
  14. Grahovac, Danijel: Densities of ruin-related quantities in the Cramér-Lundberg model with Pareto claims (2018)
  15. Guevara, Douglas Navarro: Primitive transcendental functions and symbolic computation (2018)
  16. Hernández-Verón, M.A.; Martínez, Eulalia: Improving the accessibility of Steffensen’s method by decomposition of operators (2018)
  17. Hossein Poor, Jamal; Raab, Clemens G.; Regensburger, Georg: Algorithmic operator algebras via normal forms in tensor rings (2018)
  18. Jiang, Zhengjun; Xia, Weixuan: Volatility modeling with leverage effect under Laplace errors (2018)
  19. Jones, Peter Watts; Smith, Peter: Stochastic processes. An introduction. (2018)
  20. Lee, Jon; Skipper, Daphne: Computing with an algebraic-perturbation variant of Barvinok’s algorithm (2018)

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