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  1. Bell, Nathan; Hirani, Anil N.: PyDEC, software and algorithms for discretization of exterior calculus (2012)
  2. Benincasa, Paolo; Ramallo, Alfonso V.: Holographic Kondo model in various dimensions (2012)
  3. Benincasa, Paolo; Ramallo, Alfonso V.: Fermionic impurities in Chern-Simons-matter theories (2012)
  4. Budišić, Marko; Mezić, Igor: Geometry of the ergodic quotient reveals coherent structures in flows (2012)
  5. Daniel Foreman-Mackey, David W. Hogg, Dustin Lang, Jonathan Goodman: emcee: The MCMC Hammer (2012) arXiv
  6. Douglass, Rod W.: Laplace-Beltrami enhancement for unstructured two-dimensional meshes having dendritic elements and boundary node movement (2012)
  7. Eduardo dos Santos Pereira, Oswaldo D. Miranda: Programing Using High Level Design With Python and FORTRAN: A Study Case in Astrophysics (2012) arXiv
  8. Feist, Dankrad T. J.: Interactions of (B = 4) Skyrmions (2012)
  9. Gay-Balmaz, François; Holm, Darryl D.; Meier, David M.; Ratiu, Tudor S.; Vialard, François-Xavier: Invariant higher-order variational problems (2012)
  10. Hale, J. S.; Baiz, P. M.: A locking-free meshfree method for the simulation of shear-deformable plates based on a mixed variational formulation (2012)
  11. Klöckner, Andreas; Pinto, Nicolas; Lee, Yunsup; Catanzaro, Bryan; Ivanov, Paul; Fasih, Ahmed: PyCUDA and PyOpenCL: a scripting-based approach to GPU run-time code generation (2012) ioport
  12. Miszczak, J. A.; Gawron, P.; Puchała, Z.: Qubit flip game on a Heisenberg spin chain (2012)
  13. Perez, Ruben E.; Jansen, Peter W.; Martins, Joaquim R. R. A.: PyOpt: a python-based object-oriented framework for nonlinear constrained optimization (2012)
  14. Ruotsalainen, Lauri; Vuorinen, Matti: Numerical methods with Sage (2012)
  15. Shaw, Kendrick M.; Park, Young-Min; Chiel, Hillel J.; Thomas, Peter J.: Phase resetting in an asymptotically phaseless system: on the phase response of limit cycles verging on a heteroclinic orbit (2012)
  16. Tamm, Kert; Salupere, Andrus: On the propagation of 1D solitary waves in Mindlin-type microstructured solids (2012)
  17. Yuffa, Alex J.; Scales, John A.: Object-oriented electrodynamic S-matrix code with modern applications (2012)
  18. Brüderle, Daniel; Petrovici, Mihai A.; Vogginger, Bernhard; Ehrlich, Matthias; Pfeil, Thomas: A comprehensive workflow for general-purpose neural modeling with highly configurable neuromorphic hardware systems (2011) ioport
  19. Flatscher, T.; Daxner, T.; Pahr, D. H.; Rammerstorfer, F. G.: Optimization of corrugated paperboard under local and global buckling constraints (2011)
  20. Grossberg, Stephen; Markowitz, Jeffrey; Cao, Yongqiang: On the road to invariant recognition: explaining tradeoff and morph properties of cells in inferotemporal cortex using multiple-scale task-sensitive attentive learning (2011) ioport

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