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  1. Drzisga, Daniel; Keith, Brendan; Wohlmuth, Barbara: The surrogate matrix methodology: low-cost assembly for isogeometric analysis (2020)
  2. Duncan N. Johnstone, Ben H. Martineau, Phillip Crout, Paul A. Midgley, Alexander S. Eggeman: Density-based clustering of crystal orientations and misorientations and the orix python library (2020) arXiv
  3. Dutta, Supriyo: Constructing non-isomorphic signless Laplacian cospectral graphs (2020)
  4. Dutta, Supriyo; Adhikari, Bibhas: Construction of cospectral graphs (2020)
  5. Emerson Boeira; Diego Eckhard: pyvrft: A Python package for the Virtual Reference Feedback Tuning, a direct data-driven control method (2020) not zbMATH
  6. Emmanuel Jordy Menvouta, Sven Serneels, Tim Verdonck: direpack: A Python 3 package for state-of-the-art statistical dimension reduction methods (2020) arXiv
  7. Faouzi, Johann; Janati, Hicham: pyts: a Python package for time series classification (2020)
  8. Fernando Pérez-García, Rachel Sparks, Sebastien Ourselin: TorchIO: a Python library for efficient loading, preprocessing, augmentation and patch-based sampling of medical images in deep learning (2020) arXiv
  9. Fjordholm, U. S.; Lye, K.; Mishra, S.; Weber, F.: Statistical solutions of hyperbolic systems of conservation laws: numerical approximation (2020)
  10. Francesco Biscani; Dario Izzo: A parallel global multiobjective framework for optimization: pagmo (2020) not zbMATH
  11. Francesco Witte; Ilja Tuschy: TESPy: Thermal Engineering Systems in Python (2020) not zbMATH
  12. Frison, Gianluca; Sartor, Tommaso; Zanelli, Andrea; Diehl, Moritz: The BLAS API of BLASFEO: optimizing performance for small matrices (2020)
  13. Gavrilov, Serge N.; Krivtsov, Anton M.: Steady-state kinetic temperature distribution in a two-dimensional square harmonic scalar lattice lying in a viscous environment and subjected to a point heat source (2020)
  14. Golman, Boris; Andreev, Vsevolod V.; Skrzypacz, Piotr: Dead-core solutions for slightly non-isothermal diffusion-reaction problems with power-law kinetics (2020)
  15. Gómez-Larrañaga, J. C.; González-Acuña, F.; Heil, Wolfgang: Models of simply-connected trivalent 2-dimensional stratifolds (2020)
  16. González-González, José M.; Vázquez-Méndez, Miguel E.; Diéguez-Aranda, Ulises: A note on the regularity of a new metric for measuring even-flow in forest planning (2020)
  17. Guioth, Jules; Jack, Robert L.: Dynamical phase transitions for the activity biased Ising model in a magnetic field (2020)
  18. Hamedmohseni, Bardia; Rahmati, Zahed; Mondal, Debajyoti: Simplified emanation graphs: a sparse plane spanner with Steiner points (2020)
  19. Han, Weimin; Jureczka, Michal; Ochal, Anna: Numerical studies of a hemivariational inequality for a viscoelastic contact problem with damage (2020)
  20. Heider, Yousef; Wang, Kun; Sun, WaiChing: (\mathrmSO(3))-invariance of informed-graph-based deep neural network for anisotropic elastoplastic materials (2020)

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