GitHub

GitHub (originally known as Logical Awesome LLC)[3] is a web-based hosting service for version control using git. It is mostly used for computer code. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management (SCM) functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It provides access control and several collaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project.[4] GitHub offers plans for both private repositories and free accounts[5] which are commonly used to host open-source software projects.[6] As of April 2017, GitHub reports having almost 20 million users and 57 million repositories,[7] making it the largest host of source code in the world.[8] GitHub has a mascot, an ”Octocat” called Mona, a cat with five tentacles and a human-like face (wikipedia)


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  1. Abdi, Ahmad; Cornuéjols, Gérard; Guričanová, Natália; Lee, Dabeen: Cuboids, a class of clutters (2020)
  2. Aguerre, Horacio J.; Venier, César M.; Pairetti, César I.; Márquez Damián, Santiago; Nigro, Norberto M.: A SIMPLE-based algorithm with enhanced velocity corrections: the COMPLEX method (2020)
  3. Akhoondian Amiri, Saeed; Foerster, Klaus-Tycho; Schmid, Stefan: Walking through waypoints (2020)
  4. Araya, Ignacio; Moyano, Mauricio; Sanchez, Cristobal: A beam search algorithm for the biobjective container loading problem (2020)
  5. Averseng, Martin: Fast discrete convolution in (\mathbbR^2) with radial kernels using non-uniform fast Fourier transform with nonequispaced frequencies (2020)
  6. Balabanov, Todor; Ivanov, Stoyan; Ketipov, Rumen: Solving combinatorial puzzles with parallel evolutionary algorithms (2020)
  7. Banert, Sebastian; Ringh, Axel; Adler, Jonas; Karlsson, Johan; Öktem, Ozan: Data-driven nonsmooth optimization (2020)
  8. Barbiero, Pietro; Tonda, Alberto: Making sense of economics datasets with evolutionary coresets (2020)
  9. Baresi, L.; Bersani, M. M.; Marconi, F.; Quattrocchi, G.; Rossi, M.: Using formal verification to evaluate the execution time of spark applications (2020)
  10. Bassett, M. E.; Majid, S.: Finite noncommutative geometries related to (\mathbbF_p[x]) (2020)
  11. Bazilevs, Yuri; Kamensky, David; Moutsanidis, Georgios; Shende, Shaunak: Residual-based shock capturing in solids (2020)
  12. Becerra-Sagredo, Julián-Tercero; Málaga, Carlos; Mandujano, Francisco: A GPU-based multi-level algorithm for boundary value problems (2020)
  13. Begaev, A. A.; Salnikov, A. N.: Way of measuring data transfer delays among graphics processing units at different nodes of a computer cluster (2020)
  14. Bendle, Dominik; Böhm, Janko; Decker, Wolfram; Georgoudis, Alessandro; Pfreundt, Franz-Josef; Rahn, Mirko; Wasser, Pascal; Zhang, Yang: Integration-by-parts reductions of Feynman integrals using singular and GPI-space (2020)
  15. Berahas, Albert S.; Takáč, Martin: A robust multi-batch L-BFGS method for machine learning (2020)
  16. Berry, Eric; Cummins, Bree; Nerem, Robert R.; Smith, Lauren M.; Haase, Steven B.; Gedeon, Tomas: Using extremal events to characterize noisy time series (2020)
  17. Bhosekar, Atharv; Ierapetritou, Marianthi: A discontinuous derivative-free optimization framework for multi-enterprise supply chain (2020)
  18. Biau, Gérard; Fermanian, Adeline: Learning with signatures (2020)
  19. Bierkens, Joris; van der Meulen, Frank; Schauer, Moritz: Simulation of elliptic and hypo-elliptic conditional diffusions (2020)
  20. Bilman, Deniz; Ling, Liming; Miller, Peter D.: Extreme superposition: rogue waves of infinite order and the Painlevé-III hierarchy (2020)

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