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  1. Aaron Bray, Rachel B. Clipp, M. Umar Qureshi, Sorin Mitran, Andinet Enquobahrie: gLBM: A GPU enabled Lattice Boltzmann Method Library (2022) not zbMATH
  2. Alex Tritt, Joshua Morris, Joel Hochstetter, R. P. Anderson, James Saunderson, L. D. Turner: Spinsim: a GPU optimized python package for simulating spin-half and spin-one quantum systems (2022) arXiv
  3. Blühdorn, Johannes; Gauger, Nicolas R.; Kabel, Matthias: AutoMat: automatic differentiation for generalized standard materials on GPUs (2022)
  4. Busch, Costas; Herlihy, Maurice; Popovic, Miroslav; Sharma, Gokarna: Dynamic scheduling in distributed transactional memory (2022)
  5. Defez, E.; Ibáñez, J.; Peinado, J.; Alonso-Jordá, P.; Alonso, José M.: New Hermite series expansion for computing the matrix hyperbolic cosine (2022)
  6. Gräf, Manuel; Neumayer, Sebastian; Hielscher, Ralf; Steidl, Gabriele; Liesegang, Moritz; Beck, Tilmann: An image registration model in electron backscatter diffraction (2022)
  7. Passiatore, D.; Sciacovelli, L.; Cinnella, P.; Pascazio, G.: Thermochemical non-equilibrium effects in turbulent hypersonic boundary layers (2022)
  8. Safari, Mohsen; Huisman, Marieke: Formal verification of parallel prefix sum and stream compaction algorithms in CUDA (2022)
  9. Yan, Ping; Alyoubi, Khaled H.; Shan, Chunxiao: Three-dimensional animation nonlinear system modal identification using wavelet transform (2022)
  10. Abdedou, Azzedine; Soulaïmani, Azzeddine: A non-intrusive reduced-order modeling for uncertainty propagation of time-dependent problems using a B-splines Bézier elements-based method and proper orthogonal decomposition: application to dam-break flows (2021)
  11. Achim, Cristian V.; Rozas, Roberto E.; Toledo, Pedro G.: Semi-decoupled first-order correction for smoothed particle hydrodynamics (2021)
  12. Afrasiabi, M.; Klippel, H.; Roethlin, M.; Wegener, K.: An improved thermal model for SPH metal cutting simulations on GPU (2021)
  13. Algosaibi, Abdulelah A.: High-performance computing based approach for improving semantic-based federated data processing (2021)
  14. Anton Afanasyev, Mauro Bianco, Lukas Mosimann, Carlos Osuna, Felix Thaler, Hannes Vogt, Oliver Fuhrer, Joost VandeVondele, Thomas C. Schulthess: GridTools: A framework for portable weather and climate applications (2021) not zbMATH
  15. Antonelli, L.; Francomano, E.; Gregoretti, F.: A CUDA-based implementation of an improved SPH method on GPU (2021)
  16. Ayoub Benaissa, Bilal Retiat, Bogdan Cebere, Alaa Eddine Belfedhal: TenSEAL: A Library for Encrypted Tensor Operations Using Homomorphic Encryption (2021) arXiv
  17. Bettencourt, Matthew T.; Brown, Dominic A. S.; Cartwright, Keith L.; Cyr, Eric C.; Glusa, Christian A.; Lin, Paul T.; Moore, Stan G.; Mcgregor, Duncan A. O.; Pawlowski, Roger P.; Phillips, Edward G.; Roberts, Nathan V.; Wright, Steven A.; Maheswaran, Satheesh; Jones, John P.; Jarvis, Stephen A.: EMPIRE-PIC: a performance portable unstructured particle-in-cell code (2021)
  18. Bogdan Oancea, David Salgado, Luis Sanguiao Sande, Sandra Barragan: A set of R packages to estimate population counts from mobile phone data (2021) arXiv
  19. Bosner, Nela: Parallel Prony’s method with multivariate matrix pencil approach and its numerical aspects (2021)
  20. Bouyukliev, Iliya; Bouyuklieva, Stefka; Maruta, Tatsuya; Piperkov, Paskal: Characteristic vector and weight distribution of a linear code (2021)

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