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  6. Steel, Thijs; Camps, Daan; Meerbergen, Karl; Vandebril, Raf: A multishift, multipole rational QZ method with aggressive early deflation (2021)
  7. Behling, Roger; Bello-Cruz, J.-Yunier; Santos, Luiz-Rafael: The block-wise circumcentered-reflection method (2020)
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  15. Zhao, Kang; Liao, Anping: Updating the undamped piezoelectric smart structure system with no-spillover (2020)
  16. Astudillo, R.; de Gier, J. M.; van Gijzen, M. B.: Accelerating the induced dimension reduction method using spectral information (2019)
  17. Camps, Daan; Meerbergen, Karl; Vandebril, Raf: A rational QZ method (2019)
  18. Heyouni, Mohammed; Saberi-Movahed, Farid; Tajaddini, Azita: On global Hessenberg based methods for solving Sylvester matrix equations (2019)
  19. Hoshi, Takeo; Imachi, Hiroto; Kuwata, Akiyoshi; Kakuda, Kohsuke; Fujita, Takatoshi; Matsui, Hiroyuki: Numerical aspect of large-scale electronic state calculation for flexible device material (2019)
  20. Lopes, R.; Santos, S. A.; Silva, P. J. S.: Accelerating block coordinate descent methods with identification strategies (2019)

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