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  1. Higa, Kenneth; Battaglia, Vincent S.; Srinivasan, Venkat: PyGDH: Python Grid Discretization Helper (2021) not zbMATH
  2. Dougherty, E. T.; Turner, J. C.; Vogel, Frank: A computational investigation of preconditioning strategies and iterative methods for finite element based neurostimulation simulations (2020)
  3. Fomin, Eduard; Fomina, Tatyana: A nonparametric model for analysis of flowering patterns of herbaceous multi-flowered monocarpic shoots (2020)
  4. Frei, S.; Richter, T.: Efficient approximation of flow problems with multiple scales in time (2020)
  5. Takeshi Abe; Yoshiyuki Asai: Flint: a simulator for biological and physiological models in ordinary and stochastic differential equations (2020) not zbMATH
  6. Parul Mathur; Mauricio D. Perez; Robin Augustine; Dhanesh G. Kurup: NDECOAX: A software package for nondestructive evaluation of stratified dielectric media (2019) not zbMATH
  7. Kelling, Jeffrey; Ódor, Géza; Gemming, Sibylle: Dynamical universality classes of simple growth and lattice gas models (2018)
  8. Nomura, Seiichi: C programming and numerical analysis: an introduction (2018)
  9. Nomura, Seiichi: C programming and numerical analysis. An introduction (2018)
  10. Zouraris, Georgios E.: A linear implicit finite difference discretization of the Schrödinger-Hirota equation (2018)
  11. Bubenik, Peter; Dłotko, Paweł: A persistence landscapes toolbox for topological statistics (2017)
  12. Jhonatha R. dos Santos, Luiz F.N. Barreta, Maria E. Sbampato, Marcelo G. Destro: ASAS: Computational code for Analysis and Simulation of Atomic Spectra (2017) not zbMATH
  13. Jonathan Holtkamp; Bernhard Brümmer: Stochastic Frontier Analysis Using SFAMB for Ox (2017) not zbMATH
  14. Łoś, Marcin M.; Woźniak, Maciej; Paszyński, Maciej; Lenharth, Andrew; Hassaan, Muhamm Amber; Pingali, Keshav: IGA-ADS: isogeometric analysis FEM using ADS solver (2017)
  15. Muñoz-Santiburcio, Daniel; Hernández-Laguna, Alfonso: \textscAWESoMe1.1: a code for the calculation of phase and group velocities of acoustic waves in homogeneous solids (2017)
  16. QuanSheng Wu, ShengNan Zhang, Hai-Feng Song, Matthias Troyer, Alexey A. Soluyanov: WannierTools: An open-source software package for novel topological materials (2017) arXiv
  17. Rauh, Johannes: The polytope of (k)-star densities (2017)
  18. Takahiro Misawa, Satoshi Morita, Kazuyoshi Yoshimi, Mitsuaki Kawamura, Yuichi Motoyama, Kota Ido, Takahiro Ohgoe, Masatoshi Imada, Takeo Kato: mVMC - Open-source software for many-variable variational Monte Carlo method (2017) arXiv
  19. Aniszewski, Wojciech: Improvements, testing and development of the ADM-(\tau) sub-grid surface tension model for two-phase LES (2016)
  20. Balac, Stéphane; Fernandez, Arnaud: SPIP: a computer program implementing the interaction picture method for simulation of light-wave propagation in optical fibre (2016)

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