
A+
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 A+ is a powerful and efficient programming language. It is freely available under the GNU General Public License. It embodies a rich set of functions ...

A2REG
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 A2REG: Stata module to estimate models with two fixed effects. a2reg estimates linear regressions with two way fixed effects, as in Abowd and Kramarz (1999). ...

A2U2
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 A2U2: a stream cipher for printed electronics RFID tags. The design of hardwareoriented ciphers has an increasingly important role to play with emerging ubiquitous and ...

A3
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 R package A3: Accurate, Adaptable, and Accessible Error Metrics for Predictive Models. Supplies tools for tabulating and analyzing the results of predictive models. The methods ...

A3PAT
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 A3PAT, an approach for certified automated termination proofs. Software engineering, automated reasoning, rulebased programming or specifications often use rewriting systems for which termination, among other ...

A435
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 A435.txt, a Maple package to study the statistical distribution of the random variable ”total height” defined on the set of labeled rooted trees on n ...

a4Classif
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 Automated Affymetrix Array Analysis Classification Package

A502
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 Input PreProcessor for PanAir. The input file for PanAir is errorprone and unforgiving. This program accepts a freeform file and creates a properly formatted input ...

AABC
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 AABC: approximate approximate Bayesian computation when simulating a large number of data sets is computationally infeasible. Approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) methods perform inference on modelspecific ...

AADL
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 A number of cyberphysical systems are hierarchical distributed control systems whose components operate with different rates, and that should behave in a virtually synchronous way. ...

AAFAC
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 AAFAC: A Package of Fortran77 Subprograms for Solving A’Ax= c

AAFFT
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 AAFFT (Ann Arbor Fast Fourier Transform). AAFFT, implemented by Mark Iwen, which was empirically evaluated in ”Empirical Evaluation of a SubLinear Time Sparse DFT Algorithm”. ...

AAindex
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 AAindex: amino acid index database. AAindex is a database of numerical indices representing various physicochemical and biochemical properties of amino acids and pairs of amino ...

AAISIM
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 Implementation of compressible porousfluid coupling method in an aerodynamics and aeroacoustics code. II: Turbulent flow. Due to the potential advantages and applications of porous materials ...

AALDPC
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 A novel design methodology for highperformance programmable decoder cores for AALDPC codes

AAPL
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 An efficient and accurate framework for calculating lattice thermal conductivity of solids: AFLOWAAPL Automatic Anharmonic Phonon Library. One of the most accurate approaches for calculating ...

AAPT
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 AAPT: algorithm animator and programming toolbox. Learning to program is difficult. The focus of this research was on developing an environment (AAPT) to assist the ...

AARON
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[sw11565]
 Refined restricted permutations. Derangements (and more generally the notion of ”fixed points of a permutation”) are concepts related to the cyclestructre, i.e. twoline notation, i.e. ...

AAR toolbox
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 Automatic Artifact Removal (AAR) toolbox for MATLAB. This MATLAB toolbox integrates several stateoftheart methods for automatic removal of artifacts in the electroencephalogram (EEG). The methods ...

ABACUS
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 ABACUS is a software system written in C++ that provides a framework for the implementation of branchandbound algorithms using linear programming relaxations. Cutting planes or ...