
Z
 Referenced in 203 articles
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 Using Z. Specification, refinement, and proof. The book is an indepth introduction to the specification language $Z$. It is primarily directed to the user; the ...

Z2pack
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 Z2Pack: Numerical Implementation of Hybrid Wannier Centers for Identifying Topological Materials. The intense theoretical and experimental interest in topological insulators and semimetals has established band ...

Z2sal
 Referenced in 6 articles
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 Z2sal: a translationbased model checker for z. Complex computer systems are difficult to implement correctly. To aid in the process, formal methods use mathematics in ...

z3
 Referenced in 237 articles
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 Z3 is a highperformance theorem prover being developed at Microsoft Research.Z3 supports linear real and integer arithmetic, fixedsize bitvectors, extensional arrays, uninterpreted functions, and quantifiers. ...

Z3str
 Referenced in 3 articles
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 Zheng Y, Zhang X, Ganesh V (2013) Z3str: a Z3based string solver for web application analysis. Analyzing web applications requires reasoning about strings and nonstrings ...

Z88
 Referenced in 2 articles
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 Z88 Freeware: The fast and compact Open Source FEprogram

Z88Aurora
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 The open source program Z88OS is suitable as a really basic FEM program for learning the fundamentals of finite element analysis by examining and, if ...

ZAERO
 Referenced in 3 articles
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 Aeroelastic tailoring using fiber orientation and topology optimization We present a structural optimization aided design methodology for composite laminated plates subject to fluidstructure interaction. The ...

Zap
 Referenced in 6 articles
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 Zap: Automated theorem proving for software analysis Automated theorem provers (ATPs) are a key component that many software verification and program analysis tools rely on. ...

ZBDD
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 A ZBDD Package for Efficient Model Checking of Petri Nets.

zChaff
 Referenced in 21 articles
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 zChaff is an implementation of the well known CHAFF, an algorithm for solving satisfiability (SAT) problems. It won the Best Complete Solver in both industrial ...

Zchaff2004
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 The Boolean Satisfiability Problem (SAT) is a well known NPcomplete problem. While its complexity remains a source of many interesting questions for theoretical computer scientists, ...

ZDC
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 Towards a practical engineering tool for rostering. The profitability and morale of many organizations (such as factories, hospitals and airlines) are affected by their ability ...

zdelta
 Referenced in 2 articles
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 zdelta is a general purpose lossless delta compression library developed at Polytechnic University. It is implemented by modifying the zlib 1.1.3 compression library (the modifications ...

ZDOCK
 Referenced in 3 articles
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 Protein Docking. ZDOCK: Performs a full rigidbody search of docking orientations between two proteins. The current version, 3.0.2, includes performance optimization and a novel pairwise ...

ZEAL
 Referenced in 13 articles
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 ZEAL is a general purpose package for computing zeros of analytic functions. It can be used in various physical applications. More precisely, given a rectangular ...

ZEBEC
 Referenced in 8 articles
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 A reliable and portable software package, called ZEBEC (ZEros of BEssel functions Complex), is presented, which localizes and computes simple zeros of Bessel functions of ...

Zebra
 Referenced in 2 articles
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 The main goal of developing the Zebra technology was to decrease the overall costs of software development and support. Another objective was to raise the ...

ZEBRA
 Referenced in 1 article
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 All offline programming in highenergy physics is carried out, for various reasons, in the Fortran 77 programming language. While this language offers certain advantages over ...

zebu
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 R package zebu. Implements the estimation of local (and global) association measures: Ducher’s Z, pointwise mutual information and normalized pointwise mutual information. The significance of ...