GitHub (originally known as Logical Awesome LLC)[3] is a web-based hosting service for version control using git. It is mostly used for computer code. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management (SCM) functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It provides access control and several collaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project.[4] GitHub offers plans for both private repositories and free accounts[5] which are commonly used to host open-source software projects.[6] As of April 2017, GitHub reports having almost 20 million users and 57 million repositories,[7] making it the largest host of source code in the world.[8] GitHub has a mascot, an ”Octocat” called Mona, a cat with five tentacles and a human-like face (wikipedia)

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  1. Petersen, Christian L.; Gorges, Matthias; Dunsmuir, Dustin; Ansermino, Mark; Dumont, Guy A.: Experience report: functional programming of mHealth applications (2013) ioport
  2. Raman, Rajeev; Rao, S. Srinivasa: Succinct representations of ordinal trees (2013)
  3. Schumann-Bischoff, Jan; Luther, Stefan; Parlitz, Ulrich: Nonlinear system identification employing automatic differentiation (2013)
  4. Tacchetti, Andrea; Mallapragada, Pavan K.; Santoro, Matteo; Rosasco, Lorenzo: GURLS: a least squares library for supervised learning (2013)
  5. Tossavainen, Olli-Pekka; Work, Daniel B.: Markov chain Monte Carlo based inverse modeling of traffic flows using GPS data (2013)
  6. Wang, Lu; Hu, Xiaozhe; Cohen, Jonathan; Xu, Jinchao: A parallel auxiliary grid algebraic multigrid method for graphic processing units (2013)
  7. Yang, Zhenkun: A scalable, continuously available database system based on commodity hardware (2013) ioport
  8. Zaccardi, C.; Chamoin, L.; Cottereau, R.; Ben Dhia, H.: Error estimation and model adaptation for a stochastic-deterministic coupling method based on the Arlequin framework (2013)
  9. Celerier, Charles; Joyner, David; Melles, Caroline; Phillips, David: On the Walsh-Hadamard transform of monotone Boolean functions (2012)
  10. Cox, Anthony J.; Jakobi, Tobias; Rosone, Giovanna; Schulz-Trieglaff, Ole B.: Comparing DNA sequence collections by direct comparison of compressed text indexes (2012)
  11. Gómez-Miralles, Luis; Arnedo-Moreno, Joan: Versatile ipad forensic acquisition using the apple camera connection kit (2012) ioport
  12. Prekopcsák, Zoltán; Lemire, Daniel: Time series classification by class-specific Mahalanobis distance measures (2012)
  13. Simpson, Robert Napier; Bordas, Stéphane Pierre Alain; Trevelyan, Jon; Rabczuk, Timon: A two-dimensional isogeometric boundary element method for elastostatic analysis (2012)
  14. Whitbeck, John; Lopez, Yoann; Leguay, Jérémie; Conan, Vania; De Amorim, Marcelo Dias: Push-and-track: saving infrastructure bandwidth through opportunistic forwarding (2012) ioport
  15. Armand, Michael; Faure, Germain; Grégoire, Benjamin; Keller, Chantal; Théry, Laurent; Werner, Benjamin: A modular integration of SAT/SMT solvers to Coq through proof witnesses (2011)
  16. Quaeghebeur, Erik: Completely monotone outer approximations of lower probabilities on finite possibility spaces (2011)
  17. Raum, Martin: How to implement a modular form (2011)
  18. Shin, Minho; Cornelius, Cory; Peebles, Dan; Kapadia, Apu; Kotz, David; Triandopoulos, Nikos: Anonysense: a system for anonymous opportunistic sensing (2011) ioport
  19. Cacciagrano, Diletta; Corradini, Flavio; Merelli, Emanuela: Bone remodelling: a complex automata-based model running in BioShape (2010)

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