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  1. Ames, Ellery; Andréasson, Håkan; Logg, Anders: On axisymmetric and stationary solutions of the self-gravitating Vlasov system (2016)
  2. Bommer, Vera; Yousept, Irwin: Optimal control of the full time-dependent Maxwell equations (2016)
  3. Burstedde, Carsten; Holke, Johannes: A tetrahedral space-filling curve for nonconforming adaptive meshes (2016)
  4. Cotter, Colin J.; Kirby, Robert C.: Mixed finite elements for global tide models (2016)
  5. de Hoop, Maarten V.; Kepley, Paul; Oksanen, Lauri: On the construction of virtual interior point source travel time distances from the hyperbolic Neumann-to-Dirichlet map (2016)
  6. Drawert, Brian; Trogdon, Michael; Toor, Salman; Petzold, Linda; Hellander, Andreas: MOLNs: a cloud platform for interactive, reproducible, and scalable spatial stochastic computational experiments in systems biology using pyurdme (2016)
  7. Elfverson, Daniel; Hellman, Fredrik; Målqvist, Axel: A multilevel Monte Carlo method for computing failure probabilities (2016)
  8. Gao, Huadong: Unconditional optimal error estimates of BDF-Galerkin FEMs for nonlinear thermistor equations (2016)
  9. Gao, Huadong; Sun, Weiwei: A new mixed formulation and efficient numerical solution of Ginzburg-Landau equations under the temporal gauge (2016)
  10. Girouard, A.; Laugesen, R. S.; Siudeja, B. A.: Steklov eigenvalues and quasiconformal maps of simply connected planar domains (2016)
  11. Guillén-González, F.; Rodríguez Galván, J.R.: On the stability of approximations for the Stokes problem using different finite element spaces for each component of the velocity (2016)
  12. Laurain, Antoine; Sturm, Kevin: Distributed shape derivative via averaged adjoint method and applications (2016)
  13. Lee, J.; Cookson, A.; Roy, I.; Kerfoot, E.; Asner, L.; Vigueras, G.; Sochi, T.; Deparis, S.; Michler, C.; Smith, N.P.; Nordsletten, D.A.: Multiphysics computational modeling in $\mathcalC\boldHeart$ (2016)
  14. Mali, Olli; Repin, S.: Estimates of the solution set for a class of elliptic problems with incompletely known data (2016)
  15. Meinecke, Lina; Engblom, Stefan; Hellander, Andreas; Lötstedt, Per: Analysis and design of jump coefficients in discrete stochastic diffusion models (2016)
  16. Olson, D.; Shukla, S.; Simpson, G.; Spirn, D.: Petviashvilli’s method for the Dirichlet problem (2016)
  17. Pollock, Sara: Stabilized and inexact adaptive methods for capturing internal layers in quasilinear PDE (2016)
  18. Ptashnyk, Mariya; Seguin, Brian: Homogenization of a system of elastic and reaction-diffusion equations modelling plant cell wall biomechanics (2016)
  19. Saibaba, Arvind K.; Lee, Jonghyun; Kitanidis, Peter K.: Randomized algorithms for generalized Hermitian eigenvalue problems with application to computing Karhunen-Loève expansion. (2016)
  20. Zhou, Guanyu; Kashiwabara, Takahito; Oikawa, Issei: Penalty method for the stationary Navier-Stokes problems under the slip boundary condition (2016)

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