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  1. Belgacem, Fethi Bin Muhammad; Silambarasan, Rathinavel: A distinctive Sumudu treatment of trigonometric functions (2017)
  2. Gokmen, Elcin; Yuksel, Gamze; Sezer, Mehmet: A numerical approach for solving Volterra type functional integral equations with variable bounds and mixed delays (2017)
  3. Grüne, Lars; Pannek, Jürgen: Nonlinear model predictive control. Theory and algorithms (2017)
  4. Herman, Russell L.: An introduction to Fourier analysis (2017)
  5. La Scala, Roberto: Monomial right ideals and the Hilbert series of noncommutative modules (2017)
  6. Abramovich, Sergei: Exploring mathematics with integrated spreadsheets in teacher education (2016)
  7. Abramov, Sergey A.; Petkovšek, Marko; Ryabenko, Anna A.: Resolving sequences of operators for linear ordinary differential and difference systems of arbitrary order (2016)
  8. Abramov, Sergey A.; Ryabenko, Anna A.; Khmelnov, Dennis E.: Procedures for searching local solutions of linear differential systems with infinite power series in the role of coefficients (2016)
  9. Agrawal, P. N.; Ispir, Nurhayat; Kajla, Arun: Approximation properties of Lupas-Kantorovich operators based on Polya distribution (2016)
  10. Alcázar, Juan Gerardo; Hermoso, Carlos: Involutions of polynomially parametrized surfaces (2016)
  11. Aliev, Ali V.; Mishchenkova, Olga V.; Lipanov, Alexey M.: Mathematical modeling and numerical methods in chemical physics and mechanics (2016)
  12. Batkhin, A.B.: Parameterization of the discriminant set of a polynomial (2016)
  13. Borwein, Jonathan M.; Sinnamon, Corwin W.: A closed form for the density functions of random walks in odd dimensions (2016)
  14. Bostan, Alin; Chèze, Guillaume; Cluzeau, Thomas; Weil, Jacques-Arthur: Efficient algorithms for computing rational first integrals and Darboux polynomials of planar polynomial vector fields (2016)
  15. Bradford, Russell; Davenport, James H.; England, Matthew; McCallum, Scott; Wilson, David: Truth table invariant cylindrical algebraic decomposition (2016)
  16. Brauer, Fred; Kribs, Christopher: Dynamical systems for biological modeling. An introduction (2016)
  17. Bremner, Murray R.; Dotsenko, Vladimir: Algebraic operads. An algorithmic companion (2016)
  18. Ceballos, M.; Núñez, J.; Tenorio, Á.F.: Algorithm to compute abelian subalgebras and ideals in Malcev algebras (2016)
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  20. Chipalkatti, Jaydeep: On the coincidences of Pascal lines (2016)

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