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  1. Alonso, Pedro; Ibáñez, Javier; Sastre, Jorge; Peinado, Jesús; Defez, Emilio: Efficient and accurate algorithms for computing matrix trigonometric functions (2017)
  2. Herman, Russell L.: An introduction to Fourier analysis (2017)
  3. Lin, Hong; Su, Hongye; Shi, Peng; Shu, Zhan; Wu, Zheng-Guang: Estimation and control for networked systems with packet losses without acknowledgement (2017)
  4. Shafai, Bahram: System identification and adaptive control (to appear) (2017)
  5. Sun, Jiguang; Zhou, Aihui: Finite element methods for eigenvalue problems (2017)
  6. Alessio, Silvia Maria: Digital signal processing and spectral analysis for scientists. Concepts and applications (2016)
  7. Alfa, Attahiru S.: Applied discrete-time queues (2016)
  8. Al-Hdaibat, B.; Govaerts, W.; Kuznetsov, Yu.A.; Meijer, H.G.E.: Initialization of homoclinic solutions near Bogdanov-Takens points: Lindstedt-Poincaré compared with regular perturbation method (2016)
  9. Alombah, N.Henry; Fotsin, Hilaire; Ngouonkadi, E.B.Megam; Nguazon, Tekou: Dynamics, analysis and implementation of a multiscroll memristor-based chaotic circuit (2016)
  10. Alyoubi, A.; Ganesh, M.: Parallel mixed FEM simulation of a class of single-phase models with non-local operators (2016)
  11. Ansari, Moien Ahmad; Arora, Deepak; Ansari, Sana Parveen: Chaos control and synchronization of fractional order delay-varying computer virus propagation model (2016)
  12. Aşici, Emel; Karaçal, Funda: Incomparability with respect to the triangular order. (2016)
  13. Auchmuty, Giles: Book review of: A. Beck, Introduction to nonlinear optimization: theory, algorithms, and applications with MATLAB (2016)
  14. Averbuch, Amir Z.; Neittaanmäki, Pekka; Zheludev, Valery A.: Spline and spline wavelet methods with applications to signal and image processing. Volume II. Non-periodic splines (2016)
  15. Avitabile, Daniele; Słowiński, Piotr; Bardy, Benoit; Tsaneva-Atanasova, Krasimira: Beyond in-phase and anti-phase coordination in a model of joint action (2016)
  16. Bai, Zhong-Zhi: On SSOR-like preconditioners for non-Hermitian positive definite matrices. (2016)
  17. Bartels, Sören: Numerics $3\times 9$. Three topics in nine short chapters respectively (2016)
  18. Bates, Daniel J.; Newell, Andrew J.; Niemerg, Matthew: BertiniLab: a MATLAB interface for solving systems of polynomial equations (2016)
  19. Batselier, Kim; Wong, Ngai: Symmetric tensor decomposition by an iterative eigendecomposition algorithm (2016)
  20. Bauschke, Heinz H.; Dao, Minh N.; Noll, Dominikus; Phan, Hung M.: On Slater’s condition and finite convergence of the Douglas-Rachford algorithm for solving convex feasibility problems in Euclidean spaces (2016)

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