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  4. Sun, Jian-Qiao; Xiong, Fu-Rui; Schütze, Oliver; Hernández, Carlos: Cell mapping methods. Algorithmic approaches and applications (2019)
  5. Abdallah, L.; Haddou, M.; Migot, T.: Solving absolute value equation using complementarity and smoothing functions (2018)
  6. Abdelmalek, Salem; Bendoukha, Samir: Global asymptotic stability for a SEI reaction-diffusion model of infectious diseases with immigration (2018)
  7. Abdi, Ali; Hosseini, Seyyed Ahmad: The barycentric rational difference-quadrature scheme for systems of Volterra integro-differential equations (2018)
  8. Abrarov, Sanjar M.; Quine, Brendan M.; Jagpal, Rajinder K.: A sampling-based approximation of the complex error function and its implementation without poles (2018)
  9. Ali, M. Syed; Yogambigai, J.; Kwon, O. M.: Finite-time robust passive control for a class of switched reaction-diffusion stochastic complex dynamical networks with coupling delays and impulsive control (2018)
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  11. Ansmann, Gerrit: Efficiently and easily integrating differential equations with JiTCODE, JiTCDDE, and JiTCSDE (2018)
  12. Anwar, M. Fazeel; Rehman, Mutti-Ur: Numerical computation of lower bounds of structured singular values (2018)
  13. Apte, Shaila Dinkar: Random signal processing (2018)
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  15. Belov, Alexey A.; Andrianova, Olga G.; Kurdyukov, Alexander P.: Control of discrete-time descriptor systems. An anisotropy-based approach (2018)
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  17. Berman, Paul R.: Introductory quantum mechanics. A traditional approach emphasizing connections with classical physics (2018)
  18. Bertaccini, Daniele; Durastante, Fabio: Iterative methods and preconditioning for large and sparse linear systems with applications (2018)
  19. Bestehorn, Michael: Computational physics. With worked out examples in FORTRAN and MATLAB (2018)
  20. Bhaya, Amit; Bliman, Pierre-Alexandre; Niedu, Guilherme; Pazos, Fernando A.: A cooperative conjugate gradient method for linear systems permitting efficient multi-thread implementation (2018)

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