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  1. Abdelmalek, Salem; Bendoukha, Samir: On the global asymptotic stability of solutions to a generalised Lengyel-Epstein system (2017)
  2. Adachi, Satoru; Iwata, Satoru; Nakatsukasa, Yuji; Takeda, Akiko: Solving the trust-region subproblem by a generalized eigenvalue problem (2017)
  3. Alonso, Pedro; Ibáñez, Javier; Sastre, Jorge; Peinado, Jesús; Defez, Emilio: Efficient and accurate algorithms for computing matrix trigonometric functions (2017)
  4. Asar, Özgür; Ilk, Ozlem; Dag, Osman: Estimating Box-Cox power transformation parameter via goodness-of-fit tests (2017)
  5. Banks, H.T.; Bekele-Maxwell, Kidist; Bociu, Lorena; Wang, Chuyue: Sensitivity via the complex-step method for delay differential equations with non-smooth initial data (2017)
  6. Benzi, Michele; Simoncini, Valeria: Approximation of functions of large matrices with Kronecker structure (2017)
  7. Bezanson, Jeff; Edelman, Alan; Karpinski, Stefan; Shah, Viral B.: Julia: a fresh approach to numerical computing (2017)
  8. Cao, Fangfei; Liu, Jinkun: An adaptive iterative learning algorithm for boundary control of a coupled ODE-PDE two-link rigid-flexible manipulator (2017)
  9. Ceballos, Marcelo A.: Numerical evaluation of integrals involving the product of two Bessel functions and a rational fraction arising in some elastodynamic problems (2017)
  10. Chuong, T.D.; Jeyakumar, V.: A generalized Farkas lemma with a numerical certificate and linear semi-infinite programs with SDP duals (2017)
  11. D’Ambrosio, Claudia; Vu, Ky; Lavor, Carlile; Liberti, Leo; Maculan, Nelson: New error measures and methods for realizing protein graphs from distance data (2017)
  12. De Gooijer, Jan G.: Elements of nonlinear time series analysis and forecasting (2017)
  13. Dendievel, Sarah; Latouche, Guy: Approximations for time-dependent distributions in Markovian fluid models (2017)
  14. Diaz-Toca, Gema M.; Belhaj, Skander: Blind image deconvolution through Bezoutians (2017)
  15. Dilloo, Mehzabeen Jumanah; Tangman, Désiré Yannick: A superconvergent partial differential equation approach to price variance swaps under regime switching models (2017)
  16. Dimitriu, Gabriel; Ştefănescu, Răzvan; Navon, Ionel M.: Comparative numerical analysis using reduced-order modeling strategies for nonlinear large-scale systems (2017)
  17. Duffy, Dean G.: Advanced engineering mathematics with MATLAB (2017)
  18. Duriez, Thomas; Brunton, Steven L.; Noack, Bernd R.: Machine learning control -- taming nonlinear dynamics and turbulence (2017)
  19. Esfandiari, Ramin S.: Numerical methods for engineers and scientists using MATLAB (2017)
  20. Fawzi, Hamza; Saunderson, James: Lieb’s concavity theorem, matrix geometric means, and semidefinite optimization (2017)

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