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  1. Caliò, Franca; Marchetti, Elena: Two architectures: two compared geometries (2019)
  2. Kisil, Vladimir V.; Reid, James: Conformal parametrisation of loxodromes by triples of circles (2019)
  3. Kisil, Vladimir V.: An extension of Möbius-Lie geometry with conformal ensembles of cycles and its implementation in a GiNaC library (2018)
  4. Vladimir V. Kisil: Lectures on Moebius-Lie Geometry and its Extension (2018) arXiv
  5. Lambe, Larry A.: An algebraic study of the Klein bottle (2016)
  6. Bowman, John C.; Yassaei, Mohammad Ali; Basu, Anup: A fully Lagrangian advection scheme (2015)
  7. Christophe Genolini; Xavier Alacoque; Mariane Sentenac; Catherine Arnaud: kml and kml3d: R Packages to Cluster Longitudinal Data (2015) not zbMATH
  8. Vladimir V. Kisil: An Extension of Moebius--Lie Geometry with Conformal Ensembles of Cycles and Its Implementation in a GiNaC Library (2015) arXiv
  9. Müller, Thomas; Boblest, Sebastian: Visual appearance of wireframe objects in special relativity (2014)
  10. Kisil, Vladimir V.: Geometry of Möbius transformations. Elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic actions of SL(_2(\mathbbR)). With DVD-ROM (2012)
  11. Pavičić, Mladen; McKay, Brendan D.; Megill, Norman D.; Fresl, Krešimir: Graph approach to quantum systems (2010)
  12. Heuberger, Clemens; Wagner, Stephan G.: On a class of extremal trees for various indices (2009)
  13. Kisil, Vladimir V.: Starting with the group (\mathrmSL_2(\mathbbR)) (2007)
  14. Kisil, Vladimir V.: Fillmore-Springer-Cnops construction implemented in GiNaC (2007)