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  3. Luu, Thomas: Efficient and accurate parallel inversion of the gamma distribution (2015)
  4. Clancy, Nicholas; Ding, Yuhan; Hamilton, Caleb; Hickernell, Fred J.; Zhang, Yizhi: The cost of deterministic, adaptive, automatic algorithms: cones, not balls (2014)
  5. Demchik, Vadim: Pseudorandom numbers generation for Monte Carlo simulations on GPUs: OpenCL approach (2014)
  6. Kchouk, Bilel; Dussault, Jean-Pierre: On per-iteration complexity of high order Chebyshev methods for sparse functions with banded Hessians (2014)
  7. Hammarling, Sven; Munro, Christopher J.; Tisseur, Françoise: An algorithm for the complete solution of quadratic eigenvalue problems (2013)
  8. Naess, A.; Gaidai, O.; Karpa, O.: Estimation of extreme values by the average conditional exceedance rate method (2013)
  9. Egidi, Nadaniela; Maponi, Pierluigi: Normalization techniques for the SVE of the Green function of Helmholtz operator (2012)
  10. Luque, Mariano; Miettinen, Kaisa; Ruiz, Ana B.; Ruiz, Francisco: A two-slope achievement scalarizing function for interactive multiobjective optimization (2012)
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  12. Pekurovsky, Dmitry: P3DFFT: A framework for parallel computations of Fourier transforms in three dimensions (2012)
  13. Ruiz, Francisco; Luque, Mariano; Miettinen, Kaisa: Improving the computational efficiency in a global formulation (GLIDE) for interactive multiobjective optimization (2012)
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  15. Egidi, Nadaniela; Maponi, Pierluigi: Singular value expansion for the Green function of Helmholtz operator (2011)
  16. Marin, Liviu: Relaxation procedures for an iterative MFS algorithm for two-dimensional steady-state isotropic heat conduction Cauchy problems (2011)
  17. Marin, Liviu; Karageorghis, Andreas; Lesnic, Daniel: The MFS for numerical boundary identification in two-dimensional harmonic problems (2011)
  18. Simitev, R.D.; Biktashev, V.N.: Asymptotics of conduction velocity restitution in models of electrical excitation in the heart (2011)
  19. Sokolovski, D.; Akhmatskaya, E.; Sen, S.K.: Extracting $S$-matrix poles for resonances from numerical scattering data: type-II Padé reconstruction (2011)
  20. Baitsch, M.; Li, N.; Hartmann, D.: A toolkit for efficient numerical applications in Java (2010)

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