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  1. Andersen, Jakob L.; Flamm, Christoph; Merkle, Daniel; Stadler, Peter F.: A software package for chemically inspired graph transformation (2016)
  2. Schuppan, Viktor: Extracting unsatisfiable cores for LTL via temporal resolution (2016)
  3. Aghili, Joubine; Boyaval, Sébastien; Di Pietro, Daniele A.: Hybridization of mixed high-order methods on general meshes and application to the Stokes equations (2015)
  4. Beerwerth, Randolf; Bauke, Heiko: Krylov subspace methods for the Dirac equation (2015)
  5. Burger, Alewyn Petrus; de Villiers, Anton Pierre; van Vuuren, Jan Harm: Edge stability in secure graph domination (2015)
  6. Cugola, Gianpaolo; Margara, Alessandro; Matteucci, Matteo; Tamburrelli, Giordano: Introducing uncertainty in complex event processing: model, implementation, and validation (2015)
  7. Liu, Jin-Long; Yu, Zu-Guo; Anh, Vo: Determination of multifractal dimensions of complex networks by means of the sandbox algorithm (2015)
  8. Luu, Thomas: Efficient and accurate parallel inversion of the gamma distribution (2015)
  9. Toscano, L.; Stella, S.; Milotti, E.: Using graph theory for automated electric circuit solving (2015)
  10. Bazhanov, Konstantin; Obiedkov, Sergei: Optimizations in computing the Duquenne-Guigues basis of implications (2014)
  11. Birk, Matthias; Dapp, Robin; Ruiter, N.V.; Becker, J.: GPU-based iterative transmission reconstruction in 3D ultrasound computer tomography (2014)
  12. Boland, Natashia; Kalinowski, Thomas; Waterer, Hamish; Zheng, Lanbo: Scheduling arc maintenance jobs in a network to maximize total flow over time (2014)
  13. Drexl, Michael; Irnich, Stefan: Solving elementary shortest-path problems as mixed-integer programs (2014)
  14. Mascarenhas, Walter F.: The stability of barycentric interpolation at the Chebyshev points of the second kind (2014)
  15. Misener, Ruth; Floudas, Christodoulos A.: ANTIGONE: algorithms for coNTinuous/Integer global optimization of nonlinear equations (2014)
  16. Misener, Ruth; Floudas, Christodoulos A.: A framework for globally optimizing mixed-integer signomial programs (2014)
  17. Avis, David; Roumanis, Gary: A portable parallel implementation of the $lrs$ vertex enumeration code (2013)
  18. Czado, Claudia; Brechmann, Eike Christian; Gruber, Lutz: Selection of vine copulas (2013)
  19. Dohn, Anders; Mason, Andrew: Branch-and-price for staff rostering: an efficient implementation using generic programming and nested column generation (2013)
  20. Khan, Kamil A.; Barton, Paul I.: Evaluating an element of the Clarke generalized Jacobian of a composite piecewise differentiable function (2013)

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