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  3. Dowsley, Rafael; Michalas, Antonis; Nagel, Matthias; Paladi, Nicolae: A survey on design and implementation of protected searchable data in the cloud (2017)
  4. Jomo, John N.; Zander, Nils; Elhaddad, Mohamed; Özcan, Ali; Kollmannsberger, Stefan; Mundani, Ralf-Peter; Rank, Ernst: Parallelization of the multi-level $hp$-adaptive finite cell method (2017)
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  6. Xu, Hong; Satish Kumar, T.K.; Koenig, Sven: The Nemhauser-Trotter reduction and lifted message passing for the weighted CSP (2017)
  7. Andersen, Jakob L.; Flamm, Christoph; Merkle, Daniel; Stadler, Peter F.: A software package for chemically inspired graph transformation (2016)
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  17. Beerwerth, Randolf; Bauke, Heiko: Krylov subspace methods for the Dirac equation (2015)
  18. Burger, Alewyn Petrus; de Villiers, Anton Pierre; van Vuuren, Jan Harm: Edge stability in secure graph domination (2015)
  19. Cantwell, C.D.; Moxey, D.; Comerford, A.; Bolis, A.; Rocco, G.; Mengaldo, G.; De Grazia, D.; Yakovlev, S.; Lombard, J.-E.; Ekelschot, D.; Jordi, B.; Xu, H.; Mohamied, Y.; Eskilsson, C.; Nelson, B.; Vos, P.; Biotto, C.; Kirby, R.M.; Sherwin, S.J.: Nektar++: an open-source spectral/$hp$ element framework (2015)
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