References in zbMATH (referenced in 50 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Ansmann, Gerrit: Efficiently and easily integrating differential equations with JiTCODE, JiTCDDE, and JiTCSDE (2018)
  2. Casper, W. Riley: Elementary examples of solutions to Bochner’s problem for matrix differential operators (2018)
  3. Edwin Tye, Tom Finnie, Ian Hall, Steve Leach: PyGOM - A Python Package for Simplifying Modelling with Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations (2018) arXiv
  4. Fasi, Massimiliano; Higham, Nicholas J.: Multiprecision algorithms for computing the matrix logarithm (2018)
  5. Garcia, D.; Ghommem, M.; Collier, N.; Varga, B. O. N.; Calo, V. M.: PyFly: a fast, portable aerodynamics simulator (2018)
  6. Gubbiotti, Giorgio; Scimiterna, Christian: Reconstructing a lattice equation: a non-autonomous approach to the Hietarinta equation (2018)
  7. Schweiger, Jonas: Exploiting structure in non-convex quadratic optimization and gas network planning under uncertainty (2018)
  8. Bena, Iosif; Blåbäck, Johan; Savelli, Raffaele: T-branes and matrix models (2017)
  9. David Kahle, Christopher O’Neill, Jeff Sommars: A computer algebra system for R: Macaulay2 and the m2r package (2017) arXiv
  10. Easter, Robert Benjamin; Hitzer, Eckhard: Double conformal geometric algebra (2017)
  11. Fischer, Jens V.: On the duality of regular and local functions (2017)
  12. Karamitrou, O. G.; Tsimpouris, C.; Mavridi, P.; Sgarbas, K. N.: A web-based quantum computer simulator with symbolic extensions (2017)
  13. Kelly, Matthew: An introduction to trajectory optimization: how to do your own direct collocation (2017)
  14. Lyonnet, F.; Schienbein, I.: PyR@TE 2: a Python tool for computing RGEs at two-loop (2017)
  15. O’Reilly, Ossian; Lundquist, Tomas; Dunham, Eric M.; Nordström, Jan: Energy stable and high-order-accurate finite difference methods on staggered grids (2017)
  16. Ranocha, Hendrik: Shallow water equations: split-form, entropy stable, well-balanced, and positivity preserving numerical methods (2017)
  17. Stanislav Poslavsky: Rings: an efficient Java/Scala library for polynomial rings (2017) arXiv
  18. Stewart, John M.: Python for scientists (2017)
  19. Woyand, Hans-Bernhard: Python for engineers and natural scientists. Introduction to programming, mathematical applications and visualizations. With numerous pictures and tables as well as 68 exercises (2017)
  20. Albin, Nathan; Klarmann, Joshua: An algorithmic exploration of the existence of high-order summation by parts operators with diagonal norm (2016)

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