
W12SC3
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 W12SC3: supersonic wing design and analysis. COREL and W12SC3 are two computer programs useful in the aerodynamic design and analysis of wings for supersonic maneuvering. ...

W2CWM2C
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 R package W2CWM2C: A Graphical Tool for Wavelet (Cross) Correlation and Wavelet Multiple (Cross) Correlation Analysis. Set of functions that improves the graphical presentations of ...

W3Bcrypt
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 W3Bcrypt: Encryption as a stylesheet. While webbased communications ( e.g., webmail or web chatrooms) are increasingly protected by transportlayer cryptographic mechanisms, such as the SSL/TLS ...

W4s
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 W4s: a realtime system for detecting and tracking people in 2 1/2d. W4S is a real time visual surveillance system for detecting and tracking people ...

WADE
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 WADE: a software platform to develop mission critical applications exploiting agents and workflow. In this paper, we describe two mission critical applications currently deployed by ...

waffle
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 R package waffle. Create Waffle Chart Visualizations in R. Square pie charts (a.k.a. waffle charts) can be used to communicate parts of a whole for ...

Waffles
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 Waffles: a machine learning toolkit. We present a breadthoriented collection of crossplatform commandline tools for researchers in machine learning called Waffles. The Waffles tools are ...

WAFO
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 WAFO is a toolbox of Matlab routines for statistical analysis and simulation of random waves and random loads. WAFO is freely redistributable software, see WAFO ...

WALA
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 The T. J. Watson Libraries for Analysis (WALA) provide static analysis capabilities for Java bytecode and related languages and for JavaScript. The system is licensed ...

waLBerla
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 waLBerla: Optimization for itaniumbased systems with thousands of processors. Performance optimization is an issue at different levels, in particular for computing and communication intensive codes ...

waldi
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 R package waldi provides methods to compute locationadjusted Wald statistics and confidence intervals for popular model classes including glm and brglmFit (see the brglm2 R ...

Waldmeister
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 Waldmeister is a theorem prover for unit equational logic. Its proof procedure is unfailing KnuthBendix completion [BDP89]. Waldmeister’s main advantage is that efficiency has been ...

WAlg
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 MasterPVA and WAlg: Mathematica packages for Poisson vertex algebras and classical affine Walgebras. We give an introduction to the Mathematica packages ”MasterPVA” and ”MasterPVAmulti used ...

WALi
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 WALi: the weighted automaton library.

WALiNWA
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 WALi: NestedWord Automata. WALiNWA is a C++ library for constructing, querying, and operating on nestedword automata. It is a portion of the WALi library, which ...

WalkCarefully
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 ”The QuasiHolonomic Ansatz and Restricted Lattice Walks” by Manuel Kauers and Doron Zeilberger. This article is accompanied by the following Maple packages ...

walker
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 R package walker: Bayesian Generalized Linear Models with TimeVarying Coefficients. Bayesian generalized linear models with timevarying coefficients. Gaussian, Poisson, and binomial observations are supported. The ...

walkr
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 walkr: MCMC Sampling from NonNegative ConvexPolytopes.

Walks
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[sw19291]
 ”The QuasiHolonomic Ansatz and Restricted Lattice Walks” by Manuel Kauers and Doron Zeilberger. This article is accompanied by the following Mathematica packages...

WALKSab
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 This is WALKSab That automatically generates, and solves the algebraic equations for the generating functions let’s call them F[0,i](x[a],x[b]), for i=0,1, ..., b1 for walks ...