• MATLAB expm

  • Referenced in 172 articles [sw14349]
  • then repeatedly squares to undo the effect of the scaling...
  • PROST

  • Referenced in 167 articles [sw12822]
  • body force due to surface tension, which effectively eliminates spurious currents. We call this algorithm...
  • SnapPea

  • Referenced in 163 articles [sw06873]
  • first step one has to find effective ways of eliminating a large number of gluings...
  • NPSOL

  • Referenced in 147 articles [sw07420]
  • treated separately. Hence it is especially effective if the objective or constraint functions are expensive...
  • impute

  • Referenced in 102 articles [sw14376]
  • robust to missing data, and may lose effectiveness even with a few missing values. Methods ... data are needed, therefore, to minimize the effect of incomplete data sets on analyses...
  • Hyperheuristics

  • Referenced in 141 articles [sw00424]
  • problems, this allows us to rapidly produce effective solutions, in a fraction of the time...
  • MINTO

  • Referenced in 135 articles [sw04587]
  • problem class. To be as effective and efficient as possible when used as a general...
  • FEASPUMP

  • Referenced in 133 articles [sw04802]
  • found. In this paper we study the effect of replacing the original rounding function (which...
  • MONA

  • Referenced in 133 articles [sw06170]
  • describe these techniques and quantify their respective effects by experimenting with separate versions...
  • Spec#

  • Referenced in 123 articles [sw04598]
  • attempt at a more cost effective way to develop and maintain high-quality software. This...
  • Vador

  • Referenced in 120 articles [sw06987]
  • system of particles under the effects of self-consistent electro magnetic fields. The unknown...
  • PROC NLMIXED

  • Referenced in 69 articles [sw11039]
  • models in which both fixed and random effects enter nonlinearly. These models have a wide ... distribution for your data (given the random effects) having either a standard form (normal, binomial ... likelihood integrated over the random effects. Different integral approximations are available, the principal ones being ... using empirical Bayes estimates of the random effects. You can also estimate arbitrary functions...
  • FRK

  • Referenced in 119 articles [sw19172]
  • building block of the Spatial Random Effects (SRE) model, on which this package is based...
  • BartPy

  • Referenced in 83 articles [sw40584]
  • algorithm that generates samples from a posterior. Effectively, BART is a nonparametric Bayesian regression approach ... regression function as well as the marginal effects of potential predictors. By keeping track...
  • MSLiP

  • Referenced in 110 articles [sw01410]
  • adapted to the stochastic setting and their effect on computation times is investigated. The computer...
  • Wirtinger Flow

  • Referenced in 110 articles [sw34175]
  • coded diffraction patterns. We illustrate the effectiveness of our methods with various experiments on image...
  • DYNA3D

  • Referenced in 106 articles [sw17036]
  • material behavior, including elasticity, plasticity, composites, thermal effects, and rate dependence. In addition, DYNA3D...
  • Saga

  • Referenced in 104 articles [sw39677]
  • problem. We give experimental results showing the effectiveness of our method...
  • Pegasos

  • Referenced in 103 articles [sw08752]
  • describe and analyze a simple and effective stochastic sub-gradient descent algorithm for solving...