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  1. Abdi, Ahmad; Cornuéjols, Gérard; Guričanová, Natália; Lee, Dabeen: Cuboids, a class of clutters (2020)
  2. Aguerre, Horacio J.; Venier, César M.; Pairetti, César I.; Márquez Damián, Santiago; Nigro, Norberto M.: A SIMPLE-based algorithm with enhanced velocity corrections: the COMPLEX method (2020)
  3. Averseng, Martin: Fast discrete convolution in (\mathbbR^2) with radial kernels using non-uniform fast Fourier transform with nonequispaced frequencies (2020)
  4. Banert, Sebastian; Ringh, Axel; Adler, Jonas; Karlsson, Johan; Öktem, Ozan: Data-driven nonsmooth optimization (2020)
  5. Bazilevs, Yuri; Kamensky, David; Moutsanidis, Georgios; Shende, Shaunak: Residual-based shock capturing in solids (2020)
  6. Becerra-Sagredo, Julián-Tercero; Málaga, Carlos; Mandujano, Francisco: A GPU-based multi-level algorithm for boundary value problems (2020)
  7. Berahas, Albert S.; Takáč, Martin: A robust multi-batch L-BFGS method for machine learning (2020)
  8. Berry, Eric; Cummins, Bree; Nerem, Robert R.; Smith, Lauren M.; Haase, Steven B.; Gedeon, Tomas: Using extremal events to characterize noisy time series (2020)
  9. Bras-Amorós, Maria; Fernández-González, Julio: The right-generators descendant of a numerical semigroup (2020)
  10. Bünger, Alexandra; Dolgov, Sergey; Stoll, Martin: A low-rank tensor method for PDE-constrained optimization with isogeometric analysis (2020)
  11. Burness, Timothy C.; Giudici, Michael: On the Saxl graph of a permutation group (2020)
  12. Caramia, Massimiliano; Giordani, Stefano: Location of differentiated waste collection centers with user cooperation: a bilevel optimization approach (2020)
  13. Carvalho, Camille; Khatri, Shilpa; Kim, Arnold D.: Asymptotic approximations for the close evaluation of double-layer potentials (2020)
  14. Ceritli, Taha; Williams, Christopher K. I.; Geddes, James: ptype: probabilistic type inference (2020)
  15. Chachólski, Wojciech; Riihimäki, Henri: Metrics and stabilization in one parameter persistence (2020)
  16. Chambolle, A.; Holler, M.; Pock, T.: A convex variational model for learning convolutional image atoms from incomplete data (2020)
  17. Chillotti, Ilaria; Gama, Nicolas; Georgieva, Mariya; Izabachène, Malika: TFHE: fast fully homomorphic encryption over the torus (2020)
  18. Christlieb, Andrew; Guo, Wei; Jiang, Yan; Yang, Hyoseon: Kernel based high order “Explicit” unconditionally stable scheme for nonlinear degenerate advection-diffusion equations (2020)
  19. Das, Dipayan; Hoffstein, Jeffrey; Pipher, Jill; Whyte, William; Zhang, Zhenfei: Modular lattice signatures, revisited (2020)
  20. De Marchi, S.; Marchetti, F.; Perracchione, E.; Poggiali, D.: Polynomial interpolation via mapped bases without resampling (2020)

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