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References in zbMATH (referenced in 32 articles )

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  1. Carette, Jacques; Farmer, William M.; Kohlhase, Michael; Rabe, Florian: Big math and the one-brain barrier: the tetrapod model of mathematical knowledge (2021)
  2. Carlson, Joshua; Goedhart, Eva G.; Harris, Pamela E.: Sequences of consecutive factoradic happy numbers (2020)
  3. Zhang, Jindong; Du, Yin; Yan, He: Code design for moving target-detecting radar in nonhomogeneous signal-dependent clutter (2020)
  4. Caragiu, Mihai; Tefft, Shannon; Kemats, Aaron; Maenle, Travis: A linear complexity analysis of quadratic residues and primitive roots spacings (2019)
  5. Zhang, Juling; Yang, Guowu; Hung, William N. N.; Liu, Tian; Song, Xiaoyu; Perkowski, Marek A.: A group algebraic approach to NPN classification of Boolean functions (2019)
  6. Minimair, Manfred: Collaborative computer algebra (2017)
  7. Sondow, Jonathan; MacMillan, Kieren: Primary pseudoperfect numbers, arithmetic progressions, and the Erdős-Moser equation (2017)
  8. Bruno, J.: Pathological and highly transitive representations of free groups. (2015)
  9. Brunyate, Adrian; Clark, Pete L.: Extending the Zolotarev-Frobenius approach to quadratic reciprocity (2015)
  10. Iancu, Mihnea; Kohlhase, Michael: Math literate knowledge management via induced material (2015)
  11. Pranjali: A note on zero rings. (2015)
  12. Ginev, Deyan; Corneli, Joseph: NNexus reloaded (2014)
  13. Kovič, Jurij: Permutation inequalities (2014)
  14. Pinheiro, I. M. R.: First note on the shape of (S)-convexity (2014)
  15. Schöneberg, Ulf; Sperber, Wolfram: POS tagging and its applications for mathematics. Text analysis in mathematics (2014)
  16. Ginev, Deyan; Miller, Bruce R.: LaTeXml 2012 -- a year of LaTeXml (2013)
  17. Huynh, Union H.-N.; Fulton, Neale L.: Aircraft proximity termination conditions in the planar turn centric modes (2013)
  18. Broomhead, Nathan: Dimer models and Calabi-Yau algebras (2012)
  19. Huynh, Union H.-N.; Fulton, Neale L.: Aircraft proximity termination conditions for 3D turn centric modes (2012)
  20. Kohlhase, Michael: The Planetary project: towards eMath3.0 (2012)

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