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  1. Yang, Yi; Wang, Sixin; Wen, Meilin; Xu, Wei: Reliability modeling and evaluation of cyber-physical system (CPS) considering communication failures (2021)
  2. Awad, Emad; Metzler, Ralf: Crossover dynamics from superdiffusion to subdiffusion: models and solutions (2020)
  3. de Araujo, Anderson L. A.; Faria, Luiz F. O.; Melo Gurjão, Jéssyca L. F.: Positive solutions of nonlinear elliptic equations involving supercritical Sobolev exponents without Ambrosetti and Rabinowitz condition (2020)
  4. Lee, Kevin H.; Xue, Lingzhou; Hunter, David R.: Model-based clustering of time-evolving networks through temporal exponential-family random graph models (2020)
  5. Medina, David; Valizadeh, Navid; Samaniego, Esteban; Jerves, Alex X.; Rabczuk, Timon: Isogeometric analysis of insoluble surfactant spreading on a thin film (2020)
  6. Davis, Ernest: Proof verification technology and elementary physics (2019)
  7. Kulkarni, Chinmay S.; Lermusiaux, Pierre F. J.: Advection without compounding errors through flow map composition (2019)
  8. Telles, Charles Roberto: A mathematical modelling for workflows (2019)
  9. Abdal Rahem, Mushtaq; Darrah, Marjorie: Using a computational approach for generalizing a consensus measure to Likert scales of any size (n) (2018)
  10. Aoussou, Jean; Lin, Jing; Lermusiaux, Pierre F. J.: Iterated pressure-correction projection methods for the unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations (2018)
  11. Arslan, Abdullah N.: A fast algorithm for all-pairs Hamming distances (2018)
  12. Braun, Christopher; Maunder, James: Minimal models of quantum homotopy Lie algebras via the BV-formalism (2018)
  13. Xu, Xingbai; Lee, Lung-fei: Sieve maximum likelihood estimation of the spatial autoregressive Tobit model (2018)
  14. Zernik, Amitai Netser; Schlank, Tomer M.; Tessler, Ran J.: Exact maximum-entropy estimation with Feynman diagrams (2018)
  15. Elemy, Hany: A one-way quantum amplifier for long-distance quantum communication (2017)
  16. Engelberg, Shlomo: Elementary number theory and Rader’s FFT (2017)
  17. Mai, Chu V.; Sudret, Bruno: Surrogate models for oscillatory systems using sparse polynomial chaos expansions and stochastic time warping (2017)
  18. Romano, Giovanni; Barretta, Raffaele; Diaco, Marina: Solid-fluid interaction: a continuum mechanics assessment (2017)
  19. Skogvoll, V.; Liabøtrø, O.: Composite fermion basis for (M)-component Bose gases (2017)
  20. Szkatuła, Krzysztof: Impact of deadline intervals on behavior of solutions to the random sequencing jobs with deadlines problem (2017)

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