LaTeX

LaTeX - A document preparation system. LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system; it includes features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. LaTeX is the de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents. LaTeX is available as free software.


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  1. Generalov, Dmitry; Tsvetova, Ekaterina; Fedorov, Ruslan; Kovalnogov, Vladislav; Simos, T. E.: A two-step singularly P-Stable method with high phase and large stability properties for problems in chemistry (2022)
  2. Medvedeva, Marina A.; Simos, T. E.: A two-step method singularly P-Stable with improved properties for problems in quantum chemistry (2022)
  3. Medvedeva, Marina A.; Simos, T. E.: A singularly P-stable two-step method with improved characteristics for problems in chemistry (2022)
  4. Medvedev, Maxim A.; Simos, T. E.: A phase-fitting singularly P-stable economical two-step method for problems in quantum chemistry (2022)
  5. Lin, Chia-Liang; Simos, T. E.: A new finite difference method with optimal phase and stability properties for problems in chemistry (2021)
  6. Lin, Chia-Liang; Simos, T. E.: A new method with vanished phase-lag and its derivatives of the highest order for problems in quantum chemistry (2021)
  7. Li, Xingyuan; Lin, Chia-Liang; Simos, T. E.: A new method with improved phase-lag and stability properties for problems in quantum chemistry - an economical case (2021)
  8. Medvedeva, Marina A.; Simos, T. E.: An economical two-step method with improved phase and stability properties for problems in chemistry (2021)
  9. Medvedeva, Marina A.; Simos, T. E.: An economical two-step method with optimal phase and stability properties for problems in chemistry (2021)
  10. Medvedev, Maxim A.; Simos, T. E.: A new FinDiff numerical scheme with phase-lag and its derivatives equal to zero for periodic initial value problems (2021)
  11. Medvedev, Maxim A.; Simos, T. E.: Efficient FinDiff algorithm with optimal phase properties for problems in quantum chemistry (2021)
  12. Medvedev, Maxim A.; Simos, T. E.: Two-step method with vanished phase-lag and its derivatives for problems in quantum chemistry: an economical case (2021)
  13. Mingliang, Zheng; Simos, T. E.: A new improved economical finite difference method for problems in quantum chemistry (2021)
  14. Öchsner, Marco; Öchsner, Andreas: Advanced LaTeX in academia. Applications in research and education (2021)
  15. Wang, Zenggui; Simos, T. E.: New FD methods with phase-lag and its derivatives equal to zero for periodic initial value problems (2021)
  16. Baxa, C.: Book review of: G. Grätzer, More math into \LaTeX. 5th ed. (2020)
  17. Chen, Xiaoping; Simos, T. E.: A phase fitted FiniteDiffr process for DiffrntEqutns in chemistry (2020)
  18. Haim Bar, HaiYing Wang: Reproducible Science with LaTeX (2020) arXiv
  19. Hao, Sheng; Simos, T. E.: A phase fitted FinDiff process for DifEquns in quantum chemistry (2020)
  20. Lin, Chia-Liang; Simos, T. E.: A complete in phase FiniteDiffrnc algorithm for DiffrntEqutins in chemistry (2020)

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