References in zbMATH (referenced in 14 articles )

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  1. Mendible, Ariana; Lowrie, Weston; Brunton, Steven L.; Kutz, J. Nathan: Data-driven modeling of two-dimensional detonation wave fronts (2022)
  2. Ketcheson, David I.: Optimal control of an SIR epidemic through finite-time non-pharmaceutical intervention (2021)
  3. LeFloch, Philippe G.; Ranocha, Hendrik: Kinetic functions for nonclassical shocks, entropy stability, and discrete summation by parts (2021)
  4. Quezada de Luna, Manuel; Ketcheson, David I.: Solitary water waves created by variations in bathymetry (2021)
  5. Ramabathiran, Amuthan A.; Ramachandran, Prabhu: SPINN: sparse, physics-based, and partially interpretable neural networks for PDEs (2021)
  6. Ranocha, Hendrik; de Luna, Manuel Quezada; Ketcheson, David I.: On the rate of error growth in time for numerical solutions of nonlinear dispersive wave equations (2021)
  7. Garcia, D.; Ghommem, M.; Collier, N.; Varga, B. O. N.; Calo, V. M.: PyFly: a fast, portable aerodynamics simulator (2018)
  8. Hadjimichael, Yiannis; Ketcheson, David I.; Lóczi, Lajos; Németh, Adrián: Strong stability preserving explicit linear multistep methods with variable step size (2016)
  9. Lemoine, Grady I.: Three-dimensional mapped-grid finite volume modeling of poroelastic-fluid wave propagation (2016)
  10. Mortensen, Mikael; Langtangen, Hans Petter: High performance python for direct numerical simulations of turbulent flows (2016)
  11. Otte, Philipp; Frank, Martin: Derivation and analysis of lattice Boltzmann schemes for the linearized Euler equations (2016)
  12. Quezada de Luna, Manuel; Ketcheson, David I.: Numerical simulation of cylindrical solitary waves in periodic media (2014)
  13. Shyue, Keh-Ming; Xiao, Feng: An Eulerian interface sharpening algorithm for compressible two-phase flow: the algebraic THINC approach (2014)
  14. Ketcheson, David I.; Mandli, Kyle; Ahmadia, Aron J.; Alghamdi, Amal; De Luna, Manuel Quezada; Parsani, Matteo; Knepley, Matthew G.; Emmett, Matthew: \textttPyclaw: accessible, extensible, scalable tools for wave propagation problems (2012)