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TIP
2010
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Distance Regularized Level Set Evolution and Its Application to Image Segmentation
Level set methods have been widely used in image processing and computer vision. In conventional level set formulations, the level set function typically develops irregularities du...
Chunming Li, Chenyang Xu, Changfeng Gui, Martin D....
JSCIC
2010
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Interior Penalty Continuous and Discontinuous Finite Element Approximations of Hyperbolic Equations
In this paper we present the continuous and discontinuous Galerkin methods in a unified setting for the numerical approximation of the transport dominated advection-reaction equati...
Erik Burman, Alfio Quarteroni, Benjamin Stamm
IJBC
2010
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Starting homoclinic Tangencies Near 1 : 1 resonances
We construct a theory-based numerical method for starting the continuation of homoclinic tangencies near 1 : 1 resonances, for systems with arbitrary dimension 2. The core of the ...
Joseph Páez Chávez
ICAI
2009
10 years 8 months ago
Data Mining in Incomplete Numerical and Categorical Data Sets: A Neuro Fuzzy Approach
- There are many applications dealing with incomplete data sets that take different approaches to making imputations for missing values. Most tackle the problem for numerical input...
Pilar Rey del Castillo, Jesus Cardenosa
PROCEDIA
2010
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Numerical solution of level dependent quasi-birth-and-death processes
We consider the numerical computation of stationary distributions for level dependent quasi-birth-and-death processes. An algorithm based on matrix continued fractions is presente...
Hendrik Baumann, Werner Sandmann
IJCM
2010
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Lifting solutions of quasilinear convection-dominated problems
The steady state of the quasilinear convection-diffusion-reaction equation ut − (D(u) u) + b(u) u + c(u) = 0 (1) is studied. Depending on the ratio between convection and diff...
J. A. Ferreira, A. P. Mouro, P. Oliveira
COMPUTER
1999
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Scientific Components Are Coming
abstract mathematical or physical statement, not something specific. The way scientific programmers most frequently verify that their programs are correct is to examine their resul...
Paul F. Dubois
AMC
2005
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Performance of the Taylor series method for ODEs/DAEs
This paper revisits the use of the Taylor series method for the numerical integration of ODEs and DAEs. The numerical method is implemented using an efficient variablestep variabl...
Roberto Barrio
CORR
2007
Springer
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A Mobile Computing Architecture for Numerical Simulation
The domain of numerical simulation is a place where the parallelization of numerical code is common. The definition of a numerical context means the configuration of resources suc...
Cyril Dumont, Fabrice Mourlin
AUTOMATICA
2008
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Injectivity analysis using interval analysis: Application to structural identifiability
This paper presents a new numerical algorithm based on interval analysis able to prove that a differentiable function f : A Rn Rn is injective. This algorithm also performs a par...
Sebastien Lagrange, Nicolas Delanoue, Luc Jaulin
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