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Five-Mode Truncation of the Navier-Stokes Equations
Simplicial Homology of the Alpha Complex
Triple-Slit Experiment in the Causal Interpretation
Five Famous Fractals
Minimum Number of Managers
3D Rep-Tiles and Irreptiles
Tracing Rays Reflected from a Spherical Mirror
Non-logarithmic Slide Rule
Roll a Sphere without Changing Orientation to a New Location in Two Straight Rolls
Gravitational Waves from Non-precessing Spinning Binary Black Hole Coalescence
Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Calculator for Chloroform/Acetone/Methanol Mixture
Effect of a Perturbation on the Stable Points of a Dynamical System
3D Construction Set
Chebyshev Collocation Method for the Helmholtz Problem
Chebyshev Collocation Method for 2D Boundary Value Problems
Chebyshev Spectral Differentiation via Fast Fourier Transform
Dynamics of a Nonadiabatic Continuously Stirred Tank Reactor
Nonparametric Regression and Kernel Smoothing: Confidence Regions for the L2-Optimal Curve Estimate
Nomogram for the Geometric Mean
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