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Halving the Perimeter of a Heart-Shaped Curve
A Sliding Element in Rheological Models
Decomposing Rotations into Shear Mappings
Fractional Rheological Constitutive Equations
Wave Packet Spreading in an Infinite Square Well
Coupled Quantum Harmonic Oscillators
Current-Carrying Wire in Uniform Magnetic Field
Trisecting an Angle Using the Cycloid of Ceva
Estimating Processing Times in a Row of Storage Tanks
Hopf Bifurcations in a Nonlinear Two-Dimensional Autonomous System
Lindgren's Dissection of a Parallelogram to a Parallelogram
Mutualism and Evolutionary Multiplayer Games: Revisiting the Red King Effect
Electromagnetic Wave Incident on a Dielectric Boundary
Applying the Iota-Delta Numerical Function to Describe Normal and Anomalous Diffusion Using the Rules 26 and 146
The Mating Dance of the Alexander Horned Spheres
Earthquake Focal Mechanism
Oregonator with Time Delay
Solution of a PDE Using the Differential Transformation Method
Phase Space of a Simple Pendulum
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