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Opposite Rotations of Frame Segments
Self-Avoiding Random Walks
3D Poincaré Plot of the Logistic Map
Random Acyclic Networks
Distributions Using Slice Sampling
Chaotic Quantum Motion of Two Particles in a 3D Harmonic Oscillator Potential
Algebraic Operations on Melodies
Foam Bubbles Simulating Voronoi Diagrams
Hidden Periodicity in Quality Control Records
Folding Nets into Polyhedra
Cellular Automata That Generate Triangles
One-Dimensional Cellular Automata on the Regular Tessellations
Power Spectrum of the Logistic Map
Iterations of Kaneko Map
Iterations of Strick Map
Feedforward and Feedback Control in Neural Networks
Three Alternatives to the Likelihood Maximization for Estimating a Centered Matérn (3/2) Process
The Cantor Sequence with Bits
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