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Simplified Model of Quantum Scattering
On the Ewing Model of Magnetism 2
Dynamics of Qubit Lattices
On the Ewing Model of Magnetism
Simulating Real Gases in 2D
Testing Second-Order Integrators for Motion of a Charge in a Homogeneous Magnetic Field
The Thomson Problem with Central Forces
Standard Colorimetric Observer Color-Matching Functions
Iteration Methods for Solving Kepler's Equation
Approach of a System of Particles towards Thermal Equilibrium
Monte Carlo Simulation of Two-Electron Spin Correlations
Eigenfunctions of a 1D Quantum System with Adjustable Potential
Quantum Dynamics in 1D
On the Stability Limit of Leapfrog Methods
Smoothly Interpolating a Set of Data
The Gravitational Two-Body Problem in the Einstein-Infeld-Hoffmann Approximation
Contracting the Double-Twist in SO(3)
The Asynchronous Leapfrog Method as a Stiff ODE Solver
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