Handbook for Automatic Computation

@article{Rutishauser1960HandbookFA,
  title={Handbook for Automatic Computation},
  author={Heinz Rutishauser and Friedrich L. Bauer and Alston S. Householder and Frank W. J. Olver and Klaus Samelson and Eduard Stiefel},
  journal={Comput. J.},
  year={1960},
  volume={2},
  pages={169}
}
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Empirical data include signal with superimposed variations in intensity of an unwanted nature. These signal fluctuations are of particular interest in XPS measurements when the data are partitioned
Developments and Trends in the Parallel Solutionof Linear
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A history of MATLAB
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Computing selected eigenvalues of sparse unsymmetric matrices using subspace iteration
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The design and development of a code to calculate the eigenvalues of a large sparse real unsymmetric matrix that are the rightmost, leftmost, or are of the largest modulus are discussed.
Novel approaches to the calculation of the electronic structure and dynamics of excited states : application to trans-di-imide and ethylene
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Probabilistic Analysis of Aircraft Using Multi-Fidelity Aerodynamics Databases
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Experiments perform a time-accurate maneuver simulation to demonstrate the ability of laser-spot assisted, 3D image analysis to characterize the motion of the satellite duringflight.
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