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Multiscale Modeling & Simulation

@inproceedings{BeebeMultiscaleM,
  title={Multiscale Modeling \& Simulation},
  author={Nelson H. F. Beebe}
}
Accuracy [Aar04]. Acoustic [VMK05]. Adaptive [JLT04]. Adjoint [CL03b]. Adsorbing [AMK03]. Algebraic [KCH03]. Algorithm [MS04]. Algorithms [BCM05]. Alloys [MR03]. Amplifiers [LM04]. Amplitude [AIL05]. Analysis [CL03a]. Angiogenesis [SWOJ05]. Aperture [FS03]. Application [Fil04]. Applied [SEK05]. Approach [XT04]. Approximation [DSS05]. Approximations [DLY05]. Arbitrary [Str05]. Arteries [CLMT05]. Assimilation [ZG04]. Asymptotic [CD03]. Asymptotics [FPSS03]. Atmospheric [CL03b]. Atomic [LE05b… 
A Complete Bibliography of Publications in Multiscale Modeling & Simulation
(BV, L) [TNV04]. 1 [BLO17, FG08, VS11]. 1 + 1 [PM14, SPM18, MT09]. 13 [Str05, Tor06]. 2 [AE11, DD13, FFJD09, JR03, VO13, YLY15, Yin15a]. 2 + 1 [BV06, MK06]. 3 [CLLW15, DWC15, LH14, PKC05]. 30
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