PolyChaos.jl - A Julia Package for Polynomial Chaos in Systems and Control

@article{Mhlpfordt2020PolyChaosjlA,
  title={PolyChaos.jl - A Julia Package for Polynomial Chaos in Systems and Control},
  author={Tillmann M{\"u}hlpfordt and Frederik Zahn and Veit Hagenmeyer and Timm Faulwasser},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2004.03970}
}

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