Bibliography Report Ideas

Information qualifies as common knowledge when it can be found in a significant number of sources and is not considered to be controversial. General descriptions of social customs, traditions, and observable world phenomena qualify as common knowledge, as well as popular expressions and sayings such as “the early bird gets the worm.” Common knowledge can vary between subject fields, so think about your audience. If you have doubts about whether something is common knowledge, ask your professor or another expert in the discipline.

 

Example

Common Knowledge: 
Davidson College was established in 1837 by Presbyterians.

Needs a Citation:
Davidson College was established in 1837 by Presbyterians who bought the land primarily for its rural location, far from the immoral enticements of cities.

 

For more information about when you don't need to cite, see:

  • Ballenger, Bruce P. "Appendix A: Guide to MLA Style." The Curious Researcher: A Guide to Writing Research Papers. New York: Longman, 2009. 257-318. Print.

    Contains information about the circumstances in which to cite and some examples of common knowledge.
    Check WorldCat record.

  • Fowler, H. Ramsey, and Jane E. Aaron. "Avoiding Plagiarism and Documenting Sources." The Little, Brown Handbook. New York: Pearson Longman, 2010. 626-634. Print.

    Contains a section on what qualifies as common knowledge.
    Check WorldCat record.

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Peer-Reviewed Publications

2016

  • S. Balay, J. Brown, M. Knepley, L. C. McInnes, and B. Smith. Providing mixed-language and legacy support within a library: experiences of developing PETSc. 2016. chapter accepted for publication in the upcoming book on {\em Software Engineering for Science}, editors J. Carver, H. C. Hong, and G. Thiruvathukal
    [BibTeX]
  • R. Bartlett, A. Dubey, S. Li, J. D. Moulton, J. Willenbring, and U. Yang. The role of automated testing in scientific software: impacts on research credibility, development productivity, maturation, and sustainability. 2016. chapter accepted for publication in the upcoming book on {\em Software Engineering for Science}, editors J. Carver, H. C. Hong, and G. Thiruvathukal
    [BibTeX]
  • Ethan T. Coon, David J. Moulton, and Scott L. Painter. Managing complexity in simulations of land surface and near-surface processes. Environmental modelling & software, 78:134-149, 2016. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2015.12.017
    [BibTeX]
  • A. Dubey, K. Antypas, E. Coon, and K. Riley. Software process for multicomponent multiphysics codes. 2016. chapter accepted for publication in the upcoming book on {\em Software Engineering for Science}, editors J. Carver, H. C. Hong, and G. Thiruvathukal
    [BibTeX]
  • R. M. Maxwell, L. E. Condon, S. J. Kollet, K. Maher, R. Haggerty, and M. M. Forrester. The imprint of climate and geology on the residence times of groundwater. Geophysical research letters, 43(2):701-708, 2016. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/2015GL066916
    [BibTeX]
  • Dali Wang, Zhou Yao, and Frank Winkler. Building a function testing platform for complex scientific computing code. 2016. chapter accepted for publication in the upcoming book on {\em Software Engineering for Science}, editors J. Carver, H. C. Hong, and G. Thiruvathukal
    [BibTeX]
  • Zhuo Yao, Yulu Jia, Dali Wang, Chad Steed, and Scott Atchley. In situ data infrastructure for scientific unit testing platform. In Proceedings of the 13$^{th}$ international workshop on multiscale modelling and simulation, in conjunction with the international conference on computational science (iccs), june 6-8, 2016, san diego, ca, 2016. in press
    [BibTeX]

2015

  • L. E. Condon, A. S. Hering, and R. M. Maxwell. Quantitative assessment of groundwater controls across major us river basins using a multi-model regression algorithm.. Advances in water resources, 82:106-123, 2015. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2015.04.008
    [BibTeX]
  • A. Dubey and D. Graves. A design proposal for a next generation scientific software framework. In Proceedings of heteropar’2015 workshop, vienna, austria, August 2015.
    [BibTeX]
  • Todd Gamblin, Matthew P. LeGendre, Michael R. Collette, Gregory L. Lee, Adam Moody, Bronis R. de Supinski, and Scott W. Futral. The Spack Package Manager: Bringing order to HPC software chaos. In Supercomputing 2015 (sc’15), Austin, Texas, November 15-20 2015. LLNL-CONF-669890
    [BibTeX][Download PDF]
  • R. M. Maxwell and L. E. Condon. Evaluating the relationship between topography and groundwater using outputs from a continental scale integrated hydrology model. Water resources research, 51, 2015. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/2014WR016774
    [BibTeX]
  • T. D. Scheibe, X. Yang, X. Chen, and G. Hammond. A hybrid multiscale framework for subsurface flow and transport simulations. Procedia comput. sci., 51:1098-1107, 2015. International Conference on Computational Science, {(ICCS)} 2015 Computational Science at the Gates of Nature doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.276
    [BibTeX][Download PDF]
  • Dali Wang, Wei Wu, Tommy Janjusic, Yang Xu, Colleen Iversen, Peter Thornton, and Misha Krassovisk. Scientific functional testing platform for environmental models: an application to the Community Land Model. In International workshop on software engineering for high performance computing in science, 37th international conference on software engineering, may 16-24, 2015, florence, italy, 2015. doi:10.1109/SE4HPCS.2015.10
    [BibTeX]

2014

  • Dali Wang, Wei Wu, Frank Winkler, Wei Ding, and Oscar Hernandez. A feasibility study on porting the community land model onto accelerators using OpenACC. International journal of advanced computer science and applications (ijacsa), 5(12), 2014. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14569/IJACSA.2014.051203
    [BibTeX]
  • V. Mahadevan, S. Colby, and M. Thomas. A review of multiscale coupling tools to improve scientific productivity. . Document in preparation
    [BibTeX]
  • V. Mahadevan, M. Thomas, and S. Colby. A review of multiscale coupling tools to improve scientific productivity. . Abstract accepted for presentation at the 13$^{th}$ International Workshop on Multiscale Modelling and Simulation, in conjunction with the International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS), June 6-8, 2016, San Diego, CA
    [BibTeX]

Presentations

2016

  • David E. Bernholdt. Planning for change: designing large-scale software systems for emerging HPC environments. plenary talk, 56th Sanibel Symposium, St. Simons Island, Geor\ gia, USA, February 14–19 2016.
    [BibTeX]
  • David E. Bernholdt and Oscar R. Hernandez. An overview of the IDEAS software productivity project. seminar, ABB Corporate Research, Raleigh, North Carolina, May 2, 2016.
    [BibTeX]
  • L. E. Condon, I. E. M. de Graaf, and R. M. Maxwell. Assessing groundwater surface water interactions using an integrated hydrologic model of the continental U.S.. 2016. Poster at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Dipankar Dwivedi, Carl Steefel, Erica Woodburn, David Moulton, Ethan Coon, Lauren Foster, and Reed Maxwell. Testing code interoperability and productivity on modeling integrated surface-subsurface water flow and biogeochemical cycling in the hyporheic zone — IDEAS Use Case 1. 2016. Poster at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Michael A. Heroux, Lois Curfman McInnes, David Bernholdt, Hans Johansen, Tim Scheibe, Ulrike Yang, and the IDEAS team. Interoperable design of extreme-scale application software (IDEAS): software development metholdologies that enhance scientific productivity. 2016. Poster at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Jeffrey Johnson, Sergi Molins, Ethan Coon, and Reed Maxwell. Interoperable software for integrated watershed scale models. 2016. Poster at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • R. M. Maxwell. Towards a high resolution, integrated hydrology model of north america: diagnosis of feedbacks between groundwater and land energy fluxes at continental scales. 2016. Invited talk at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Lois Curfman McInnes. Interoperable design of extreme-scale application software (ideas). 2016. Invited talk at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • J. D. Moulton. Realizing the virtual laboratory through community supported cyberinfrastructure: leveraging ideas and beyond. 2016. Invited talk at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • D. Moulton, E. Coon, J. Johnson, S. Molins, G. Hammond, C. Steefel, S. Painter, M. Heroux, L. C. McInnes, H. Johansen, and D. Bernholdt. Interoperable designs and community approaches to software productivity in environmental applications. 2016. Presentation at the \CMWR{}
    [BibTeX]
  • S. L. Painter and E. T. Coon. Update on IDEAS Use Case 2. 2016. Presentation at NGEE-Arctic Science Talk, April 2016
    [BibTeX]
  • S. L. Painter, E. T. Coon, A. Jan, and J. D. Moulton. A multiscale strategy for process-rich, microtopography-aware simulations of soil thermal hydrology in polygonal tundra.. 2016. Presentation at the Austin International Conference on Soil Modeling, March 29 — April 1, 2016, Austin, Texas
    [BibTeX]
  • S. L. Painter. A multiscale strategy for process-rich, microtopography-aware simulations of thermal hydrology in polygonal tundra. 2016. Invited talk at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • S. L. Painter, E. T. Coon, A. Jan, and J. D. Moulton. A multiscale strategy for process-rich, microtopography-aware simulations of soil thermal hydrology in polygonal tundra.. 2016. Poster at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • T. D. Scheibe, X. Yang, X. Song, G. E. Hammond, X. Chen, I. Battiato, S. Korneev, A. M. Tartakovsky, G. D. Tartakovsky, X. Yang, and J. M. Zachara.. Hybrid multiscale simulation of hydro-biogeochemical processes in the groundwater-surface water interaction zone. 2016. Poster at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Carl Steefel. Interoperability and productivity in modeling watershed-scale integrated surface-subsurface water flow and biogeochemical cycling. 2016. Invited talk at \ESSPIs{}
    [BibTeX]
  • X. Yang and T. D. Scheibe. Hybrid multiscale simulation of hydrologic-biogeochemical processes in subsurface environments. 2016. Presentation at the \CMWR{}
    [BibTeX]

2015

  • David Bernholdt, Lois Curfman McInnes, and Hans Johansen. Software engineering tools and methodologies for community code development — what support can the IDEAS project provide?. 2015. Presentation at \ESSWorkshop{}
    [BibTeX]
  • David Bernholdt, Wael Elwasif, and Donald Batchelor. Software productivity appliction: integrated modeling for fusion energy. 2015. Presentation at \SIAMCSE{}
    [BibTeX]
  • David E. Bernholdt. Programming environment and software engineering at extreme scale. invited talk, US-Japan Joint Institute for Fusion Theory Workshop on Innovations and Co-Design of Fusion Simulations Towards Extreme Scale Computing, Nagoya, Japan, August 20–21 2015.
    [BibTeX]
  • Jeffrey Carver and Mike Heroux. Software productivity community input: concerns and priorities. 2015. Facilitated discussion at \SIAMCSE{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Ethan Coon, David Moulton, Scott Painter, and Markus Berndt. Arcos: a coupling framework for managing complexity and enabling rapid development in ecosystem hydrology. 2015. Presentation at \SIAMGS{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Todd Gamblin. Spack: a flexible package manager for HPC. In 13th annual workshop on charm++ and its applications, Parallel Programming Laboratory, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, May 7-8, 2015.
    [BibTeX]
  • Glenn E. Hammond. PFLOTRAN: recent developments facilitating massively-parallel reactive biogeochemical transport. 2015. Poster B43B-0547 at \AGUFALLf{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Michael A. Heroux, Lois Curfman McInnes, David Bernholdt, Hans Johansen, Tim Scheibe, Ulrike Yang, Ross Bartlett, Sherry Li, Barry Smith, James Willenbring, and the IDEAS team. Interoperable design of extreme-scale application software (IDEAS): software development metholdologies that enhance scientific productivity. 2015. Poster at \ESSPIf{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Michael A. Heroux. Next generation applications: using a productivity focus. 2015. Invited presentation at 2015 OLCF Annual User Meeting, June 23-35, 2015
    [BibTeX]
  • Michael A. Heroux, Lois Curfman McInnes, David Bernholdt, Hans Johansen, Tim Scheibe, Ulrike Yang, Ross Bartlett, Sherry Li, Barry Smith, James Willenbring, and the IDEAS team. Interoperable design of extreme-scale application software (IDEAS): software development metholdologies that enhance scientific productivity. 2015. Poster at OLCF Annual Users Meeting, June 23-27, 2015
    [BibTeX]
  • Jeffrey N. Johnson and Sergi Molins. Alquimia: exposing mature biogeochemistry capabilities for easier benchmarking and development of next-generation subsurface codes. 2015. Poster B43B-0542 at \AGUFALLf{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Reed Maxwell, Laura Condon, Stefan Kollet, and Mary Michael Forrester. Pushing integrated hydrologic modeling towards the exascale: case studies in residence time and scaling using hyperresolution simulations over the continental U.S. and the Colorado headwaters. 2015. Presentation at \SIAMGS{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Lois Curfman McInnes, Mike Heroux, and Hans Johansen. Software productivity challenges for extreme-scale science. 2015. Presentation at \SIAMCSE{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Sergi Molins, David Trebotich, Joe Beisman, Reed Maxwell, Ben Andre, Jeff Johnson, Marc Day, Glenn Hammond, and Carl Steefel. Interfacing the geochemical code CrunchFlow with HPC transport codes at different spatial scales: lessons and outlook. 2015. Presentation at \SIAMGS{}
    [BibTeX]
  • David Moulton, Scott Painter, Carl Steefel, Ethan Coon, Sergi Molins, Glenn Hammond, Jeff Johnson, Reed Maxwell, Tim Scheibe, Xiaofan Yang, Mike Heroux, Lois Curfman McInnes, David Bernholdt, Hans Johansen, Ulrike Meier Yang, and the IDEAS team. Community approaches to software productivity in environmental applications. 2015. Poster at MODFLOW and More 2015: Modeling a Complex World, May 31 — June 3, 2015, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO
    [BibTeX]
  • David Moulton, Ethan Coon, Carl Steefel, Sergi Molins, and Scott Painter. Software productivity challenges in environmental applications. 2015. Presentation at \SIAMCSE{}
    [BibTeX]
  • David Moulton. Scientific software engineering and productivity: IDEAS project overview and use cases. 2015. Presentation at \ESSWorkshop{}
    [BibTeX]
  • David Moulton, Carl Steefel, Scott Painter, Ethan Coon, Sergi Molins, Glenn Hammond, Reed Maxwell, Tim Scheibe, and Xiaofan Yang. Interoperable design of extreme-scale application software (IDEAS): a community approach to software productivity. 2015. Presentation at \SIAMGS{}
    [BibTeX]
  • David Moulton, Carl Steefel, Scott Painter, Tim Scheibe, Reed Maxwell, Ethan Coon, Glenn Hammond, and Xiaofan Yang. Environmental systems science use cases drive requirements for community-based software development. 2015. Poster at \ESSPIf{}
    [BibTeX]
  • S. L. Painter and E. T. Coon. Use case 2 of the IDEAS Project. 2015. Presentation at NGEE-Arctic All Hands Meeting, December 2015, San Francisco, CA
    [BibTeX]
  • Timothy Scheibe, Xiaofan Yang, Xingyuan Chen, and Glenn Hammond. A hybrid multiscale framework for subsurface flow and transport simulations. 2015. Presentation at the Multiscale Modelling and Simulation, 12$^{th}$ International Workshop (MSCALE) in the ICCS 2015: Computational Science at the Gates of Nature, June 1–3, 2015, Reykjavik, Iceland
    [BibTeX]
  • Dali Wang. Experience and lessons on modular ecosystem model development. 2015. Presentation at \SIAMGS{}
    [BibTeX]

2014

  • Organizer} William {Harrod, William Gropp Thomas Sterling {Panelists Mike Heroux Robert Wisnieski, and Satoshi Matsuoka}. HPC productivity or performance: choose one. 2014. Panel at SC14, New Orleans, LA, November 16-21, 2014
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  • David Bernholdt. An introduction to the IDEAS software productivity project. . Presentation at the Second International Workshop on Software Engineering for High-Performance Computing in Computational Science and Engineering (SE-HPCCSE 2014), held in conjunction with SC14, November 2014
    [BibTeX]

HowTo, WhatIs, and Related Guides

2016

  • Roscoe Bartlett, James M. Willenbring, Michael A. Heroux, and Todd Gamblin. How to do version control with git in your CSE project. 2016. IDEAS {\em HowTo} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Roscoe Bartlett, James M. Willenbring, and Todd Gamblin. What is version control?. 2016. IDEAS {\em WhatIs} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Anshu Dubey, Todd Gamblin, Michael A. Heroux, Irina Demeshko, and Barry Smith. What is performance portability for CSE applications?. 2016. IDEAS {\em WhatIs} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Anshu Dubey, Roscoe Bartlett, Ulrike Yang, and Ethan Coon. What is good documentation?. 2016. IDEAS {\em WhatIs} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Anshu Dubey, Roscoe Bartlett, Barry Smith, and Jeff Johnson. How to write good documentation. 2016. IDEAS {\em HowTo} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Anshu Dubey, Ulrike Yang, Michael A. Heroux, Todd Gamblin, and Irina Demeshko. How to enable performance portability for CSE applications. 2016. IDEAS {\em HowTo} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Michael A. Heroux, Hans Johansen, David Bernholdt, and Lois Curfman McInnes. What is CSE software productivity?. 2016. IDEAS {\em WhatIs} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Lois Curfman McInnes, Michael A. Heroux, Xiaoye Li, Barry Smith, Ulrike Yang, and all xSDK developers. What are interoperable software libraries: introducing the xSDK. 2016. IDEAS {\em WhatIs} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Jason Sarich, Roscoe Bartlett, Todd Gamblin, and Barry Smith. What is software configuration?. 2016. IDEAS {\em WhatIs} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Jason Sarich, Roscoe Bartlett, Michael A. Heroux, Barry Smith, and James M. Willenbring. How to configure software. 2016. IDEAS {\em HowTo} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Ulrike Yang, Roscoe Bartlett, Glenn Hammond, Xiaoye Li, Barry Smith, and James M. Willenbring. How to add and improve testing in your CSE software project. 2016. IDEAS {\em HowTo} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]
  • Ulrike Yang, Roscoe Bartlett, Glenn Hammond, Xiaoye Li, Barry Smith, and James M. Willenbring. What are software testing practices?. 2016. IDEAS {\em WhatIs} document, version 0.2, April 25, 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]

2015

  • Roscoe Bartlett, Barry Smith, James M. Willenbring, Michael A. Heroux, and Ulrike Yang. Definition and categorization of tests for CSE software. 2015. IDEAS {\em WhatIs} document, version 0.1, April 29, 2015, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/howtos/}
    [BibTeX]

Other Artifacts

2016

  • Alicia Marie Klinvex. xSDKTrilinos user manual. Technical Report SAND2016-3396 O, Sandia, 2016.
    [BibTeX]
  • B. Smith, R. Bartlett, and the xSDK team. xSDK compliance standards. 2016. IDEAS {\em xSDK} document, version 0.2, January 2016, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/xsdk-docs/}, also see Appendix G of 2016 IDEAS progress report
    [BibTeX]

2015

  • R. Bartlett, J. Sarich, B. Smith, T. Gamblin, and the xSDK team. xSDK standard Configure and CMake options. 2015. IDEAS {\em xSDK} document, version 0.1, November 2015, available via \url{https://ideas-productivity.org/resources/xsdk-docs/}, also see Appendix H of 2016 IDEAS progress report
    [BibTeX]
  • U.S. Department of Energy. Building cyberinfrastructure for environmental system science: modeling frameworks, data management and scientific workflows. 2015. Report on BER Workshop held April 30 — May 1, 2015, Potomac, MD
    [BibTeX][Download PDF]
  • Anshu Dubey, Lois Curfman McInnes, Philippe Canal, Daniel Elvira, Salman Habib, and Robert Roser. Enhanced software productivity for next-generation Geant science: a proposed ASCR/HEP collaboration. . whitepaper submitted to DOE in April 2016, currently under revision
    [BibTeX]
  • L. C. McInnes, J. D. Moulton, M. Heroux, D. Bernholdt, and H. Johansen. Enhanced software productivity to deliver BER science at exascale. . whitepaper submitted to the Exascale Requirements Review for Biological and Environmental Research, Rockville, MD, March 29-30, 2016
    [BibTeX]
  • Ulrich Ruede, Karen Willcox, Lois Curfman McInnes, Hans De Sterck, Omar Ghattas, David E. Keyes, and others. Future directions in CSE education and research. . Draft report led by SIAM Activity Group on Computational Science and Engineering, presented at SIAM CSE15 Conference, March 2015, currently under revision to incorporate community feedback
    [BibTeX]

Trainings

  • Anshu Dubey. What all codes should do: overview of best practices in HPC software development. . Presentation on May 4, 2016, Webinar Series on Best Practices for HPC Software Developers, jointly organized by ALCF, IDEAS, NERSC, and OLCF
    [BibTeX]
  • Barry Smith. Developing, configuring, building, and deploying HPC software. . Presentation on May 18, 2016, Webinar Series on Best Practices for HPC Software Developers, jointly organized by ALCF, IDEAS, NERSC, and OLCF
    [BibTeX]

Events Organized

2015

  • D. Dwivedi, S. Molins, C. Steefel, and D. Moulton (Co-organizers). Benchmarking next-generation reactive transport models for predicting watershed biogeochemical cycling. 2015. Poster Session B43B organized at \AGUFALLf{}
    [BibTeX]
  • Hans Johansen and Lois Curfman McInnes (Co-organizers). Scientific software productivity at extreme scale. 2015. Minisymposium at \SIAMCSE{}
    [BibTeX]
  • J. D. Moulton, H. M. Wainwright, T. Scheibe, and D. Lesmes. A critical gap in data management: integration workflows for models and data. 2015. Townhall TH23C at \AGUFALLf{}
    [BibTeX]
  • David Moulton, Carl Steefel, Tim Scheibe, and Co-Organizers} Roelof {Versteeg. Environmental system science (ESS) workshop on model-data integration: modeling frameworks, data management and scientific workflows. 2015. April 30 – May 1, 2015, Potomac, MD
    [BibTeX]
  • David Moulton and Ethan Coon (Co-organizers). Interoperable designs and community approaches to software productivity. 2015. Minisymposium at \SIAMGS{}
    [BibTeX]
  • {SIAM Conference Computational on Science and Engineering (CSE15)}. 2015. Hans De Sterck, Chris Johnson, and Lois Curfman McInnes (CSE15 Co-Chairs), March 14-18, 2015, Salt Lake City, Utah, \url{http://www.siam.org/meetings/cse15/}
    [BibTeX]

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