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      Crowds by example 

      Lerner, A.; Chrysanthou, Yiorgos L.; Lischinski, D. (2007)
      We present an example-based crowd simulation technique. Most crowd simulation techniques assume that the behavior exhibited by each person in the crowd can be defined by a restricted set of rules. This assumption limits ...
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      Financial time series 

      Politis, Dimitris Nicolas (2009)
      The evolution of financial markets is a complicated real-world phenomenon that ranks at the top in terms of difficulty of modeling and/or prediction. One reason for this difficulty is the well-documented nonlinearity that ...
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      Lie symmetries of generalized Burgers equations: application to boundary-value problems 

      Vaneeva, Olena O.; Sophocleous, Christodoulos; Leach, Peter G. L. (2015)
      There exist several approaches exploiting Lie symmetries in the reduction of boundary-value problems for partial differential equations modelling real-world phenomena to those problems for ordinary differential equations. ...