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* Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 277 (2003), no. 2, 609
This is an applied mathematics paper that uses the theory of differential
-equations to prove the existence and uniqueness of certain equations arising
-in engineering applications for dams which are subject to temperature
-gradients. I am responsible for all the numerics in this paper, which was part of
-an undergraduate research grant I worked on.
+equations to prove the existence and uniqueness of certain equations arising in
+engineering applications for dams which are subject to temperature gradients. I
+am responsible for all the numerics in this paper, which was part of an
+undergraduate research grant I worked on.
### On Solutions of Some Nonlinear Differential Equations Arising in Third Grade Fluid Flows
* K. Vajravelu, J.R. Cannon, D. Rollins, J.Leto
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This is an applied mathematics paper that uses the theory of differential
equations to prove the existence and uniqueness of certain equations arising in
industrial applications relating to non-Newtonian fluids. I did all the numerics in this
-paper and actually wrote the CPAN module [Math::ODE](https://metacpan.org/release/Math-ODE/) to solve the equations numerically.
+paper and actually wrote the CPAN module [Math::ODE](https://metacpan.org/release/Math-ODE/)
+to solve the equations numerically.
### [Writing A Useful Program with NASM](https://github.com/leto/writing/blob/master/nasm/nasm.md)
* [Assembly Programming Journal 9](http://mattst88.com/programming/AssemblyProgrammersJournal/issue/9) (2000)

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