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PublicationsAny publication of work results generated by use of the Software shall properly acknowledge the use of the Software by citing the Software and the publications, e.g. in the following form:
- Steffen Börm, Lars Grasedyck and Wolfgang Hackbusch: "Introduction to Hierarchical Matrices with Applications", Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 27(5), pp. 405--422, 2003.
- Lars Grasedyck, Ronald Kriemann and Sabine Le Borne: "Parallel blackbox H-LU preconditioning for elliptic boundary value problems", Computing and Visualization in Sciences, Vol. 11, pp 273--291, 2007.
- Ronald Kriemann: "H-LU Factorization on Many-Core Systems", Computing and Visualization in Science, 16, pp. 105-117, 2015.
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