CommonJS
CommonJS was a project with the goal to establish conventions on module ecosystem for JavaScript outside of the web browser. The primary reason for its creation was a major lack of commonly accepted form of JavaScript scripts module units which c ...
CSSinJS
CSSinJS is a styling technique where JavaScript is used to style components. When this JavaScript is parsed, CSS is generated and attached into the DOM. It allows you to abstract CSS to the component level itself, using JavaScript to describe s ...
JavaScript engine
A JavaScript engine is a computer program that executes JavaScript code. The first JavaScript engines were mere interpreters, but all relevant modern engines utilize justintime compilation for improved performance. JavaScript engines are typica ...
Isomorphic JavaScript
Isomorphic JavaScript works in the context of a singlepage application SPA. In a typical SPA, most of the application logic, including routing, is encapsulated in a bundled JavaScript file that is sent to the client. Whilst this frees up the ser ...
Userscript
A userscript is a program, usually written in JavaScript, for modifying web pages to augment browsing. On desktop browsers such as Firefox, they are enabled by use of a userscript manager browser extension such as Greasemonkey. The Prestobased O ...
Clitic climbing
Clitic climbing is a phenomenon first identified in Romance languages in which a pronominal object of an embedded infinitive appears attached to the matrix verb. Pronominal objects in Romance languages are typically expressed as clitics. The foll ...
FrancoItalian
FrancoItalian, also known as FrancoVenetian or FrancoLombard, was a literary language used in parts of northern Italy, from the mid13th century to the end of the 14th century. It was employed by writers including Brunetto Latini and Rustichel ...
Judy array
In computer science, a Judy array is a data structure implementing a type of associative array with high performance and low memory usage. Unlike most other keyvalue stores, Judy arrays use no hashing, leverage compression on their keys, and can ...
2–3 tree
In computer science, a 2–3 tree is a tree data structure, where every node with children has either two children and one data element or three children and two data elements. According to Knuth, "a Btree of order 3 is a 23 tree." Nodes on the o ...
2–3–4 tree
In computer science, a 2–3–4 tree is a selfbalancing data structure that is commonly used to implement dictionaries. The numbers mean a tree where every node with children has either two, three, or four child nodes: a 2node has one data element ...
Bxtree
The base structure of the B x tree is a B+ tree in which the internal nodes serve as a directory, each containing a pointer to its right sibling. In the earlier version of the B x tree, the leaf nodes contained the movingobject locations being ...
Binary tree
In computer science, a binary tree is a tree data structure in which each node has at most two children, which are referred to as the left child and the right child. A recursive definition using just set theory notions is that a binary tree is a ...
Interleave lower bound
In the theory of optimal binary search trees, the interleave lower bound is a lower bound on the number of operations required by a binary search tree to execute a given sequence of accesses. Several variants of this lower bound have been proved. ...
Leftchild rightsibling binary tree
Every multiway or kary tree structure studied in computer science admits a representation as a binary tree, which goes by various names including childsibling representation, leftchild, rightsibling binary tree, doubly chained tree or filial ...
Optimal binary search tree
In computer science, an optimal binary search tree, sometimes called a weightbalanced binary tree, is a binary search tree which provides the smallest possible search time for a given sequence of accesses. Optimal BSTs are generally divided into ...
Ttree
In computer science a Ttree is a type of binary tree data structure that is used by mainmemory databases, such as Datablitz, EXtremeDB, MySQL Cluster, Oracle TimesTen and MobileLite. A Ttree is a balanced index tree data structure optimized fo ...
Tango tree
A tango tree is a type of binary search tree proposed by Erik D. Demaine, Dion Harmon, John Iacono, and Mihai Patrașcu in 2004. It is named after Buenos Aires, of which the tango is emblematic. It is an online binary search tree that achieves an ...
Threaded binary tree
In computing, a threaded binary tree is a binary tree variant that facilitates traversal in a particular order. An entire binary sort tree can be easily traversed in order of the main key, but given only a pointer to a node, finding the node whic ...
Tree rotation
In discrete mathematics, tree rotation is an operation on a binary tree that changes the structure without interfering with the order of the elements. A tree rotation moves one node up in the tree and one node down. It is used to change the shape ...
WAVL tree
In computer science, a WAVL tree or weak AVL tree is a selfbalancing binary search tree. WAVL trees are named after AVL trees, another type of balanced search tree, and are closely related both to AVL trees and red–black trees, which fall into a ...
AA tree
An AA tree in computer science is a form of balanced tree used for storing and retrieving ordered data efficiently. AA trees are named for Arne Andersson, their inventor. AA trees are a variation of the redblack tree, a form of binary search tre ...
Interval tree
In computer science, an interval tree is a tree data structure to hold intervals. Specifically, it allows one to efficiently find all intervals that overlap with any given interval or point. It is often used for windowing queries, for instance, t ...
Weightbalanced tree
In computer science, weightbalanced binary trees are a type of selfbalancing binary search trees that can be used to implement dynamic sets, dictionaries and sequences. These trees were introduced by Nievergelt and Reingold in the 1970s as tree ...
Nearest neighbor value interpolation
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Tricubic interpolation
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Bogacki–Shampine method
The Bogacki–Shampine method is a method for the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations, that was proposed by Przemyslaw Bogacki and Lawrence F. Shampine in 1989. The Bogacki–Shampine method is a Runge–Kutta method of order three wi ...
Gauss–Legendre method
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Trapezoidal rule (differential equations)
In numerical analysis and scientific computing, the trapezoidal rule is a numerical method to solve ordinary differential equations derived from the trapezoidal rule for computing integrals. The trapezoidal rule is an implicit secondorder method ...
Crout matrix decomposition
In linear algebra, the Crout matrix decomposition is an LU decomposition which decomposes a matrix into a lower triangular matrix, an upper triangular matrix and, although not always needed, a permutation matrix. It was developed by Prescott Dura ...
Symbolic Cholesky decomposition
In the mathematical subfield of numerical analysis the symbolic Cholesky decomposition is an algorithm used to determine the nonzero pattern for the L {\displaystyle L} factors of a symmetric sparse matrix when applying the Cholesky decompositio ...
Bluefire Supercomputer
The Bluefire Supercomputer is an IBM supercomputer installed in May 2008 by the National Center for Atmospheric Research. It is used to advance research into severe weather and the future of Earths climate.
IBM Deep Thunder
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Mira (supercomputer)
Mira is a petascale Blue Gene/Q supercomputer. As of November 2017, it is listed on TOP500 as the 11th fastest supercomputer in the world, while it debuted June 2012 in 3rd place. It has a performance of 8.59 petaflops and consumes 3.9 MW. The su ...
Yellowstone (supercomputer)
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Cheyenne (supercomputer)
The Cheyenne supercomputer at the NCARWyoming Supercomputing Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming began operation as one of the world’s most powerful and energyefficient computers. Ranked in November 2016 as the 20th most powerful computer in the world ...
Altix
Altix is a line of server computers and supercomputers produced by Silicon Graphics, based on Intel processors. It succeeded the MIPS/IRIXbased Origin 3000 servers.
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