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Fangohr, H., Dodgson, M. J., Groot, P. A. J. d. and Cox, S. J. (2002) Numerical simulation of the substrate model for pancake vortices in a layered superconductor.

Fangohr, H., Dodgson, M. J. W., Groot, P. A. J. d. and Cox, S. J. (2002) Computer simulation studies of layered pancake systems using the substrate model. In: UNSPECIFIED. p. 219.

Hey, A. J. G. and Papay, J. (2002) Performance engineering, PSEs and the GRID. Scientific Programming, 10 (1). pp. 3-17. ISSN 1058-9244

Hiett, B. P., Beckett, D. H., Cox, S. J., Generowicz, J. M., Molinari, M. and Thomas, K. S. (2002) Application of Finite Element Methods to Photonic Crystal Modelling. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Snelling, D., van den Berghe, S., von Laszewski, G., Wieder, P., Breuer, D., MacLaren, J., Nicole, D. and Hoppe, H. C. (2002) A Unicore Globus Interoperability Layer. Computing and Informatics, 21 (4). pp. 399-411. ISSN 1335-9150

Xue, G., Fairman, M. J. and Cox, S. J. (2002) Exploiting Web Technologies for Grid Architecture. In: 2002 Cluster Computing and the Grid. pp. 272-273.

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