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**Stochastic Simulation Algorithms for Solving Transient Anisotropic Diffusion-recombination Equations and Application to Cathodoluminescence Imaging.** / Sabelfeld, Karl K.; Kireeva, Anastasia E.

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Sabelfeld, KK & Kireeva, AE 2022, 'Stochastic Simulation Algorithms for Solving Transient Anisotropic Diffusion-recombination Equations and Application to Cathodoluminescence Imaging', *Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability*, Том. 24, стр. 3029-3048. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11009-022-09968-9

Sabelfeld, K. K., & Kireeva, A. E. (2022). Stochastic Simulation Algorithms for Solving Transient Anisotropic Diffusion-recombination Equations and Application to Cathodoluminescence Imaging. *Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability*, *24*, 3029-3048. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11009-022-09968-9

Sabelfeld KK, Kireeva AE. Stochastic Simulation Algorithms for Solving Transient Anisotropic Diffusion-recombination Equations and Application to Cathodoluminescence Imaging. Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability. 2022 дек. 1;24:3029-3048. doi: 10.1007/s11009-022-09968-9

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