- Inelastic collapse of rotating spheres Norbert Schorghofer and Tong Zhou*
- Energy spectra of steady two-dimensional turbulent flows Norbert Schorghofer
- Europhys. Lett., 52 (4), pp. 399405 (2000) EUROPHYSICS LETTERS 15 November 2000
- Short Communication Buffering of Sublimation Loss of Subsurface Ice by Percolating
- Stability and exchange of subsurface ice on Mars Norbert Schorghofer and Oded Aharonson
- THE LIFETIME OF ICE ON MAIN BELT ASTEROIDS Norbert Schorghofer
- The Astronomical Theory of Ice Ages on Mars
- THE THIRD BRANCH Essays on Scientific Computing
- Themes of Numerical Analysis A systematic treatment of numerical methods is provided in conventional
- Roundoff and Number Representation
- Programming Tools 4.1 Choosing a Programming Language
- Discrete Approximations of the Continuum
- Performance Basics 8.1 Speed and Limiting Factors of Computations
- Deep inside Computers 9.1 A Programmer's View of Computer Hardware
- Random Numbers and Stochastic Methods
- Symbolic Computation 13.1 Computer Algebra Systems
- A Crash Course on Partial Differential Equations
- Icarus 180 (2006) 321334 www.elsevier.com/locate/icarus
- Drainage basins and channel incision on Mars Oded Aharonson*, Maria T. Zuber, Daniel H. Rothman, Norbert Schorghofer, and Kelin X. Whipple
- Subsurface migration of H2O at lunar cold traps Norbert Schorghofer1
- Temperature response of Mars to Milankovitch cycles Norbert Schorghofer1
- From Programs to Data Analysis
- A physical mechanism for long-term survival of ground ice in Beacon Valley, Antarctica
- Analytic and Numeric Solutions; Chaos
- Subsurface ice on Mars with rough topography Oded Aharonson1
- 1-Dimensional Numerical Model of Thermal Conduction and Vapor Diffusion
- The Lifetime of Ice on Main Belt Asteroids
- Answers to Problems Chapter 1. All of them can be solved analytically.
- Theory of ground ice stability in sublimation environments Norbert Schorghofer*
- Fast Numerical Method for Growth and Retreat of Subsurface Ice on Mars Norbert Schorghofer
- Slope streak formation and dust deposition rates on Mars
- DOI 10.1007/s10105980b001 EPJ B direct 1, 1--5 (1998)
- Expressions for Tidal Conversion at Seafloor Topography using Physical-Space Integrals
- The Astronomical Theory of Ice Ages on Mars
- Universality of probability distributions among two-dimensional turbulent flows Norbert Schorghofer
- Reformulated Boundary-Value Problems
- Counting Operations Many calculations are limited simply by the sheer number of required
- Algorithms, Data Structures, and Complexity
- Fluid Dynamics Research 29 (2001) 295311 Regular and chaotic streamlines of two vortex rings
- Orbitally Driven Climate Change on Mars
- Dynamics of ice ages on Mars Norbert Schorghofer1
- Physics Sampler 5.1 Chaotic Standard Map
- 1. Analytic and Numeric Solutions; Chaotic Iterations The tent map also demonstrates that a chaotic equation can have
- Front formation in an active scalar equation Peter Constantin and Qing Nie
- Icarus 191 (2007) 132140 www.elsevier.com/locate/icarus
- Basins of attraction on random topography Norbert Schorghofer and Daniel H. Rothman
- Professional Programmer's Guide to Fortran77 \Lambda Clive G. Page, University of Leicester, UK
- Counting Operations Many computations are limited simply by the sheer number of required
- Programming Tools 4.1 Choosing a Programming Language
- Physics Sampler 5.1 Chaotic Standard Map
- Algorithms, Data Structures, and Complexity
- From Programs to Data Analysis
- Roundoff and Number Representation
- A Crash Course on Partial Differential Equations
- Reformulated Boundary-Value Problems
- Discrete Approximations of the Continuum
- Random Numbers and Stochastic Methods
- Analytic and Numeric Solutions; Chaotic Iterations
- Themes of Numerical Analysis A systematic treatment of numerical methods is provided in conventional
- History and Anatomy of Subsurface Ice on Mars Norbert Schorghofer
- Deep inside Computers 9.1 A Programmer's View of Computer Hardware
- COMPUTATIONAL Norbert Schorghofer
- Symbolic Computation 13.1 Computer Algebra Systems
- Chapter 1: Analytic and Numeric Solutions; Chaotic Iterations The tent map also demonstrates that a chaotic equation can have
- Performance Basics 8.1 Speed and Limiting Factors of Computations
- Answers to Brainteasers Chapter 1. All of them can be solved analytically.