rogue wave


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rogue wave

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An unpredictable, abnormally large wave that occurs on a seemingly random basis in the oceans. Also called freak wave.
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1 December 2017 - Colorado, US-based software provider Rogue Wave Software has acquired Estonia-based software tool developer ZeroTurnaround, the company said.
The book reviews recent findings on rogue waves and presents solutions to the rogue wave formation, using several methods: the Darboux and bilinear transformations, algebra-geometric reduction, and inverse scattering and similarity transformations.
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Rogue Wave Software has announced the acquisition of Zend Technologies, which provides end-to-end PHP web and mobile application development and deployment solutions, for an undisclosed sum.
Rogue Wave Software said that selected mathematical and statistical algorithms from the IMSL Numerical Libraries are planned to be embedded by SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) within the analytics engine of the SAP HANA platform.
But they were forced into action when one of the models was swamped by a rogue wave and sunk - though no model crew were lost in the incident.
Rogue Wave Software has signed a distribution agreement as part of a longstanding alliance with Cray.
Rogue Wave Software, the largest independent provider of cross-platform software development tools and embedded components for the next generation of HPC applications, announced the release of its leading parallel debugger, TotalView 8.
As of yet, scientists have no way of predicting when a rogue wave will strike.
Bulgarian nationals have not been on board of the cruise liner "Louis Majesty" which was hit by rogue wave in the Mediterranean Wednesday.
His results demonstrate that a weak burst of light, broadcast at the perfect "tickle spot," produces a rogue wave on demand.