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This document is extraordinary for its papers at the new 2+2 technique, in addition to for updates at the tested 3+1 technique, together with either Newtonian and completely relativistic codes. The contributions diversity from theoretical (formalisms, life theorems) to the computational (moving grids, multiquadrics and spectral methods).

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