Method of lines transpose: An implicit solution to the wave equation M Causley, A Christlieb, B Ong, L Van Groningen Mathematics of Computation 83 (290), 2763-2786, 2014 | 38 | 2014 |

Incorporating the Havriliak–Negami dielectric model in the FD-TD method MF Causley, PG Petropoulos, S Jiang Journal of Computational Physics 230 (10), 3884-3899, 2011 | 28 | 2011 |

Method of Lines Transpose: High Order L-Stable Schemes for Parabolic Equations Using Successive Convolution MF Causley, H Cho, AJ Christlieb, DC Seal SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 54 (3), 1635-1652, 2016 | 26 | 2016 |

Higher order A-stable schemes for the wave equation using a successive convolution approach MF Causley, AJ Christlieb SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 52 (1), 220-235, 2014 | 26 | 2014 |

On the convergence of spectral deferred correction methods M Causley, D Seal Communications in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science 14 (1), 33-64, 2019 | 24 | 2019 |

On the time-domain response of Havriliak-Negami dielectrics MF Causley, PG Petropoulos IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 61 (6), 3182-3189, 2013 | 24 | 2013 |

Method of lines transpose: A fast implicit wave propagator MF Causley, AJ Christlieb, Y Guclu, E Wolf arXiv preprint arXiv:1306.6902, 2013 | 23 | 2013 |

Method of lines transpose: an efficient unconditionally stable solver for wave propagation M Causley, A Christlieb, E Wolf Journal of Scientific Computing 70 (2), 896-921, 2017 | 13 | 2017 |

A particle-in-cell method for the simulation of plasmas based on an unconditionally stable field solver EM Wolf, M Causley, A Christlieb, M Bettencourt Journal of Computational Physics 326, 342-372, 2016 | 13 | 2016 |

Method of lines transpose: energy gradient flows using direct operator inversion for phase-field models M Causley, H Cho, A Christlieb SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 39 (5), B968-B992, 2017 | 12 | 2017 |

Asymptotic and numerical analysis of time-dependent wave propagation in dispersive dielectric media that exhibit fractional relaxation MF Causley | 10 | 2011 |

Method of Lines Transpose: An Implicit Solution to the One Dimensional Wave Equation M Causley, A Christlieb, B Ong, L Van Groningen to appear, Mathematics of Computation, 2013 | 6 | 2013 |

A Fast, Unconditionally stable solver for the wave equation based on the Method of Lines Transpose M Causley, Y Güçlü, E Wolf, A Christlieb Mathematics of Computation, 2013 | 5 | 2013 |

Angled derivative approximation of the hyperbolic heat conduction equations BJ McCartin, MF Causley Applied mathematics and computation 182 (2), 1581-1607, 2006 | 5 | 2006 |

The gamma function via interpolation MF Causley Numerical Algorithms, 1-21, 2022 | 3 | 2022 |

Higher order A-stable schemes for the wave equation using a recursive convolution approach MF Causley, AJ Christlieb arXiv preprint arXiv:1308.3214, 2013 | 3 | 2013 |

Sequences which converge to e: New insights from an old formula MF Causley, P Morell General Mathematics, 159, 2017 | 1 | 2017 |

Method of lines transpose: an efficient a-stable solver for wave propagation M Causley, A Christlieb, E Wolf arXiv preprint arXiv:1511.01013, 2015 | 1 | 2015 |

Stochastic optimal control for online seller under reputational mechanisms M Bradonjić, M Causley, A Cohen Risks 3 (4), 553-572, 2015 | | 2015 |

Efficient high-order methods for solving fractional differential equations of order α∈(0, 1) using fast convolution and applications in wave propagation MF Causley, PG Petropoulus Academia, 1, 2015 | | 2015 |