Marco Artina
Marco Artina
Zweryfikowany adres z ma.tum.de - Strona główna
Cytowane przez
Cytowane przez
Anisotropic mesh adaptation for crack detection in brittle materials
M Artina, M Fornasier, S Micheletti, S Perotto
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 37 (4), B633-B659, 2015
Linearly constrained nonsmooth and nonconvex minimization
M Artina, M Fornasier, F Solombrino
SIAM Journal on Optimization 23 (3), 1904-1937, 2013
Biological transportation networks: modeling and simulation
G Albi, M Artina, M Foransier, PA Markowich
Analysis and Applications 14 (01), 185-206, 2016
Damping noise-folding and enhanced support recovery in compressed sensing
S Peter, M Artina, M Fornasier
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 63 (22), 5990-6002, 2015
Linearly constrained evolutions of critical points and an application to cohesive fractures
M Artina, F Cagnetti, M Fornasier, F Solombrino
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 27 (02), 231-290, 2017
Anisotropic adaptive meshes for brittle fractures: parameter sensitivity
M Artina, M Fornasier, S Micheletti, S Perotto
Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications-ENUMATH 2013, 293-301, 2015
The benefits of anisotropic mesh adaptation for brittle fractures under plane-strain conditions
M Artina, M Fornasier, S Micheletti, S Perotto
New challenges in grid generation and adaptivity for scientific computing, 43-67, 2015
Damping Noise-Folding and Enhanced Support Recovery in Compressed Sensing-Extended Technical Report
M Artina, M Fornasier, S Peter
ArXiv e-prints, 2014
Lagrangian Methods for Constrained Non-Convex Minimizations and Applications in Fracture Mechanics
M Artina
Technische Universität München, 2015
Anisotropic mesh adaptation for quasistatic crack propagation in brittle materials
M Artina, M Fornasier, S Micheletti, S Perotto
Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation for the Minimization of the Ambrosio-Tortorelli Functional with Application to Quasi-static Brittle Frac-ture Propagation
M Artina
Nie można teraz wykonać tej operacji. Spróbuj ponownie później.
Prace 1–11