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  1. Bachoc, François; Suvorikova, Alexandra; Ginsbourger, David; Loubes, Jean-Michel; Spokoiny, Vladimir: Gaussian processes with multidimensional distribution inputs via optimal transport and Hilbertian embedding (2020)
  2. Cao, Xiaodan; Oueslati, Abdelbacet; Nguyen, An Danh; de Saxcé, Géry: Numerical simulation of elastoplastic problems by Brezis-Ekeland-Nayroles non-incremental variational principle (2020)
  3. Sanchez-Rivadeneira, A. G.; Shauer, N.; Mazurowski, B.; Duarte, C. A.: A stable generalized/extended (p)-hierarchical FEM for three-dimensional linear elastic fracture mechanics (2020)
  4. Bouda, Pascal; Langrand, Bertrand; Notta-Cuvier, Delphine; Markiewicz, Eric; Pierron, Fabrice: A computational approach to design new tests for viscoplasticity characterization at high strain-rates (2019)
  5. Fourno, André; Ngo, Tri-Dat; Noetinger, Benoit; La Borderie, Christian: FraC: a new conforming mesh method for discrete fracture networks (2019)
  6. Heuzé, Thomas: Lax-Wendroff schemes for elastic-plastic solids (2019)
  7. Scherer, Jean-Michel; Hure, J.: A size-dependent ductile fracture model: constitutive equations, numerical implementation and validation (2019)
  8. Bernede, Adrien; Poëtte, Gaël: An unsplit Monte-Carlo solver for the resolution of the linear Boltzmann equation coupled to (stiff) Bateman equations (2018)
  9. Daridon, Loïc; Licht, Christian; Orankitjaroen, Somsak; Pagano, Stéphane: Periodic homogenization for Kelvin-Voigt viscoelastic media with a Kelvin-Voigt viscoelastic interphase (2016)
  10. Rekik, Amna; Auslender, François; Bornert, Michel: A set of enhanced formulations for existing nonlinear homogenization schemes and their evaluation (2015)
  11. García-Cascales, J. R.; Otón-Martínez, R. A.; Velasco, F. J. S.; Vera-García, F.; Bentaib, A.; Meynet, N.: Advances in the characterisation of reactive gas and solid mixtures under low pressure conditions (2014)
  12. Garzon, J.; O’Hara, P.; Duarte, C. A.; Buttlar, W. G.: Improvements of explicit crack surface representation and update within the generalized finite element method with application to three-dimensional crack coalescence (2014)
  13. Li, Zhe; Leduc, Julien; Combescure, Alain; Leboeuf, Francis: Coupling of SPH-ALE method and finite element method for transient fluid-structure interaction (2014)
  14. Bellis, Cédric; Bonnet, Marc: Qualitative identification of cracks using 3D transient elastodynamic topological derivative: formulation and FE implementation (2013)
  15. Bourgeat, Alain; Jurak, Mladen; Smaï, Farid: On persistent primary variables for numerical modeling of gas migration in a nuclear waste repository (2013)
  16. Cazes, Fabien; Meschke, Günther: An imbricate finite element method (I-FEM) using full, reduced, and smoothed integration (2013)
  17. Chardon, Gilles; Daudet, Laurent: Low-complexity computation of plate eigenmodes with Vekua approximations and the method of particular solutions (2013)
  18. Hassen, Ghazi; Gueguin, Maxime; de Buhan, Patrick: A homogenization approach for assessing the yield strength properties of stone column reinforced soils (2013)
  19. Perez, Florian; Mügler, Claude; Jean-Baptiste, Philippe; Charlou, Jean Luc: Coupled modeling of thermics and hydrogeology with the Cast3M code: application to the rainbow hydrothermal field (Mid-Atlantic Ridge, (36^\circ14’N)) (2013)
  20. Habibi, Zakaria: Homogenization of a conductive-radiative heat transfer problem - the contribution of a second order corrector (2012)

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