This repository implements different energy stable schemes for the iNSE problem in ALE formalism.
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@STRING{ijnme = "Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engrg." }
@STRING{ijnme = "Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engrg." }
@STRING{ijnmf = "Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids" }
@STRING{ijnmf = "Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids" }
@STRING{jcma = "J. Comp. Appl. Math." }
@STRING{jcma = "J. Comp. Appl. Math." }
@STRING{jcp = "J. Comp. Phys." }
@STRING{jcp = "J. Comp. Phys." }
@STRING{jsp = "J. Stat. Phys." }
@STRING{jsp = "J. Stat. Phys." }
@STRING{m2an = " Math. Model. Num. Anal. (M2AN)" }
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@STRING{pre = "Phys. Rew. E" }
@STRING{prl = "Phys. Rew. Lett." }
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@STRING{sisc = "SIAM J. Sci. Comp." }
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year = {2017},
month = apr,
publisher = {Elsevier {BV}},
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author = {B. Burtschell and D. Chapelle and P. Moireau},
title = {Effective and energy-preserving time discretization for a general nonlinear poromechanical formulation},
journal = {Computers {\&} Structures}
}
@phdthesis{smaldone2014,
TITLE = {{Numerical analysis and simulations of coupled problems for the cariovascular system}},
AUTHOR = {Smaldone, S.},
SCHOOL = {{L'universit{\'e} Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI }},
YEAR = {2014},
MONTH = Oct,
TYPE = {Theses},
HAL_ID = {tel-01287506},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
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year = {2018},
month = may,
publisher = {Elsevier {BV}},
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pages = {55--73},
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title = {A quasi-Lagrangian finite element method for the Navier{\textendash}Stokes equations in a time-dependent domain},
journal = {Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering}
}
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year = {2017},
month = feb,
publisher = {Wiley},
volume = {33},
number = {8},
pages = {e2845},
author = {A. Hessenthaler and O. R\"{o}hrle and D. Nordsletten},
title = {Validation of a non-conforming monolithic fluid-structure interaction method using phase-contrast {MRI}},
journal = {International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering}
}
@article{Basting2017,
year = {2017},
month = feb,
publisher = {Elsevier {BV}},
volume = {331},
pages = {312--336},
author = {S. Basting and A. Quaini and S. {\v{C}}ani{\'{c}} and Roland Glowinski},
title = {Extended {ALE} Method for fluid{\textendash}structure interaction problems with large structural displacements},
journal = {Journal of Computational Physics}
}
@article{manganotti2021coupling,
title={Coupling reduced-order blood flow and cardiac models through energy-consistent strategies: modeling and discretization},
author={Manganotti, Jessica and Caforio, Federica and Kimmig, Fran{\c{c}}ois and Moireau, Philippe and Imperiale, S{\'e}bastien},
journal={Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences},
volume={8},
number={1},
pages={1--37},
year={2021},
publisher={SpringerOpen}
}
@article{piersanti20223d,
title={3D--0D closed-loop model for the simulation of cardiac biventricular electromechanics},
author={Piersanti, Roberto and Regazzoni, Francesco and Salvador, Matteo and Corno, Antonio F and Vergara, Christian and Quarteroni, Alfio and others},
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volume={391},
pages={114607},
year={2022},
publisher={Elsevier}
}
@article{holzapfel2009constitutive,
title={Constitutive modelling of passive myocardium: a structurally based framework for material characterization},
author={Holzapfel, Gerhard A and Ogden, Ray W},
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number={1902},
pages={3445--3475},
year={2009},
publisher={The Royal Society Publishing}
}
@article{pfaller2020pod,
title={Using parametric model order reduction for inverse analysis of large nonlinear cardiac simulations},
author={Pfaller, Martin R and Cruz Varona, Maria and Lang, Johannes and Bertoglio, Crist{\'o}bal and Wall, Wolfgang A},
journal={International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering},
volume={36},
number={4},
pages={e3320},
year={2020},
publisher={Wiley Online Library}
}
@article{marchesseau2013regionalvols,
title={Personalization of a cardiac electromechanical model using reduced order unscented Kalman filtering from regional volumes},
author={Marchesseau, St{\'e}phanie and Delingette, Herv{\'e} and Sermesant, Maxime and Cabrera-Lozoa, R and Tobon-Gomez, Catalina and Moireau, Philippe and i Ventura, RM Figueras and Lekadir, Karim and Hernandez, Alfredo and Garreau, Mireille and others},
journal={Medical image analysis},
volume={17},
number={7},
pages={816--829},
year={2013},
publisher={Elsevier}
}
@article{chabiniok2012estimation,
title={Estimation of tissue contractility from cardiac cine-MRI using a biomechanical heart model},
author={Chabiniok, Radomir and Moireau, Philippe and Lesault, P-F and Rahmouni, Alain and Deux, J-F and Chapelle, Dominique},
journal={Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology},
volume={11},
number={5},
pages={609--630},
year={2012},
publisher={Springer}
}
@article{marchesseau2013fast,
title={Fast parameter calibration of a cardiac electromechanical model from medical images based on the unscented transform},
author={Marchesseau, St{\'e}phanie and Delingette, Herv{\'e} and Sermesant, Maxime and Ayache, Nicholas},
journal={Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology},
volume={12},
number={4},
pages={815--831},
year={2013},
publisher={Springer}
}
@article{imperiale2021tagged,
title={Sequential data assimilation for mechanical systems with complex image data: application to tagged-MRI in cardiac mechanics},
author={Imperiale, Alexandre and Chapelle, Dominique and Moireau, Philippe},
journal={Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences},
volume={8},
number={1},
pages={1--47},
year={2021},
publisher={SpringerOpen}
}
@book{vlachopoulos2011mcdonald,
title={McDonald's blood flow in arteries: theoretical, experimental and clinical principles},
author={Vlachopoulos, Charalambos and O'Rourke, Michael and Nichols, Wilmer W},
year={2011},
publisher={CRC press}
}
@article{arostica2021monolithic,
title={On monolithic and Chorin--Temam schemes for incompressible flows in moving domains},
author={Ar{\'o}stica, R. and Bertoglio, C.},
journal={Applied Mathematics Letters},
volume={112},
pages={106830},
year={2021},
publisher={Elsevier}
}
@article{de2014catheter,
title={Catheter-induced errors in pressure measurements in vessels: an in-vitro and numerical study},
author={de Vecchi, Adelaide and Clough, Rachel E and Gaddum, Nicholas R and Rutten, Marcel CM and Lamata, Pablo and Schaeffter, Tobias and Nordsletten, David A and Smith, Nicolas P},
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volume={61},
number={6},
pages={1844--1850},
year={2014},
publisher={IEEE}
}
@article{NAKANISHI20123,
title = {Myocardial bridging on coronary CTA: An innocent bystander or a culprit in myocardial infarction?},
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volume = {6},
number = {1},
pages = {3-13},
year = {2012},
issn = {1934-5925},
doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcct.2011.10.015},
url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S193459251100414X},
author = {Rine Nakanishi and Ronak Rajani and Yukio Ishikawa and Toshiharu Ishii and Daniel S. Berman},
keywords = {Myocardial bridge, Coronary artery, Cardiac computed tomography, Myocardial infarction},
}
@article{aguayo2021oseen,
title={A distributed resistance inverse method for flow obstacle identification from internal velocity measurements},
author={Aguayo, Jorge and Bertoglio, Crist{\'o}bal and Osses, Axel},
journal={Inverse Problems},
volume={37},
number={2},
pages={025010},
year={2021},
publisher={IOP Publishing}
}
@article{arthurs2020flexible,
title={A flexible framework for sequential estimation of model parameters in computational hemodynamics},
author={Arthurs, Christopher J and Xiao, Nan and Moireau, Philippe and Schaeffter, Tobias and Figueroa, C Alberto},
journal={Advanced modeling and simulation in engineering sciences},
volume={7},
number={1},
pages={1--37},
year={2020},
publisher={SpringerOpen}
}
@article{fevola2021optimal,
title={An optimal control approach to determine resistance-type boundary conditions from in-vivo data for cardiovascular simulations},
author={Fevola, Elisa and Ballarin, Francesco and Jim{\'e}nez-Juan, Laura and Fremes, Stephen and Grivet-Talocia, Stefano and Rozza, Gianluigi and Triverio, Piero},
journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.13284},
year={2021}
}
@article{pozzi2021surrogate,
title={A surrogate model for plaque modeling in carotids based on Robin conditions calibrated by cine MRI data},
author={Pozzi, Silvia and Domanin, Maurizio and Forzenigo, Laura and Votta, Emiliano and Zunino, E and Redaelli, Alberto and Vergara, Christian},
journal={Int. J. Numer. Methods Biomed. Eng.},
pages={e3447},
year={2021}
}
@article{moireau2012external,
title={External tissue support and fluid--structure simulation in blood flows},
author={Moireau, Philippe and Xiao, Nan and Astorino, Matteo and Figueroa, C Alberto and Chapelle, Dominique and Taylor, CA and Gerbeau, J-F},
journal={Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology},
volume={11},
number={1},
pages={1--18},
year={2012},
publisher={Springer}
}
@book{smith2010introduction,
title={Introduction to medical imaging: physics, engineering and clinical applications},
author={Smith, Nadine Barrie and Webb, Andrew},
year={2010},
publisher={Cambridge university press}
}
@article{walheim2019multipoint,
title={Multipoint 5D flow cardiovascular magnetic resonance-accelerated cardiac-and respiratory-motion resolved mapping of mean and turbulent velocities},
author={Walheim, Jonas and Dillinger, Hannes and Kozerke, Sebastian},
journal={Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance},
volume={21},
number={1},
pages={1--13},
year={2019},
publisher={BioMed Central}
}
@book{mcrobbie2017mri,
title={MRI from Picture to Proton},
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year={2017},
publisher={Cambridge university press}
}
@article{fleischmann2016cta,
title={Computed tomography angiography: a review and technical update},
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year={2016},
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}
@article{kumar2021past,
title={Past, present and future of blood pressure measuring instruments and their calibration},
author={Kumar, Rahul and Dubey, PK and Zafer, Afaqul and Kumar, Ashok and Yadav, Sanjay},
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year={2021},
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@article{babbs2012oscillometric,
title={Oscillometric measurement of systolic and diastolic blood pressures validated in a physiologic mathematical model},
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pages={1--22},
year={2012},
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@article{quarteroni2016geometric,
title={Geometric multiscale modeling of the cardiovascular system, between theory and practice},
author={Quarteroni, Alfio and Veneziani, Alessandro and Vergara, Christian},
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pages={193--252},
year={2016},
publisher={Elsevier}
}
@article{perinajova2021geometrically,
title={Geometrically induced wall shear stress variability in CFD-MRI coupled simulations of blood flow in the thoracic aortas},
author={Perinajov{\'a}, Romana and Juffermans, Joe F and Westenberg, Jos JM and van der Palen, Roel LF and van den Boogaard, Pieter J and Lamb, Hildo J and Kenjere{\v{s}}, Sa{\v{s}}a},
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pages={104385},
year={2021},
publisher={Elsevier}
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title={Personalized blood flow computations: A hierarchical parameter estimation framework for tuning boundary conditions},
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number={3},
pages={e02803},
year={2017},
publisher={Wiley Online Library}
}
@article{gerbeau2003quasi,
title={A quasi-Newton algorithm based on a reduced model for fluid-structure interaction problems in blood flows},
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@article{spilker2010,
title={Tuning multidomain hemodynamic simulations to match physiological measurements},
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volume={38},
number={8},
pages={2635--2648},
year={2010},
publisher={Springer}
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@article{gaidzik2019,
title={Transient flow prediction in an idealized aneurysm geometry using data assimilation},
author={Gaidzik, Franziska and Stucht, Daniel and Roloff, Christoph and Speck, Oliver and Th{\'e}venin, Dominique and Janiga, G{\'a}bor},
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year={2019},
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@article{gaidzik2020willis,
title={Hemodynamic Data Assimilation in a Subject-specific Circle of Willis Geometry},
author={Gaidzik, Franziska and Pathiraja, Sahani and Saalfeld, Sylvia and Stucht, Daniel and Speck, Oliver and Th{\'e}venin, Dominique and Janiga, G{\'a}bor},
journal={Clinical Neuroradiology},
pages={1--9},
year={2020},
publisher={Springer}
}
@inproceedings{koltukluoglu_harmonic_2019,
title={Fourier Spectral Dynamic Data Assimilation: Interlacing CFD with 4D Flow MRI},
author={Koltukluo{\u{g}}lu, Taha Sabri},
booktitle={International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention},
pages={741--749},
year={2019},
organization={Springer}
}
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title={Blood flow imaging by optimal matching of computational fluid dynamics to 4D-flow data},
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year={2020},
publisher={Wiley Online Library}
}
@article{rispoli2015,
title={Computational fluid dynamics simulations of blood flow regularized by 3D phase contrast MRI},
author={Rispoli, Vinicius C and Nielsen, Jon F and Nayak, Krishna S and Carvalho, Joao LA},
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number={1},
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year={2015},
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year={2014},
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@article{backflowBenchmark2018,
title={Benchmark problems for numerical treatment of backflow at open boundaries},
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number={2},
pages={e2918},
year={2018},
publisher={Wiley Online Library}
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@article{tiago_2014,
title={Patient-specific blood flow simulations: setting Dirichlet boundary conditions for minimal error with respect to measured data},
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pages={98--116},
year={2014},
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year={2010},
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volume={9},
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year={2018},
publisher={Springer}
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@Unpublished{ 2004_fernandez_lecture_harvard_estimationtheory,
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@InCollection{ 2011_krueger-etal_fimh11_rbmatria,
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DOI = {10.1007/978-3-642-21028-0_28},
Title = {Modeling Atrial Fiber Orientation in Patient-Specific
Geometries: A Semi-automatic Rule-Based Approach},
URL = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-21028-0_28},
Publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
Keywords = {patient-specific modeling; atrial modeling; fiber
orientation; atrial heterogeneity; atrial anisotropy},
Author = {Kr\"uger, M. and Schmidt, V. and Tob\'on, C. and Weber, F.
and Lorenz, C. and Keller, D. and Barschdorf, H. and
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@phdthesis{failer2017optimal,
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author={Failer, Lukas},
year={2017},
school={Technische Universit{\"a}t M{\"u}nchen}
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gadolinium-based contrast agents, gadopentetate
dimeglumine},
Publisher = {American Roentgen Ray Society},
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@Unpublished{ achdou-bernardi-coquel-01,
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@Article{ aha-circulation-08,
Author = "Warnes, C.A. and Williams, R.G. and Bashore, T.M. and
Child, J.S. and Connolly, H.M. and Dearani, J.A. and del
Nido, P. and Fasules, J.W. and Graham, T.P. and Hijazi,
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Title = "{ACC/AHA 2008 Guidelines for the Management of Adults with
Congenital Heart Disease: a report of the American College
of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on
Practice Guidelines (writing committee to develop
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###Article{ aha-circulation-08,
Author = "Warnes, C.A. and Williams, R.G. and Bashore, T.M. and
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Z.M. and Hunt, S.A. and King, M.E. and Landzberg, M.J. and
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G.D.",
Title = "{ACC/AHA 2008 Guidelines for the Management of Adults with
Congenital Heart Disease: a report of the American College
of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on
Practice Guidelines (writing committee to develop
guidelines on the management of adults with congenital
heart disease)}",
Journal = "Circulation",
Volume = 118,
Pages = "714-833",
Number = "1",
Year = "2008"
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###Article{ aha-circulation-08,
Author = "Warnes, C.A. and Williams, R.G. and Bashore, T.M. and
Child, J.S. and Connolly, H.M. and Dearani, J.A. and del
Nido, P. and Fasules, J.W. and Graham, T.P. and Hijazi,
Z.M. and Hunt, S.A. and King, M.E. and Landzberg, M.J. and
Miner, P.D. and Radford, M.J. and Walsh, E.P. and Webb,
G.D.",
Title = "{ACC/AHA 2008 Guidelines for the Management of Adults with
Congenital Heart Disease: a report of the American College
of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on
Practice Guidelines (writing committee to develop
guidelines on the management of adults with congenital
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Journal = "Circulation",
Volume = 118,
Pages = "714-833",
Number = "1",
Year = "2008"
}
@Book{ ainsworth2011posteriori,
Title = {A posteriori error estimation in finite element analysis},
Author = {Ainsworth, Mark and Oden, J Tinsley},
Volume = {37},
Year = {2011},
Publisher = {John Wiley \& Sons}
}
@Article{ akaike1974ieee,
Title = {A new look at the statistical model identification},
Author = {Akaike, Hirotugu},
Journal = "IEEE Trans. Autom. Control",
Volume = {19},
Number = {6},
Pages = {716--723},
Year = {1974},
Publisher = {Ieee}
}
@Article{ akrivis2010posteriori,
Title = {A posteriori error estimates for the two-step backward
differentiation formula method for parabolic equations},
Author = {Akrivis, Georgios and Chatzipantelidis, Panagiotis},
Journal = {SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis},
Volume = {48},
Number = {1},
Pages = {109--132},
Year = {2010},
Publisher = {SIAM}
}
@Article{ aletras1999jmr,
Title = {DENSE: displacement encoding with stimulated echoes in
cardiac functional MRI.},
Author = {Aletras, A. H. and Ding, S. and Balaban, R. S. and Wen,
H.},
Journal = {J Magn Reson},
Year = {1999},
Month = {Mar},
Number = {1},
Pages = {247--252},
Volume = {137},
Abstract = {Displacement encoding with stimulated echoes (DENSE) was
developed for high-resolution myocardial displacement
mapping. Pixel phase is modulated by myocardial
displacement and data spatial resolution is limited only by
pixel size. 2D displacement vector maps were generated for
the systolic action in canines with 0.94 x 1.9 mm nominal
in-plane resolution and 2.3 mm/pi displacement encoding. A
radial strain of 0.208 was measured across the free left
ventricular wall over 105 ms during systole. DENSE
displacement maps require small first-order gradient
moments for encoding. DENSE magnitude images exhibit
black-blood contrast which allows for better myocardial
definition and reduced motion-related artifacts.},
DOI = {10.1006/jmre.1998.1676},
Institution = {Laboratory of Cardiac Energetics, NHLBI, Bethesda,
Maryland, 20892-1061, USA.},
Keywords = {Animals; Artifacts; Computer Simulation; Dogs; Heart,
anatomy /&/ histology/physiology; Humans; Image Processing,
Computer-Assisted; Magnetic Resonance Imaging, methods;
Myocardial Contraction; Sensitivity and Specificity},
Language = {eng},
medline-pst = {ppublish},
owner = {stoeckc},
pii = {S1090-7807(98)91676-7},
pmid = {10053155},
timestamp = {2015.07.24},
URL = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jmre.1998.1676}
}
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Title = {Spatial transformations of diffusion tensor magnetic
resonance images},
Author = {Alexander, Daniel C and Pierpaoli, Carlo and Basser, Peter
J and Gee, James C},
Journal = {IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
Volume = {20},
Number = {11},
Pages = {1131--1139},
Year = {2001},
Publisher = {IEEE}
}
@InCollection{ allain-85,
Author = {Allain, G.},
BookTitle = {Res. notes in Math.},
Journal = {Appl. Math. Optim.},
Pages = {355-364},
Publisher = {Pitman},
Title = {Small-time existence for the {Navier-Stokes} equations
with a free surface and surface tension},
Volume = {121},
Year = {1985}
}
###InCollection{ allain-85,
Author = {Allain, G.},
BookTitle = {Res. notes in Math.},
Journal = {Appl. Math. Optim.},
Pages = {355-364},
Publisher = {Pitman},
Title = {Small-time existence for the {Navier-Stokes} equations
with a free surface and surface tension},
Volume = {121},
Year = {1985}
}
@Article{ allain-87,
Author = {Allain, G.},
Journal = {Appl. Math. Optim.},
Pages = {37-50},
Title = {Small-time existence for the {Navier-Stokes} equations
with a free surface},
Volume = {16},
Year = {1987}
}
###Article{ allain-87,
Author = {Allain, G.},
Journal = {Appl. Math. Optim.},
Pages = {37-50},
Title = {Small-time existence for the {Navier-Stokes} equations
with a free surface},
Volume = {16},
Year = {1987}
}
@Article{ allaire-89,
Author = {Allaire, Gr{\'e}goire},
fjournal = {Asymptotic Analysis},
Journal = {Asymptotic Anal.},
Number = {3},
Pages = {203--222},
Title = {Homogenization of the {S}tokes flow in a connected porous
medium},
Volume = {2},
Year = {1989}
}
###Article{ allaire-89,
Author = {Allaire, Gr{\'e}goire},
fjournal = {Asymptotic Analysis},
Journal = {Asymptotic Anal.},
Number = {3},
Pages = {203--222},
Title = {Homogenization of the {S}tokes flow in a connected porous
medium},
Volume = {2},
Year = {1989}
}
@Article{ allaire-90,
Author = {Allaire, G.},
fjournal = {Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis},
Journal = {Arch. Rational Mech. Anal.},
Number = {3},
Pages = {209--259},
Title = {Homogenization of the {N}avier-{S}tokes equations in open
sets perforated with tiny holes. {I}. {A}bstract framework,
a volume distribution of holes},
Volume = {113},
Year = {1990}
}
###Article{ allaire-90,
Author = {Allaire, G.},
fjournal = {Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis},
Journal = {Arch. Rational Mech. Anal.},
Number = {3},
Pages = {209--259},
Title = {Homogenization of the {N}avier-{S}tokes equations in open
sets perforated with tiny holes. {I}. {A}bstract framework,
a volume distribution of holes},
Volume = {113},
Year = {1990}
}
@Article{ allaire-90b,
Author = {Allaire, G.},
fjournal = {Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis},
Journal = {Arch. Rational Mech. Anal.},
Number = {3},
Pages = {261--298},
Title = {Homogenization of the {N}avier-{S}tokes equations in open
sets perforated with tiny holes. {II}. {N}oncritical sizes
of the holes for a volume distribution and a surface
distribution of holes},
Volume = {113},
Year = {1990}
}
###Article{ allaire-90b,
Author = {Allaire, G.},
fjournal = {Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis},
Journal = {Arch. Rational Mech. Anal.},
Number = {3},
Pages = {261--298},
Title = {Homogenization of the {N}avier-{S}tokes equations in open
sets perforated with tiny holes. {II}. {N}oncritical sizes
of the holes for a volume distribution and a surface
distribution of holes},
Volume = {113},
Year = {1990}
}
@Article{ allaire-91,
Author = {Allaire, G.},
fjournal = {Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Classe di
Scienze. Serie IV},
Journal = {Ann. Scuola Norm. Sup. Pisa Cl. Sci. (4)},
Number = {4},
Pages = {475--499},
Title = {Continuity of the {D}arcy's law in the low-volume fraction
limit},
Volume = {18},
Year = {1991}
}
###Article{ allaire-91,
Author = {Allaire, G.},
fjournal = {Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. Classe di
Scienze. Serie IV},
Journal = {Ann. Scuola Norm. Sup. Pisa Cl. Sci. (4)},
Number = {4},
Pages = {475--499},
Title = {Continuity of the {D}arcy's law in the low-volume fraction
limit},
Volume = {18},
Year = {1991}
}
@Article{ allaire-91a,
Author = {Allaire, G.},
fjournal = {Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics},
Journal = {Comm. Pure Appl. Math.},
Number = {6},
Pages = {605--641},
Title = {Homogenization of the {N}avier-{S}tokes equations with a
slip boundary condition},
Volume = {44},
Year = {1991}
}
###Article{ allaire-91a,
Author = {Allaire, G.},
fjournal = {Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics},
Journal = {Comm. Pure Appl. Math.},
Number = {6},
Pages = {605--641},
Title = {Homogenization of the {N}avier-{S}tokes equations with a
slip boundary condition},
Volume = {44},
Year = {1991}
}
@InCollection{ alle1,
Address = {New York},
Author = {Allaire, G. and Mikeli{\'c}, A.},
BookTitle = {Homogenization and porous media},
Pages = {45--76, 259--275},
Publisher = {Springer},
Series = {Interdiscip. Appl. Math.},
Title = {One-phase {N}ewtonian flow},
Volume = {6},
Year = {1997}
}
###InCollection{ alle1,
Address = {New York},
Author = {Allaire, G. and Mikeli{\'c}, A.},
BookTitle = {Homogenization and porous media},
Pages = {45--76, 259--275},
Publisher = {Springer},
Series = {Interdiscip. Appl. Math.},
Title = {One-phase {N}ewtonian flow},
Volume = {6},
Year = {1997}
}
@Book{ allen2013moss,
Title = {Moss \& Adams' Heart Disease in Infants, Children, and
Adolescents: Including the Fetus and Young Adult},
Author = {Allen, Hugh D and Driscoll, David J and Shaddy, Robert E
and Feltes, Timothy F},
Year = {2013},
Publisher = {Lippincott Williams \& Wilkins}
}
@Article{ alnaes_fenics_2015,
Title = {The {{FEniCS Project Version}} 1.5},
Author = {Aln{\ae}s, Martin and Blechta, Jan and Hake, Johan and
Johansson, August and Kehlet, Benjamin and Logg, Anders and
Richardson, Chris and Ring, Johannes and Rognes, Marie E.
and Wells, Garth N.},
Year = {2015},
Volume = {3},
ISSN = {2197-8263},
DOI = {10.11588/ans.2015.100.20553},
Abstract = {The FEniCS Project is a collaborative project for the
development of innovative concepts and tools for automated
scientific computing, with a particular focus on the
solution of differential equations by finite element
methods. The FEniCS Projects software consists of a
collection of interoperable software components, including
DOLFIN, FFC, FIAT, Instant, UFC, UFL, and mshr. This note
describes the new features and changes introduced in the
release of FEniCS version 1.5.},
copyright = {Copyright (c) 2015 Archive of Numerical Software},
Journal = {Archive of Numerical Software},
Language = {en},
Number = {100}
}
###Article{ alnaes_fenics_2015,
langid = {english},
Title = {The {{FEniCS Project Version}} 1.5},
Volume = {3},
ISSN = {2197-8263},
URL = {http://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/ans/article/view/20553},
DOI = {10.11588/ans.2015.100.20553},
Abstract = {The FEniCS Project is a collaborative project for the
development of innovative concepts and tools for automated
scientific computing, with a particular focus on the
solution of differential equations by finite element
methods. The FEniCS Projects software consists of a
collection of interoperable software components, including
DOLFIN, FFC, FIAT, Instant, UFC, UFL, and mshr. This note
describes the new features and changes introduced in the
release of FEniCS version 1.5.},
Number = {100},
JournalTitle = {Archive of Numerical Software},
URLDate = {2016-01-29},
Date = {2015},
Author = {Alnæs, Martin and Blechta, Jan and Hake, Johan and
Johansson, August and Kehlet, Benjamin and Logg, Anders and
Richardson, Chris and Ring, Johannes and Rognes, Marie E.
and Wells, Garth N.}
}
@Article{ alnaesblechta2015a,
Title = {The FEniCS Project Version 1.5},
Author = {Martin S. Aln{\ae}s and Jan Blechta and Johan Hake and
August Johansson and Benjamin Kehlet and Anders Logg and
Chris Richardson and Johannes Ring and Marie E. Rognes and
Garth N. Wells},
Year = {2015},
Journal = {Archive of Numerical Software},
Volume = {3},
Number = {100},
DOI = {10.11588/ans.2015.100.20553},
page = {9-23}
}
@Article{ ambrosi2011jmps,
Title = {Perspectives on biological growth and remodeling},
Author = {Ambrosi, D and Ateshian, GA and Arruda, EM and Cowin, SC
and Dumais, J and Goriely, A and Holzapfel, Gerhard A and
Humphrey, JD and Kemkemer, R and Kuhl, E and others},
Journal = {Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids},
Year = {2011},
Number = {4},
Pages = {863--883},
Volume = {59},
File = {:ambrosi11.pdf:PDF},
Keywords = {growth, remodeling},
Publisher = {Elsevier},
timestamp = {2015/01/12}
}
@Article{ amestoy_fully_2001,
Title = {A Fully Asynchronous Multifrontal Solver Using Distributed
Dynamic Scheduling},
Author = {Amestoy, Patrick R. and Duff, Iain S. and L'Excellent,
Jean-Yves and Koster, Jacko},
Year = {2001},
Volume = {23},
Pages = {15--41},
Journal = {SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications},
Number = {1}
}
@Book{ amher-meddict-07,
Title = {{The American Heritage Medical Dictionary}},
Author = {},
Year = {2007},
Publisher = {Houghton Mifflin Company},
Edition = {}
}
###Book{ amher-meddict-07,
Title = {{The American Heritage Medical Dictionary}},
Author = {},
Year = {2007},
Publisher = {Houghton Mifflin Company},
Edition = {}
}
@Book{ anderson-tannehill-pletcher-84,
Author = {Anderson, D.A. and Tannehill, J.C. and Pletcher, R.H.},
Publisher = {Hemisphere, Mc Graw Hill},
Title = {Computational fluid mechanics and heat transfer},
Year = {1984}
}
###Book{ anderson-tannehill-pletcher-84,
Author = {Anderson, D.A. and Tannehill, J.C. and Pletcher, R.H.},
Publisher = {Hemisphere, Mc Graw Hill},
Title = {Computational fluid mechanics and heat transfer},
Year = {1984}
}
@Article{ andersson-halden-glomsaker-00,
Author = {Andersson, H.I. and Halden, R. and Glomsaker, T.},
Journal = {J. Biomechanics},
Pages = {1257-1262},
Title = {Effects of surface irregularities on flow resistance in
differently shaped arterial stenoses},
Volume = {33},
Year = {2000}
}
###Article{ andersson-halden-glomsaker-00,
Author = {Andersson, H.I. and Halden, R. and Glomsaker, T.},
Journal = {J. Biomechanics},
Pages = {1257-1262},
Title = {Effects of surface irregularities on flow resistance in
differently shaped arterial stenoses},
Volume = {33},
Year = {2000}
}
@InProceedings{ angelini-gerard-06,
Author = {Angelini, E. and G\'erard, O.},
BookTitle = {Proc. of the 28th IEEE EMBS Annual International
Conference},
date-added = {2009-03-10 12:17:56 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 12:18:08 -0700},
Title = {Review of Myocardial Motion Estimation Methods from
Optical Flow Tracking on Ultrasound Data},
Year = {2006}
}
###InProceedings{ angelini-gerard-06,
Author = {Angelini, E. and G\'erard, O.},
BookTitle = {Proc. of the 28th IEEE EMBS Annual International
Conference},
date-added = {2009-03-10 12:17:56 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 12:18:08 -0700},
Title = {Review of Myocardial Motion Estimation Methods from
Optical Flow Tracking on Ultrasound Data},
Year = {2006}
}
@Article{ angot-99,
Author = {Angot, Ph.},
code = {por10},
Journal = {Math. Meth. Appl. Sci.},
Pages = {1395-1412},
Title = {Analysis of singular perturbations on the Brinkman problem
for fictitious domain models of viscous flows},
Volume = {22},
Year = {1999}
}
###Article{ angot-99,
Author = {Angot, Ph.},
code = {por10},
Journal = {Math. Meth. Appl. Sci.},
Pages = {1395-1412},
Title = {Analysis of singular perturbations on the Brinkman problem
for fictitious domain models of viscous flows},
Volume = {22},
Year = {1999}
}
@Article{ angot-bruneau-fabrie-99,
Author = {Angot, Ph. and Bruneau, C.H and Fabrie, P.},
code = {por11},
Journal = {Numer. Math.},
Pages = {497--520},
Title = {A penalization method to take into account obstales in
incompressible viscous flows},
Volume = {81},
Year = {1999}
}
###Article{ angot-bruneau-fabrie-99,
Author = {Angot, Ph. and Bruneau, C.H and Fabrie, P.},
code = {por11},
Journal = {Numer. Math.},
Pages = {497--520},
Title = {A penalization method to take into account obstales in
incompressible viscous flows},
Volume = {81},
Year = {1999}
}
@Article{ ansalone2003ajc,
Title = {Biventricular pacing in heart failure: back to basics in
the pathophysiology of left bundle branch block to reduce
the number of nonresponders},
Author = {Ansalone, G. and Giannantoni, P. and Ricci, R. and
Trambaiolo, P. and Fedele, F. and Santini, M.},
Journal = {The American Journal of Cardiology},
Year = {2003},
Month = may,
Number = {9},
Pages = {55--61},
Volume = {91},
DOI = {10.1016/S0002-9149(02)03339-8},
File = {Ansalone_2003.pdf:/home/hoermann/.zotero/zotero/krpbc0h6.default/zotero/storage/JI8G97E8/Ansalone_2003.pdf:application/pdf},
ISSN = {00029149},
Keywords = {CRT},
Language = {en},
ShortTitle = {Biventricular pacing in heart failure},
URL = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0002914902033398},
URLDate = {2014-11-27}
}
@Article{ antiga2004robust,
Title = {Robust and objective decomposition and mapping of
bifurcating vessels},
Author = {Antiga, Luca and Steinman, David A},
Journal = {IEEE transactions on medical imaging},
Volume = {23},
Number = {6},
Pages = {704--713},
Year = {2004},
Publisher = {IEEE}
}
@Article{ antiga_image-based_2008,
Title = {An Image-Based Modeling Framework for Patient-Specific
Computational Hemodynamics},
Volume = {46},
Number = {11},
JournalTitle = {Medical \& biological engineering \& computing},
Year = {2008},
Pages = {1097},
Author = {Antiga, Luca and Piccinelli, Marina and Botti, Lorenzo and
Ene-Iordache, Bogdan and Remuzzi, Andrea and Steinman,
David A.}
}
@Article{ antille-descloux-flueck-romerio-99,
Annote = {mhd, aluminium, stability},
Author = {Antille, J.P. and Descloux, J. and Flueck, M. and Romerio,
M. V.},
code = {mhd24},
Journal = {Light Metal},
Pages = {333-338},
Title = {Eigenmodes and interface description in a {Hall-Heroult}
cell},
Year = {1999}
}
###Article{ antille-descloux-flueck-romerio-99,
Annote = {mhd, aluminium, stability},
Author = {Antille, J.P. and Descloux, J. and Flueck, M. and Romerio,
M. V.},
code = {mhd24},
Journal = {Light Metal},
Pages = {333-338},
Title = {Eigenmodes and interface description in a {Hall-Heroult}
cell},
Year = {1999}
}
@Book{ antontsev-kazhikov-monakhov-93,
Author = {Antontsev, S.N. and Kazhikov, A.V. and Monakhov, V.N.},
Publisher = {North-Holland},
Title = {Boundary values problems in mechanics of nonhomogeneous
fluids},
Year = {1993}
}
###Book{ antontsev-kazhikov-monakhov-93,
Author = {Antontsev, S.N. and Kazhikov, A.V. and Monakhov, V.N.},
Publisher = {North-Holland},
Title = {Boundary values problems in mechanics of nonhomogeneous
fluids},
Year = {1993}
}
@Article{ arai2011jcpt,
Title = {Magnetic resonance imaging for area at risk, myocardial
infarction, and myocardial salvage.},
Author = {Arai, Andrew E.},
Journal = {J Cardiovasc Pharmacol Ther},
Year = {2011},
Number = {3-4},
Pages = {313--320},
Volume = {16},
Abstract = {Almost all published preclinical studies of
cardioprotective agents include a measurement of area at
risk, infarct size, and thus allow determination of
myocardial salvage as an indicator of therapeutic benefit.
Until recently, single-photon emission tomography (SPECT)
imaging with injection of sestamibi prior to intervention
was the only clinical method suitable for making similar
assessments in patients. Over the past 5 years, a large
number of articles have documented that magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI) can noninvasively determine area at risk,
infarct size, and myocardial salvage. While T2-weighted
imaging has been the method used most commonly, precontrast
T1-weighted images and early gadolinium enhancement (EGE)
images can also determine the size of the area at risk. All
3 of these MRI methods detect the area at risk based on
myocardial edema resulting from ischemia. Late gadolinium
enhancement (LGE) images provide a well-accepted reference
standard for infarct size in all of those methods. Finally,
LGE images can also provide a single modality measure of
myocardial salvage based on the "wave front" of myocardial
injury associated with the progressively more severe damage
associated with acute myocardial infarction (MI).
Essentially, the LGE images can provide an
endocardial-based snap shot of infarct size and salvaged
myocardium is estimated as the viable myocardium within the
circumferential extent of the infarct. Thus, the purpose of
this review is to provide an overview of how MRI can
determine the area at risk, infarct size, and thus measure
myocardial salvage.},
DOI = {10.1177/1074248411412378},
Institution = {Department of Health and Human Services, Cardiovascular
and Pulmonary Branch, National Heart, Lung and Blood
Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
20892, USA. araia@nih.gov},
Keywords = {Contrast Media, diagnostic use; Gadolinium, diagnostic
use; Humans; Magnetic Resonance Imaging, methods;
Myocardial Infarction,
diagnosis/physiopathology/radionuclide imaging;
Organotechnetium Compounds, diagnostic use},
Language = {eng},
medline-pst = {ppublish},
owner = {stoeckc},
pii = {16/3-4/313},
pmid = {21821534},
timestamp = {2015.07.24},
URL = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1074248411412378}
}
@Article{ armero-simo-96,
Annote = {mhd, numerical scheme},
Author = {Armero, F. and Simo, J.C.},
code = {mhd16},
Journal = {Comp. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg.},
Pages = {41-90},
Title = {Long-time dissipativity of time-stepping algorithms for an
abstract evolution equation with applications to the
incompressible {MHD} and {Navier-Stokes} equations},
Volume = {131},
Year = {1996}
}
###Article{ armero-simo-96,
Annote = {mhd, numerical scheme},
Author = {Armero, F. and Simo, J.C.},
code = {mhd16},
Journal = {Comp. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg.},
Pages = {41-90},
Title = {Long-time dissipativity of time-stepping algorithms for an
abstract evolution equation with applications to the
incompressible {MHD} and {Navier-Stokes} equations},
Volume = {131},
Year = {1996}
}
@Article{ armour1970,
Author = {Armour, J.A. and Randall, W.C.},
Title = {Structural basis for cardiac function},
Volume = {218},
Number = {6},
Pages = {1517-1523},
Year = {1970},
Journal = {American Journal of Physiology -- Legacy Content}
}
@Article{ arzani_vivo_2012,
langid = {english},
Title = {In {{Vivo Validation}} of {{Numerical Prediction}} for
{{Turbulence Intensity}} in an {{Aortic Coarctation}}},
Volume = {40},
ISSN = {0090-6964, 1573-9686},
URL = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10439-011-0447-6},
DOI = {10.1007/s10439-011-0447-6},
Number = {4},
JournalTitle = {Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
URLDate = {2019-02-06},
Year = {2012-04},
Pages = {860-870},
Author = {Arzani, Amirhossein and Dyverfeldt, Petter and Ebbers,
Tino and Shadden, Shawn C.}
}
@Article{ ashikaga2013hrythm,
Title = {Feasibility of image-based simulation to estimate ablation
target in human ventricular arrhythmia},
Author = {Ashikaga, Hiroshi and Arevalo, Hermenegild and
Vadakkumpadan, Fijoy and Blake, Robert C and Bayer, Jason D
and Nazarian, Saman and Zviman, M Muz and Tandri,
Harikrishna and Berger, Ronald D and Calkins, Hugh and
others},
Journal = {Heart Rhythm},
Volume = {10},
Number = {8},
Pages = {1109--1116},
Year = {2013},
Publisher = {Elsevier}
}
@Article{ assous-degond-heintze-raviart-segre-93,
Author = {Assous, F. and Degond, P. and Heintze, E. and Raviart,
P.A. and Segre J.},
Journal = {Jour. Comp. Phys.},
Pages = {222-237},
Title = {On a finite-element method for solving the three
dimensional {Maxwell} equations},
Volume = {109},
Year = {1993}
}
###Article{ assous-degond-heintze-raviart-segre-93,
Author = {Assous, F. and Degond, P. and Heintze, E. and Raviart,
P.A. and Segre J.},
Journal = {Jour. Comp. Phys.},
Pages = {222-237},
Title = {On a finite-element method for solving the three
dimensional {Maxwell} equations},
Volume = {109},
Year = {1993}
}
@PhdThesis{ astorino-10,
Author = {Astorino, M.},
Title = {Fluid-Structure Interaction in the Cardiovascular System.
Numerical Analysis and Simulation},
School = {Universit\'e Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6},
Year = 2010
}
###PhdThesis{ astorino-10,
Author = {Astorino, M.},
Title = {Fluid-Structure Interaction in the Cardiovascular System.
Numerical Analysis and Simulation},
School = {Universit\'e Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6},
Year = 2010
}
@Article{ astorino-chouly-fernandez-09,
Author = {Astorino, M. and Chouly, F. and Fern\'andez, M.A.},
DOI = {10.1016/j.crma.2008.11.003},
Journal = { C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris S\'er. I Math.},
Number = {1--2},
Pages = {99--104},
Title = {An added-mass free semi-implicit coupling scheme for
fluid-structure interaction},
Volume = {347},
Year = {2009}
}
###Article{ astorino-chouly-fernandez-09,
Author = {Astorino, M. and Chouly, F. and Fern\'andez, M.A.},
DOI = {10.1016/j.crma.2008.11.003},
Journal = { C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris S\'er. I Math.},
Number = {1--2},
Pages = {99--104},
Title = {An added-mass free semi-implicit coupling scheme for
fluid-structure interaction},
Volume = {347},
Year = {2009},
bdsk-url-1 = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crma.2008.11.003}
}
@Unpublished{ astorino-grandmont-xx,
Author = {Astorino, M. and Grandmont, C.},
Note = {Submitted},
Title = {Convergence analysis of a projection semi-implicit
coupling scheme for fluid-structure interaction problems}
}
###Unpublished{ astorino-grandmont-xx,
Author = {Astorino, M. and Grandmont, C.},
Note = {Submitted},
Title = {Convergence analysis of a projection semi-implicit
coupling scheme for fluid-structure interaction problems}
}
@Article{ astorino09_robinsemiimpl,
Author = "Astorino, M. and Chouly, F. and Fern\'{a}ndez, M.~A.",
collaboration = {},
Title = {Robin Based Semi-Implicit Coupling in Fluid-Structure
Interaction: Stability Analysis and Numerics},
Publisher = {SIAM},
Year = {2009},
Journal = sisc,
Volume = {31},
Number = {6},
Pages = {4041-4065},
DOI = {10.1137/090749694}
}
###Article{ astorino09_robinsemiimpl,
Author = "Astorino, M. and Chouly, F. and Fern\'{a}ndez, M.~A.",
collaboration = {},
Title = {Robin Based Semi-Implicit Coupling in Fluid-Structure
Interaction: Stability Analysis and Numerics},
Publisher = {SIAM},
Year = {2009},
Journal = sisc,
Volume = {31},
Number = {6},
Pages = {4041-4065},
DOI = {10.1137/090749694}
}
@Article{ astorino2009fsivalves,
Title = {Fluid--structure interaction and multi-body contact:
application to aortic valves},
Author = {Astorino, Matteo and Gerbeau, Jean-Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric and
Pantz, Olivier and Traore, Karim-Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric},
Journal = {Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering},
Volume = {198},
Number = {45-46},
Pages = {3603--3612},
Year = {2009},
Publisher = {Elsevier}
}
@Article{ astorino2012ris,
Title = {A robust and efficient valve model based on resistive
immersed surfaces},
Author = {Astorino, M. and Hamers, J. and Shadden, S. and Gerbeau,
J.},
Journal = {International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical
Engineering},
Volume = {28},
Number = {9},
Pages = {937--959},
Year = {2012},
Publisher = {Wiley Online Library}
}
@Article{ astorino_robin_2010,
langid = {english},
Title = {Robin {{Based Semi}}-{{Implicit Coupling}} in
{{Fluid}}-{{Structure Interaction}}: {{Stability Analysis}}
and {{Numerics}}},
Volume = {31},
ISSN = {1064-8275, 1095-7197},
URL = {http://epubs.siam.org/doi/10.1137/090749694},
DOI = {10.1137/090749694},
ShortTitle = {Robin {{Based Semi}}-{{Implicit Coupling}} in
{{Fluid}}-{{Structure Interaction}}},
Abstract = {In this paper, we propose a semi-implicit coupling scheme
for the numerical simulation of fluid-structure
interaction systems involving a viscous incompressible
fluid. The scheme is stable irrespective of the so-called
added-mass effect and allows for conservative
time-stepping within the structure. The efficiency of the
scheme is based on the explicit splitting of the viscous
effects and geometrical/convective nonlinearities through
the use of the Chorin–Temam projection scheme within the
fluid. Stability comes from the implicit pressure-solid
coupling and a specific Robin treatment of the explicit
viscous-solid coupling, derived from Nitsche’s method.},
Number = {6},
JournalTitle = {SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing},
URLDate = {2018-09-19},
Date = {2010-01},
Pages = {4041-4065},
Author = {Astorino, Matteo and Chouly, Franz and Fernández, Miguel
A.}
}
@Article{ astrand-etal-11,
Author = {Astrand, H. and Stalhand, J. and Karlsson, J. and
Karlsson, M. and Sonesson, B. and L\"anne, T.},
Title = {In vivo estimation of the contribution of elastin and
collagen to the mechanical properties in the human
abdominal aorta: effect of age and sex},
Volume = {110},
Number = {1},
Pages = {176-187},
Year = {2011},
DOI = {10.1152/japplphysiol.00579.2010},
Abstract = {The mechanical properties of the aorta affect cardiac
function and are related to cardiovascular
morbidity/mortality. This study was designed to evaluate
the isotropic (mainly elastin, elastiniso) and anisotropic
(mainly collagen, collagenani) material parameters within
the human aorta in vivo. Thirty healthy men and women in
three different age categories (23–30, 41–54, and
67–72 yr) were included. A novel mechanical model was
used to identify the mechanical properties and the strain
field with aid of simultaneously recorded pressure and
radius in the abdominal aorta. The magnitudes of the
material parameters relating to both the stiffness of
elastiniso and collagenani were in agreement with earlier
in vitro studies. The load-bearing fraction attributed to
collagenani oscillated from 10 to 30\% between diastolic
and systolic pressures during the cardiac cycle. With age,
stiffness of elastiniso increased in men, despite the
decrease in elastin content that has been found due to
elastolysis. Furthermore, an increase in stiffness of
collagenani at high physiological pressure was found. This
might be due to increased glycation, as well as changed
isoforms of collagen in the aortic wall with age. A marked
sex difference was observed, with a much less age-related
effect, both on elastiniso and collagenani stiffness in
women. Possible factors of importance could be the effect
of sex hormones, as well as differing collagen isoforms,
between the sexes.},
Journal = {Journal of Applied Physiology}
}
###Article{ astrand-etal-11,
Author = {Astrand, H. and Stalhand, J. and Karlsson, J. and
Karlsson, M. and Sonesson, B. and L\"anne, T.},
Title = {In vivo estimation of the contribution of elastin and
collagen to the mechanical properties in the human
abdominal aorta: effect of age and sex},
Volume = {110},
Number = {1},
Pages = {176-187},
Year = {2011},
DOI = {10.1152/japplphysiol.00579.2010},
Abstract = {The mechanical properties of the aorta affect cardiac
function and are related to cardiovascular
morbidity/mortality. This study was designed to evaluate
the isotropic (mainly elastin, elastiniso) and anisotropic
(mainly collagen, collagenani) material parameters within
the human aorta in vivo. Thirty healthy men and women in
three different age categories (23–30, 41–54, and
67–72 yr) were included. A novel mechanical model was
used to identify the mechanical properties and the strain
field with aid of simultaneously recorded pressure and
radius in the abdominal aorta. The magnitudes of the
material parameters relating to both the stiffness of
elastiniso and collagenani were in agreement with earlier
in vitro studies. The load-bearing fraction attributed to
collagenani oscillated from 10 to 30\% between diastolic
and systolic pressures during the cardiac cycle. With age,
stiffness of elastiniso increased in men, despite the
decrease in elastin content that has been found due to
elastolysis. Furthermore, an increase in stiffness of
collagenani at high physiological pressure was found. This
might be due to increased glycation, as well as changed
isoforms of collagen in the aortic wall with age. A marked
sex difference was observed, with a much less age-related
effect, both on elastiniso and collagenani stiffness in
women. Possible factors of importance could be the effect
of sex hormones, as well as differing collagen isoforms,
between the sexes.},
URL = {http://jap.physiology.org/content/110/1/176.abstract},
EPrint = {http://jap.physiology.org/content/110/1/176.full.pdf+html},
Journal = {Journal of Applied Physiology}
}
@TechReport{ audusse-bristeau-perthame-00,
Author = {Audusse, E. and Bristeau, M. O. and Perthame, B.},
Institution = {INRIA},
Note = {http://www.inria.fr/RRRT/RR-3989.html},
Number = {3989},
Title = {Kinetic schemes for solving {S}aint-{V}enant equations
with source terms},
Type = {Rapport de Recherche},
Year = {2000}
}
###TechReport{ audusse-bristeau-perthame-00,
Author = {Audusse, E. and Bristeau, M. O. and Perthame, B.},
Institution = {INRIA},
Note = {http://www.inria.fr/RRRT/RR-3989.html},
Number = {3989},
Title = {Kinetic schemes for solving {S}aint-{V}enant equations
with source terms},
Type = {Rapport de Recherche},
Year = {2000}
}
@Article{ augustin2011assessment,
Title = {An assessment of discretizations for convection-dominated
convection--diffusion equations},
Author = {Augustin, Matthias and Caiazzo, Alfonso and Fiebach,
Andr{\'e} and Fuhrmann, J{\"u}rgen and John, Volker and
Linke, Alexander and Umla, Rudolf},
Journal = {Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering},
Volume = {200},
Number = {47},
Pages = {3395--3409},
Year = {2011},
Publisher = {Elsevier}
}
@Article{ auroux-blum-08,
Author = {Auroux, D. and Blum, J.},
date-added = {2009-03-10 12:06:21 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 12:07:39 -0700},
Journal = {Nonlinear Processes Geophysics},
Pages = {305-319},
Title = {A nudging-based data assimilation method: the Back and
Forth Nudging (BFN) algorithm},
Volume = {15},
Year = {2008}
}
###Article{ auroux-blum-08,
Author = {Auroux, D. and Blum, J.},
date-added = {2009-03-10 12:06:21 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 12:07:39 -0700},
Journal = {Nonlinear Processes Geophysics},
Pages = {305-319},
Title = {A nudging-based data assimilation method: the Back and
Forth Nudging (BFN) algorithm},
Volume = {15},
Year = {2008}
}
@Article{ auroux-blum-08-npg,
Author = {Auroux, D. and Blum, J.},
Title = {A nudging-based data assimilation method for oceanographic
problems: the Back and Forth Nudging (BFN) algorithm},
Journal = {Nonlin. Proc. Geophys.},
Volume = {15},
Year = {2008},
Pages = {305--319}
}
###Article{ auroux-blum-08-npg,
Author = {Auroux, D. and Blum, J.},
Title = {A nudging-based data assimilation method for oceanographic
problems: the Back and Forth Nudging (BFN) algorithm},
Journal = {Nonlin. Proc. Geophys.},
Volume = {15},
Year = {2008},
Pages = {305--319}
}
@Article{ avril2010ani,
Title = {Anisotropic and hyperelastic identification of in vitro
human arteries from full-field optical measurements.},
Author = {Avril, S. and Badel, P. and Duprey, A.},
Journal = {J Biomech},
Volume = {43},
Number = {15},
Pages = {2978-85},
Year = {2010},
Abstract = {In this paper, we present a new approach for the bi-axial
characterization of in vitro human arteries and we prove
its feasibility on an example. The specificity of the
approach is that it can handle heterogeneous strain and
stress distributions in arterial segments. From the
full-field experimental data obtained in
inflation/extension tests, an inverse approach, called the
virtual fields method (VFM), is used for deriving the
material parameters of the tested arterial segment. The
obtained results are promising and the approach can
effectively provide relevant values for the anisotropic
hyperelastic properties of the tested sample. }
}
###Article{ avril2010ani,
Title = {Anisotropic and hyperelastic identification of in vitro
human arteries from full-field optical measurements.},
Author = {Avril, S. and Badel, P. and Duprey, A.},
Journal = {J Biomech},
Volume = {43},
Number = {15},
Pages = {2978-85},
Year = {2010},
Abstract = {In this paper, we present a new approach for the bi-axial
characterization of in vitro human arteries and we prove
its feasibility on an example. The specificity of the
approach is that it can handle heterogeneous strain and
stress distributions in arterial segments. From the
full-field experimental data obtained in
inflation/extension tests, an inverse approach, called the
virtual fields method (VFM), is used for deriving the
material parameters of the tested arterial segment. The
obtained results are promising and the approach can
effectively provide relevant values for the anisotropic
hyperelastic properties of the tested sample. }
}
@Article{ avril2015regional,
Title = {Regional identification of mechanical properties in
arteries},
Author = {Avril, St{\'e}phane and Bersi, Matthew R and Bellini,
Chiara and Genovese, Katia and Humphrey, Jay D},
Journal = {Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical
engineering},
Volume = {18},
Number = {sup1},
Pages = {1874--1875},
Year = {2015},
Publisher = {Taylor \& Francis}
}
@Article{ axel1989r,
Title = {MR imaging of motion with spatial modulation of
magnetization.},
Author = {Axel, L. and Dougherty, L.},
Journal = {Radiology},
Year = {1989},
Month = {Jun},
Number = {3},
Pages = {841--845},
Volume = {171},
Abstract = {A novel magnetic resonance imaging technique provides
direct imaging of motion by spatially modulating the degree
of magnetization prior to imaging. The preimaging pulse
sequence consists of a radio-frequency (RF) pulse to
produce transverse magnetization, a magnetic field gradient
to "wrap" the phase along the direction of the gradient,
and a second RF pulse to mix the modulated transverse
magnetization with the longitudinal magnetization. The
resulting images show periodic stripes due to the
modulation. Motion between the time of striping and image
formation is directly demonstrated as a corresponding
displacement of the stripes. This technique can be used to
study heart wall motion, to distinguish slowly moving blood
from thrombus, and to study the flow of blood and
cerebrospinal fluid.},
DOI = {10.1148/radiology.171.3.2717762},
Institution = {Department of Radiology, Hospital of the University of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 19104.},
Keywords = {Adult; Blood Flow Velocity; Female; Heart Diseases,
diagnosis/etiology; Humans; Magnetic Resonance Imaging,
methods; Magnetics; Middle Aged; Mitral Valve Stenosis,
complications/physiopathology; Models, Structural; Motion;
Myocardial Contraction; Spinal Cord Neoplasms,
cerebrospinal fluid; Thrombosis, diagnosis/etiology},
Language = {eng},
medline-pst = {ppublish},
owner = {stoeckc},
pmid = {2717762},
timestamp = {2015.07.24},
URL = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1148/radiology.171.3.2717762}
}
@Article{ baaijens-01,
Author = {Baaijens, F.},
Journal = {Int. Jour. Num. Meth. Fluids},
Pages = {743-761},
Title = {A fictitious domain/mortar element method for
fluid-structure interaction},
Volume = {35},
Year = {2001}
}
###Article{ baaijens-01,
Author = {Baaijens, F.},
Journal = {Int. Jour. Num. Meth. Fluids},
Pages = {743-761},
Title = {A fictitious domain/mortar element method for
fluid-structure interaction},
Volume = {35},
Year = {2001}
}
@Article{ badel2011mec,
Title = {Mechanical identification of layer-specific properties of
mouse carotid arteries using 3D-DIC and a hyperelastic
anisotropic constitutive model.},
Author = {Badel, P. and Avril, S. and Lessner, S. and Sutton, M.},
Journal = {Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical
Engineering},
Pages = {37-48},
Volume = {15},
Number = {1},
Year = {2012},
Abstract = {The role of mechanics is known to be of primary order in
many arterial diseases; however, determining mechanical
properties of arteries remains a challenge. This paper
discusses the identifiability of the passive mechanical
properties of a mouse carotid artery, taking into account
the orientation of collagen fibres in the medial and
adventitial layers. On the basis of 3D digital image
correlation measurements of the surface strain during an
inflation/extension test, an inverse identification method
is set up. It involves a 3D finite element mechanical model
of the mechanical test and an optimisation algorithm. A
two-layer constitutive model derived from the Holzapfel
model is used, with five and then seven parameters. The
five-parameter model is successfully identified providing
layer-specific fibre angles. The seven-parameter model is
over parameterised, yet it is shown that additional data
from a simple tension test make the identification of
refined layer-specific data reliable. }
}
###Article{ badel2011mec,
Title = {Mechanical identification of layer-specific properties of
mouse carotid arteries using 3D-DIC and a hyperelastic
anisotropic constitutive model.},
Author = {Badel, P. and Avril, S. and Lessner, S. and Sutton, M.},
Journal = {Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical
Engineering},
Pages = {37-48},
Volume = {15},
Number = {1},
Year = {2012},
Abstract = {The role of mechanics is known to be of primary order in
many arterial diseases; however, determining mechanical
properties of arteries remains a challenge. This paper
discusses the identifiability of the passive mechanical
properties of a mouse carotid artery, taking into account
the orientation of collagen fibres in the medial and
adventitial layers. On the basis of 3D digital image
correlation measurements of the surface strain during an
inflation/extension test, an inverse identification method
is set up. It involves a 3D finite element mechanical model
of the mechanical test and an optimisation algorithm. A
two-layer constitutive model derived from the Holzapfel
model is used, with five and then seven parameters. The
five-parameter model is successfully identified providing
layer-specific fibre angles. The seven-parameter model is
over parameterised, yet it is shown that additional data
from a simple tension test make the identification of
refined layer-specific data reliable. }
}
@Article{ badia-codina-07,
Author = {Badia, S. and Codina, R.},
Journal = {Numer. Math.},
Pages = {533-557},
Title = {{Convergence analysis of the FEM approximation of the
first order projection method for incompressible flows with
and without the inf-sup condition}},
Volume = {107},
Year = {2007}
}
###Article{ badia-codina-07,
Author = {Badia, S. and Codina, R.},
Journal = {Numer. Math.},
Pages = {533-557},
Title = {{Convergence analysis of the FEM approximation of the
first order projection method for incompressible flows with
and without the inf-sup condition}},
Volume = {107},
Year = {2007}
}
@Article{ badia-nobile-vergara-08,
Author = {Badia, S. and Nobile, F. and Vergara, C.},
Journal = {J. Comp. Phys.},
Pages = {7027--7051},
Title = {Fluid-structure partitioned procedures based on {R}obin
transmission conditions},
Volume = {227},
Year = {2008}
}
###Article{ badia-nobile-vergara-08,
Author = {Badia, S. and Nobile, F. and Vergara, C.},
Journal = {J. Comp. Phys.},
Pages = {7027--7051},
Title = {Fluid-structure partitioned procedures based on {R}obin
transmission conditions},
Volume = {227},
Year = {2008}
}
@Article{ badia-quaini-quarteroni-08,
Author = {Badia, S. and Quaini, A. and Quarteroni, A.},
Journal = {SIAM J. Sci. Comput.},
Number = {4},
Pages = {1778--1805},
Title = {Splitting methods based on algebraic factorization for
fluid-structure interaction},
Volume = {30},
Year = {2008}
}
###Article{ badia-quaini-quarteroni-08,
Author = {Badia, S. and Quaini, A. and Quarteroni, A.},
Journal = {SIAM J. Sci. Comput.},
Number = {4},
Pages = {1778--1805},
Title = {Splitting methods based on algebraic factorization for
fluid-structure interaction},
Volume = {30},
Year = {2008}
}
@Article{ badiacodina07,
Author = "Badia, S. and Codina, R.",
Title = "{Convergence analysis of the FEM approximation of the
first order projection method for incompressible flows with
and without the inf-sup condition}",
Journal = "{Num. Math.}",
Volume = "107",
Pages = "533--557",
Year = "2007"
}
###Article{ badiacodina07,
Author = "Badia, S. and Codina, R.",
Title = "{Convergence analysis of the FEM approximation of the
first order projection method for incompressible flows with
and without the inf-sup condition}",
Journal = "{Num. Math.}",
Volume = "107",
Pages = "533--557",
Year = "2007"
}
@Article{ baek2005jelast,
Title = {Competition between radial expansion and thickening in the
enlargement of an intracranial saccular aneurysm},
Author = {Baek, S and Rajagopal, KR and Humphrey, JD},
Journal = {Journal of Elasticity},
Year = {2005},
Number = {1-3},
Pages = {13--31},
Volume = {80},
File = {baek05.pdf:baek05.pdf:PDF},
Publisher = {Springer},
timestamp = {2015/03/27}
}
@Article{ baer-cairncross-schunk-sackinger-rao-00,
Author = {Baer, T.A. and Cairncross, R.A. and Schunk, P.R. and
Sackinger, P.A. and Rao, R.R.},
code = {mob6},
Journal = {Int. Jour. Num. Meth. Fluids},
Pages = {405-427},
Title = {A finite element method for free surface flows of
incompressible fluids in three dimensions. {Part II}:
dynamic wetting line},
Volume = {33},
Year = {2000}
}
###Article{ baer-cairncross-schunk-sackinger-rao-00,
Author = {Baer, T.A. and Cairncross, R.A. and Schunk, P.R. and
Sackinger, P.A. and Rao, R.R.},
code = {mob6},
Journal = {Int. Jour. Num. Meth. Fluids},
Pages = {405-427},
Title = {A finite element method for free surface flows of
incompressible fluids in three dimensions. {Part II}:
dynamic wetting line},
Volume = {33},
Year = {2000}
}
@Article{ baiocchi-brezzi-franca-93,
Author = {Baiocchi, C. and Brezzi, F. and Franca, L.P.},
Journal = {Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. Eng.},
Pages = {125-141},
Title = {Virtual bubbles and {Galerkin}-least-squares type
methods},
Volume = {105},
Year = {1993}
}
###Article{ baiocchi-brezzi-franca-93,
Author = {Baiocchi, C. and Brezzi, F. and Franca, L.P.},
Journal = {Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. Eng.},
Pages = {125-141},
Title = {Virtual bubbles and {Galerkin}-least-squares type
methods},
Volume = {105},
Year = {1993}
}
@Article{ balaban2017high,
Title = {High-resolution data assimilation of cardiac mechanics
applied to a dyssynchronous ventricle},
Author = {Balaban, Gabriel and Finsberg, Henrik and Odland, Hans
Henrik and Rognes, Marie E and Ross, Stian and Sundnes,
Joakim and Wall, Samuel},
Journal = {International journal for numerical methods in biomedical
engineering},
Volume = {33},
Number = {11},
Pages = {e2863},
Year = {2017},
Publisher = {Wiley Online Library}
}
@TechReport{ balay_petsc_2018,
Title = {{{PETSc Users Manual}}},
Author = {Balay, Satish and Abhyankar, Shrirang and Adams, Mark F.
and Brown, Jed and Brune, Peter and Buschelman, Kris and
Dalcin, Lisandro and Dener, Alp and Eijkhout, Victor and
Gropp, William D. and Kaushik, Dinesh and Knepley, Matthew
G. and May, Dave A. and McInnes, Lois Curfman and Mills,
Richard Tran and Munson, Todd and Rupp, Karl and Sanan,
Patrick and Smith, Barry F. and Zampini, Stefano and Zhang,
Hong and Zhang, Hong},
Year = {2018},
Institution = {{Argonne National Laboratory}},
Number = {ANL-95/11 - Revision 3.10}
}
###Report{ balay_petsc_2018,
Title = {{{PETSc Users Manual}}},
URL = {http://www.mcs.anl.gov/petsc},
Number = {ANL-95/11 - Revision 3.10},
Institution = {{Argonne National Laboratory}},
Date = {2018},
Author = {Balay, Satish and Abhyankar, Shrirang and Adams, Mark F.
and Brown, Jed and Brune, Peter and Buschelman, Kris and
Dalcin, Lisandro and Dener, Alp and Eijkhout, Victor and
Gropp, William D. and Kaushik, Dinesh and Knepley, Matthew
G. and May, Dave A. and McInnes, Lois Curfman and Mills,
Richard Tran and Munson, Todd and Rupp, Karl and Sanan,
Patrick and Smith, Barry F. and Zampini, Stefano and Zhang,
Hong and Zhang, Hong}
}
@Article{ balocco-camara-frangi-08,
Title = {Towards regional elastography of intracranial aneurysms},
Author = {Balocco, S. and Camara, O. and Frangi, A.},
Journal = {Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted
Intervention--MICCAI 2008},
Pages = {131--138},
Year = {2008},
Publisher = {Springer}
}
###Article{ balocco-camara-frangi-08,
Title = {Towards regional elastography of intracranial aneurysms},
Author = {Balocco, S. and Camara, O. and Frangi, A.},
Journal = {Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted
Intervention--MICCAI 2008},
Pages = {131--138},
Year = {2008},
Publisher = {Springer}
}
@Article{ balocco-etal-07,
Title = {{Noninvasive Young's modulus evaluation of tissues
surrounding pulsatile vessels using ultrasound doppler
measurement}},
Author = {Balocco, S. and Basset, O. and Courbebaisse, G. and Boni,
E. and Tortoli, P. and Cachard, C.},
Journal = {Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, IEEE
Transactions on},
Volume = {54},
Number = {6},
Pages = {1265--1271},
Year = {2007},
Publisher = {IEEE}
}
###Article{ balocco-etal-07,
Title = {{Noninvasive Young's modulus evaluation of tissues
surrounding pulsatile vessels using ultrasound doppler
measurement}},
Author = {Balocco, S. and Basset, O. and Courbebaisse, G. and Boni,
E. and Tortoli, P. and Cachard, C.},
Journal = {Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, IEEE
Transactions on},
Volume = {54},
Number = {6},
Pages = {1265--1271},
Year = {2007},
Publisher = {IEEE}
}
@Article{ balocco-etal-10,
Title = {{Estimation of the viscoelastic properties of vessel walls
using a computational model and Doppler ultrasound}},
Author = {Balocco, S. and Basset, O. and Courbebaisse, G. and Boni,
E. and Frangi, A.F. and Tortoli, P. and Cachard, C.},
Journal = {Physics in Medicine and Biology},
Volume = {55},
Number = {12},
Pages = {3557},
Year = {2010},
Publisher = {IOP Publishing}
}
###Article{ balocco-etal-10,
Title = {{Estimation of the viscoelastic properties of vessel walls
using a computational model and Doppler ultrasound}},
Author = {Balocco, S. and Basset, O. and Courbebaisse, G. and Boni,
E. and Frangi, A.F. and Tortoli, P. and Cachard, C.},
Journal = {Physics in Medicine and Biology},
Volume = {55},
Number = {12},
Pages = {3557},
Year = {2010},
Publisher = {IOP Publishing}
}
@Article{ balossino_computational_2009,
Title = {Computational Models to Predict Stenosis Growth in Carotid
Arteries: Which Is the Role of Boundary Conditions?},
Volume = {12},
ShortTitle = {Computational Models to Predict Stenosis Growth in Carotid
Arteries},
Number = {1},
JournalTitle = {Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical
engineering},
Year = {2009},
Pages = {113--123},
Author = {Balossino, R. and Pennati, Giancarlo and Migliavacca,
Francesco and Formaggia, Luca and Veneziani, A. and Tuveri,
M. and Dubini, G.}
}
@Article{ bang-lukkassen-99,
Author = {Bang, B. and Lukkassen, D.},
fjournal = {Applications of Mathematics},
Journal = {Appl. Math.},
Number = {4},
Pages = {309--319},
Title = {Application of homogenization theory related to {S}tokes
flow in porous media},
Volume = {44},
Year = {1999}
}
###Article{ bang-lukkassen-99,
Author = {Bang, B. and Lukkassen, D.},
fjournal = {Applications of Mathematics},
Journal = {Appl. Math.},
Number = {4},
Pages = {309--319},
Title = {Application of homogenization theory related to {S}tokes
flow in porous media},
Volume = {44},
Year = {1999}
}
@Book{ bankkunisch1989book,
Title = {Estimation techniques for distributed parameter systems},
Author = {Banks, H. T. and Kunisch, K.},
Publisher = {Birkh\"auser Boston Inc.},
Year = {1989},
Address = {Boston, MA},
Series = {Systems \& Control: Foundations \& Applications},
Volume = {1},
date-added = {2009-03-10 18:50:38 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 18:50:45 -0700}
}
@Book{ banks-kunisch-89,
Address = {Boston, MA},
Author = {Banks, H. T. and Kunisch, K.},
date-added = {2009-03-10 18:50:38 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 18:50:45 -0700},
Publisher = {Birkh\"auser Boston Inc.},
Series = {Systems \& Control: Foundations \& Applications},
Title = {Estimation techniques for distributed parameter systems},
Volume = {1},
Year = {1989}
}
###Book{ banks-kunisch-89,
Address = {Boston, MA},
Author = {Banks, H. T. and Kunisch, K.},
date-added = {2009-03-10 18:50:38 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 18:50:45 -0700},
Publisher = {Birkh\"auser Boston Inc.},
Series = {Systems \& Control: Foundations \& Applications},
Title = {Estimation techniques for distributed parameter systems},
Volume = {1},
Year = {1989}
}
@Article{ bansch2016posteriori,
Title = {A Posteriori Error Estimates for Pressure-Correction
Schemes},
Author = {Bänsch, E and Brenner, A},
Journal = {SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis},
Volume = {54},
Number = {4},
Pages = {2323--2358},
Year = {2016},
Publisher = {SIAM}
}
@Article{ bao2003noise,
Title = {Noise reduction for magnetic resonance images via adaptive
multiscale products thresholding},
Author = {Bao, Paul and Zhang, Lei},
Journal = {Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on},
Volume = {22},
Number = {9},
Pages = {1089--1099},
Year = {2003},
Publisher = {IEEE}
}
###Article{ bao2003noise,
Title = {Noise reduction for magnetic resonance images via adaptive
multiscale products thresholding},
Author = {Bao, Paul and Zhang, Lei},
Journal = {Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on},
Volume = {22},
Number = {9},
Pages = {1089--1099},
Year = {2003},
Publisher = {IEEE}
}
@InProceedings{ baranger-guillope-saut-96,
Author = {Baranger, J. and Guillope, C. and Saut, J-C.},
BookTitle = {Rheology for polymer melt processing},
Editor = {Piau, J-M. and Agassant, J-F.},
Publisher = {Elsevier Sciences},
Title = {Mathematical analysis of differential models for
viscoelastics fluids},
Year = {1996}
}
###InProceedings{ baranger-guillope-saut-96,
Author = {Baranger, J. and Guillope, C. and Saut, J-C.},
BookTitle = {Rheology for polymer melt processing},
Editor = {Piau, J-M. and Agassant, J-F.},
Publisher = {Elsevier Sciences},
Title = {Mathematical analysis of differential models for
viscoelastics fluids},
Year = {1996}
}
@PhdThesis{ barbe-2001,
Author = {Barbe, L.},
School = {Univ. Paris 7},
Title = {M{\'e}canismes d'adh{\'e}rence des leucocytes aux fibres
synth{\'e}tiques. Application {\`a} la filtration du sang.},
Year = {2002}
}
###PhdThesis{ barbe-2001,
Author = {Barbe, L.},
School = {Univ. Paris 7},
Title = {M{\'e}canismes d'adh{\'e}rence des leucocytes aux fibres
synth{\'e}tiques. Application {\`a} la filtration du sang.},
Year = {2002}
}
@Article{ barber-etal-07,
Title = "Efficient computational fluid dynamics mesh generation by
image registration",
Journal = "Medical Image Analysis",
Volume = "11",
Number = "6",
Pages = "648 - 662",
Year = "2007",
Note = "",
ISSN = "1361-8415",
DOI = "10.1016/j.media.2007.06.011",
Author = "D.C. Barber and E. Oubel and A.F. Frangi and D.R. Hose",
Keywords = "CFD"
}
###Article{ barber-etal-07,
Title = "Efficient computational fluid dynamics mesh generation by
image registration",
Journal = "Medical Image Analysis",
Volume = "11",
Number = "6",
Pages = "648 - 662",
Year = "2007",
Note = "",
ISSN = "1361-8415",
DOI = "10.1016/j.media.2007.06.011",
Author = "D.C. Barber and E. Oubel and A.F. Frangi and D.R. Hose",
Keywords = "CFD"
}
@Article{ barber-etal-12,
Title = "Registration based segment growing for vascular
segmentation",
Journal = "Submitted to IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging",
Volume = "",
Number = "",
Pages = "",
Year = "2012",
Note = "",
ISSN = "",
DOI = "",
Author = "Barber, D.C. and Staicu, C. and Valverde, I. and Beerbaum,
P. and Hose, D.R.",
Keywords = "CFD"
}
###Article{ barber-etal-12,
Title = "Registration based segment growing for vascular
segmentation",
Journal = "Submitted to IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging",
Volume = "",
Number = "",
Pages = "",
Year = "2012",
Note = "",
ISSN = "",
DOI = "",
Author = "Barber, D.C. and Staicu, C. and Valverde, I. and Beerbaum,
P. and Hose, D.R.",
Keywords = "CFD"
}
@Article{ baretta_virtual_2011,
langid = {english},
Title = {Virtual Surgeries in Patients with Congenital Heart
Disease: A Multi-Scale Modelling Test Case},
URL = {https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/abs/10.1098/rsta.2011.0130},
ShortTitle = {Virtual Surgeries in Patients with Congenital Heart
Disease},
Abstract = {The objective of this work is to perform a virtual
planning of surgical repairs in patients with congenital
heart diseasesto test the predictive capability of a
closed-loop multi-scale model. As a first step, we
reproduced the pre-operative state of a specific patient
with a univentricular circulation and a bidirectional
cavopulmonary anastomosis (BCPA), starting from the
patient's clinical data. Namely, by adopting a closed-loop
multi-scale approach, the boundary conditions at the inlet
and outlet sections of the three-dimensional model were
automatically calculated by a lumped parameter network.
Successively, we simulated three alternative surgical
designs of the total cavopulmonary connection (TCPC). In
particular, a T-junction of the venae cavae to the
pulmonary arteries (T-TCPC), a design with an offset
between the venae cavae (O-TCPC) and a Y-graft design
(Y-TCPC) were compared. A multi-scale closed-loop model
consisting of a lumped parameter network representing the
whole circulation and a patient-...},
JournalTitle = {Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A:
Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences},
URLDate = {2019-03-09},
Year = {2011-11-13},
Author = {Baretta, A. and Corsini, C. and Yang, W. and
Vignon-Clementel, I. E. and Marsden, A. L. and Feinstein,
J. A. and Hsia, T.-Y. and Dubini, G. and Migliavacca, F.
and Pennati, G. and Investigators, The Modeling of
Congenital Hearts Alliance (MOCHA)}
}
@Book{ barret-94,
Author = {R. Barrett and M. Berry and T. F. Chan and J. Demmel and
J. Donato and J. Dongarra and V. Eijkhout and R. Pozo and
C. Romine and H. Van der Vorst },
Publisher = {SIAM},
Title = {Templates for the Solution of Linear Systems: Building
Blocks for Iterative Methods, 2nd Edition},
Year = {1994}
}
###Book{ barret-94,
Author = {R. Barrett and M. Berry and T. F. Chan and J. Demmel and
J. Donato and J. Dongarra and V. Eijkhout and R. Pozo and
C. Romine and H. Van der Vorst },
Publisher = {SIAM},
Title = {Templates for the Solution of Linear Systems: Building
Blocks for Iterative Methods, 2nd Edition},
Year = {1994}
}
@Article{ barrett-01,
Author = {Barrett, K.E.},
code = {mhd40},
Journal = {Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng},
Pages = {1893-1906},
Title = {Duct flow with a transverse magnetic field at high
Hartmann numbers},
Volume = {50},
Year = {2001}
}
###Article{ barrett-01,
Author = {Barrett, K.E.},
code = {mhd40},
Journal = {Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng},
Pages = {1893-1906},
Title = {Duct flow with a transverse magnetic field at high
Hartmann numbers},
Volume = {50},
Year = {2001}
}
@Article{ baskurt_blood_2003,
langid = {english},
Title = {Blood Rheology and Hemodynamics},
Volume = {29},
ISSN = {0094-6176},
DOI = {10.1055/s-2003-44551},
Abstract = {Blood is a two-phase suspension of formed elements (i.e.,
red blood cells [RBCs], white blood cells [WBCs],
platelets) suspended in an aqueous solution of organic
molecules, proteins, and salts called plasma. The apparent
viscosity of blood depends on the existing shear forces
(i.e., blood behaves as a non-Newtonian fluid) and is
determined by hematocrit, plasma viscosity, RBC
aggregation, and the mechanical properties of RBCs. RBCs
are highly deformable, and this physical property
significantly contributes to aiding blood flow both under
bulk flow conditions and in the microcirculation. The
tendency of RBCs to undergo reversible aggregation is an
important determinant of apparent viscosity because the
size of RBC aggregates is inversely proportional to the
magnitude of shear forces; the aggregates are dispersed
with increasing shear forces, then reform under low-flow or
static conditions. RBC aggregation also affects the in vivo
fluidity of blood, especially in the low-shear regions of
the circulatory system. Blood rheology has been reported to
be altered in various physiopathological processes: (1)
Alterations of hematocrit significantly contribute to
hemorheological variations in diseases and in certain
extreme physiological conditions; (2) RBC deformability is
sensitive to local and general homeostasis, with RBC
deformability affected by alterations of the properties and
associations of membrane skeletal proteins, the ratio of
RBC membrane surface area to cell volume, cell morphology,
and cytoplasmic viscosity. Such alterations may result from
genetic disorders or may be induced by such factors as
abnormal local tissue metabolism, oxidant stress, and
activated leukocytes; and (3) RBC aggregation is mainly
determined by plasma protein composition and surface
properties of RBCs, with increased plasma concentrations of
acute phase reactants in inflammatory disorders a common
cause of increased RBC aggregation. In addition, RBC
aggregation tendency can be modified by alterations of RBC
surface properties because of RBC in vivo aging,
oxygen-free radicals, or proteolytic enzymes. Impairment of
blood fluidity may significantly affect tissue perfusion
and result in functional deteriorations, especially if
disease processes also disturb vascular properties.},
Number = {5},
JournalTitle = {Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis},
ShortJournal = {Semin. Thromb. Hemost.},
Year = {2003-10},
Pages = {435-450},
Author = {Baskurt, Oguz K. and Meiselman, Herbert J.},
EPrintType = {pmid},
EPrint = {14631543}
}
@Collection{ baskurt_handbook_2007,
Location = {{Amsterdam ; Washington, DC}},
Title = {Handbook of Hemorheology and Hemodynamics},
ISBN = {978-1-58603-771-0},
PageTotal = {455},
Number = {v. 69},
Series = {Biomedical and Health Research},
Publisher = {{IOS Press}},
Year = {2007},
Editor = {Baskurt, Oğuz K.},
Note = {OCLC: ocn183145995}
}
@Article{ basser1994,
Title = {{Estimation of the Effective Self-Diffusion Tensor from
the NMR Spin Echo}},
Journal = "Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Series B",
Volume = "103",
Number = "3",
Pages = "247 - 254",
Year = "1994",
Note = "",
ISSN = "1064-1866",
Author = "P.J. Basser and J. Mattiello and D. Lebihan"
}
@Book{ batchelor_introduction_2010,
langid = {english},
Location = {{Cambridge}},
Title = {An Introduction to Fluid Dynamics},
Edition = {1. Cambridge mathematical ed., 14. print},
ISBN = {978-0-521-66396-0},
PageTotal = {615},
Series = {Cambridge Mathematical Library},
Publisher = {{Cambridge Univ. Press}},
Date = {2010},
Author = {Batchelor, G. K.},
Note = {OCLC: 838184093}
}
@Book{ bathe-96,
Author = {Bathe, K.J.},
Publisher = {Prentice Hall},
Title = {Finite Element Procedures},
Year = 1996
}
###Book{ bathe-96,
Author = {Bathe, K.J.},
Publisher = {Prentice Hall},
Title = {Finite Element Procedures},
Year = 1996
}
@Article{ bathe-kamm-99,
Author = {Bathe, M. and Kamm, R.D.},
code = {fsi10},
Journal = {J. Biomech. Engng.},
Pages = {361-369},
Title = {A fluid-structure interaction finite element analysis of
pulsative blood flow through a compliant stenotic artery},
Volume = {121},
Year = {1999}
}
###Article{ bathe-kamm-99,
Author = {Bathe, M. and Kamm, R.D.},
code = {fsi10},
Journal = {J. Biomech. Engng.},
Pages = {361-369},
Title = {A fluid-structure interaction finite element analysis of
pulsative blood flow through a compliant stenotic artery},
Volume = {121},
Year = {1999}
}
@Article{ bathe-zhang-04,
Author = {Bathe, K.J. and Zhang, H.},
Journal = {Int. J. Num. Meth. Engng.},
Title = {Finite element developments for general fluid flows with
structural interactions},
Year = {2004}
}
###Article{ bathe-zhang-04,
Author = {Bathe, K.J. and Zhang, H.},
Journal = {Int. J. Num. Meth. Engng.},
Title = {Finite element developments for general fluid flows with
structural interactions},
Year = {2004}
}
@Article{ bathe-zhang-ji-99,
Author = {Bathe, K.J. and Zhang, H. and Ji, S.},
Journal = {Comp. \& Struct.},
Number = {1-3},
Pages = {1-16},
Title = {Finite element analysis of fluid flows fully coupled with
structural interaction},
Volume = {72},
Year = {1999}
}
###Article{ bathe-zhang-ji-99,
Author = {Bathe, K.J. and Zhang, H. and Ji, S.},
Journal = {Comp. \& Struct.},
Number = {1-3},
Pages = {1-16},
Title = {Finite element analysis of fluid flows fully coupled with
structural interaction},
Volume = {72},
Year = {1999}
}
@Article{ baumgartner2009echo,
Title = "Echocardiographic Assessment of Valve Stenosis: EAE/ASE
Recommendations for Clinical Practice",
Author = "Helmut Baumgartner and Judy Hung and Javier Bermejo and
Chambers, {John B.} and Arturo Evangelista and Griffin,
{Brian P.} and Bernard Iung and Otto, {Catherine M.} and
Pellikka, {Patricia A.} and Miguel Quiñones",
Year = "2009",
Month = "1",
DOI = "10.1016/j.echo.2008.11.029",
Volume = "22",
Pages = "1--23",
Journal = "Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography",
ISSN = "0894-7317",
Publisher = "Mosby Inc.",
Number = "1"
}
@Article{ baumgartner_echocardiographic_2009,
langid = {english},
Title = {Echocardiographic {{Assessment}} of {{Valve Stenosis}}:
{{EAE}}/{{ASE Recommendations}} for {{Clinical Practice}}},
Volume = {22},
ISSN = {08947317},
URL = {https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0894731708007761},
DOI = {10.1016/j.echo.2008.11.029},
ShortTitle = {Echocardiographic {{Assessment}} of {{Valve Stenosis}}},
Number = {1},
JournalTitle = {Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography},
URLDate = {2019-02-09},
Year = {2009-01},
Pages = {1-23},
Author = {Baumgartner, Helmut and Hung, Judy and Bermejo, Javier and
Chambers, John B. and Evangelista, Arturo and Griffin,
Brian P. and Iung, Bernard and Otto, Catherine M. and
Pellikka, Patricia A. and Qui\~{}nones, Miguel}
}
@Article{ baumgartner_esc_2010,
Title = {{{ESC Guidelines}} for the Management of Grown-up
Congenital Heart Disease (New Version 2010) {{The Task
Force}} on the {{Management}} of {{Grown}}-up {{Congenital
Heart Disease}} of the {{European Society}} of
{{Cardiology}} ({{ESC}})},
Volume = {31},
Number = {23},
JournalTitle = {European heart journal},
Year = {2010},
Pages = {2915--2957},
Author = {Baumgartner, Helmut and Bonhoeffer, Philipp and De Groot,
Natasja MS and de Haan, Fokko and Deanfield, John Erik and
Galie, Nazzareno and Gatzoulis, Michael A. and
Gohlke-Baerwolf, Christa},
Options = {useprefix=true}
}
@Article{ baumgartner_overestimation_1999,
Title = {?Overestimation? of catheter gradients by Doppler
ultrasound in patients with aortic stenosis: a predictable
manifestation of pressure recovery},
Author = {Baumgartner, Helmut and Stefenelli, Thomas and
Niederberger, Julia and Schima, Heinrich and Maurer,
Gerald},
Journal = {Journal of the American College of Cardiology},
Volume = {33},
Number = {6},
Pages = {1655--1661},
Year = {1999},
Publisher = {Journal of the American College of Cardiology}
}
@Article{ bayer-etal-12,
Year = {2012},
ISSN = {0090-6964},
Journal = {Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
Volume = {40},
Issue = {10},
Title = {A Novel Rule-Based Algorithm for Assigning Myocardial
Fiber Orientation to Computational Heart Models},
Publisher = {Springer US},
Keywords = {Diffusion tensor; Magnetic resonance; Imaging; Finite
element; Mesh; Laplace–Dirichlet},
Author = {Bayer, J.D. and Blake, R.C. and Plank, G. and Trayanova,
N.A.},
Pages = {2243-2254},
Language = {English}
}
@Article{ bazilevs-gohean-hughes-09,
Author = {Bazilevs, Y. and Gohean, JR and Hughes, TJR and Moser, RD
and Zhang, Y.},
Journal = {Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering},
Number = {45-46},
Pages = {3534--3550},
Publisher = {Elsevier},
Title = {Patient-specific isogeometric fluid-structure interaction
analysis of thoracic aortic blood flow due to implantation
of the Jarvik 2000 left ventricular assist device},
Volume = {198},
Year = {2009}
}
###Article{ bazilevs-gohean-hughes-09,
Author = {Bazilevs, Y. and Gohean, JR and Hughes, TJR and Moser, RD
and Zhang, Y.},
Journal = {Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering},
Number = {45-46},
Pages = {3534--3550},
Publisher = {Elsevier},
Title = {Patient-specific isogeometric fluid-structure interaction
analysis of thoracic aortic blood flow due to implantation
of the Jarvik 2000 left ventricular assist device},
Volume = {198},
Year = {2009}
}
@Article{ bazilevs_variational_2007,
Title = {Variational Multiscale Residual-Based Turbulence Modeling
for Large Eddy Simulation of Incompressible Flows},
Volume = {197},
URL = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0045782507003027},
Number = {1},
JournalTitle = {Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering},
URLDate = {2016-11-06},
Date = {2007},
Pages = {173--201},
Author = {Bazilevs, Y. and Calo, V. M. and Cottrell, J. A. and
Hughes, T. J. R. and Reali, A. and Scovazzi, G.}
}
@Article{ beale-81,
Author = {Beale, J.T.},
Journal = {Comm. Pure Appl. Math.},
Pages = {359-392},
Title = {The initial value problem for the {Navier-Stokes}
equations with a free surface},
Volume = {34},
Year = {1981}
}
###Article{ beale-81,
Author = {Beale, J.T.},
Journal = {Comm. Pure Appl. Math.},
Pages = {359-392},
Title = {The initial value problem for the {Navier-Stokes}
equations with a free surface},
Volume = {34},
Year = {1981}
}
@Article{ beale-84,
Author = {Beale, J.T.},
Journal = {Arch. Rat. Mech. Anal.},
Pages = {307-352},
Title = {Large time regularity of viscous surface waves},
Volume = {84},
Year = {1984}
}
###Article{ beale-84,
Author = {Beale, J.T.},
Journal = {Arch. Rat. Mech. Anal.},
Pages = {307-352},
Title = {Large time regularity of viscous surface waves},
Volume = {84},
Year = {1984}
}
@Article{ beale-hou-lowengrub-93,
Author = {Beale, J.T. and Hou, T.Y. and Lowengrub, J.S.},
Journal = {Comm. Pure Appl. Math.},
Pages = {1269-1301},
Title = {Growth rates for the linearized motion of fluid interfaces
away from equilibrium},
Volume = {46},
Year = {1993}
}
###Article{ beale-hou-lowengrub-93,
Author = {Beale, J.T. and Hou, T.Y. and Lowengrub, J.S.},
Journal = {Comm. Pure Appl. Math.},
Pages = {1269-1301},
Title = {Growth rates for the linearized motion of fluid interfaces
away from equilibrium},
Volume = {46},
Year = {1993}
}
@InCollection{ beale-nishida-85,
Author = {Beale, J.T. and Nishida, T.},
BookTitle = {Recent topics in nonlinear {PDE II}},
Pages = {1-14},
Publisher = {North-Holland},
Series = {Lect. Notes Numer. Appl. Anal.},
Title = {Large-time behaviour of viscous surface waves},
Volume = {8},
Year = {1985}
}
###InCollection{ beale-nishida-85,
Author = {Beale, J.T. and Nishida, T.},
BookTitle = {Recent topics in nonlinear {PDE II}},
Pages = {1-14},
Publisher = {North-Holland},
Series = {Lect. Notes Numer. Appl. Anal.},
Title = {Large-time behaviour of viscous surface waves},
Volume = {8},
Year = {1985}
}
@Article{ becker-braack-vexler-05,
Author = {Becker, R. and Braack, M. and Vexler, B.},
Title = {Parameter identification for chemical models in combustion
problems},
Journal = {Appl. Numer. Math.},
Volume = {54},
Year = {2005},
Number = {3-4},
Pages = {519--536}
}
###Article{ becker-braack-vexler-05,
Author = {Becker, R. and Braack, M. and Vexler, B.},
Title = {Parameter identification for chemical models in combustion
problems},
Journal = {Appl. Numer. Math.},
Volume = {54},
Year = {2005},
Number = {3-4},
Pages = {519--536}
}
@Article{ becker-hansbo-stenberg-03,
Author = {Becker, R. and Hansbo, P. and Stenberg, R.},
Journal = {M2AN Math. Model. Numer. Anal.},
Number = {2},
Pages = {209--225},
Title = {A finite element method for domain decomposition with
non-matching grids},
Volume = {37},
Year = {2003}
}
###Article{ becker-hansbo-stenberg-03,
Author = {Becker, R. and Hansbo, P. and Stenberg, R.},
Journal = {M2AN Math. Model. Numer. Anal.},
Number = {2},
Pages = {209--225},
Title = {A finite element method for domain decomposition with
non-matching grids},
Volume = {37},
Year = {2003}
}
@Article{ becker03,
Author = "Becker, R. and Hansbo, P. and Stenberg, R.",
Title = "{A finite element method for domain decomposition with
non-matching grids}",
Journal = m2an,
Volume = "37",
Number = "2",
Pages = "209--225",
Year = "2003"
}
###Article{ becker03,
Author = "Becker, R. and Hansbo, P. and Stenberg, R.",
Title = "{A finite element method for domain decomposition with
non-matching grids}",
Journal = m2an,
Volume = "37",
Number = "2",
Pages = "209--225",
Year = "2003"
}
@Book{ becker1996weighted,
Title = {Weighted a posteriori error control in FE methods},
Author = {Becker, Roland and Rannacher, Rolf},
Year = {1996},
Publisher = {Citeseer}
}
@Article{ beekman-etal-83,
Author = {Beekman, R.H. and Katz, B.P. and Moorehead-Steffens, C.
and Rocchini, A.P.},
Title = {Altered baroreceptor function in children with systolic
hypertension after coarctation repair},
Journal = {Am J Cardiol},
Volume = {52},
Year = {1983},
Number = {1},
Pages = {112-7},
pubmedid = {6858899},
ISSN = {0002-9149}
}
###Article{ beekman-etal-83,
Author = {Beekman, R.H. and Katz, B.P. and Moorehead-Steffens, C.
and Rocchini, A.P.},
Title = {Altered baroreceptor function in children with systolic
hypertension after coarctation repair},
Journal = {Am J Cardiol},
Volume = {52},
Year = {1983},
Number = {1},
Pages = {112-7},
URL = {http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Altered-baroreceptor-function-in-children/6858899.html},
pubmedid = {6858899},
ISSN = {0002-9149}
}
@InCollection{ begue-conca-murat-pironneau-88,
Address = {Harlow},
Author = {B{\`e}gue, C. and Conca, C. and Murat, F. and Pironneau,
O.},
BookTitle = {Nonlinear partial differential equations and their
applications. Coll{\`e}ge de France Seminar, Vol.\ IX
(Paris, 1985--1986)},
Pages = {179--264},
Publisher = {Longman Sci. Tech.},
Title = {Les {\'e}quations de {S}tokes et de {N}avier-{S}tokes avec
des conditions aux limites sur la pression},
Year = {1988}
}
###InCollection{ begue-conca-murat-pironneau-88,
Address = {Harlow},
Author = {B{\`e}gue, C. and Conca, C. and Murat, F. and Pironneau,
O.},
BookTitle = {Nonlinear partial differential equations and their
applications. Coll{\`e}ge de France Seminar, Vol.\ IX
(Paris, 1985--1986)},
Pages = {179--264},
Publisher = {Longman Sci. Tech.},
Title = {Les {\'e}quations de {S}tokes et de {N}avier-{S}tokes avec
des conditions aux limites sur la pression},
Year = {1988}
}
@Article{ beirao-96,
Author = {Beirao da Veiga, H.},
Journal = {Nonlinear Anal., Theory, Meth. Appl.},
Number = {11},
Pages = {1229-1239},
Title = {Long time behaviour of the solutions to the
{Navier-Stokes} equations with diffusion},
Volume = {27},
Year = {1996}
}
###Article{ beirao-96,
Author = {Beirao da Veiga, H.},
Journal = {Nonlinear Anal., Theory, Meth. Appl.},
Number = {11},
Pages = {1229-1239},
Title = {Long time behaviour of the solutions to the
{Navier-Stokes} equations with diffusion},
Volume = {27},
Year = {1996}
}
@Article{ bel-brunon2014jmbbm,
Title = {Numerical identification method for the non-linear
viscoelastic compressible behavior of soft tissue using
uniaxial tensile tests and image registration ? Application
to rat lung parenchyma },
Author = {A. Bel-Brunon and S. Kehl and C. Martin and S. Uhlig and
W.A. Wall},
Journal = {Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials
},
Year = {2014},
Pages = {360 - 374},
Volume = {29},
Abstract = {Abstract This paper presents an improved identification
method of the constitutive properties of lung parenchyma.
We aim to determine the non-linear viscoelastic behavior of
lung parenchyma with a particular focus on the compressible
properties - i.e. the ability to change volume. Uniaxial
tensile tests are performed on living precision-cut rat
lung slices. Image registration is used to compute the
displacement field at the surface of the sample. The
constitutive model consists of a hyperelastic potential
split into volumetric and isochoric contributions and a
viscous contribution. This allows for the description of
the experimentally observed hysteresis loop. The
identification is performed numerically: each test is
simulated using the realistic geometry of the sample; the
difference between the measured and computed displacements
is minimized with an optimization algorithm. We compare
several hyperelastic potentials and we can determine the
most suitable law for rat lung parenchyma. An exponential
potential or a polynomial potential with a first order term
and a third or higher order term give similarly
satisfactory results. The identified parameters are: for
the volumetric contribution: ? =7.25e4 Pa, for the
exponential form: k1=4.34e3 Pa, k2=5.92, for the polynomial
form: C1=2.87e3 Pa, C3=3.83e4 Pa. The identification of the
time parameter for the viscous contribution shows that it
depends on the loading frequency (0.2 Hz: ? =0.257 s, 0.4
Hz: ? =0.123 s, 0.8 Hz: ? =0.050 s). Adding a viscous
contribution significantly increases the accuracy of the
identification. },
DOI = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmbbm.2013.09.018},
File = {bel-brunon14.pdf:bel-brunon14.pdf:PDF},
ISSN = {1751-6161},
Keywords = {Lung parenchyma},
timestamp = {2015/09/23},
URL = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1751616113003196}
}
@Unpublished{ belhadj,
Author = {Belhadj, M.},
Note = {Thesis in preparation, Univ. Paris 6 and ENIT},
Title = {Modelling and simulation of white blood cells filtration}
}
###Unpublished{ belhadj,
Author = {Belhadj, M.},
Note = {Thesis in preparation, Univ. Paris 6 and ENIT},
Title = {Modelling and simulation of white blood cells filtration}
}
@Unpublished{ belhadj-cances-gerbeau-mikelic,
Author = {Belhadj, M. and Canc{\`e}s, E. and Gerbeau, J.F. and
Mikelic, A.},
Note = {INRIA Research Report No 5277, 2004},
Title = { Homogenization approach to filtration through a fibrous
medium}
}
###Unpublished{ belhadj-cances-gerbeau-mikelic,
Author = {Belhadj, M. and Canc{\`e}s, E. and Gerbeau, J.F. and
Mikelic, A.},
Note = {INRIA Research Report No 5277, 2004},
Title = { Homogenization approach to filtration through a fibrous
medium}
}
@Article{ belhadj-gerbeau-perthame-03,
Author = {Belhadj, M. and Gerbeau, J-F. and Perthame, B.},
Journal = {Asymptotic Analysis},
Number = {1},
Pages = {41-54},
Title = { A multiscale colloid transport model with anistropic
degenerate diffusion},
Volume = {34},
Year = {2003}
}
###Article{ belhadj-gerbeau-perthame-03,
Author = {Belhadj, M. and Gerbeau, J-F. and Perthame, B.},
Journal = {Asymptotic Analysis},
Number = {1},
Pages = {41-54},
Title = { A multiscale colloid transport model with anistropic
degenerate diffusion},
Volume = {34},
Year = {2003}
}
@Article{ beliaev-kozlov-96,
Author = {Beliaev, A. Yu. and Kozlov, S. M.},
fjournal = {Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics},
Journal = {Comm. Pure Appl. Math.},
Number = {1},
Pages = {1--34},
Title = {Darcy equation for random porous media},
Volume = {49},
Year = {1996}
}
###Article{ beliaev-kozlov-96,
Author = {Beliaev, A. Yu. and Kozlov, S. M.},
fjournal = {Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics},
Journal = {Comm. Pure Appl. Math.},
Number = {1},
Pages = {1--34},
Title = {Darcy equation for random porous media},
Volume = {49},
Year = {1996}
}
@Book{ bellman-57,
Author = {Bellman, R.E.},
date-added = {2011-08-24 11:52:57 +0200},
date-modified = {2011-08-24 11:53:28 +0200},
Publisher = {Princeton University Press},
Title = {Dynamic programming},
Year = {1957}
}
###Book{ bellman-57,
Author = {Bellman, R.E.},
date-added = {2011-08-24 11:52:57 +0200},
date-modified = {2011-08-24 11:53:28 +0200},
Publisher = {Princeton University Press},
Title = {Dynamic programming},
Year = {1957}
}
@Article{ beltrami1994circ,
Title = {Structural basis of end-stage failure in ischemic
cardiomyopathy in humans.},
Author = {Beltrami, C A and Finato, N and Rocco, M and Feruglio, G A
and Puricelli, C and Cigola, E and Quaini, F and
Sonnenblick, E H and Olivetti, G and Anversa, P},
Journal = {Circulation},
Year = {1994},
Number = {1},
Pages = {151-63},
Volume = {89},
Abstract = {BACKGROUND Ischemic cardiomyopathy is characterized by
myocyte loss, reactive cellular hypertrophy, and
ventricular scarring. However, the relative contribution of
these tissue and cellular processes to late failure remains
to be determined.METHODS AND RESULTS Ten hearts were
obtained from individuals undergoing cardiac
transplantation as a result of chronic coronary artery
disease in its terminal stage. An identical number of
control hearts were collected at autopsy from patients who
died from causes other than cardiovascular disease, and
morphometric methodologies were applied to the analysis of
the left and right ventricular myocardium. Left ventricular
hypertrophy evaluated as a change in organ weight,
aggregate myocyte mass, and myocyte cell volume per nucleus
showed increases of 85%, 47%, and 103%, respectively.
Corresponding increases in the right ventricle were 75%,
74%, and 112%. Myocyte loss, which accounted for 28% and
30% in the left and right ventricles, was responsible for
the difference in the assessment of myocyte hypertrophy at
the ventricular, tissue, and cellular levels. Left
ventricular muscle cell hypertrophy was accomplished
through a 16% and 51% increase in myocyte diameter and
length, whereas right ventricular myocyte hypertrophy was
the consequence of a 13% and 67% increase in these linear
dimensions, respectively. Moreover, a 36% reduction in the
number of myocytes included in the thickness of the left
ventricular wall was found. Collagen accumulation in the
form of segmental, replacement, and interstitial fibrosis
comprised an average 28% and 13% of the left and right
ventricular myocardia, respectively. The combination of
cell loss and myocardial fibrosis, myocyte lengthening, and
mural slippage of cells resulted in 4.6-fold expansion of
left ventricular cavitary volume and a 56% reduction in the
ventricular mass-to-chamber volume ratio.CONCLUSIONS These
results are consistent with the contention that both
myocyte and collagen compartments participate in the
development of decompensated eccentric ventricular
hypertrophy in the cardiomyopathic heart of ischemic
origin.},
DOI = {10.1161/01.CIR.89.1.151},
EPrint = {http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/89/1/151.full.pdf+html},
File = {beltrami94.pdf:beltrami94.pdf:PDF},
timestamp = {2015/09/17},
URL = {http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/89/1/151.abstract}
}
@PhdThesis{ ben-salah-99,
Annote = {mhd, finite element},
Author = {Ben Salah, N.},
code = {mhd37},
School = {Concordia University},
Title = {A finite element method for the fully-coupled
magnetohydrodynamics},
Year = {1999}
}
###PhdThesis{ ben-salah-99,
Annote = {mhd, finite element},
Author = {Ben Salah, N.},
code = {mhd37},
School = {Concordia University},
Title = {A finite element method for the fully-coupled
magnetohydrodynamics},
Year = {1999}
}
@TechReport{ ben-salah-soulaimani-habashi-99,
Annote = {mhd, finite element, stabilization},
Author = {Ben Salah, N. and Soulaimani, A. and Habashi, W. G.},
code = {mhd20},
Institution = {AIAA 99-3322},
Title = {A fully coupled finite element method for the 3{D} {MHD}
equations with a {GMRES}-based algorithm},
Year = {1999}
}
###TechReport{ ben-salah-soulaimani-habashi-99,
Annote = {mhd, finite element, stabilization},
Author = {Ben Salah, N. and Soulaimani, A. and Habashi, W. G.},
code = {mhd20},
Institution = {AIAA 99-3322},
Title = {A fully coupled finite element method for the 3{D} {MHD}
equations with a {GMRES}-based algorithm},
Year = {1999}
}
@Article{ ben-salah-soulaimani-habashi-fortin-99,
Annote = {mhd, finite element, stabilization},
Author = {Ben Salah, N. and Soulaimani, A. and Habashi, W. G. and
Fortin, M.},
code = {mhd21},
Journal = {Int. Jour. Num. Meth. Fluids},
Pages = {535-554},
Title = {A conservative stabilized finite element method for the
magneto-hydrodynamic equations},
Volume = {29},
Year = {1999}
}
###Article{ ben-salah-soulaimani-habashi-fortin-99,
Annote = {mhd, finite element, stabilization},
Author = {Ben Salah, N. and Soulaimani, A. and Habashi, W. G. and
Fortin, M.},
code = {mhd21},
Journal = {Int. Jour. Num. Meth. Fluids},
Pages = {535-554},
Title = {A conservative stabilized finite element method for the
magneto-hydrodynamic equations},
Volume = {29},
Year = {1999}
}
@Article{ benney-73,
Author = {Benney, D. J.},
Journal = {Stud. Appl. Math.},
Pages = {45--50},
Title = {Some properties of long waves},
Volume = {52},
Year = {1973}
}
###Article{ benney-73,
Author = {Benney, D. J.},
Journal = {Stud. Appl. Math.},
Pages = {45--50},
Title = {Some properties of long waves},
Volume = {52},
Year = {1973}
}
@Book{ bensoussan-71,
Author = {Bensoussan, A.},
date-added = {2009-03-10 12:00:24 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 12:00:34 -0700},
Publisher = {Dunod},
rating = {5},
read = {Yes},
Title = {Filtrage optimal des syst{\`e}mes lin{\'e}aires},
Year = {1971}
}
###Book{ bensoussan-71,
Author = {Bensoussan, A.},
date-added = {2009-03-10 12:00:24 -0700},
date-modified = {2009-03-10 12:00:34 -0700},
Publisher = {Dunod},
rating = {5},
read = {Yes},
Title = {Filtrage optimal des syst{\`e}mes lin{\'e}aires},
Year = {1971}
}
@Book{ bensoussan-lions-papanicolaou-78,
Address = {Amsterdam},
Author = {Bensoussan, A. and Lions, J.-L. and Papanicolaou, G.},
Pages = {xxiv+700},
Publisher = {North-Holland Publishing Co.},
Series = {Studies in Mathematics and its Applications},
Title = {Asymptotic analysis for periodic structures},
Volume = {5},
Year = {1978}
}
###Book{ bensoussan-lions-papanicolaou-78,
Address = {Amsterdam},
Author = {Bensoussan, A. and Lions, J.-L. and Papanicolaou, G.},
Pages = {xxiv+700},
Publisher = {North-Holland Publishing Co.},
Series = {Studies in Mathematics and its Applications},
Title = {Asymptotic analysis for periodic structures},
Volume = {5},
Year = {1978}
}
@Article{ benzi_numerical_2005,
Title = {Numerical Solution of Saddle Point Problems},
Author = {Benzi, Michele and Golub, Gene H. and Liesen, J{\"o}rg},
Year = {2005},
Month = may,
Volume = {14},
Pages = {1--137},
ISSN = {0962-4929, 1474-0508},
DOI = {10.1017/S0962492904000212},
Journal = {Acta Numerica},
Language = {en}
}
@Article{ berberoglu2014ejms,