Publications


ARCADES technical reports, journal and conference papers.

Note that according to the Article 29.2 of the project’s Grant Agreement we must ensure open access to peer-reviewed scientific publications, see also this infograph.

 Author(s)TitleStatus
1I. Emiris, K. Gavriil, and C. KonaxisInterpolation of syzygies for implicit matrix representationsSubmitted
2Yairon Cid RuizBounding the degrees of a minimal μ-basis for a rational surface parametrizationSubmitted
3Ahmed Blidia, Bernard Mourrain and Nelly VillamizarG1-smooth splines on quad meshes with 4-split macro-patch elements, (Preprint)Published
4Georgia Avarikioti, Ioannis Z. Emiris, Loukas Kavouras, Ioannis PsarrosHigh-dimensional approximate r-nets, (Preprint)Published
5I. Emiris, C. Konaxis, S. Kotsireas and C. Laroche Matrix Representations by Means of Interpolation, (Preprint)Published
6 Alvaro Javier Fuentes Suárez and Evelyne Hubert Scaffolding skeletons using spherical Voronoi diagrams, (Preprint)Published
7Yairon Cid RuizA D-module approach on the equations of the Rees algebraSubmitted
8Georg Grasegger, Jan Legersky, Josef SchichoGraphs with Flexible LabelingsSubmitted
9Alvaro Javier Fuentes Suárez and Evelyne HubertConvolution surfaces with varying radius:
Formulae for skeletons made of arcs of circles and line segments, (Preprint)
Submitted
10X. Wang, S. Chouliaras, P. Kaklis, A-A. Ginnis, C. Politis, K. KostasWave-Resistance
Computation via CFD and IGA-BEM Solvers: A Comparative Study, (Preprint)
Published
11Yairon Cid RuizRegularity and Gröbner bases of the Rees algebra of edge ideals of bipartite graphsSubmitted
12E. Bartzos, I. Emiris, J. Legerský, E. Tsigaridas
On the maximal number of real embeddings of spatial minimally rigid graphs
Accepted for publication

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