Francesco Calabro'
Francesco Calabro'
U. di Napoli "Federico II"
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Modified supine versus prone position in percutaneous nephrolithotomy for renal stones treatable with a single percutaneous access: a prospective randomized trial
M De Sio, R Autorino, G Quarto, F Calabro, R Damiano, F Giugliano, ...
european urology 54 (1), 196-203, 2008
A simple algorithm for obtaining nearly optimal quadrature rules for NURBS-based isogeometric analysis
F Auricchio, F Calabro, TJR Hughes, A Reali, G Sangalli
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 249, 15-27, 2012
Fast formation of isogeometric Galerkin matrices by weighted quadrature
F Calabrò, G Sangalli, M Tani
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 316, 606-622, 2017
Explaining high flow rate of water in carbon nanotubes via solid–liquid molecular interactions
D Mattia, F Calabrò
Microfluidics and nanofluidics 13 (1), 125-130, 2012
Optimal and reduced quadrature rules for tensor product and hierarchically refined splines in isogeometric analysis
RR Hiemstra, F Calabrò, D Schillinger, TJR Hughes
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 316, 966-1004, 2017
Efficient matrix computation for tensor-product isogeometric analysis: The use of sum factorization
P Antolin, A Buffa, F Calabrò, M Martinelli, G Sangalli
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 285, 817-828, 2015
Flow enhancement in nanotubes of different materials and lengths
K Ritos, D Mattia, F Calabrò, JM Reese
The Journal of Chemical Physics 140 (1), 014702, 2014
Fast formation and assembly of finite element matrices with application to isogeometric linear elasticity
RR Hiemstra, G Sangalli, M Tani, F Calabrò, TJR Hughes
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 355, 234-260, 2019
Efficient assembly based on B-spline tailored quadrature rules for the IgA-SGBEM
A Aimi, F Calabrò, M Diligenti, ML Sampoli, G Sangalli, A Sestini
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 331, 327-342, 2018
Modelling flow enhancement in nanochannels: Viscosity and slippage
F Calabrò, KP Lee, D Mattia
Applied Mathematics Letters 26 (10), 991-994, 2013
Efficient quadrature rules based on spline quasi-interpolation for application to IGA-BEMs
F Calabrò, A Falini, ML Sampoli, A Sestini
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 338, 153-167, 2018
Analysis of parabolic problems on partitioned domains with nonlinear conditions at the interface: application to mass transfer through semi-permeable membranes
F Calabrò, P Zunino
Mathematical models and methods in applied sciences 16 (04), 479-501, 2006
Extreme learning machine collocation for the numerical solution of elliptic PDEs with sharp gradients
F Calabrò, G Fabiani, C Siettos
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 387, 114188, 2021
Water permeation in carbon nanotube membranes
D Mattia, KP Lee, F Calabrò
Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering 4, 32-37, 2014
Numerical solution and bifurcation analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations with extreme learning machines
G Fabiani, F Calabrò, L Russo, C Siettos
Journal of Scientific Computing 89 (2), 1-35, 2021
Modeling the effects of material chemistry on water flow enhancement in nanotube membranes
F Calabrò
Mrs Bulletin 42 (4), 289, 2017
Computation of quadrature rules for integration with respect to refinable functions on assigned nodes
F Calabrò, C Manni, F Pitolli
Applied Numerical Mathematics 90, 168-189, 2015
Precision medicine and machine learning towards the prediction of the outcome of potential celiac disease
F Piccialli, F Calabrò, D Crisci, S Cuomo, E Prezioso, R Mandile, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 5683, 2021
The choice of quadrature in NURBS-based isogeometric analysis
F Calabro, C Manni
Proc. of the 3rd South-East European Conference on Computational Mechanics …, 2013
An evaluation of Clenshaw–Curtis quadrature rule for integration wrt singular measures
F Calabrò, AC Esposito
Journal of computational and applied mathematics 229 (1), 120-128, 2009
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