Special Issue - Optimal Transport
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Volume 49, Number 6, November-December 2015
Special Issue - Optimal Transport
Page(s) 1549 - 1550
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/m2an/2015081
Published online 05 November 2015
  1. A. Blanchet, José Antonio Carrillo, David Kinderlehrer, Michal Kowalczyk, Philippe Laurençot and Stefano Lisini, A hybrid variational principle for the Keller–Segel system in R2. [Link]
  2. Afaf Bouharguane, Angelo Iollo and Lisl Weynans, Numerical solution of the Monge-Kantorovich problem by density lift-up continuation. [Link]
  3. Yann Brenier, Connections between optimal transport, combinatorial optimization and hydrodynamics. [Link]
  4. Giuseppe Buttazzo, Guillaume Carlier and Serena Guarino Lo Bianco, Optimal regions for congested transport. [Link]
  5. Guillaume Carlier, Adam Oberman and Edouard Oudet, Numerical methods for matching for teams and Wasserstein barycenters. [Link]
  6. Luigi De Pascale, Optimal transport with Coulomb cost. Approximation and duality. [Link]
  7. Ivar Ekeland and Maurice Queyranne, Optimal pits and optimal transportation. [Link]
  8. Romain Hug, Emmanuel Maitre and Nicolas Papadakis, Multi-physics optimal transportation and image interpolation. [Link]
  9. Bruno Lévy, A numerical algorithm for L2 semi-discrete optimal transport in 3D. [Link]
  10. Damiano Lombardi and Emmanuel Maitre, Eulerian models and algorithms for unbalanced optimal transport. [Link]
  11. Jan Maas, Martin Rumpf, Carola Schönlieb and Stefan Simon, A generalized model for optimal transport of images including dissipation and density modulation. [Link]
  12. Brendan Pass, Multi-marginal optimal transport: theory and applications. [Link]
  13. Qinglan Xia, Motivations, ideas and applications of ramified optimal transportation. [Link]

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