Atroshchenko, E., Tomar, S., Xu, G., & Bordas, S. (2018). Weakening the tight coupling between geometry and simulation in isogeometric analysis: from sub- and super- geometric analysis to Geometry Independent Field approximaTion (GIFT). *International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering*.

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Xu, G., Li, M., Mourrain, B., Rabczuk, T., Xu, J., & Bordas, S. (2018). Constructing IGA-suitable planar parameterization from complex CAD boundary by domain partition and global/local optimization. *Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics & Engineering, 328*, 175-200.

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Yu, P., Anitescu, C., Tomar, S., Bordas, S., & Kerfriden, P. (2018). Adaptive Isogeometric analysis for plate vibrations: An efficient approach of local refinement based on hierarchical a posteriori error estimation. *Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 342*, 251-286.

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Hauseux, P., Hale, J., & Bordas, S. (2017). Calculating the Malliavin derivative of some stochastic mechanics problems. *PLoS ONE, 12*(12), 0189994.

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Atroshchenko, E., Hale, J., Videla, J. A., Potapenko, S., & Bordas, S. (2017). Micro-structured materials: inhomogeneities and imperfect interfaces in plane micropolar elasticity, a boundary element approach. *Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 83*, 195-203.

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Paladim, D.-A., de Almeida, J. P. B., Bordas, S., & Kerfriden, P. (2017). Guaranteed error bounds in homogenisation: an optimum stochastic approach to preserve the numerical separation of scales. *International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 110*(2), 103–132.

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Goury, O., Amsallem, D., Bordas, S., Liu, W. K., & Kerfriden, P. (2016, April). Automatised selection of load paths to construct reduced-order models in computational damage micromechanics: from dissipation-driven random selection to Bayesian optimization. *Computational Mechanics*.

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Phung-Van, P., Nguyen, L. B., V. Tran, L., T.D., D., Thai, C. H., Wahab, M., Bordas, S., & Nguyen-Xuan, H. (2015, June 14). An efficient Computational approach for control of nonlinear transient responses of smart piezoelectric composite plates. *International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics*.

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Rodrigues, J. D., Natarajan, S., Ferreira, A., Carrera, E., Cinefra, M., & Bordas, S. (2014). Analysis of composite plates through cell-based smoothed finite element and 4-noded mixed interpolation of tensorial components techniques. *Computers & Structures, 135*, 83-87.

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Thai, C. H. A., Bordas, S., Ferreira, A., Rabczuk, T. E., & Nguyen-Xuan, H. A. F. (2014). Isogeometric analysis of laminated composite and sandwich plates using a new inverse trigonometric shear deformation theory. *European Journal of Mechanics A : Solids, 43*, 89-108.

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Pattabhi, B., Robert, G., Bordas, S., & Timon, R. (2013). An Adaptive Multiscale Method for Quasi-static Crack Growth. *Computational Mechanics*.

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Talebi, H., Silani, M., Bordas, S., Kerfriden, P., & Rabczuk, T. (2013). Molecular dynamics/xfem coupling by a three-dimensional extended bridging domain with applications to dynamic brittle fracture. *International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 11*(6), 527-541.

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Chen, L., Rabczuk, T., Bordas, S., Liu, G. R., Zeng, K. Y., & Kerfriden, P. (2012). Extended finite element method with edge-based strain smoothing (ESm-XFEM) for linear elastic crack growth. *Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics & Engineering, 209-212*, 250-265.

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González-Estrada, O. A., Ródenas, J. J., Bordas, S., Duflot, M., Kerfriden, P., & Giner, E. (2012). On the role of enrichment and statistical admissibility of recovered fields in a posteriori error estimation for enriched finite element methods. *Engineering Computations, 29*(8), 814-841.

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Nguyen-Vinh, H., Bakar, I., Msekh, M. A., Song, J.-H., Muthu, J., Zi, G., Le, P., Bordas, S., Simpson, R., Natarajan, S., Lahmer, T., & Rabczuk, T. (2012). Extended finite element method for dynamic fracture of piezo-electric materials. *Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 92*, 19-31.

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Bordas, S., Natarajan, S., Kerfriden, P., Augarde, C. E., Mahapatra, D. R., Rabczuk, T., & Pont, S. D. (2011). On the performance of strain smoothing for quadratic and enriched finite element approximations (XFEM/GFEM/PUFEM). *International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 86*(4-5), 637-666.

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Kerfriden, P., Gosselet, P., Adhikari, S., & Bordas, S. (2011). Bridging proper orthogonal decomposition methods and augmented Newton-Krylov algorithms: An adaptive model order reduction for highly nonlinear mechanical problems. *Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics & Engineering, 200*(5-8), 850-866.

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Moumnassi, M., Belouettar, S., Béchet, T., Bordas, S., Quoirin, D., & Potier-Ferry, M. (2011). Finite element analysis on implicitly defined domains: An accurate representation based on arbitrary parametric surfaces. *Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics & Engineering, 200*(5-8), 774-796.

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Sutula, D., & Bordas, S. (n.d.). Minimum energy multiple crack propagation. Part II: Discrete Solution with XFEM. *Engineering Fracture Mechanics*.

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