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MD-inferred neural network monoclinic finite-strain hyperelasticity models for $β$-HMX: Sobolev training and validation against physical constraints

Nov 29, 2021
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Equivariant geometric learning for digital rock physics: estimating formation factor and effective permeability tensors from Morse graph

Apr 12, 2021
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Geometric deep learning for computational mechanics Part I: Anisotropic Hyperelasticity

Jan 08, 2020
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