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- Giovanni Anania, Annarosa Caruso
- Scientometrics
- 2013

The paper proposes two simple new indexes—k and w—to assess a scientist’s publications record based on citations. The two indexes are superior to the widely used h index (Hirsch, 2005), as they preserve all its valuable characteristics and try to overcome one of its shortcomings, i.e. that it uses only a fraction of the information contained in a… (More)

- G Arena, A O Caruso, And A Causa
- 2008

In the setting of step two Carnot groups we give an explicit representation of Taylor polynomial in terms of a suitable basis of the real vector space of left invariant differential operators, acting pointwisely on monomials like the ordinary Euclidean iterated derivations.

- G Arena, A O Caruso, And R Monti
- 2009

We study the firstand second-order regularity properties of the boundary of H-convex sets in the setting of a real vector space endowed with a suitable group structure: our starting point is indeed a step two Carnot group. We prove that, locally, the noncharacteristic part of the boundary has the intrinsic cone property and that it is foliated by intrinsic… (More)

- A O Caruso, A A Khan, F Raciti
- 2009

We consider a class of monotone variational inequalities in which both the operator and the convex set are parametrized by continuous functions. Under suitable assumptions, we prove the continuity of the solution with respect to the parameter. As an important application, we consider the case of finite dimensional variational inequalities on suitable… (More)

In the general setting of a space of homogeneous type endowed with an Ahlfors regular measure, we introduce the Banach spaces BMO and V MO defined through suitable cubes, and we prove that these spaces are topologically equivalent to the standard ones usually defined by means of balls. Through this fact we extend a known result of Sarason showing that C∞ is… (More)

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