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- Predrag Lazic, Hrvoje Stefancic, Hrvoje Abraham
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2006

We introduce a novel numerical method, named the Robin Hood method, of solving electrostatic problems. The approach of the method is closest to the boundary element methods, although significant conceptual differences exist with respect to this class of methods. The method achieves equipotentiality of conducting surfaces by iterative non-local charge… (More)

- Vinko Zlatic, Giampaolo Gabbi, Hrvoje Abraham, Matjaž Perc
- PloS one
- 2015

We analyze the possibility of reduction of systemic risk in financial markets through Pigouvian taxation of financial institutions, which is used to support the rescue fund. We introduce the concept of the cascade risk with a clear operational definition as a subclass and a network related measure of the systemic risk. Using financial networks constructed… (More)

- HOOD ALGORITHM, Predrag Lazic, +6 authors Hrvoje Abraham
- 2012

We present a novel technique by which highly-segmented electrostatic configurations can be solved. The Robin Hood method is a matrix-inversion algorithm optimized for solving high density boundary element method (BEM) problems. We illustrate the capabilities of this solver by studying two distinct geometry scales: (a) the electrostatic potential of a large… (More)

Transonic accretion onto astrophysical objects is a unique example of analogue black hole realized in nature. In the framework of acoustic geometry we study axially symmetric accretion and wind of a rotating astrophysical black hole or of a neutron star assuming isentropic flow of a fluid described by a polytropic equation of state. In particular we analyze… (More)

- Joseph A. Formaggio, Predrag Lazic, +4 authors Joseph A. Formaggio
- 2012

We present a novel technique by which highly-segmented electrostatic configurations can be solved. The Robin Hood method is a matrix-inversion algorithm optimized for solving high density boundary element method (BEM) problems. We illustrate the capabilities of this solver by studying two distinct geometry scales: (a) the electrostatic potential of a large… (More)

We study the problem of finding a point of maximal electrostatic potential inside an arbitrary triangle with homogeneous surface charge distribution. In this article we derive several synthetic and analytic relations for its location in the plane. Moreover, this point satisfies the definition of a triangle center, different from any of previously discovered… (More)

- Kresimir Matkovic, Hrvoje Abraham, Mario Jelovic, Helwig Hauser
- CD-MAKE
- 2017

- Hrvoje Abraham
- Archiv für die gesamte Psychologie
- 1966

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