Applications of Variational Data Assimilation in Computational Hemodynamics

@inproceedings{DElia2011ApplicationsOV,
  title={Applications of Variational Data Assimilation in Computational Hemodynamics},
  author={Marta D’Elia and L. Mirabella and Tizaino Passerini and Mauro Perego and Marina Piccinelli and Christian Vergara and Alessandro Veneziani},
  year={2011}
}
The development of new technologies for acquiring measures and images in order to investigate cardiovascular diseases raises new challenges in scientific computing. These data can be in fact merged with the numerica l simulations for improving the accuracy and reliability of the computationa l tools. Assimilation of measured data and numerical models is well established in me teorology, whilst it is relatively new in computational hemodynamics. Different a pproaches are possible for the… CONTINUE READING

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