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Alter, F., & Caselles V. (2009).  Uniqueness of the Cheeger set of a convex body. Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods & Applications. 70, 32–44.
Andreu, F., Ballester C., Caselles V., & Mazón J. M. (2000).  Minimizing total variation flow. Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences-Series I-Mathematics. 331(11), 867–872.
Andreu, F., Ballester C., Caselles V., & Mazón J. M. (2001).  Minimizing total variation flow. Journal of Differential and Integral Equations. 4(3), 321–360.
Andreu, F., Caselles V., & Mazon J. M. (2010).  A Fisher-Kolmogorov equation with finite speed of propagation. Journal of Differential Equations. 248(10), 2528–2561.
Andreu, F., Ballester C., Caselles V., & Mazón J. M. (1999).  A Nonlinear Parabolic Equation Arising in Image Processing. Multiresolution, Computer Vision and PDE's. Foundations of Computational Mathematics.
Andreu, F., Caselles V., & Mazón J. M. (2008).  Diffusion Equations with Finite Speed of Propagation. Functional Analysis and Evolution Equations. 17–34.
Arias, P., Caselles V., & Sapiro G. (2009).  A variational framework for non-local image inpainting. 7th International Conference on Energy Minimization Methods in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition EMMCVPR.
Arias, P., Randall G., & Sapiro G. (2007).  Connecting the out-of-sample and pre-image problems in kernel methods. IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
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Ballester, C., Caselles V., & Gonzalez M. (1996).  Affine invariant segmentation by variational method. SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics. 56(1), 294–325.
Ballester, C., Caselles V., & Gonzalez M. (1994).  Affine invariant segmentation by variational methods. RFIA '94. Neuvième Congrès Reconnaissance des Formes et Intelligence Artificielle (SPECIAL MENTION).
Ballester, C., Caselles V., Rougé B., & Verdera J. (2001).  1.Une méthode géométrique de fusion pour des images P+XS . Société Française de Photogrammétrie et de Télédétection. 169, 53-64 (Choosed one of the 5 best algorithms of P+XS image fusion by the French Spatial Agency CNES) .