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- Meeting on Geometric Integration
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From: Nils Wagner <nwagner@isd.uni-stuttgart.de>

Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2000 15:45:00 +0200

**Subject: Estimating LTI System Matrices**

We assume that we sample a LTI system at rate h. The measurements are

vector observations z_k which satisfy the relation z_{k+1}=\exp(A h) z_k

where A is the system matrix associated with the observations. The goal

is to obtain an estimate of A from observations. Is it possible to give

a bound for the system matrix error || A - A_est || ?

I am looking for contributions to this area.

Nils Wagner

University of Stuttgart

Institute for Statics and Dynamics of Aerospace Structures

Pfaffenwaldring 27

D-70569 Stuttgart

Germany

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From: Frank W.J. Olver <olver@ipst.umd.edu>

Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 14:09:54 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Monroe H. Martin Prize**

MONROE H. MARTIN PRIZE

THE INSTITUTE FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY at the

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park is pleased to announce the Sixth

Monroe H. Martin Prize. The prize will be awarded for an outstanding

paper in applied mathematics (including numerical analysis) by a

young research worker. Candidates must be residents of North America

and have not reached their 36th birthday at the filing deadline. The

submitted paper must be by a single author and have been published

or accepted for publication in the open literature. The work must

not have been performed in connection with the completion of

requirements for an academic degree. The candidate must neither be,

nor have been, affliated with the University of Maryland.

Applications from qualified candidates, or nominations, are solicited

for the Monroe H. Martin prize. Entries should include a copy of the

paper or contribution, with a covering letter, and for full

consideration be submitted on or before July 31, 2000 to

Dr. J. A. Yorke, DIRECTOR

INSTITUTE FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE

AND TECHNOLOGY

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND

COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND 20742-2431

The award will be announced by November 1, 2000. The recipient will

be asked to present his or her work at the Monroe H. Martin Lecture at

the University of Maryland in December, 2000, and will be awarded a

prize of $2,000 plus travel expenses.

The Monroe H. Martin prize was established to commemorate the

achievements of Professor Emeritus Monroe H. Martin, former Director of

the Institute for Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mathematics, and Chair of

the Department of Mathematics at the University of Maryland.

Previous prize winners are Neil Berger (1975), Marshall Slemrod

(1980), Jonathan Goodman (1985), Marek Rychlik (1990), A. M. Stuart

(1995), and Z. Xia (1995).

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From: DEAL <deal@hermes.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de>

Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 10:42:32 +0200 (MET DST)

**Subject: DEAL, C++ Finite Element Library**

Version 3.0 of the deal.II object-oriented finite element library is

available on the deal.II home-page at

http://gaia.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de/~deal

deal.II is a C++ program library targeted at adaptive finite elements

and error estimation. It uses state-of-the-art programming techniques

of the C++ programming language to offer you a modern interface to the

complex data structures and algorithms required for adaptivity and

enables you to use a variety of finite elements in one, two, and three

space dimensions, as well as support for time-dependent problems.

The library is written for research purposes and offers many features:

- Support for one, two, and three space dimensions, using a unified

interface that enables writing programs almost dimension independent.

- Handling of locally refined grids, including different adaptive

refinement strategies based on local error indicators and error

estimators.

- Support for a variety of finite elements, including Lagrange

elements of order one through four, and discontinuous elements.

- Extensive documentation: all documentation is available online in a

logical tree structure to allow fast access to the information you

need. If printed it comprises about 200 pages of tutorials, several

reports, and far more than 1,000 pages of programming interface

documentation with explanations of all classes, functions, and

variables.

- Modern software techniques that make access to the complex data

structures and algorithms as transparent as possible. The use of

object oriented programming allows for program structures similar to

the structures in mathematical analysis.

- Fast algorithms that enable you to solve problems with up to several

millions of degrees of freedom quickly. As opposed to programming

symbolic algebra packages the penalty for readability is low.

- Support for several output formats, including some common formats

for visualization of scientific data.

- Support for a variety of computer platforms, including multi-

processor machines.

- Free source code under an Open Source license, and the invitation to

contribute to further development of the library.

Wolfgang Bangerth, Guido Kanschat, the deal.II team

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From: Tom Goodale <goodale@aei-potsdam.mpg.de>

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 16:13:55 +0200 (CEST)

**Subject: Cactus, Parallel Code for PDEs**

This is to announce the release of beta 7 of Cactus 4.0.

Cactus is a general, modular, parallel code for solving systems of partial

differential equations. The code has been developmented over many years by

a large international collaboration of numerical relativity and

computational science research groups and can be used to provide a

portable platform for solving any system of partial differential

equations. The code compiles and runs on a variety of different

platforms, from laptops running Linux or NT to clusters of workstations,

to large T3Es, with no modifications needing to be made to the application

codes.

As an example, one set of modules (thorns) can be used to solve problems

in numerical relativity, for example black hole or neutron star

collisions. The design of the code and the thorns means that general

routines can be written, for example to locate the position of the event

horizon, which can then be made generally available and used for other

problems.

The code is available from

http://www.cactuscode.org

Notes for this release can be found at

http://www.cactuscode.org/Development/beta7.txt

For further information, please email

cactusmaint@cactuscode.org

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From: Arieh Iserles <A.Iserles@damtp.cam.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 18 Apr 00 14:31:07 BST

**Subject: Meeting on Geometric Integration**

A one-day meeting on geometric integration will be held in DAMTP,

University of Cambridge, on Thursday, 25th May. The (very) preliminary

and provisional programme consists of the following talks:

* Debra Lewis (UC Santa Cruz): "Projections and factorizations in

geometric integration"

* Reinout Quispel (La Trobe): "Applications of symmetric spaces and

Lie triple systems in Numerical Analysis I"

* Hans Munthe-Kaas (Bergen): "Applications of symmetric spaces and Lie

triple systems in Numerical Analysis II"

* Stig Faltinsen (Cambridge): "Geometric integration of Hamiltonian

problems on Lie groups"

* Elizabeth Mansfield (Kent): "Moving-frame methods"

* Matthew Piggott (Bath): "Geometric integration and adaptivity with

applications"

* Arieh Iserles (Cambridge): "Solution of highly-oscillatory ODE systems

by Lie-group methods"

The idea is to have a truly informal gathering, where the talks are

really about the latest and ongoing work. We'll commence at 11am, so

that it should be possible to travel on the day from most localities

in UK.

Participation is free, there is no registration fee and everybody is

welcome. Advance notification by email to ai@damtp.cam.ac.uk will

be appreciated, so that we know how many people are likely to turn up.

The meeting will commence at 11am in Syndics Room, DAMTP, and conclude

by 6pm. It will be followed by an informal pub gathering and perhaps a

dinner.

Up-to-date details are displayed at

http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/na/One_day.html. Please consult

http://www.cam.ac.uk/CambArea/ for travel and accommodation information.

Arieh Iserles

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From: Jean-Claude Yakoubsohn <yak@mip.ups-tlse.fr>

Date: Tue, 18 Apr 100 16:02:44 +0200 (MET DST)

**Subject: Workshop on Symbolic and Numerical Methods**

SEA2000

This workshop will be held in Toulouse (FRANCE) on June, 14-15-16 2000.

This workshop is devoted to symbolic and numerical methods for solving

systems of equations, to related topics and applications. More precisely

we want to focus on the following themes:

- algorithms and their applications

- Diophantine approximation

- iterative methods

- problems on Riemannian manifolds

- the nonlinear eigenvalue problem

This workshop is organized by:

Luca Amodei, Universite Paul Sabatier, Laboratoire MIP, Toulouse

Xavier Buff, Universite Paul Sabatier, Laboratoire Emile Picard, Toulouse

Jean-Pierre Dedieu, Universite Paul Sabatier, Laboratoire MIP, Toulouse

Philippe Guillaume, INSA, Laboratoire MIP, Toulouse

Luis Miguel Pardo, Universidad de Cantabria, Santander

Didier Pinchon, Laboratoire MIP, Toulouse

Jean-Claude Yakoubsohn, Universite Paul Sabatier, Laboratoire MIP, Toulouse

Invited speakers:

Marc Giusti (Polytechnique, Palaiseau)

Joos Heintz (Buenos Aires and Santander)

Nick Higham (Manchester)

Jean-Pierre Merlet (INRIA, Sophia)

Luis Miguel Pardo (Santander)

Mike Shub (IBM, New York)

Francoise Tisseur (Manchester)

Contact:

Workshop email : sea2000@mip.ups-tlse.fr

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From: Panos Pardalos <pardalos@cao.ise.ufl.edu>

Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 14:25:37 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Conference on Convex Analysis and Global Optimization**

International Conference on

ADVANCES IN CONVEX ANALYSIS AND GLOBAL OPTIMIZATION

Honoring the memory of C. Caratheodory (1873-1950)

Pythagorion, Samos, Greece

June 5-9, 2000

Endorsed by:

Mathematical Programming Society (MPS)

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) - Activity Group

in Optimization

SCOPE

The conference aims at fostering the cooperation among practitioners and

theoreticians in the fields of convex analysis and global optimization.

Several invited and contributing talks will report on original research

(both theoretical and experimental) in all areas of convex analysis and

global optimization, including surveys of important recent results/directions.

INVITED SPEAKERS

R. Bulirsch (Techn. Univ. Munchen)

F. Clarke (University of Lyon -1)

V. Demyanov (St. Petersburg State University)

C. Floudas (Princeton University)

F. Giannessi (University of Pisa)

J.B. Hiriart-Urruty (Univ. Paul Sabatier)

L. Khachiyan (Rutgers University)

V. Klee (University of Washington)

C. Lemarechal (INRIA Rh^one-Alpes).

T. Rockafellar (University of Washington)

S. Robinson (University of Wisconsin)

J.B. Rosen (UCSD and University of Minnesota)

A. Rubinov (University of Ballarat)

N.Z. Shor (Ukrainian Academy of Sciences)

S. Smale (UC Berkeley and City University of Hong Kong)

G. Strang (MIT)

H. Tuy (Institute of Mathematics, Hanoi)

J.-P. Vial (University of Geneva)

ORGANIZERS

N. Hadjisavvas, D. Kandilakis (University of the Aegean)

and P. Pardalos (University of Florida).

CONFERENCE INFORMATION

Location

The conference is hosted by the Department of Mathematics of the University

of the Aegean, and will be held in the town of Pythagorion at the Doryssa Bay

complex, on the island of Samos, Greece. Samos, an island of astonishing

natural beauty and very old history is located in the Northeast Aegean sea,

and is the birthplace of Pythagoras, Epicurus and Aristarchus.

Registration

The Conference fee is 250$ US for early registration until March 31, 2000

and 300$ US after this date or on site registration. The fee includes:

admission to all sessions, reception, the conference dinner, coffee breaks,

a one-day excursion around the island, and a copy of the proceedings when published.

Participants should register by May 5, 2000 for their talk to be included in the

Conference program.

Proceedings

The Conference proceedings will be published by Kluwer Academic Publishers,

in the series Nonconvex Optimization and Applications.

Deadline for paper submission is July 15, 2000.

Important addresses-More information

Additional information about the Conference may be obtained by writing to

Mrs. Thea Vigli- Papadaki, Department of Mathematics, University of the Aegean,

Karlovassi 83200, Samos,

Greece. Tel: ++30-273-82021, 82010, Fax: ++30-273-82009, e-mail:

acago@math.aegean.gr,

or by visiting the web site of the Conference at the address:

http://www.samos.aegean.gr/math/acago

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From: Victoria Pennington <v.pennington@mcc.ac.uk>

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 13:47:28 +0100

**Subject: European SGI/Cray MPP Workshop**

THE SIXTH EUROPEAN SGI/CRAY MPP WORKSHOP

7th-8th September 2000

MRCCS, University of Manchester, UK

http://www.man.ac.uk/mrccs/mpp-workshop6/

The Sixth European SGI/Cray MPP Workshop will be held at the

University of Manchester, UK, on the 7th and 8th of September, 2000.

The workshop is organised under the banner of the Manchester Research

Centre for Computational Science (MRCCS) and is generously supported

by Silicon Graphics, Inc. and Cray, Inc.

This workshop is aimed at computer scientists, computer engineers and

end users, working mainly on CRAY T3E and large SGI Origin 2000

systems installed throughout Europe. Of particular interest are the

areas of application development and optimisation, software support

and production usage, as well as the future of MPP computer systems.

There will keynote presentations from both SGI and Cray, Inc.

This event is distinguished from national Cray User Group meetings by

a strong emphasis on applications. It is hoped to include talks on MPP

topics such as:

- Programming models and methods;

- Parallel performance prediction, evaluation and optimisation;

- Parallel numerical algorithms;

- Application of 3rd-party parallel solvers, libraries and support

tools;

- Data management and visualisation;

- MPP production applications (in computational physics, chemistry,

engineering, biology, meteo-climatology, earth sciences etc.).

Contributions to the workshop are invited from workers in all fields

in which the use of SGI and Cray MPP platforms is an important aspect.

Abstracts for papers and posters to be presented at the workshop will

be refereed by the Programme Committee; please note that the call for

papers closes on Friday, 19th May.

Please also note that there is NO REGISTRATION FEE for this workshop.

For further information, please see the WWW pages at:

http://www.man.ac.uk/mrccs/mpp-workshop6/

or contact Dr. Ben Jesson (b.jesson@man.ac.uk) of the organising

committee.

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From: Jan Chleboun <chleb@matsrv.math.cas.cz>

Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 12:44:29 +0200 (CEST)

**Subject: Conference on Differential Equations and Their Applications **

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT

Czechoslovak International Conference on Differential Equations

and Their Applications

EQUADIFF 10

will be held during August 27-31, 2001 in Prague, Czech Republic.

The meeting continues the tradition of international EQUADIFF conferences

started in 1962.

The conference is concerned with: ordinary differential equations

partial differential equations

numerical methods and applications

Honorary Presidents: Ivo Babuska, Jaroslav Kurzweil

Organizing Committee: J. Jarnik (Chairman), B. Maslowski (Secretary),

J. Chleboun, V. Dolezal, E. Feireisl, M. Krbec, A. Lomtatidze, J. Malek,

P. Quittner, M. Tvrdy, J. Vosmansky

E-mail address of the conference: equadiff@math.cas.cz

More details and a preregistration form are available at

http://www.math.cas.cz/~equadiff

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From: Linda Petzold <petzold@engineering.ucsb.edu>

Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 16:25:57 -0700

**Subject: Faculty Position at University of California, Santa Barbara**

Faculty Position

Computational Science and Engineering

University of California, Santa Barbara

The College of Engineering at the University of California, Santa Barbara

is in the process of developing a multidisciplinary college-wide program in

Computational Science and Engineering (CSE). An objective of the CSE

program is to build strengths in the core areas of numerical methods,

algorithms and software tools for scientific computation, high performance

computing and communications, and scientific visualization, as well as to

establish collaborative linkages in the applied areas of CSE such as

computational fluid dynamics, quantum computation, nanoelectronics, control

systems, computational materials, etc.

Applications are invited from outstanding candidates at the senior level.

Candidates should have established an international reputation in an area

within the broad framework of the program, and a track record of

interdisciplinary collaboration.

Please send a complete application consisting of a curriculum vita and the

names and addresses of at least four professional references to: Search

Committee in Computational Science and Engineering, Dean's Office, College

of Engineering, Engineering I Bldg., Room 1038, University of California,

Santa Barbara, CA 93106. Applications and nominations will be received

until the position is filled. UCSB is an equal opportunity, affirmative

action employer.

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From: Oeverdieck <oever@math.TU-Berlin.DE>

Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2000 14:26:53 +0100

**Subject: Faculty Position at Technical University, Berlin**

Stellenausschreibung

Universit=E4tsprofessor/in -=20

BesGr. C3 - f=FCr Mathematik (Nachf.Prof. Markowich)

Besch=E4ftigungsstelle: FB 3 - Mathematik, Sekr. MA 4-1

Kennziffer: 3-21

Bewerbungsfrist: 31.05.2000

Aufgabengebiet:

Wahrnehmung von Forschung und Lehre auf dem Gebiet der Mathematik,

insbesondere auch Lehre f=FCr den Studiengang Techno- und

Wirtschaftsmathematik; Beteiligung an der Lehre f=FCr andere Studieng=E4n=

ge; die Integration moderner Lehrformen in der Mathematikausbildung ist ein

besonderes Anliegen des Fachbereiches; ein Engagement darin ist erw=FCnscht.

Anforderungen:

Erf=FCllung der Berufungsvoraussetzungen gem=E4=DF =A7 100 BerlHG (Merkbl=

att wird auf

Wunsch zugesandt); die Stelle soll mit einem/r Vertreter/in der

Arbeitsrichtung Modellierung mit Differentialgleichungen besetzt werden.

Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung richten Sie bitte unter Angabe der Kennziffer mit

den =FCblichen Unterlagen an den Pr=E4sidenten der Technischen

Universit=E4= t Berlin - Fachbereich 3, Mathematik - Sekr. MA 4-1,

Stra=DFe des 17. Juni 136, 10623

Berlin.

Die TUB strebt eine Erh=F6hung ihres Frauenanteils an und fordert daher Frauen

nachdr=FCcklich zur Bewerbung auf. Bei gleichwertiger Qualifikation werden

Frauen bevorzugt eingestellt (dies gilt f=FCr Bereiche, jeweils bezogen auf

Besoldungs-, Verg=FCtungs- oder Lohngruppen, in denen mehr M=E4nner als Frauen

besch=E4ftigt sind). Schwerbehinderte werden bei gleicher Qualifikation

bevorzugt.

------------------------------

From: Peter K Sweby <p.k.sweby@reading.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 10:43:01 +0100

**Subject: Faculty Positions at the University of Reading**

THE UNIVERSITY OF READING

Department of Mathematics

Two Lectureships in Mathematics

Applications are invited for the following lectureships in the Department

of Mathematics from October 1 2000 or such other date as may be agreed.

A permanent lectureship in Applied Mathematics. The successful candidate

will have a strong research record and preference may be given to a

candidate with a research interest in fluid mechanics, computational fluid

dynamics, reaction-diffusion theory or applied analysis, with applications

in meteorology. Please quote Reference AC0040.

A fixed-term four year lectureship in Pure Mathematics. The successful

candidate will have a strong research record and preference may be given

to a candidate with a research interest in algebra, functional analysis or

combinatorics. Please quote Reference AC0041.

Both appointments will be for a probationary period of three years in the

first instance and the salaries are expected to be in the range Grade A.

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From: Lili Koloszar <sekretar@amath.unizh.ch>

Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2000 10:18:28 +0100

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Universitaet Zuerich**

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Zuerich has the following

two open positions.

Post-doc in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing

The position is integrated in the Numerical Analysis Research Group, and

the duties include independent research in the field of numerical analysis

for solving PDEs with a view towards further scientific qualification.

Participation in the current research projects of the Numerical Analysis

Group and in their teaching activities is required.

Pre-requisites: Ph.D. in mathematics and research experience in the field

of applied and numerical analysis.

Scientific Assistant in

Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing

The duties involve working on a research project for the numerical solution

of partial differential equations on complicated domains by multigrid

methods. The project is sponsored by the Swiss Nationalfonds and should

lead to a Ph.D. thesis. Participation in teaching activities (in German) is

also required.

Pre-requisites: University degree in mathematics, computer science or one

of the natural sciences.

Please send your application to

Universit=E4t Z=FCrich

Institut f=FCr Mathematik

Herrn Prof. Dr. S. Sauter

Winterthurerstr. 190

CH-8057 Z=FCrich

Switzerland

Tel.: ++41 (0) 1 635 5831; eMail: stas@amath.unizh.ch

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From: Georgios Stavroulakis <g.stavroulakis@tu-bs.de>

Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 19:10:05 +0200

**Subject: Research Position at Technical University Braunschweig**

Institute of Applied Mechanics

Technical University Braunschweig, Germany

Prof.Dr.rer.nat. H. Antes

We are looking for a new collegue (Civil or a Mechanical Engineer, or with

studies in a related field like Mathematics or Physics) with knowledge of

Mechanics, Mathematics and Physics, to work with us for a research project

supported by the German Research Society (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft)

as Scientific Assistant.

In this research project time dependent boundary integral equations for the

technical important area of poroelastic continua will be developed. For this,

the basic mathematical formulations and solution algorithms will be examined

and verified. Applications of such a boundary integral formulation can be

problems in rock mechanics, offshore technology or in petroleum industry.

The main topics of the research program are:

i) Development of fundamental solutions in Laplace domain using either Biot's

constitutive equations as well as the theory of porous media,

ii) Implementation of these fundamental solutions in a time stepping Boundary

Element procedure based on the so-called Convolution Quadrature Method

developed by Lubich,

iii) Study of wave propagation phenomenon in poroelastic continua.

Hence, numerical integration of singular integrals as well as sensitivity on

time and spatial discretization has to be studied.

The financial support for the first two years is provided (salary according

to BATIIa). Extension to two more year is possible. The completion of a PhD

in this scientific area will be supported.

More details can be found in the official Stellenausschreibung and in the

WWW-page of the Institute of Applied Mechanics .

If you are interested or if you need more information please contact

Dr. Martin Schanz at: m.schanz@tu-bs.de.

Deadline of applications is 15.07.2000

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From: Corry Magrijn <magrijn.secsup@tip.nl>

Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 13:28:30 +0200

**Subject: Contents, Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems**

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems (MCSS)

Volume 13 (2000), Number 1

G. Lafferriere, G.J. Pappas and S. Sastry,

O-minimal hybrid systems. <BR>

MCSS 13 (2000), 1-21.

H. Gluesing-Luerssen,

A convolution algebra of delay-differential operators and

a related problem of finite spectrum assignability. <BR>

MCSS 13 (2000), 22-40.

F. Le Gland and L. Mevel,

Basic properties of the projective product with application to

products of column-allowable nonnegative matrices. <BR>

MCSS 13 (2000), 41-62.

F. Le Gland and L. Mevel,

Exponential forgetting and geometric ergodicity in hidden

Markov models. <BR>

MCSS 13 (2000), 63-93.

INFORMATION

Information on MCSS including tables of contents is

available at its home pages:

www.cwi.nl/~schuppen/mcss/mcss.html

www.math.rutgers.edu/~sontag/mcss.html

Address for submissions:

J.H. van Schuppen (Co-Editor MCSS)

CWI

P.O.Box 94079

1090 GB Amsterdam

The Netherlands

Bradley Dickinson, Eduardo Sontag, Jan van Schuppen (Editors)

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From: Gennadi I. Malaschonok <malaschonok@math-iu.tambov.su>

Date: Tue, 18 Apr 0 23:08:02 +0400

**Subject: Contents, "Teaching of Efficient Mathematics"**

Table of Contents: Tambov University Reports, Volume 4, Number 4, 1999.

Materials of 5th IMACS Applications of Computer Algebra Conference,

IMACS-ACA'99, June 25-27, 1999, section "Teaching of Efficient Mathematics".

Rafael J. Villanueva Mico and A. Hervas.

A project of Computer Aided Learning: A course of Computer Algebra in the web.

411--418

Juan A. Aledo, Juan C. Cortes and Fernando L. Pelayo.

A study of particular methods for the approximate construction

of some regular polygons by using Mathematica 3.0.

419--426

Gennadi Malaschonok and Natalia Malaschonok.

Teaching of efficient mathematics.

426

Juan A. Aledo, Juan C. Cortes and Fernando L. Pelayo.

A comparative study between two general methods for the approximate

construction of regular polygons by using Mathematica 3.0.

427--434

Alkiviadis Akritas, Stelios Kapranidis and Athina Katalifou

Possibilities for Alternative Uses of the "Calculus and Mathematica" Apprach.

435--436

Alkiviadis G. Akritas.

Calculus and the Race Track Principle.

436

Alkiviadis Akritas and Zamir Bavel.

Classical Mathematics with Mathematica.

437--451

David J.Jeffrey.

Some elementary mathematics revisited and revised.

451

Igor Gachkov.

Teaching Error-Correcting Codes, Discrete Mathematics and Modern

Algebra with Computer Algebra.

452--456

Gennadi Malaschonok.

Efficient Methods of Mathematical Analysis.

457--460

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From: SibJNM <sibjnm@sscc.ru>

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 09:41:49 +0600

**Subject: Contents, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics**

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Volume 3, No. 1 (January 2000)

For information to contributors and about subscriptions

see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

S.S. Artemiev, A.A. Nosikova, and S.V. Soloboev

Monte Carlo method for share's price modeling

(in Russian), pp.1-10

I.A. Blatov

On the asymptotically exact estimates of

preconditioners of the incomplete factorization type

(in Russian), pp.11-42

S.N. Korobeinikov

Numerical solution of nonlinear problems on

deformation of elastic shells of revolution at eigenstates

(in Russian), pp.43-56

Sh. Smagulov, N.M. Temirbekov, and K.S. Kamaubaev

Modeling of boundary conditions for pressure by fictitious domain

method in the incompressible flow problems

(in Russian), pp.57-72

S.B. Sorokin

Error bounds of two-sided approximations for the Sturm--Liouville

problem

(in Russian), pp.73-88

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Volume 3, No. 2, 2000

For information to contributors and about subscriptions

see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

Gurii Ivanovich Marchuk (on the occasion of his 75th birthday)

(in Russian), pp.89-92

E.N. Akimova, N.I. Seregnikova

The parallel algorithms for solving the three-dimensional

problems of elasticity by the boundary integral equations method

(in Russian), pp.97-107

V.B. Barakhnin, N.V. Borodkin

The second order approximation TVD scheme on moving adaptive

grids for hyperbolic systems

(in Russian), pp.109-121

L.V. Gilyova, V.V. Shaidurov

Justification of asymptotic stability of the triangulation algorithm

for a three-dimensional domain

(in Russian), pp.123-136

E.V. Goryunov, Kh.Kh. Imomnazarov

Numerical solution of combined one-dimensional inverse problems

for Maxwell's equation and equations of porous media

(in Russian), pp.137-149

V.I. Drobyshevich

Implicit scheme on different time meshes for semilinear parabolic

equations

(in Russian), pp.151-158

Yu.I.Kuznetsov

Hamilton form of the Jacobi matrices

(in Russian), pp.159-164

Yu.M. Laevsky, P.V. Banushkina

The compound explicit schemes

(in Russian), pp.165-180

A.I. Tyatyushkin

Parallel computations in Optimal control problems

(in Russian), pp.181-190

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From: George Anastassiou <anastasg@msci.memphis.edu>

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 09:17:31 -0500

**Subject: Contents, Journal of Computational Analysis and Application**

Table of Contents:JoCAAA,Vol.2,No.1,2000

1)"Degree of Approximation to Functions in a Normed Space",M.L.Mittal

and B.E.Rhoades,................................................1

2)"The e-regularized Mean Curvature Flow in one dimension Space",

Dumont Yves,...................................................11

3)"Density and Approximation properties of Markov

Systems",A.L.Gonzalez and R.A.Zalik,............................49

4)"Truncation Error on Wavelet Sampling Expansions",N.Atreas and

C.Karanikas,....................................................89

5)"Global Behavior of Rational Sequences involving piecewise Power

Function",R.M.Abu-Sarris,......................................103.

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