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From: Wei-Pai Tang <Wei-Pai.Tang@PSS.Boeing.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2001 07:00:16 -0800
Subject: Change of Address for Wei-Pai Tang
My new address is:
The Boeing Company
P.O. Box 3707 MC 7L-22
Seattle, WA 98124-2207
Keep in touch.
From: David Bruhwiler <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2001 21:34:33 -0700 (MST)
Subject: Alpha Release of OptSolve++
Tech-X Corporation has released Version 1.0-alpha-4 of our C++
class libraries for nonlinear optimization. The OptSolve++
optimization libraries provide a convenient and extensible
interface for rapid nonlinear optimization of user-specified
A gzip'd tar-ball can be downloaded from our web site at URL
The package comes with a configure script that should build correct
Makefile's on any Unix or GNU/Linux system. We are supporting
the following OS/compiler combinations:
GNU/Linux-ix86: KAI++ kcc3.4 and gcc2.95
Solaris: Workshop CC5.0 and egcs1.1
Tru64 Unix: KAI++ kcc3.4 , Compaq cxx6.1 and gcc2.95
IRIX: MIPSpro CC7.3 and gcc2.95
We expect that KAI's kcc compiler will work fine on all platforms
supported by KAI. Above, I have only listed the platforms for
which we have tested kcc ourselves.
We encourage all OptSolve++ users to join the optsolve-users
email list and send all comments, questions, answers, etc. to
firstname.lastname@example.org To join this list, send a message
to email@example.com with "subscribe optsolve-users" in the
body of the message. All traffic on this list is being archived
at URL http://fusion.txcorp.com/lists/optsolve-users/
For those of you who are working with an IDE-based compiler on the
PC or Macintosh, we are supporting the following compilers:
MS Windows: Borland Builder 4.0
Visual C++ 6.0
Mac OS: CodeWarrior 5.0
OptSolve++ users are welcome to take the freely-distributed source
code and build/maintain your own project files for your favorite
IDE (for noncommercial use). If you are experienced in using your
IDE with heavily templated code, then this will be a tedious, but
Alternatively, you can purchase these IDE files from Tech-X Corp.
Happy New Year!
David Bruhwiler - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tech-X Corp. - http://www.techxhome.com
From: Edmond Chow <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 16:48:05 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Bay Area Scientific Computing Day
BAY AREA SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING DAY 2001
Saturday, February 10, 2001
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
The Bay Area Scientific Computing Day is an informal gathering to
encourage the interaction and collaboration of researchers in the field
of scientific computing from the San Francisco Bay Area. It also
provides new researchers an opportunity to present their work to the
local community. This year's meeting will be held at the Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory. No clearances are required and all are
welcome to attend.
The one-day meeting will begin at 9:00. There will be 13 technical
presentations during the day, each 25 minutes long, with no parallel
sessions. Two breaks and lunch will be provided by LLNL. The
technical sessions will end at 4:45. There will also be a special
event after the meeting.
Please register at http://www.llnl.gov/casc/workshops/bascd
by Feb. 2. There is no registration fee. For further information,
Edmond Chow, firstname.lastname@example.org, 925-423-1915
Daniel White, email@example.com, 925-422-9870
BASCD 2001 is sponsored by the Institute for Scientific Computing Research
From: Victor Malyshkin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 11:28:26 +0600 (NOVT)
Subject: Conference in Novosibirsk on Parallel Computing Technologies
Parallel Computing Technologies
Sixth International Conference
September 3-7, 2001
SECOND CALL for PAPERS
The Computing Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences
(Academgorodok, Novosibirsk), Novosibirsk State University and
Novosibirsk State Technical University are jointly organizing
the Sixth International Conference on PARALLEL COMPUTING
TECHNOLOGIES (PaCT-2001). The conference will be held in
Novosibirsk, September 3-7, 2001.
* All aspects of the applications of parallel computer systems
* General methods and tools for parallel solution of big size problems
* Languages, environment and software tools supporting parallel processing
* Fine grained computations: models, languages, algorithms and technologies
* Operating systems, scheduling, mapping, load balancing
* General architecture concepts, enabling technologies
* Performance measurement and analysis
* Teaching parallel processing
The Conference Proceedings are planned to be published as
the volume of Springer Verlag LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer
Science) series and distributed at the Conference.
Selected papers will be included into the special issue
of the International Journal of the Future Generation Computer
Systems devoted to Parallel Computing Technologies.
The official language of the Conference is English.
We plan to organize several special sessions.
1.Applications of the fine-grain computations:
moderator Prof. G. Mauri (Milano-Bicocca),
2.Parallel numerical algorithms and large scale mathematical modeling:
moderator Prof. V.Il'in (Novosibirsk),
3.History of Parallel Computing.
Moderator Prof. Ya.Fet,
Interested colleagues are invited to organize special sessions.
The application to organize such a session should be sent to the
address of Chairman not later then on February 5, 2001.
DEMO and TUTORIALS
Demo of parallel system software, tools and applications is also
planned. Demonstration might accompany the presentation of the
accepted papers. University's teams and companies are invited
to demonstrate their new software tools. The application should
be sent to the Chairman by March 15, 2001.
We plan to organize one-day tutorials (before the conference
days) devoted to the methods of parallel implementation of big size
numerical models and cluster computing.
* Submission of the paper or extended abstract: January 20, 2001
* Notification of acceptance: March 15, 2001
* Camera-ready version of the paper: May 20, 2001
PaCT-2001 Organising Committee Phone: (+7) 3832-343-994
Supercomputer Software Department Fax: (+7) 3832-324-259
Computing Centre RAS E-mail: email@example.com,
Pr. Lavrentieva, 6,
630090, Novosibirsk RUSSIA
PaCT-2001 Web pages: http://www.PaCT.sscc.ru/conference/pact2001/
Information on PaCT conferences series can be found at the URL
From: ENUMATH <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 19:42:27 +0100 (MET)
Subject: ENUMATH Conference near Naples, Italy
ENUMATH 2001 AT ISCHIA (Naples, Italy)
ANNOUNCEMENT and CALL FOR PAPERS.
The fourth ENUMATH Conference will take place at ISCHIA
(a beatiful island near Naples, Italy) from July 23 to
July 28, 2001.
Here below please find some information. A more complete
information can be found at the web site
F. Brezzi (Italy)
M. Feistauer (Czech. Rep.)
R. Glowinski (France/USA)
R. Jeltsch (Switzerland)
Yu. Kuznetsov (Russia/USA)
J. Periaux (France)
R. Rannacher (Germany)
O. Axelsson (Netherlands)
C. Canuto (Italy)
M. Griebel (Germany)
R. Hoppe (Germany)
G. Kobelkov (Russia)
U. Langer (Austria)
K. Morgan (UK)
A. Murli (Italy)
P. Neittaanmaki (Finland)
O. Pironneau (France)
A. Quarteroni (Italy/Switzerland)
C. Schwab (Switzerland)
D. Talay (France)
W. Wendland (Germany)
LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Provisional list of INVITED SPEAKERS:
the following speakers ALREADY ACCEPTED
to come and delivery a Plenary Lecture
D. Chapelle (INRIA, Paris)
A. Cohen (Paris VI)
R. Hoppe (Augsburgh)
T. Hou (Caltech)
D. Joseph (Minneapolis)
A. Quarteroni (Milan/Lausanne)
E. Suli (Oxford)
D. Trigiante (Florence)
Several MINISYMPOSIA on different applications will also
The ENUMATH Conferences started in 1995 (Paris) in order to
provide a forum for discussion on RECENT ASPECTS OF NUMERICAL
MATHEMATICS. They seek to convene leading experts and young
scientists with special emphasis on contributions from Europe.
The second and third ENUMATH Conferences were held in Heidelberg
(1997) and in Jyvaskyla (1999).
Recent results and new trends in the analysis of numerical
algorithms as well as their application to challenging scientific
and industrial problems will be discussed. Apart from theoretical
aspects, a major part of the Conference will be devoted to numerical
methods for interdisciplinary applications.
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS AND ORGANIZATION OF MINISYMPOSIA
If you want to present a contributed paper, please submit an Abstract
of maximum 2 pages by e-mail to email@example.com
Instructions for preparing Abstracts can be found at
Ordinary mail, when necessary, should be addressed to
Prof. F. Brezzi
Enumath Conference, 2001
Istituto di Analisi Numerica del CNR
Via Ferrata 1
If you are interested in organising a minisymposium, please contact
directly firstname.lastname@example.org , possibly before March 17.
From: Jack Dongarra <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, 06 Jan 2001 06:05:12 -0500
Subject: Conference on Commercial Applications for High-Performance Computing
Call for Papers and Announcement
Commercial Applications for High-Performance Computing (IT401)
Part of SPIE's International Symposium on The Convergence of
Information Technologies and Communications (ITCOM)
20-24 August 2001
Colorado Convention Center
Denver, Colorado USA
Conference Chair: Howard Jay Siegel, Purdue Univ.
(beginning Aug. 2001, Colorado State Univ.)
Ishfaq Ahmad, Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology (Hong Kong)
John K. Antonio, Univ. of Oklahoma
Hamid R. Arabnia, Univ. of Georgia
Kenneth E. Batcher, Kent State Univ.
Willem A. Bohm, Colorado State Univ.
Thomas L. Casavant, Univ. of Iowa
Henry G. Dietz, Univ. of Kentucky
Jack Dongarra, Univ. of Tennessee
Rudolf Eigenmann, Purdue Univ.
Salim A. Hariri, Univ. of Arizona
Paul C. Messina, California Institute of Technology
Rodney Oldehoeft, Los Alamos National Lab.
Yale N. Patt, Univ. of Texas/Austin
Viktor K. Prasanna, Univ. of  Southern California;
Daniel A. Reed, Univ. of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Mitchell D. Theys, Univ. of Illinois/Chicago
Albert Y. Zomaya, Univ. of Western Australia (Australia)
The rapid increases in the capabilities of computers and their
associated communication systems are opening up wonderful new
opportunities for information technology to serve humanity, from
health care to entertainment to complex product design to
disaster prediction. The focus of this conference is current and
future ways in which high-performance computing can be used in
the support of commercial applications. The power of "high-
performance" computing continues to increase with time. High-
performance computing systems may be based on multiprocessor
systems, clusters or farms of machines, parallel computers,
special-purpose architectures, computational grids, distributed
computing, etc. The set of computers that comprise the system may
be heterogeneous or homogeneous. For this conference, a single
processor general purpose standard machine is not considered a
high-performance system. Our working definition of "commercial
applications" in the context of this conference is loosely
defined as applications that are of interest to the general
public and can be profitable for a company to undertake, as
opposed to one-of-a-kind applications whose development would be
funded by a federal government agency for its purposes only.
Furthermore, to be appropriate for this conference, these
applications must require the use of a high-performance computing
system, typically because of the computational complexity of the
task, extremely large data sets that must be processed, the need
for a response in relevant time, or some combination of these.
he parent symposium concerns the convergence of information
technology and communication technologies. The topics we expect
to cover in this conference will involve this convergence in one
or more of the following ways: (1) the computers that comprise
the high-performance system will be interconnected by high-speed
communications; (2) the application being executed is gathering
its inputs remotely over a communications network; or (3) the
high-performance system executing the application is remotely
accessed by its users through a communications network. Possible
general topics for current and future applications of interest
include, but are not limited to:
- aircraft design
- airline industry reservation system
- airline scheduling problem
- automobile design
- bioinformatics and genomics
- business decision support
- chemical process optimization
- computational finance
- data mining and knowledge discovery
- data visualization and animation
- drug discovery
- e-business and e-commerce support
- geophysical exploration (including oil)
- global climate modeling and prediction
- ground and air traffic control
- image and speech understanding
- integrated circuit chip design
- mobility management for computing and communications
- molecular engineering
- multimedia support
- natural disaster forecasting and mitigation
- satellite imaging
- stock market modeling and prediction
- telemedicine and health care
- virtual reality
- web search engines
Technical questions about this conference may be sent to the
Conference Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org
A special issue of "The Journal of Supercomputing" will be devoted to
this conference; authors of accepted papers will be asked if they want
their full papers reviewed for this issue.
Abstract Due Date: 19 February 2001
Manuscript Due Date: 28 May 2001
From: Richard Lehoucq <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2001 08:54:13 -0700
Subject: John Von Neumann Research Fellowship in Computational Science
John Von Neumann Research Fellowship in Computational Science
Sandia National Laboratories
The Computational Sciences, Computer Sciences and Mathematics Center at
Sandia National Laboratories invites outstanding candidates to apply for
the 2000 John Von Neumann Research Fellowship in Computational Science.
The Fellowship is supported by the Mathematical, Information, and
Computational Sciences Division at the U.S. Department of Energy and
provides an exceptional opportunity for innovative research in scientific
computing on advanced computing and software architectures.
Sandia maintains research programs in a variety of areas, including
computational and discrete mathematics, computational physics and
engineering, systems software and tools. Sandia is a world leader in
large-scale parallel computer systems, algorithms, software and applications.
Sandia has a unique parallel-computing environment, including the most
powerful supercomputer available to scientists and engineers (the 4500-node
Intel Teraflops machine), a 1280-node Compaq workstation cluster, a 192-node
SGI Origin 2000, a 168-node DEC 8400 and many smaller research machines.
The center provides a collaborative and highly multidisciplinary environment
tasked with solving state-of-the-art computational problems. Applicants
from a broad range of disciplines are encouraged to apply.
The Fellowship appointment is for a period of one year with a likely
renewal for a second year. It includes a highly competitive salary,
moving expenses and a generous professional travel allowance. Applicants
should send a resume, a statement of research goals, and three letters
of recommendation to: Richard B. Lehoucq, P.O. Box 5800, MS 1110, Sandia
National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM 87185-1110; email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All applications received before March 10, 2000 will receive full
and the position will remain open until filled.
Sandia National Labs is a U.S. Department of Energy multiprogram laboratory,
operated by Sandia Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary Lockheed Martin
Corporation, with locations in Albuquerque, NM and Livermore, CA. U.S.
Citizenship is normally required.
From: Uri Ascher <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2001 11:38:09 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Faculty Position at University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
Department of Computer Science
Research and Teaching Faculty Positions
The Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia
is recruiting for several tenure-track or tenured positions.
Appointments at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and
Professor are possible.
One of the University's highest academic priorities is to continue to
grow as a leading centre in Computer Science, and outstanding candidates
are sought to participate in this effort. Applicants must demonstrate
exceptional research potential and teaching ability. Successful
candidates are expected to pursue an active research program, perform both
graduate and undergraduate teaching, and supervise graduate students.
The Department will consider outstanding
applicants over all areas of Computer Science research.
The ability of an applicant's research program to complement and extend
the existing research strengths of the department will be an important
factor in selection. A Ph.D. or equivalent in Computer Science or
a related area is required. The positions are available as of 1 July 2001,
and salary will be commensurate with experience.
The University of British Columbia is situated on the tip of a
peninsula, and is surrounded by beaches, lush green forests, and spectacular
views of ocean, mountains and downtown Vancouver. Just 20 minutes away
from both downtown and airport, this location enjoys a unique
combination of unsurpassed opportunities for outdoor recreation and easy
access to an exciting cosmopolitan city.
Applicants should submit their resume and the names of at least three
references to Nick Pippenger, Chair, Recruiting Committee, Department of
Computer Science, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4.
Applications will be accepted until 31 January 2001. In accordance
with Canadian Immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian
citizens and permanent residents of Canada. UBC hires on the basis of merit
and is committed to employment equity. We encourage all qualified persons
to apply. In order to address underrepresentation of members of designated
equity groups among senior faculty, we may consider making an appointment
at a higher rank for a woman, visible minority, disabled, or aboriginal
applicant with exceptional qualifications. The positions are subject to
availability of funding.
From: Linda Petzold <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2001 10:06:48 -0800
Subject: Postdoctoral Positions at University of California Santa Barbara
Postdoctoral positions are available in the Computational Science and
Engineering Research Group at the University of California Santa Barbara.
The positions are part of the interdisciplinary project "Computational
Infrastructure for Microfluidic Systems with Applications to
Biotechnology", which is jointly conducted by engineers, computer
scientists and numerical analysts. The project offers exciting
opportunities for research on a broad range of topics including
computational fluid dynamics, multiscale simulation, sensitivity and
uncertainty analysis, model reduction and design optimization.
Positions are available immediately for a period of one year,
renewable to two years. Applicants must have or soon expect to
receive a PhD in applied mathematics, computer science or other
relevant background in computational methods. There are no
citizenship restrictions on the positions.
Interested applicants can contact Linda Petzold
(email@example.com) for further inquiry, or can directly
send two letters of reference, a curriculum vitae and a statement of
research interests to: Professor Linda Petzold, Dept. of Computer
Science, University of California, Santa Barbara CA, 93106.
From: I G Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 04 Jan 2001 16:20:29 +0000
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Birmingham
Research Position in Computation of Flow in Heterogeneous Porous Media
The following announcement is for a Postdoctoral Research Associate
Position to be held in the School of Earth Sciences at the University
of Birmingham, UK. The project is to study the effect of upscaling
techniques on models of transport in heterogeneous porous media. It
involves parallel iterative solution of very large systems arising
from stochastic PDEs, approximated by mixed finite elements, and also the
statistical analysis of the results. Computations will be done using
domain decomposition techniques on a Cray T3E at Manchester Parallel
Computing Centre. The project is interdisciplinary: The Research
Assistant will be responsible directly to Prof Rae MacKay at
Birmingham, but will also consult with Mr Andrew Cliffe (AEA
Technology, Harwell UK) and Prof I. Graham (Dept of Mathematical
Sciences, University of Bath, UK) on industrial and computational aspects
Suitably qualified and interested candidates are urged to contact the
persons mentioned below as soon as possible and at the latest by 25th January.
Ivan Graham, University of Bath
Hydrogeology Research Group, School of Earth Sciences
REFERENCE NUMBER : S35579/00
HOURS : Full time
SALARY RANGE : =A316,775 - =A318,731 a year
DURATION : The post is available for 3 years
Hydrogeology Research Group, School of Earth Sciences
Applications are invited for a three-year research associate post to
study the scaling of physical transport in heterogeneous porous media.
The post is funded by the UK Natural Environment Research Council under
its Micro to Macro thematic programme. The post holder should have a
higher degree in Science or Engineering, have good mathematical skills
and be capable in numerical modelling and computing. Experience in
flow simulation would be an advantage. A background in the Earth
Sciences is not required although it would assist the post holder to
appreciate the significance of the research.
INFORMAL ENQUIRIES AND FURTHER DETAILS TO :
Professor R. Mackay, Tel: +44, 121 414 6142, e-mail: R.Mackay@bham.ac.uk
APPLICATION FORMS RETURNABLE TO :
The Director of Personnel Services
The University of Birmingham
B15 2TT, UK
Recruitment office fax: +44, 121 414 4802, telephone +44, 121-414-6481,
CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS : 25th January 2001 =
From: Henry Wolkowicz <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2001 11:49:20 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Postdoctoral Positions at University of Waterloo
Postdoctoral Positions in Optimization
Department of Combinatorics and Optimization
University of Waterloo
Applications are invited for postdoctoral positions in
optimization. Positions can be of one, two, or three
years duration. A Ph.D. and proven ability, or
the potential, for excellent research is required.
Successful candidates will be joining a group of more
than twenty faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate
students in optimization. The faculty members are:
Michael Best, Joseph Cheriyan, Bill Cunningham,
Jim Geelen, Bertrand Guenin, Adrian Lewis, Levent Tuncel,
and Henry Wolkowicz. Candidates in all areas of continuous
and discrete optimization will be considered.
Candidates in areas close to faculty members'
research areas are especially encouraged to apply.
More about Department activities, including research interests
of faculty, can be found on the web:
Appointments are expected to begin in summer 2001, but other
starting dates can be arranged.
Interested individuals should send a curriculum vita, up to 3
selected reprints/preprints, and the names of three references to:
Professor Bill Cunningham, Chair
Department of Combinatorics and Optimization
Faculty of Mathematics
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3G1
phone: (519) 888-4566 x3482
fax: (519) 725-5441
Applications will be considered as they are received. Closing
date for receipt of applications is March 15, 2001.
From: Homer Walker <walker@WPI.EDU>
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 12:24:42 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at WPI
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATESHIP
Applications are solicited for a postdoctoral research associateship
in the WPI Mathematical Sciences Department. The research will involve
the development of algorithms and codes for parallel computational
modeling of flows, chemical reactions, and structures in collaboration
with researchers at WPI and at the Center for Simulation of Accidental
Fires and Explosions (C-SAFE) at the University of Utah, a DOE/ASCI
Level I center. There will be excellent opportunities for close contact
and possible collaboration with researchers at several national
laboratories. Available computers will include a 32-CPU IBM RS/6000 SP
at WPI and possibly several massively parallel machines at national
laboratories. The appointment can begin at any time and will continue
through September 30, 2001 with a high likelihood of renewal for
at least one additional year. Requirements include an earned PhD in
a relevant area and a strong background in numerical algorithms for
large-scale scientific computing. Experience in parallel computing and
applications to fluid flow, chemical reactions, or structural modeling
are very desirable. Consideration of applications will begin immediately
and will continue until the position is filled. To apply, please send
a resume, a brief statement of research interests, and contact information
for three references to Homer Walker, Mathematical Sciences Department,
WPI, Worcester, MA 01609-2280. Applications may also be faxed to
508-831-5824 or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org (PostScript is acceptable
but no Word documents, please).
From: Mike Pettipher <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 04 Jan 2001 16:44:41 +0000
Subject: Research Positions at University of Manchester
Appointments in High Performance Computing at the University of
Computational Scientists/Software Engineer
The Manchester Research Centre for Computational Science (MRCCS) is a focus
for high performance computing and visualization activities based at the
University of Manchester. We provide, in particular, support for CSAR,
the flagship high performance computing service to UK academia and commerce,
based around an 816 processor Cray T3E. MRCCS is also actively involved in
research projects and in the forefront of the drive to create a Computational
Grid allowing distributed computer resources to be organised into a single
computational resource spanning international boundaries.
We are seeking:
Two Computational Scientists to join a team responsible for providing
computational support for the CSAR Service.
A Software Engineer to develop middleware to provide the crucial
components necessary to make the Computational Grid work.
For further details about the positions, please see:
or contact the Director of Personnel, University of Manchester,
Manchester M13 9PL (Tel +44 161 275 2028)
The closing date for applications is 19th January 2001.
From: Thomas Hogan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2001 09:25:02 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Contents, Journal of Approximation Theory
Table of Contents: J. Approx. Theory, Volume 107, Number 1, November 2000
Weierstrass and approximation theory
A. van Rooij and F. H. Ruymgaart
Fourier approximation and Hausdorff convergence
W. K. Bartoszek and C. Chinhanu
Best approximation, invariant measures, and fixed points
On quasi-Chebyshev subspaces of Banach spaces
On well posed generalized best approximation problems
Shunsheng Guo, Cuixiang Li, Xiwu Liu, and Zhanjie Song
Pointwise approximation for linear combinations of Bernstein operators
$\theta$-summation and Hardy spaces
Jorge Bustamante and Francisco Montalvo
Stone-Weierstrass theorems in $C^*(X)$
Letter to the editor
Stuart Ball and Ranko Bojanic
Table look-up method for the evaluation of functions
End of NA Digest