NA Digest Sunday, January 11, 2004 Volume 04 : Issue 02

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From: Joe Traub <>
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2004 10:00:30 -0700 (MST)
Subject: Distinguished Lecture at Columbia on Quantum Computation

Columbia University Computer Science Department
Winter 2004 Distinguished Lecture Series

Monday, January 26th - 11:00 a.m.
Interschool Lab, 7th floor, CEPSR Building

"Prospects for Quantum Computation"

David DiVincenzo
IBM Research

A "standard model" for the physical implementation of a quantum
computer was laid out some years ago. It indicated a set of
capabilities that had to be achieved to make quantum processing
possible: 1) systems with well-characterized qubits must be
constructed. 2) These qubits should be initializable to the "0" state.
3) It must be possible to control the one- and two-qubit Hamiltonian of
the system, so that unitary quantum logic gates are enacted. 4)
Decoherence and imprecision of gate operations must be kept very low.
5) Reliable measurements of the quantum state of individual qubits must
be possible. In this talk I will indicate current progress towards
these goals.


Dr. David P. DiVincenzo received his Ph.D. (1983), M.S.E. (1980) and
B.S.E. (1979) from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1985, he has
been a Research Staff Member in the Physical Sciences Department at the
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY. He has worked
throughout his career in various problems in condensed matter physics.
Since 1993, one of his main interests has been quantum computing; he
has important results in quantum information theory, and in the
physical realizations of quantum computers. In particular, he is well
known for proposing a set of five criteria (commonly called
DiVincenzo's checklist) for the physical implementation of quantum
computers. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and the
Editor-in-Chief of the Virtual Journal of Quantum Information.


From: Biswa Datta <>
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2004 12:05:35 -0600 (CST)
Subject: New Book on Numerical Methods for Linear Control

ANALYSIS" by Biswa Nath Datta

I am pleased to announce publication of my book:
"Numerical Methods for Linear Control Systems Design and Analysis"
Elsevier Academic Press, 2003 (ISBN : 0-12-203590-9).

The book describes the state-of-the-art computationally viable algorithms for
major tasks arising in linear control systems design and analysis with
a comparative study of the algorithms and recommendations for practicing
The book is appropriate for advanced graduate level courses in numerical
control techniques and self study, and intended to serve as a reference book
as well.
The book has fifteen chapters, organized into four parts, and includes a
CD-ROM containing a MATLAB-based Toolkit, called "MATCONTROL", implementing
major algorithms of the book.

Chapter 1 : Introduction and Review
Chapter 2 : A Review of Some Basic Concepts and Results from Theoretical
Linear Algebra
Chapter 3 : Some Fundamental Tools and Concepts from Numerical Linear
Chapter 4 : Canonical Forms obtained via Orthogonal Transformations
Chapter 5 : Linear State-Space Models and Solutions of the State Equations
Chapter 6 : Controllability, Observability, and Distance to Uncontrollability
Chapter 7 : Stability, Inertia, and Robust Stability
Chapter 8 : Numerical Solutions and Conditioning of Lyapunov and Sylvester
Chapter 9 : Realization and Subspace Identification
Chapter 10: Feedback Stabilization, Eigenvalue Assignment, and Optimal
Chapter 11 : Numerical Methods and Conditioning of the Eigenvalue
Assignment Problems
Chapter 12 : State Estimation : Observer and the Kalman Filter
Chapter 13 : Numerical Solutions and Conditioning of Algebraic Riccati
Chapter 14 : Internal Balancing and Model Reduction
Chapter 15 : Large-Scale Matrix Computations in Control: Krylov Subspace
Appendix A : Some Existing Software for Control Systems Design and Analysis
Appendix B : MATCONTROL and Listing of MATCONTROL Files
Appendix C : Case Study : Control of a 9-State Ammonia Reactor

Ordering Information: Within North America - Tel : 1-800-545-2522, Fax :
1-800-568-5136, E-mail :
Outside of North America - Tel : 800-460-3110 or 314-453-7010, Fax :
314-453-7095, E-mail :
Mail : Elsevier Science, Linacre House, Jordan Hill, Oxford 0X2 8DP
United Kingdom.


From: Fred Doolittle <>
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2004 20:13:00 -0700
Subject: IMSL C Numerical Library, V. 5.5 Available

Dear Colleagues,
Visual Numerics is pleased to announce the availability of the IMSL C
Numerical Library, Version 5.5.

The IMSL C Numerical Library expands functionality to the following areas:
- Additional Nonlinear Optimization routine is more robust and handles
larger problems
- Expanded Data Mining functionality
- Hierarchical Cluster Analysis
- Factor Analysis with a number of rotations
- Cross-correlation time series algorithms
- More Analysis of Variance for designed experiments
- More Survival and Reliability Analysis algorithms
- New Error Functions
- Expanded breadth for Probability Distributions

For more information on the IMSL C Numerical Library, please visit:

The IMSL C Numerical Library includes coverage of a broad range of
mathematics and statistics algorithm topics divided into 26 chapters,
ranging from linear algebra and transforms to optimization and multivariate
analysis. The library is written in 100% C and the algorithms embed and
operate anywhere C code operates. The IMSL C Numerical Library is currently
available on a wide and expanding selection of platforms.

Best Regards,
Fred Doolittle


From: Dominique Chapelle <>
Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2004 17:14:21 +0100
Subject: Short Course near Paris on Electromechanical Behaviour of the Heart

We are pleased to announce the CEA-EDF-INRIA School entitled
Electromechanical behaviour of the heart: confronting models with data
towards medical applications
April 26-30th 2004,
INRIA - Rocquencourt (Paris area), France

- Modelling and numerical simulation of action potential propagation and
muscle excitation/contraction;
- Data acquisition and processing techniques;
- Specific strategies to confront models with data;
- Medical challenges.

Dominique Chapelle and Frederique Clement (INRIA-Rocquencourt)

Theo Arts (Maastricht and Eindhoven Universities)
Nicholas Ayache (INRIA-Sophia-Antipolis)
Piero Colli Franzone (Pavia University and IMATI)
Alexander Panfilov (University of Dundee)
Jacques Sainte-Marie (INRIA-Rocquencourt)
Michel Sorine (INRIA-Rocquencourt)

For more information, see
(detailed program available in early 2004)



From: Knut Andreas Lie <>
Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2004 10:53:29 +0100
Subject: Short Course in Norway on Adaptive Methods

Dr. Holms Hotel, Geilo, Norway, March 7-12, 2004

Dr. Mats G. Larson (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden):
Introduction to adaptive methods, in particular:
* finite element methods
* adaptivity
* error estimation

Prof. Rolf Rannacher (University of Heidelberg, Germany):
Goal-oriented error estimation and adaptive methods and its
practical use for numerical simulation and optimization in
fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, chemistry and astrophysics.


Knut-Andreas Lie (SINTEF / University of Oslo)
Aslak Tveito (Simula Research Laboratory / University of Oslo)

Research Council of Norway through the BeMatA project

Please send your registration before January 23 2004 to Please supply name and contact
information (address, phone, fax, email).


Participants are expected to stay at Dr. Holms Hotel, Geilo
( The costs for rooms are 1 190 NOK
for single rooms, all meals included.

Participants who want alternative accommodation, must make all the
necessary arrangements themselves. As an example of inexpensive
accommodation, we can recommend Geilo Appartment, see the url:

Welcome to Geilo, one of the best winter-sport resorts in
Northern Europe!


From: Eilish Hathaway <>
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 10:28:29 -0800
Subject: IPAM Undergraduate Summder Program

Undergraduate Summer Program: We are very excited to announce the fourth
year of an innovative summer program for undergraduates at UCLA's
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics. We are recruiting talented
national and international undergraduates and would be grateful for your
assistance in bringing this program to their attention. Our program
called Research in Industrial Projects for Students ("RIPS") creates
teams of 3-5 undergraduates paired with faculty mentors and industry
liasons whose goal is to solve real-world industrial problems. Sponsors
included companies such as Pixar and national laboratories such as Los
Alamos. Last summer we completed our 3rd program and as in the previous
two years, it was very successful and the undergraduates who
participated were enthusiastic about their experience. More information,
including comments from students and information on prior projects can
be found on our website at

Questions can be addressed to

You can view and/or print out a poster for the program (and we'd be
grateful if you could post it in an area visible to undergraduates) at
this url


From: Eilish Hathaway <>
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 10:34:57 -0800
Subject: IPAM Workshop on Adaptive Optics

Workshop on "Estimation and Control Problems in Adaptive Optics"
( ) IPAM is pleased to announce a
workshop on "Estimation and Control Problems in Adaptive Optics" which
will run from January 22-24, 2004. The program will take place at the
IPAM building on the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles. The program is
organized by Brent Ellerbroek (National Optical Astronomical
Observatory), Don Gavel (Lawrence Livermore), Andrea M. Ghez (UCLA),
Mark Morris (UCLA), Stanley Osher (IPAM & UCLA) and Curt Vogel (MSU

We believe that this meeting can lead to a new synthesis of ideas and
numerous valuable collaborations and initiatives, towards a goal of
developing advanced control algorithms that will enable an entirely new
generation of AO for future giant telescopes.

Some funding is available for graduate students,post-docs and young
academics. Full information about the workshop, including speaker list
and online registration form is available at the following website:
Program specific questions can be directed to


From: Eilish Hathaway <>
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 10:41:08 -0800
Subject: IPAM Workshop on Astronomical Imaging

Workshop on "Mathematical Challenges in Astronomical Imaging"
( ): IPAM is pleased to announce a
workshop on "'Mathematical Challenges in Astronomical Imaging" which
will run from January 26-30, 2004. The program will take place at the
IPAM building on the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles. The program is
organized by Mark Morris, Chair (UCLA), Alanna Connors (Eureka
Scientific), Tim Cornwell (NRAO), Brent Ellerbroek (National Optical
Astronomical Observatory), Don Gavel (Lawrence Livermore National Lab),
Robert Hanisch (Space Telescope Science Institute), Margarita Karovska
(Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), Stanley Osher (IPAM &
UCLA) and David van Dyk (UC Irvine).

Topics to be covered include:
New Types of Astronomical Data
Direct Imaging Techniques/ Aperture Masking/ Imaging and Modelling with
Sparse Interferometer Data
Point Spread Function Extraction for Crowded Fields
Time-Domain Imaging
Imaging With Photon-Limited Data
Cosmic Microwave Background Imaging

Some funding is available for graduate students,post-docs and young
academics. Full information about the workshop, including speaker list
and online registration form is available at the following website:
Program specific questions can be directed to


From: Jose Castillo <>
Date: Wed, 07 Jan 2004 09:14:58 -0800
Subject: Workshop in Honduras on Computational Science

On behalf of the PANAM 2004 Organizing Committee, I would like to invite you
to participate in the Fifth Pan-American Workshop in Computational Science
and Engineering to be held in Tegucigalpa Honduras June 21-25 2004.

Selected papers presented at the previous Panamerican Workshop in Applied
and Computational Mathematics appear in Applied Numerical Mathematics,
Vol. 47, December 2003.

Selected papers presented at Vth conference will be refereed and if
accepted, published in a Special Issue of the Journal of Applied Numerical

I would also like you to consider the possibility of organizing an invited
MiniSymposium related to a topic of your research interest within the theme
of the Workshop.

You can find information about the suggested steps to organize a
Minisymposium in the submissions link, within the conference web page

Best Regards, Jose


From: Alex Pothen <>
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 11:36:40 -0500 (EST)
Subject: SIAM Workshop on Combinatorial Scientific Computing

The SIAM Workshop on Combinatorial Scientific Computing (CSC04)
will be organized on Feb 27, 28 2004,
at the Hyatt at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco.
The Workshop is being held in conjunction with the
11th SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing.
The program and abstracts of the talks for the Workshop
are now available at
Early registration is available until Jan 27, 2004

We have partial travel support available for graduate students,
post-doctoral associates, and early-career researchers.
Please contact me at for further information.

--Alex Pothen
For the CSC04 Organizing Committee
John Gilbert, Bruce Hendrickson, Horst Simon, and Sivan Toledo


From: Connie Young <>
Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2004 13:48:50 -0500
Subject: SIAM Conference on Imaging Science

SIAM Conference on Imaging Science (IS04)
May 3-5, 2004
Marriott City Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group on Imaging Science

The program schedule is now available

Sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group on Imaging Science (SIAG/IS)

Current developments in the technology of imaging have led to an explosive
growth in the interdisciplinary field of imaging science. With the advent
of new devices capable of seeing objects and structures not previously
imagined, the reach of science and medicine has been extended in a
multitude of different ways. The impact of this technology has been to
generate new challenges associated with the problems of formation,
acquisition, compression, transmission, and analysis of images. By their
very nature, these challenges cut across the disciplines of physics,
engineering, mathematics, biology, medicine, and statistics. While the
primary purpose of this conference is to focus on mathematical issues, the
biomedical aspects of imaging will also play an important role.

Chris Johnson, University of Utah
Ross Whitaker, University of Utah

INVITED SPEAKERS (partial list)
Peter Basser, National Institutes of Health
Gadiel Seroussi, Hewlett Packard
Albert Tarantola, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France
Arthur Toga, University of California, Los Angeles
Brian Wandell, Stanford University

* Image acquisition
* Image reconstruction and restoration
* Image storage, compression, and retrieval
* Image coding and transmission
* PDEs in image filtering and processing
* Image registration and warping
* Image modeling and analysis
* Statistical aspects of imaging
* Wavelets and multiscale analysis
* Multidimensional imaging sciences
* Inverse problems in imaging sciences
* Mathematics of visualization
* Biomedical imaging
* Applications


From: Connie Young <>
Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2004 14:58:36 -0500
Subject: SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures

The Call for Presentations for this conference is available at:

Minisymposium proposals: 03/30/04
Minisymposium abstracts and contributed abstracts
in lecture or poster format: 04/27/04

Nonlinear Waves in Optics and Periodic Structures
Waves in Fluids, the Atmosphere and Oceans
Coherent Structures in Biology
Semiclassical Asymptotics and Multisoliton Turbulence
Nonlinear Waves in Bose-Einstein Condensation
Stability of Solitary Waves

David Cai, Courant Institute, New York University
Riemann-Hilbert Methods and Integrable Systems
Percy Deift, Courant Institute, New York University
Christopher Jones, University of North Carolina
Andrew J. Majda, Courant Institute, New York University
Lev Pitaevskii, Dipartimento di Fisica, Universit di Trento and BEC-INFM,
Povo, Italy and Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems, Moscow, Russia
Vladimir E. Zakharov, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Moscow,
Russia and the University of Arizona

For additional information visit


From: Arde Guran <>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 09:33:37 +0100
Subject: Conference in Prague on Mechatronics

Dear Colleagues,

I write to inform you, the members of na-digest, as a fellow na-netter,


MECH2K4: International Congress on MECHATRONICS, 7-9 July
2004, Prague, Czech Republic, hosted by the Mechatronics Laboratory of
Czech Technical University in Prague.

I am a member of the organizing committee and convening the
session on MECHATRONICS EDUCATION. There are also other
sessions dedicated to:


Our website is

The conference programme is taking shape, so you might consider
submitting a paper or participating the the conference.

Should you be interested in pursuing this avenue, please reply to:

Many thanks for your consideration of this matter. Please pass
this information along to your colleagues who may have an interest.

Yours sincerely,

Arde Guran


From: Chuck Gartland <>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 20:59:07 -0500
Subject: Faculty Position at Kent State University

Kent State University
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Kent, OH 44242

Tenure-Track Positions in Mathematics

We invite applications for one tenure-track position in applied
mathematics in the areas of financial mathematics or computational
finance and one or more tenure-track positions (pending budget
approval) in mathematics in the areas of algebra or analysis. The
appointments are to be at the Assistant Professor level and are to
begin August 16, 2004.

Candidates are required to have a Ph.D. within the mathematical
sciences and preference will be given to candidates with some
postdoctoral experience. They are expected to have strong potential in
research (including the potential to attract external funding) and in
teaching. They should be able to contribute to the interdisciplinary
outreach of the department or to support established research

The successful candidate for the applied mathematics position will be
expected to contribute to and help develop our highly-rated,
cross-disciplinary Master's program in Financial Engineering
( and should have a background in
financial mathematics and/or computational finance. Desirable research
areas include, but are not limited to, theoretical or computational
aspects of differential equations (stochastic or deterministic),
statistical modeling, optimization, and wavelet analysis.

Candidates in algebra or analysis should have a background that
complements or broadens our existing strengths in these areas.

Kent State University is a spacious, residential campus serving more
than 24,000 students. It is situated in a small university town
within 30 miles of the major metropolitan area of Cleveland, Ohio. The
Department of Mathematical Sciences is in the College of Arts and
Sciences and houses programs through the doctoral level in pure and
applied mathematics. There are currently 24 tenure-track or tenured
faculty. For further information about the department, please visit
the website (

Applicants should send a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and at
least three letters of reference to the Mathematics Search Committee
at the above address. Applicants are also requested to use the AMS
standardized application format, forms for which are available through
the American Mathematical Society ( Questions
regarding these positions may be sent to Applicants whose completed applications are
received by January 20, 2004, are assured of receiving full

Kent State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.


From: John R Whiteman <>
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 15:35:24 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: Chair and Lectureship Position at Brunel University

Chair and Lectureship in Computational Mathematics
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK

Applications are invited for a Chair and a Lectureship in Computational
Mathematics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Brunel
University. Applied Mathematics, including Computational Mathematics,
at Brunel was graded 5 in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise. The
successful candidates for these posts will be expected to contribute
strongly to maintaining and enhancing our research record.

Chair in Computational Mathematics (Ref: B7773/1)

The post of Professor of Computational Mathematics offers the opportunity
for providing leadership in the further development of a strong research
programme in a supportive department. Applications are encouraged from
persons with strong records of research and achievement in any area of
Computational Mathematics. Current research in the Department, including
that of the "Brunel Institute of Computational Mathematics" (BICOM), is on
the theory and application of finite element and finite difference
methods for problems involving differential and integro-differential
equations. Related major activities in Applied Mathematics include
research on wave theory and its applications.

The appointed Professor will be expected to provide research and
academic leadership, to conduct significant research and to publish in
leading academic journals, and to gain external research funding to
support and expand research activities.

Lecturer in Computational Mathematics (Ref: B7774/1)

Candidates should have achieved research distinction or have strong research
potential in a branch of Computational Mathematics. The post of Lecturer in
Computational Mathematics offers the opportunity to join and contribute
to a successful research programme in Computational Mathematics in a
supportive department. Applicants will be expected to undertake research
and to publish in leading journals, to gain external research funding, and
to contribute to the teaching programme of the department in mathematics.

Informal enquiries for both positions may be made to:

Professor J. R. Whiteman, Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 3PH, U.K.
Tel: -44 1895 203270,

Further details and application forms may be obtained from the
Department's website,

CLOSING DATE 23 January, 2004.


From: Max Gunzburger <>
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 10:40:51 -0500
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Florida State University

Postdoctoral position
School of Computational Science and Information Technology
Florida State University

A postdoctoral position is available at the School of Computational
Science and Information Technology at Florida State University in a
research project that involves the following elements:

1. the development and implementation of design-of-experiment
strategies for reduced-order modeling, uncertainty quantification, and
optimal and feedback control of fluid systems;
2. and implementation of novel reduced-order modeling methodologies
of flow systems for simulation and optimal and feedback control
3. the experimental verification of computational strategies for the
control and synthesis of fluid systems.

The primary residence for the postdoctoral associate will be the School
of Computational Science and Information Technology at Florida State
University, Tallahassee, Florida. However, the associate will be paid
by the University of Florida and will have to make several trips each
year to the University of Florida Graduate Engineering and Research
Center (GERC) in Shalimar, Florida (near the beach resort of Destin,
Florida and approximately a 2.5 hour drive from Tallahassee). In
addition to working with Max Gunzburger, the associate will interact
with Dr. Andy Kurdila and other research personnel at GERC and also at
the Eglin Air Force Base.

The duration of the postdoctoral associate will be 2 years at a salary
of $45,000 per year. Travel and subsistence funds for the visits to
GERC will be provided, as are travel and subsistence funds for
attending one professional meeting each year.

Interested parties should send their CVs and have three letters of
recommendation sent (all in electronic form) to:
Max Gunzburger at


From: Ron Boisvert <>
Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2004 18:07:43 -0500
Subject: Contents, ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software

Table of Contents
ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software
December 2003, Volume 29, Number 4

For more information, including abstracts and access
to full text, see

DGALAHAD, a library of thread-safe Fortran 90 packages for large-scale
nonlinear optimization
Nicholas I. M. Gould, Dominique Orban, Philippe L. Toint

CUTEr and SifDec: A constrained and unconstrained testing environment,
Nicholas I. M. Gould, Dominique Orban, Philippe L. Toint

Parallel frontal solvers for large sparse linear systems
Jennifer A. Scott

Fast contouring of solutions to partial differential equations
Emma L. Bradbury, Wayne H. Enright

Modeling the performance of interface contraction
H. Martin Bucker, Arno Rasch

Algorithm 828: DNSPLIN1: discrete nonlinear spline interpolation
Robert J. Renka


From: Science Direct <>
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2004 07:51:52 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Contents, Nonlinear Analysis

Nonlinear Analysis
Volume 56, Issue 4, Pages 465-641 (February 2004)
Volume 56, Issue 3, Pages 309-464 (February 2004)

Nonlinear Analysis Volume 56, Issue 4, Pages 465-641 (February 2004)


Invariant manifolds, global attractors and almost periodic solutions of
nonautonomous difference equations, Pages 465-484
David Cheban and Cristiana Mammana

Generic hyperbolicity for the equilibria of the one-dimensional parabolic
equation ut=(a(x)ux)x+f(u), Pages 485-500
Antonio L. Pereira

Some new results on the existence of periodic solutions to a kind of
Rayleigh equation with a deviating argument, Pages 501-514
Shiping Lu and Weigao Ge

Asymptotic behavior and attractors for reaction diffusion equations in
unbounded domains, Pages 515-554
Jose. M. Arrieta, Jan. W. Cholewa, Tomasz Dlotko and Anibal Rodriguez-Bernal

Multiple solutions for an elliptic system on bounded and unbounded domains,
Pages 555-568
C. O. Alves, D. C. de Morais Filho and O. H. Miyagaki

On the initial boundary value problem for Temple systems, Pages 569-589
Rinaldo M. Colombo and Alessandro Groli

Twist periodic solutions of repulsive singular equations, Pages 591-599
Pedro J. Torres and Meirong Zhang

A theorem about representation of Palais-Smale sequence and its applications,
Pages 601-624
Shaowei Chen and Yongqing Li

Existence of equilibria for generalized games without paracompactness,
Pages 625-632
Ji-Cheng Hou

On the number of periodic orbits of Hamiltonian systems on positive-type
hypersurfaces in R2n, Pages 633-641
Tianqing An

Nonlinear Analysis Volume 56, Issue 3, Pages 309-464 (February 2004)

Fixed set theory for closed correspondences with applications to
self-similarity and games, Pages 309-330
Efe A. Ok

Quasilinear hemivariational inequalities with strong resonance at infinity,
Pages 331-345
Michael E. Filippakis, Leszek Gasinski and Nikolaos S. Papageorgiou

The behavior of weak solutions to the boundary value problems for elliptic
quasilinear equations with triple degeneration in a neighborhood of a
boundary edge, Pages 347-384
Mikhail Borsuk

Homogenization of a model of cure process for composites, Pages 385-413
Salha Meliani and Laetitia Paoli

Free vibrations for an asymmetric beam equation II, Pages 415-432
Jia-Quan Liu

On the continuity properties of the attainable sets of control systems
with integral constraints on control, Pages 433-449
Kh. G. Guseinov, O. Ozer and E. Akyar

Positive steady-state solutions of the Noyes-Field model for
Belousov-Zhabotinskii reaction, Pages 451-464
Rui Peng and Mingxin Wang


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