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From: Ian Gladwell <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 09:03:31 -0600
Subject: Seeking Reviewers for Computing Reviews
The following announces a search for new reviewers for Computing Reviews:
CR publishes reviews of articles and books across all areas of computer science.
The monthly print publication was established in 1960 by the Association for
Computing Machinery (ACM). In 2001, the web version of CR
(<http://www.reviews.com>) was launched in partnership with Reviews.com,
a publisher of reviews focusing on academic and professional literature.
In the online edition, new reviews are published each day, providing our
readers with an overview of the field that is continuously updated.
If you join us as a reviewer, you'll first complete an application, and,
upon being accepted, you'll set up your own Alert Profile that targets
material published in your areas of interest. You'll have the option of
using our database to find and select articles and books for review.
Our editorial staff will also invite you to review particular items.
Like the editors who make up the board on which I serve, CR's reviewers are
classified according to their areas of interest. The available material for
review is matched to reviewers based on the subjects they indicated on their
application. It is the expertise and insight of our reviewers that makes CR
noteworthy and timely. Exceptional reviews are highlighted on a weekly basis.
Please take a look at CR at <http://www.reviews.com>. To apply, click on the
red Reviewer's Area tab at the bottom left of any page, or go to
<http://www.reviews.com/reviewer>, and click on the Become a Reviewer button."
-- Ian Gladwell
From: Biswa Datta <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 08:24:26 -0600 (CST)
Subject: C. R. Rao Institute Created
Osmania University in India has established recently the C. R. Rao
Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science to honor
Professor C. R. Rao, eminent statistician and Emeritus Eberly Professor
of Statistics at Pennsylvania State University.
Professor Rao is a Fellow of Royal Society (UK), member of National
Academy of Sciences and National Medal of Science Laureate,USA, and Padma
Vibhusan (second highest civilian honor) recipient of Govt.of India.
The main aims and objectives of this institute are to promote research and
advanced study in mathematics, statistics and computer sciences, and to
serve as a focal point for advanced research in these areas. The institute
will organize workshops, conferences, lecture series, and symposia to bring
the various developments in these disciplines to the attention of
researchers in these areas.
The institute will also have a museum illustrating the history of mathematics
and statistics and their uses in scientific research, quality control in
industry and improving social welfare. The museum is intended to serve
as an inspiration to young students to pursue education and research in
Professor Rao is well-known to the linear algebra community.
Please join me to congratulate him for this very distinct and deserving
honor. We are all proud of him and his achievements.
Biswa Nath Datta
Northern Illinois University
Department of Mathematical Sciences
From: Clemens Heine <Clemens.Heine@springer-sbm.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 11:01:53 +0100
Subject: New Handbook on Computational Statistics
James E. Gentle, Wolfgang Härdle, Yuichi Mori (Eds.): Handbook of
Computational Statistics - Concepts and Methods; XII, 1070 pages, ISBN
3-540-40464-3 Springer-Verlag, July 2004
The handbook is divided into four parts. It begins with an overview over the
field of Computational Statistics. The second part presents several topics
in the supporting field of statistical computing. Emphasis is placed on the
need of fast and accurate numerical algorithms and it discusses some of the
basic methodologies for transformation, data base handling and graphics
treatment. The third part focuses on statistical methodology. Special
attention is given to smoothing, iterative procedures, simulation and
visualization of multivariate data. The inclusion of a set of selected
applications like bioinformatics, medical imaging, finance and network
intrusion detection highlight the usefulness of computational statistics.
For further details, please contact
Editor Mathematics and Statistics
D-69121 Heidelberg, Germany
From: Karen <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 17:34:58 -0800
Subject: Fortran Flowchart Generator
FORTRAN flowchart generator now supports f90 specifications.
OmegaChart ver. 2.0 is a FORTRAN Flowchart generator.
This package converts a FORTRAN source code (f77 & f90, fixed or free form)
to their Flowchart equivalence. The generated flowchart is then transmitted
as an Excel file.
OmegaChart 2.0 is useful for untangle behind-the-scenes programming logic in a
messy spaghetti code and therefore generate visual documentation of the
execution route. While other analysis tools only provides you "assembly level"
info such as calling trees or variables attributes, OmegaChart provide
detailed "module level" logic such as loops, if-elseif-endif constructs and
With OmegaChart, you can effortlessly minimize the use of GOTO's and therefore
"modernize" your code.
Whether you are a programmer, a program analyst or a software maintain
personnel, OmegaChart is a "MUST HAVE" tool to ease your life. It can relief
you hundreds or even thousands hours of headache.
Version 2.0 supports FORTRAN-90 language standard.
Interested user may download a demo copy of this package via
p.s. Many Bugs from previous release has be removed.
From: Karol Mikula <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 16:40:39 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Conference in Slovakia on Scientific Computing
Until December 31, 2004, it is possible to register for participation and
presentation of contributed lecture and/or poster at ALGORITMY 2005
conference. The main conference topics are
- computational fluid dynamics,
- nonlinear heat and mass transfer,
- modelling of flow in porous media,
- image processing and computer vision,
- data analysis and pattern recognition,
- free boundary problems,
- inverse problems,
- computational geometry and grid generation,
- computational finance,
- scientific visualization,
- software for scientific computations,
- direct and iterative methods for large linear algebraic systems,
- preconditioning techniques,
- optimization and nonlinear algebraic problems,
- eigenvalue problems,
- numerical stability.
See the webpage http://www.math.sk/alg2005.
From: Jorge More' <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 15:27:27 -0600
Subject: Conference in Chicago on Frontiers in Economics and Computation
The University of Chicago Economics Research Center is
sponsoring a conference on "Frontiers in Economics and
The conference will be held at the University of Chicago
Gleacher Center on December 1, 2004. The Frontiers
conference is a one day meeting of leading researchers in
Economics and Scientific Computing. The conference will
provide a place for economists to make connections with
numerical analysts and learn state of the art computational
methods. The aim of the conference is to develop interdisciplinary
contacts between economists and non-economists interested in
computational methods. The conference is open to the public
and is free of charge, but contact Adam Zanolini
<firstname.lastname@example.org> if you plan to attend.
Invited speakers are Paul Hovland, Sven Leyffer, Jorge More'
(Argonne National Laboratory), Leonid Kogan, Daniela Pucci
de Farias (MIT), and Karl Schmedders (Northwestern University).
For details and updates, please visit
From: Marcin Paprzycki <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 19:34:21 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Conference in Poland on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics
FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS
SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
PARALLEL PROCESSING AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
September 13-16, 2005
The PPAM 2005 conference, sixth in a series, will cover topics in parallel
and distributed processing, including theory and applications, as well as
applied mathematics. The focus will be on Grid computing. The conference
organizers hope this event will provide an open forum for exchanging views
between specialists from over the world.
PPAM is a biennial conference. Five previous events have been held in
different places in Poland. The proceedings of the last two conferences
have been published by Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences (Naleczow, 2001,
LNCS Vol.2328; Czestochowa, 2003, LNCS Vol.3019). Next year the PPAM
conference will take place in Poznan, the first Polish capital, an
alluring city famous for its past and present.
TOPICS OF INTEREST
Topics of interest include (but are not limited) to:
* Parallel/distributed and Grid architectures, enabling technologies
* Cluster computing
* Pervasive, mobile,and ubiquitous computing
* Parallel/distributed algorithms
* Scheduling, mapping, load balancing
* Performance analysis and prediction
* Parallel/distributed/Grid programming
* Tools and environments for parallel/distributed/Grid processing
* Numerical linear algebra
* Methods of solving differential equations
* Evolutionary computing and neural networks
* Mathematical and computer methods in mechanics, material processing, biology
and medicine, physics, chemistry, business, environmental modeling, etc.
* Applications of parallel/distributed/Grid computing
* Methods and tools for parallel solution of large-scale problems
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (tentative list)
Ewa Deelman University of Southern California, USA
Geoffrey Fox Indiana University, USA
Jack Dongarra University of Tennessee and ORNL, USA
Jacek Gondzio University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Kate Keahey Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Eric Kronstadt IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA
Andre Merzky Vrije Universiteit,The Netherlands
Charles D. Norton Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA
Yousef Saad University of Minnesota, USA
Ed Seidel Louisiana State University, USA
& Albert-Einstein-Institut, Germany
Boleslaw K. Szymanski Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Ziga Turk University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Jerzy Wasniewski Technical University of Denmark
Institute of Computer & Information Sciences
Czestochowa University of Technology
Dabrowskiego 73, 42-200 Czestochowa, Poland
Phone: +48 606 878 654
Fax: +48 34 3250 589
From: Sergey Sarykalin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2004 20:32:09 -0500
Subject: Conference in Florida on Risk Management
International Conference on
"Risk Management and Quantitative Approaches in Finance"
Date: April 6-8, 2005
Location: Hilton Hotel-Conference Center, University of Florida, Gainesville
The conference will present state-of-the-art results and latest advances in
risk management and finance, including market, credit, and operational risk;
algorithms and techniques for portfolio management, optimization and statistical
estimation; assets and liability management; optimal trading and execution
strategies; simulation and optimization approaches to pricing derivatives.
While its main focus will be on finance applications, the conference will also
cover risk management approaches in energy, military, medical, and supply chain
operations management. The conference will be organized into several sections,
including: (1) modern techniques for portfolio management and optimization;
(2) theory and practice of risk management; and (3) modeling financial and
energy derivatives; (4) extensions beyond financial markets.
Website of the conference: http://www.ise.ufl.edu/rmfe/events/qf2005/
Organizers: Prof. Farid AitSahlia and Prof. Stan Uryasev, Risk Management and
Financial Engineering Lab, University of Florida.
The conference will be preceded by the Workshop on
"Integrated Risk-Return Management: New Approach to Management of Bank
Portfolio" on April 4-5, 2005.
Workshop website: http://www.ise.ufl.edu/rmfe/events/ws2005/
- New Risk Measures (VaR, CVaR, CDaR) for the Bank Portfolio
- Bank-wide Integrated Risk Measurement and Capital Allocation
- Integration of Risk and Return Management
- Risk-Return Portfolio Optimization of the Bank Portfolio
- Integration of Regulatory and Internal Risk Management
Dr. Ursula A. Theiler, Risk Training, CEO, is a professional training
For additional information, see personal site
and Risk Training site
Prof. Stan Uryasev at the University of Florida is the director of the Risk
Management and Financial Engineering (RMFE) Lab. For additional information,
see personal site http://www.ise.ufl.edu/uryasev and site of the RMFE Lab.,
From: Kees Oosterlee <C.W.Oosterlee@math.tudelft.nl>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 14:48:47 +0100
Subject: Conference in The Netherlands on Multigrid Methods
First call for papers:
We are pleased to announce the 8th European Multigrid Conference on
Multigrid, Multilevel and Multiscale Methods. The conference will take place
on September 27 - 30, 2005, at De Pier in Scheveningen, The Netherlands
and is organized in the framework of the European Community on
Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (Eccomas).
This congress is devoted to dissemination of recent advances and ideas
concerning multigrid, multilevel and multiscale methods. Multigrid methods
are generally accepted as being the fastest numerical methods for the
solution of elliptic partial differential equations. Furthermore, they are
regarded as among the fastest methods for many other problems like other
types of partial differential equations, integral equations etc.
If the multigrid idea is generalized to other structures than grids, one
obtains multilevel, multiscale or multi-resolution methods, which can
successfully be used also for very different types of problems, e.g.
problems characterized by matrix structures, particle structures etc.
A broad range of problems in the sciences and engineering require multiscale
modeling and simulation techniques, because of the range of scales involved
and the prohibitively large number of variables implied by a monoscale
approach. Multigrid, multilevel and multiscale methods are interrelated in
Therefore, the congress aims to bring researchers in these fields together.
Previous meetings in the EMG series were held in Cologne (1981,1985), Bonn
(1991), Amsterdam (1993), Stuttgart (1996), Ghent (1999) and Hohenwart
* Multigrid methods, Multilevel and related solvers,
* Algebraic Multigrid,
* Theory and applications of methods,
* New fields of application,
* Multiscale solution methods and modeling.
L. Grasedyck (MPI Leipzig, Germany)
R Hiptmair (ETH Zuerich, Switzerland)
R. Kornhuber (FU. Berlin, Germany)
Ch. Reisinger (Oxford, UK)
A. Reusken (Aachen, Germany)
J. Schoeberl (U. Linz, Austria)
P. Vassilevski (Lawrence Livermore, CASC, US)
Weinan E (Princeton, US)
J. Xu (Penn State, US)
I. Yavneh (Technion, Haifa, Israel)
For more information and the call for papers, see the conference website:
From: Raymond Mejia <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2004 07:38:16 -0500
Subject: Special Session in Aruba Conference on Social Simulations
Call for papers
A special session, promoted by IASSA, at the 5th IASTED International
Conference on MODELLING, SIMULATION, AND OPTIMIZATION ~MSO 2005~ to be
held in August 29-31, 2005 at Oranjestad, Aruba will deal specifically
with Social Simulations. The event is aimed at promoting the networking of
scientist using social simulations as a tool to understand economic and
social issues underlying sustainable economic development and other
relevant social, political and economic features that emerge from the
social dynamics of human society.
Prospective contributors are invited to submit an abstract of their papers
to firstname.lastname@example.org. We aim to assemble a selected group of highly original
and scientifically sound researchers in the areas of Artificial Societies
and Social Simulations that maintain and foster bridges with Experimental
and Ethological Economy or other sound experimental sciences. Papers
should be received not later that December 31.
Centro de Estudios Estratégicos
Universidad Simón Bolívar
Apartado 89000, Caracas 1080
From: Laurence Yang <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 14:52:36 -0400
Subject: Workshop in Denver, PDSEC
The 6th International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Scientific
and Engineering Computing (PDSEC-05)
April 4-8, 2005 in Denver, Colorado, USA
Scope and Interests:
The field of high performance computing has earned prominence through
advances in electronic and integrated technologies beginning in the
1940s. Current times are very exciting and the years to come will
witness a proliferation in the use of parallel and distributed systems.
The scientific and engineering application domains have a key role in
shaping future research and development activities in academia and
industry, especially when the solution of large and complex problems
must cope with tight timing schedules.
This special workshop is to bring together computer scientists, applied
mathematicians and researchers to present, discuss and exchange ideas,
results, work in progress and experiences in the area of parallel and
distributed computing for problems in science and engineering
applications and inter-disciplinary applications.
Among the main topics (but not limited to) are:
1. development of advanced parallel and distributed methods,
2. parallel and distributed computing techniques and codes,
3. practical experiences using various parallel and distributed systems
with software such as MPI, PVM, and HPFortran, OpenMP, etc.
4. domain decomposition,
5. loop and task parallelism,
6. scheduling and load balancing,
7. compiler, hardware and OS issues for scientific and engineering
8. memory system and I/O supports for scientific and engineering
9. Hardware/software support for performance, power and energy-aware
10. Network, Mobile/wireless processing and computing,
11. performance modeling and evaluation of scientific and engineering
12. cluster and grid scientific and engineering computing.
Laurence T. Yang (General Co-Chair)
Thomas Rauber(General Co-Chair)
Ruppa K. Thulasiram (Program Co-Chair)
Gudula R¨¹nger (Program Co-Chair)
From: Deok-Soo Kim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2004 09:18:39 +0000 (UTC)
Subject: Workshop in Singapore on Optimization
2005 International Conference on Computational Science and its Applications
Singapore, May 09-12, 2005
TECHNICAL WORKSHOP ON
Optimization: Theories and Applications (OTA) 2005
We are pleased to announce OTA workshop to be held as a part of The Inter-
national Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA) 2005.
ICCSA2005 will be held in Suntec City, Singarpore, May 9-12, 2005.
The topics to be presented in OTA sessions include, but not limited to
Large Scale Optimization
Combinatorial and Discrete Optimization
Optimizations in Biosystems
Optimizations in Telecommunications
Supply Chain Management
Production Planning and Control
Inventory Control and Material Flow
Other Industrial Applications of Operations Research
We would also greatly appreciate if you could forward the information about
the conference to those of your colleagues who may be interested in
participation. For further details, please contact
email@example.com or one of the workshop organizers as follows.
Prof. In-Jae Jeong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Prof. Dong-Ho Lee(email@example.com)
Prof. Deok-Soo Kim(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Department of Industrial Engineering
#17 Haengdang-Dong, Sungdong-Ku
From: Iain Duff <I.Duff@rl.ac.uk>
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2004 01:41:00 GMT
Subject: Workshop in Toulouse on Combinatorial Scientific Computing
Second International Workshop on Combinatorial Scientific Computing (CSC05)
June 21--23, 2005
The Second International Workshop on Combinatorial Scientific Computing
(CSC05) will be organized at CERFACS, Toulouse, June 21--23, 2005.
The workshop, organized in cooperation with SIAM, CERFACS,
ENSEEIHT-IRIT, and INRIA, will provide a forum for
researchers interested in the interaction of
combinatorial mathematics and algorithms with scientific computing
to discuss current developments in research.
CSC05 follows the pioneering
SIAM Workshop on Combinatorial Scientific Computing (CSC04)
held at San Francisco in Feb 2004.
The CSC04 Workshop, attended by close to a hundred participants,
featured three plenary talks and 21 selected talks
on the themes of sparse matrix computations, high-performance algorithms,
combinatorial problems in optimization and automatic differentiation,
mesh generation, computational biology, and combinatorial matrix theory.
The CSC05 Workshop aims to bring together researchers interested in
these themes as well as other aspects of combinatorial mathematics and
algorithms in scientific computing, broadly interpreted.
Researchers in emerging application areas as well as theoretical areas
that intersect with combinatorial scientific computing, e.g., information
science, networks, bioinformatics, and combinatorial optimization,
are invited to participate.
Contributed presentations in lecture format are invited in all areas
consistent with the workshop themes.
A 2-page extended abstract, in PDF format,
of a proposed talk should be submitted by February 21, 2005.
The submission procedure is described
on the web page for the conference (listed above).
Authors will be notified of acceptance of their talks by mid March.
Toulouse, the capital of the Midi-Pyrenees region of France,
is a European center for science and technology,
and is close to the Pyrenees mountains, the Mediterranean Sea,
Carcassone, and many tourist attractions.
The Workshop will be held at the Conference Center of the
Meteo France campus, where CERFACS is located.
A limited number of rooms (single and double) will be available
at the Meteo.
Further details on workshop registration, hotels and housing
options, etc., will be posted as they become available at
the conference web page.
Patrick R. Amestoy (IRIT, Toulouse and ScAlApplix, INRIA)
Iain Duff (CERFACS, France and Rutherford Appleton Lab, UK)
Luc Giraud (CERFACS, France)
Serge Gratton (CERFACS, France)
Brigitte Yzel (Secretary)
Iain Duff, CERFACS and Rutherford Laboratory (Co-Chair)
John Gilbert, University of California, Santa Barbara (Co-Chair)
Alex Pothen, Old Dominion University (Co-Chair)
Patrick R. Amestoy, IRIT, Toulouse and ScAlApplix, INRIA
Rob Bisseling, University of Utrecht
Andreas Griewank, Humboldt University, Berlin
Jean-Yves L'Excellent, INRIA, Lyon
Cynthia A. Phillips, Sandia National Labs
Bryan Shader, University of Wyoming
From: Fayssal Benkhaldoun <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 10:46:03 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Symposium in Morocco on Finite Volumes
Fourth International Symposium on
Finite Volumes for Complex Applications
- Problems and Perspectives -
July 4-8, 2005 / Marrakech, Morocco
Aim of the symposium:
The organisers intend to give the opportunity of a large and critical
discussion about the various aspects of Finite Volume methods:
Mathematical results, numerical techniques, but also validations via
industrial applications and comparisons with experimental test results.
By critical we mean that the qualities of the methods but also their
limits should be shown, as well as new approaches. New ideas are
The fourth International Symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex
Applications follows the first symposium held in Rouen, France in 1996,
the second one held in Duisburg, Germany, in 1999, and the third
symposium held in Porquerolles, France in 2002.
Researchers, engineers and general users in the fields of applied
mathematics, numerical analysis, fluid mechanics and other fields of the
applied sciences who are concerned with Finite Volume Techniques for any
application. Honoured scientists, industrial delegates and students are
From: Dianne O'Leary <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 15:22:13 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Faculty Position, University of Maryland
The Computer Science Department at the University of Maryland
College Park has a small number of faculty openings this year,
and we are pleased to announce that we have been awarded a
Clare Booth Luce fellowship to provide both salary support and
discretionary funding for an exceptionally qualified junior
woman hired as a tenure-track faculty member.
Applicants in scientific computing are encouraged to apply.
Current faculty include G.W. (Pete) Stewart, Howard Elman, Ramani
Duraiswami, and me, as well as numerical analysis colleagues in
the Mathematics Department.
Candidates who are interested should send curriculum vitae,
research summary, and the names of at least four references to:
University of Maryland
Department of Computer Science
Attention: Recruiting Committee
College Park, Maryland 20742-3255
At the time they apply, candidates should ask their references
to send recommendations that address their research and teaching
The University of Maryland is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative
From: Jonathan Hu <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2004 12:11:34 -0700
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Sandia National Laboratories
Postdoctoral Research Position at Sandia National Laboratories
The Computation, Computers, Information, and Mathematics Center
(http://www.cs.sandia.gov) at Sandia National Laboratories is seeking highly
motivated and talented researchers in computational science to apply for a
postdoctoral research position at either of our two locations, Albuquerque,
New Mexico or Livermore, California. While all applicants will be considered,
preference will be given to those whose research is directly or indirectly
related to iterative solution techniques for linear equations, particularly
in the areas of multigrid and algebraic multigrid algorithms.
Applicants must have (or soon have) a Ph.D. or equivalent experience
in mathematics, computer science or related engineering or science
discipline. Applicants should also have experience in numerical analysis.
Interest in large-scale parallel computing/numerical software development,
and the proven ability to work in a collaborative research environment is
Sandia maintains strong research programs in a variety of areas, including
numerical mathematics, discrete algorithms, computational physics/engineering,
and advanced systems software and tools. The center supports a unique computing
environment that includes several high performance parallel computers. The
position includes a competitive salary and benefits, moving expenses, and a
professional travel allowance.
Applicants should send a resume, a statement of research interests, and names
of three people who will supply letters of reference to:
Sandia National Laboratories
P.O. Box 969
Livermore, CA 94551-0969
Applications will be accepted through March or until the position is 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.
Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug-free workplace. U.S. Citizenship is normally
From: Erik Elmroth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2004 15:10:26 +0100 (MET)
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Umea University
Post Doctoral Researcher in Grid Computing
The Department of Computing Science, Umeå University, Sweden is
seeking qualified candidates for a post doctoral position to
contribute to the Grid computing research at the department.
See http://www.cs.umu.se/openpos/postdoc_grid.html for the full
announcement and instructions. Deadline is December 6, 2004.
For further information, please contact Associate Professor Erik
Elmroth (email@example.com) or Professor Bo Kågström (firstname.lastname@example.org).
From: Piotr Matus <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 16:28:11 +0200
Subject: Contents, Computer Methods in Applied Mathematics
Contents Comp. Meth. Appl. Math., Vol. 4 (2004), No. 3
I would like to inform about appearance of the third issue in Volume 4
(2004) of the journal "Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics" (CMAM)
at www.cmam.info (all papers are available for free).
Eitan Tadmor -- 50
On the generation of a hexagonal collision model for the Boltzmann equation
L.S. Andallah (Germany)
Variational and finite element analysis of vibroequilibria
K. Beyer, M. Gunther, and A. Timokha (Germany)
Functional-discrete method with high order of accuracy for eigenvalue
V.L. Makarov, N.O. Rossokhata, and B.I. Bandurskii (Ukraine)
Monotone and economical difference schemes on nonuniform grids
for a multidimensional parabolic equation with a boundary
condition of the third kind
P. Matus and G. Martsynkevich (Belarus)
An almost sixth-order finite-difference method for semilinear singular
R. Vulanovi'c (USA)
From: Taketomo Mitsui <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 17:39:00 +0900
Subject: Contents, Japan Journal of Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Table of Contents
Japan Journal of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (JJIAM)
Vol.21 No.2, 2004 and Vol.21 No.3, 2004
Vol.21 No.2, 2004
Free Boundary Problem for One-Dimensional Motions of Compressible Gas
and Vacuum, 109-128
Stable Solutions to the Ginzburg-Landau Equation with Magnetic Effect,
L. Zhi, M. Noda, H. Kai and W. Wu:
Hybrid Method for Computing the Nearest Singular Polynomials, 149-162
C. Hirota, T. Ide, N. Fukuoka and M. Okada:
Generalized Energy Integrals and Energy Conserving Numerical Schemes
for Partial Differential Equations, 163-179
Numerical Verification of the Global Uniqueness of a Positive Solution
for Nekrasov's Equation, 181-218
H. Suito and H. Kawarada:
Numerical Simulation of Spilled Oil by Fictitious Domain Method, 219-236
Vol.21 No.3, 2004
K. Takemura, Y. Kametaka and A. Nagai:
Two-point Simple-type Self-adjoint Boundary Value Problems for Bending
a Beam --- Dependency of Green Functions on an Interval Length, 237-258
K. Sugihara, M. Sawai, H. Sano, D.-S. Kim and D. Kim:
Disk Packing for the Estimation of the Size of a Wire Bundle, 259-278
Asymptotic Behavior of Spatially Inhomogeneous Mean Curvature Flows,
Super-quadratic Convergence in Aitken $\Delta^2$ Process, 289-298
Steady Fall of Bodies of Arbitrary Shape in a Second-Order Fluid at
Zero Reynolds Number, 299-321
Remarks on the Rational Approximation of Holomorphic Semigroups with
Nonuniform Partitions, 323-337
T. Ohe and K. Ohnaka:
Uniqueness and Convergence of Numerical Solution of the Cauchy Problem
for the Laplace Equation by a Charge Simulation Method, 339-359
H. Ono and T. Yoshida:
Two-stage Explicit Runge-Kutta Type Methods Using Derivatives, 361-374
S.W. Chiu, D.-C. Gong and H.-M. Wee:
Effects of Random Defective Rate and Imperfect Rework Process on
Economic Production Quantity Model, 375-389
H. Hirai and K. Murota:
M-Convex Functions and Tree Metrics, 391-403
T. Ikeda, M. Nagayama and H. Ikeda:
Bifurcation of a Helical Wave from a Traveling Wave, 405-424
JJIAM, an official journal of Japan Society for Industrial and
Applied Mathematics (JSIAM), welcomes interests from the
For a paper submission, please refer to
For a subscription, please contact
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From: Chi-Wang Shu <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 12:13:08 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing
Journal of Scientific Computing
Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers
Volume 21, Number 3, December 2004
The first five papers form a special issue on compact schemes
Pierre Sagaut, p.251.
High Accuracy Compact Schemes and Gibbs' Phenomenon
Tapan K. Sengupta, G. Ganerwal, Anurag Dipankar, pp.253-268.
Navier-Stokes Solution by New Compact Schemes for Incompressible
T.K. Sengupta, A. Guntaka, S. Dey, pp.269-282.
Application of Compact Schemes to Large Eddy Simulation of
Ali Uzun, Gregory A. Blaisdell, Anastasios S. Lyrintzis,
High-Order Compact Schemes with Filters on Multi-blocks Domains
Xiangang Zhang, Gregory A. Blaisdell, Anastasios S. Lyrintzis,
Finite Volume Formulation of Compact Upwind and Central Schemes
with Artificial Selective Damping
Tim Broeckhoven, Sergey Smirnov, Jan Ramboer, Chris Lacor,
Analysis of a Local Hydrodynamic Model with Marangoni Effect
J. Monnier and P. Witomski, pp.369-403.
Boundary Layers in an Ocean Related System
A. Rousseau, R. Temam and J. Tribbia, pp.405-432.
From: Igor Konshin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 14:41:09 +0100
Subject: Contents, Journal of Numerical Mathematics
JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS
Vol.12, No.4, 2004, pp.255-332
Some refined finite volume element methods for the Stokes and Navier--Stokes
systems with corner singularities
K.Djadel and S.Nicaise
Multigrid analysis for higher order finite difference scheme
D.Y.Kwak and J.S.Lee
Convergence of multi-step curve search method for unconstrained optimization
An overlapping additive Schwarz preconditioner for boundary element
approximations to the Laplace screen and Lame crack problems
T.Tran and E.P.Stephan
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