- Today's Editor:
- Tamara G. Kolda
- Sandia National Labs
- tgkolda@sandia.gov

- Congratulations to Nick Trefethen for election to NAE
- "Algorithm" Poem by Paul Boggs
- Call for Nominiation: PhD Award on Embedded and Networked Control
- New Book: Applied Partial Differential Equations: A Visual Approach
- New book, Milestones in Matrix Computation
- Call for papers, SMCtools 2007, Oct 2007
- NIPS*2007 - Preliminary Call for Papers, Dec 2007
- ICMTD 2007 Conference: Please forward this e-mail
- CfP Special Issue of J. Optimization: "Continuous Optimization in Finance"
- Job Openings in Parallel Computing at The MathWorks, Inc.
- Tenure track position in Québec City
- Two postdoctoral fellowships
- Two-year temporary Lectureship in Computational Mathematics
- MSU Postdoctoral Instructorship in Computational Biology
- MSU Postdoctoral Instructorship in Mathematical Biology
- Contents, Journal of Applied Functional Analysis
- Contents, ETNA, vol. 25
- Contents: Foundations of Computational Mathematics v. 7 n. 1 (corrected)
- Contents, International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science
- Contents, JCAAM vol5-1,07
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From: "Gene Golub" <gene.golub@gmail.com>

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 13:24:09 -0800

**Subject: Congratulations to Nick Trefethen for election to NAE**

Congratulations to Nick Trefethen on having been elected to the National

Academy of Engineering (NAE). The citation reads,

"For contributions to stability theory in numerical analysis and its

application to the determination of the onset of turbulence."

Gene H Golub

Computer Science Dept

Stanford University

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From: "Paul T. Boggs" <ptboggs@sandia.gov>

Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 11:22:43 -0500

**Subject: "Algorithm" Poem by Paul Boggs**

Inspired by Tim Davis' poem, "Matryx Factyrs" which was inspired by Blake's

"The Tyger."

Algorithm

Algorithm, my delight

Running at the speed of light

What the genius, who the geek

Could forge thy objects ever sleek?

In what language were thee writ

That enabled every bit?

What the templates - how applied

And what the math down deep inside?

Thou wert born with MPI

And that enabled thee to fly

On Beowulf we set thee free

All cycles thou consumed with glee.

When the stars come out at night

And ask a sacrificial rite

Do we just sneer and charge ahead

With no fear and with no dread?

All this wonder; all this speed

And yet I wait here still in need

Alas the run's untimely halt

Said naught but that some seg did fault.

Algorithm, my delight

Running at the speed of light

What the genius, who the geek

Could forge thy objects ever sleek?

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From: Christophe Prieur <Christophe.Prieur@laas.fr>

Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 15:13:30 +0100

**Subject: Call for Nominiation: PhD Award on Embedded and Networked Control**

Call for Nominations for 2007 European PhD Award on Embedded and

Networked Control

The EECI PhD Award is given annually in recognition of the best PhD

thesis in Europe in the field of Embedded and Networked Control. The aim

is to encourage high-quality work amongst young researchers in their

first research period. The prize consists of a certificate and a cash

award. The domain of research of candidates should be included in the

large multidisciplinary area of the control of hybrid, nonlinear,

embedded or networked systems.

For more information consult the web-pages :

HYCON http://www.ist-hycon.org

ICO http://www.piaggio.ccii.unipi.it/ICO/ICO.htm

EECI http://www.eeci-institute.eu

The deadline for nomination is June 15, 2007. To be eligible for the

award, the thesis must have been defended in Europe during the year

prior the above deadline. To apply, please consult the award web page:

http://www.laas.fr/PhD-Award

For inquiries, please contact Christophe.Prieur@laas.fr

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From: "McCrory, Ute, Springer DE" <Ute.McCrory@springer.com>

Date: Tue, 06 Feb 2007 09:25:48 +0100

**Subject: New Book: Applied Partial Differential Equations: A Visual Approach**

Applied Partial Differential Equations: A Visual Approach

Markowich, Peter A.

The book presents topics of science and engineering, which occur in

nature or are part of our daily lives. It describes phenomena which are

modelled by partial differential equations, relating to physical

variables like mass, velocity and energy, etc. to their spatial and

temporal variations.

Typically, these equations are highly nonlinear, in many cases they are

also vectorial systems, and they represent a challenge even for the

most modern and sophisticated mathematical-analytical and mathematical-

numerical techniques.

The topics chosen reflect the longtime scientific interests of the

author. They include flow of fluids and gases, granular flows,

biological processes like pattern formation on animal skins, kinetics

of rarified gases and semiconductor devices. Each topic is briefly

presented in its scientific or engineering context, followed by an

introduction of the mathematical models in the form of partial

differential equations with a discussion of their basic mathematical

properties.

Written for: Students and researchers in Mathematics, in Science and

Engineering with a mathematical background

Keywords: mathematical modelling, partial differential equations, photography

For more information and sample pages with pictures please look at

http://www.springeronline.com/978-3-540-34645-6

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From: "ANTUNES, Natasha" <natasha.antunes@oup.com>

Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 10:51:56 -0000

**Subject: New book, Milestones in Matrix Computation**

Milestones in Matrix Computation

The selected works of Gene H. Golub with commentaries

Edited by Raymond Chan, Chen Greif, and Dianne O'Leary

* Provides a unique insight into developments in Matrix Computation

* Facsimiles of 21 original papers dating from 1961

* Expert commentaries provide a comprehensive insight into the key

areas iterative methods for linear systems, solution of least squares

problems, matrix factorizations and applications, orthogonal polynomials

and quadrature, and eigenvalue problems

The text presents and discusses some of the most influential

papers in Matrix Computation authored by Gene H. Golub, one of the

founding fathers of the field. Including commentaries by leading

experts and a brief biography, this text will be of great interest

to students and researchers in numerical analysis and scientific

computation.

584 pages | Hardback | February 2007 | £65.00

Available now through all good bookshops, or direct from

Oxford University Press at:

http://www.oup.com/uk/catalogue/?ci=9780199206810

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From: <tugrul@cs.bilkent.edu.tr>

Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 21:55:26 EET

**Subject: Call for papers, SMCtools 2007, Oct 2007**

Call for papers, SMCtools 2007

International Workshop on Tools for Solving Structured Markov Chains

(Nantes, France / October 26, 2007)

Performance evaluation methodologies based on structured Markov chains have

taken a more prominent role over the last two decades. During this time,

due to the strong exploitation of the involved structures, the techniques

used to assess the performance measures of interest have advanced

significantly in terms of their efficiency, while becoming more complex at

the same time. This increased complexity often acts as an opposing force to

a more widespread use of these advanced methodologies. Making these novel

techniques more accessible via a set of software tools is therefore

essential to further promote their integration in the system design.

This workshop solicits papers on software tools for solving structured

Markov chains (MCs).

Please see http://smctools.org for detailed information.

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From: "Sumit Basu" <nips2007publicity@msn.com>

Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 19:10:46 -0800

**Subject: NIPS*2007 - Preliminary Call for Papers, Dec 2007**

PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS -- NIPS*2007

Deadline for Paper Submissions: June 8, 2007

Submissions are solicited for the Twenty-First Annual meeting of an

interdisciplinary Conference (December 3-6) which brings together

researchers interested in all aspects of neural and statistical processing

and computation. The Conference will include invited talks as well as oral

and poster presentations of refereed papers. It is single track and highly

selective. Preceding the main Conference will be one day of Tutorials

(December 3), and following it will be two days of Workshops at

Whistler/Blackcomb ski resort (December 7-8).

Submissions: Papers are solicited in all areas of neural information

processing and statistical learning.

Review Criteria: As in the last year, NIPS submissions will be reviewed

double-blind: the reviewers will not know the identities of the authors.

Submissions will be refereed on the basis of technical quality, novelty,

potential impact on the field, and clarity. There will be an opportunity

after the meeting to revise accepted manuscripts. We particularly encourage

submissions by authors new to NIPS, as well as application papers that

combine concrete results on novel or previously unachievable applications

with analysis of the underlying difficulty from a machine learning

perspective.

Submission Instructions: NIPS accepts only electronic submissions at

http://nips2007.confmaster.net

These submissions must be in PDF format. The Conference web site will accept

electronic submissions until midnight June 8, 2007, Pacific daylight time.

Demonstrations: There is a separate Demonstration track at NIPS. Authors

wishing to submit to the Demonstration track should consult the Conference

web site.

Deadline for Paper Submissions: June 8, 2007

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From: "ICMTD07 Conference" <conf07@etms-web.org>

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 14:23:31 +0200

**Subject: ICMTD 2007 Conference: Please forward this e-mail**

On the occasion of the celebration of the Egyptian Mathematical Society for

its 15th anniversary, the society is planning to organize its Second

International Conference on Mathematics: Trends and Developments (ICMTD

2007). The conference will be held in Cairo from 27th to 30th of December

2007.

The purpose of the conference is to gather mathematicians from Universities

and Research Institutes from different countries to discuss current trends,

developments and perspectives in the following fields:

1- Mathematical Biology;

2- Computer Science;

3- Algebra, Number Theory and Combinatorics;

4- Topology and Geometry;

5- Probability Theory and Applications;

6- Quantum Information;

7- Computational Mathematics.

We invited a number of distinguished mathematicians to present plenary

lectures in the above topics. Those who confirmed their attendance so far are:

1- Christopher T.H. Baker (UK)

2- Gennadii A. Bocharov (Moscow)

3- Adolfo Ballester-Bolinches (Spain)

4- Etienne Kerre (Belgium)

5- M. Ferrero (Brazil)

6- Farahan Saif (USA)

7- Ibrahem Ahmad (USA)

8- Jesus Artalejo (Spain)

9- Gennadii A. Bocharov (Moscow)

10- Ioannis P. Stavroulakis

On behalf of the organizing committee, we cordially invite you to contribute a

paper in this conference. Please note the following:

Receiving abstracts of papers: March 1st, 2007

Receiving full papers: August 1st, 2007

Notification of acceptance: September 15th, 2007

Official e-mail: Conf07@etms-web.org

Web site of the conference: http://www.etms-web.org/conf07/

After the conference, the authors are expected to submit a full paper, to be

published in The Journal of Egyptian Mathematical Society, according to its

regulations.

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From: gerhardwilhelm weber <gweber@metu.edu.tr>

Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2007 14:10:15 +0200

**Subject: CfP Special Issue of J. Optimization: "Continuous Optimization in Finance"**

Call for Papers

Journal Optimization

Special Issue on

"Continuous Optimization in Finance"

Optimization will publish a small special issue on Continuous Optimization in

Finance, a topic that is also one of the new research areas which in these

years EURO Working Group on Continuous Optimization (EUROPT;

cf. http://www.iam.metu.edu.tr/EUROPT/) is strongly supporting. Indeed,

continuous optimization has become a key technology in the entire financial

sector which, reversely, poses new problems and research projects to

optimization.

The special issue will focus on topics that are equally important in both

financial mathematics and optimization theory. It will (i) provide an overview

of, and (ii) present some important recent developments in continuous

optimization regarding the analysis and prediction of financial processes

focusing on theory, methodology, and applications.

The topics of the special issue include: (i) Financial Risk Management with

Continuous Optimization, (ii) Portfolio Optimization, (iii) Regression

Problems in Finance, and (iv) Stochastic Optimization and Control in Finance.

All submissions must be focused on the topic of the special issue and belong

to the general scope of Optimization. The main challenge and principal goal of

this premium special issue is to contribute to the foundations and tools of

continuous optimization in the financial world of tomorrow, concerning stock

markets, banks, insurance companies, electricity markets, institutions for

development, and further modern areas.

A very thorough process of refereeing will be guaranteed. This high scientific

level will enable and inspire readers to pursue research projects in this

field and its applications, thus serving - and fostering a better and fruitful

understanding between - our people and our nations.

This special issue will be prepared in close collaboration with Institute of

Applied Mathematics, METU, Ankara (http://www.iam.metu.edu.tr/).

Guest Editor: Prof. Dr. Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber.

Important Dates:

Submission deadline of full papers: August 15, 2007.

Publication of the special issue:

As the first issue of Optimization in 2009.

Submission Details:

Authors may use the guidelines which can be found under

http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/authors/goptauth.asp.

For submission of your paper and in case of any question

please contact by e-mail:

Prof. Dr. Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber

Institute of Applied Mathematics

Middle East Technical University (METU, ODTÜ)

06531 Ankara, Turkey

E-mail: gweber@metu.edu.tr

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From: Bobby Cheng <bcheng@mathworks.com>

Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 16:29:41 -0500

**Subject: Job Openings in Parallel Computing at The MathWorks, Inc.**

The MathWorks, Inc. currently has many open positions:

http://www.mathworks.com/company/jobs/

Of particular interest to the NA Digest community are the following

positions in Parallel Computing:

http://www.mathworks.com/company/jobs/opportunities/Job5127.html

http://www.mathworks.com/company/jobs/opportunities/Job5126.html

http://www.mathworks.com/company/jobs/opportunities/Job5113.html

http://www.mathworks.com/company/jobs/opportunities/Job5114.html

http://www.mathworks.com/company/jobs/opportunities/Job5118.html

http://www.mathworks.com/company/jobs/opportunities/Job5256.html

You may apply through the web site or contact a hiring manager

Penny.Anderson@mathworks.com or a recruiter Jade.Perry@mathworks.com.

The MathWorks, Inc. is the maker of MATLAB and Simulink technical computing

software. The MathWorks, Inc. is located in suburban Boston MA.

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From: Roger Pierre <rpierre@mat.ulaval.ca>

Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 11:53:52 -0500

**Subject: Tenure track position in Québec City**

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Université Laval (Québec

City) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position,

effective September 1, 2007. This position is attached to the NSERC

Industrial Chair of Professor André Fortin.

This invitation extends to outstanding candidates with a PhD in one of

the following area: numerical analysis of variational inequalities,

finite element analysis in continuum mechanics, scientific computing, in

particular numerical solution of large nonlinear systems. The candidate

should be able to initiate collaborative research within the NSERC

chair and should demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching

(Université Laval is a French speaking university, thus the

non-francophone candidates should be willing to acquire fluency in

French in a short period.) Industrial research experience would also be

an asset.

Although this invitation is directed towards experienced researchers,

younger candidates with outstanding potential are also encouraged to

apply. It should however be noted that, according to canadian

immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be

given priority. The salary and rank will be commensurate with

qualifications and experience. According to its equal opportunity

program, Université Laval reserves half the vacant positions for the

appointment of women.

Applications should include a full curriculum vitae, some reprints of a

few recent publications and a summary, no longer than two pages,

describing the present and future research program. Applicants should

also ask three referees to send letters of reference to the address

below. The name and address (including phone and fax numbers and e-mail

address) of the referees should be listed in the application.

Applications should be sent to the following address, before April 15, 2006.

Roger Pierre, directeur,

Département de mathématiques et de statistique,

Université Laval,

Québec QC,

Canada G1K 7P4,

rpierre@mat.ulaval.ca,

www.mat.ulaval.ca

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From: Stig Skelboe <stig@diku.dk>

Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 14:15:36 +0100

**Subject: Two postdoctoral fellowships**

Postdoctoral Fellowships in Parallel Algorithms for Computational Nano-Science

Two postdoctoral fellowships in connection with the research programme

Parallel Algorithms for Computational Nano-Science are available for a year,

starting as early as possible.

The topic of the research programme is to develop, implement and test new

scalable algorithms for the massively parallel execution of quantum chemistry

software aimed at simulating nano-structures relevant for emerging electronic

devices. The research programme is a collaboration between the Computer

Science Department at University of Copenhagen (DIKU), the Informatics and

Mathematical Modeling Department (IMM), Technical University of Denmark and

Atomistix A/S.

The post docs will be part of a research team consisting of three

Ph.D.students, faculty members of the university departments and researchers

from the company Atomistix A/S. Furthermore the post docs will have the

opportunity of interacting with leading research groups in quantum chemistry

in Denmark, e.g. at the Nano-Science Center at University of Copenhagen.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in computer science, physics or

chemistry and a strong background in parallel computing and/or quantum

chemistry/ electronic structure theory.

Applications are accepted until March 9, 2007. Further information is

available from Stig Skelboe, DIKU, tel: +45 3532 1449, e-mail:

stig@diku.dk. The full advertisement can be seen on

www.diku.dk/diku/stillingsopslag/index.html.en

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From: James Blowey <j.f.blowey@durham.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 15:03:10 +0000

**Subject: Two-year temporary Lectureship in Computational Mathematics**

Durham University, UK

Department of Mathematical Sciences

Lecturer in Computational Mathematics

Closing date: *16 March 2007

*Applications are invited for a two-year temporary Lectureship in

Computational Mathematics, from September 2007. You must have, or be

about to complete, a PhD in a relevant area of Classical Applied

Mathematics, in particular Computational Applied Mathematics, Partial

Differential Equations, Continuum Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Applied

Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Biology or Mathematical

Finance. The post will carry a reduced teaching load, and the holder

will be encouraged to develop their research profile.

See http://www.jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/YU998.html

for further details.

James Blowey

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From: Guowei Wei <wei@math.msu.edu>

Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2007 21:29:23 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: MSU Postdoctoral Instructorship in Computational Biology**

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Department of Mathematics

East Lansing, MI 48824-1027

Description: One two-year position will be available beginning Fall 2007

in computational biology. This position is partially supported by a

Federal grant and so has a teaching load of only one calculus class (two

sections) per year. Applicants with solid trainings and research record in

computational molecular/structural biology, implicit solvent models, QM/MD

simulations are especially welcome. The salary is $40,000 per year and

there is a possibility of additional support for teaching a class in

summer.

Application information: Applicants should send a vita and statement of

research interests, and should arrange for at least three letters of

recommendation, one of which must specifically address his/her ability

to teach a calculus class. Please apply by visiting

http://www.mth.msu.edu/Hiring. Completed applications (including letters

of recommendation) received by March 15, 2007, are assured of

consideration.

MSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution. Women and

minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Handicapped applicants have the right to request and receive reasonable

accommodation.

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From: Guowei Wei <wei@math.msu.edu>

Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2007 21:27:52 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: MSU Postdoctoral Instructorship in Mathematical Biology**

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Department of Mathematics

East Lansing, MI 48824-1027

Description: One two-year position will be available beginning Fall

2007 in mathematical biology and scientific computing. This position

is partially supported by a Federal grant and so has a teaching load

of only one class (two sections) per year. Applicants with training

in mathematical biology, applied mathematics, and/or scientific

computing are especially welcome. Specific research involves the

development of MRI-guided temperature-modulated bioluminescence

tomography for the disease models of mice. The salary is $43,000

per year and there is a strong possibility of additional support for

summer teaching.

Application information: Applicants should send a vita and statement

of research interests, and should arrange for at least three letters

of recommendation to be sent. Please apply by visiting

http://www.mth.msu.edu/Hiring. Completed applications (including

letters of recommendation) received by March 15, 2007, are assured

of consideration.

MSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution. Women and

minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Handicapped applicants have the right to request and receive reasonable

accommodation.

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From: <ganastss@memphis.edu>

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 00:29:27 -0600

**Subject: Contents, Journal of Applied Functional Analysis**

TABLE OF CONTENTS,JOURNAL OF APPLIED FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS,

VOLUME 2,NO.1,2007

Preface

Growth of solutions of complex non-homogeneous linear differential equations

B.Belaidi,

On closeness of a- and b-points of arbitrary polynomials

G.Barsegian,F.Arturo,Le Dung Trang,

Regular singular holonomic systems of differential equations with given

Integrals,A.G. Aleksandrov, A.N. Kuznetsov,

Basic boundary value problems in complex analysis,H. Begehr

A note on a boundary value problem for the Bitsadze equation in

Wiener-type domains,A.O.Celebi,

To elliptic boundary value problems on the upper half-plane

A. Soldatov.

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From: Lothar Reichel <reichel@math.kent.edu>

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 02:24:30 -0500

**Subject: Contents, ETNA, vol. 25**

Table of Contents, Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis (ETNA),

vol. 25, 2006. This is a special volume on "Constructive Function Theory"

edited by W. Dahmen, J. Geronimo, X. Li, D. Lubinsky, I. Pritsker, I. Sloan.

ETNA is available at http://etna.math.kent.edu and at several

mirror sites. ETNA is in the extended Science Citation Index and the

CompuMath Citation Index.

i-xii Table of contents and abstracts

xiii-xiv Preface

1-16 L. Bos, M. Caliari, S. De Marchi, and M. Vianello

Bivariate interpolation at Xu points: results, extensions and

applications

17-26 V. S. Chelyshkov

Alternative orthogonal polynomials and quadratures

27-40 D. Benko, S. B. Damelin, and P. D. Dragnev

On the support of the equilibrium measure for arcs of the unit

circle and for real intervals

41-53 L. Baratchart, J. Leblond, and J.-P. Marmorat

Inverse source problem in a 3D ball from best meromorphic

approximation on 2D slices

54-66 L. Baratchart

A remark on uniqueness of best rational approximants of degree 1

in L2 of the circle

67-100 W. Dahmen and M. Jurgens

Error controlled regularization by projection

101-114 M. Ganesh and H. N. Mhaskar

Quadrature-free quasi-interpolation on the sphere

115-120 K. A. Driver and S. J. Johnston

An integral representation of some hypergeometric functions

121-128 K. Balazs and T. Kilgore

Weighted approximation of derivatives on the half-line

129-137 W. Gautschi

The circle theorem and related theorems for Gauss-type quadrature

rules

138-157 Y. Hur and A. Ron

New constructions of piecewise-constant wavelets

158-165 M. E. H. Ismail and X. Li

Orthogonal polynomials and Ramanujan's q-continued fractions

166-177 D. S. Lubinsky

Bernstein's weighted approximation on R still has problems

178-200 S. Khrushchev

On Euler's differential methods for continued fractions

201-205 A. Kroo'

On norms of factors of multivariate polynomials on convex bodies

206-223 M. Le'na'rd

On weighted (0,2)-type interpolation

224-258 J. Maes and A. Bultheel

Stable multiresolution analysis on triangles for surface compression

259-277 I. E. Pritsker

Distribution of primes and a weighted energy problem

278-283 M. Yattselev

A note on the sharpness of the Remez-type inequality for homogeneous

polynomials on the sphere

284-301 Y. Xu

Analysis on the unit ball and on the simplex

302-308 P. Zhou

More examples on general order multivariate Pade' approximants for

pseudo-multivariate functions

309-327 P. Leopardi

A partition of the unit sphere into regions of equal area and

small diameter

328-368 B. Simon

Fine structure of the zeros of orthogonal polynomials, I.

A tale of two pictures

369-392 A. Martinez-Finkelshtein

Szego polynomials: a view from the Riemann-Hilbert window

393-408 G. Putinar and M. Putinar

Remarks on restriction eigenfunctions in C^n

409-430 G. Mantica

Fourier-Bessel functions of singular continuous measures and

their many asymptotics

431-438 U. Itai

On the eigenstructure of the Bernstein kernel

439-445 B. Shekhtman

On one question of Ed Saff

446-453 A. Khatamov

On the exact estimates of the best spline approximations of

functions

454-466 J. M. Rappoport

The properties, inequalities and numerical approximation of modified

Bessel functions

467-479 H. P. Mashele

On convergence of orthonormal expansions for exponential weights

480-510 H. Stalh

From Taylor to quadratic Hermite-Pade'polynomials

511-525 L. Baratchart, A. Martinez-Finkelshtein, D. Jimenez, D. S. Lubinsky,

H. N. Mhaskar, I. Pritsker, M. Putinar, N. Stylianopoulos, V. Totik,

P. Varju, and Y. Xu

Open problems in constructive function theory

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From: "Peter J. Olver" <olver@math.umn.edu>

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 11:49:13 -0600

**Subject: Contents: Foundations of Computational Mathematics v. 7 n. 1 (corrected)**

Note: there is an error in the page numbering in the attachment, which

should be:

Foundations of Computational Mathematics

Volume 7 Number 1

On Location and Approximation of Clusters of Zeros: Case of Embedding

Dimension One

by M. Giusti, G. Lecerf, B. Salvy, J.-C. Yakoubsohn

Page 1 - 49

The Complexity of Computing the Hilbert Polynomial of Smooth

Equidimensional Complex Projective Varieties

by Peter Burgisser, Martin Lotz

Page 51 - 86

Estimates on the Distribution of the Condition Number of Singular Matrices

by C. Beltran, L.M. Pardo

Page 87 - 134

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From: badih@futureintech.net

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 09:10:54 -0800

**Subject: Contents, International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science**

International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science

Contents of Vol. 1, No. 4, 2006

Robert W. Fitzgerald, Joseph L. Yucas, A Generalization of Dickson

Polynomials via Linear Fractional Transformations????????????391

Bin Zhou, Guang-Ren Duan, The Generalized Sylvester Equation

AV-EVF=BW-R??????????????????????????.417

Johnson O. Olaleru, A Generalization of a Fixed Point Theorem

of Kirk?????????????????????????????...435

M. Akram, M. S. A. Taj, A Parallel Algorithm for the Parabolic Partial

Differential Equation with a Known Source Term?????????????443

Naji Qatanani, Imad Alzeer, On the Fast Matrix Computation for the Heat

Radiation Integral Equation?????????????????????...461

S. Viswanadha Raju, A. Vinayababu, Optimal Parallel String Matching

Algorithm on Body Centered Hypercube????????????????..473

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From: <ganastss@memphis.edu>

Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 12:03:11 -0600

**Subject: Contents, JCAAM vol5-1,07**

TABLE OF CONTENTS,JOURNAL OF CONCRETE AND APPLICABLE

MATHEMATICS,VOL.5,NO.1,2007 (www.eudoxuspress.com)

EXTENSIONS OF MONTGOMERY IDENTITY WITH APPLICATIONS

FOR a-L-HOLDER TYPE FUNCTIONS,

A.AGLIC

ALJINOVIC,J.PECARIC,..............................................9

QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATES FOR DISTANCE BETWEEN FUZZY

WAVELET TYPE OPERATORS,G.A.ANASTASSIOU,.....................25

STOCHASTIC MODELING FOR THE COMET-ASSAY,

A-L.BOULESTEIX,V.HOSEL,V.LIEBSCHER,...............................53

FORMULAE OF NUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION,

MAXIM

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