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

- John Warner Backus
- 2x2: A Robust Software for Nonlinear Systems
- Summer School on Applied Analysis in Chemnitz (Germany), Sep 2007
- ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA08), Jan 2008
- Richard von Mises Lecture 2007, Colloquium in honor of Hans Foellmer
- International Conference on Transport Theory, Jul 2007
- extended deadline: IMA Conf. Num. Lin. Alg. & Opt, Sep 2007
- A two-month program on BEC and Quantized Vortices in Singapore
- 3rd Scientific Computing Seminar at the University of Kiel, June 2007
- Lectureships in Mathematics - University of Reading, UK
- Postdoc Positions in Comput. Biology at UNC Charlotte
- "chebfun" postdoc with Trefethen at Oxford
- Contents, LAA
- Contents, Optimization Methods and Software
- Contents, Reliable Computing, Vol. 13, issue 4, 2007
- Contents, Computational methods in applied mathematics (CMAM)
- Subscribe, unsubscribe, change address, or for na-digest archives:
- http://www.netlib.org/na-net

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From: "austin DuBrulle" <austindubrulle@hotmail.com>

Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2007 00:43:24 -0700

**Subject: John Warner Backus**

John Backus passed away at age 82 on March 17.

I was quite surprised not to find any mention of it in NA Digest. Could it

be that the numerical analysis community is so busy that it forgot the man

who did so much for scientific computing?

FORTRAN is fifty years old this year and still going strong in spite of the

dire predictions of the programming gurus and the assaults of the

computer-science purists. The language has certainly changed since its

inception, and its early versions may look somewhat unrefined to the younger

generations of programmers. Yet, those of us old f
ogeys who used them when

we were young and adventurous vividly remember how FORTRAN made our lives

more productive and substantially easier.

John was a modest man and an original thinker impervious to fads and manias.

Deploring the obesity that inevitably seems to affect conventional

programming languages as they age, he started exploring in the late 1950s an

entirely different approach dubbed Functional Programming (FP). FP not only

defined a new program style, but also hinted at new views of computer

design. Iversons parallel work in that direction with APL and J proved

that the idea was quite practical and could lead to efficient, effective,

and elegant implementations. John Backuss contributions were not limited

to the practical side of programming. The Backus-Naur Formalism was a major

addition to the theory of languages.

John Warner Backus, RIP.

Austin A. Dubrulle

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From: Humberto Bortolossi <hjbortol@gmail.com>

Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 22:00:35 -0400

**Subject: 2x2: A Robust Software for Nonlinear Systems**

We present a software to invert functions from the plane to the plane: F(x, y)

= (b1, b2), for a generic smooth function F. In principle, all points in the

preimage of (b1, b2) are computed. The numerical inversion is based on the

characterization of the critical set C = {(x,y) : det DF(x,y) = 0} and its

image, and in appropriate techniques of numerical continuation in situations

of controlled interaction with C. A graphical user interface allows for the

study of local and global properties of the function, both of geometric and

analytic nature. The program uses a substantial amount of mathematics: some

singularity theory dating back to Whitney in the fifties and some

combinatorial topology from the sixties (the Blank-Troyer theorems), among

other things.

The program 2x2 is highly portable: it runs under several platforms, including

Microsoft Windows© and Linux. The numerical routines of 2x2 may be used by

third party programs through function calls, without the graphical user interface.

The program is available at http://www.mat.puc-rio.br/~hjbortol/2x2/

Comments are welcome: Carlos Tomei (tomei@mat.puc-rio.br).

Carlos Tomei -- Nicolau Saldanha -- Humberto José Bortolossi -- Eduardo Teles

da Silva.

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From: Daniel Potts <potts@mathematik.tu-chemnitz.de>

Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 12:56:26 +0200

**Subject: Summer School on Applied Analysis in Chemnitz (Germany), Sep 2007**

Summer School on Applied Analysis

September 17-21, 2007, Chemnitz, Germany

Description:

The summer school is devoted to applied analysis. The courses, focusing on

different aspects of applied analysis, will take place Monday-Friday during

the entire week. It is meant for training of undergraduate students, Ph.D.

students and young post-doc researchers. The registration is free, but we may

limit the number of participants if necessary.

There will be five general lectures given by the following speakers.

The topics and speakers of the lectures will be

Prof.Dr. Raymond Chan

A Unified Tight Frame Approach for Missing Data Recovery in Images

Prof.Dr. Miroslav Fiedler

Some applicable classes of special matrices

Prof.Dr. Giuseppe Mastroianni

Polynomial approximation and some applications to Fredholm integral equations

Prof.Dr. Gabriele Steidl

Variational Methods in Image Processing

Prof.Dr. Elias Wegert

Boundary Value Problems for Holomorphic Functions

FURTHER INFORMATION:

Further information and online registration is

available on the website:

http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/~potts/cms/

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From: "Kirsten Wilden" <Wilden@siam.org>

Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 13:21:29 -0400

**Subject: ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA08), Jan 2008**

Conference Name:

ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA08)

Conference Program Chair:

Shang-Hua Teng, Boston University and Akamai Technologies, Inc.

Location:

Holiday Inn Golden Gateway, San Francisco, California

Dates:

January 20-22, 2008

The Call for Presentations for this symposium is available at:

http://www.siam.org/meetings/da08/

Submission Deadline:

July 6, 2007

For additional information, contact the SIAM Conferences Department at

meetings@siam.org.

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From: Heike Pahlisch <pahlisch@mathematik.hu-berlin.de>

Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 12:05:58 +0200

**Subject: Richard von Mises Lecture 2007, Colloquium in honor of Hans Foellmer**

The Institute of Mathematics of the Humboldt University Berlin invites

for the following two events:

R i c h a r d v o n M i s e s L e c t u r e 2007

on June 7, 2007, Berlin Adlershof

presented by

Philip Protter (Cornell University)

Modeling Financial Bubbles

The lecture is preceded by a talk of

Annette Vogt (MPI Historical Sciences Berlin)

entitled

In memoriam Richard von Mises.

Time schedule: 2-6 p.m.

C o l l o q u i u m i n h o n o r o f H a n s F o e l l m e r

The Colloquium will take place on June 8 and 9, 2007, in Berlin

Adlershof (June 8, starting 9) and in Berlin Mitte (June 9).

Speakers:

Erwin Bolthausen (Zürich), Nicole El Karoui (Paris),

Nina Gantert (Münster), Dmitry Kramkov (Pittsburgh),

L.Chris G.Rogers (Cambridge), Walter Schachermayer (Vienna),

Alexander Schied (Berlin), Martin Schweizer (Zürich),

Dieter Sondermann (Bonn), Marc Yor (Paris)

Registration is required (extended deadline May,20) and can be done

online by using

http://wws.mathematik.hu-berlin.de/von_Mises

http://wws.mathematik.hu-berlin.de/colloquium_foellmer

These sites will be available shortly and will provide a detailed

schedule as well as other information.

For further questions please contact Mrs. Sabine Bergmann

_Bergmann@math.hu-berlin.de_ <mailto:Bergmann@math.hu-berlin.de>

+49 30 2093 5811

On the behalf of the Institute of Mathematics

Peter Imkeller, Uwe Kuechler

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From: <cherna@ippe.ru>

Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 17:05:58 +0400

**Subject: International Conference on Transport Theory, Jul 2007**

Dear Colleagues!

The Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you to the 20th International

Conference on Transport Theory (ICTT-20) which will be held in Obninsk, Russia,

July 22 28, 2007.

Main Topics

The conference expects contributions from the following fields:

Transport theory (quantum or classical)

Kinetic theory

Applications of transport theory

Nuclear reactor physics

Numerical methods in transport theory

Deterministic transport methods

Probabilistic transport methods

Monte Carlo methods

Stochastic transport methods

http://www.keldysh.ru/ICTT20/

With best regards,

the Organizing Committee.

Prof. Vladimir Ginkin (co-chairman)

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From: Roy Mathias <mathias@for.mat.bham.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 07:51:20 +0100 (BST)

**Subject: extended deadline: IMA Conf. Num. Lin. Alg. & Opt, Sep 2007**

IMA International Conference on

Numerical Linear Algebra

and Optimisation.

Sept 13-15, 2007.

The DEADLINE for contributed talks and minisymposia has been

EXTENDED to April 24th

(Ignore the March 31st deadline on the website, and

Submit abstrtacts by email to lucy.nye@ima.org.uk)

http://www.ima.org.uk/Conferences/numlinalg/numlinalghome.htm

The conference is organised by the Institute for Mathematics and Its

Applications (IMA).

It is co-sponsored by SIAM and ILAS. SIAM and ILAS members will recieve the

IMA members reduced registration fee.

Invited Speakers: (confirmed)

Paul Van Dooren (Catholic University of Louvain)

Roger Fletcher (University of Dundee)

Jorge Nocedal (Northwestern University)

Michael Overton (New York University)

Valeria Simoncini (University of Bologna)

Zdenek Strakos (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)

Philippe Toint (University of Namur)

Nick Trefethen (Oxford Universtity)

Call for papers and minisymposia

Contributions are sought covering any topic of numerical linear algebra or

optimisation. All contributed talks will be scheduled for at least 20

minutes. Individuals who wish to organise a minisymposium (4 or more talks on

a common theme) should submit the abstracts through the usual channels then

send a single email to one of the organisers stating that they would like the

talks grouped as a minisymposium. Abstracts should be submitted by email to

lucy.nye@ima.org.uk

Organising Committee

Roy Mathias, University of Birmingham (co-chair), mathias@maths.bham.ac.uk

Michal Kocvara, University of Birmingham (co-chair), kocvara@penopt.com

Jacek Gondzio, University of Edinburgh

Nick Gould, Oxford Univesity

Nick Higham, University of Manchester

Inquiries: Lucy Nye lucy.nye@ima.org.uk

or members of the orgainising committee

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From: bao@math.nus.edu.sg

Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 15:27:14 +0800 (SGT)

**Subject: A two-month program on BEC and Quantized Vortices in Singapore**

A two-month program on

``Bose-Einstein Condensation and Quantized Vortices in

Superfluidity and Superconductivity''

at

Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National University of Singapore

(1 Nov - 31 Dec 2007)

Organizing Committee

Co-chairs

Weizhu Bao (National University of Singapore)

Fanghua Lin (Courant Institute, New York University)

Members

Jiangbin Gong (National University of Singapore)

Dieter Jaksch (University of Oxford)

Baowen Li (National University of Singapore)

Peter Markowich (University of Vienna)

Overview

Since its realization in dilute bosonic atomic gases in 1995,

Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) of alkali atoms and hydrogen atoms

has been produced and studied extensively in the laboratory.

This has spurred great excitement in the atomic physics community

and renewed the interest in studying collective dynamics of

macroscopic ensembles of atoms occupying the same one-particle

quantum state and quantized vortex in superfluidity. Theoretical

predictions of the properties of BEC like the density profile,

collective excitations and the formation of quantized vortices

can now be compared with experimental data.

This two-month program will bring together leading international

applied and pure mathematicians, theoretical and experimental

physicists, and computational scientists, and researchers from

NUS Departments of Mathematics, Physics, Material Sciences and

Mechanical Engineering, and from A*STAR institutes IHPC and IMRE,

to review, develop and promote interdisciplinary research on

Bose-Einstein condensation and quantized vortex states and dynamics

in superfluidity and superconductivity.

Activities

The program activities will consist of two workshops, series

seminars and collaborative research.

1. Collaborative research: 1 November -- 31 December, 2007

2. Workshop 1: 12 -- 16 November, 2007

Title: Bose-Einstein condensation: modeling, analysis,

computation and applications

3. Workshop 2: 10 -- 14 December, 2007

Title: Quantized vortices in superfluidity and superconductivity

and kinetic theory

For more information about the program, please visit its webpage at:

http://www.ims.nus.edu.sg/Programs/bose07/index.htm

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From: Malte Braack <mabr@informatik.uni-kiel.de>

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 09:52:02 +0200

**Subject: 3rd Scientific Computing Seminar at the University of Kiel, June 2007**

This summer we organize the 3rd Scientific Computing Seminar

at the University of Kiel with special emphasis on

"Mathematical Modelling and Simulation

of Flow Problems in Geosciences"

25.6.-27.6.2007

The goal of this workshop is the presentation and discussion on

recent developments in the field of mathematical modelling and

simulation of flow problems in geosciences.

The topics include (but are not limited to):

* Mathematical Modells

* Numerical schemes and algorithms

* Simulation techniques

* Parameter estimation

* Coupled processes, reactive transport and free surface flows

* Partial differential equations with stochastic parameters

The application areas include (but are not limited to):

* Porous media and ground water flow

* Ocean and atmospheric circulation

* River flows

* Climate and weather dynamics

* Deformation processes in geosciences

* Hydrothermal processes

There is a limited number of travel grants for young researchers

working in this field.

Further information can be obtained on the web page

http://www.numerik.uni-kiel.de/~mabr/conf/scs2007/

The organizers,

M. Braack, S. Bauer, A. Oschlies, R. Schneider

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From: "Simon Chandler-Wilde" <s.n.chandler-wilde@reading.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 16:05:51 +0100

**Subject: Lectureships in Mathematics - University of Reading, UK**

Lectureships in Mathematics

Department of Mathematics

University of Reading, UK

Full-time, permanent, £30,013 - £40,335

We are seeking outstanding candidates in applied mathematics (which includes

numerical analysis and computational modelling) and related areas of

analysis.

For position AC0716 some preference may be given to computational modelling

and numerical analysis or applied analysis.

For position AC0717 some preference may be given to dynamics of complex

fluids.

Further details: see www.reading.ac.uk/jobs or contact Prof Simon

Chandler-Wilde (S.N.Chandler-Wilde@rdg.ac.uk)

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From: Wei Cai <wcai@uncc.edu>

Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2007 00:03:20 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc Positions in Comput. Biology at UNC Charlotte**

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

Application is sought for postdoctoral

positions with experience in computational biology,

appointments are renewable. Expertise in fast solver, stochastic modeling

and MD packages is a plus. Please e-mail application to wcai@uncc.edu.

Or send the application to Prof. Wei Cai, Department of Mathematics,

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 28223

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From: Nick.Trefethen@comlab.ox.ac.uk

Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2007 11:31:38 GMT

**Subject: "chebfun" postdoc with Trefethen at Oxford**

A three-year postdoctoral position is available to work

with Nick Trefethen and others in the Oxford Numerical

Analysis Group on the chebfun project. This project is a

collection of algorithms, and a software system in

object-oriented MATLAB, which extends familiar powerful

methods of numerical computation involving numbers to

continuous or piecewise-continuous functions. It also

implements continuous analogues of linear algebra notions

like the QR decomposition and the SVD. The mathematical

basis of the system combines tools of Chebyshev expansions,

fast Fourier transform, barycentric interpolation,

Clenshaw-Curtis quadrature, and recursive zerofinding. For

details see http://www.comlab.ox.ac.uk/chebfun. Deadline

for applications: 21 May 2007.

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From: Hans Schneider <hans@math.wisc.edu>

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 08:40:12 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Contents, LAA**

* Linear Algebra and its Applications

Volume 423, Issue 1, Pages 1-182 (1 May 2007)

Special Issue devoted to papers presented at the Aveiro Workshop on Graph

Spectra, Aveiro Workshop on Graph Spectra

University of Aveiro, Mathematics Department

10-12 April 2006

Edited by D. Cvetkoviÿÿ, W. Haemers and P. Rowlinson

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5653-2007-995769998-646754

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1) Lists of Editors

Pages ii-iii

2) Group photo

Page xi

3) Preface

Pages 1-2

D. Cvetkoviÿÿ, W. Haemers and P. Rowlinson

4) Constructably Laplacian integral graphsÿÿ

Pages 3-21

Steve Kirkland

5) Random walks and local cuts in graphs

Pages 22-32

Fan Chung

6) Cospectral graphs and the generalized adjacency matrix

Pages 33-41

E.R. van Dam, W.H. Haemers and J.H. Koolen

7) Forbidden minors for the class of graphs G with ÿÿ(G)ÿÿ2ÿÿ(G)ÿÿ2

Pages 42-52

Leslie Hogben and Hein van der Holst

8) Old and new results on algebraic connectivity of graphs

Pages 53-73

Nair Maria Maia de Abreu

9) Spectral bounds for the betweenness of a graph

Pages 74-80

F. Comellas and S. Gago

10) Some notes on graphs whose index is close to 2

Pages 81-89

Francesco Belardo, Enzo Maria Li Marzi and Slobodan K. Simiÿÿ

11) Spectral results on graphs with regularity constraints

Pages 90-98

Domingos M. Cardoso and Paula Rama

12) A characterization of Delsarteÿÿs linear programming bound as a ratio

bound

Pages 99-108

Carlos J. Luz

13) The spectra of some families of digraphsÿÿ

Pages 109-118

M.A. Fiol and M. Mitjana

14) Walks and regular integral graphs

Pages 119-135

Dragan Stevanoviÿÿ, Nair M.M. de Abreu, Maria A.A. de Freitas and Renata

Del-Vecchio

15) Laplacian integral graphs in S(a,b)

Pages 136-145

Leonardo Silva de Lima, Nair Maria Maia de Abreu, Carla Silva Oliveira and

Maria Aguieiras Alvarez de Freitas

16) Star complements and exceptional graphsÿÿ

Pages 146-154

D. Cvetkoviÿÿ, P. Rowlinson and S.K. Simiÿÿ

17) Signless Laplacians of finite graphsÿÿ

Pages 155-171

Dragoÿÿ Cvetkoviÿÿ, Peter Rowlinson and Slobodan K. Simiÿÿ

18) Research problems from the Aveiro Workshop on Graph Spectra

Pages 172-181

Dragan Stevanoviÿÿ

* Linear Algebra and its Applications

Volume 423, Issues 2-3, Pages 183-520 (1 June 2007)

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5653-2007-995769997-648890

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1) Lists of Editors

Pages ii-iii

2) A generalized isometric Arnoldi algorithm

Pages 183-208

Michael Stewart

3) On boundary NevanlinnaÿÿPick interpolation for Carathéodory matrix

functions

Pages 209-229

Yong-Jian Hu, K.d.A. Boubakar and Gong-Ning Chen

4) Generalized Pascal functional matrix and its applicationsÿÿ

Pages 230-245

Yongzhi Yang and Catherine Micek

5) Hilbertÿÿs projective metric on Lorenz cones and Birkhoff formula for

Lorentzian compressions

Pages 246-254

Yongdo Lim

6) On linear preservers of (right) matrix majorization

Pages 255-261

A.M. Hasani and M. Radjabalipour

7) Spectrally arbitrary patterns: Reducibility and the 2n conjecture for n=5

Pages 262-276

Luz M. DeAlba, Irvin R. Hentzel, Leslie Hogben, Judith McDonald, Rana

Mikkelson, Olga Pryporova, Bryan Shader and Kevin N. Vander Meulen

8) On commuting exponentials in low dimensions

Pages 277-286

Gerald Bourgeois

9) On the curvature of the quantum state space with pull-back metrics

Pages 287-304

Attila Andai

10) Symplectic commutator subgroups

Pages 305-323

Melissa Meehan Hoover

11) Automorphisms of a linear Lie algebra over a commutative ring

Pages 324-331

Dengyin Wang, Qiu Yu and Yanxia Zhao

12) A note on the representations for the Drazin inverse of 2×2 block matrices

Pages 332-338

Xiezhang Li and Yimin Wei

13) Minimal polynomials of algebraic derivations and automorphisms

Pages 339-350

Chen-Lian Chuang, Tsiu-Kwen Lee and Chi-Tsuen Yeh

14) Cones of closed alternating walks and trailsÿÿ

Pages 351-365

Amitava Bhattacharya, Uri N. Peled and Murali K. Srinivasan

15) The correlations of finite Desarguesian planes of square order defined by

diagonal matrices

Pages 366-385

Barbu C. Kestenband

16) Homomorphisms, representations and characteristic polynomials of

digraphsÿÿ

Pages 386-407

Aiping Deng, Iwao Sato and Yaokun Wu

17) The minimal spectral radius of graphs with a given diameter

Pages 408-419

E.R. van Dam and R.E. Kooij

18) Hadamard powers and totally positive matrices

Pages 420-427

Shaun M. Fallat and Charles R. Johnson

19) On invertible matrices over antiringsÿÿ

Pages 428-444

Yijia Tan

20) Specializations and extensions of the quantum MacMahon Master Theorem

Dominique Foata and Guo-Niu Han

Pages 445-455

21) Ascent, descent, nullity, defect, and related notions for linear relations

in linear spaces

Pages 456-497

Adrian Sandovici, Henk de Snoo and Henrik Winkler

22) A new Bartholdi zeta function of a digraph

Pages 498-511

Hirobumi Mizuno and Iwao Sato

23) A matrix subadditivity inequality for f(A+B) and f(A)+f(B)

Pages 512-518

Jean-Christophe Bourin and Mitsuru Uchiyama

24) Corrigendum to: ÿÿPositive, path product, and inverse M-matricesÿÿ [Linear

Algebra Appl. 421 (2007) 328ÿÿ337]ÿÿ

Page 519

Charles R. Johnson and Ronald L. Smith

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From: Oleg Burdakov <olbur@mail.mai.liu.se>

Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 19:52:53 +0200 (MEST)

**Subject: Contents, Optimization Methods and Software**

Table of Contents

Optimization Methods and Software (OMS), Volume 22, Number 4 (August, 2007)

Georg Vossen, Volker Rehbock and Argenes Siburian

Numerical solution methods for singular control with

multiple state dependent forms

551-559

Neculai Andrei

Scaled memoryless BFGS preconditioned conjugate gradient

algorithm for unconstrained optimization

561-571

Antonio Frangioni and Claudio Gentile

Experiments with a hybrid interior point/combinatorial

approach for network flow problems

573-585

Qing Xu, Bo Yu, Guo-chen Feng and Chuangyin Dang

Condition for global convergence of a homotopy method for variational

inequalities problems on unbounded sets

587-599

Kamal Mirnia and Alireza Ghaffari Hadigheh

Support set expansion sensitivity analysis in convex quadratic

optimization

601-616

Adam Ouorou

A proximal subgradient projection algorithm for linearly constrained

strictly convex problems

617-636

Silvia Bonettini and Federica Tinti

A nonmonotone semismooth inexact Newton method

637-657

Xin-long Luo, Li-Zhi Liao and Hon Wah Tam

Convergence analysis of the Levenberg-Marquardt method

659-678

Filiz Bilen, Zsolt Csizmadia and Tibor Illes

Anstreicher-Terlaky type monotonic simplex algorithms for linear

feasibility problems

679-695

Li Zhang, Weijun Zhou and Donghui Li

Some decent three-term conjugate gradient methods and their global

convergence

697-711

Forthcoming papers and complete table of contents for the journal OMS:

http://www.mai.liu.se/~olbur/contents

Instructions for Authors and Online sample copy:

http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/10556788.html

Discounted individual subscription:

http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/offer/goms-so.asp

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From: "Kreinovich, Vladik" <vladik@utep.edu>

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 11:28:50 -0600

**Subject: Contents, Reliable Computing, Vol. 13, issue 4, 2007**

Reliable Computing

Volume 13, issue 4, 2007

Mathematical Research

A New Robust Algorithm to Trace Curves

Dominique Faudot, Dominique Michelucci

309-324

Extension of the Hansen-Bliek Method to Right-Quantified Linear Systems

Gilles Chabert, Alexandre Goldsztejn

325-349

Guaranteed Parameter Set Estimation for Exponential Sums:

The Three-Terms Case

Juergen Garloff, Ismail Idriss, Andrew P. Smith

351-359

Solution Set Characterization of Linear Interval Systems

with a Specific Dependence Structure

Milan Hladik

361-374

Information

Interval-Related Talks at the International Conference

on Finite Element Methods in Engineering and Science

Vladik Kreinovich, Rafi Muhanna

375-379

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From: cmam <cmam@im.bas-net.by>

Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2007 12:44:41 +0300

**Subject: Contents, Computational methods in applied mathematics (CMAM)**

Contents Comp. Meth. Appl. Math., Vol. 7 (2007), No. 1

COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

All papers are available at our web-site http://www.cmam.info/issues/ .

Contents:

Fedorenko finite superelement method and its applications

M.Galanin, S.Lazareva, and E.Savenkov (Russia)

Difference schemes for nonlinear BVPs on the semiaxis

I.P.Gavrilyuk, M.Hermann, M.V.Kutniv, and V.L.Makarov (Germany,

Ukraine)

Numerical study of two-grid preconditioners for 1-D

elliptic problems with highly oscillating discontinuous coefficients

O.Iliev, R.Lazarov, and J.Willems (USA, Germany)

Stability of implicit difference equations generated by parabolic

functional differential problems

K.Kropielnicka (Poland)

A refined mixed finite element method for stationary Navier-Stokes

equations with mixed boundary conditions using Lagrange multipliers

S.Nicaise, L.Paquet, and Rafilipojaona (France)

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