- Today's Editor:
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- Sandia National Labs
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- Free LGO demo software available for education and non-profit research
- New CFD Textbook
- Numerics in Finance, Germany, Nov 2007
- Workshop on Optimization On Manifolds, New Orleans, Dec 2007
- SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences (LS08), Quebec, Aug 2008
- SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (DM08), Vermont, Jun 2008
- Math. Aspects of Computer and Info. Sciences (MACIS), Paris, Dec 2007
- Deadline extended --- SIAM Conf. on Optimization, Boston, May 2008
- Seminar Iserles & Farrelly, Spain, Oct 24, 2007
- Conell University - OR&IE Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
- Faculty position at University of Pennsylvania
- Software Developer position in Numerical Algebra at Acceleware Corp.
- Postdoc, Computational Immunology, Yale University School of Medicine
- Position in Bergen, Norway
- Ph.D. Opening at McMaster University
- MSc and PhD studies in applied mathematics
- Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing
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From: "Janos D. Pinter" <jdpinter@hfx.eastlink.ca>

Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2007 15:48:20 -0300

**Subject: Free LGO demo software available for education and non-profit research**

Dear Colleagues,

We have made available an easy-to-use demonstration version of the

LGO global and local optimization solver suite. Solvable model sizes

are limited to 10 model variables and 10 model functions, in addition

to model variable bounds. This demo software can be freely used for

educational, non-profit research, and evaluation purposes.

Please contact us, if you wish to receive further information and/or

the software. The LGO demo software is currently available in two

versions: one of these can be used with the free Tiny C compiler (by

Fabrice Bellard), the other with the free C# compiler (by Microsoft).

Sincerely,

Frank Kampas and Janos Pinter

<fkampas@msn.com> <jdpinter@hfx.eastlink.ca>

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From: chaoqun liu <cliu@omega.uta.edu>

Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2007 12:40:13 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: New CFD Textbook**

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

A Practical Approach

By

Jiyuan TU, Professor of Computational Fluid Dynamics, School of Aerospace,

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, RMIT University, Australia

Guan Heng YEOH, Senior Research Scientist, ANSTO (Australian Nuclear

Science and Technology Organizations) and Visiting Professor, City

University of Hong Kong

Chaoqun LIU, Director of the Center for Numerical Simulation and Modeling,

and Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at

Arlington, US

Description

A senior level undergraduate and graduate textbook for a wide audience of

engineering students taking a first course in CFD or Computer Aided

Engineering. Fully course matched, with the most extensive and rigorous

pedagogy and features of any book in the field. The first book in the

field aimed at CFD users rather than developers.

Audience

Senior level undergraduate and graduate students of mechanical, aerospace,

civil, chemical, environmental and marine engineering. Beginner users of

commercial CFD software tools (including CFX and FLUENT)

More information about this book can be found at

http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/bookdescription.cws_home/712893/description

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From: Kees Oosterlee <c.w.oosterlee@tudelft.nl>

Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2007 21:37:22 +0200

**Subject: Numerics in Finance, Germany, Nov 2007**

Announcement for a Workshop "Numerics for Finance",

at the Commerzbank in Frankfurt am Main, Germany,

November 5th and 6th 2007.

-- PDE methods for pricing financial derivatives;

-- Recent development in monte Carlo methods;

-- Numerical techniques in risk management.

Complete programme now available at:

http://castor.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de/Numerics_of_Finance/Programm.pdf

Registration under:

http://castor.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de/Numerics_of_Finance/

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From: Pierre-Antoine Absil <absil@inma.ucl.ac.be>

Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 11:49:36 +0200

**Subject: Workshop on Optimization On Manifolds, New Orleans, Dec 2007**

One-day pre-conference workshop on "Optimization On Manifolds" at the

46th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, New Orleans, LA, USA,

Tuesday December 11, 2007.

Organizers:

P.-A. Absil, Knut Hueper, Rodolphe Sepulchre

Additional Lecturers:

Uwe Helmke, Michel Journee, Shankar Sastry, Jochen Trumpf

The recent years have witnessed an increasing interest in the

development of efficient optimization algorithms defined on manifolds.

Applications abound in numerical linear algebra (eigenproblems),

statistical analysis (Principal and Independent Component analysis),

signal processing (blind source separation, subspace tracking), machine

learning (clustering), computer vision (pose estimation), to name a few.

Good algorithms result from the combination of insights from

differential geometry, optimization and numerical analysis.

The purpose of the workshop is to provide a tutorial introduction to

this rich field of applied mathematics with a parsimonious selection of

topics in differential geometry and in numerical algebra, and with an

illustration of engineering problems where the theory is currently applied.

The details of the workshop can be found at

http://www.inma.ucl.ac.be/~absil/oom/cdc07/

with a link to the conference and workshop web sites.

Pre-registration for the pre-CDC workshops is strongly encouraged.

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From: "Nicole C. Jorlett" <Jorlett@siam.org>

Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2007 15:26:48 -0400

**Subject: SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences (LS08), Quebec, Aug 2008**

Call for Submissions

SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences (LS08)

Hyatt Regency Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

August 4-7, 2008

Invited Plenary Speakers:

Paul Bressloff, University of Utah

Richard L. Ehman, Mayo Clinic

Jeff Hasty, University of California, San Diego

Sharon Lubkin, North Carolina State University

Ilya Shmulevich, Institute for Systems Biology

Karl Sigmund, University of Vienna, Austria

Kai E. Thomenius, GE Global Research

Claire J. Tomlin, University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University

The Call for Presentations for this conference is available at:

http://www.siam.org/meetings/ls08/

**Deadlines**

Minisymposium proposals: January 4, 2008

Abstracts for all contributed and minisymposium presentations: February 4, 2008

For additional information, contact SIAM Conference Department at

meetings@siam.org.

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From: "Nicole C. Jorlett" <Jorlett@siam.org>

Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2007 14:22:41 -0400

**Subject: SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (DM08), Vermont, Jun 2008**

Call for Submittions

SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (DM08)

University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont

June 16-19, 2008

Invited Plenary Speakers:

Anne Condon, The University of British Columbia, Canada

Chris Godsil, University of Waterloo, Canada

David S. Johnson, AT&T

Milena Mihail, Georgia Institute of Technology

Bojan Mohar, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Patric Östergård, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

Baruch Schieber, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Angelika Steger, Institute of Theoretical Computer Science, Zürich, Switzerland

The Call for Presentations for this conference is available at:

http://www.siam.org/meetings/dm08/

**Deadlines**

Minisymposium proposals: January 7, 2008

Abstracts for all contributed and minisymposium presentations: January 21, 2008

For additional information, contact SIAM Conference Department at

meetings@siam.org.

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From: MACIS 2007 <macis2007@unican.es>

Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007 22:56:44 +0200

**Subject: Math. Aspects of Computer and Info. Sciences (MACIS), Paris, Dec 2007**

MACIS 2007 - International Conference on

Mathematical Aspects of Computer and Information Sciences

Paris, France, December 5-7, 2007

http://www-spiral.lip6.fr/MACIS2007

CALL FOR PAPERS

Mathematical Aspects of Computer and Information Sciences (MACIS) is a

new series of conferences where foundational research on theoretical

and practical problems of mathematics for computing and information

processing may be presented and discussed. MACIS also addresses

experimental and case studies, scientific and engineering computation,

design and implementation of algorithms and software systems, and

applications of mathematical methods and tools to outstanding and

emerging problems in applied computer and information sciences. Each

conference focuses on two or three themes.

The themes for MACIS 2007 are:

* Computational Geometry and Computer Aided Geometric Design

* Polynomial System Solving

* Algorithms and Complexity

The first MACIS conference took place in Beijing (China), July 24-26,

2006 (see http://www.cc4cm.org/macis2006/ for more details).

SUBMISSION

Potential participants of MACIS 2007 are invited to submit extended

abstracts (3-4 pages) or full papers describing their work to be

presented at the conference. The submitted extended abstracts and full

papers will be reviewed by members of the Program Committee (PC) for

soundness and relevance to the conference. Submission of original

research papers is encouraged, while published material and work in

progress will also be considered for presentation at the

conference. Electronic submissions are strongly preferred by using the

web page http://www.easychair.org/MACIS2007/ or should be sent in PDF

or PS format as e-mail attachments to the PC chair:

E_mail: macis2007@unican.es

Accepted extended abstracts and full papers will be printed for

distribution at the conference. Authors of the extended abstracts and

full papers accepted for presentation at the conference will be

invited to submit their full and/or revised papers for publication in

special issues of Mathematics in Computer Science (MCS -

http://www.cc4cm.org/mcs) by Birkhauser/Springer after the

meeting. The submitted papers will be formally reviewed by PC members

and external referees according to the refereeing procedure of MCS.

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for extended abstract submission: October 21, 2007

Notification of acceptance or rejection: November 12, 2007

Conference taking place: December 5-7, 2007

Deadline for full paper submission: January 31, 2008

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From: "Nicole C. Jorlett" <Jorlett@siam.org>

Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007 14:25:39 -0400

**Subject: Deadline extended --- SIAM Conf. on Optimization, Boston, May 2008**

Conference Name: SIAM Conference on Optimization

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Dates: May 10 - 13, 2008

SUBMISSION DEADLINES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED

November 8, 2007: Minisymposium proposals

November 8, 2007: Abstracts for contributed and minisymposium speakers

Visit http://www.siam.org/meetings/op08/participation.php to submit.

For more information about the conference, visit

http://www.siam.org/meetings/op08/ or contact SIAM Conference Department

at meetings@siam.org.

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From: "Miguel A. Ben=?ISO-8859-1?B?7Q==?=tez" <miguelangel.benitez@uam.es>

Date: Tue, 09 Oct 2007 13:36:26 +0200

**Subject: Seminar Iserles & Farrelly, Spain, Oct 24, 2007**

We are glad to inform that two seminars will take place on October 24

within the IMDEA Mathematics Seminar Series. The event will be hosted

at the facilities of the Institute, in the Faculty of Sciences of the

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. The first seminar will be given by

Prof. Iserles (Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge

University), entitled " On a Lie - Poisson system and its Lie algebra

", and the second one will be given by Prof. Farrelly (Department of

Chemistry, Utah State University), entitled "Chaos and the formation

of binary objects in the Kuiper-belt."

www.imdea.org/mathematics

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From: "K. Baier" <kmb255@cornell.edu>

Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007 11:53:58 -0400

**Subject: Conell University - OR&IE Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Positions**

Cornell University

School of Operations Research and Information Engineering

Cornell University's School of Operations Research and Information

Engineering (OR&IE) is seeking candidates for tenured/tenure-track faculty

positions. The search is focused on statistics, applied operations research

and financial engineering. The ability to teach courses in data mining or

simulation is desirable but not essential. The ranks of the appointments are

open. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Operations Research, Industrial

Engineering, Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related

discipline by the start date of the appointment and have demonstrable

excellence in teaching and research.

The School of OR&IE and the College of Engineering at Cornell University

embrace diversity and seek candidates who will foster a climate that attracts

students of all races, nationalities and genders. We strongly encourage

women and underrepresented minorities to apply.

Applicants should provide a c.v., 1-page statements of research directions

and of teaching interests, a doctoral transcript for junior applicants, and

any other supporting materials. Please apply online at

https://fast.orie.cornell.edu/ as early as possible. Applications received

by January 31, 2008 will receive full consideration.

Cornell University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and

employer.

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From: George Biros <biros@seas.upenn.edu>

Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 11:29:12 -0400

**Subject: Faculty position at University of Pennsylvania**

THE DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND APPLIED MECHANICS at the

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA invites applications for tenure-track

positions in the area of computational science and engineering, with

applications to mechanics of solids, fluids, and interfaces, transport

phenomena, biomechanics, biophysics and complex mechanical systems.

Candidates at the assistant, associate, and full professor level will

be considered. Opportunities exist for joint appointments with other

engineering and/ or science departments. Applicants must have a

doctoral degree, exceptional promise for or proven record of research

achievement, and commitment to undergraduate and graduate

education. The successful candidate will be expected to initiate and

participate in high quality, externally-funded research

programs.

Applicants should submit their applications electronically

at the website http://www.me.upenn.edu/compsearch.html.

The Department maintains strong collaborations with other engineering

departments, the Medical School, the School of Arts and Sciences, and

the Wharton School. Information about the Department is available at

http:// www.me.upenn.edu. The University of Pennsylvania is an equal

opportunity employer. Minorities, women, individuals with

disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

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From: "Sarah MacKinnon-Cormier" <sarah.mackinnon-cormier@acceleware.com>

Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2007 09:16:41 -0600

**Subject: Software Developer position in Numerical Algebra at Acceleware Corp.**

Position: Software Developer - Numerical Algebra

Acceleware is looking for software developers to join a

high-performance scientific computing products development team.

Qualifications:

- 5+ years of professional software development or equivalent academic

experience.

- Extensive knowledge of iterative solvers and preconditioning

techniques for the solution of large sparse linear systems.

- Solid knowledge of matrix factorizations: eigenvalue, singular value,

QR, LU.

- Understanding of stability, conditioning, and convergence of numerical

algorithms.

- Knowledge of numerical techniques for solving PDEs, especially finite

element, method of moments, and multigrid.

- Demonstrated ability in the complete software development cycle.

- Object-oriented programming knowledge, preferably in C++.

- Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics,

Engineering, or related field. Advanced degrees an asset.

- Excellent technical communication skills.

Information about the position and application procedures can be found

at http://acceleware.com (under position DVX NA107-2).

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From: Steven Kleinstein <steven.kleinstein@yale.edu>

Date: Tue, 09 Oct 2007 21:39:19 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc, Computational Immunology, Yale University School of Medicine**

Department of Pathology

Postdoc Associate Position

Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Pathology is seeking

one (1) postdoctoral associate in the Computational Laboratory for

Immunology and Pathology (CLIP). The successful candidate will develop

and apply computational methods/models and bioinformatics approaches to

disease processes and the immune response in close collaborations with

experimentalists. The ideal candidate will have strong quantitative and

programming abilities, along with a demonstrated interest in applying

these skills to problems in biology.

Interested candidates should forward a CV and short description of

research interests together with the names and addresses of three

references to steven.kleinstein@yale.edu

Review of applications will begin on September 30th, 2007.

Yale University is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer.

Minority and female applicants are encouraged to apply.

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From: "T.R.Hopkins" <T.R.Hopkins@kent.ac.uk>

Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2007 10:11:00 +0100

**Subject: Position in Bergen, Norway**

Position in Bergen, Norway: MPI Parallel Programming for Industrial

Applications

BSSI (http://www.bssi.no) is an international SME software company

devoted to developing software for industrial applications --

presently applications for painting processes in the automotive

industry. The topic of MPI programming on multi-core architectures is

a strategic part of BSSI's R&D activities and BSSI has a position that

it is seeking to fill in this area. Being part of an SME naturally

means the topics of work and the manner of working may not appeal to

everyone but those seeking a challenge with the opportunity to make a

substantial contribution to industry and who feel the following

profile is not too daunting should send a resume to one of the people

mentioned at the foot of this note.

Profile of a successful candidate

* Strong background in software development preferably with exposure

to Fortran.

* Should not be afraid of mathematics or numerical methods.

* Exposure to MPI programming is a definite plus.

* Should be able to work long hours, under pressure, with time

constraints, and with a team of professional programmers,

scientists, and mathematicians.

* Should be able and willing to talk with, meet, and travel to

clients from any country.

Topics Covered

* The main topic is the development of methods and strategies for

parallel programming using MPI on multi-core architectures.

* The implementation of these methods and strategies in Fortran

code integrated with BSSI's suite of tools for industrial applications.

* Testing, verification, and documentation of all written code

using real-world examples from industry.

The position is ideal for a Research Assistant or Visiting scientist.

BSSI staff would also be willing and able to act as academic

supervisor to students with a strong first degree in a computer

science oriented subject who wish to consider the listed topics as the

basis for a research degree. Students could be registered at the

University of Kent or at one of the other Universities that BSSI works

with.

Females are encouraged to apply.

Environment: The environment supporting this activity is located in

Bergen, Norway. The successful candidate is expected to either live in

Bergen or to visit Bergen.

Language: The working language is English.

Contacts

* Patrick Gaffney, D.Phil., (pat@bssi.no) ~ Norway

* Leonard Gray, PhD, (len@bssi-tt.com) ~ USA

* Brian Ford, PhD, (brian.ford9@btinternet.com) ~ UK

* Tim Hopkins, PhD, (T.R.Hopkins@kent.ac.uk) ~ UK

* Suh, Soo-Hyun, P.E. (shush@sstcorp.co.kr) ~ Korea

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From: Bartosz Protas <bprotas@mcmaster.ca>

Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 10:57:46 -0400

**Subject: Ph.D. Opening at McMaster University**

An opening for a Ph.D. student is available at McMaster University

with a start date in January 2008. The student will be enrolled in the

graduate program in the School of Computational Engineering & Science,

or in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and will work with

Dr. Protas on problems of PDE-constrained optimization using

adjoint-based techniques (the project will involve collaboration with

an Industrial Partner). Candidates should have an M.Sc. degree in

Applied Mathematics, Computer Science or a relevant engineering

discipline. For further details, including admission procedures and

requirements and a description of the CES and Applied Mathematics

programs, please consult the following URLs:

http://computational.mcmaster.ca/

http://www.math.mcmaster.ca/graduate/

Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Protas at the address:

Bartosz Protas

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

McMaster University

Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA L8S 4K1

Phone: +1 (905) 525 9140 ext. 24116

Fax: +1 (905) 522 0935

Email: bprotas@mcmaster.ca

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From: "LAI, Choi-Hong" <C.H.Lai@gre.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 09 Oct 2007 09:46:24 +0100

**Subject: MSc and PhD studies in applied mathematics**

University of Greenwich

MSc Applied Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing (AMMSC)

PhD Applied Mathematics

This advertisement is aimed at students who wish to consider January

entrance. Potential students aiming at distinctive MSc results with

migration to PhD studies in applied mathematics are invited to apply.

Fundings are not available for students at the MSc level. However

students successfully completed the MSc with distinctive results will

be selected to continue a PhD research programme, which will then be

fully funded, at the Centre for Numerical Modelling and Process

Analysis. Please refer to http://www.cms.gre.ac.uk for a full

description of the research activities.

Deadline for application: 30/11/2007.

Application form from http://cse.gre.ac.uk

The Masters programme is run by the Department of Mathematical

Sciences at Greenwich, within the School of of Computing and

Mathematical Sciences. This highly regarded department was ranked

10th in the 2007 UK departmental ranking

(http://www.timesonline.co.uk/section/0,,6734,00.html),

and the MSc is taught by members of the Centre for Numerical Modelling

and Process Analysis, an award winning research group.

This Masters programme aims to train and equip Honours graduates in

engineering, science or mathematics and suitably qualified

professionals, with the skills required to understand, and use, applied

mathematical modelling techniques and scientific computing technologies

in industry. Emphasis will be placed on modelling phenomena governed by

the physics of fluid flow, heat transfer, electromagnetics and solid

mechanics using CFD, FEA and other software tools. A core philosophy of

the programme is to introduce the students to the concept of

multi-physics modelling, where interactions between the governing

physics, and hence the relevant solution and software technologies, are

important. A strand of the programme is devoted to Fire and Evacuation

modelling, for candidates with Fire Safety degree background. Details of

available modules can be found at:

http://cse.gre.ac.uk

Entry requirements: A good Bachelor's degree in engineering, physics,

mathematics or a relevant related discipline. Those who have

substantial commercial or industrial experience but lack formal

qualifications should seek an interview with the programme leader.

Further details of the programme, applications, enquiries should

reach cmsinfo@gre.ac.uk (Mrs. Marilyn Nichols) or cse@gre.ac.uk

Professor C.-H. Lai

Programme leader - MSc AMMSC

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From: Chi-Wang Shu <shu@dam.brown.edu>

Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2007 23:27:32 -0400

**Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing**

Journal of Scientific Computing

http://www.springeronline.com/journal/10915

Volume 33, Number 2, November 2007

A Nonlinear Multigrid Method for Total Variation Minimization

from Image Restoration

Ke Chen and Xue-Cheng Tai, pp.115-138.

On Time Staggering for Wave Equations

J. G. Verwer, pp.139-154.

A Posteriori Error Estimates of Recovery Type for Distributed

Convex Optimal Control Problems

Ruo Li, Wenbin Liu and Ningning Yan, pp.155-182.

Minimal Stabilization for Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element

Methods for Hyperbolic Problems

E. Burman and B. Stamm, pp.183-208.

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From: Joseph Traub <traub@cs.columbia.edu>

Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2007 15:34:31 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Contents, J. Complexity, Vol 23, Fall, 2007**

Journal of Complexity

Volume 23, Fall, 2007

Special Issue:

Festschrift for the 60th Birthday of

Henryk Wozniakowski

Guest Editors' Preface

Boleslaw Kacewicz, Leszek Plaskota, Grzegorz Wasilkowski

On the counting function of the lattice profile of periodic sequences

Fang-Wei Fu, Harald Niederreiter

Strong tractability of multivariate integration of arbitrary high order

using digitally shifted polynomial lattice rules

Josef Dick, Friedrich Pillichshammer

Regularized collocation method for Fredholm integral equations of the

first kind

M. Thamban Nair, Sergei V. Pereverzev

Wavelet para-bases and sampling numbers in function spaces on domains

Hans Triebel

CBS constants for multilevel splitting of graph-Laplacian and application to

preconditioning of discontinuous Galerkin systems

R.D. Lazarov, S.D. Margenov

Pseudorandom numbers and entropy conditions

Istvan Berkes, Walter Philipp, Robert F. Tichy

Quadrature in Besov spaces on the Euclidean sphere

K. Hesse, H.N. Mhaskar, I.H. Sloan

A note on the complexity and tractability of the heat equation

Arthur G. Werschulz

Error propagation of general linear methods for ordinary differential

equations

J.C Butcher, Z. Jackiewicz, W.M. Wright

On the existence of higher order polynomial lattices based on a generalized

figure of merit

Joseph Dick, Peter Kritzer, Friedrich Pillichshammer, Wolfgang Ch. Schmid

A note on parallel and alternating time

Felipe Cucker, Irene Briquel

Searching for extensible Korobov rules

Hardeep S. Gill, Christiane Lemieux

Optimal approximation of elliptic problems by linear and nonlinear mappings

III: Frames

Stephan Dahlke, Erich Novak , Winfried Sickel

A note on the existence of sequences with small star-discrepancy

Josef Dick

Optimal recovery of solutions of the generalized heat equation in the unit

ball from inaccurate data

K.Yu Osipenko, E.V. Wedenskaya

Discrepancy with respect to convex polygons

W.W.L. Chen, G. Travaglini

Simple Monte-Carlo and the Metropolis algorithm

Peter Mathe, Erich Novak

Tensor-product approximation to operators and functions in high dimensions

Wolfgang Hackbusch, Boris N. Khoromskij

BDDC methods for discontinuous Galerkin discretization of elliptic problems

Maksymilian Dryja, Juan Galvis, Marcus Sarkis

An effective algorithm for generation of factorial designs with generalized

minimum aberration

Kai-Tai Fang, Aijun Zhang, Runze Li

Lattice-Nystrom method for Fredholm integral equations of the second kind

with convolution type kernels

Josef Dick, Peter Kritzer, Frances Y. Kuo , Ian H. Sloan

Sampling numbers and function spaces

Jan Vybiral

Quantum lower bounds by entropy numbers

Stefan Heinrich

On the complexity of the multivariate Sturm-Liouville eigenvalue problem

A. Papageorgiou

Cubature formulas for function spaces with moderate smoothness

Michael Gnewuch, Rene Lindloh, Reinhold Schneider, Anand Srivastav

Disintegration of Gaussian measures and average-case optimal algorithms

Vaja Tarieladze, Nicholas Vakhania

Free-knot spline approximation of stochastic processes

Jacob Creutzig, Thomas Muller-Gronbach, Klaus Ritter

On the best interval quadrature formulae for classes of differentiable

periodic functions

V.F.Babenko, D.S. Skorokhodov

Deterministic constructions of compressed sensing matrices

Ronald A. DeVore

On linear codes with large weights simultaneously for the Rosenbloom-Tsfasman

and Hamming metrics

M.M. Skriganov

Computation of local radius of information in SM-IBC identification of

nonlinear systems

Mario Milanese, Carlo Novara

A note on two fixed point problems

Ch. Boonyasiriwat, K. Sikorski, Ch. Xiong

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From: "Commun. Comput. Phys." <cicp@global-sci.com>

Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007 11:20:33 +0800 (HKT)

**Subject: Contents, Commun. Comput. Phys. Vol. 2 No. 5 **

Communications in Computational Physics (CiCP)

http://www.global-sci.com

http://www.global-sci.com/issue/contents/2/issue5.html

Volume 2, Number 5, 2007

Review Article:

O. Runborg

Mathematical models and numerical methods for high frequency waves.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 827-880.

Regular Articles:

M. F. Adams and Y. Nishimura

Parallel algebraic multigrid methods in gyrokinetic turbulence simulations.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 881-899.

S. Garcia

The lid-driven square cavity flow: From stationary to time periodic

and chaotic. Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 900-932.

Y. Liu, C.-W. Shu, E. Tadmor and M. Zhang

Non-oscillatory hierarchical reconstruction for central and finite

volume schemes. Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 933-963.

E. Chiavazzo, A. N. Gorban and I. V. Karlin

Comparison of invariant manifolds for model reduction in chemical kinetics.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 964-992.

R. RÃµÃµm and M. Zirk

Amplitude factorization method in the atmospheric gravity-wave equation.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 993-1006.

S. Deng and W. Cai

Discrete image approximations of ionic solvent induced reaction

field to charges. Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 1007-1026.

J. A. Carrillo, A. Majorana and F. Vecil

A semi-Lagrangian deterministic solver for the semiconductor Boltzmann-Poisson

system.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 1027-1054.

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

Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2007 09:20:35 -0400

**Subject: Contents, ETNA, vol. 27**

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

vol. 27, 2006. This is a special volume on "Difference Equations and

Special Functions" edited by F. Marcellan and A. Ruffing.

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-v Table of contents and abstracts

vi Preface

1-12 E. Akin-Bohner, M. Bohner, and S. H. Saker

Oscillation criteria for a certain class of second order

Emden-Fowler dynamic equations

13-25 A. Cabada

The method of lower and upper solutions for periodic and

anti-periodic difference equations

26-33 J. DeVries and A. Hulme

Oscillation of factored dynamic equations

34-50 R. A'lvarez-Nodarse, N. M. Atakishiyev, and R. S. Costas-Santos

Factorization of the hypergeometric-type difference equation on

the uniform lattice

51-70 L. Erbe and A. Peterson

Recent results concerning dynamic equations on time scales

71-77 B. Kaymakcalan and A. Zafer

Langenhop's inequality and applications for dynamic equations

78-93 R. Meyer-Spasche

On difference schemes for quasilinear evolution problems

94-112 H. L. Pedersen

Pick functions related to entire functions having negative zeros

113-123 W. Koepf

Orthogonal polynomials and recurrence equations, operator equations

and factorization

124-139 L. L. Littlejohn and A. Zettl

Left-definite variations of the classical Fourier expansion theorem

140-155 S. K. Suslov

An algebra of integral operators

156-162 V. G. Romanovski

Periodic points of some algebraic maps

163-176 M. Robnik and V. G. Romanovski

The difference equation related to the problem of the hydrogen atom

in a strong magnetic field

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

Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2007 15:57:36 +0300

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

Contents Comp. Meth. Appl. Math., Vol. 7 (2007), No. 3

COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

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

Contents:

Numerical solution of a hyperbolic-parabolic system by splitting

methods and optimal control

V.I. Agoshkov and E.A.Botvinovsky (Russia)

Stability of difference schemes for the equations of weakly

compressible liquid

P.Matus, O.Korolyova, and M.Chuiko (Belarus)

Integration of Jacobi and weighted Bernstein polynomials using bases

Transformations

Abedallah Rababah (Jordan)

A weighted residual parabolic acceleration time integration method

for problems in structural dynamics

S.H. Razavi, A. Abolmaali, and M. Ghassemieh (Iran, USA)

Finite-order integration weights can be dangerous

I.H. Sloan (Australia)

Error bounds of a fully discrete projection method for Symm's integral

equation

S.G. Solodky and E.V. Lebedeva (Ukraine)

Fully and semi-discrete fourth-order schemes for hyperbolic

conservation laws

Y.H. Zahran (Egipt)

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