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

- Engineering Computing
- El Topo surface tracking software
- Call for submissions - SIAM Student Paper Prize - deadline March 15
- Springer CSE Prize 2009 - Call for Nominations
- Midwest Conf on Mathematical Methods for Images and Surfaces, Apr 2009
- Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Partial Differential Equations, May 2009
- Workshop "Math & Fire", Zaragoza, Jun 2009
- Workshop on Graphs and Combinatorial Optimization, Paris, Jun 2009
- Workshop on Compatible and Innovative Discretizations for PDE, Jun 2009
- REU in Computational Mathematics & Nonlinear Dynamics, Summer 2009
- Coupled Models in Energy, Hydro, & Climate, Berlin, Oct 2009
- Lectureship, High Performance/Scientific Computing, Strathclyde Univ
- Faculty position at Oxford
- Postdoc Postions at Cornell Univ. in Simulation-Optimization
- PhD student in applied mathematics, Univ Vienna, Austria
- PhD position in Numerical Analysis at NTNU, Norway.
- Contents, Mathem. Modelling and Analysis Vol.14 no. 1
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From: Evgenii Rudnyi <evgenii@rudnyi.ru>

Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 17:45:56 +0100

**Subject: Engineering Computing**

The term scientific computing enjoys widespread use. Yet, it seems that

an extra layer is necessary to reach practitioners. To this end I have

written a small text about some practical things

Engineering Computing: Mixing Knowledge Transfer, Programming, and Numerics

http://evgenii.rudnyi.ru/doc/misc/EngineeringComputing.html

Here I have presented a case study of an application of a new

mathematical idea (model reduction) in practice and what it took to

reach practical success. The goal was to point out that a certain

combination of skills, to which I refer to as engineering computing, is

necessary when one would like to apply some already developed idea in

industry.

The text is not scientific but it could be probably interesting as an

outsider viewpoint on "mathematics and engineering".

Best wishes,

Evgenii Rudnyi

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From: Robert Bridson <rbridson@cs.ubc.ca>

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 10:05:49 -0800

**Subject: El Topo surface tracking software**

We are pleased to release El Topo 0.1b, a public domain C++ package

for tracking dynamic surfaces in 3D represented with triangle meshes.

It can be freely downloaded from:

http://www.cs.ubc.ca/labs/imager/tr/2009/eltopo/eltopo.html

It fully robustly handles topology changes such as merging and

pinching off, adaptively maintaining a tangle-free high quality

triangulation. Code examples provided include entropy solutions of

constant speed surface evolution, motion by mean curvature, and

advection in a specified flow.

- Tyson Brochu and Robert Bridson

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From: "J. M. Littleton" <Littleton@siam.org>

Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2009 22:57:04 -0500

**Subject: Call for submissions - SIAM Student Paper Prize - deadline March 15**

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - The SIAM Student Paper Prize - deadline March 15

The SIAM STUDENT PAPER PRIZE is awarded every year to the student

author(s) of the most outstanding paper(s) submitted to the SIAM Student

Paper Competition. This award is based solely on the merit and content

of the student's contribution to the submitted paper. The prize

recognizes outstanding scholarship by students in applied mathematics or

scientific computing. Up to three awards are given.

The 2009 SIAM Student Paper Prize will be awarded at the SIAM Annual

Meeting, to be held July 6-10, 2009, in Denver, Colorado. Each prize

recipient will receive a framed certificate plus a cash award of $1,000

and will have the opportunity to present his or her paper at the 2009

SIAM Annual Meeting. Recipients also receive $500 toward travel

expenses and gratis registration for the meeting.

Eligibility is restricted to students in good standing who do not yet

hold the degree of PhD on the application deadline. Papers entered in

the competition must have already been submitted for publication.

Submissions may be based on co-authored papers. Instructions on how to

submit a paper and other required documents can be found at

www.siam.org/prizes/nominations/nom_student.php.

All papers and accompanying documentation must be received at the SIAM

office on or before MARCH 15, 2009. Please address your submission to

the SIAM Student Paper Prize Committee and send it to J. M. Littleton at

littleton@siam.org. Any inquiries should come to littleton@siam.org.

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From: Martin Peters <Martin.Peters@springer.com>

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 03:52:03 -0500

**Subject: Springer CSE Prize 2009 - Call for Nominations**

Springer CSE Prize 2009

For the first time in the year 2009, Springer will establish and award

a prize to scientists in the field of computational science and

engineering. With this prize Springer recognises the importance of

this cross-disciplinary and growing field. Proposals for the

prize-winners should observe the following guidelines and conditions:

1. The Springer CSE Prize will be given to a team of at least two

scientists. The scientific background of the team members should

arise from at least two different fields of science, and they should

not have reached 40 years of age by the date of the proposal

submission deadline. They should have distinguished themselves by an

instance of outstanding research in CSE, possibly documented by a

publication. 2. The prize winning team will be selected by the

editors of the book series Lecture Notes in Computational Science and

Engineering.

3. The award amount is US $ 10000.

4. The deadline for the 2009 prize is 30th April, 2009. Proposals

should be sent, preferable by e-mail, to Martin Peters, Springer,

Tiergartenstr. 17, 69121 Heidelberg, Germany,

Martin.Peters@springer.com . Proposal should include basic

biographical information on the candidates including the dates of

birth, plus a description of the scientific result on not more than 4

A4-size pages.

5. The award of the 2009 prize will take place at the conference

Numerische Mathmatik 50, Munich, 15th and 16th June, 2009.

The Springer CSE Prize will in the future be awarded biannually.

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From: Duan Chen <chenduan@msu.edu>

Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2009 17:29:08 -0500

**Subject: Midwest Conf on Mathematical Methods for Images and Surfaces, Apr 2009**

ANNOUNCEMENT

April 18-19, 2009 Midwest Conference on Mathematical Methods for Images and

Surfaces

http://www.math.msu.edu/MCMM

REGISTRATION COSTS: $100 for faculty,$30 for graduate students and postdocs.

(Registration includes meals on Saturday and Sunday, and admission to lectures

and posters).

LOCAL SUPPORT APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 15, 2009.

Limited local support grants are available for graduate students, postdocs and

junior faculty members. Each grant offers registration fee reimbursement and

shared hotel accommodation.

(No travel grants available now.).

APPLICATION CONTACT: Duan Chen

(chenduan@math.msu.edu)

POSTERS ARE WELCOME.

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From: Wolfgang Bangerth <bangerth@math.tamu.edu>

Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 10:49:27 -0600

**Subject: Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Partial Differential Equations, May 2009**

Funded by the NSF-CBMS conference program, we are organizing a course on

Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Partial Differential Equations

from May 18-22, 2009 at Texas A&M University. The principal lecturer of this

conference, Rolf Rannacher has long been at the forefront of research on

adaptive finite element methods. The conference will also provide the

opportunity for participants to learn how to use the finite element package

deal.II for practical applications of the material discussed in the lectures.

The targeted audience are graduate students, postdocs, early career faculty,

and advanced undergraduates.

The organizers have funds to support travel and lodging of a limited number of

participants. Please let us know if you seek support along with your

application to participate.

Details of the program and the application process can be found at the

conference webpage at

http://dealii.org/cbms/

See you at Texas A&M,

Guido Kanschat & Wolfgang Bangerth

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From: Luis Randez <randez@unizar.es>

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 08:28:01 -0500

**Subject: Workshop "Math & Fire", Zaragoza, Jun 2009**

Workshop "Math & Fire"

June 15-17 2009

http://iuma.unizar.es/maths_fire/

To show the role of Mathematics in modeling processes in combustion, and fire

propagation. The WS pretends to put in contact scientists, engineers and fire

controllers, to analyze actual problems and how Maths can help in searching

solutions for them.

TOPICS

The topics to be addressed include (but are not limited to): Combustion

processes, Fluid mechanics, Heat transfer, Fire at wildland-urban interfaces,

Modelization, Numerical methods, ...

Abstracts due: April 15th, 2009

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From: Antonio Mucherino <mucherino@lix.polytechnique.fr>

Date: Sun, 1 Mar 2009 04:54:18 -0500

**Subject: Workshop on Graphs and Combinatorial Optimization, Paris, Jun 2009**

CTW09, June 2-5, 2009, Paris (France)

Extended deadline: March 15th 2009

Call for papers: The Cologne-Twente Workshop on Graphs and

Combinatorial Optimization 2009 welcomes contributions on theory and

applications of discrete algorithms, graphs and combinatorial

structures in the wide sense. CTW09 will be organized by LIX, Ιcole

Polytechnique, and will take place at the Conservatoire National

d'Arts et Mιtiers (CNAM), in the center of Paris.

Abstract Submission: To submit a contribution, please prepare an

extended abstract of at most 4 pages and submit it by EasyChair

(details on our website

http://www.lix.polytechnique.fr/ctw09/submission.php)

using the templates available on the website. The

scientific committee will select the presentations for the workshop on

the basis of the extended abstracts received.

Proceedings volume: A special issue of the journal Discrete Applied

Mathematics is planned as a post-conference proceedings outlet.

Email: ctw09.paris@gmail.com.

More information can be found on the workshop website

http://www.lix.polytechnique.fr/ctw09

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From: Douglas N Arnold <arnold@umn.edu>

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 15:54:11 -0600

**Subject: Workshop on Compatible and Innovative Discretizations for PDE, Jun 2009**

COMPATIBLE AND INNOVATIVE DISCRETIZATIONS FOR PDES:

Algorithms, analysis, and implementation

** A workshop on the occasion of Ragnar Winthers 60th birthday**

Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Oslo, June 17-19, 2009

This workshop will focus on compatible discretization techniques,

defined as discretization methods that inherit or mimic fundamental

properties of the PDE such as topology, conservation, symmetries, and

positivity structures and maximum principles. The workshop will bring

together researchers on the theoretical aspects of numerical methods

and scientists focusing on simulations and software development.

Invited speakers: Wolfgang Bangerth, Franco Brezzi, Annalisa Buffa,

Snorre Christiansen, Richard Falk, Ralf Hiptmair, Robert Kirby,

Anders Logg, Siddhartha Mishra, Marie Rognes, Joachim Schφberl,

Xue-Cheng Tai, Aslak Tveito

There will be a limited number of contributed talks of 20 minutes.

To be considered for a contributed talk, please email the proposed

title and abstract to meg@simula.no by April 15, 2009.

Registration deadline is May 30, 2009.

For more information see cma.uio.no/conferences/2009/ragnar60.html

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From: Padmanabhan Seshaiyer <pseshaiy@gmu.edu>

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 09:53:37 -0500

**Subject: REU in Computational Mathematics & Nonlinear Dynamics, Summer 2009**

Program: Multidisciplinary Summer Research Experience (REU) in Computational

Mathematics and Nonlinear Dynamics of Biological, Biologically Inspired and

Engineering Systems

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at George Mason University will host

a multidisciplinary undergraduate research program in computational

mathematics and nonlinear dynamics of biological, bio-inspired and

engineering systems. This nine-week program program will expose eight

qualified mathematics undergraduate students and a K-12 teacher to advanced

topics in mathematics, problem-solving techniques and multidisciplinary

applications. Selected problems range from Reconstruction of Protein

networks and Aneurysm mechanics to Modeling of Micro Air Vehicles, Neuronal

field models, Porous substrates and Materials engineering applications. The

overall goal of this program is to encourage students and teachers to learn

by discovery and enhance their understanding of the multidisciplinary role

of mathematics in engineering, science and medicine. The metro region of

Washington, DC is a particularly fertile area for research and work

opportunities, including consulting, teaching and government.

Applicants must be undergraduate students who will be completing their

junior year by June 2009. Financial support for students include a stipend

of $3,375, free on-campus housing and meals, and a travel allowance up to

$550. Students with a strong background in advanced calculus, linear algebra

and differential equations are eligible to apply. Women and underrepresented

minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. Please note that under NSF

rules, only U.S. Citizens and permanent residents are eligible to receive

stipends and support for housing and travel costs.

The deadline for receiving all the application material is *April 10, 2009*

and accepted applicants will be notified immediately. For more details on

the program and application details, go to the program website:

http://math.gmu.edu/reu/

For additional information, please contact us via email at:

reu@math.gmu.edu

or via phone (703) 993-9787 or (703) 993-9688

Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer and Dr. Maria Emelianenko

REU Program Coordinators

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From: Matthias Ehrhardt <ehrhardt@wias-berlin.de>

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 09:38:40 +0100

**Subject: Coupled Models in Energy, Hydro, & Climate, Berlin, Oct 2009**

1st International Workshop

"Coupled Models in Energy, Hydrological and Climate Research"

October 5-6, 2009, WIAS, Berlin, Germany

- WWW: http://www.wias-berlin.de/workshops/coupled09/

We are pleased to announce that the first international workshop on

"Coupled Models in Energy, Hydrological and Climate Research"

will take place at the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis

and Stochastics (WIAS), Berlin, Germany during

the time period October 5-6, 2009,

The planned scientific topics in the fields of modeling, numerical methods

and applications will include

* Coupling between free and porous media flow

* Coupling of flow and transport models

* Coupling of atmospheric and ground water models

There will be invited talks (length 40 minutes + 5 minutes for discussion)

as well as contributed presentations

(probably 25 minutes, 20 minutes talk plus 5 minutes for questions).

If you are interested in giving a contributed talk

please send your tentative title and abstract to

Matthias Ehrhardt (ehrhardt@wias-berlin.de)

We will request a registration fee of 40 Euros.

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From: Mark Ainsworth <m.ainsworth@strath.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 12:40:07 +0000

**Subject: Lectureship, High Performance/Scientific Computing, Strathclyde Univ**

The Department of Mathematics, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, United

Kingdom is seeking to appoint a

PERMANENT LECTURER IN HIGH PERFORMANCE/SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING

The position is associated with the formation of an £8M Centre for

Numerical Algorithms and Intelligent Software (NAIS), funded by a

Science and Innovation award from EPSRC, which aims to provide

high-level training for the next generation of researchers in the

development of advanced numerical algorithms. Further information on

NAIS can be obtained at www.nais.org.uk.

The position will carry an attractive start-up package of research

funding, and coincides with the purchase of in-house high performance

computing hardware based in the Mathematics Department to which the

successful applicant will have full access.

You will join one of the largest and most diverse research groups in

numerical analysis in the UK, currently consisting of two Professors

and six Lecturers/Senior Lecturers/Readers. The Department also has

active research groups in applied analysis, industrial mathematics and

continuum mechanics.

You will be committed to excellence in teaching at Undergraduate and

Postgraduate levels and have a PhD in Mathematics, Computer Science,

Engineering or a related subject, as well as having an excellent

research track record in scientific or high performance computing or

similar industrial experience.

Informal enquiries concerning this post should be directed to

Professor Mark Ainsworth (email m.ainsworth@strath.ac.uk; tel +44 141

548 4535).

Further particulars can be obtained at

http://www.mis.strath.ac.uk/Personnel/open/232009.htm

whilst an online application can be made by going to

https://kara.mis.strath.ac.uk/vacancies/control/vacancyMenu

and clicking on "Academic" vacancies.

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From: Nick Trefethen <nick.trefethen@comlab.ox.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 15:43:38 +0000

**Subject: Faculty position at Oxford**

I am delighted to announce an opening in numerical

analysis/scientific computing at Oxford. The new appointee

will be a permanent faculty member with Oxford's standard

position of University Lecturer and a tutorial fellowship

in Oriel College, founded in 1326. We are looking

for outstanding candidates in all numerical areas

with strong links to applications, and the appointee

will be based in the new OCCAM institute funded by

KAUST as well as in Oxford's Numerical Analysis Group.

The deadline for applications is April 9, with interviews

of shortlisted candidates April 21. For details see

www.maths.ox.ac.uk/node/8927, and feel free to contact me

if you have any questions or suggestions.

Nick Trefethen, Oxford

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From: Christine Shoemaker <cas12@cornell.edu>

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 16:27:46 -0500

**Subject: Postdoc Postions at Cornell Univ. in Simulation-Optimization**

Candidate sought for development of computationally efficient algorithms for

continuous optimization and uncertainty analysis for complex simulation

models. Candidate should have some background in nonlinear continuous

optimization, numerical analysis, and statistics. Excellent computing

skills are required. Knowledge of parallel programming or architecture is an

advantage, but not a requirement. This is a valuable opportunity to work

with an active, multidisciplinary computational research group on the

development and application of new simulation- optimization and uncertainty

methods for complex systems. Others in the group are working on large real

application simulation models (some involving partial differential

equations) based on years of data to which optimization methods are applied.

The appointment will be for one year with possibility of renewal. Please

send application and resume via email to Prof. Shoemaker (cas12@cornell.edu)

(Schools of CEE and Operations Research and Information Engineering

(ORIE)). Include the earliest start date that is feasible for the

applicant (hopefully before July 2). Review of applications will be

immediate. The decision will be made as soon after April 1, 2009 that a

suitable candidate is found.

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From: Clemens Heitzinger <Clemens.Heitzinger@univie.ac.at>

Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 08:19:55 -0500

**Subject: PhD student in applied mathematics, Univ Vienna, Austria**

Open position: PhD student in applied mathematics / modeling and

simulation of biosensors

The Wolfgang Pauli Institute at the University of Vienna, Austria is

looking for a PhD student working in the field of the mathematical

modeling and simulation of biosensors. This position is part of an FWF

(Austrian Science Fund) project. The topic is very timely: we develop

the mathematical tools and the simulators to enable the theoretical

understanding of recently demonstrated field-effect biosensors. We

also collaborate with leading researchers in this field. More

information is available at

http://Clemens.Heitzinger.name/Research.html and at

http://www.wpi.ac.at.

Requirements: A master's degree in (applied) mathematics or a closely

related field is required. The successful candidate should have an

excellent background in applied mathematics, partial differential

equations, and their numerics. Programming skills and a good

background in physics are desirable.

Salary: The research is funded by the FWF (Austrian Science Fund)

according to its salary guidelines FWF Personalkostensδtze fόr

DoktorandIn neu

(http://www.fwf.ac.at/de/projects/personalkostensaetze_2008.html). The

position is limited to three years with a possible extension. Funding

for conference visits etc. is available. The working language is

English.

Inquiries and applications: please send the usual documents (CV,

degree certificates, references, and letter of motivation), preferably

by email, to   Clemens Heitzinger,  Wolfgang Pauli

Institute c/o Department of Mathematics , University of Vienna,

 Nordbergstrasse 15,  A-1090 Vienna, Austria, email:

Clemens.Heitzinger (at) univie.ac.at.   Applications will

be accepted until the position is filled.

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From: Brynjulf Owren <Brynjulf.Owren@math.ntnu.no>

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 05:36:39 -0500

**Subject: PhD position in Numerical Analysis at NTNU, Norway.**

Department of Mathematical Sciences, Norwegian University of Science and

Technology (NTNU) has a PhD grant available for the duration of three years.

The position is financed by the Norwegian Research Council. NTNU may offer a

six to twelve months extension as a teaching assistant.

The grant is a part of the project: Structure Preserving Algorithms in

Differential Equations; Applications, Computation, Education (SpadeACE).

The successful applicant will work on numerical algorithms for solving

differential equations with some basic underlying structure, typically based

on physical principles like conserved quantities (e.g. energy, momentum,

symplecticity, volume etc). Emphasis is given to both development of new and

improved schemes for such problems, but also to analysing the methods using

advanced mathematical tools from mathematical analysis, algebra and geometry.

Applications are due March 18, 2009.

For more details about the project, required qualifications, and how to apply,

please see http://www.ntnu.no/imf/english/research/spadeace

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From: Raimondas Ciegis <Raimondas.Ciegis@fm.vgtu.lt>

Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 20:58:24 +0200 (EET)

**Subject: Contents, Mathem. Modelling and Analysis Vol.14 no. 1**

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING AND ANALYSIS

The Baltic Journal on Mathematical Applications,

Numerical Analysis and Differential Equations

ISSN 1392-6292, ISSN 1648-3510 online, Electronical edition:

http://www.vgtu.lt/mma/

Arvet Pedas (Editor) Volume 14, Number 1, 2009 (pp. 1--138)

CONTENTS

A. Buikis, L. Buligins and H. Kalis. Mathematical Modelling of

Alternating Electromagnetic

and Hydrodynamic Fields, Induced by Bar Type Conductors in a Cylinder, pp. 1-9

R. {\v C}iegis. Numerical Solution of Hyperbolic Heat Conduction

Equation, pp. 11-24

T. Garbuza. Results for Sixth Order Positively Homogeneous Equations,

pp. 25-32

A. Gritsans and F. Sadyrbaev. Nonlinear Spectra: the Neumann Problem,

pp. 33-42

Z. Jackiewicz, Y. Kuang, C. Thalhauser and B. Zubik-Kowal. Numerical

Solution of a Model for Brain Cancer Progression after Therapy,

pp. 43-56

J. Janno and J. Engelbrecht. Identification of Microstructured

Materials by Phase and Group Velocities, pp. 57-68

R. Kangro and I. Kangro. On Fully Discrete Collocation Methods for

Solving Weakly Singular Integral Equations, pp. 69-78

M. Kolk and A. Pedas. Numerical Solution of Volterra Integral

Equations with Weakly Singular Kernels which May Have a Boundary

Singularity, pp. 79-89

U. Raitums. On Dependence of Sets of Functions on the Mean Value of

their Elements, pp. 91-98

T. Raus and U. H{\"a}marik. On Numerical Realization of Quasioptimal

Parameter Choices in (Iterated) Tikhonov and Lavrentiev

Regularization, pp. 99-108

V. A. Trofimov and N. V. Peskov. Comparison of Finite-Difference

Schemes for the Gross-Pitaevskii Equation, pp. 109-126

G. Vainikko. Cardinal Approximation of Functions by Splines on an

Interval, pp. 127-138

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From: George Anastassiou <ganastss@gmail.com>

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 18:23:21 -0500

**Subject: Contents, J. Computational Analysis and Applications,09,V-11-1**

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS,

VOL.11, NO.1, 2009

ON RELAXING THE POSITIVITY CONDITION OF LINEAR OPERATORS IN STATISTICAL

KOROVKIN-TYPE APPROXIMATIONS, G.ANASTASSIOU, O.DUMAN,

.7

STATISTICAL WEIGHTED APPROXIMATION TO DERIVATIVES OF FUNCTIONS BY LINEAR

OPERATORS,G.ANASTASSIOU,O.DUMAN,
.20

GAMMA BETA PRODUCTS, S.NADARAJAH,
..31

A SUMMABILITY FACTOR THEOREM BY USING AN ALMOST INCREASING SEQUENCE, N.OGDUK,

.45

AN IMPROVED ACTIVE SET FEASIBLE SQP ALGORITHM FOR THE SOLUTION OF INEQUALITY

CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS, Q.HU,W.CHEN,Y.XIAO,
54

REMARK ON DOUBLE LACUNARY STATISTICAL CONVERGENCE OF FUZZY NUMBERS,E.SAVAS,

.64

WEIGHTED COMPOSITION OPERATORS FROM MIXED NORM SPACES INTO WEIGHTED BLOCH

SPACES,S.STEVIC,
70

A NOTE ON THE FOURIER TRANSFORM OF p-ADIC q-INTEGRALS ON Zp,T.KIM,

.81

TWO FIXED POINT THEOREMS ON THREE COMPLETE UNIFORM SPACES,D.TURKOGLU,

.86

EXISTENCES OF SOLUTIONS TO A CERTAIN CLASS OF FUNCTIONAL OPTIMIZATION

PROBLEMS,Z.LUO,K.ZHANG,
.93

GENERALIZED MONOSPLINES AND INEQUALITIES FOR THE REMAINDER TERM OF

QUADRATURE FORMULAS,A.ACU,N.BREAZ,

.106

ON A NEW SYSTEM OF NONLINEAR VARIATIONAL INEQUALITIES AND

ALGORITHMS,S.CHANG,H.LEE,C.CHAN,J.KIM,

.................119

ON L-FUZZY NORMED SPACES,H.EFE,
.131

LIMITS OF ZEROS OF POLYNOMIAL SEQUENCES,X.ZHU,G.GROSSMAN,

140

THE FUNCTIONAL INEQUALITIES RELATED TO A DERIVATION AND A GENERALIZED

DERIVATION,S.KANG,I.CHANG,
..159

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From: Laura Smith <Laura.Smith@iop.org>

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 11:42:55 +0000

**Subject: Contents, Inverse Problems, volume 25, issue 3, March 2009**

INVERSE PROBLEMS

Volume 25, Issue 3, March 2009

Article numbers: 035001--035014

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on

the web. This issue is available at:

http://www.iop.org/EJ/toc/0266-5611/25/3

PAPERS

035001

Electro-magneto-encephalography for a three-shell model: dipoles and

beyond for the spherical geometry

G Dassios and A S Fokas

035002

Tikhonov regularization in Banach spaces---improved convergence rates

results

Torsten Hein

035003

Approximate source conditions for nonlinear ill-posed problems---chances

and limitations

Torsten Hein and Bernd Hofmann

035004

On multiple level-set regularization methods for inverse problems

A DeCezaro, A Leit\~ao and X-C Tai

035005

A Carleman estimate and the balancing principle in the quasi-reversibility

method for solving the Cauchy problem for the Laplace equation

Hui Cao, Michael V Klibanov and Sergei V Pereverzev

035006

An iterative representer-based scheme for data inversion in reservoir

modeling

Marco A Iglesias and Clint Dawson

035007

On the identification of a coefficient function in a nonlinear wave

equation

Gen Nakamura, Michiyuki Watanabe and Barbara Kaltenbacher

035008

On the performance of algorithms for the minimization of

$\ell_1$-penalized functionals

Ignace Loris

035009

Recovering a tensor on the boundary from polarization and phase

measurements

S Holman

035010

Filtering for distributed mechanical systems using position

measurements{:} perspectives in medical imaging

Philippe Moireau, Dominique Chapelle and Patrick Le Tallec

035011

Two analytical formulae of the temperature inside a body by using partial

lateral and initial data

Masaru Ikehata

035013

An efficient Bayesian inference approach to inverse problems based on an

adaptive sparse grid collocation method

Xiang Ma and Nicholas Zabaras

035014

Recovering the conductivity from a single measurement of interior data

Adrian Nachman, Alexandru Tamasan and Alexandre Timonov

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From: Maya Neytcheva <Maya.Neytcheva@it.uu.se>

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 10:50:19 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications**

Contents

Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications

Vol 16, issue 3, 2009

A generalization of the Bott-Duffin inverse and its applications

Xin-Guo Liu, Wei-Guo Wang, Yi-Min Wei (p 173-196)

Two classes of multisecant methods for nonlinear acceleration

Haw-ren Fang, Yousef Saad (p 197-221)

New results on the convergence of the conjugate gradient method

R. Bouyouli, G. Meurant, L. Smoch, H. Sadok (p 223-236)

Preconditioners for ill-posed Toeplitz matrices with differentiable

generating functions

C. Estatico (p 237-257)

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