- Today's Editor:
- Daniel M. Dunlavy
- Sandia National Labs
- dmdunla@sandia.gov

- Finding a use for old research journals
- Call for nominations, SIAM Prizes for 2010
- BASCD 2009 - Presentation slides available online
- New book, Solving Polynomial Systems Using Continuation
- New book, Symmetry in Chaos
- New book, A Compendium of Partial Differential Equation Models
- New book edition, Riemann solvers and numerical methods for fluid dynamics
- Workshop on Multiphase Flows, Montreal, Aug 2009
- Workshop, DOE Advanced Computational Software Collection, LBNL, Aug 2009
- Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications (MOPTA 2009), Aug 2009
- Model Reduction of Parametrized Systems, Germany, Sep 2009
- Summer School Modeling & Optimization in EDA, taly Sep 2009
- Innovations in Information Technology, UAE, Dec 2009
- Parallel Sparse Linear Algebra Computations, Italy, Feb 2010
- Postdoc position in Computational Continuum Mechanics at LANL
- Postdoc position in Computational Photonics at UMBC
- Contents, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control
- Contents, Communications in Mathematical Sciences, June 2009
- Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing
- Contents, Computational Thermal Sciences 1(1) AND (2): 2009
- Contents, Inverse Problems, volume 25, issue 6, June 2009
- Subscribe, unsubscribe, change address, or for na-digest archives:
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From: Bob Russell <rdr@cs.sfu.ca>

Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 14:34:36 -0700 (PDT)

**Subject: Finding a use for old research journals**

Has anyone solved the dilemma of what to do with old research journals?

I have several sets of SIAM journals spanning 30-40 years and am trying to

find someone who could make use of them. Given that most research scientists

have drifted almost exclusively to electronic access to research papers, one

is left to wonder how much interest there is in print copies.

Surprisingly, there appears to be very little discussion of this on the web.

Nevertheless, before relegating my old journals to the paper recycling bin, I

would like to investigate the situation further.

I'd be happy to share with anyone responses received and will make a later

submission to na-net if there is sufficient interest.

Thanks, Bob Russell (Simon Fraser University)

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

Date: Sat, 30 May 2009 13:43:16 -0400

**Subject: Call for nominations, SIAM Prizes for 2010**

SIAM PRIZES FOR 2010 - Calls for nominations

The following SIAM prizes will be awarded in 2010 and currently have

open calls for nominations. Calls for nominations for these and other

SIAM prizes can be found at www.siam.org/prizes/nominations.php.

DENES KONIG PRIZE

To be awarded at the SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (DM10) in

June 2010.

Nominations due September 15, 2009.

To be awarded at the SIAM Annual Meeting, July 2010.

JULIAN COLE LECTURESHIP

Nominations due September 15, 2009.

RICHARD C. DiPRIMA PRIZE

Nominations due October 15, 2009.

GEORGE POLYA PRIZE

Nominations due October 15, 2009.

Please address inquiries to:

J. M. Littleton

SIAM

E-mail: littleton@siam.org

Telephone: +1-215-382-9800 ext. 303

Fax: +1-215-386-7999

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From: Robert Crockett <rkcrockett@lbl.gov>

Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 13:40:27 -0700

**Subject: BASCD 2009 - Presentation slides available online**

Hello, and thanks to all who attended this year's Bay Area Scientific

Computation Day at LBNL.

In case you missed it, or are interested in seeing slides from talks

presented at BASCD 2009, please follow this link:

http://crd.lbl.gov/SCG/BASCD2009/BASCD_Schedule.html

(Not all talks have slides available. Those that do are linked through

the talk title.)

Thanks again from the coordinators to everyone who attended!

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From: Bruce Bailey <bailey@siam.org>

Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 05:36:04 -0400

**Subject: New book, Solving Polynomial Systems Using Continuation**

Announcing the May 14, 2009 publication by SIAM of

Solving Polynomial Systems Using Continuation for Engineering and Scientific

Problems, by Alexander Morgan

2009/Approx. xxii + 316 pages/Softcover/ISBN 978-0-898716-78-8/List Price

$85.00 /SIAM Member Price $59.50/Order Code CL57

This book introduces the numerical technique of polynomial continuation,

which is used to compute solutions to systems of polynomial equations.

Originally published in 1987, it remains a useful starting point for the

reader interested in learning how to solve practical problems without

advanced mathematics.

It is easy to understand, requiring only a knowledge of undergraduate-level

calculus and simple computer programming. The book is also practical; it

includes descriptions of various industrial-strength engineering

applications and offers Fortran code for polynomial solvers on an associated

Web page. It provides a resource for high-school and undergraduate

mathematics projects.

Alexander Morgan retired in 2008 after 30 years as an industrial

mathematician with the General Motors Corporation. His research interests

include the numerical solution of systems of polynomial equations; the

development of practical knowledge systems; and, more recently, data mining,

text analysis, and information extraction for healthcare, quality, and

warranty databases.

To order, or for more information, please visit www.siam.org/books

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From: Bruce Bailey <bailey@siam.org>

Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 05:44:35 -0400

**Subject: New book, Symmetry in Chaos**

Announcing the May 21, 2009 publication by SIAM of

Symmetry in Chaos: A Search for Pattern in Mathematics, Art, and Nature,

Second Edition, by Michael Field and Martin Golubitsky

Mathematical symmetry and chaos come together to form striking, beautiful

color images throughout this impressive work, which addresses how the

dynamics of complexity can produce familiar universal patterns.

The book, a richly illustrated blend of mathematics and art, was widely

hailed in publications as diverse as the New York Review of Books,

Scientific American, and Science when first published in 1992. This much-

anticipated second edition features many new illustrations and addresses the

progress made in the mathematics and science underlying symmetric chaos in

recent years; for example, the classifications of attractor symmetries and

methods for determining the symmetries of higher dimensional analogues of

images in the book.

Accessible to mathematicians and non-mathematicians alike, the book will be

especially appreciated by anyone who is scientifically literate or who has

an interest in art, design, mathematics, or computing.

Michael Field is a professor of mathematics at the University of Houston.

His research is wide ranging and includes the statistical and geometric

properties of dynamical systems, networks and symmetry. Martin Golubitsky is

Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Physical Sciences at the Ohio

State University, where he serves as Director of the Mathematical

Biosciences Institute.

To order, or for more information, please visit www.siam.org/books

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From: Katy S <kstrong@cambridge.org>

Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 16:15:11 -0400

**Subject: New book, A Compendium of Partial Differential Equation Models**

A Compendium of Partial Differential Equation Models

Method of Lines Analysis with Matlab

by

William E. Schiesser

Lehigh University, Pennsylvania

and

Graham W. Griffiths

City University, London

Hardback (ISBN-13: 9780521519861)

Published March 2009

List Price: $99.00USD

A Compendium of Partial Differential Equation Models presents numerical

methods and associated computer codes in Matlab for the solution of a spectrum

of models expressed as partial differential equations (PDEs), one of the

mostly widely used forms of mathematics in science and engineering. The

authors focus on the method of lines (MOL), a well-established numerical

procedure for all major classes of PDEs in which the boundary value partial

derivatives are approximated algebraically by finite differences. This reduces

the PDEs to ordinary differential equations (ODEs) and thus makes the computer

code easy to understand, implement, and modify. Also, the ODEs (via MOL) can

be combined with any other ODEs that are part of the model (so that MOL

naturally accommodates ODE/PDE models). This book uniquely includes a detailed

line-by-line discussion of computer code as related to the associated

equations of the PDE model.

To order, or for more information, please visit www.cambridge.org/us/9780521519861

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From: "E.F. Toro" <toroe@ing.unitn.it>

Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 17:13:30 +0200

**Subject: New book edition, Riemann solvers and numerical methods for fluid dynamics**

I am pleased to announce the third edition of the book "Riemann solvers

and numerical methods for fluid dynamics" by E. F. Toro, Springer 2009.

This edition contains three new chapters . One chapter on centered methods

for general meshes in multiple space dimensions; one chapter on solvers for

the generalized Riemann problem (of any order) and the other chapter is an

introduction to the ADER approach for constructing one-step fully discrete

schemes of arbitrary order of accuracy in space and time. Some of the other

chapters have been reviewed substantially.

Interested readers are advised to contact Springer or Amazon.

Eleuterio Toro

University of Trento, Italy

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From: Steven Dufour <steven.dufour@polymtl.ca>

Date: Sun, 31 May 2009 22:28:03 -0400

**Subject: Workshop on Multiphase Flows, Montreal, Aug 2009**

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the 5th International Workshop on

"Trends in Numerical and Physical Modeling for Industrial Multiphase

Flows" will take place for the first time at Ecole Polytechnique de

Montreal in Montreal, Canada, from August 24 to 28 2009. The purpose

of this workshop is to bring together academic and industrial

researchers from all over the world so that they can exchange ideas

concerning the physical and numerical modeling of multiphase flows,

with an emphasis on real problems of industrial nature.

More information on this event and the Call for Papers can be found at

http://cargesemtl2009.mathappl.polymtl.ca/

We recently decided to extend the abstract submission deadline to June 15.

We would appreciate if you could forward this e-mail to anyone who may

be interested by this workshop.

Best regards,

Prof. S. Dufour

Conference Vice-Chair

steven.dufour@polymtl.ca

Prof. Jean-Michel Ghidaglia

Conference Vice-Chair

jmg@cmla.ens-cachan.fr

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From: Tony Drummond <LADrummond@lbl.gov>

Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 15:51:40 -0400

**Subject: Workshop, DOE Advanced Computational Software Collection, LBNL, Aug 2009**

Leveraging the Development of Computational Science and Engineering Software

Through Sustainable High Performance Tools

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), August 18-21, 2009

http://acts.nersc.gov/events/Workshop2009

The Advanced CompuTational Software (ACTS) Collection comprises a set

of non commercial tools mainly developed at the Department of Energy's

(DOE) laboratories, sometimes in collaboration with universities. The

10th ACTS Collection workshop will be a four-day workshop and will

include a range of tutorials on the tools currently available in the

collection, discussion sessions aimed to solve specific computational

needs by the workshop participants, and hands-on practices using

NERSC's state-of-the-art computers. The workshop is opened to

computational scientists from industry and academia. Registration

fees are fully sponsored by the DOE's Office of Science. In addition,

DOE will sponsor travel expenses and lodging for a limited number of

graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. For more information on

the workshop, please contact Tony Drummond at (510) 486-7624 or email

acts-AT-nersc-DOT-gov. This year's workshop will be held in

collaboration with CSE program at LBNL and the Center For Information

Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) at the

University of California, Berkeley.

- Application form: http://acts.nersc.gov/events/Workshop2009/application.html

- ACTS Collection information: http://acts.nersc.gov

- LBNL's CSE program: http://www.lbl.gov/cs/cse/index.html

- CITRIS http://www.citris-uc.org/

- Application submission deadline: June 26, 2009

- Application review completed and invitations sent: July 07, 2009

- Attendee confirmation of participation deadline: July 13, 2009

- Workshop Dates: August 18-21, 2009

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From: TamsTerlaky <terlaky@lehigh.edu>

Date: Mon, 01 Jun 2009 10:38:13 -0400

**Subject: Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications (MOPTA 2009), Aug 2009**

Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications (MOPTA 2009)

August 19-21, 2009, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

MOPTA 2009: http://coral.ie.lehigh.edu/~mopta/

Abstract Submission deadline: June 6, 2009

Early registration deadline: July 1, 2009

Please direct questions to: Pietro Belotti, belotti@Lehigh.EDU

The conference is an annual event aiming to bring together a diverse group of

people from both discrete and continuous optimization, working on both

theoretical and applied aspects. Our target is to present a diverse set of

exciting new developments from different optimization areas while at the same

time providing a setting which will allow increased interaction among the

participants. We aim to bring together researchers from both the theoretical

and applied communities who do not usually have the chance to interact in the

framework of a medium-scale event.

CONFIRMED PLENARY SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Ravindra K. Ahuja, Natalia Alexandrov, Paul I. Barton, John M. Mulvey,

Pablo A. Parrilo, Robert Weismantel

MODELING COMPETITION:

An optimization modeling competition, sponsored by AIMMS is organized.

Finalist will present their results at a special session of MOPTA09.

Problem released January 31, 2009. Contact: Imre Polik, imp208@lehigh.edu

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Note that MOPTA 2009 is just before ISMP 2009. Bethlehem, PA is just one hour

drive west of the New Ark (EWR) International Airport, less than an hour drive

north of Philadelphia. Overseas participants can conveniently combine the two

conferences in one trip. North American participants may fly to the

Allentown-Behlehem (ABE) airport that also has direct daily flights to Chicago.

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From: Bernard Haasdonk <haasdonk@mathematik.uni-stuttgart.de>

Date: Mon, 25 May 2009 10:42:35 -0400

**Subject: Model Reduction of Parametrized Systems, Germany, Sep 2009**

Second Announcement / Final Call for Contributions

Model Reduction of Parametrized Systems MoRePaS 09

Muenster, Germany, September 16-18, 2009

During this 3-day workshop, we want to bring together mathematicians and

engineers working on model reduction of parametrized problems. In particular

we aim at Reduced Basis (RB) methods for parametrized partial differential

equations and Parametrized Model Order Reduction (PMOR) techniques

for dynamical systems. Limited support is available for PhD students.

Invited Speakers (confirmed):

* P. Benner (Chemnitz, Germany) * Y. Maday (Paris, France)

* A. T. Patera (Cambridge, USA) * E. M. Ronquist (Trondheim, Norway)

* G. Rozza (Lausanne, Switzerland) * D. C. Sorensen (Houston, USA)

* T. Stykel (Berlin, Germany) * S. Volkwein (Konstanz, Germany)

Deadlines:

* June 28, 2009: Submission of abstracts / student funding applications

* July 31, 2009: Decisions of acceptance as talk or poster

* August 31, 2009: Registration

Organizers:

B. Haasdonk (Stuttgart), M. Ohlberger (Muenster), T. Tonn (Ulm), K. Urban (Ulm)

Website & Contact:

http://MoRePaS09.uni-muenster.de MoRePaS09@uni-muenster.de

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From: Giuseppe Nicosia <momine09@dmi.unict.it>

Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 10:39:55 -0400

**Subject: Summer School Modeling & Optimization in EDA, taly Sep 2009**

Intl. Summer School on Modelling and Optimization in Micro/Nano-Electronics

MOMiNE 2009: http://momine2009.unical.it/

Grand Hotel San Michele, Cetraro (Cosenza) - Italy, Aug 31-Sep 12, 2009

Registration Deadline: June 30.

***FIRST WEEK***

Advanced Modelling Methods for the Design of Electronic Circuits and Devices

* "Numerical methods for coupled systems of PDAEs"

* "Theory and analysis of coupled systems of PDAEs"

* "Miniband electron transport in semiconductors"

* "Parasitic Extraction and Model Order Reduction for Integrated

Circuit Interconnect and Non-Linear Circuits"

***SECOND WEEK***

Optimization Week: Advanced Optimization Methods and Algorithms for

the Design of Electronic Circuits and Devices

* "Derivative-Free Optimization of Nonlinear functions"

* "Modeling and optimization of leakage power and thermal effects in

nanometer digital CMOS circuits"

* "Parametric yield calculation and optimization"

* "Critical area yield analysis and Cadence DFY tools"

* "Performance Analysis of Nanoscale Circuits in Advanced Technologies"

Deadline for registration with School contribution: June 30, 2009

Notification of admission to the School: July 5, 2009

*REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AT*

http://momine2009.unical.it/index.php?option=com_chronocontact&chronoformname=registration

For any questions please email to: momine09@dmi.unict.it

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From: "Sanja Lazarova-Molnar" <sanja@uaeu.ac.ae>

Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 16:11:30 +0400

**Subject: Innovations in Information Technology, UAE, Dec 2009**

CALL FOR PAPERS, Innovations 2009

6th International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology

December 15-17, 2009, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

Conference web site: http://www.it-innovations.ae/

Innovations in Information Technology (Innovations'09), is a premier Forum

for the presentation and discussion of technology advances and research

results in the field of Information Technology (IT). Held in the oasis city

of Al Ain, the fourth largest city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE),

Innovations '09 is the sixth in the series that has been held in Dubai since

2004. Innovations'09 will be hosted by the College of Information Technology

(CIT). The CIT is the newest addition to the United Arab Emirates University

(UAEU), the oldest and largest university in the UAE. The latest research

advances in fields ranging from Communication Networks and Security to evolving

Computing Systems, Software Engineering, Information Systems, Web Technologies,

Bioinformatics and Healthcare Informatics are explored in Innovations'

technical sessions.

Tutorial & Workshops proposals due: June 29, 2009

Paper and poster submissions due: August 31, 2009

Notification of acceptance: October 5, 2009

Final camera ready paper due: November 2, 2009

TOPICS OF INTEREST

COMMUNICATION NETWORKS, COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SECURITY,

COMPUTING AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS, INFORMATION SYSTEMS & Web SERVICES,

BIOINFORMATICS AND HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

CONTACT/PPROGRAM CHAIRS: DR. ISSA KHALIL AND DR. FALAH AWWAD

Contact: Innovations@uaeu.ac.ae

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From: Daniela di Serafino <daniela.diserafino@unina2.it>

Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 21:15:31 -0400

**Subject: Parallel Sparse Linear Algebra Computations, Italy, Feb 2010**

PDP 2010 - 18th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed

and Network-Based Computing - Pisa, Italy, February 17-19, 2010

SPECIAL SESSION ON "PARALLEL ALGORITHMS AND SOFTWARE FOR SPARSE LINEAR

ALGEBRA COMPUTATIONS" - http://www.na.icar.cnr.it/pdp2010/psla.html

The solution of linear systems, least squares problems and eigenvalue

problems involving large and sparse matrices is ubiquitous in scientific and

engineering applications and is often a very time-consuming task, thus

requiring the use of effective algorithms and software on parallel and

distributed computers. The increased availability of computing systems with

a large number of processors makes runtime efficiency, scalability,

flexibility and accuracy even more crucial in the development of such

algorithms and software. Furthermore, the emergence of multicore and

manycore processors requires to review sparse linear algebra techniques to

take advantage of the computational power offered by the new architectures.

The aim of this special session is to discuss recent advances in the

development of algorithms and software for the solution of sparse linear

algebra problems on parallel and distributed computers. The exploitation of

sparse linear algebra software within large-scale scientific simulations on

modern high-performance computers is also of interest.

DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION: July 20, 2009.

Accepted papers will be published by the IEEE Computer Society, in the PDP

2010 Conference Proceedings. For details see the special session web page.

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS: Pasqua D'Ambra, ICAR-CNR, Naples, Italy; Daniela di

Serafino, Second University of Naples, Caserta, Italy

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: Patrick R. Amestoy (FR), Mario Arioli (UK), Salvatore

Filippone (I), Laura Grigori (FR), Ulrike M. Yang (USA)

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From: Mikhail Shashkov <shashkov@lanl.gov>

Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 16:04:58 -0600

**Subject: Postdoc position in Computational Continuum Mechanics at LANL**

POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IN COMPUTATIONAL CONTINUUM MECHANICS:

The Numerical Analysis Team in Applied Mathematics and Plasma

Physics Group (T-5) at Los Alamos National Laboratory seeks

outstanding candidates for a postdoctoral research opportunity

in computational fluid dynamics and in particular in the

development of innovative algorithms for multi-material

high-speed flows. The Numerical Analysis Team conducts

research on discretization methods for partial differential

equation, linear and non-linear solvers, meshing, computational

fluid dynamics (Lagrangian, Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian,

Eulerian and free-Lagrangian methods), computational

magneto-hydrodynamics (high-order and adaptive mesh methods)

and many other areas of computational science. Our customers

include the National Nuclear Security Administration's Advances

Simulation & Computing Program, several Department of Energy

Office of Science Programs, and private industry.

Collaborations with academia are encouraged.

We are looking for outstanding candidates to work on the development

of reconnection-based arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian (ALE) method

for multimaterial high-speed flows.

More information:

http://www.hr.lanl.gov/JobListing/SingleJobAd.aspx?JobNumber=216995

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From: John Zweck <zweck@umbc.edu>

Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 16:08:31 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc position in Computational Photonics at UMBC**

The Computer Science and Electrical Engineering department of the

University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) is seeking a

Postdoctoral Research Associate in the area of Computational Photonics.

The successful candidate will develop and validate computational

models of opto-electronic oscillators, short-pulse, modelocked

lasers, and possibly photonics crystal fibers. The research will

involve close collaboration with experimentalists. More information

about research in Computational Photonics at UMBC can be found at

http://www.photonics.umbc.edu/

This position is available immediately. The initial appointment is

for one year, with the possibility of renewal for additional years.

A Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, Theoretical Physics, or Electrical

Engineering is required. Preference will be given to candidates

with experience in computational methods for solving partial and

ordinary differential equations, a strong background in physics and

mathematics, and a strong interest in mentoring PhD students.

Experience in the modeling of optical systems is useful but not required.

Interested applicants should email a CV and the names and contact

information of three professional references to both Curtis Menyuk

(menyuk@umbc.edu) and John Zweck (zweck@umbc.edu). For best

consideration, applications should be received by June 15th, 2009.

However, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

UMBC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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From: Romas Baronas <romas.baronas@mif.vu.lt>

Date: Sun, 31 May 2009 15:32:02 +0300

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control**

Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, ISSN 1392-5113,

Volume 14, Number 2, 2009

A free on-line edition is available at: http://www.lana.lt/journal/issues.php

TABLE OF CONTENTS

On the Practical Output Feedback Stabilization for Nonlinear Uncertain

Systems, pp. 145-153, A. Benabdallah.

Statistical Classification of the Observation of Nuggetless Spatial

Gaussian Process with Unknown Sill Parameter, pp. 155-163, K. Ducinskas.

Generalized Adaptive Backstepping Synchronization for Non-identical

Parametrically Excited Systems, pp. 165-176, B.A. Idowu, U.E. Vincent,

A.N. Njah.

Oscillation of Non-Linear Systems Close to Equilibrium Position in the

Presence of Coarse-Graining in Time and Space, pp. 177-197, G. Jumarie.

Effect of Time-Delay on a Ratio-Dependent Food Chain Model, pp. 199-216,

B. Patra, A. Maiti, G.P. Samanta.

Finite Element Analysis of Mixed Convection in a Rectangular Cavity

with a Heat-Conducting Horizontal Circular Cylinder, pp. 217-247,

Md.M. Rahman, M.A. Alim, M.A.H. Mamun.

MHD Effects on Non-Darcy Forced Convection Boundary Layer Flow past a

Permeable Wedge in a Porous Medium with Uniform Heat Flux, pp. 249-261,

A.M. Rashad, A.Y. Bakier.

Multiple Solutions in Fluid Dynamics, pp. 263-279, L.-S. Yao.

For a paper submission, please refer to http://www.lana.lt/journal

Dr. Romas Baronas, Journal Secretary,

Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control

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From: Communications in Math Sciences <jcms@math.wisc.edu>

Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 16:15:15 -0500

**Subject: Contents, Communications in Mathematical Sciences, June 2009**

Communications in Mathematical Sciences (CMS)

Vol 7, No. 2, June 2009

Table of Contents

Full articles are online at

http://projecteuclid.org/DPubS?service=UI&version=1.0&verb=Display&handle=euclid.cms

or www.intlpress.com/CMS

Regular Articles

* On one version of a semidiscrete Galerkin method for PDE problems

involving a generalized 2D Hamiltonian operator

byJean-Francois Berger, Bernard Ducomet, Heloise Goutte, and

Alexander Zlotnik

* A simple proof of the Cucker-Smale flocking dynamics and mean-field limit

by Seung-Yeal Ha and Jian-Guo Liu

* A fast directional algorithm for high frequency acoustic scattering

in two dimensions

by Bjorn Engquist and Lexing Ying

* Evaluation of scattering operators for semi-infinite periodic arrays

by Matthias Ehrhardt, Jiguang Sun, and Chunxiong Zheng

* Fast interface tracking via a multiresolution representation of curves

and surfaces

by Olof Runborg

* Global properties of the solutions to the Einstein-Boltzmann system

with cosmological constant in the Robertson-Walker space-time

by Etienne Takou

* Uniqueness of weak solutions to a model of electro-kinetic fluid

by Jishan Fan and Hongjun Gao

* Extrapolation of vector fields using the infinity Laplacian and with

applications to image segmentation

by Carole Le Guyader and Laurence Guillot

* Emergence of time-asymptotic flocking in a stochastic Cucker-Smale system

by Seung-Yeal Ha, Kiseop Lee, and Doron Levy

* About the link between the detailed description of transitions in an ion

and the average-ion models

by Guido Cavallaro, Laurent Desvillettes, and Valeria Ricci

* A non-standard evolution problem arising in population genetics

by Fabio A.C.C. Chalub and Max O. Souza

Fast Communications

* Exponential decay for the growth-fragmentation/cell-division equations

by Philippe Laurencot and Benoit Perthame

* A generalization of the three-dimensional MacPherson-Srolovitz formula

by Thinh Le and Qiang Du

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

Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 22:40:01 -0400 (EDT)

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

Journal of Scientific Computing

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

Volume 40, Numbers 1-3, July 2009

Foreword

Bernardo Cockburn and Chi-Wang Shu, pp.1-3.

Uniformly Convergent Iterative Methods for Discontinuous

Galerkin Discretizations

Blanca Ayuso de Dios and Ludmil Zikatanov, pp.4-36.

A Posteriori Error Control for a Weakly Over-Penalized

Symmetric Interior Penalty Method

Susanne C. Brenner, Thirupathi Gudi and Li-yeng Sung, pp.37-50.

Nonconforming Maxwell Eigensolvers

Susanne C. Brenner, Fengyan Li and Li-yeng Sung, pp.51-85.

The Mortar-Discontinuous Galerkin Method for the 2D Maxwell Eigenproblem

Annalisa Buffa, Ilaria Perugia and Tim Warburton, pp.86-114.

Primal Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Time-Dependent

Coupled Surface and Subsurface Flow

Aycil Cesmelioglu and Beatrice Riviere, pp.115-140.

A Hybridizable and Superconvergent Discontinuous Galerkin

Method for Biharmonic Problems

Bernardo Cockburn, Bo Dong and Johnny Guzman, pp.141-187.

An Equal-Order DG Method for the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations

Bernardo Cockburn, Guido Kanschat and Dominik Schotzau, pp.188-210.

Fully Discrete Analysis of a Discontinuous Finite Element

Method for the Keller-Segel Chemotaxis Model

Yekaterina Epshteyn and Ahmet Izmirlioglu, pp.211-256.

Optimal Error Estimates for the Fully Discrete Interior

Penalty DG Method for the Wave Equation

Marcus J. Grote and Dominik Schotzau, pp.257-272.

Sub-optimal Convergence of Non-symmetric Discontinuous

Galerkin Methods for Odd Polynomial Approximations

Johnny Guzman and Beatrice Riviere, pp.273-280.

A Mixed DG Method for Linearized Incompressible Magnetohydrodynamics

Paul Houston, Dominik Schotzau and Xiaoxi Wei, pp.281-314.

A Performance Comparison of Continuous and Discontinuous

Finite Element Shallow Water Models

Ethan J. Kubatko, Shintaro Bunya, Clint Dawson, Joannes J.

Westerink and Chris Mirabito, pp.315-339.

A-Posteriori Error Estimates for Discontinuous Galerkin

Approximations of Second Order Elliptic Problems

Carlo Lovadina and L. Donatella Marini, pp.340-359.

The WKB Local Discontinuous Galerkin Method for the Simulation

of SchrÃ¶dinger Equation in a Resonant Tunneling Diode

Wei Wang and Chi-Wang Shu, pp.360-374.

Local Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Surface Diffusion and

Willmore Flow of Graphs

Yan Xu and Chi-Wang Shu, pp.375-390.

Application of Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for

Reaction-Diffusion Systems in Developmental Biology

Jianfeng Zhu, Yong-Tao Zhang, Stuart A. Newman and Mark Alber, pp.391-418.

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From: Graham de Vahl Davis <g.devahldavis@unsw.edu.au>

Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 16:14:31 +1000

**Subject: Contents, Computational Thermal Sciences 1(1) AND (2): 2009**

Computational Thermal Sciences 1(1) and (2), 2009 are available on line at

http://www.begellhouse.com/journals/648192910890cd0e.html

Volume 1, 2009 / Issue 1

THERMAL RADIATION MODELING IN NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF MELT-COOLANT

INTERACTION Leonid A. Dombrovsky, M. V. Davydov, P. Kudinov, pp. 1-35

MODELING OF A TURBULENT ETHYLENE/AIR JET FLAME USING HYBRID FINITE

VOLUME/MONTE CARLO METHODS

Ranjan S. Mehta, Anquan Wang, Michael F. Modest, Daniel C. Haworth, pp. 37-53

NUMERICAL STUDY OF THERMAL CHAOTIC MIXING IN A TWO ROD ROTATING MIXER

Kamal El Omari, Yves Le Guer, pp. 55-73

NUMERICAL STUDY ON FLOW BOILING HEAT TRANSFER OF A REFRIGERANT MIXTURE

IN HORIZONTAL TUBES UNDER A VARIED HEAT FLUX BOUNDARY CONDITION

Balakrishnan Raja, Dhasan Mohan Lal, Rajagopal Saravanan, pp. 75-103

Volume 1, 2009 / Issue 2

TWO-PHASE FLOW AND MASS TRANSFER WITHIN THE DIFFUSION LAYER OF A POLYMER

ELECTROLYTE MEMBRANE FUEL CELL S. B. Beale, D. H. Schwarz, M. R. Malin,

and D. B. Spalding

ADAPTIVE FEM MODEL FOR UNSTEADY TURBULENT CONVECTIVE FLOW OVER A

BACKWARD-FACING STEP X. Wang, D. B. Carrington, and D. W. Pepper

A MULTISCALE FULL-SPECTRUM K-DISTRIBUTION METHOD FOR RADIATIVE TRANSFER IN

NONHOMOGENEOUS GAS–SOOT MIXTURES WITH WALL EMISSION G. Pal and M. F. Modest

3D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE EFFECT OF DROPLET INITIAL CONDITIONS ON THE

EVAPORATION PROCESS M. M. Abou Al-Sood and M. Birouk

EFFICIENT CALCULATION OF RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER IIN ANISOTROPICALLY SCATTERING

MEDIA USING THE QL METHOD P. Hassanzadeh, G. D. Raithby, and E. H. Chui

HIGHER-ORDER SPHERICAL HARMONICS TO MODEL RADIATION IN DIRECT NUMERICAL

SIMULATION OF TURBULENT REACTING FLOWS K. V. Deshmukh, Michael F. Modest

and Daniel C. Haworth

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

Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 16:34:52 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Inverse Problems, volume 25, issue 6, June 2009**

INVERSE PROBLEMS

Volume 25, Issue 6, June 2009

Article numbers: 063001--069801

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on

the web. This issue is available at:

http://www.iop.org/EJ/toc/0266-5611/25/6

TOPICAL REVIEW

063001

Inverse problems in astronomical adaptive optics

B L Ellerbroek and C R Vogel

PAPERS

065001

On embedded microwave imaging systems: retrievable information and design

guidelines, Lorenzo Crocco and Am\'elie Litman

065002

A numerical solution of a Cauchy problem for an elliptic equation by

Krylov subspaces, Lars Eld\'en and Valeria Simoncini

065003

Iterative methods for nonlinear ill-posed problems in Banach spaces:

convergence and applications to parameter identification problems

Barbara Kaltenbacher, Frank Sch\"opfer and Thomas Schuster

065004

Thin cylindrical conductivity inclusions in a three-dimensional domain: a

polarization tensor and unique determination from boundary data

Elena Beretta, Yves Capdeboscq, Fr\'ed\'eric de Gournay and Elisa Francini

065005

Location and shape reconstructions of sound-soft obstacles buried in

penetrable cylinders, Fatih Yaman

065006

A multi-frequency MRCSI algorithm with phaseless data

Zheng Hu, Li Lianlin and Li Fang

065007

The multicomponent 2D Toda hierarchy{:} discrete flows and string

equations

Manuel Ma\~nas, Luis Mart\' \i~nez Alonso and Carlos \'Alvarez-Fern\'andez

065008

Uniqueness of source for a class of semilinear elliptic equations

Joseph K Myers

065009

On enhanced convergence rates for Tikhonov regularization of nonlinear

ill-posed problems in Banach spaces, Andreas Neubauer

065010

Reconstruction of a uniform star object from interior x-ray data:

uniqueness, stability and algorithm

Gert Van Gompel, Michel Defrise and K Joost Batenburg

065011

Inferring basic parameters of the geodynamo from sequences of polarity

reversals, M Fischer, G Gerbeth, A Giesecke and F Stefani

065012

The factorization method for EIT in the case of mixed inclusions

Susanne Schmitt,

RETRACTION

069801

Surface impedance determination of an object located over a planar PEC

surface and its use in shape reconstruction

Gül Seda Ünal, Ali Yapar and Ibrahim Akduman

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