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- Sandia National Labs
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- Help: Dirichlet problem for Poisson's Equation w/ Unknown Source
- New Book on Multidimensional Visualization
- New monograph, Application of LInear Algebra to DNA Microarrays
- New Monograph, Probabilistic Inequalities
- Scottish Compuatational Math Symposium, Sep 2009
- Events at the Fields Institute in Toronto, Sep - Nov 2009
- Series of statistics cources, Univ Sheffield, Nov 2009
- Sparse Multiscale Data & Images, Singapore, Dec 2009
- Parallel Matrix Algs & Applications (PMAA), Switzerland, Jun 2010
- Tenure track position at Uppsala University, Sweden
- PostDoc Position, Research Training Group, University of Ulm
- PostDoc in Computation Quantum Chemistry at Uppsala University
- Postdoc positions in V&V/UQ at PECOS/ICES, UT-Austin
- Contents, J. of Complexity, Vol 25, October 2009
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From: Michael Chan <mkhchan@hku.hk>

Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 09:07:19 -0400

**Subject: Help: Dirichlet problem for Poisson's Equation w/ Unknown Source**

Consider a boundary value problem on an ellipsoidal domain

x^2 + y^2 + z^2/(1-e^2) <= 1

where e is the eccentricity.

It is known that there exists a unique pair of parameters (d,e)

such that the (3D) Poisson's equation

Laplacian(u) = 4(d-1) (inside the ellipsoid)

subject to the boundary condition

u = 0

on the bounding surface of the ellipsoid

x^2 + y^2 + z^2/(1-e^2) = 1

has a unique solution u.

Suppose the eccentricity e is given, we want to determine d numerically.

Suggestions of algorithms for this problem or similar ones are appreciated.

Many thanks.

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From: Alfred Inselberg <aiisreal@post.tau.ac.il>

Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2009 01:37:44 +0300 (IDT)

**Subject: New Book on Multidimensional Visualization**

Parallel Coordinates -- Visual Multidimensional Geometry and Its Applications

A. Inselberg, Springer, New York

This book is about visualization, systematically incorporating the fantastic

human pattern recognition into the problem-solving process, and focusing on

parallel coordinates. The barrier, imposed by our three-dimensional habitation

and perceptual experience, has been breached by this innovative and versatile

methodology. The accurate visualization of multidimensional problems and

multivariate data unlocks insights into the role of dimensionality. Key

features of Parallel Coordinates:

(1) An easy-to read self-contained chapter on data mining and information

visualization.

(2) Numerous exercises with solutions, from basic to advanced topics, course

projects and research directions.

(3) Fast Track markers throughout provide a quick grasp of

essential material.

(4) Interactive Learning Module (ILM) CD designed for classroom demonstration

and fun experimentation for mastering key topics and examples cross-referenced

in the text.

(5) Extensive bibliography, index, and a chapter containing a collection of

recent results (i.e. visualizing large networks, complex-valued functions and

more).

Parallel Coordinates requires only an elementary knowledge of linear algebra.

It is well-suited for self-study and as a textbook (or companion)... more on

http://springer.com/978-0-387-21507-5 , 560 pages, 400

illustrations (230 in color), hardcover

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From: "Friedland, Shmuel" <friedlan@uic.edu>

Date: Sat, 22 Aug 2009 21:06:42 -0500

**Subject: New monograph, Application of LInear Algebra to DNA Microarrays**

APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR ALGEBRA TO DNA MICROARRAYS,

by A. Niknejad and S. Friedland,

Publisher: VDM Verlag Dr M\"uller Aktiengesellschaft\&Co.KG,

Germany, 2009, ISBN: 978-3-639-17994-1

Here is the description of the monograph:

DNA Microarrays revolutionized the field of genomics, enabling biologists

to study thousands of genes simultaneously. In this monograph we

address two major problems in this area. First, how to restore the missing

data on the DNA Microarrays, which was corrupted due to various factors.

Second, how to condense the enormous information obtained. We

introduce several tools from linear and multilinear algebra, and other

areas as well, to study systematically these problems. We give explicit

algorithms and their analysis to solve these problems. We also survey and

compare our methods to other existing methods. Although our examples

are from bionformatics, we are confident that the methods of this

monograph apply as well to other branches of science, engineering and

finance. The monograph is appropriate for readers from bioinformatics,

computational biology, or engineers, who are interested in deep

theoretical framework motivated by applications.

Monograph content:

http://www2.math.uic.edu/~friedlan/booknfadv22Aug09.pdf

Shmuel Friedland

Professor of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science

University of Illinois at Chicago

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From: George Anastassiou <ganastss@gmail.com>

Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 17:27:07 -0400

**Subject: New Monograph, Probabilistic Inequalities**

New monograph by G.Anastassiou "Probabilistic Inequalities" ,WSPC

FYI please visit

http://www.worldscibooks.com/mathematics/7401.html

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From: Jared Tanner <jared.tanner@ed.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2009 06:52:48 -0400

**Subject: Scottish Compuatational Math Symposium, Sep 2009**

The 18th annual Scottish computational Math Symposium will

be held at the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences

on the 12th of September 2009 from 10am to 5pm. The speakers are:

* Lubomin Banas (Heriot-Watt University)

A convergent finite element approximation of a phase field

model for incompressible fluid flows.

* Coralia Cartis (University of Edinburgh)

Adaptive regularization methods for nonlinear optimization

* Jack Dongarra (University of Manchester, University of Tennessee at

Knoxville and Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Five important concepts to consider when using computational

high performance systems at scale

* Ozgur S. Ergul (University of Strathclyde)

Efficient and accurate solutions of large-scale electromagnetics

problems using the multilevel fast multipole algorithm

* Doron Levy (University of Maryland, College Park)

Can mathematics cure leukemia? (Lessons on mathematics in

medical sciences)

* Magnus Svard (University of Edinburgh)

Shock capturing for high-order central difference schemes

Funding for UK based PhD students is available.

The London Mathematical Society (LMS) is supporting this event.

Further details concerning the event are available at:

http://www.ma.hw.ac.uk/scms/

Regards,

Jared Tanner

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From: Carl Riehm <criehm@fields.utoronto.ca>

Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 17:31:26 -0400

**Subject: Events at the Fields Institute in Toronto, Sep - Nov 2009**

The thematic program at the Fields Institute this fall will be Foundations of

Computational Mathematics, organized by Peter Borwein (Simon Fraser), Stephen

A. Cook (Toronto), Teresa Krick (Buenos Aires), Adrian Lewis (Cornell),

Michael Shub (Toronto), and Richard Schwartz (Brown).

The program will focus on Computational Algebraic Geometry and Symbolic

Computation, Computational Number Theory, Computational Geometry, Topology,

and Dynamics, Complexity and Computability in Real Computation, and

Optimization Theory.

The Distinguished Lecture series will be delivered by Hendrik w. Lenstra

(Leiden) on September 16 to 18. The Coxeter Lecture will be given by Eva

Tardos (Cornell) on November 23 to 25.

There will be 3 workshops:

September 22 - 26: Discovery and Experimentation in Number Theory.

October 20 - 24: Complexity of Numerical Computation.

November 16 - 21: Computational Differential Geometry, Topology, and Dynamics.

and 3 graduate courses:

Methodologies to deal with intractability

Instructors: Avner Magen and Toniann Pitassi

Computability and Complexity in Geometry, Topology, and Dynamics

Instructors: Alex Nabutovsky and Michael Yampolsky

Complexity and Accuracy in Numeric Computations

Instructors: Lenore Blum and Felipe Cucker

Please see http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/09-10/FoCM/

for more information.

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From: Dr Chris Stride <c.b.stride@sheffield.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2009 11:26:08 -0400

**Subject: Series of statistics cources, Univ Sheffield, Nov 2009**

A quick advertisement for a series of statistics courses provided by Figure

It Out, the statistical consultancy unit at the Institute of Work Psychology,

University of Sheffield, in Nov 2009. The courses are particularly aimed at

researchers, practitioners and postgraduate students from the fields of

psychology, HR, management, sociology, and the social sciences more generally.

Data Management using SPSS Syntax: Thursday 12th November 2009

Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using MPlus: Friday 13th

November 2009, and also repeated on Friday 27th November 2009

Multi-level Modelling using SPSS: Thursday 26th November 2009

The standard rate for each course is £275, the student rate is £200. If you

attend two or more of the courses you get a further 50 pound discount on the

total cost.

For further information and to book a

place, go to http://www.offbeat.group.shef.ac.uk/FIO/trainingcourses.htm

Note that the course booking secretary has changed from previous events, and

is now Charlotte McClelland: C.McClelland@sheffield.ac.uk

These courses, plus two further courses (on Multiple Regression, and

Questionnaire Scale Construction and Validation), are also available on an

inhouse basis: see

http://www.offbeat.group.shef.ac.uk/FIO/bespoketraining.htm

cheers

Chris

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From: Chunlin Wu <wucl@ustc.edu.cn>

Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2009 08:57:59 -0400

**Subject: Sparse Multiscale Data & Images, Singapore, Dec 2009**

Call for Participation

International workshop on: Sparse Representation of Multiscale Data and Images

Dec 14-17 2009, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

This conference is trying to bring international leading experts from

areas related to sparse representation and applications to NTU to exchange

ideas and identify new research opportunities for emerging research

problems. We expect to have a very high quality of scientific program. The

conference website is at

http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ias/upcomingevents/Pages/WorkshopMultiscaleDataAndImage

s.aspx.

A list of distinguished invited speakers us available in the webpage.

Speakers are by invitation only. Participations are welcome. Registration is

free through the conference webpage. It is planned that a proceeding will be

published from the invited talks after the conference.

Tom Hou and Xuecheng Tai

Conference organizers

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From: "arbenz@inf.ethz.ch" <arbenz@inf.ethz.ch>

Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2009 05:14:41 -0400

**Subject: Parallel Matrix Algs & Applications (PMAA), Switzerland, Jun 2010**

First Anouncement:

6th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON

PARALLEL MATRIX ALGORITHMS AND APPLICATIONS (PMAA'10)

June 30-July 2, 2010, Basel, Switzerland.

http://www.pmaa10.unibas.ch/

This international workshop aims to be a forum for exchanging ideas,

insights and experiences in different areas of parallel computing in

which matrix algorithms are employed.

Topics of interest are indicated (but not limited) by the topics of

the following planed minisymposia: Large dense eigenvalue problems;

Parallel SVD computation; Accelerating the solution of linear systems

and eigenvalue problems on Heterogeneous Computing Environments;

Combinatorial Scientific Computing; Robust multilevel methods and

parallel algorithms; Linear algebra on multicores; Autotuning, Voxel

based computations; Parallel numerical methods for large environmental

models.

Invited speakers:

James Demmel (UC Berkeley, USA)

Ahmed Sameh (Purdue, USA)

George Biros (Georgia Tech, USA)

Laura Grigori (INRIA, Orsay, FR)

Important dates:

Submission of a 1-page abstract: 30 April 2010

Acceptance decision: 7 May 2010

Selected peer-reviewed papers will be published in a special issue of Parallel

Computing. Submission of full papers: 30 July 2010

For further information contact: pmaa10@unibas.ch

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From: Elisabeth Larsson <bette@it.uu.se>

Date: Thu, 20 Aug 2009 09:57:45 +0200

**Subject: Tenure track position at Uppsala University, Sweden**

Uppsala University, Sweden invites applications for an

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR POSITION in SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING at UPPSALA UNIVERSITY,

focusing on parallel software and algorithms for computational science

and engineering on computer systems with multicore processors.

The position is tenure track with a majority of time allocated to research.

Uppsala University has recently been awarded several grants for

long-term research efforts in multicore-related research and is

expanding in several directions (see www.it.uu.se for other openings).

Currently, there is an open position as Assistant Professor in

Scientific Computing, focusing on parallel software and algorithms for

computational science and engineering on computer systems with multicore

processors. The successful candidate will be able to teach both

undergraduate and graduate courses, and conduct independent research.

Initially, the appointment includes about 75 percent time for research.

Priority is given to applicants who have completed their PhD at most

five years before the application deadline.

The position provides excellent opportunities for interaction with

existing research efforts at the department, including, e.g.,

development, analysis and computer implementation of parallel

computational methods in science and engineering. This method-oriented

research is performed in close collaboration with experts on

applications in, e.g., fluid flow, materials science, molecular

biology/genetics, financial mathematics, and acoustics. The Division of

Scientific Computing is a partner in UPPMAX, Uppsala University's center

for infrastructure and cooperation in computational science and

engineering. More information is available at

http://www.it.uu.se/research/ and http://www.it.uu.se/research/upmarc.

Application Deadline: September 18. Women are especially encouraged to

apply. More information on the application procedure can be found at

http://www.personalavd.uu.se/ledigaplatser/1837bitrlekt_eng.html

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From: Petra Hildebrand <petra.hildebrand@uni-ulm.de>

Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 04:43:11 -0400

**Subject: PostDoc Position, Research Training Group, University of Ulm**

Within in the DFG (German Science Foundation) Research Training Group

(Graduiertenkolleg) „Modeling, Analysis and Simulation in

Economic Mathematics“ at the Faculty of Mathematics and Economics

of the University of Ulm there is

1 Postdoctorial Position (E13)

available for two years starting November, 1st 2009 or later.

The scope of the research training group is the investigation of

economic questions by means of mathematical modeling, analysis and

simulation. These questions are developed in cooperation with partners

from outside the University and arise from the following areas:

1. Evaluation of complex financial products

2. Risk analysis und management

3. Optimal Strategies

4. Econometric analysis und strategies

5. Knowledge discovery and data mining

To solve such problems, the postdoctorial fellow will work in the

following mathematical disciplines:

1. Stochastical models, their analysis and simulation

2. Statistical inference und data analysis

3. Stochastical control and optimization

4. Partial differential equations and functional analysis

5. Financial mathematical modeling and analysis

6. Numerical analysis and simulation

7. Methods in the development and quality management of software

Further information is found on:

http://www.uni-ulm.de/einrichtungen/gradkoll1100

Candidates must already be authorized to work in the EU and must be Germany based.

Doctors of mathematical based courses of studies are asked to send their significant application

documents (copies of certificates, CV, photo) up to October 1st, 2009 to the speaker:

Prof. Dr. Karsten Urban

University of Ulm

Institut for Numerical Analysis

Helmholtzstrasse 18

89069 Ulm

Phone: +49-731-502-3535

Fax: +49-731-502-3548

email: petra.hildebrand@uni-ulm.de

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From: Gunilla Kreiss <Gunilla.Kreiss@it.uu.se>

Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2009 07:27:53 -0400

**Subject: PostDoc in Computation Quantum Chemistry at Uppsala University**

A Post-Doctoral position in the Computational Quantum Dynamics group,

division of Scientific Computing, department of Information Technology

at Uppsala University is open for applications. The application

deadline is August 31.

The research of the group concerns the development and analysis of

numerical methods for simulation of quantum dynamical phenomena, such

as chemical reactions, using the time-dependent Schrödinger

equation. Topics include adaptive and efficient spatial and temporal

discretizations, stable and accurate boundary and interface

conditions, and efficient implementations on high performance

computers. To enable simulations of more complex dynamical phenomena

we plan to develop and analyze methods and models consisting of

several levels of approximations. For more information about the group

see http://www.it.uu.se/research/project/qd.

To qualify for the PosDoc position you must have a PhD

degree. Priority is given to applicants who have completed their PhD

within 3 years of the application deadline. In ranking qualified

applicants documented scientific skills in scientific computing and in

quantum chemistry/quantum physics will be especially important. In

filling this position, the university aims to recruit the person who,

in the combined evaluation of competence, skills and documented

qualification, is judged most suitable to carry out and develop the

work-in-hand and to contribute to a positive development. The

position can be held for one year, with a possible extension to two

years. For more information and application details, please see

http://www.personalavd.uu.se/ledigaplatser/1186postdok_eng.html

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From: Omar Ghattas <omar@ices.utexas.edu>

Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2009 15:40:26 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc positions in V&V/UQ at PECOS/ICES, UT-Austin**

The Center for Predictive Engineering and Computational Sciences

(PECOS) within the Institute for Computational Engineering and

Sciences (ICES) at The University of Texas at Austin has openings for

postdoctoral scholars to develop computational algorithms and tools to

enable calibration, validation and uncertainty quantification of

complex physical models. Applicants are sought with a strong

background and experience in scientific computing, numerical PDEs and

one or more of the following: stochastic PDEs, inverse problems, and

Bayesian inference. Experience in large-scale parallel code

development, C++, and modern software engineering practices is

essential. Applications must have a PhD in engineering, science,

applied mathematics, or a related field. This is a security sensitive

position. To apply for this position, please send a cover letter

indicating your interest, a current CV and the names and contact

information of at least 3 references to Dr. Robert D. Moser at the

following email address: pecos_recruit@ices.utexas.edu. The University

of Texas at Austin is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative

Action Employer.

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

Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2009 11:12:48 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Contents, J. of Complexity, Vol 25, October 2009**

Journal of Complexity

Volume 25, Number 5, October 2009

CONTENTS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Nominations for 2010 Prize for Achievement in Information-Based Complexity

REGULAR ARTICLES

Duality for Digital Sequences

Josef Dick, Harald Niederreiter

On the tractability of linear tensor product problems in the worst case

Anargyros Papageorgiou, Iasonas Petras

A fast Petrov-Galerkin method for solving the generalized airfoil equation

Haotao Cai

Oracle Inequalities for Support Vector Machines that are based on Random

Entropy Numbers

Ingo Steinwart

Randomized Approximation of Sobolev Embeddings II

Stefan Heinrich

Randomized Approximation of Sobolev Embeddings III

Stefan Heinrich

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From: jfocm@orie.cornell.edu

Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 14:19:49 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Contents, Foundations of Computational Mathematics 9(5)**

Foundations of Computational Mathematics

http://www.springerlink.com/content/106038/

Volume 9, Number 5, October 2009

"Foundations of a Multi-way Spectral Clustering Framework for

Hybrid Linear Modeling"

Guangliang Chen, Gilad Lerman

pp. 517 - 558

"Global Classification of Two-Component Approximately

Integrable Evolution Equations"

Peter H. van der Kamp

pp. 559 - 597

"Real Computational Universality: The Word Problem for a Class of

Groups with Infinite Presentation"

Klaus Meer, Martin Ziegler

pp. 599 - 609

"Period Doubling in the Rössler System — A Computer Assisted Proof"

Daniel Wilczak, Piotr Zgliczyński

pp. 611 - 649

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

Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 18:02:47 +0800 (HKT)

**Subject: Contents, Commun. Comput. Phys. Vol. 6 No. 1 (2009)**

Communications in Computational Physics (CiCP)

Volume 6, Number 1, 2009

http://www.global-sci.com/issue/contents/6/issue1.html

Editorial Board

http://www.global-sci.com/issue/editorial_page/editorial_v6n1.pdf

Review Article:

Larisa V. Branets, Sartaj S. Ghai, Stephen L. Lyons and Xiao-Hui Wu

Challenges and technologies in reservoir modeling.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 1-23.

http://www.global-sci.com/openaccess/v6_1.pdf

Regular Articles:

Randi Holm, Roland Kaufmann, Elisabeth Iren Dale, Sigurd Aanonsen, Gunnar E.

Fladmark, Magne Espedal and Arne Skauge

Constructing three-phase capillary pressure functions by parameter matching

using a modified Ensemble Kalman Filter.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 24-48.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_24.pdf

Pengtao Sun, Guangri Xue, Chaoyang Wang and Jinchao Xu

Fast numerical simulation of two-phase transport model in the cathode of a

polymer electrolyte fuel cell.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 49-71.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_49.pdf

E. Abreu, J. Douglas, F. Furtado and F. Pereira

Operator splitting for three-phase flow in heterogeneous porous media.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 72-84.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_72.pdf

Yu-Shu Wu and Guan Qin

A generalized numerical approach for modeling multiphase flow and transport in

fractured porous media.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 85-108.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_85.pdf

Dong Liang, Qiang Guo and Sunling Gong

Wavelet Galerkin methods for aerosol dynamic equations in atmospheric

environment. Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 109-130.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_109.pdf

Eric Morales-Casique and Shlomo P. Neuman

Laplace-transform finite element solution of nonlocal and localized stochastic

moment equations of transport.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 131-161.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_131.pdf

Peter Popov, Yalchin Efendiev and Guan Qin

Multiscale modeling and simulations of flows in naturally fractured karst

reservoirs. Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 162-184.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_162.pdf

X.-M. He, T. Lin and Y. Lin

A bilinear immersed finite volume element method for the diffusion equation

with discontinuous coefficient.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 185-202.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_185.pdf

Kaixin Wang, Hong Wang, Mohamed Al-Lawatia and Hongxing Rui

A family of characteristic discontinuous Galerkin methods for transient

advection-diffusion equations and their optimal-order L2 error estimates.

Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 203-230.

http://www.global-sci.com/freedownload/v6_203.pdf

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From: Emma Avery <Emma.Avery@iop.org>

Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 15:09:56 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, volume 22, issue 9, September 2009**

NONLINEARITY

Volume 22, Issue 9, September 2009

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on the

web. This issue is available at: URL:

http://stacks.iop.org/0951-7715/22/i=9

Pages: 2079--2268

PAPERS

2079

Large deviations for intermittent maps

Mark Pollicott and Richard Sharp

2093

Almost-everywhere uniqueness of Lagrangian trajectories for suitable weak

solutions of the three-dimensional Navier--Stokes equations

James C Robinson and Witold Sadowski

2101

Spectral statistics of a pseudo-integrable map: the general case

E Bogomolny, R Dubertrand and C Schmit

2127

On the structure of arithmetic sums of Cantor sets with constant ratios of

dissection

Razvan Anisca and Christopher Chlebovec

2141

Periodic solutions for some second order Hamiltonian systems

Shiqing Zhang

2151

On the minimality of locally similar Cantor sets of S^1

Jorge Iglesias and Aldo Portela

2161

Geometry and dynamics of mildly degenerate Hopf--Ne\u{\i}marck--Sacker

families near resonance

H W Broer, S J Holtman, G Vegter and R Vitolo

2201

Non-integrability of Painlev\'e VI equations in the Liouville sense

Tsvetana Stoyanova

2231

The Poisson equations in the nonholonomic Suslov problem: integrability,

meromorphic and hypergeometric solutions

Yuri N Fedorov, Andrzej J Maciejewski and Maria Przybylska

2261

Analytical blowup solutions to the pressureless Navier--Stokes--Poisson

equations with density-dependent viscosity in R^N

Manwai Yuen

2269

On the stability of multibreathers in Klein--Gordon chains

Vassilis Koukouloyannis and Panayotis G Kevrekidis

2287

On the exact solution for smooth pulses of the defocusing nonlinear Schr

\"odinger modulation equations prior to breaking

M G Forest, C-J Rosenberg and O C Wright III

2309

Intertwining semiclassical bound states to a nonlinear magnetic Schr

\"odinger equation

Silvia Cingolani and M\'onica Clapp

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