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

- Reproducible parallel solvers for linear systems
- Call for Submissions - Monroe H. Martin Prize
- Call for Nominations - SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E - due October 1
- Scotch 5.1.10 is out and breaks the "32-bit" barrier
- Posted Slides from Sparse Days at CERFACS 2010
- New book: Scientific Computing with MATLAB and Octave
- Computational Techniques and Applications (CTAC), Australia, Nov 2010
- Math Education of Engineers, UK, Apr 2011
- Summer School in Numerical Analysis, Italy, Jun 2011
- Large Scale Scientific Computations (LSSC'11), Bulgaria, Jun 2011
- SIAM Conf. Control and Its Applications (CT11), Baltimore, Jul 2011
- Nonlinearity and Coherent Structures, UK, Jul 2011
- Assistant or Associate Professor, Computational Math, UW-Milwaukee
- Post-doc/Research Associate Position at Stanford University
- Postdoc position, University of Alabama at Birmingham
- PhD Positions at University of INSUBRIA Varese-Como, Italy
- Contents, Optimization Methods and Software 25(5), Oct 2010
- Contents, IJCIT Content Vol 2, No 1 (January-June) 2010 Print Issue
- Contents, Nonlinearity, volume 23, issue 10, October 2010
- Contents, Constructive Approximation Volume 32 Number 2 2010
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From: Kai Diethelm <diethelm@gns-mbh.com>

Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2010 08:06:53 -0400

**Subject: Reproducible parallel solvers for linear systems**

Dear NA-Netters,

we are looking for a (direct or iterative) parallel solver for sparse

symmetric linear systems that scales reasonably well. Of course, many such

codes exist, but we have a special request: We want the algorithm to compute

its results in a reproducible way. That is, two executions of the

corresponding subroutine with a given matrix and right-hand side should

always

produce the same approximate solution, no matter whether or not the

second run

of the code uses the same number of processors as the first. Pardiso 4.0.0

fulfils this request to a limited extent, but we are not aware of any method

that offers this feature in an unrestricted form. Thus, all hints in this

direction are most welcome.

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From: "Frank W.J. Olver" <fwjo@Glue.umd.edu>

Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2010 13:39:51 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Call for Submissions - Monroe H. Martin Prize**

MONROE H. MARTIN PRIZE

THE INSTITUTE FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY at the

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park, is pleased to announce the Eighth

Monroe H. Martin Prize. The prize will be awarded for an outstanding

paper in applied mathematics (including numerical analysis) by a

young research worker. Candidates must be residents of North America

and have not reached their 36th birthday by July 31, 2010. The

submitted paper must be by a single author and have been published

or accepted for publication in the open literature. The work must

not have been performed in connection with the completion of

requirements for an academic degree. The candidate must neither be,

nor have been, affiliated with the University of Maryland.

Applications from qualified candidates, or nominations, are solicited

for the Monroe H. Martin prize. Entries should include a copy of the

paper or contribution, with a covering letter, and for full

consideration be submitted before October 31, 2010 to:

MONROE H. MARTIN PRIZE COMMITTEE

4211 COMPUTER & SPACE SCIENCES BUILDING

INSTITUTE FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE

AND TECHNOLOGY

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND

COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND 20742-2431

The award will be announced by January 31, 2011. The recipient will

be asked to present his or her work at the Monroe H. Martin Lecture at

the University of Maryland in February 2011, and will be awarded a

prize of $5,000 plus travel expenses.

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

Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 19:17:39 -0400

**Subject: Call for Nominations - SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E - due October 1**

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS - SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E

The SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering is awarded

biennially in the area of computational science in recognition of

outstanding contributions to the development and use of mathematical and

computational tools and methods for the solution of science and engineering

problems. It is intended to recognize either one individual or a group of

individuals for outstanding research contributions to the field of CS&E.

The contribution(s) for which the award is made must be publicly available

and may belong to any aspect of computational science in its broadest sense.

The prize will be awarded at the SIAM Conference on Computational Science

and Engineering (CSE11), to be held February 28 - March 4, 2011, in Reno,

Nevada.

The award will include a total cash prize of $5,000 and a certificate

containing the citation. SIAM will reimburse reasonable travel expenses to

attend the award ceremony.

A letter of nomination, including description of the contribution(s),

should

be addressed to Dr. Richard J. Hanson, Chair, SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E

Committee, and sent by OCTOBER 1, 2010, to J. M. Littleton,

littleton@siam.org. Inquiries should be addressed to littleton@siam.org.

More information and calls for nominations for SIAM prizes can be found at

http://www.siam.org/prizes/nominations.php.

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From: FranoisPELLEGRINI <francois.pellegrini@labri.fr>

Date: Thu, 02 Sep 2010 11:02:16 +0200

**Subject: Scotch 5.1.10 is out and breaks the "32-bit" barrier**

We announce the release, as libre/free software, of revision 5.1.10 of the

SCOTCH and PT-SCOTCH software package and library for sequential and

parallel graph partitioning, sequential mesh/hypergraph partitioning and

static mapping, and sequential and parallel sparse matrix block ordering.

- Scotch and PT-Scotch are now fully 64-bit. PT-Scotch 5.1.10 has been able

to bipartition a graph of more than 2.4 billion vertices,

distributed

across 2048 processors, on machine platine of French CCRT computer

center.

Weak scalability experiments were carried out up to 8192

processors on

machine hera at LLNL.

- PT-Scotch now has improved load balance capabilities, which allow it to

enforce almost exact load balance across domains whenever requested.

- New command-line and library options allow users to tailor easily their

strategies according to their needs: quality, speed, scalability,

load

balance, etc.

Scotch can be freely downloaded, under the terms of the CeCILL-C license.

To ease the development, diffusion, and circulation of information regarding

the SCOTCH project, most of its resources are now hosted on the InriaGforge

platform provided by INRIA. Please refer to the SCOTCH web page at :

http://www.labri.fr/~pelegrin/scotch/

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From: Iain Duff <iain.duff@stfc.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2010 08:09:01 +0100 (BST)

**Subject: Posted Slides from Sparse Days at CERFACS 2010**

Proceedings of Sparse Days 2010

The slides from the Annual CERFACS Sparse Days are now available

and can be accessed at the web site:

http://www.cerfacs.fr/6-26858-Sparse-Days-2010.php

The 2010 Sparse Days were augmented by the final workshop of the SOLSTICE

project funded by the French Agence Nationale de la Recherche. Over 60

people from ten different countries attended the conference at which there

were 25 talks on recent research in numerical linear algebra,

optimization and high-performance computing. The talks ranged from

theoretical advances in algorithms and implementations to the

solution of leading edge problems by industrial partners.

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From: Paola Gervasio <gervasio@ing.unibs.it>

Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 08:42:22 -0400

**Subject: New book: Scientific Computing with MATLAB and Octave**

Scientific Computing with MATLAB and Octave

by Alfio Quarteroni, Fausto Saleri, Paola Gervasio

Series: Texts in Computational Science and Engineering, Vol. 2

3rd Edition, XVI+360 p., Hardcover

Springer, Berlin Heidelberg 2010.

ISBN: 978-3-642-12429-7

http://www.springer.com/978-3-642-12429-7

This textbook is an introduction to Scientific Computing, in which several

numerical methods for the computer-based solution of certain classes of

mathematical problems are illustrated. The authors show how to compute the

zeros or the integrals of continuous functions, solve linear systems,

approximate functions using polynomials and construct accurate

approximations

for the solution of ordinary and partial differential equations. To make the

format concrete and appealing, the programming environments Matlab and

Octave

are adopted as faithful companions. The book contains the solutions to

several

problems posed in exercises and examples, often originating from important

applications. At the end of each chapter, a specific section is devoted to

subjects which were not addressed in the book and contains bibliographical

references for a more comprehensive treatment of the material.

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From: Thanh Tran <thanh.tran@unsw.edu.au>

Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 15:54:38 +1000

**Subject: Computational Techniques and Applications (CTAC), Australia, **

Nov 2010

Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC)

The 15th Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC)will

be hosted by the University of New South Wales from 28th November 2010

to 1st December 2010.

INVITED SPEAKERS:

* Tim Cornwell (CSIRO) Computational and algorithmic challenges

of the square kilometre array

* Paul Durbin (Iowa State University) Turbulence

* Bjorn Engquist (University of Texas at Austin and

University of Uppsala) Multiscale modelling and scientific

computation

* Mark Knackstedt (Australian National University)

Mesoscale physics, modelling of real rocks

* Frances Kuo (University of New South Wales) High

dimensional computation

* Robert Scheichl (University of Bath) Domain

decomposition, simulation under uncertainty

* Jamie Sethian (University of California at Berkeley)

Level sets and industrial modelling

REGISTRATION and ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:

Please visit the conference website

http://conferences.science.unsw.edu.au/CTAC2010/

for detail.

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From: Pam Bye <Pam.Bye@ima.org.uk>

Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2010 13:23:52 +0000

**Subject: Math Education of Engineers, UK, Apr 2011**

THE INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS

Mathematical Education of Engineers (MEE - 2011)

Monday 11th April 2011

Loughborough University

The deadline for the submission of Abstracts is 31st October 2010

Further details are available on the Conference website:

http://mee2011.lboro.ac.uk

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From: "Alexander Ostermann" <alexander.ostermann@uibk.ac.at>

Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 20:21:47 +0200

**Subject: Summer School in Numerical Analysis, Italy, Jun 2011**

The 10th "Dobbiaco Summer School in Numerical Analysis" will take place

from 12-17 June 2011 at Dobbiaco/Toblach, Italy.

The topics will be:

Approximation Theory, Spectral Methods and Chebfun

During the school, two leading specialists in the field will present a

series of 90 minutes long lectures on the topic. The school is intended

for PhD students and young researchers.

The lecturers will be:

Nick Trefethen (Oxford University Computing Laboratory)

Toby Driscoll (University of Delaware)

For pre-registration and further information on the summer school, see

http://www.dmi.units.it/dobbiaco/

Please note that the number of participants is limited.

Organizers:

Alfredo Bellen (Trieste, Italy; bellen@units.it )

Alexander Ostermann (Innsbruck, Austria)

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From: Svetozar Margenov <margenov@parallel.bas.bg>

Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2010 12:01:10 +0300

**Subject: Large Scale Scientific Computations (LSSC'11), Bulgaria, Jun 2011**

Seventh International Conference on Large-Scale Scientific Computations

June 6-10, 2011, Sozopol, Bulgaria

http://parallel.bas.bg/Conferences/SciCom11.html

The conference is organized by the Department of Scientific Computations,

Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Bulgarian Academy

of Sciences.

Following the traditions, the topics of interest include: Hierarchical,

adaptive, domain decomposition and local refinement methods; Robust

preconditioning algorithms; Monte Carlo methods and algorithms; Numerical

linear algebra; Large-scale computations of environmental, biomedical and

engineering problems; Parallel algorithms and performance analysis.

PLENARY INVITED SPEAKERS:

E. Casas (ES), O. Iliev (DE), U. Langer (AT), P. Vassilevski (US),

W. Wagner (DE), B. Wohlmuth (DE)

CURRENTLY APPROVED SPECIAL SESSIONS:

1. Robust Multigrid, Multilevel and Multiscale, Deterministic and

Stochastic Methods for Modeling Highly Heterogeneous Media,

R. Lazarov, P. Vassilevski, L. Zikatanov

2. Advanced Methods for Transport,

P. Bochev, D. Ridzal, M. Shashkov

3. Control and Uncertain Systems,

M. Krastanov, V. Veliov

4. Applications of Metaheuristics to Large-Scale Problems,

S. Fidanova, E. Alba

5. Environmental Modelling,

A. Ebel, K. Georgiev, Z. Zlatev

Prof. S. Margenov

Chairman

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From: Kirsten Wilden <wilden@siam.org>

Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 12:42:09 -0400

**Subject: SIAM Conf. Control and Its Applications (CT11), Baltimore, Jul 2011**

SIAM Conference on Control and Its Applications (CT11)

July 25-27, 2011

Hyatt Regency Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

This conference is sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group on Control and

Systems Theory (http://www.siam.org/activity/cst/) and is a Satellite

Meeting of ICIAM 2011 (http://www.iciam2011.com/).

The field of control theory is central to a wide range of aerospace,

industrial, automotive and advanced technological systems and increasingly

recognized as fundamental for emerging fields ranging from

nanotechnology to

cell regulation. Moreover, in addition to its traditional ubiquity in

process regulation for the physical sciences and engineering, control

concepts now pervade the biological, computer, and social sciences. This

conference will showcase a wide range of topics in control and systems

theory. The topics and applications include real-time optimization and data

assimilation, cellular and biological regulation, control of hybrid

systems,

numerical methods for control and optimization, control techniques for

financial mathematics, cooperative control for unmanned autonomous

vehicles,

differential games, biomedical control, risk sensitive control and

filtering, control of smart systems, flow control and quantum control. This

conference is a continuation of a series of meetings started in 1989 in San

Francisco.

SUBMISSION DEADLINES

January 3, 2011: Minisymposium proposals

January 31, 2011: Abstracts for contributed and minisymposium speakers

http://www.siam.org/meetings/ct11/

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From: Pam Bye <Pam.Bye@ima.org.uk>

Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2010 13:29:28 +0000

**Subject: Nonlinearity and Coherent Structures, UK, Jul 2011**

THE INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS

IMA CONFERENCE ON NONLINEARITY AND COHERENT STRUCTURES

6-8 July 2011 University of Reading, UK

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 30th November 2010

Further details are available on the Conference website:

http://www.ima.org.uk/Conferences/ncs/index.html

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From: Bruce A Wade <wade@uwm.edu>

Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2010 13:52:45 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Assistant or Associate Professor, Computational Math, UW-Milwaukee**

COMPUTATIONAL MATH POSITION

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE

Department of Mathematical Sciences

Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413

The Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of

Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), invites applications to fill one faculty

position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in Mathematical

Sciences. Starting date is August 2011.

The department is seeking an outstanding researcher in computational

mathematics with interdisciplinary focus. Candidates must have, or

expect to complete by August 2011, a PhD or equivalent in mathematics

or a closely related field, with expertise in computational

mathematics. Preferred qualifications are: evidence of a strong

research record (publications, funding, post-doc experience); a

commitment to teaching excellence; primary expertise in numerical

partial differential equations (PDE), high performance scientific

computing (HPC), multiscale modeling and analysis (MMA), computational

stochastics or a related field, and interdisciplinary experience or

potential.

The candidate is expected to develop significant cooperation with

researchers in other fields of application, especially outside the

Department of Mathematical Sciences, in fields such as biology,

bio-engineering, chemistry, freshwater science, medicine, and public

health. Responsibilities include development of a vigorous,

collaborative research program, teaching two courses per semester, and

taking active roles in the undergraduate, Masterâ€™s and Doctoral

programs. A competitive compensation, benefits, and research start-up

package is provided.

The Mathematical Sciences Department has a faculty of 37, including

pure mathematicians, applied & computational mathematicians,

statisticians, and atmospheric scientists. We are engaged in

collaborations with many other departments in the natural sciences and

engineering, as well as the Great Lakes WATER Institute and the

Medical College of Wisconsin. More information can be found by

visiting our web page at http://www.math.uwm.edu/

Applications must be completed online at

http://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/4906, where applicants will upload a CV,

cover letter, and teaching and research statements. Please include

links to relevant web pages and publications in your cover letter or

CV. In addition, applicants must arrange to have three letters of

recommendation (at least one should address the candidate's teaching

abilities) sent to the Chairperson at stockbri@uwm.edu at Department

of Mathematical Sciences University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Milwaukee,

WI 53201-0413

Review of applications will start by November 15, 2010 and will

continue until the position is filled. UW-Milwaukee is an AA/EEO

employer.

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From: David Echeverria Ciaurri <echeverr@stanford.edu>

Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2010 16:22:35 -0400

**Subject: Post-doc/Research Associate Position at Stanford University**

Post-doc/Research Associate Position

Department of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University

Computational Optimization for Energy Industry Applications

The Stanford Smart Fields Consortium, an interdisciplinary affiliates

program within the Energy Resources Engineering Department, is seeking

an applied mathematician, engineer or computer scientist with a strong

background in the computational optimization of complex models

described by systems of PDEs. The position involves research,

coordination and technical management of projects on the development

and application of optimization algorithms within energy-related

areas. Existing consortium projects include optimization of oil field

development, optimization of oil field and carbon storage operations,

inverse problems, and reduced-order modeling (for a more complete list

of projects, see http://smartfields.stanford.edu/ ). The candidate

must have a Ph.D. degree in applied mathematics, engineering, computer

sciences, or a closely related field. Previous experience on the

development and use of optimization codes for PDE-based models,

ideally within the context of subsurface flow applications, together

with strong communication and organizational skills, is highly

desirable. Some travel to affiliate companies, universities and

conferences will be required.

Initial placement (at the post-doc or research associate level) will

be based on the candidate’s prior experience. Interested applicants

should send (1) a curriculum vitae including a complete list of

publications, (2) names of three references including email addresses,

and (3) copies/links of up to five relevant papers to:

Dr. David Echeverria Ciaurri

Department of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University

email: echeverr@stanford.edu

This search will proceed until a suitable candidate is

selected. Applications will be reviewed beginning on October 1, 2010.

Please see http://pangea.stanford.edu/ERE/index.php for information on

the Department of Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford.

Stanford University has a strong institutional commitment to the

principle of diversity. In that spirit, we particularly encourage

applications from women, members of ethnic minorities, and individuals

with disabilities.

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From: Xujing Wang <xujingw@uab.edu>

Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2010 10:40:48 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc position, University of Alabama at Birmingham**

A postdoctoral fellow position is available immediately for candidates

interested in complex systems/systems biology. The initial appointment

will

be for one year, with possible extension for one year or more

conditioned on

performance and funding.

The research will focus on the theoretical/mathematical modeling and

algorithm

development in the study of the emergent spatial-temporal orders in complex

systems. The successful candidate can participate in one of the two

ongoing

projects: (1) the multi-scale complex system that regulates glucose

homeostasis, a basic physiological process that provides energy to all

cells

in human body. The study includes the synchronization of the pancreatic

islet

beta cell oscillation, the insulin/glucose feedback loops in blood

circulation, and the applications to clinical studies of glucose tolerance.

(2) The spatial-temporal architecture of transcriptome. This mainly

includes

the development of new genetic network modeling algorithms utilizing

concepts

and theories from physics/mathematics, and applications to integrative

genomics.

Candidates with PhD training in physics, applied mathematics, or related is

preferred. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the research, candidates

from other basic science areas with strong quantitative training will

also be

considered. Experience with differential equations, network theory,

scientific

programming and simulation, are desirable though not required. Application

should consist of a one-page statement of research interest, names of three

references, a CV with publication record and/or thesis topic. Please

send the

application and inquires to: xujingw@uab.edu. (205) 934-8186.

Research will be conducted in the research group of Dr. Xujing Wang in the

Department of Physics (http://www.phys.uab.edu/xwang) and the Comprehensive

Diabetes Center (http://diabetes.dom.uab.edu), at the University of

Alabama at

Birmingham (UAB). There will be ample opportunity to interact with a

team of

interdisciplinary investigators that includes theoretical physicist,

mathematical biologist, applied mathematician, system biologist,

geneticist,

as well as laboratory and clinical scientists.

Both the physics department and the comprehensive diabetes center at UAB

have

developed a strong record of extramurally funded interdisciplinary

research,

and have extensive collaboration with many other department and research

centers.

UAB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. UAB offers

competitive benefit, more information can be found at

http://www.postdocs.uab.edu/. Salary is commensurate with qualifications

and

in general follows NIH postdoctoral stipends guideline.

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From: Nicola Mastronardi <n.mastronardi@ba.iac.cnr.it>

Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2010 10:29:25 -0400

**Subject: PhD Positions at University of INSUBRIA Varese-Como, Italy**

Outstanding students are sought for four Ph.D. fellowships

in Computational Mathematics.

The call for the application ia available at the website

http://scienze-como.uninsubria.it/mdonatelli/Doctorate/

at the link "News"

The applicants will be interviewed in November, 2010.

All the information will be available on the website.

The successful candidates will work in a multidisciplinary

environment, developing skills in Symbolic Calculus and Scientific

Computing. During the Ph.D. program, the students will attend 4

courses with final exam, and summer schools. Short visits abroad will

be also possible during the first two years. The students will carry

out original research in Computational Mathematics, and the results of

their work will be reported in their Ph.D. theses.

For further information the applicants may contact

Prof. Stefano Serra-Capizzano (stefano.serrac@uninsubria.it).

For any administrative information the applicants may contact Mrs. Sara

Coppes

(sara.coppes@uninsubria.it).

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

Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2010 19:15:02 +0200

**Subject: Contents, Optimization Methods and Software 25(5), Oct 2010**

Table of Contents

Optimization Methods and Software (OMS),

Volume 25, Number 5 (October, 2010)

Special issue: The 2nd International Conference on Nonlinear

Programming with Applications, 7-9 April 2009, Beijing, China

Guest-Editors: Xuexiang Huang, Jie Sun, Xiaoqi Yang, Xinmin Yang

Sanming Liu and Enmin Feng

The exponential penalty function method for multiobjective

programming problems

667-675

Jian-Wen Peng and Jen-Chih Yao

Some new extragradient-like methods for generalized equilibrium

problems, fixed points problems and variational inequality problems

677-698

Guanghui Wang and Song Wang

Convergence of a finite element approximation to a degenerate

parabolic variational inequality with non-smooth data arising from

American option valuation

699-723

K.F.C. Yiu, W.Y. Yan, K.L. Teo and S.Y. Low

A new hybrid descent method with application to the

optimal design of finite precision FIR filters

725-735

Kai Zhang, Xiaoqi Yang, Song Wang and Kok Lay Teo

Numerical performance of penalty method for American option pricing

737-752

Regular papers:

Haibin Zhang

On Halley class of methods for unconstrained optimization problems

753-762

Leonid Faybusovich

Jordan-algebraic aspects of optimization: randomization

763-779

Yong-Jun Wang

Improving particle swarm optimization performance with

local search for high dimensional function optimization

781-795

Joshua D. Griffin and Tamara G. Kolda

Asynchronous parallel hybrid optimization combining DIRECT and GSS

797-817

Shigeru Hanba

Globally convergent Jacobian-free nonlinear equation solvers

based on non-monotone norm descent conditions and a

modified line search technique

819-837

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

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

Instructions for Authors and Online sample copy:

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

Discounted individual subscription:

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

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From: Goutam Kumar Saha <ijcit@rediffmail.com>

Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 11:32:48 -0400

**Subject: Contents, IJCIT Content Vol 2, No 1 (January-June) 2010 Print Issue**

International Journal of Computing & Information Technology (IJCIT),

ISSN: 0974-696X

International Science Press (Serials Publications)

Editor-in-Chief: Goutam Kumar Saha

Paper Submission: ijcit @ rediffmail.com, ijcitj @ gmail.com

IJCIT Content Vol. 2, No. 1, (January - June) 2010 (Print)

1. J. Ghosh, S. Ghosh, and R. K. Pal, "A Revisit to the Eight Coins

Problem," pp. 1-14, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

2. G. R. Bamnote, M. S. Ali, "Design and Evaluation of Disk Scheduling

Algorithm for Real-time Database Systems Using Space Filling Curves," pp.

15-25, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

3. A. Alwattari, " IQ (Idea Quality Test) - a Fast, Easy Method to

Find Good

Ideas and Dump Bad Ones Early on in the Innovation Process," pp. 27-32,

IJCIT,

v2 n1, 2010.

4. D. Fallman, "Desktop Computing as Paradigm: Hidden Assumptions that

Suppress Mobile Information Technology," pp. 33-50, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

5. Paul T. Durbin, "How Computer Professionals Can Help Make Ours a

Better

World," pp. 51-58, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

6. Norm Friesen, "Interaction Paradigms for new Web Technologies: Shift

Happens," pp. 59-70, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

7. Goutam Kumar Saha, "Software Reliability Issues- an Overview," pp.

71-75,

IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

8. Anna Papaioannou and Fotini-Niovi Pavlidou, "Cross-layer Resource

Allocation and Scheduling for Power Line Communications," pp. 77-92,

IJCIT, v2

n1, 2010.

9. A-Imam Al-Sammak, "Shortened Space Time Codes with rate greater than

1.0," pp. 93-101, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

10. S. Bhowmik, "Error Estimate in Numerical Computations for a Linear

Convolution," pp. 103-115, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

11. A. Latif, R. Hilal and A.A. Ouahman, "Reducing the Size of

Microstrip

Antennas to Integrate them in Terminal Station for Wireless Communications,"

pp. 117-133, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

12. Ahmad Al-Hajj, Dima Fares, Khaleel Mershad, Nof Abou Zeinab, Karim Y.

Kabalan, "M/G/8/n Traffic Model of CDMA Networks using Adaptive Antennas,"

pp. 135- 148, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

13. M. Burgin, "Algorithmic Complexity of Computational Problems," pp.

149-187, IJCIT, v2 n1, 2010.

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

Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 14:25:03 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, volume 23, issue 10, October 2010**

NONLINEARITY

Volume 23, Issue 10, October 2010

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

web. This issue is available at: URL:

http://iopscience.iop.org/0951-7715/23/10

Pages: 2351--2722

PAPERS

2351

Periodic homogenization of G-equations and viscosity effects

Yu-Yu Liu, Jack Xin and Yifeng Yu

2369

Exponential stabilization and synchronization of neural networks with

time-varying delays via periodically intermittent control

Cheng Hu, Juan Yu, Haijun Jiang and Zhidong Teng

2393

On the Hausdorff dimension of the set of closed orbits for a cylindrical

transformation

K Fr\c{a}czek and M Lema\'{n}czyk

2423

On some non-conformal fractals

Micha{\l} Rams

2429

The entropy of ${\alpha}$-continued fractions: numerical results

Carlo Carminati, Stefano Marmi, Alessandro Profeti and Giulio Tiozzo

2457

Positive travelling fronts for reaction--diffusion systems with distributed

delay

Teresa Faria and Sergei Trofimchuk

2483

Initial boundary value problems for integrable systems: towards the long

time asymptotics

Anne Boutet de Monvel, Vladimir P Kotlyarov, Dmitry Shepelsky and Chunxiong

Zheng

2501

Poles of int\'egrale tritronqu\'ee and anharmonic oscillators. Asymptotic

localization from WKB analysis

Davide Masoero

2509

Lipschitz shadowing implies structural stability

Sergei Yu Pilyugin and Sergey Tikhomirov

2517

The non-polynomial conservation laws and integrability analysis of

generalized Riemann type hydrodynamical equations

Ziemowit Popowicz and Anatoliy K Prykarpatsky

2539

Parametric normal forms of vector fields and their further simplification

Bo Gao and Weinian Zhang

2559

Inverse scattering transform for the Degasperis--Procesi equation

Adrian Constantin, Rossen I Ivanov and Jonatan Lenells

2577

Classification of integrable Weingarten surfaces possessing an ${\mathfrak

{sl}}$(2)-valued zero curvature representation

Hynek Baran and Michal Marvan

2599

Roots of the derivative of the Riemann-zeta function and of characteristic

polynomials

Eduardo Due\~nez, David W Farmer, Sara Froehlich, C P Hughes, Francesco

Mezzadri and Toan Phan

2623

Stationary solutions to a thermoelastic system on shape memory materials

Takashi Suzuki and Souhei Tasaki

2657

Pattern solutions of the Klausmeier Model for banded vegetation in

semi-arid environments I

Jonathan A Sherratt

2677

Approach to a rational rotation number in a piecewise isometric system

J H Lowenstein and F Vivaldi

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From: Ed Saff <edward.b.saff@vanderbilt.edu>

Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 12:30:09 -0500

**Subject: Contents, Constructive Approximation Volume 32 Number 2 2010**

Constructive Approximation

Vol. 31 No. 3 2010

Table of Contents

Volume 31 Number 3 of Constructive Approximation is now available on

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"Uniform Spacing of Zeros of Orthogonal Polynomials"

by G. Mastroianni and Vilmos Totik

Pages 181-192

"Asymptotic Behavior of Muntz Orthogonal Polynomials"

by Ulfar F. Stefansson

Pages 193-220

"The Nevai Condition"

by Jonathan Breuer, Yoram Last and Barry Simon

Pages 221-254

"Mixed Type Multiple Orthogonal Polynomials for Two Nikishin Systems"

by U. Fidalgo Prieto, A. Lopez Garcia, G. Lopez Lagomasino, and V.N. Sorokin

Pages 255-306

"Some Properties of Gaussian Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces and Their

Implications for Function Approximation and Learning Theory"

by Ha Quang Minh

Pages 307-338

"Optimally Adapted Finite Elements Meshes"

by Jean-Marie Mirebeau

Pages 339-383

"On Critical Values of Polynomials with Real Critical Points"

by Aimo Hinkkanen and Ilgiz Kayumov

Pages 385-392

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