NA Digest Thursday, September 30, 2010 Volume 10 : Issue 39

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From: "J. M. Littleton" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 20:07:40 -0400
Subject: Call for Nominations - Two SIAG/Geosciences Prizes


SIAG/Geosciences Career Prize & Junior Scientist Prize

The SIAM Activity Group on Geosciences (SIAG/GS) will award two prizes at
the SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the
Geosciences (GS11), to be held March 21-24, 2011, in Long Beach, California.

The SIAG/GS Career Prize will be awarded to an outstanding senior
who has made broad and distinguished contributions to the field of
geosciences. The award may be given to any scientist who has held a PhD or
equivalent degree for at least 15 years.

The SIAG/GS Junior Scientist Prize will be awarded to an outstanding junior
researcher in the field of geosciences for distinguished contributions to
the field in the three calendar years prior to the year of the award. At
least one of the papers containing this work must be published in
English in
a peer-reviewed journal bearing a publication date in the calendar years
2008-2010. The recipient must be a graduate student or the paper's
publication date must be no more than three calendar years later than the
year in which the author received the PhD or equivalent degree.

For each prize, the award will consist of a plaque and a certificate
containing the award citation. For each, the recipient will be invited to
present a plenary talk at the conference. And the recipients will be
reimbursed for travel expenses to attend the meeting to accept the award
to give the talk.

Nominations should be addressed to Dr. Jean Roberts, Chair, SIAG/GS Prize
Committee and sent by November 1, 2010, to J. M. Littleton at Inquiries should be addressed to
Complete calls for nominations for SIAM prizes can be found at


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 08:54:36 -0400
Subject: New book, L1 Adaptive Control Theory

Announcing the September 14, 2010, publication by SIAM of:

L1 Adaptive Control Theory: Guaranteed Robustness with Fast Adaptation
By Naira Hovakimyan and Chengyu Cao

September 2010 / xx + 320 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-0-898717-04-4 /
List Price $85.00 / SIAM Member Price $59.50 / Order Code DC21

This book presents a comprehensive overview of the recently developed L1
adaptive control theory, including detailed proofs of the main results. The
key feature of the L1 adaptive control theory is the decoupling of
adaptation from robustness. The architectures of L1 adaptive control theory
have guaranteed transient performance and robustness in the presence of
adaptation, without enforcing persistent excitation, applying gain-
scheduling, or resorting to high-gain feedback.

The book also presents the flight test results that have used this theory
and contains results not yet published in technical journals and conference

It is intended for graduate students; researchers; and
chemical, industrial, and electrical engineers interested in pursuing new
directions in research and developing technology at reduced costs.

For more information about this and all other SIAM books, please visit


From: "Vishnu D Sharma" <>
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2010 17:58:18 +0530
Subject: New book, Quasilinear Hyperbolic Systems, Compressible Flows, Waves

Quasilinear Hyperbolic Systems, Compressible Flows, and Waves.
published in April 2010 by CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, LLC
Florida, USA.


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 09:12:29 -0400
Subject: New book, Normal Approximation and Asymptotic Expansions

Announcing the September 17, 2010, publication by SIAM of:

Normal Approximation and Asymptotic Expansions, by Rabi N. Bhattacharya and
R. Ranga Rao

September 2010 / xxii + 316 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-0-898718-97-3 /
List Price $72.00 / SIAM Member Price $50.40 / Order Code CL64

Although it was first published in 1976, this book has gained new
significance and renewed interest among statisticians due to the
developments of modern statistical techniques such as the bootstrap, the
efficacy of which can be ascertained by asymptotic expansions.

This also is the only book containing a detailed treatment of various
refinements of the multivariate central limit theorem (CLT), including
Essen-type error bounds for probabilities of general classes of functions
and sets, and asymptotic expansions for both lattice and non-lattice

This edition of the book includes a new chapter that provides an
of Stein’s method of approximation to the multivariate CLT.

The book is appropriate for graduate students of probability and statistics
as well as researchers in these and other fields whose work involves the
asymptotic theory of statistics.

For more information about this and all other SIAM books, please visit


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 09:06:16 -0400
Subject: New book, Nonlinear Programming

Announcing the September 14, 2010, publication by SIAM of:

Nonlinear Programming: Concepts, Algorithms, and Applications to Chemical
Processes, by Lorenz T. Biegler

Sept. 2010 / xvi + 399 pages / Hardcover / ISBN 978-0-898717-02-0 /
List Price $85.00 / MOS/SIAM Member Price $59.50 / Order Code MO10

This book addresses modern nonlinear programming (NLP) concepts and
algorithms, especially as they apply to challenging applications in
process engineering. The author provides a firm grounding in fundamental
NLP properties and algorithms, and relates them to real-world problem
classes in process optimization, thus making the material understandable
useful to chemical engineers and experts in mathematical optimization.

It shows readers which NLP methods are best suited for specific
applications, how large-scale problems should be formulated and what
features of these problems should be emphasized, and how existing NLP
methods can be extended to exploit specific structures of large-scale
optimization models.

The book is intended for chemical engineers interested in using NLP
algorithms for specific applications, experts in mathematical optimization
who want to understand process engineering problems and develop better
approaches to solving them, and researchers from both fields interested in
developing better methods and problem formulations for challenging
engineering problems.

For more information about this and all other SIAM books, please visit


From: Erich Novak <>
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2010 15:10:52 +0200
Subject: New book, tractability of Multivariate Problems II

New book, Tractability of Multivariate Problems;
Volume II: Standard Information for Functionals,
by Erich Novak and Henryk Wozniakowski

July 2010 / 675 pages / ISBN 978-3-03719-084-5
Hardcover 98 Euro, Eur. Math. Society,
EMS Tracts in Mathematics Vol 12

The present second volume deals with algorithms using standard
information consisting of function values for the approximation
of linear and selected nonlinear functionals.
An important example is numerical multivariate integration.

Some chapter headings and topics:

Discrepancy and Integration, Tensor Products and Decomposable
Kernels, Weighted Spaces, Worst Case Setting, Average Case Setting,
Smolyak/Sparse Grid Algorithms, Integration for Korobov Spaces,
Lattice Rules, Randomized Algorithms, Some Nonlinear Functionals.

The book is of interest for researchers working in computational
mathematics, especially in approximation of high-dimensional problems.
It may be also suitable for graduate courses and seminars.
The text concludes with a list of 61 open problems that can be
good candidates for future tractability research.

For more information please visit


From: Vasco Brattka <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 22:50:44 +0200
Subject: Computability & Complexity in Analysis (CCA 2011), Cape Town,
Jan 2011

Second Call for Papers and Announcement
Eighth International Conference on

Computability and Complexity in Analysis (CCA 2011)

January 31-February 4, 2011, Cape Town, South Africa

Submission deadline: October 1, 2010 (Abstracts only!)

co-located with the Sixth International Conference on
Computability, Complexity and Randomness (CCR 2011).

Invited Speakers

* Abbas Edalat (London, UK)
* Mathieu Hoyrup (Nancy, France)
* Matthias Schröder (Munich, Germany)
* Peter Schuster (Leeds, UK)
* Stephen G. Simpson (Pennsylvania, USA)
* Michael Yampolsky (Toronto, Canada)


Authors are invited to submit a PDF abstract (typically
1-2 pages) via the following web page:


Funding opportunities for student members of the Association
for Symbolic Logic (ASL) are available. Applications should
be directed to the Association for Symbolic Logic three months
prior to the meeting.


From: Ronald Kriemann <>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2010 05:36:29 -0400
Subject: GAMM-Seminar on Approximation of Multiparametric Functions, Jan

The 27th GAMM-Seminar in Leipzig will take place from
Wednesday, January 26th until Friday, January 28th 2011.

The topic of the workshop is

"Approximation of Multiparametric functions"

and related topics, e.g.,
* PDEs with Stochastic Parameters
* Numerical Methods for Quantum-Chemistry
* Algorithms for High Dimensionality, e.g.
* Sparse Grids and Low Rank Tensor Approximations

Invited speakers are
* Hermann Matthies (TU Braunschweig)
* Daniel Kressner (ETH Zürich)
* Michael Griebel (Universitaet Bonn)
* Lieven De Lathauwer (KU Leuven)

See also the webpage

Registration is open.

Applications can be sent to

Abstracts for talks (25 minutes plus 5 minutes discussion)
should be sent to the same address.


From: Margreet Nool <>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 21:19:15 +0200
Subject: Verwer65, Time Integration of ODEs and PDEs, The Netherlands,
Jan 2011

Dear Colleagues,

We are happy to announce:

Verwer65 - Workshop at CWI on Time Integration of ODEs and PDEs

After 37 years of service to CWI and the Scientific Computing community,
Prof.dr. Jan Verwer will celebrate his 65th birthday and enter his
retirement in February 2011. He will also receive Emeritus Professor
status at the University of Amsterdam.

To mark this occasion CWI will hold a 3 day workshop on the subject of
"Time Integration for Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations" on
January 17-19 2011.

Confirmed Speakers: M. Berzins, M. Botchev, K. Dekker, S. Descombes, A.
Gerisch, E. Hairer, J. Lang, W. Hundsdorfer, A. Ostermann, A. Sandu,
J.M. Sanz-Serna, V. Savcenko, J. ten Thije Boonkkamp, R. Weiner, P.

To register, please visit the website:

Best regards,

The organizing committee:
Joke Blom
Jason Frank
Willem Hundsdorfer


From: Achim Ilchmann <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 09:29:08 +0200
Subject: Elgersburg School on Mathematical Systems Theory, Germany, Mar 2011


will take place
in Elgersburg (Germany)
from March 28 - April 1, 2011.

The lecturers and their topics are

Randy Freeman (Northwestern University, USA): Nonlinear Control
Laurent Praly (École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, France):
Observers for Nonlinear Systems

The school is addressed to postgraduate students or postdocs in
control, either in mathematics or engineering, and also to very
good undergraduates. We would be grateful if you could pass on
this information to any potential candidates.

The location has a capacity for 40 students.
The cost for the hotel including full board
is EUR 510 for a single and EUR 400 for a double room.

Due to the limited number of places there will be an application
procedure for participation at the school. Applicants
are asked to provide their CV and a letter of reference from
their supervisor. The deadline for applications is December 15,
2010. The organizers will then rank the applications according
to excellence and suitability. A list of all participants will
be available on the web site by January 15, 2011.

Additionally, there are funds for travel support, accommodation and
subsistence for 15 participants.

For further information please see


From: Raimondas Ciegis <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 13:42:16 -0400
Subject: Mathematical Modelling and Analysis (MMA2011), Latvia, May 2011

First Announcement
16th International Conference
Mathematical Modelling and Analysis (MMA2011)
May 25--28 2011, Sigulda, Latvia

Conference organizers
The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI)
University of Latvia
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
Daugavpils university, Latvia
Latvian Mathematical Society

The basic topics
Analysis of numerical methods for solving problems of mathematical physics;
Application of numerical methods to industrial and engineering problems;
Parallel algorithms and parallel computing;
Qualitative analysis and applications of ordinary and partial differntial
equations as well difference equations problems;
Financial mathematics and mathematics in economics;
Scientific computation;
Financial mathematics and mathematics in economics;

Abstracts and Proceedings
Authors are requested to send an abstract (1 page) before March 30, 2011
by e-mail:
Instructions and a style file for the preparation of the abstracts are
available at

Conference materials
The selected papers of the Conference will be published in Vol.17 of
"Mathematical Modelling and Analysis" (The Baltic Journal on Mathematical
Numerical Analysis and Differential Equations), . All papers will be peer-reviewed.

Questions regarding MMA2011 should be addressed to e-mail:


Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 08:28:38 +0200 (CEST)
Subject: Iterative Methods in Scientific Computing, Morocco, May 2011

10th IMACS International Symposium on Iterative Methods in Scientific
2011 Date: May 18-21, 2011
Place: Marrakesh, Morocco

Topics of the conference include but are not limited to:
* Large Linear Systems of Equations and Preconditioning,
* Large Scale Eigenvalue Problems,
* Saddle Points Problems,
* Domain Decomposition,
* High-Performance and Parallel Computation,
* Linear Algebra and Control,
* Model Reduction,
* Multigrid and Multilevel Methods,
* Applications to Image Processing, Financial Computation,
Energy Minimization and Internet Search Engines.


* P. Van Dooren, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
* M. Gander, University of Geneva, Switzerland
* V. Mehrmann, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
* G. Meurant, CEA, France
* Y. Saad, University of Minnesota, USA

Important Dates:
January 15, 2011 - Deadline for submission of titles and abstracts
February 15, 2011 - Authors will be notified of accepted papers
March 1, 2011 - Deadline for early registration
October 1, 2011 - Full paper submission.

A special issue of the journal APPLIED NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS, containing
selected and expanded papers presented at IISMSC 2011 will be edited after
the conference.

On the behalf of the organizing committee
Hassane Sadok


From: Yunhua Xue <>
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 20:32:28 -0400
Subject: Applied Math & Interdisciplinary Research, China, Jun 2011

The School of Mathematical Sciences of Nankai University, Chern
Institute of
Mathematics and Beijing Computational Science Research Centre, in China,
will jointly host the 2011 International Conference on Applied Mathematics
and Interdisciplinary Research in Chern Institute of Mathematics, Nankai
University, Tianjin, during June 13-15, 2011 and continue on in Beijing
Computational Science Research Center on June 16, 2011. The objective of
conference is to bring together leading researchers in applied mathematics,
computational sciences, physical and biological sciences as well as
engineering to showcase the state of art interdisciplinary research and
discuss new directions in the increasingly important research paradigm. The
themes of the conference include
• Analytic methods in applied analysis, PDEs, and dynamical systems
• Numerical methods and high performance computing in science and
• Modeling and computation of condense matter materials and complex
• Modeling and computation in biomedical sciences
• Stochastic methods for science and engineering.

More details about the conference can be found at the conference website:


From: Ivan Graham <>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2010 15:32:07 +0100
Subject: Full Professorship in Applied Math, Univ Bath, UK

Professorship in Applied Mathematics
University of Bath

We are pleased to announce an open full Professorship in Applied
Mathematics at the University of Bath. Bath is situated in the west
of England, about 2 hours by train from London. The formal
announcement and links for further information and application forms
are given below.

Ivan Graham

University of Bath
Dept of Mathematical Sciences
Professor of Applied Mathematics

The successful applicant for the Professorship in Applied Mathematics
will have a proven and sustained track record of independent research
of international standing, and will enhance the research profile of
Applied Mathematics at Bath.

Applications are welcome in any area of Applied Mathematics which
both resonates with and complements existing areas of expertise.

Salary and start date are negotiable.

Closing date for applications: 28th October 2010.

Interview date: 16th December 2010.

Reference: CP253

Further information and applications:

Informal enquiries may be addressed to the Head of Department,
Prof. Julian Faraway (, +44 (0)1225 386992) or
Prof. Chris Budd ( , +44 (0)1225 386241), or
Prof. Ivan Graham (, +44(0)1225 386343).


From: "Daniel R. Reynolds" <>
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 11:07:03 -0500
Subject: Faculty positions at SMU

Applications are invited for two positions to begin in the fall semester
of 2011. One position is for a tenure-track assistant professor and the
other position is at any level with preference given to tenured
associate or full professor candidates. The Department of Mathematics
offers an active doctoral program in computational and applied
mathematics. While preference will be given to candidates in these two
areas, applicants in other related areas are encouraged to apply.
Applicants must have a PhD, provide evidence of outstanding research,
and have a strong commitment to teaching at all levels. Applicants can
visit for more information about the department.

Applicants should send a letter of application with curriculum vitae, a
list of publications, and research and teaching statements to: Faculty
Search Committee, Department of Mathematics, Southern Methodist
University, P.O. Box 750156, Dallas, TX 75275-0156. The Search Committee
can be contacted via e-mail at; (Tel: (214)
768-2452; Fax: (214) 768-2355). Tenure-track applicants should also
arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to the
department. Tenured applicants should provide contact information for
three references.

To ensure full consideration for the position, the application must be
received by December 17, 2010, but the committee will continue to accept
applications until the position is filled. The committee will notify
applicants of its employment decisions after the position is filled.

SMU, a private university with an engineering school, is situated in a
quiet residential section of Dallas.

SMU will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion,
national origin, sex age, disability or veteran status. SMU is also
committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
Hiring is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a background check.


From: Kendall Atkinson <>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 20:58:36 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: A new NA and/or SC position at the University of Iowa

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Iowa invites
applications for one tenure-track assistant professorship in the area of
Numerical Analysis, broadly defined, including Scientific Computing.
Selection will be based on evidence of outstanding research
accomplishments or potential, and on evidence of excellent and innovative
teaching. Experience in teaching with technology or active learning
environments is desired, similar to the new University of Iowa TILE
Initiative (

For more complete information on the position and for the details of the
application process, see the website


From: Benito Chen <>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 09:56:03 -0400
Subject: Assistant Professor position in Applied/Comp Math at UT Arlington

Department of Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics at The University of Texas at Arlington
invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position
beginning September 1, 2011 subject to available funding. Tenured
appointments at the rank of Associate or Full Professor may be considered
for exceptional candidates with a strong record of external funding. The
salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications and
experience. The minimum qualifications are an earned Ph.D. in
mathematics or
related areas. At least two years of experience beyond the Ph.D. is
preferable. Demonstrated excellence in research and teaching and a strong
potential for external funding are essential. While outstanding applicants
from all mathematical research areas will be considered, preference will be
given to those with significant research and scholarly accomplishments in
applied/computational mathematics, especially those who can do
interdisciplinary research in areas such as biology and material science.
Duties will include teaching and mentoring undergraduate and/or graduate
students; doing scholarly research; writing grant proposals;
interdepartmental collaboration; and department and university service.
UT Arlington is a public Comprehensive Doctoral/High Research Activity
institution and part of the University of Texas system with an
enrollment of
over 32,000 students. The department is fast evolving into a major center
for mathematics research and education in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex
and north Texas. It features nationally recognized faculty with outstanding
accomplishments in teaching, research and service. The department offers
master’s and doctoral degree programs in Mathematics and Statistics and
currently has more than 100 supported graduate students. As part of the
university's College of Science, the department actively encourages
interdisciplinary research efforts at the interface between mathematics,
statistics, science, engineering and local industries. For more details,
visit the Department's web page at and the
University´s webpage

Applicants should send a letter of application plus a complete curriculum
vitae, statement on research interests, statement of teaching philosophy,
and an American Mathematical Society (AMS) cover sheet to:
Dr. Benito Chen
Chair, Faculty Recruiting Committee
Department of Mathematics
The University of Texas at Arlington
P.O. Box 19408
Arlington, TX 76019-0408.
Applicants should arrange to have at least three letters of recommendation
sent to the above address. Inquiries about the position may be directed to Review of applications will begin on December 13, 2010,
and will continue until the positions are filled. Underrepresented groups
are encouraged to apply.

This is a security sensitive position, and a criminal background check will
be conducted on finalists.

Effective August 1, 2011, the use of tobacco products (including
cigars, pipes, smokeless tobacco and other tobacco products) by students,
faculty, staff, and visitors are prohibited on all UT Arlington properties.
The University of Texas at Arlington does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran
or sexual orientation in employment or in the provision of services. For
more information see


From: Leo Liberti <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 08:07:48 +0200
Subject: Assistant professorship at LIX, Ecole Polytechnique

Tenure-track assistant professorship at LIX, Ecole Polytechnique

The Laboratoire d'Informatique (LIX) of Ecole Polytechnique opens a
tenure-track assistant professorship with associated CNRS Chair, on
one of the following profiles:
- algorithmic geometry and computer vision
- safety and security of distributed and concurrent systems
- software engineering for industrial complex systems

Deadline for application: 25 october 2010.

The application material (in PDF) includes:
- full CV
- recommendation letters
- research plan
- teaching statement
- full list of publications
- a set of selected publications.

An online application process is being prepared; it will be announced
soon on:

*Visual computing*
within the research team led by Prof. Frank Nielsen

Algorithmic methods of Images is undergoing a renaissance with the
spread of cross-disciplinary techniques and availability of large
online image databases. Nowadays, image processing relies on several
scientific areas such as computer vision, computational geometry and
machine learning among others. We study algorithmic questions
pertaining to modern Image processing such as personalized multimedia
search engines based on information geometry, or computational
photography: a creative field which aims at redefining the very
essence of photography.

*Safety and security of distributed and concurrent systems*
within the COMETE research team led by Dr. Catuscia Palamidessi

Modern computation systems are often distributed on heterogenous
networks based on several different technologies. Nevertheless,
they have to conform to specifications of security, performance,
reliability and so on. The objective of this chair is to conceive
distributed and concurrent computational models that allow a
systematic treatment of such difficult tasks, particularly for what
concerns formal verification methods.

*Software engineering for industrial complex systems*
within the SYSMO research team led by Prof. Leo Liberti

The SYSMO team is looking for a candidate with a research track on
software engineering:
- formal models of computation (formal software engineering,
distributed systems, synchronous systems, logic, semantics, etc.),
software-oriented system engineering and architecture
- knowledge of an application domain: information systems, embedded
- research: modelling, optimization and/or verification of
software-oriented systems.
Contact: Prof. Daniel Krob (

*Teaching requirements*
Chair-endowed assistant professors are a relatively new statute which
allows for a reduced teaching load, corresponding to 1/3rd of the
standard load (i.e. 64h instead of 192h per academic year). CNRS
provides the Chair endowment for a period of 2 years (which can be
renewed once). Teaching will take place within the Department of
Computer Science (DIX), Ecole Polytechnique.
Contact: Prof. Benjamin Werner (

The affiliation of the successful candidate will be at LIX, Ecole
Polytechnique (Director ad interim: Prof. Olivier Bournez)



From: "Daniel B. Szyld" <>
Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2010 13:37:19 -0400
Subject: Tenure-track position at Temple University, Philadelphia

Applications are invited for a tenure-track, open rank, faculty position
(subject to approval) in the Department of Mathematics at Temple University.
The candidate's research interests should enhance the Department's existing
strengths. In particular, computational areas, broadly defined, are included
in the search.

Applications should include the standard AMS Cover Sheet for Academic
Employment, a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a statement about current
and future research, and a statement on teaching experience.

Senior candidates should submit names and contact information of their
references. Junior applicants are expected to have some experience beyond
the doctoral degree, and should ask for at least three letters of reference
on research and one on teaching to be submitted directly.

All application materials must be submitted online at

Review of applications will commence October 15, 2010, and will continue
until the position is filled.

Temple University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and
is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. We especially
encourage applications from women, minorities and other under-represented


From: Michael Berry <>
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2010 09:12:22 -0400
Subject: Program Manager Position, CISML, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Program Manager Position Announcement, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Center of Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning (CISML)
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

The program manager will be responsible for program development activities,
daily management and operation of the Center for Intelligent Systems and
Machine Learning (CISML), industrial outreach and fundraising, strategic
planning of CISML, marketing and outreach activities including
development of
website and literature. Reports to affiliated Deans, Department Heads,
and the
University about the activities of the CISML. Manages and tracks budget,
expenditures and financial reporting. Serves as organizer for regular CISML
activities. Accountable for space and equipment management for CISML.
graduate student admissions/tracking for CISML.

An MS degree in computer science, information science, management science,
communications, or a related field is required. A minimum of 6 years
experience is required in the management and development of scientific
research programs. A PhD is highly desirable.

Applicants must submit a CV, a letter of interest detailing personal
qualifications and experience related to this position, and the full names,
postal and email addresses and phone numbers of three references.

Please apply online at

The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section
504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment
programs and services. All qualified applicants will receive equal
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin,
religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender
age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.


From: "Hittinger, Jeffrey A. F." <>
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2010 10:41:09 -0700
Subject: Lawrence Fellowship Postdoctoral Opportunity at LLNL


Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is currently accepting
applications for its prestigious Lawrence Fellowship. Applications
can be submitted through our website: They must be completed no later than
November 1, 2010.

The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's prestigious Lawrence
Fellowship is once again soliciting applications from your most
promising rising postdocs. The fellowship was established to provide
outstanding postdocs an opportunity to pursue cutting-edge science and
stimulate cross-fertilization of ideas. The successful candidates
have freedom to pursue world-class research with ample resources to
support their efforts. The Fellows will interact with scientists with
a wide range of expertise. The Laboratory is committed to making their
experience at LLNL positive and rewarding.

This three-year fellowship is awarded only to candidates with
exceptional talent, credentials, scientific track records, and
potential for significant achievements. Typically, two to four awards
are given each year. After their three-year term, the Fellows may
consider any career options, including employment at the Laboratory.
Fellows will choose original and independent research in one or more
aspects of science relevant to the competency at LLNL. Research areas
may include all branches:

* Atmospheric Science
* Engineering
* Biology
* Environmental Science
* Chemistry
* Geoscience
* Applied Mathematics
* Lasers
* Computer Science
* Materials Science
* Energy
* Physics

Further information is available at You
may contact Christine Zachow at if you have any


From: Michael Friedlander <>
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 00:10:40 -0400
Subject: Postdoc positions in seismic imaging, University of British

Three postdoctoral positions at the Seismic Laboratory for Imaging and
Modeling (SLIM) of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC,


DNOISE is a 5-year NSERC and industry-funded project for research in
seismic data acquisition, processing, and imaging. Our
interdisciplinary approach builds on recent developments in
compressive sensing, large-scale optimization, and full-waveform
inversion from severely sub-sampled data. The project includes 10
graduate students, 3 postdocs, and a research associate. The
postdoctoral positions, under the supervision of Felix J. Herrmann
(Earth and Ocean Sciences), Michael P. Friedlander (Computer Science),
and Ozgur Yilmaz (Mathematics), are available immediately.


The aim of the DNOISE project is to design the next generation of
seismic imaging technology to address fundamental issues related to
the quality and cost of seismic data acquisition, the ability to
invert exceedingly large data volumes, and the capacity to mitigate
non-uniqueness of full-waveform inversion.

You will be part of a dynamic interdisciplinary research group and
will present your research at international conferences and to
industry. You will also be involved in industry collaborations that
include internships and projects on real field data. You will have
extensive contact with graduate students, fellow postdocs, and
faculty. We seek excellence in any of a wide variety of areas,
spanning theory, algorithm design, and concrete software
implementations applied to field data. SLIM has state-of-the-art
resources, including a 288 CPU cluster, Parallel Matlab, and seismic
data-processing software.

Successful candidates will have a PhD degree obtained in 2008 or later
in geophysics, mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering,
or a related field, with a strong achievement record in at least one
of the following areas: seismic imaging, inverse problems,
PDE-constrained optimization, direct/indirect Helmholtz solvers,
signal processing, sparse approximation and compressed sensing, convex
optimization, and stochastic optimization. Earlier PhDs will be
considered where the research career has been interrupted by
circumstances such as parental responsibilities or illness. UBC hires
on the basis of merit, and is committed to employment
equity. Positions are open to individuals of any nationality.

Research areas:

Compressive seismic-data acquisition: Development of practical seismic
acquisition scenarios, sigma-delta quantization, and experimental
design for seismic inversion. Full- waveform inversion: Development of
PDE-constrained optimization algorithms that deal with large data
volumes and that remedy the non-uniqueness problem. Large-scale
optimization: Development of optimization algorithms and software for
sparse approximation and problems with PDE constraints.

About UBC and Vancouver:

The University of British Columbia, established in 1908, educates a
student population of 50,000 and holds an international reputation for
excellence in advanced research and learning. Our campus is 30 minutes
from the heart of downtown Vancouver, a spectacular campus that is a
'must-see' for any visitor to the city -- where snow-capped mountains
meet ocean, and breathtaking vistas greet you around every corner.

How to apply:

Applicants should submit a CV, a list of all publications, and a
statement of research, and arrange for three or more letters of
recommendation to be sent to Manjit Dosanjh ( For
more information, see


From: Steven Damelin <>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 14:34:32 -0400
Subject: Postdocs High Performance Computing and Computer Vision, Cape Town

As part of a grant through the Center for High Performance Computing in
Town (till 2013), my group in High Performance Computing and Computer
at the University of the Witwatersrand is seeking to appoint postdocs
who are
interested in working on a wide range of problems with Graduate Students
related to High Performance Computing, Computer Vision and Imaging.
Interested Graduate students may also apply.

Some information on the grant may be obtained via my webpage:

Contact email:


From: Robert Scheichl <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 07:42:53 -0400
Subject: 2 Postdoc Positions, Multilevel MC, Universities of Bath &

2 Postdoc Positions, Multilevel Monte Carlo, Universities Bath & Nottingham

"Multilevel Monte Carlo methods for elliptic PDEs with applications to
radioactive waste disposal"

This is a collaborative initiative involving the Universities of Bath
(Dr Rob
Scheichl), Nottingham (Prof Andrew Cliffe) and Oxford (Prof Mike Giles)
and is
supported by a recent UK EPSRC research grant (Mathematics and Energy

There are 2 positions available, one in Bath and the other in Nottingham:

* Research Officer (Dept Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath)
* Research Associate (School Mathematical Sciences, University of

Available from *1st January 2011* and should be filled by *31st March 2011*.

The successful applicants should hold (or be close to completing) a PhD in
Mathematics (or equivalent), and preferably have significant experience of
programming and implementation of numerical methods. A strong background in
numerical analysis and a good knowledge of the fundamentals of probability
theory are essential.

Experience in some of the following areas will be a distinct advantage:
numerical methods for PDEs with random inputs; infinite dimensional
analysis; quasi-Monte Carlo methods for high-dimensional integration;
groundwater flow modelling; development of scientific software on modern
(multi-processor) architectures; C++, MPI, GPU programming.

Informal enquiries regarding the respective positions may be addressed to:
* Dr Rob Scheichl (, +44 (0)1225 386989)
* Prof Andrew Cliffe (, +44 (0)115 8468287)

For more details and/or to apply on-line please access:
* <> for the post at the University of Bath
(Please quote ref. number #JK257.)
* <> for the
post at the University of Nottingham. (Please quote ref. number

Applicants who are interested in being considered for either post are
encouraged to do so. Please submit separate applications at both

The closing date for applications is *Sunday 24 October 2010*.


From: "Philipp Schlatter" <>
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2010 22:56:55 +0200
Subject: PhD Position in Fluid Mechanics/HPC at KTH Stockholm, Sweden

Doctoral student in Fluid Mechanics/High-Performance Computing

The applicant should have an MSc degree in either Computer Science (focus on
High-Performance Computing), Numerical Analysis/Applied Math or Fluid
Mechanics (with focus on numerical simulations).

The project is concerned with large-scale simulations of particle-laden
turbulent flows in moderately complex geometries. A large part of the work
is related to efficient implementation and parallelisation of Lagrangian
particle tracking and related aspects into a massively-parallel code.
The PhD position will be located at KTH Mechanics, Stockholm, Sweden. It
will be part of the newly established Swedish e-Science Research Centre
(SeRC), in particular the Flow e-Science Community. Therefore, a broad
collaboration between the various partners, including application experts at
the two computer centres PDC and NSC, and the colleagues from Numerical
Analysis, is envisaged. Also, the Linné FLOW Centre has a comparably large
activity in multiphase flows, including several PhD projects and Postdocs.

A thorough knowledge and interest in large-scale numerical simualtions and
computer implementations for parallel architectures as well as physical
interest in fluid mechanics is a plus. The applicant should have good
control of English both written and spoken.

More information about the project and application procedure:

Application deadline is October 4, 2010.


From: Joseph Traub <>
Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 15:34:37 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Contents, J.of Complexity, Vol. 26, No. 5, Oct. 2010

Journal of Complexity

Volume 26, Number 5, October 2010


Markus Hegland, Stefan Heinrich, Ian H. Sloan

2010 Best Paper Award Committee

Tractability through increasing smoothness
A. Papageorgiou, H. Wozniakowski

Liberating the dimension
F. Y. Kuo, I. H. Sloan, G. Wasilkowski, and H. Wozniakowski

Dimension-wise integration of high-dimensional functions with
applications to
M. Griebel, M. Holtz

Algorithmic construction of low-discrepancy point sets via independent
randomized rounding
B. Doerr, M. Gnewuch, and H. Wahlstroem

Spatially adapted sparse grids for high dimensional data driven problems
D. Pflueger, B.Peherstorfer and H. J. Bungartz

The smoothing effect of the ANOVA decomposition
M. Griebel, F.Y. Kuo and I. H. Sloan

An overlapping additive Schwarz preconditioner for interpolation on the
sphere by spherical radial basis functions
Q. T. Le Gia and T. Tran


From: Goutam Kumar Saha <>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2010 10:32:39 -0400
Subject: Contents, IJARITAC v1 n2 (2010)

International Journal of Applied Research on Information Technology and
Computing, (IJARITAC),
Year 2010, Volume-1, Number-2 (May–August)
Print ISSN : 0975-8070, Online ISSN : 0975-8089

Editor-in-Chief: Goutam Kumar Saha
Paper Submission: ijaritac @

IJARITAC Volume 1 Number 2 (May-Aug, 2010) Contents

1) Alcínia Zita Sampaio, Miguel M. Ferreira, Daniel P. Rosário, "Interactive
Data Management Concerning the Lighting System in a Building: A Virtual
Reality Application," IJARITAC, v1, n2,

2010, pp. 151-159.

2) Mohamed Kissi, Mohammed Ramdani, "Modeling and Prediction of Activity
anti-HIV Molecules using Soft Computing Techniques," IJARITAC, v1, n2, 2010,
pp. 160-169.

3) A. Louise Perkins, Sumanth Yenduri, "A Three Point Smoothing
IJARITAC, v1, n2, 2010, pp. 170-174.

4) Nada Meskaoui, Karim Y. Kabalan, Dominique Gaiti, "Reliability of Agents'
Integration in Telecommunication Networks," IJARITAC, v1, n2, 2010, pp.

5) C. Koner, P.K. Bhattacharjee, C.T. Bhunia, U. Maulik, "Password
Authentication Technique for 3-G Mobile Communications," IJARITAC, v1, n2,
2010, pp. 186-192.

6) Sulata Mitra, "Resource Management using Route Selection and Vertical
Handoff Algorithm in Next Generation All-IP Wireless Network," IJARITAC, v1,
n2, 2010, pp. 193-208.

7) Mohammad Ziaur Rahman, Al-Sakib Khan Pathan, "A Case Study: Submarine
in Bangladesh - Its Prospects, Present Status, and Challenges Ahead,"
IJARITAC, v1, n2, 2010, pp.


8) Madhumita Neogi, Vandana Bhattacherjee, Rupa Mahanti, "A Study on
Pair-Programming and Early Testing Skills of Students," IJARITAC, v1, n2,
2010, pp. 224-232.

9) Rafael Capurro, Tadashi Takenouchi, Leslie M. Tkach Kawasaki, Toshikazu
Iitaka, "On the Relevance of Angeletics and Hermeneutics for Information
Technology," IJARITAC, v1, n2, 2010, pp. 233-239.


From: Claude Brezinski <>
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 14:31:30 +0200
Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms 55(2-3)

Numerical Algorithms

Volume 55 Number 2-3 is now available on SpringerLink

Special Issue: Second Dolomites Workshop on Constructive Approximation and
Guest Editors: J.M. Carnicer, S. De Marchi, M. Redivo-Zaglia, E. Venturino,
M. Vianello

Pages 141 - 143

Numerical integration schemes for space–time hypersingular integrals in
energetic Galerkin BEM
Alessandra Aimi, Mauro Diligenti, Chiara Guardasoni
Pages 145 - 170

Nonlinear data-bounded polynomial approximations and their applications
in ENO methods
Martin Berzins
Pages 171 - 189

Complete orthonormal sets of polynomial solutions of the Riesz and
Moisil-Teodorescu systems in R3
Isabel Cacao
Pages 191 - 203

Newton methods for a class of nonlinear hypersingular integral equations
Maria Rosaria Capobianco, Giuliana Criscuolo, Peter Junghanns
Pages 205 - 221

Weighted interpolation for equidistant nodes
Jesus M. Carnicer
Pages 223 - 232

A practical error formula for multivariate rational interpolation and
Annie Cuyt, Xianglan Yang
Pages 233 - 243

Orthogonal polynomials in several variables for measures with mass points
Antonia M. Delgado, Lidia Fernandez, Teresa E. Perez, Miguel A. Pinar,
Yuan Xu
Pages 245 - 264

Gauss quadrature routines for two classes of logarithmic weight functions
Walter Gautschi
Pages 265 - 277

Discrete Fourier analysis with lattices on planar domains
Huiyuan Li, Jiachang Sun, Yuan Xu
Pages 279 - 300

Finite element solution of a linear mixed-type functional differential
Pedro Miguel Lima, M. Filomena Teodoro, Neville J. Ford, Patricia M. Lumb
Pages 301 - 320

Dynamical systems and numerical analysis: the study of measures
generated by
uncountable I.F.S.
Giorgio Mantica
Pages 321 - 335

Finite difference solution of a singular boundary value problem for the
p-Laplace operator
M. Luísa Morgado, Pedro Miguel Lima
Pages 337 - 348

Spectral element methods on unstructured meshes: which interpolation
Richard Pasquetti, Francesca Rapetti
Pages 349 - 366

On truncation errors of some generalized Shannon sampling operators
Gert Tamberg
Pages 367 - 382

A method to compute recurrence relation coefficients for bivariate
orthogonal polynomials by unitary matrix transformations
Marc Van Barel, Andrey Chesnokov
Pages 383 - 402


From: Hyejin Kim <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 15:21:11 -0400
Subject: Contents, Statistical Analysis and Data Mining

Statistical Analysis and Data Mining –
An official Journal of the American Statistical Association
Volume 3, Issue 5


In this issue (pages 287–288)
Joseph Verducci
Article first published online: 8 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/sam.10092

Research Articles

A machine-learning approach to detecting unknown bacterial serovars (pages
Ferit Akova, Murat Dundar, V. Jo Davisson, E. Daniel Hirleman, Arun K.
Bhunia, J. Paul Robinson and Bartek Rajwa
Article first published online: 3 AUG 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/sam.10085

Discriminative frequent subgraph mining with optimality guarantees (pages
Marisa Thoma, Hong Cheng, Arthur Gretton, Jiawei Han, Hans-Peter Kriegel,
Alex Smola, Le Song, Philip S. Yu, Xifeng Yan and Karsten M. Borgwardt
Article first published online: 25 AUG 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/sam.10084

Data reduction in classification: A simulated annealing based projection
method (pages 319–331)
Tian Siva Tian, Rand R. Wilcox and Gareth M. James
Article first published online: 3 AUG 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/sam.10087

Modeling local nonlinear correlations using subspace principal curves
Chandan K. Reddy and Mohammad S. Aziz
Article first published online: 7 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/sam.10086

Model selection procedure for high-dimensional data (pages 350–358)
Yongli Zhang and Xiaotong Shen
Article first published online: 8 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/sam.10088


From: Emma Avery <>
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 11:35:51 +0100
Subject: Contents, Inverse Problems, volume 26, issue 10, October 2010


Volume 26, Issue 10, October 2010

Article numbers: 105001--105018

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on the
web. This issue is available at:

Near-field detection at microwave frequencies based on self-adjoint
response sensitivity analysis
L Liu, A Trehan and N K Nikolova

Existence and uniqueness of a solution to the inverse problem of the
complex permittivity reconstruction of a dielectric body in a waveguide
Yury Shestopalov and Yury Smirnov

Determination of source terms in a degenerate parabolic equation
P Cannarsa, J Tort and M Yamamoto

A discrepancy principle for Poisson data
M Bertero, P Boccacci, G Talenti, R Zanella and L Zanni

Stable inversion of the Abel integral equation of the first kind by means
of orthogonal polynomials
Amara Ammari and Abderrazek Karoui

A note on the enclosure method for an inverse obstacle scattering problem
with a single point source
Masaru Ikehata

A uniqueness result for the inverse electromagnetic scattering problem in a
two-layered medium
Xiaodong Liu and Bo Zhang

Three-dimensional acoustic scattering by complex obstacles: the accuracy
M F Ben Hassen, O Ivanyshyn and M Sini

Pyramidal resistor networks for electrical impedance tomography with
partial boundary measurements
L Borcea, V Druskin, A V Mamonov and F Guevara Vasquez

Connection formulae for asymptotics of solutions of the degenerate third
Painlev\'e equation: II
A V Kitaev and A Vartanian

Joint myopic deconvolution
F Benvenuto and A Ferrari

Stability analysis of the inverse transmembrane potential problem in
Martin Burger, Kent-Andr\'e Mardal and Bj{\o}rn Fredrik Nielsen

Inverse eigenvalue problems for perturbed spherical Schr\"odinger operators
Aleksey Kostenko, Alexander Sakhnovich and Gerald Teschl

Stable determination of the electromagnetic coefficients by boundary
Pedro Caro

Inversion of the circular Radon transform on an annulus
Gaik Ambartsoumian, Rim Gouia-Zarrad and Matthew A Lewis

Effective solution of nonlinear subsurface flow inverse problems in sparse
Lianlin Li and Behnam Jafarpour

Discretization of variational regularization in Banach spaces
Christiane~P\"oschl, Elena Resmerita and Otmar Scherzer

Iterative methods for the split feasibility problem in infinite-dimensional
Hilbert spaces
Hong-Kun Xu


From: "Gladwell, Ian" <>
Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2010 13:19:53 +0000
Subject: Contents, ACM Trans. Math Software (TOMS) 37(3), Sep 2010

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS) Volume 37, Issue 3
(September 2010)

For more information, including abstracts and access to full text, see
the ACM Digital Library at

Table of Contents

Computing Tutte Polynomials
Gary Haggard, David J. Pearce, Gordon Royle
Article No.: 24 (17 pages)

A Code Based on the Two-Stage Runge-Kutta Gauss Formula for
Second-Order Initial Value Problems
Severiano González-Pinto, Rogel Rojas-Bello
Article No.: 25 (30 pages)

Increasing the Reliability of Adaptive Quadrature Using Explicit
Pedro Gonnet
Article No.: 26 (32 pages)

Adaptive Projection Subspace Dimension for the Thick-Restart Lanczos Method
Ichitaro Yamazaki, Zhaojun Bai, Horst Simon, Lin-Wang Wang, Kesheng Wu
Article No.: 27 (18 pages)

Unified Tables for Exponential and Logarithm Families
Christopher Kumar Anand, Anuroop Sharma
Article No.: 28 (23 pages)

An Interoperable, Data-Structure-Neutral Component for Mesh Query and
Carl Ollivier-Gooch, Lori Diachin, Mark S. Shephard, Timothy Tautges,
Jason Kraftcheck, Vitus Leung, Xiaojuan Luo, Mark Miller
Article No.: 29 (28 pages)

MLD2P4: A Package of Parallel Algebraic Multilevel Domain
Decomposition Preconditioners in Fortran 95
Pasqua D'Ambra, Daniela Di Serafino, Salvatore Filippone
Article No.: 30 (23 pages)

Parallel Colt: A High-Performance Java Library for Scientific
Computing and Image Processing
Piotr Wendykier, James G. Nagy
Article No.: 31 (22 pages)

Parallel Solvers for Sylvester-Type Matrix Equations with Applications
in Condition Estimation, Part I: Theory and Algorithms
Robert Granat, Bo Kagstrom
Article No.: 32 (32 pages)

Algorithm 904: The SCASY Library -- Parallel Solvers for
Sylvester-Type Matrix Equations with Applications in Condition
Estimation, Part II
Robert Granat, Bo Kĺgström
Article No.: 33 (4 pages)

Algorithm 905: Modified Shepard Algorithm for Interpolation of
Scattered Multivariate Data
William I. Thacker, Jingwei Zhang, Laynet Watson, Jeffrey B. Birch,
Manjula A. Iyer, Michael W. Berry
Article No.: 34 (20 pages)

Algorithm 906: elrint3d -- A Three-Dimensional Nonadaptive Automatic
Cubature Routine Using a Sequence of Embedded Lattice Rules
Tiancheng Li, Ian Robinson
Article No.: 35 (17 pages)

Algorithm 907: KLU, A Direct Sparse Solver for Circuit Simulation Problems
Timothy A. Davis, Ekanathan Palamadai Natarajan
Article No.: 36 (17 pages)

Algorithm 908: Online Exact Summation of Floating-Point Streams
Yong-Kang Zhu, Wayne B. Hayes
Article No.: 37 (13 pages)


From: Hyejin Kim <>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2010 15:27:42 -0400
Subject: Contents, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics

Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics

Martin Theus
Article first published online: 24 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/wics.132

Robert N. Rodriguez
Article first published online: 24 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/wics.131

Steepest descent
Juan C. Meza
Article first published online: 24 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/wics.117

Geometry in statistics
Paul W. Vos and Paul Marriott
Article first published online: 24 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/wics.128

Bayesian wavelet shrinkage
Gabriel Huerta
Article first published online: 24 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/wics.127


From: Romas Baronas <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 18:28:51 +0300
Subject: Contents, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control

Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, ISSN 1392-5113,
Volume 15, Number 3, 2010

A free on-line edition is available at:


Effect of radiation with temperature dependent viscosity and thermal
conductivity on unsteady a stretching sheet through porous media, pp.
M.M.M. Abdou.

The effect of environmental tax on the survival of biological species
in a polluted environment: a mathematical model, pp. 271-286,
M. Agarwal, S. Devi.

Effects of pressure work on natural convection flow around a sphere
with radiation heat loss, pp. 287-298,
T. Akhter, M.A. Alim.

Stability analysis in a delayed SIR epidemic model with a saturated
incidence rate, pp. 299-306
A. Kaddar.

Asymptotic solution of the mathematical model of nonlinear
oscillations of absolutely elastic inextensible weightless string, pp.
A. Krylovas, O. Lavcel-Budko, P. Miskinis.

Estimation of the finite population covariance using calibration, pp.
A. Plikusas, D. Pumputis.

A semi-analytical solution of micro polar flow in a porous channel
with mass injection by using differential transform method, pp. 341-350,
M.M. Rashidi, S.A. Mohimanian Pour, N. Laraqi.

Numerical solving of coupled systems of parabolic and ordinary
differential equations, pp. 351-360,
V. Skakauskas, P. Katauskis.

Dynamical complexities in a tri-trophic hybrid food chain model with
Holling type II and Crowley-Martin functional responses, pp. 361-375,
R.K. Upadhyay, S.N. Raw, V. Rai.

Dr. Romas Baronas, Journal Secretary,
Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control,


From: "" <>
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 11:17:19 +0300
Subject: Contents, Comp. Meth. Appl. Math., Vol. 10 (2010), No. 3

All papers are available at our web-site .

Diffeomorphic Matching and Dynamic Deformable Surfaces in 3D Medical
R. Azencott, R.Glowinski, J.He, A.Jajoo, Y.Li, and A.Martynenko (USA),
R.H.W.Hoppe (Germany), S.Benzekry and S.H.Little, W.A.Zoghbi (USA)

Paralel Predictor-Corrector Schemes For Parabolic Problems On Graphs

R.Ciegis and N.Tumanova (Lithuania)

On The Iterative Solution Methods For Finite-Dimensional Inclusions
With Applications To Optimal Control Problems
E.Laitinen (Finland), A.Lapin (Russia), and S.Lapin (USA)

A posteriori error estimates for approximate solutions of the
Barenblatt-Biot poroelastic model
J.M.Nordbotten and T.Rahman (Norway), S.I.Repin (Russia), J.Valdman

A natural adaptive nonconforming FEM of quasi-optimal complexity

H.Rabus (Germany)

A Problem-Independent Slope Limiting Algorithm For The Runge-Kutta
Discontinuous Galerkin Method
S.A.Tokareva (Russia)

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