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

- Final Notice: Survey, Software Practices in Computational Science
- New Book Edition, Bifurcation and Stability
- Call for registration, OPTEC Large QP Workshop, Leuven, Nov 2010
- 2nd CFP: NUMML 2010 (NIPS Workshop), Canada, Dec 2010
- 11th European Workshop on Auto Differentiation, UK, Dec 2010
- Workshop on Model Reduction, TU Berlin, Dec 2010
- Call for submissions, III MACI 2011, Argentina, May 2011
- 3rd AMiTaNS’11, Bulgaria, June 2011
- Call for abstracts ILAS 2011, Germany, August 2011
- CFP, Special Issue in AADA on Multidimensional EMDs
- Postdoc Position in Image Processing at Tufts University
- Postdoc Position in Scientific Computing at INRIA, France
- Postdoc Position at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- PhD/Postdoc Positions in Comp Math/NA at Linkoping Univ
- PhD Positions in Mathematics at Cambridge Centre for Analysis, UK
- PhD Positions in Scientific Computing at Uppsala University
- PhD/MSc Positions in CS at Univ. of British Columbia
- Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 17(5)
- Contents, Computational Thermal Sciences, 2(4)
- Contents, Inverse Problems, 26(11)
- Contents, Constructive Approximation, 32(3)
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From: Roscoe Bartlett <rabartl@sandia.gov>

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 20:36:29 -0400

**Subject: Final Notice: Survey, Software Practices in Computational Science**

Last reminder about software development survey ... The survey

will be closed out after October 31, 2010.

Hello,

Dr. Roscoe Bartlett, Sandia National Laboratory, Dr. Jeffrey

Carver, University of Alabama, and Dr. Lorin Hochstein,

University of Southern California, are conducting a survey of

software development practices among computational

scientists. This survey seeks to understand current software

development practices and identify areas of need. The survey

should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

The survey can be accessed at:

https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dGZwR1BfQ2NiNGh6SWt4ZjBCTnFoVmc6MQ#gid=0

This survey has been approved by The University of Alabama IRB

board.

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From: Ruediger Seydel <seydel@math.uni-koeln.de>

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 04:37:09 -0400

**Subject: New Book Edition, Bifurcation and Stability**

The third edition of the book

R. Seydel: "Practical Bifurcation and Stability Analysis"

Springer, Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics, Vol. 5

has come out.

New in the third edition: a chapter on applications and

extensions of standard ODE approaches, for example, to delay

equations, to differential-algebraic equations, and to

reaction-diffusion problems. Additional material is inserted,

including the topics deterministic risk, pattern formation, and

control of chaos, and many further references. 483 pages.

The contents in detail, together with the index, can be found on

the book's homepage:

http://euklid.mi.uni-koeln.de/~seydel/bookPBSA.html

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From: Moritz Diehl <Moritz.Diehl@esat.kuleuven.be>

Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2010 12:05:58 -0400

**Subject: Call for registration, OPTEC Large QP Workshop, Leuven, Nov 2010**

OPTEC Workshop on

Large Scale Convex Quadratic Programming -

Algorithms, Software, and Applications

Leuven, November 25 and 26, 2010

Confirmed speakers include:

-Yurii Nesterov: Fast gradient methods for large-scale

optimization problems

-Philippe Toint: Inexact range-space Krylov solvers for linear

systems arising from inverse problems

-Eric Kerrigan: A Well-conditioned Interior Point Method for

Quadratic Programming with an Application to Optimal Control

-Nick Gould: CQP: a fortran 90 module for large-scale convex

quadratic programming

-Stephen Wright: Efficient methods for structured quadratic

programs

-Joachim Dahl: Solving large-scale convex QPs with MOSEK

-Michael Saunders:A Regularized Active-set Method for Sparse

Convex Quadratic Programming

-Christian Kirches: A Block Structured Active Set Method for

Mixed--Integer Optimal Control Problems

-Daniel Axehill: A Dual Active Set-Like Quadratic Programming

Algorithm Tailored for Model Predictive Control

-John Bagterp Jørgensen: Convex QP Algorithms for Linear MPC with

Soft Output Constraints

-Oleg Burdakov: Monotonicity recovering QP-based methods for

postprocessing finite element solutions

Please register before 1st November at

http://www.kuleuven.be/optec/qpworkshop2010

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From: Suvrit Sra <suvrit@gmail.com>

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 05:56:18 -0400

**Subject: 2nd CFP: NUMML 2010 (NIPS Workshop), Canada, Dec 2010**

Dear colleagues,

We invite participation in NUMML 2010: Numerical Mathematics

Challenges in Machine Learning, a workshop to be held as a part

of the NIPS Workshop series.

URL: http://numml.kyb.tuebingen.mpg.de/

We invite high-quality submissions for presentation as posters at

the workshop. The poster session will be designed along the

lines of the poster session for the main NIPS conference. There

will probably be a spotlight session (2 min./poster), although

this depends on scheduling details not finalized yet. In any

case, authors are encouraged (and should be motivated) to use the

poster session as a means to obtain valuable feedback from

experts present at the workshop.

A detailed Call for Participation (CFP) is available on the

workshop's webpage.

Invited speakers:

- Inderjit Dhillon (Univ. of Texas at Austin)

- Dan Kushnir (Yale Univ.)

- Michael Mahoney (Stanford)

- Rick Szeliski (Microsoft Research)

- Alan Willsky (MIT)

Regards,

The organizers: S. Sra, M. Seeger, and I. Dhillon

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From: Shaun Forth <S.A.Forth@cranfield.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 13:34:39 -0400

**Subject: 11th European Workshop on Auto Differentiation, UK, Dec 2010**

Eleventh European Workshop on Automatic Differentiation

Thursday December 9 - Friday December 10, 2010

Wellington Hall WH145

Cranfield University (Shrivenham Campus)

Defence Academy of the UK,

Shrivenham, Swindon SN6 8LA, UK

http://www.autodiff.org/euroad/11

This is the 11th in a series of European Workshops providing a

forum for the presentation of developments, both theoretical and

software implementations, and applications of, Automatic

Differentiation (AD) and adjoint methods. We also encourage

presentations in related, symbiotic areas including: source code

augmentation; ODE/PDE control/sensitivity; data assimilation;

design optimisation; interval analysis; computational finance;

etc. This workshop is informal, with no published proceedings,

allowing for the discussion of work in progress and presentations

by those new to the subject.

We are keen to encourage contributions in the following area:

AD APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTATIONAL ENGINEERING - CFD, engineering

structures, motorsport engineering, control, etc. Speakers who

have already applied AD or adjoint techniques to their simulation

codes, or those with "interesting problems" who wish to enhance

their simulations/designs/controls with derivatives obtained by

AD are welcome to talk.

Please see http://www.autodiff.org/euroad/11 for further details.

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From: Tatjana Stykel <stykel@math.tu-berlin.de>

Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 17:25:58 -0400

**Subject: Workshop on Model Reduction, TU Berlin, Dec 2010**

Workshop on Model Reduction for Complex Dynamical Systems

December 2-4, 2010

TU Berlin, Germany

Topic:

This workshop of the BMBF research network

SyreNe (http://www.syrene.org) aims to bring together researchers

and users of model order reduction techniques with special

emphasis on applications in micro- and

nanoelectronics. Contributions from other areas such as

computational electromagnetics, mechanical systems, computational

fluid dynamics and related disciplines are welcome.

Invited speakers:

* Michel S. Nakhla (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada)

* Joel R. Phillips (Cadence Research Laboratories, Berkeley, USA)

* Timo Reis (TU Hamburg-Harburg, Germany)

Registration: November 1, 2010

For more information, including the preliminary programme and

abstracts, see http://www3.math.tu-berlin.de/modred2010

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From: Maria Cristina Maciel <immaciel@criba.edu.ar>

Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 13:03:03 -0400

**Subject: Call for submissions, III MACI 2011, Argentina, May 2011**

THIRD CONGRESS ON INDUSTRIAL, COMPUTATIONAL AND APPLIED

MATHEMATICS- III MACI 2011

Bahía Blanca (Prov. de Buenos Aires), Argentina, 9-11 May 2011

ORGANIZED BY the Mathematics Department at the Universidad

Nacional del Sur, the Argentinean Section of the Society for

Industrial and Applied Mathematics (AR-SIAM) and the Argentinean

Association for Industrial, Computational and Applied

Mathematics (ASAMACI).

PARTICIPANTS: Researchers, academics, post-doctoral fellows,

graduate and senior undergraduate students in Mathematics,

Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Finance and Engineering and other

branches of Science are invited to participate in this conference

INVITED SPEAKERS

Prof. Luis Caffarelli (USA), Prof. Sven Leyffer (USA)

Prof. Ricardo Sánchez Peña (Argentina), Prof. Gilbert Strang (USA)

CONFERENCE SESSIONS:

http://asamaci.unsl.edu.ar/maci2011e/sesiones.html

SHORT COURSES:

http://asamaci.unsl.edu.ar/maci2011e/cursos.html

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for (2-4 pages) abstract: December 14th, 2010

Notification of acceptance of contributions: February 28th, 2011

Early registration: March 20th, 2011

MORE INFORMATION: http://asamaci.unsl.edu.ar/maci2011

Contact: maci2100@uns.edu.ar

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From: "Mihail Todorov IPMI t.3353 *" <mtod@tu-sofia.bg>

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 20:55:51 +0300

**Subject: 3rd AMiTaNS’11, Bulgaria, June 2011**

The Euro-American Consortium for Promotion of the Application of

Mathematics in Technical and Natural Sciences is pleased to

announce its 3rd Conference AMiTaNS’11 to be held in Albena which

is one of the top level vacation resorts in the Northern

Bulgarian Black Sea coast.

Duration: 20-25 June 2011

Currently confirmed speakers include:

Raytcho Lazarov (USA), Dan Censor (Israel),

Roumen Angelov (South Africa), Vladimir Gerdjikov (Bulgaria),

Gaik Ambartsoumian (USA), Hristo Kojouharov (USA),

Paul Solceanu (USA), Azmy Ackleh (USA),

Ardeshir Guran (Canada), Ivan Koprinkov (Bulgaria)

The conference will be scheduled in plenary and keynote lectures

followed by special and contributed sessions. The accents of the

conference will be on Applied Analysis, Applied Physics,

Biomathematics, Continuum Mechanics, Mathematical Physics,

Numerical Methods, Scientific Computing, Solitons and Transport

Processes which can be complemented by some specific topics in

contributed special sessions. More information is available on

the conference website: http://2011.eac4amitans.org

You can contact the organizers:

Christo I. Christov (ULL, USA)

Michail D. Todorov (TU-Sofia, Bulgaria)

by email: eac4amitans@gmail.com

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From: Heike Fassbender <h.fassbender@tu-braunschweig.de>

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 14:19:22 -0400

**Subject: Call for abstracts ILAS 2011, Germany, August 2011**

The 2011 ILAS Conference “Pure and Applied Linear Algebra: The

New Generation” will take place in Braunschweig, Germany, at the

Technische Universitat Braunschweig August 22 - 26, 2011. This

conference will have a special emphasis on young researchers,

which will be reflected by predominantly young plenary speakers

as well as young researchers’ minisymposia. See www.ilas2011.de

for more information on invited speakers, invited minisymposia,

and local information.

For details of the submission process see www.ilas2011.de.

Deadlines:

Proposals for Young Researchers Minisympoia: December 31, 2010.

For details of the submission procedure see www.ilas2011.de

Contributed talks: February 15, 2011.

Templates are avalaible at www.ilas2011.de and are mandatory.

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From: Angela Kunoth <kunoth@math.uni-paderborn.de>

Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 08:46:00 -0400

**Subject: CFP, Special Issue in AADA on Multidimensional EMDs**

Journal "Advances in Adaptive Data Analysis (AADA)"

Call for Papers: Special Issue on

Theoretical Foundations and Engineering Applications

of Multidimensional Empirical Mode Decompositions

Guest Editors:

Nii Attoh-Okine (Delaware), Angela Kunoth (Paderborn)

Analysis of multidimensional data like images is one way to

detect underlying processes of many natural phenomena. Data

classified as nonstationary, inhomogeneous, or nonlinear calls

for analysis methods that are adaptive to the nature of the

data. But often methods which decompose multidimensional signals

utilizing an a-priorily selected basis are not appropriate.

The objective of this special issue is to bring together

state-of-the-art research in adaptive data analysis methodologies

and their applications with emphasis on image and

multidimensional data analysis. We particularly invite papers

which address issues related to adaptive decompositions and basis

generation for multidimensional data and the development of a

theoretical foundation for the Hilbert Huang Transform.

Submissions should follow the usual guidelines for authors of

AADA (http://www.worldscinet.com/aada/mkt/guidelines.shtml) and

all contributions are subject to the standard refereeing process.

Deadline for submission of manuscripts: February 28, 2011

Acceptance Notification: June 30, 2011

Publication Date: Fall/Winter 2011

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From: Eric Miller <elmiller@ece.tufts.edu>

Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2010 20:27:00 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc Position in Image Processing at Tufts University**

A position is open for a post doctoral researcher with experience

in image processing/image analysis to work on a US Dept of

Homeland Security project looking at object identification from

whole body scanner data (X-ray backscatter, millimeter wave,

etc). There is a good deal of flexibility in terms of defining

the technical specifics; although efforts in one or more of the

following area should be anticipated: denoising, registration,

segmentation, statistical model building, machine learning and

sensor fusion. Candidats with strong experience in computational

imaging and statistical methods would be most appropriate. US

citizenship is not required. Please send CVs to Eric Miller,

elmiller@ece.tufts.edu

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From: Laura Grigori <Laura.Grigori@inria.fr>

Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 03:55:42 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc Position in Scientific Computing at INRIA, France**

pplications are invited for a Postdoctoral researcher position,

starting possibly as early as January 2010, and for up to 2

years. The focus is on a new class of parallel preconditioning

techniques for solving large systems of equations, and their

usage on real applications from our industrial collaborators.

The target architectures are hierarchical parallel machines based

on multicore processors and accelerators. The successful

candidate will work in the PETALh project funded by ANR agency of

research.

More information can be found at:

http://petal.saclay.inria.fr/

Required skills: Applicants must hold a PhD in Applied

Mathematics, Computer Science, or a closely related field.

Previous research experience in numerical linear algebra and

parallel computing will be an asset.

Deadline for application: until filled

How to apply: Please send your CV to Laura.Grigori@inria.fr,

after which 2 letters directly from recommenders will be

requested.

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From: "X. Sherry Li" <xsli@lbl.gov>

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 13:22:55 -0400

**Subject: Postdoc Position at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory**

LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY

The Scientific Computing Group in the High Performance Computing

Research Department at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

(http://www.lbl.gov) has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral

fellow to develop highly optimized parallel algorithms, codes and

software tools for the analyses of X-ray scattering data

collected at the Advanced Light Source (ALS). X-ray scattering is

important in several energy critical applications pertinent to

the Carbon Cycle 2.0 initiative at the Lawrence Berkeley National

Laboratory.

The complete job description and the application form can be

viewed at our jobs website:

http://jobs.lbl.gov/LBNLCareers/details.asp?jid=25076&p=1

The High Performance Computing Research Department

(https://hpcrd.lbl.gov) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

conducts research and development in mathematical modeling,

algorithm design, software implementation, and system

architectures. We collaborate directly with scientists, in

fields ranging from materials sciences to climate modeling to

astrophysics, to solve computational and data management

problems. We also create visualizations to help scientists gain

new physical insights and make the data more comprehensible.

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From: JanNordstrm <jan.nordstrom@liu.se>

Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2010 15:13:46 +0200

**Subject: PhD/Postdoc Positions in Comp Math/NA at Linkoping Univ**

Multiple PhD positions + one Post Doc position in Computational

Mathematics/Numerical Analysis

The students and the Post Doc will members in a new

group (Computational Physics Unit) that develops computational

methods for partial differential equations with applications in

physics and mechanics. Expertise and interest in initial

boundary value theory, high order methods and multi-physics

problems is qualifying.

See http://www.liu.se/en/job/ for the complete announcement and

details on how to apply.

For more information, contact Professor Jan Nordstrom, Email:

jan.nordstrom@liu.se, Tel: +46-13-28 14 59,

Application deadline is 2010-12-01

Jan Nordstrom

Professor in Scientific Computing

Department of Mathematics

Linkoping University

SE-581 83 Linkoping

Sweden

Mail: jan.nordstrom@liu.se

Phone: +46 - 13 - 28 14 59

Fax: +46 - 13 - 10 07 46

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From: Emma Hacking <cca@maths.cam.ac.uk>

Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 12:02:36 -0400

**Subject: PhD Positions in Mathematics at Cambridge Centre for Analysis, UK**

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The Cambridge Centre for Analysis is a new Centre for Doctoral

Training based at the University of Cambridge, funded by the

EPSRC. The Centre offers a unique four-year PhD programme

spanning pure, stochastic, computational and applied analysis.

Applications are sought for the 2011-12 academic year. We are

looking for first-class applicants who are either doing (or have

completed) a Masters-level course in mathematics or a four-year

degree course in a mathematical subject. Positions may be funded

by either the EPSRC or the University of Cambridge.

We believe that excellence in mathematical analysis requires a

very broad basis and our aim is to train students to be able and

willing to deploy a very wide range of techniques. This unique

course has an emphasis on team working and communication,

alongside personal effort and excellence, to foster a spirit of

breadth and collaboration.

The closing date for applications is 15th January 2011 and there

is an Open Day for prospective applicants on 29th November 2010.

To find out more and apply, visit

http://www.maths.cam.ac.uk/postgrad/cca or visit us on Facebook

http://tinyurl.com/FacebookCCA

If you have any questions or queries, please email

cca@maths.cam.ac.uk

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From: Per Lotstedt <perl@it.uu.se>

Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 07:09:32 -0400

**Subject: PhD Positions in Scientific Computing at Uppsala University**

Three to five positions as PhD student in scientific computing

are open for application at the Division of Scientific Computing,

Department of Information Technology at Uppsala University,

Uppsala, Sweden. Visit the research homepage of the Division

http://www.it.uu.se/research/scicomp to find out more about us.

Descriptions of the PhD research projects are found at

http://www.it.uu.se/research/scicomp/PhD-positions-2010

The advertisement and instructions how to apply are at

http://www.personalavd.uu.se/ledigaplatser/2639ENG.html

The last date of application is November 8, 2010.

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From: Ian Mitchell <mitchell@cs.ubc.ca>

Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 07:18:06 -0400

**Subject: PhD/MSc Positions in CS at Univ. of British Columbia**

The Department of Computer Science at the University of British

Columbia (in Vancouver, Canada) has a large and active Scientific

Computing Laboratory which is seeking applicants for study at the

PhD and MSc levels. Our research is focused on the areas of

- Numerical methods and software

- Differential equations with constraints

- Numerical linear algebra

- Numerical optimization

- Hybrid and embedded systems and level-set methods

- Physics-based animations and computer graphics.

Lab members are also active in the Institute of Applied

Mathematics and the Institute for Computing, Information and

Cognitive Systems at UBC, although students are admitted through

the CS department.

Additional information about the lab can be found at:

http://www.cs.ubc.ca/labs/scl/

Accepted students are given a guaranteed full package of

financial support. This year the department is also offering

entrance merit awards to exceptional applicants in the amount of

CDN $10,000 each (in addition to the standard financial support

package). All students applying to the MSc and PhD programs will

be automatically considered.

For more information on applying, please visit:

http://www.cs.ubc.ca/prospective/grad/grad_welcome.shtml

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

Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2010 12:01:16 +0200

**Subject: Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 17(5)**

Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications

Volume 17, issue 5

Special Issue: Dedicated to the memory of David M. Young, Jr

Preface

Owe Axelsson and David R. Kincaid (pages 741--742)

The life and times of Dr David M. Young, Jr. David R. Kincaid,

Richard S. Varga and Charles H. Warlick (pages 743--757)

A new multilevel algebraic preconditioner for the diffusion

equation in heterogeneous media. Yu Kuznetsov and

A. Prokopenko (pages 759--769)

Efficient algorithms for multiscale modeling in porous media.

Mary F. Wheeler, Tim Wildey and Guangri Xue (pages 771--785)

Preconditioning of matrices partitioned in 2 × 2 block form:

eigenvalue estimates and Schwarz DD for mixed FEM. Owe Axelsson

and Radim Blaheta (pages 787--810)

Incremental incomplete LU factorizations with applications.

Caterina Calgaro, Jean-Paul Chehab and Yousef Saad (pages

811--837)

Second-order treatment of the interface of domain decomposition

method for parabolic problems. Younbae Jun and Tsun-Zee

Mai (pages 839--853)

Condition number bounds and mesh quality

L. Branets and G. F. Carey (pages 855--869)

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

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 16:20:26 +1100

**Subject: Contents, Computational Thermal Sciences, 2(4)**

Contents of Computational Thermal Sciences

Volume 2, Issue 4, 2010

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

COMBINED HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER WITH PHASE CHANGE IN A VERTICAL

CHANNEL Mohamed Aboudou Kassim, Brahim Benhamou, Souad Harmand

pages 299-310

RANS SIMULATION OF EFFECT OF EVAPORATING DROPLETS ON A TURBULENT

HEAT TRANSFER IN A MIST FLOW IN A SUDDEN PIPE EXPANSION Maksim

A. Pakhomov, V. I. Terekhov pages 311-321

EFFECTS OF HEAT SOURCE/SINK AND RADIATIVE HEAT TRANSFER ON

HYDROMAGNETIC NATURAL CONVECTIVE FLOW THROUGH A VERTICAL CHANNEL

Ajay Kumar Singh pages 323-332

HIGH ACCURACY NUMERICAL APPROACH FOR NON-SIMILAR MIXED CONVECTION

BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW OVER A HORIZONTAL PLATE K. Venkatasubbaiah

pages 333-339

DEPRESSURIZATION EFFECTS ON THE THERMAL FIELDS AND HEAT TRANSFER

DURING HEMI-SPHERICAL BUBBLE GROWTH ON A HEATED SURFACE Anthony

J. Robinson pages 341-358

THERMAL-FLUID MODELING OF A VISI-COOLER S. Joseph Sekhar,

Balakrishnan Raja, Dhasan Mohan Lal pages 359-370

ESTIMATION OF THE ABLATIVE PARAMETERS IN ABLATIVE COMPOSITES

USING NONLINEAR PARAMETER ESTIMATION METHODS A. Hakkaki-Fard,

Farshad Kowsari, Alireza Pourshaghaghy, M. Sefidgar pages 371-379

VISCOUS DISSIPATION EFFECTS ON HEAT TRANSFER FOR OSCILLATING FLOW

IN A PIPE PARTIALLY FILLED WITH A POROUS MEDIUM D. Dhahri,

Khalifa Slimi, Sassi Ben Nasrallah pages 381-395

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

Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 16:52:43 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Inverse Problems, 26(11)**

INVERSE PROBLEMS

Volume 26, Issue 11, November 2010

Article numbers: 115001--115021

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their

publication on the web. This issue is available at:

http://iopscience.iop.org/0266-5611/26/11

PAPERS

115001

Regularization of ill-posed Mumford--Shah models with perimeter

penalization

Ronny Ramlau and Wolfgang Ring

115002

Global uniqueness in determining polygonal periodic structures

with a minimal number of incident plane waves

Johannes Elschner and Guanghui Hu

115003

Photoacoustic tomography in absorbing acoustic media using time

reversal

Bradley E Treeby, Edward Z Zhang and B T Cox

115004

Inverse spectral problem for a string equation with partial

information

Guangsheng Wei and Hong-Kun Xu

115005

Variational data assimilation to estimate the velocity in the

wave equation

Jerome Fehrenbach, Jennifer Oudry and Laurent Sandrin

115006

A stable recovering of dipole sources from partial boundary

measurements

A El-Badia and M Farah

115007

A posteriori error estimates in a globally convergent FEM for a

hyperbolic coefficient inverse problem

M Asadzadeh and L Beilina

115008

A boundary value transformation for an inverse source problem

with point sources

Dmitry Glotov

115009

Nuclear norm regularization with a low-rank constraint for matrix

completion

Hui Zhang, Lizhi Cheng and Wei Zhu

115010

Finite-element contrast source inversion method for microwave

imaging

Amer Zakaria, Colin Gilmore and Joe LoVetri

115011

Singular value decomposition for the truncated Hilbert transform

A Katsevich

115012

An inverse scattering transform for the lattice potential KdV

equation

Samuel Butler and Nalini Joshi

115013

Illumination analysis of wave-equation imaging with curvelets

Shen Wang, Maarten V de Hoop and Bj\orn Ursin

115014

Generalized Bregman distances and convergence rates for

non-convex regularization methods

Markus Grasmair

115015

Sparse channel separation using random probes

Justin Romberg and Ramesh Neelamani

115016

Point source reconstruction principle of linear inverse problems

Yasushi Terazono, Norio Fujimaki, Tsutomu Murata and Ayumu Matani

115017

Two regularization methods for solving a Riesz--Feller

space-fractional backward diffusion problem

G H Zheng and T Wei

115018

A three-dimensional muscle activity imaging technique for

assessing pelvic muscle function

Yingchun Zhang, Dan Wang and Gerald W Timm

115019

On the solvability and approximate solution of a two-dimensional

coefficient inverse problem for a transport-like equation

Zekeriya Ustaoglu, Bayram Heydarov and Serif Amirov

115020

Confidence bands for inverse regression models

Melanie Birke, Nicolai Bissantz and Hajo Holzmann

115021

Joining RDC data from flexible protein domains

Luca Sgheri

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

Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 13:49:04 -0500

**Subject: Contents, Constructive Approximation, 32(3)**

Constructive Approximation

Vol. 31 No. 3 2010

Table of Contents

"Extremal Rational Functions on Symmetric Discrete Sets and

Superlinear Convergence of the ADI Method"

by Bernhard Beckermann and Alexis Gryson

Pages 393-428

"Noncommutative Approximation: Inverse-Closed Subalgebras and

Off-Diagonal Decay of Matrices"

by Karlheinz Grochenig and Andreas Klotz

Pages 429-466

"A Graph-based Equilibrium Problem for the Limiting Distribution

of Nonintersecting Brownian Motions at Low Temperature"

by Steven Delvaux and Arno B. J. Kuijlaars

Pages 467-512

"Equidistribution of Fekete Points on the Sphere"

by Jordi Marzo and Joaquim Ortega-CerdÃ

Pages 513-521

"Stability of Roots of Polynomials Under Linear Combinations of

Derivatives"

by Branko Curgus and Vania Mascioni

Pages 523-541

"Approximation on the Voronoi Cells of the Ad Lattice"

by Xingping Sun

Pages 543-567

"Stability of Manifold-Valued Subdivision Schemes and Multiscale

Transformations"

by Philipp Grohs

Pages 569-596

"Trigonometric Approximation of SO(N) Loops"

by Tatiana Shingel

Pages 597-618

"Overlaying Classifiers: A Practical Approach to Optimal Scoring"

by Stephan Clemencon and Nicolas Vayatis

Pages 619-648

Volume 31 Number 3 of Constructive Approximation is now available on

the SpringerLink web site at http://www.springerlink.com/content/100122/

Constructive Approximation

An International Journal for Approximations and Expansions

Published by Springer

http://www.springerlink.com/content/100122/

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

Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 16:36:07 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 23(11)**

NONLINEARITY

Volume 23, Issue 11, November 2010

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their

publication on the web. This issue is available at: URL:

http://iopscience.iop.org/0951-7715/23/11

Pages: 2723--2796

PAPERS

2723

Dynamics of an impact oscillator near a degenerate graze

D R J Chillingworth

2749

On the coupling of systems of hyperbolic conservation laws with

ordinary differential equations

Raul Borsche, Rinaldo M Colombo and Mauro Garavello

2771

Gibbs measure for the periodic derivative nonlinear Schrodinger

equation

Laurent Thomann and Nikolay Tzvetkov

2793

Attracting and repelling in homogeneous signal processes

T Downarowicz, P Grzegorek and Y Lacroix

2815

Intersections of homogeneous Cantor sets and beta-expansions

Derong Kong, Wenxia Li and F Michel Dekking

2835

Singularity formations for a surface wave model

Angel Castro, Diego C\'ordoba and Francisco Gancedo

2849

The quantization for self-conformal measures with respect to the

geometric mean error

Sanguo Zhu

2867

Ring-type singular solutions of the biharmonic nonlinear

Schrodinger equation

G Baruch, G Fibich and E Mandelbaum

2889

Derivation and analysis of a new 2D Green--Naghdi system

Samer Israwi

2905

Typical Borel measures on [0, 1]^d satisfy a multifractal

formalism

Zoltan Buczolich and St\'ephane Seuret

2919

Classifying Cantor sets by their multifractal spectrum

Kathryn E Hare and Leandro Zuberman

2935

Chaos in differential equations driven by a nonautonomous force

Kening Lu and Qiudong Wang

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

Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 19:24:07 -0500

**Subject: Contents, Communications in Mathematical Science, 9(1)**

Communications in Mathematical Sciences (CMS)

Vol 9, No. 1, 2011

Table of Contents

Full articles are online at www.intlpress.com/CMS

* Kerr-Debye relaxation shock profiles for Kerr equations

Denise Aregba-Driollet and Bernard Hanouzet

* Multi-scale methods for wave propagation in heterogeneous media

Bjorn Engquist, Henrik Holst, and Olof Runborg

* On the uniqueness for sub-critical quasi-geostrophic equations

Lucas C. F. Ferreira

* On the Cauchy problem for the nonlocal derivative nonlinear

Schrodinger equation

Roger Peres de Moura and Ademir Pastor

* Wave propagation in shallow-water acoustic random waveguides

Christophe Gomez

* Relaxation to equilibrium in diffusive-thermal models with a

strongly varying diffusion length-scale

Paul Clavin, Laurent Masse, and Jean-Michel Roquejoffre

* On the Ostwald ripening of thin liquid films

Shibin Dai

* On the uniqueness of entropy solutions to the Riemann problem

for 2x2 hyperbolic systems of conservation laws

Hiroki Ohwa

* High-order entropy-based closures for linear transport in slab

geometry

Cory D. Hauck

* Asymptotic stability of rarefaction waves in radiative

hydrodynamics

Chunjin Lin

* A parametrix construction for the wave equation with low

regularity coefficients using a frame of Gaussians

Alden Waters

* From Boltzmann equation to spherical harmonics expansion model:

diffusion limit and Poisson coupling

Mohamed Lazhar Tayeb

* An improvement of the TYT algorithm for GF(2m) based on reusing

intermediate computation results

Yin Li, Gong-liang Chen, Yi-yang Chen, and Jian-hua Li

* A singular 1-D Hamilton-Jacobi equation, with application to

large deviation of diffusions

Xiaoxue Deng, Jin Feng, and Yong Liu

* A weak trapezoidal method for a class of stochastic

differential equations

David F. Anderson and Jonathan C. Mattingly

* Crank-Nicolson finite element methods using symmetric

stabilization with an application to optimal control problems

subject to transient advection - diffusion equations

Erik Burman

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From: jfocm@orie.cornell.edu

Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 11:03:11 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Contents, Foundations of Computational Mathematics, 10(6)**

Foundations of Computational Mathematics

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

Volume 10, Number 6, December 2010

"Convergence Rates of Best N-term Galerkin Approximations for a

Class of Elliptic sPDEs"

Albert Cohen, Ronald DeVore and Christoph Schwab

pp. 615-646

"Asymptotic Analysis of Numerical Steepest Descent with Path

Approximations"

Andreas Asheim and Daan Huybrechs

pp. 647-671

"Energy-Preserving Integrators and the Structure of B-series"

Elena Celledoni, Robert I. McLachlan, Brynjulf Owren and

G. R. W. Quispel

pp 673-693

"Higher-Order Averaging, Formal Series and Numerical Integration

I: B-series"

P. Chartier, A. Murua and J. M. Sanz-Serna

pp. 695-727

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