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- New Book, Traveling Wave Analysis of PDEs
- NCTS Workshop on Fluid-Structure Interactions, May 2011
- IMACS10: Paul Van Dooren Birthday, Morocco, May 2011
- Adv & Chal in Comp Gen Relativity, Brown, May 2011
- Workshop on Large Scale Comp Phys, Japan, Jun 2011
- New abstract deadline and support, WAVES, Jul 2011
- SciCADE 2011, Toronto, Jul 2011
- Workshop: Stochastic Delay Diff Eq, UK, Sep 2011
- IWANASP 2011: Call for Papers, UK, Sep 2011
- 5th Intl Conf High Perf Sci Comp, Hanoi, Mar 2012
- Professor in Math/Financial Math, Univ Gothenburg
- Postdoc Research Opportunities at NIST
- PhD/Postdoc Position in Applied Math/Math Statistics
- PhD/Postdoc Positions in Comp Biomech at Simula
- PhD Position in Sparse Recovery at TU Braunschweig
- PhD Position in Comp Math at NTNU, Norway
- PhD Fellowship, CFD, City College of New York
- Contents, Applied Numerical Mathematics, 61(4)
- Contents, Nonlinearity, 24(2)
- Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Appl, 18(1)
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From: Paolo Bientinesi <pauldj@aices.rwth-aachen.de>

Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 14:26:47 +0100

**Subject: SMP & Dist routines for Symmetric Tridiag Eigenproblem**

We have developed two parallel eigensolvers based on the fast

MRRR algorithm. Everybody who is interested in the solution of

symmetric or Hermitian eigenproblems is invited to download and

test our routines. The code is under the "New BSD" license.

1) MR3SMP: a multi-threaded variant of MRRR for multicore and SMP

architectures. The routines are written in C and use

pthreads. Code is available at http://code.google.com/p/mr3smp

Driver routines for generalized and standard dense

eigenproblems are included.

2) PMRRR: an hybrid distributed + multi-threaded solver for

distributed architectures with shared memory nodes. The

routines are written in C and use MPI and pthreads. By

switching the multi-threading off, PMRRR can also be run in

pure distributed fashion (MPI only). Code (still at testing

stage) is available at http://code.google.com/p/pmrrr

Best regards,

Matthias Petschow and Paolo Bientinesi

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From: William Schiesser <wes1@lehigh.edu>

Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 21:57:17 -0500

**Subject: New Book, Traveling Wave Analysis of PDEs**

The book "Traveling Wave Analysis of Partial Differential

Equations: Numerical and Analytical Methods with Matlab and

Maple" is now available. The focus of this book is:

(1) The numerical method of lines (MOL) solution of PDEs

implemented in Matlab.

(2) An Eulerian to Lagrangian transformation that converts a PDE

to an ODE; the ODE is then solved analytically, primarily with

Maple.

(3) Recent analytical methods such as the exp, tanh and Riccati

methods for the traveling wave solution of nonlinear PDEs, also

implemented in Maple.

(4) A comparison of the numerical and analytical solutions.

The emphasis is on applications, particularly through the use

of named PDEs such as the Burgers-Huxley, Fisher-Kolmogorov,

Fitzhugh-Nagumo, Kuramoto-Sivashinsky and Kawahara equations.

The Maple and Matlab routines can be downloaded from

http://www.pdecomp.net. This site also includes the table

of contents, preface, chapter abstracts and some introductory

discussion.

Academic Press/Elsevier, ISBN: 978-0-12-384652-5

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From: Zhilin Li <zhilin@math.ncsu.edu>

Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2011 10:47:58 -0500

**Subject: NCTS Workshop on Fluid-Structure Interactions, May 2011**

NCTS Workshop on Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems,

May 26-28, 2011, Hsinchu, Taiwan. Free registration

This international workshop is aimed to bring together

mathematicians, computational scientists, and physicists having

a common interest in solving fluid-structure interaction

problems. The ultimate goal is to initiate new research

collaborations that improve on existing techniques and generate

ideas for new approaches.

Limited travel support is available to US participants, with the

final amount pending the results of grant applications. Priority

will be given to students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior

faculty.

Selected papers will be published in a special issue of Numerical

Mathematics: Theory Methods and Applications after the workshop.

Workshop web-site:

http://math.cts.nthu.edu.tw/Mathematics/Fluid-Structure Interaction Problem=

s.htm

Registration is FREE:

Deadline of the application: April 20, 2011.

Invited and confirmed speakers up to date include:

Philippe Angot (France), J. Thomas Beale (USA), I-Liang Chern

(Taiwan), Zhiming Chen (China), Ching-Hsiao Cheng (Taiwan),

Georges-Henri Cottet (France), Qiang Du (USA), Lisa Fauci (USA),

Aaron Fogelson (USA), Yongsam Kim (Korea), Zhilin Li (USA), John

Lowengrub (USA), Chaouqi Misbah (France), Anna-Karin Tornberg

(Sweden), Gretar Tryggvason (USA), Hongkai Zhao (USA)

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From: sadok@lmpa.univ-littoral.fr

Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2011 11:23:56 +0100 (CET)

**Subject: IMACS10: Paul Van Dooren Birthday, Morocco, May 2011**

The International Symposium on Iterative Methods in Scientific

Computing : Dedicated to Paul Van Dooren on his 60th Birthday

May 18-21, 2011, Marrakech, Morocco

The conference will feature invited lectures, minisymposia,

selected contibuted papers. Topics 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, and Applications to Image Processing, Financial

Computation, Energy Minimization and Internet Search Engines.

PLENARY SPEAKERS:

* P. Van Dooren, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

* M. Gander, University of Geneva, Switzerland

* V. Mehrmann, Technische Universit=E4t Berlin, Germany

* G. Meurant, CEA, France

* Y. Saad, University of Minnesota, USA

Important Dates:

January 15, 2011 - Deadline, submission of titles/abstracts

February 15, 2011 - Author notification 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 papers will be edited.

For more informations, please refer to the web page:

http://www-lmpa.univ-littoral.fr/IMACS10/

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From: Stephen Lau <lau@unm.edu>

Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2011 14:14:30 -0500

**Subject: Adv & Chal in Comp Gen Relativity, Brown, May 2011**

Advances and Challenges in Computational General Relativity

20-22 May 2011, Brown University, Providence RI, USA

This workshop will focus on the application of numerical

techniques to binary blackhole simulations, extreme mass ratio

inspirals, waveform analysis, and alternative formulations of

the Einstein equations. Limited travel support for students

and postdocs may be available. Please contact the organizers

to inquire.

Organizers:

Scott Field (Brown, Scott_Field[at]brown[dot]edu),

Jan Hesthaven (Brown, Jan_Hesthaven[at]brown[dot]edu),

Stephen Lau (New Mexico, lau[at]unm[dot]edu)

For more information please visit the conference website.

http://www.dam.brown.edu/ACCGR/

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From: Elise DeDoncker <elise.dedoncker@wmich.edu>

Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2011 11:41:47 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: Workshop on Large Scale Comp Phys, Japan, Jun 2011**

Second call for papers: Workshop on Large Scale Computational

Physics (LSCP), organized in conjunction with the International

Conference on Computational Science (ICCS) 2011 (see,

http://www.iccs-meeting.org/), Tsukuba, Japan, June 1-3.

Scope: The workshop will focus on symbolic and numerical methods,

algorithms and tools (software and hardware) for developing and

running large-scale physics computations. Special interest will

go to scalability, parallelism and high numerical precision.

System architectures will also be presented as long as they are

actually supporting physics calculations, including massively

parallel systems, GPU, many-cores and grid/cloud computing.

Deadline: January 31, 2011.

Chairs:

Elise de Doncker (elise.dedoncker@wmich.edu)

Fukuko Yuasa (fukuko.yuasa@kek.jp)

Shoji Hashimoto (shoji.hashimoto@kek.jp)

Naoki Kawashima (kawashima@issp.u-tokyo.ac.jp)

Program Committee:

Denis Perret-Gallix, France

Mohammad Al-Turany, Germany

Naohito Nakasato, Japan

Tadashi Ishikawa, Japan

Floris Sluiter, the Netherlands

Jos Vermaseren, the Netherlands

Kate Keahey, USA

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From: Nilima Nigam <nigam@math.sfu.ca>

Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 21:16:03 -0500

**Subject: New abstract deadline and support, WAVES, Jul 2011**

The deadline for submission of abstracts has been extended to

Feb.5, 2011: http://www.sfu.ca/WAVES/

We are also happy to announce a *limited* number of student and

young researcher subsidies courtesy of SIAM and MITACS. Details

will be announced on the conference website in March.

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From: krj@cs.toronto.edu (Ken Jackson)

Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2011 17:14:18 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: SciCADE 2011, Toronto, Jul 2011**

SciCADE, the International Conference on Scientific Computation

And Differential Equations, will be held at the Fields Institute

in Toronto, Canada, 11-15 July 2011, the week before ICIAM 2011

in Vancouver, Canada.

SciCADE is a biennial meeting that focuses on numerical methods

and software for differential equations, including, but not

limited to,

* ordinary differential equations,

* partial differential equations,

* differential algebraic equations,

* delay differential equations,

* stochastic differential equations, and

* dynamical systems.

Emerging numerical techniques in application areas will be

emphasized.

The confirmed plenary speakers are

* Luca Dieci, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

* Jason Frank, Centrum Wiskunde Informatica (CWI), The

Netherlands

* Daisuke Furihata, Osaka University, Japan

* Des Higham, University of Strathclyde, U.K.

* Linda Petzold, Univ of California, Santa Barbara, U.S.A.

* Huazhong Tang, Peking University, China

* Mechthild Thalhammer, University of Innsbruck, Austria

For more information on the meeting, please see

http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/11-12/SciCADE2011/

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From: "Neville Ford" <n.ford@chester.ac.uk>

Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 10:04:06 +0000

**Subject: Workshop: Stochastic Delay Diff Eq, UK, Sep 2011**

Workshop: Numerical and analytical solution of stochastic delay

differential equations Chester, UK, 5th - 7th September 2011

Feature speakers in the programme include:

Chenggui Yuan - Swansea University

Xuerong Mao - University of Strathclyde

Gennadi Bocharov - INMRAS, Moscow

Evelyn Buckwar - Heriot-Watt University

Doron Levy - University of Maryland

Markus Riedle - University of Manchester

John Appleby - Dublin City University

Uwe Kuechler - Humboldt University at Berlin, Germany

Sortirios Sabanis - University of Edinburgh

Contributed papers welcome. Full details are available at:

http://www.stochasticdelay.org.uk/

The Leverhulme International network, based in Chester and led by

Professor Neville Ford, has been established for 3 years, from

2008 to 2011, with the aim of bringing together experts from the

areas of mathematical modelling, mathematical analysis, numerical

and computational methods and stochastic analysis of functional

differential equations. This is the 4th of 4 network workshop

meetings to enable methodologies to be shared and new working

methods and collaborations to be established.

Scientific queries to:

Neville Ford (njford@chester.ac.uk)

Other queries to:

Nicola Williams (nicola.williams@chester.ac.uk)

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From: "Neville Ford" <n.ford@chester.ac.uk>

Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 10:10:50 +0000

**Subject: IWANASP 2011: Call for Papers, UK, Sep 2011**

IWANASP 2011: Call for Papers

The fourth International Workshop on Analysis and Approximation

of Singular Problems will be held at the University of Chester,

UK from 7th-10th September 2011.

Invited speakers include

Gennadi Bocharov - INMRAS, Moscow

Rudolf Gorenflo - Free University of Berlin

Ewa Weinmuller - Vienna University of Technology

Igor Podlubny - Technical University of Kosice

Vincenzo Vespri - University of Florence

Yuesheng Shu - Syracuse University

Jan Sieber - University of Portsmouth

Doron Levy - University of Maryland

Athena Makroglou - University of Portsmouth

Further details of the workshop and how to contribute a paper are

on the workshop website www.stochasticdelay.org.uk

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From: Phan Thanh An <thanhan@math.ist.utl.pt>

Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 09:08:05 +0000 (WET)

**Subject: 5th Intl Conf High Perf Sci Comp, Hanoi, Mar 2012**

5th International Conference on High Performance Scientific

Computing, Institute of Mathematics, Vietnam Academy of

Science and Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam, March 5-9, 2012

http://hpsc.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de/HPSCHanoi2012

TOPICS: mathematical modeling, numerical simulation; methods for

optimization and control; parallel computing: architectures,

algorithms, tools, and environments; software development;

applications of scientific computing in physics, mechanics,

hydrology, chemistry, biology, medicine, transport, logistics,

site location, communication, scheduling, industry, business,

finance, etc.

PLENARY SPEAKERS: Frank Allgoewer (Stuttgart), Ralf

Borndoerfer (Berlin), Ingrid Daubechies (Princeton), Mats

Gyllenberg (Helsinki), Karl Kunisch (Graz), Bob

Russell (Burnaby), Volker Schulz (Trier), Christoph

Schwab (Zurich), Tamas Terlaky (Bethlehem, PA)

PROCEEDINGS: The conference proceedings with selected

high-quality contributions will be published by Springer.

DEADLINE DATES TO REMEMBER

Registration and submission of abstracts: September 29, 2011.

Notification of acceptance for presentation: December 21, 2011.

Submission of data to apply for business visa: January 6, 2012.

Hotel reservation: January 6, 2012.

Submission of full papers: May 12, 2012.

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From: Stig Larsson <stig@chalmers.se>

Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2011 13:24:39 +0100

**Subject: Professor in Math/Financial Math, Univ Gothenburg**

Professor in Mathematics, in particular, Financial Mathematics

The Faculty of Science at University of Gothenburg invites

applications for a permanent position as Professor in

Mathematics, in particular, Financial Mathematics, at the

Department of Mathematical Sciences. The professorship is to 20 %

connected to the School of Business, Economics and Law at the

University of Gothenburg and their Centre for Finance.

http://www.chalmers.se/math/EN/news/vacancies

Application deadline: February 28, 2011

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From: Ronald Boisvert <boisvert@nist.gov>

Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 15:26:49 -0500

**Subject: Postdoc Research Opportunities at NIST**

The US National Research Council (NRC) Associateship Program is

accepting applications for two-year appointments for postdoctoral

research at the National Institute of Standards and

Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Maryland and Boulder,

Colorado. Among the topic areas of interest are image analysis,

dynamical systems, combinatorial and discrete algorithms, applied

optimization& control, scientific data mining, immersive

visualization, and parallel& distributed computing, as well as

modeling and analysis in fluid dynamics, electromagnetics,

materials science, computational biology, network science, and

quantum information. For details see

http://www.nist.gov/itl/math/mcsd-postdoctoral-opportunities.cfm

Competition for postdoctoral awards across all NIST technical

program areas is managed by the NRC. Applications must be

submitted directly to the NRC; the deadline for applications is

February 1. An additional competition is held in the summer, with

an application deadline of August 1. Note that the NRC program at

NIST is restricted to US citizens.

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From: Markus Haltmeier <markus.haltmeier@univie.ac.at>

Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 06:47:55 -0500

**Subject: PhD/Postdoc Position in Applied Math/Math Statistics**

The newly founded research group "Statistical Inverse Problems"

(Dr. Markus Haltmeier and Prof. Axel Munk) at the Max Planck

Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Goettingen is offering

a Ph.D. and/or Postdoc position (Code Number 27-10)

at the interface of mathematical statistics, mathematical imaging

and biophysics.

We are looking for talented, highly motivated individuals with a

background in statistics and/or applied mathematics. Good

programming knowledge and basic knowledge of biophysics are

desirable.

For more information see

http://www.mpibpc.mpg.de/data/jobs/249.pdf

Please send your application including a current CV and the

names and contact information of two references via E-Mail

with reference to the code number to

Mrs. Irmgard Barteczko

E-Mail: ibartec@gwdg.de,

Tel.: 0049-551-201 1675.

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From: Joakim Sundnes <sundnes@simula.no>

Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 09:37:39 +0100

**Subject: PhD/Postdoc Positions in Comp Biomech at Simula**

Simula Research Laboratory conducts basic research in the fields

of communication technology, software engineering and scientific

computing. The research in the Center for Biomedical Computing

is focused on the development of numerical methods, algorithms

and software, and large-scale biomedical and systems biology

oriented simulation studies applying these methods.

To further strengthen our research in the area of cardiac

modeling we seek two candidates for available PhD or Postdoc

positions. Both positions are connected to the project =93In Silico

Heart Failure =96 Tools for accelerating biomedical research=94, and

will be focused on computer simulations of cardiac electrical and

mechanical activity. The goal of the research project is to

contribute to improved understanding of causes and mechanisms of

heart failure, which is a serious and increasing health problem

throughout the industrialized world.

Simula offers excellent opportunities for doing high quality

research, generous support for travels and equipment, and

competitive salaries.

We are looking for candidates with a strong interest in

biological and biomedical research and a University degree in

physics, applied mathematics, computer science, artificial

intelligence, biomedical engineering, or computational

biology. The position requires excellent English writing skills

and high marks from the BSc and MSc degree. Women are encouraged

to apply for these positions. For more information visit

http://www.simula.no/jobs or contact sundnes@simula.no.

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From: Dirk Lorenz <d.lorenz@tu-braunschweig.de>

Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 05:04:10 -0500

**Subject: PhD Position in Sparse Recovery at TU Braunschweig**

The Institute for Analysis and Algebra at the TU Braunschweig

offers a PhD position (salary according to TV-L EG 13, 75%) to be

filled as soon as possible. The position is within the DFG

project "Sparse exact and approximate recovery" and is initially

limited to three years.

We offer:

- Working on a PhD thesis in an active field of applied

mathematics

Requirements:

- Degree in mathematics above average.

- Interest in applied mathematics and high commitment for a

successful PhD.

- Very good knowledge in linear algebra, analysis and numerical

mathematics.

- Practical experience in implementation of mathematical

algorithms.

Equally qualified severely challenged persons will be given

preference. The TU Braunschweig especially encourages women to

apply for the position.

Please send your application (preferably electronically) not

later than February 15th 2011 to:

Prof. D. Lorenz

Instiute for Analysis and Algebra

TU Braunschweig

Pockelsstra=DFe 14

D-38106 Braunschweig

d.lorenz@tu-braunschweig.de

For more detail on the position please ask

Prof. Lorenz (0531/391-7423, d.lorenz@tu-braunschweig.de).

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From: Trond Kvamsdal <Trond.Kvamsdal@math.ntnu.no>

Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 03:56:27 -0500

**Subject: PhD Position in Comp Math at NTNU, Norway**

A PhD position entitled Nonlinear Numerical Modeling of

Ultrasound Imaging is available at Dept. of Mathematical

Sciences, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway.

Description:

A challenge with ultrasound imaging has been that the acoustic

properties of tissue have strong spatial variations, thus

producing multiple scattering and wave front aberrations, both

limiting the diagnostic value of the images. The advanced

processing capabilities of digital computers now open for

corrections of some of these limitations by developing new

mathematical methods for the image reconstruction. The project

will consider wave propagation and scattering in tissue with

nonlinear elasticity and spatial heterogeneity based on spline

finite element and multi-resolution homogenization

techniques. The research will be closely linked to the medical

ultrasound research at NTNU.

Application deadline: February 14, 2011

Applications are to be submitted electronically through

www.jobbnorge.no, see:

http://www.jobbnorge.no/job.aspx?jobid=3D71372&uid=3D5750

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From: "Hansong Tang" <htang@ccny.cuny.edu>

Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 07:42:49 -0500

**Subject: PhD Fellowship, CFD, City College of New York**

Search is made for PhD student positions funded by anticipated

fellowship at

NOAA - Cooperative Remote Sensing Science and Technology

Center (CRSET), http://crest.ccny.cuny.edu/, which is located at

Dept. of Civil eng., City College of New York (CCNY) of the City

University of New York (CUNY). The successful candidate will work

on coastal ocean flow related computational fluid

dynamics/computational engineering and develop new and enhance

existing numerical models. The candidate must be highly

motivated, goal oriented, and have

* College degree(s) in oceanography, fluid, applied math, civil

eng., etc.

* Solid knowledge in math/numerical methods and physics

* US or its territory citizenship, as required by the funding

source

Preference will be given to those who have previous experience in

computer programming and flow modeling algorithm development.

Those with background in both math and engineering are especially

welcome.

CUNY is the US's leading urban public university serving more

than 400,000 students at 23 colleges in New York City. CCNY, the

flagship campus of CUNY, is located in Manhattan and draws

students from around the world. CCNY is ranked among the top US

universities for producing engineers, business executives, and

scientists (including 9 Nobel Prize winners, Fields medalists,

etc.).

If interested, please apply as soon as possible for formal

consideration. To apply, please go to:

http://www1.ccny.cuny.edu/prospective/admissions/grad/index.cfm

Review of applications is ongoing and those with a good match

will be contacted. You are also welcome to send a CV (including

TOFEL/GRE scores and transcripts, required), list of

publications (if any), and contact info of 2 references to

Prof. Hansong Tang at htang@ccny.cuny.edu.

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From: Martin Berzins <mb@sci.utah.edu>

Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 08:25:43 -0700 (MST)

**Subject: Contents, Applied Numerical Mathematics, 61(4)**

Applied Numerical Mathematics Volume 61, Issue 4

Pages 395-640 (April 2011)

1. On the derivation of explicit two-step peer methods Original

Research Article. Pages 395-409 M. Calvo, J.I. Montijano,

L. R=E1ndez, M. Van Daele

2. Numerical properties of high order discrete velocity solutions

to the BGK kinetic equation. Pages 410-427 A.M. Alekseenko

3. Level set based multi-scale methods for large deformation

contact problems. Pages 428-442 Rolf Krause, Christina Mohr

4. Numerical experiments on the condition number of the

interpolation matrices for radial basis functions. Pages 443-459

John P. Boyd, Kenneth W. Gildersleeve

5. Exponentially-convergent strategies for defeating the Runge

Phenomenon for the approximation of non-periodic functions, part

two: Multi-interval polynomial schemes and multidomain Chebyshev

interpolation. Pages 460-472 John P. Boyd, Jun Rong Ong

6. A non-uniform basis order for the discontinuous Galerkin

method of the acoustic and elastic wave equations. Pages 473-486

T. L=E4hivaara, T. Huttunen

7. Strong-stability-preserving 3-stage Hermite-Birkhoff

time-discretization methods. Pages 487-500 Truong Nguyen-Ba,

Huong Nguyen-Thu, Thierry Giordano, R=E9mi Vaillancourt

8. Composition of stochastic B-series with applications to

implicit Taylor methods. Pages 501-511 Kristian Debrabant, Anne

Kv=E6rn=F8

9. Convergence of an adaptive Ka=FF=FFanov FEM for quasi-linear

problems. Pages 512-529 Eduardo M. Garau, Pedro Morin, Carlos

Zuppa

10. A numerical method for mass conservative coupling between

fluid flow and solute transport. Pages 530-553 J=FCrgen Fuhrmann,

Alexander Linke, Hartmut Langmach

11. RKDG methods with WENO type limiters and conservative

interfacial procedure for one-dimensional compressible

multi-medium flow simulations. Pages 554-580 Jun Zhu, Jianxian

Qiu, Tiegang Liu, Boo Cheong Khoo

12. Numerical approximation of a convolution model of

[IMAGE]-neuron networks. Pages 581-592 Samir Kumar Bhowmik

13. Fourth-order alternating direction implicit compact finite

difference schemes for two-dimensional Schr=F6dinger equations.=09

Pages 593-614 Zhen Gao, Shusen Xie

14. Postprocessing and higher order convergence for the mixed

finite element approximations of the eigenvalue problem. Pages

615-629 Hongtao Chen, Shanghui Jia, Hehu Xie

15. A non-standard symmetry-preserving method to compute bounded

solutions of a generalized Newell-Whitehead-Segel equation.

Pages 630-640 J.E. Mac=EDas-D=EDaz, J. Ruiz-Ram=EDrez

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

Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 11:44:43 +0000

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 24(2)**

NONLINEARITY

Volume 24, Issue 2, February 2011

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their

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

http://iopscience.iop.org/0951-7715/24/2

PAPERS

351. Stick--slip motion of solids with dry friction subject to

random vibrations and an external field. A Baule, H Touchette

and E G D Cohen

373. On the reduction of the degree of linear differential

operators. Marcin Bobie\'nski and Lubomir Gavrilov

389. Spectral analysis for matrix Hamiltonian operators. Jeremy

L Marzuola and Gideon Simpson

431. New Poisson--Boltzmann type equations: one-dimensional

solutions. Chiun-Chang Lee, Hijin Lee, YunKyong Hyon, Tai-Chia

Lin and Chun Liu

459. Estimates of Kolmogorov complexity in approximating cantor

sets. C Bonanno, J-R Chazottes and P Collet

481. Caustics, counting maps and semi-classical asymptotics. N

M Ercolani

527. Transition state geometry near higher-rank saddles in phase

space. George Haller, T Uzer, Jes\'us Palaci\'an, Patricia

Yanguas and Charles Jaff\'e

563. Minimizing orbits in the discrete Aubry--Mather model.

Eduardo Garibaldi and Philippe Thieullen

613. Contracting bubbles in Hele-Shaw cells with a power-law

fluid. Scott W McCue and John R King

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

Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 08:36:47 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Appl, 18(1)**

Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications

Vol 18, Issue 1, 2011

Preconditioning discretizations of systems of partial

differential equations. Kent-Andre Mardal and Ragnar

Winther (pages 1--40)

A backward stability analysis of diagonal pivoting methods for

solving unsymmetric tridiagonal systems without interchanges.

Jennifer B. Erway and Roummel F. Marcia (pages 41--54)

Fast regularized linear sampling for inverse scattering problems.

M'Barek Fares, Serge Gratton and Philippe L. Toint(pages 55--68)

A simultaneous decomposition of a matrix triplet with

applications. Yonghui Liu and Yongge Tian (pages 69--85)

Condition numbers and perturbation analysis for the Tikhonov

regularization of discrete ill-posed problems. Delin Chu, Lijing

Lin, Roger C. E. Tan and Yimin Wei (pages 87--103)

On the purely algebraic data-sparse approximation of the inverse

and the triangular factors of sparse matrices. M. Bebendorf and

T. Fischer (pages 105--122)

On block preconditioners for saddle point problems with singular

or indefinite (1, 1) block. Piotr Krzyz.anowski(pages 123--140)

Global error bounds for the Petrov--Galerkin discretization of

the neutron transport equation. Britton Chang, Anne Greenbaum

and Eric Machorro (pages 141--154)

Condition numbers and backward perturbation bound for linear

matrix equations. Xingdong Yang, Hua Dai and Qingquan He (pages

155--165)

Direct algorithm for the solution of two-sided obstacle problems

with M-matrix. Ying-Jun Jiang and Jin-Ping Zeng (pages 167--173)

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

Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 07:27:25 -0600

**Subject: Contents, Constructive Approximation, 33(1)**

Constructive Approximation, Vol. 33 No. 1 2011

Table of Contents

"Quantifying Democracy of Wavelet Bases in Lorentz Spaces" by

Eugenio Hern=E1ndez, Jos=E9 Mar=EDa Martell and Maria de Natividade,

Pages 1-14

"The Solution of a Problem of Coifman, Meyer, and Wickerhauser on

Wavelet Packets" by Sandra Saliani, Pages 15-39

"Wavelets Techniques for Pointwise Anti-H=F6lderian Irregularity"

by Marianne Clausel and Samuel Nicolay, Pages 41-75

"Polyharmonic Approximation on the Sphere" by T. Hangelbroek,

Pages 77-92

"A Generalized Radon Transform on the Plane" by Zhongkai Li and

Futao Song, Pages 93-123

"Approximation of Functions of Few Variables in High Dimensions"

by Ronald DeVore, Guergana Petrova and Przemyslaw Wojtaszczyk,

Pages 125-143

Volume 33 Number 1 of Constructive Approximation now available:

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

Constructive Approximation

An International Journal for Approximations and Expansions

Published by Springer

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

Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2011 14:52:52 -0500

**Subject: Contents, J Scientific Computing, 46(1) & 46(2)**

Journal of Scientific Computing

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

Volume 46, Number 1, January 2011

Superconvergence and Extrapolation Analysis of a Nonconforming

Mixed Finite Element Approximation for Time-Harmonic Maxwell's

Equations. Zhonghua Qiao, Changhui Yao and Shanghui Jia,

pp.1-19.

A Unified Primal-Dual Algorithm Framework Based on Bregman

Iteration. Xiaoqun Zhang, Martin Burger and Stanley Osher,

pp.20-46.

The Finite Volume-Complete Flux Scheme for

Advection-Diffusion-Reaction Equations. J.H.M. ten Thije

Boonkkamp and M.J.H. Anthonissen, pp.47-70.

An hp-local Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Parabolic

Integro-Differential Equations. Amiya K. Pani and Sangita Yadav,

pp.71-99.

Nitsche's Method for Defective Boundary Value Problems in

Incompressibile Fluid-dynamics. Christian Vergara, pp.100-123.

A Class of Domain Decomposition Preconditioners for

hp-Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Methods. Paola

F. Antonietti and Paul Houston, pp.124-149.

Volume 46, Number 2, February 2011

Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Second-Order Elliptic PDE with

Low-Regularity Solutions. Thomas P. Wihler and Beatrice Riviere,

pp.151-165.

Numerical Method for Interaction Among Multi-particle, Fluid and

Arbitrary Shape Structure. Kensuke Yokoi, pp.166-181.

A Mixed Finite Element Scheme for Optimal Control Problems with

Pointwise State Constraints. Wei Gong and Ningning Yan,

pp.182-203.

An Asymptotic Preserving Scheme for the ES-BGK Model of the

Boltzmann Equation. Francis Filbet and Shi Jin, pp.204-224.

A Simple Regularization of the Polynomial Interpolation for the

Resolution of the Runge Phenomenon. ae-Hun Jung and Wolfgang

Stefan, pp.225-242.

A Memory and Computation Efficient Sparse Level-Set Method.

Wladimir J. van der Laan, Andrei C. Jalba and Jos

B.T.M. Roerdink, pp.243-264.

A Transformation-free HOC Scheme for Incompressible Viscous Flow

Past a Rotating and Translating Circular Cylinder. Rajendra

K. Ray, pp.265-293.

Third Order Explicit Runge-Kutta Discontinuous Galerkin Method

for Linear Conservation Law with Inflow Boundary Condition, Qiang

Zhang, pp.294-313.

LDG2: A Variant of the LDG Flux Formulation for the Spectral

Volume Method. R. Kannan and Z.J. Wang, pp.314-328.

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From: jfocm@orie.cornell.edu

Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2011 17:19:14 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: Contents, Foundations of Computational Math, 11(1)**

Foundations of Computational Mathematics

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

Volume 11, Number 1, February 2011

"Accuracy and Stability of Computing High-order Derivatives of

Analytic Functions by Cauchy Integrals", Folkmar Bornemann,

pp. 1-63

"On the Rank of a Binary Form", Gonzalo Comas and Malena Seiguer,

pp. 65-78

"Convergence and Smoothness of Nonlinear Lane=96Riesenfeld

Algorithms in the Functional Setting", Nira Dyn and Ron Goldman,

pp. 79-94

"Fast Linear Homotopy to Find Approximate Zeros of Polynomial

Systems", Carlos Beltr=E1n and Luis Miguel Pardo, pp. 95-129

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