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- Facing the Multicore-Challenge II, Germany, Sep 2011
- Porous Media Flows, USA, Sep 2011
- Modelling Natural and Social Problems, Russia, Oct 2011
- 2nd IMA Maths in Defence, UK, Oct 2011
- Analysis and Numerics of PDEs, Italy, Nov 2011
- La Serena Numerica I, Chile, Dec 2011
- Conference on Mathematical Sciences, UAE, Mar 2012
- Chair Position, Applied Math, Univ of Waterloo
- Professorship, Num Math/Sci Comp, Germany
- Postdoc Position, Graph Analysis, Sandia Livermore
- Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 57(4)
- Contents, EPJ ST, 193
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From: "Gabb, Henry" <henry.gabb@intel.com>

Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 14:11:20 -0600

**Subject: Nominations for Intel Research Impact Medal**

The Intel Research Impact Medal acknowledges researchers whose work

benefits Intel and the broader industrial and academic community. It

is open to fulltime faculty from universities and research institutes

worldwide. Candidates must be nominated by an Intel employee,

preferably one with firsthand knowledge of the candidate's

work. Eligible candidates are encouraged to contact their Intel

collaborators about submitting nominations.

The Intel Research Impact Medal is a direct monetary award (10,000 USD

or equivalent in local currency). Nominations are due August 12,

2011. Eligible nominees will be notified soon after, at which point an

up-to-date curriculum vitae will be requested. Nominations will be

reviewed by a panel of senior Intel technologists. Award selection is

based on demonstrated impact of the candidate's research within Intel,

its benefit to Intel customers and end- users, and its influence

within the broader academic community. Awards will be announced in

September 2011.

The Intel Research Impact Medal is administered by the Intel Academic

Research Office. Please contact IRIM-inquiries@intel.com for more

information or visit the following website:

http://techresearch.intel.com/newsdetail.aspx?Id=3D31.

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From: Bruce Bailey <Bailey@siam.org>

Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2011 18:37:29 -0400

**Subject: New Book, Polynomial Based Iteration Methods**

Announcing the July 11 publication by SIAM of:

Polynomial Based Iteration Methods for Symmetric Linear Systems,

by Bernd Fischer

2011 / 283 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-1-611971-91-0 /

List Price $85.00 / SIAM Member Price $59.50 / Order Code CL68

This book provides a concise introduction to computational methods for

solving large linear systems of equations. It is the only textbook

that treats iteration methods for symmetric linear systems from a

polynomial point of view. This particular feature enables readers to

understand the convergence behavior and subtle differences of the

various schemes, which are useful tools for the design of powerful

preconditioners.

Published nearly 15 years ago, the book continues to be useful to the

mathematical, scientific, and engineering communities as a

presentation of what appear to be the most efficient methods for

symmetric linear systems of equations.

It is appropriate for researchers and advanced undergraduate and

graduate students using numerical linear algebra, as well as

practitioners working in applications that lead to symmetric

indefinite systems.

To order, or for more information about this and all other SIAM books,

please visit http://www.siam.org/books.

This and many other SIAM titles will be available for purchase at the

SIAM booth at ICIAM in Vancouver, July 18-22.

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From: Sven Gross <gross@igpm.rwth-aachen.de>

Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 05:30:51 -0400

**Subject: New Book, Num Meth for Two-Phase Incomp Flows**

Numerical Methods for Two-Phase Incompressible Flows

Sven Gross and Arnold Reusken

Springer Series in Computational Mathematics, Vol. 40

http://www.springer.com/book/978-3-642-19685-0

* First monograph that deals with numerical methods for

two-phase incompressible flow problems

* 4 parts: one-phase flows, two-phase flows,

mass transport, surfactant transport

* Complete simulation track is treated: from modeling via development

and analysis of numerical methods to numerical experiments

* Results of many numerical experiments are presented that

complement in depth mathematical analyses

The book is aimed at M Sc and PhD students and other researchers in

the fields of Numerical Analysis and Computational Engineering Science

interested in the numerical treatment of two-phase incompressible

flows.

1st Edition, 2011, 480 p., 90 illus., 35 in color

Hardcover, ISBN 978-3-642-19685-0

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From: Jan-Philipp Weiss <jan-philipp.weiss@kit.edu>

Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 12:03:46 -0400

**Subject: Facing the Multicore-Challenge II, Germany, Sep 2011**

"Facing the Multicore-Challenge II"

Conference for Young Scientists, September 28-30, 2011

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

EXTENDED PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 22, 2011

The conference focuses on topics of multicore, manycore and

coprocessor technologies and the impact on computational science,

day-to-day work and for large-scale applications. The goal is to

address and discuss current issues including mathematical modeling,

design of parallel algorithms, aspects of microprocessor architecture,

parallel programming languages, numerical simulation, compilers,

hardware-aware computing, heterogeneous platforms, emerging

architectures, tools, performance tuning, and requirements for

large-scale applications.

The conference places emphasis on the support and advancement of young

scientists in an interdisciplinary environment.

You are cordially invited to submit a paper with unpublished and

original work. Furthermore, ongoing research can be presented in a

short talk or poster (Deadline September 4, 2011).

Conference Organizers:

Rainer Keller, David Kramer, and Jan-Philipp Weiss

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and HLRS Stuttgart, Germany

For further information please have a look at the conference website

http://www.multicore-challenge.org.

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From: Luis Felipe Feres Pereira <felipepereira62@gmail.com>

Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2011 17:54:57 +0000

**Subject: Porous Media Flows, USA, Sep 2011**

The Second CFSF workshop on Porous Media Flows

September 27-29/2011, Hilton Garden Inn, Laramie, WY

Topics:

- Sequestration of greenhouse gas and associated impurities (GGI) in

geologic formations.

- Recovery of natural gas from unconventional reservoirs characterized

by low permeability.

More information:

http://www.uwyo.edu/cfsf/workshops/workshop-porous-media-flows.html

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From: "Yu.S. Semerich" <yrse@rambler.ru>

Date: Sun, 17 Jul 2011 11:32:00 +0400

**Subject: Modelling Natural and Social Problems, Russia, Oct 2011**

The 6th International Conference on Analytical and Numerical Methods

for Modelling Natural and Social Problems will be held in Russia,

Penza, October 25-29, 2011

General topics of the Conference: Computational methods on various

aspects of Neural, Parallel, and Scientific Computing such as

Computational Methods of Nonlinear Systems, Algorithm Design,

Hardware/Software Engineering, Computer Modeling, Networking Dynamics,

Computer Vision, Imaging Cognition.

The Conference will cover a broad range of scientific topics related

to

1.Integral and differential equations;

2.Approximation theory;

3.Mathematical modeling in economics, ecology, demography and social

science;

4.Mathematical modeling in physics and technologies;

5.Mathematical modeling in nanotechnologies and nanobiology;

6.Information technologies in education.

DEADLINES

Registration of participations: August 25, 2011

Submission of paper: September 25, 2011

For registration please submit your name and title paper to

boikov@pnzgu.ru, pdz@sura.ru.

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From: Pamela Bye <pam.bye@ima.org.uk>

Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 10:08:52 -0400

**Subject: 2nd IMA Maths in Defence, UK, Oct 2011**

20 October 2011, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Joint Services

Command and Staff College, Shrivenham, Swindon UK

The conference will cover the following themes: Data analysis: data

and text mining, data fusion, information visualization,

multidimensional data analysis; Modelling and Estimation:

electromagnetic models, estimation theory, Markov models, non-linear

models, mathematical models, simulation; Operational Analysis: cost

benefit analysis, counter-terrorism, risk management, intelligence

analysis, behaviour analysis; Security: cryptography and coding,

security systems, secure communications; Signal Processing: adaptive

processing, computer vision, digital signal processing, distributed

sensor processing, emitter location, image processing, signal

enhancement, super-resolution, synthetic aperture radar, time series

analysis; Statistical Methods: Bayesian techniques, classification,

detection, identification, Markov models, Monte Carlo methods,

particle filters, pattern recognition.

Confirmed Invited Speaker

Sir John Beddington, Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Government and

Professor of Applied Population Biology at Imperial College London.

Conference Fees and Registration

Non-IMA Member: =A3145

IMA Member: =A3120

Student/Retired: =A375

To register for this conference, please download, complete and return

the application form from the conference webpage:

http://www.ima.org.uk/conferences/conferences_calendar/maths_in_defence.cfm

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From: "Donatella Marini" <marini@imati.cnr.it>

Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2011 14:30:20 +0200 (CEST)

**Subject: Analysis and Numerics of PDEs, Italy, Nov 2011**

ANALYSIS AND NUMERICS OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

In memory of Enrico Magenes Pavia, Italy November 2-4, 2011

Invited speakers

Luigi Ambrosio (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)

Douglas N. Arnold (University of Minnesota)

Luis A. Caffarelli (University of Texas, Austin)

Claudio Canuto (Politecnico di Torino)

Philippe G. Ciarlet (City University of Hong Kong)

David Kinderlehrer (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh)

Pierre-Louis Lions (Coll=E8ge de France)

Yvon Maday (Universit=E9 Pierre ed Marie Curie, Paris)

Umberto Mosco (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)

Ricardo H. Nochetto (University of Maryland)

Alfio Quarteroni (EPFL, Lausanne - Politecnico di Milano)

C=E9dric Villani (Institut Henri Poincar=E9 - Universit=E9 de Lyon)

Augusto Visintin (Universit=E0 di Trento)

All relevant information can be found on the conference website:

http://www.imati.cnr.it/magenes2011

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From: "Gabriel N. Gatica" <ggatica@ing-mat.udec.cl>

Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2011 11:37:31 -0400

**Subject: La Serena Numerica I, Chile, Dec 2011**

LA SERENA NUMERICA I

6th Meeting on Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential Equations

December 14 - 16, 2011, Universidad de La Serena, La Serena, Chile

This is the Sixth Meeting on Numerical Analysis of Partial

Differential Equations in Chile.The first three meetings have been

held at the Universidad T=E9cnica Federico Santa Mar=EDa in Valpara=EDso,

and the last two at the Pontificia Universidad Cat=F3lica de Chile in

Santiago: http://numerico2.mat.puc.cl The workshop is open to all

researchers working or interested in the field, and you are invited to

contribute a presentation on your current work. There are no parallel

sessions, i.e. the number of speakers is limited. As in our previous

meetings, the idea of this workshop is for Chilean researchers and

colleagues from abroad to meet and to continue or start collaborations

and to learn about new activities in the area.

Invited speakers are

Gernot Beer, Graz, Austria

Raimund B=FCrger, Concepcion, Chile

Alexandre Ern, Paris, France

Salim Meddahi, Oviedo, Spain

Joseph E. Pasciak, College Station, TX, USA

Joachim Sch=F6berl, Vienna, Austria

website: http://serena1.mat.puc.cl

contact: htorres@userena.cl, ggatica@ing-mat.udec.cl, nheuer@mat.puc.cl

deadline for registration: October 17, 2011

Organizers: Hector Torres (U de La Serena, La Serena, Chile),

Gabriel N. Gatica (U de Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile) and

Norbert Heuer (PUC, Santiago, Chile).

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From: "Prof. Muhammed Syam" <m.syam@uaeu.ac.ae>

Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 11:54:46 -0400

**Subject: Conference on Mathematical Sciences, UAE, Mar 2012**

This academic year the Department of Mathematical Sciences in

conjunction with the American Mathematical Society organize the fourth

international conference on Mathematical Sciences ICM-2012, March

11-14, 2012, in United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain, United Arab

Emirates.

The conference will concentrate on the following topics: Mathematics

Topics: Algebra, Applied Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics, Finite

Mathematics, Fractals, Geometry, History of Mathematics, Logic,

Analysis, Number Theory, Numerical Analysis, Topology, Computational

Mathematics, Cross-disciplinary areas of Mathematics, and Other Areas

of Mathematics. Mathematical Statistics Topics: Applied Statistics,

Business Statistics, Computational Statistics, Computer Simulations,

Econometrics, Environmental Statistics, Industrial Statistics,

Mathematical Statistics, Operations Research, Probability,

Quantitative Methods, and Statistical Modeling. Mathematics Education

Topics: Strategies in Mathematics Education, Educational Statistics,

Active Learning, and use of technology in teaching. Biomathematics

Topics: Mathematical Biology, Biostatistics, Environmental Statistics,

and Medical Statistics. Financial Mathematics Topics: Financial

Mathematics, Modeling of financial derivatives, Financial Options,

Management Science. Mathematical Modeling in Environmental Sciences

Topics Mathematical Modeling in Ecology, Population Dynamics, Modeling

of Marine Environment, Modeling of Sand Dune migration.

Registration deadline: Jan 25, 2012

Abstracts submission deadline: Jan 25, 2012

To submit your abstract and register for the conference, please check

the conference website at http://icm.uaeu.ac.ae/

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From: Carolyn Seely-Morrison <caseelym@uwaterloo.ca>

Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 13:49:25 -0400

**Subject: Chair Position, Applied Math, Univ of Waterloo**

The Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo

invites applications for the position of Department Chair. This

position comes with an Associate or Full Professorship, depending on

qualifications. The successful candidate will be an internationally

recognized, distinguished researcher with demonstrated leadership

qualities.

The University of Waterloo, located at the heart of Canada=92s =93Silicon

Valley=94, is one of Canada=92s leading comprehensive universities with

over 30,000 full and part-time students in undergraduate and graduate

programs. The University of Waterloo has long been recognized as one

of Canada=92s most innovative universities, with a clearly demonstrated

and established reputation for excellence. The University Governing

Bodies unequivocally directed the university, in the Sixth Decade

Plan, to continue its pursuit of global excellence through developing

academically and socially relevant programs, in particular by

achieving even greater levels of academic distinction. The successful

candidate will be expected to provide strong leadership to the

department in the quest for greater excellence.

The department ranks among the top applied mathematics departments

worldwide, with 21 research active full time faculty. It offers a

vibrant and stimulating research environment spanning a wide spectrum

of research fields, which include control theory, dynamical systems,

fluid dynamics, mathematical medicine and biology, mathematical

physics, scientific computation, along with a wide range of

interdisciplinary research activities. The department benefits from

close ties with the Institute for Quantum Computing, the Perimeter

Institute, and the Centre for Mathematical Medicine at the Fields

Institute. The Graduate Program in the department has expanded in

recent years to a current student body of approximately 60 graduate

students, enrolled in either the MMath or PhD programs in applied

mathematics.

Candidates interested in this exciting leadership position should have

a PhD in some branch of applied mathematics, a strong research record

and program, a strong track record of graduate student supervision,

and evidence of effective leadership. Salary will be commensurate with

qualifications and experience. The closing date for applications is

October 31, 2011, but suitable candidates will be invited for

interviews while the position is advertised, and an appointment may be

made prior to the closing date.

Interested candidates should, in the first instance, submit a

curriculum vitae to:

Ian Goulden, Dean

Faculty of Mathematics

University of Waterloo

Waterloo ON N2L 3G1, CANADA

dean@math.uwaterloo.ca

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Canadians and

permanent residents will be given priority. The University of

Waterloo encourages applications from all qualified individuals,

including women, members of visible minorities, native peoples, and

persons with disabilities.

http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/AM_Dept/positions/ChairOfAM.shtml

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From: Sabrina Nordt <nordt@math.fu-berlin.de>

Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 07:25:56 -0400

**Subject: Professorship, Num Math/Sci Comp, Germany**

Freie Universit=E4t Berlin

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science - Institute of

Mathematics - invites applications for a tenured

Professorship in Numerical Mathematics/Scientific Computing

(W 3; Succession P. Deuflhard)

The position entails an executive position at the Zuse Institute

Berlin (ZIB) and requires teaching and research in the area named

above.

ZIB is a research institute for application-oriented mathematics and

computer science. It develops mathematical models and efficient

algorithms in close cooperation with partners in science, the economy

and society. In addition, it provides specialized consulting services

for the users of its high-performance computers.

Appointment requirements are governed by article 100 of the Berlin

Higher Education Act (Berliner Hochschulgesetz).

Applicants are expected to meet the following requirements:

- internationally outstanding professional profile

- proven application orientation, preferably in the natural and life

sciences

- evidence of experience in the acquisition and implementation of

externally funded projects leadership skills

The successful candidate will be expected to exhibit a strong

commitment, in accordance with the position's requirements, to

managing and securing research projects and collaborations such as

MATHEON.

Applications citing the reference Numerical Mathematics/Scientific

Computing should include information on previous research and teaching

activity as well as research perspectives and must be received, in

duplicate, at the address below by August 4th, 2011. Application

guidelines and general information on the appointment procedure as

well as requirements for professorships at Freie Universit=E4t Berlin

can be found at www.fu- berlin.de/praesidialamt. For additional

details, please visit www.fu- berlin.de, www.mi.fu-berlin.de,

www.zib.de and www.matheon.de.

Freie Universit=E4t Berlin

Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik

Dekanat

Arnimallee 14

14195 Berlin

Germany

Freie Universit=E4t Berlin aims to increase its proportion of female

employees and therefore strongly encourages women to apply for this

position.

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From: "Pinar, Ali" <apinar@sandia.gov>

Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 23:26:57 +0000

**Subject: Postdoc Position, Graph Analysis, Sandia Livermore**

We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to work on a large scale

graph analysis and modeling project. Expertise in the following areas

is required: graph analysis, linear and multilinear algebra,

statistics, numerical analysis, optimization, computational

combinatorics, data mining.

You can find the official announcement at

http://csmr.ca.sandia.gov/~apinar/JO638503.pdf

You can also apply at

http://tinyurl.com/63rquzg for Job Number 638503.

It is also a good idea to send me an email for a heads-up.

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From: Claude Brezinski <claude.brezinski@univ-lille1.fr>

Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2011 08:17:20 +0200

**Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 57(4)**

Table of contents for Numerical Algorithms, Volume 57, Number 4.

Multiplicative Adams Bashforth=96Moulton methods, Emine Misirli, Yusuf

Gurefe

Semilocal convergence of a sixth-order Jarratt method in Banach

spaces, Xiuhua Wang, Jisheng Kou, Chuanqing Gu

A projected=96gradient interior=96point algorithm for complementarity

problems, Roberto Andreani, Joaquim J. Judice, Jose Mario Martinez,

Joao Patr=EDcio

On an optimal quadrature formula in the sense of Sard, Abdullo

Rakhmonovich Hayotov, Gradimir V. Milovanovic, Kholmat Mahkambaevich

Shadimetov

Remark on =93New conjectured inequalities for zeros of Jacobi

polynomials=94 by Walter Gautschi, Numer. Algorithms 50:293=96296 (2009),

Walter Gautschi

Shooting methods for a PT-symmetric periodic eigenvalue problem, Lidia

Aceto, Cecilia Magherini, Marco Marletta

A unified kernel function approach to primal-dual interior-point

algorithms for convex quadratic SDO, Guoqiang Wang, Detong Zhu

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From: Changpin Li <lcp@shu.edu.cn>

Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 05:42:02 -0400

**Subject: Contents, EPJ ST, 193**

The European Physical Journal Special Topics

Vol. 193 (March I 2011)

http://www.epjst-journal.org/index.php?

option=3Dcom_toc&url=3D/articles/epjst/abs/2011/02/contents/contents.html

Special Issue

Perspectives on Fractional Dynamics and Control

Edited by: C.P.Li, F. Mainardi

TABLE OF CONTENTS

C.P. Li and F. Mainardi / Editorial, pp. 1-4

C.P. Li and Z.G. Zhao / Introduction to fractional integrability and

differentiability, pp. 5-26

C.P. Li and F.R. Zhang / A survey on the stability of fractional

differential equations-Dedicated to Prof. Y.S. Chen on the Occasion of

his 80th Birthday, pp. 27-48

M.L. Du and Z.H. Wang / Initialized fractional differential equations

with Riemann-Liouville fractional-order derivative, pp. 49-60

X.Y. Jiang / Time-space fractional Schr?dinger like equation with a

nonlocal term, pp. 61-70

H.T. Qi and J.G. Liu / Some duct flows of a fractional Maxwell fluid,

pp. 71-80

L.C. Chen, Q.Q. Zhuang and W.Q. Zhu / Response of SDOF nonlinear

oscillators with lightly fractional derivative damping under real

noise excitations, pp. 81-92

H. Sheng, H.G. Sun, C. Coopmans, Y.Q. Chen and G.W. Bohannan / A

Physical experimental study of variable-order fractional integrator

and differentiator, pp. 93-104

G. Pagnini / The evolution equation for the radius of a premixed flame

ball in fractional diffusive media, pp. 105-118

R. Gorenflo and F. Mainardi / Subordination pathways to fractional

diffusion, pp. 119-132

F. Mainardi and G. Spada / Creep, relaxation and viscosity properties

for basic fractional models in rheology, pp. 133-160

E. Capelas de Oliveira, F. Mainardi and J. Vaz Jr. / Models based on

Mittag- Leffler functions for anomalous relaxation in dielectrics,

pp. 161-172

G. Borino, M. Di Paola and M. Zingales / A non-local model of

fractional heat conduction in rigid bodies, pp. 173-184

H.G. Sun, W. Chen, H. Wei and Y.Q. Chen / A comparative study of

constant- order and variable-order fractional models in characterizing

memory property of systems, pp. 185-192

A. Carpinteri, P. Cornetti and A. Sapora / A fractional calculus

approach to nonlocal elasticity, pp. 193-204

S. Chen / A novel implicit finite difference method for the three-

dimensional fractional percolation equation, pp. 205-220

X.C. Li and W. Chen / Nested meshes for numerical approximation of

space fractional differential equations, pp. 221-228

J. Hristov / Approximate solutions to fractional subdiffusion

equations, pp. 229-243

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From: Ralph Baker Kearfott <rbk@lusfiber.net>

Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 12:42:15 -0500

**Subject: Contents, Reliable Computing, 15(4)**

Volume 15 (Special volume devoted to material presented at SCAN 2008)

Guest editors: Martine Ceberio and Vladik Kreinovich

Issue 4:

* Lev Kapitanski and Sanja Zivanovic, Dynamics with a Range of

Choice, pp. 290-299, July, 2011.

* Tanja Magoc, Xiaojing Wang, Francois Modave, and Martine

Ceberio, Applications of Fuzzy Measures and Intervals in

Finance, pp. 300-311, July, 2011.

* M. Nehmeier and J. Wolff v. Gudenberg, filib++ , Expression

Templates and the Coming Interval Standard, pp. 312-320, July,

2011.

* Andreas Rauh, Ekaterina Auer, Mareile Freihold, Eberhard P.

Hofer, and Harald Aschemann, Detection and Reduction of

Overestimation in Guaranteed Simulations of Hamiltonian

Systems, pp. 321-332, July, 2011.

* Andreas Rauh, Johanna Minisini, Eberhard P. Hofer, and Harald

Aschemann, Robust and Optimal Control of Uncertain Dynamical

Systems with State-Dependent Switchings Using Interval

Arithmetic, pp. 333-344, July, 2011.

* Irene A. Sharaya and Sergey P. Shary, Tolerable Solution Set

for Interval Linear Systems with Constraints on Coefficients,

pp. 345-357, July, 2011.

* Sergey P. Shary, On Nonnegative Interval Linear Systems and

Their Solution, pp. 358-369, July, 2011.

* Andreas Rauh and Ekaterina Auer, Verified Simulation of ODEs

and DAEs in ValEncIA-IVP, pp. 370-381, July, 2011.

For general information on this open-access journal, see:

http://interval.louisiana.edu/reliable-computing-journal/RC.html

For table of contents, as well as access to the articles, see:

http://interval.louisiana.edu/reliable-computing-journal/tables-of-contents=

.html

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From: Ralph Baker Kearfott <rbk@lusfiber.net>

Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 23:51:12 -0500

**Subject: Contents, Reliable Computing, 15(3)**

For general information on this open-access journal, see:

http://interval.louisiana.edu/reliable-computing-journal/RC.html

For table of contents, as well as access to the articles, see:

http://interval.louisiana.edu/reliable-computing-journal/tables-of-contents=

.html

Issue 3 is the third of four special issues devoted to topics

presented at SCAN 2008.

Volume 15 (Special volume devoted to material presented at SCAN 2008)

Guest editors: Martine Ceberio and Vladik Kreinovich

Issue 3:

* Joshua A. Enszer and Mark A. Stadtherr, Verified Solution and

Propagation of Uncertainty in Physiological Models, pp.168-178,

July, 2011.

* Sebastian Kempken and Wolfram Luther, Verifed Factorization

Methods for SMP/G/1 Queueing Systems and their Interplay in an

Integrated Problem-Solving Environment, pp.179-192, July, 2011.

* Mariana Kolberg, Walter Kraemer and Michael Zimmer, Efficient

Parallel Solvers for Large Dense Systems of Linear Interval

Equations, pp.193-206, July, 2011.

* Bartlomiej Jacek Kubica, Interval Methods for Solving

Underdetermined Nonlinear Systems, pp.207-217, July, 2011.

* Tanja Magoc, Martine Ceberio, and Francois Modave, Using

Preference Constraints to Solve Multi-Criteria Decision Making

Problems, pp.218-229, July, 2011.

* Miguel Argaez, Leticia Velazquez, Carlos Quintero, Hector Klie,

and Mary Wheeler, A Hybrid Algorithm for Global Optimization

Problems, pp.230-241, July, 2011.

* Julie Roy et al, Global Optimization and Singular Nonlinear

Programs: New Techniques, pp.242-250, July, 2011.

* P. S. V. Nataraj and Shanta Sondur, The Extrapolated Taylor

Model, pp. 251-278, July, 2011.

* German Tischler and Juergen Wolff von Gudenberg, Solving

Decidability Problems with Interval Arithmetic, pp. 279-289,

July, 2011.

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From: Neha Mistry <neha.mistry@oup.com>

Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 09:50:38 -0400

**Subject: Contents, IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis, 31(3)**

IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis Volume 31 Issue 3 July 2011

The full Table of Contents and links to all articles in this issue are

available online at: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/page/4289/1

Highlights include:

>From qd to LR, or, how were the qd and LR algorithms discovered?

Martin H. Gutknecht and Beresford N. Parlett

>From high oscillation to rapid approximation V: the equilateral

triangle, Daan Huybrechs, Arieh Iserles, and Syvert P. N=F8rsett

Numerical computation of advection and diffusion on evolving diffuse

interfaces, Charles M. Elliott, Bj=F6rn Stinner, Vanessa Styles, and

Richard Welford

Study of a finite volume scheme for the regularized mean curvature

flow level set equation, Robert Eymard, Angela Handlovičov=E1, and

Karol Mikula

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

Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 09:54:26 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 24(8)**

NONLINEARITY

Volume 24, Issue 8, August 2011

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication

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Pages: R51--66, 2119--2382

INVITED ARTICLE, R51

Tibetan singing bowls, Denis Terwagne and John W M Bush

PAPERS

2119, On the dynamics in the one-dimensional piston problem, Igor

Gorelyshev

2143, A nonlinear adiabatic theorem for coherent states, R\'emi Carles

and Clotilde Fermanian Kammerer

2165, Hypocoercivity of linear degenerately dissipative kinetic

equations, Renjun Duan

2191, Well-posedness of the Cauchy problem for the magnetic Zakharov

type system, Boling Guo and Jingjun Zhang

2211, Shrinkers, expanders, and the unique continuation beyond generic

blowup in the heat flow for harmonic maps between spheres, Pawe{\l}

Biernat and Piotr Bizo\'n

2229, Higher analogues of the discrete-time Toda equation and the

quotient-difference algorithm, Paul E Spicer, Frank W Nijhoff and

Peter H van der Kamp

2265, Formal matched asymptotics for degenerate Ricci flow

neckpinches, Sigurd B Angenent, James Isenberg and Dan Knopf

2281, Asymptotic models for the generation of internal waves by a

moving ship, and the dead-water phenomenon, Vincent Duch\^ene

2325, Dimensional entropy over sets and fibres, Piotr Oprocha and

Guohua Zhang

2347, Centre manifold reduction approach for the lubrication equation,

G Kitavtsev, L Recke and B Wagner

2371, Concentration bounds for entropy estimation of one-dimensional

Gibbs measures, J-R Chazottes and C Maldonado

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