NA Digest Monday, May 27, 2013 Volume 13 : Issue 22

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From: Douglas N Arnold <>
Date: Wed, 22 May 2013 14:07:49 +0100
Subject: Forum of Mathematics, Sigma and Pi

We (Doug Arnold, Nick Higham, and Arieh Iserles) are writing as
the computational mathematics cluster of the editorial board
of the new journals Forum of Mathematics, Sigma and Forum of
Mathematics, Pi to invite excellent submissions. Sigma and Pi,
which are published by Cambridge University Press, have just began
publication. They publish peer-reviewed research in mathematics of
the highest standard, and are completely open-access. This means
that all accepted papers will be freely accessible online to anyone
in perpetuity. Moreover, no article processing charges will be
required of authors or anyone else for at least three years.

Sigma is an open access alternative to leading specialist
mathematics journals, such as the top journals in numerical
analysis. Pi is for papers of the highest quality and importance
which are of interest to a broad range of mathematicians, beyond a
specialist community. For both, peer review will be overseen by
an international editorial board of a very high calibre. Papers
will also benefit from professional copyediting, typesetting,
reference linking, etc. Articles are posted online as soon as
they are accepted and processed.

We believe that the Forum of Mathematics journals represent an
exciting new opportunity in scholarly mathematical publication,
combining Open Access with attention to rigour and high standards,
and that it is vital that computational mathematics is strongly
represented. We invite strong submissions from the NA Digest
community. For more information or to submit a paper, please see: for Sigma and for Pi.

Doug Arnold, Nick Higham, and Arieh Iserles


From: SbastienLeDigabel <>
Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 21:27:10 -0400
Subject: New Release of NOMAD for Blackbox Optimization

We are pleased to announce the release of NOMAD version 3.6.0 which is
available at

NOMAD is a software package for simulation-based optimization. It can
efficiently explore a design space in search of better solutions for a
large spectrum of optimization problems. For an overview of what NOMAD
can do, take a look at the user guide posted at

In addition of fixing several bugs the new release features a
reformated user guide and an extension of the OrthoMADS algorithm to
efficiently use n+1 directions in addition of the 2n version.

The NOMAD team, École polytechnique of Montreal and GERAD.


From: Eugene L Wachspress <>
Date: Wed, 22 May 2013 10:35:21 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: New Book, The ADI Model Problem

Springer just released an updated edition of my 1995 monograph on The
ADI Model Problem. In addition to earlier development for real and
complex spectra with application to solution of partial differential
equations and Lyapunov and Sylvester equations, new material includes
analysis of low rank equations and similarity reduction of
nonsymmetric matrices to small bandwidth Hessenberg form and of
general matrices to a sum of low rank matrices, MATLAB programs are
given for all methods analyzed and are available on line from


From: George Anastassiou <>
Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 19:29:03 -0400
Subject: New Book, AMAT 2012 Proceedings

Advances in Applied Mathematics and Approximation Theory
Contributions from AMAT 2012
Series: Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, Vol. 41
Anastassiou, George A.; Duman, Oktay (Eds.)
2013, XIX, 486 p. 31 illus., 11 illus. in color.


From: "McDaniel, Emily" <>
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 13:58:36 -0400
Subject: On Growth and Form: Mathematics, Physics and Biology, USA, Sep 2013

ICERM is pleased to announce the MPE2013 Simons Public Lecture by L.
Mahadevan: On Growth and Form: Mathematics, Physics and Biology.
Registration information can be found on the ICERM website at (

"On Growth and Form: Mathematics, Physics and Biology" will run from
6:30pm - 8:00pm on September 24, 2013 in Salomon Hall, Brown

Speaker: L. Mahadevan, Harvard University
Hosted by: Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in
Mathematics (ICERM)
Sponsored by: Simons Foundation

Please use the online registration listed above to obtain your ticket.
Any questions can be directed to Lauren Barrows,


From: "McDaniel, Emily" <>
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 15:01:49 -0400
Subject: ICERM Semester Programs, USA, Sep-Dec 2014

ICERM is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications
for our Fall 2014 semester programs and workshops. Application forms
can be found on the ICERM website at .

ICERM's Fall 2014 semester program, High-dimensional Approximation
runs from September 8 - December 5, 2014 (

Three workshops will take place during this Spring semester program:

Information-Based Complexity and Stochastic Computation, September 15 - 19, 2014

Approximation, Integration, and Optimization, September 8 - October 3, 2014

Discrepancy Theory Workshop,, October 27 - 31, 2014

Please use the online application listed above to apply. Any
questions can be directed to Lauren Barrows,


From: Timo Reis <>
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 16:01:38 +0200
Subject: Mathematical Systems Theory, Germany, Mar 2014

Elgersburg (Germany) March 16 - 22, 2014

Control of Hybrid Systems
- Professor Andrew Teel Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
- Professor Rafal Goebel, Loyola University Chicago

Mathematical Biology
- Professor Stuart Townley, University of Exeter, UK
- Dr Chris Guiver, University of Exeter,UK

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

Due to the limited number of places there will be an application
procedure for participation at the school. Applicants are asked to
provide their CV and a letter of reference from their supervisor. The
deadline for applications is November 30, 2013. The organizers will
then rank the applications according to excellence and suitability. A
list of all participants will be available on the web site by January
15, 2014.

For further information please see


From: Gitta Kutyniok <>
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 16:03:59 -0400
Subject: Matrix Computations for Sparse Recovery, Germany, Apr 2014

Matrix Computations for Sparse Recovery
Berlin, April 9-11, 2014

The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers in in
Applied and Numerical Linear Algebra, Matrix Theory, and Mathematical
Signal- and Image Processing, working at or interested in, the
intersection of these fields for compressive sensing and sparse
recovery. The aim is to discuss recent developments, promote
cross-discipline interaction, and foster new developments and

Plenary speakers are:

David Gross (U Freiburg)
Reinhold Schneider (TU Berlin)
Thomas Strohmer (UC Davis, USA)
Joel Tropp (CalTech, USA)

Contributions in the form of talks or posters are welcome with the
deadline of December 31, 2013.

Further details, in particular on the registration process and
abstract submission, are available at


From: Simon Shaw <>
Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 16:51:31 +0100
Subject: Chair Position, Brunel Univ

Mathematics Sciences at Brunel University is seeking to appoint an
outstanding individual as Professor of Mathematics/Statistics. The
successful applicant will have an excellent international profile,
world-leading research and will complement our existing strengths in
either Continuum Mechanics, Applied Analysis, Numerical Analysis or in
Finance, Statistics and Operational Research. They will have a record
of excellence in research leadership, including an ability to attract
funding to their research programme, and be able to develop a research
group within the department. The successful candidate will have a
strong publication record and will be able to demonstrate coherent
future research plans.

For informal enquiries please contact:
Dr Steven Noble, Head of Department of Mathematical Sciences,
email:, Tel: +44 (0)1895 265619

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 18 June 2013

For further details and to apply please visit


From: Stefan Ulbrich <>
Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 17:09:21 +0200
Subject: Junior Professorship (W1) Position, Discrete-Nonlinear Optim, TU Darmstadt

The Graduate School of Computational Engineering (CE) and the
Department of Mathematics at Technische Universität Darmstadt invite
applications for a

Junior Professorship (W1) for Discrete-Nonlinear Optimization

in the Department of Mathematics.

Candidates applying for the professorship should have expertise in
discrete or nonlinear optimization and the combination of both in
particular. Thus, applications from the area of discrete optimal
control are also welcome.

The Graduate School CE has been recognized as a center for top-level
research and scientific excellence by the highly competitive
"Excellence Initiative" of the German Federal and State Governments in
2007 and 2012. Within the framework of the Graduate School the TU
Darmstadt intends to further strengthen its expertise in the field of
Computational Engineering and in the area of optimization and
numerical analysis/stochastics in particular. The Graduate School is
embedded into an excellent environment at TU Darmstadt consisting of
the Computational Engineering Research Center, a variety of Research
and Research Training Groups, Collaborative Research Centers and
existing BSc/MSc study programs in Computational Engineering.

The candidates will have excellent opportunities for interaction
within this stimulating, interdisciplinary environment and are
expected to develop a high quality research program. The Graduate
School will support the activities by PhD scholarships related to each
position in order to establish a Junior Research Group.

Participation in graduate level teaching is expected. Teaching
languages are English or German.

Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent qualifications in the above
or related areas. The prerequisites according to § 64 HHG (Hessisches
Hochschulgesetz) apply. The doctorate and the experience as
post-doctoral researcher should not have exceeded a total of 6 years.

The position is initially assigned for three years. Given a positive
evaluation at the end of the initial period, the appointment can be
extended by three more years. A tenure track is not planned. The
salary follows the German W-Besoldung (Hessisches
Professorenbesoldungsgesetz - HPBesG) at level W1.

The Technische Universität Darmstadt intends to increase the number of
female faculty members and encourages female candidates to apply. In
case of equal qualifications applicants with a degree of disability of
at least 50 or equal will be given preference.

Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application, a
curriculum vitae, research records and teaching records to the
following address quoting the given reference number:

Graduate School of Computational Engineering
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. M. Schäfer, Dean
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Dolivostraße 15
64293 Darmstadt

web: www.graduate

Code. No. 152.
Application deadline: 31-May-2013


From: Isabel Figueiredo <>
Date: Sat, 25 May 2013 09:04:26 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Position, Computational Mathematics, Univ of Coimbra


The CMUC|Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Sciences and
Technology of the University of Coimbra (under the project below)
invite applications for an one-year Postdoctoral Position in
Computational Mathematics, beginning September 2013 (or earlier
July/August 2013).

The focus of the research is on imaging sciences and scientific
computing. It involves variational image processing, image analysis,
partial differential equations, numerical analysis, optimization,
visualization, and inverse problems in imaging, with applications in
medicine and earth observation imagery.

Applicants should have a PhD in Mathematics or Computational Sciences
and Engineering (preferably obtained after December 31, 2010). The
position obeys to the Portuguese scholarship system and the
corresponding salary is €1495 per month (tax free). No teaching duties
are associated with the position.

Applicants should send by email to the following
information :
- Curriculum vitae (publication list included).
- Statement of research interests (one page maximum, describing
concisely scientific interests and the relation with the proposed
post doctoral position).
- Names and email-addresses of at least two scientists willing to
provide references.

Period for applications : from June 06th to June 20th, 2013.

This position is funded by the research project “Advances in Image
Processing and Inverse Problems: Applications in Medical and Earth
Observation Imagery, and Biomathematics, PTDC/MAT-NAN/0593/2012“ -
Research project of FCT (Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia,

Contact for further information:
Isabel M. Narra Figueiredo ( ).


From: Coulaud Olivier <>
Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 12:19:35 +0200
Subject: Postdoc Position, Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest

POSITION AVAILABLE: Postdoctoral position at the Inria Bordeaux
Sud-Ouest (France),

A Postdoctoral position is available to work on research project
related to compute a subset of eigenpairs in computational chemistry.
The project involves high performance algorithms (e.g., solving very
large eigenvalue problems) in the study of the infrared spectra of

Applicants must have a good background in numerical linear algebra in
a broad sense, as well as experience in parallel scientific computing
and parallel programming. Knowledge in physics/chemistry, especially
in topics related to materials science, is desirable but not
essential. A Ph.D. in Computer Science or a field related to
scientific computing is required.

For more information, or to apply online, access the following link

Other post-doctoral applications are available at

Closing date for receipt of applications: June 14th, 2013

Position Start Date: October 1, 2013 (it might be possible to
accommodate a later starting date; up to December, 2013)


From: Ilaria Perugia <>
Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 13:30:18 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Univ of Vienna

At the University of Vienna two positions of University Assistant
(post doc) at the Faculty of Mathematics (40 hours/week; duration of
employment 4 years; starting September 1, 2013) are open.

The application deadline is June 10, 2013.

Information for application:

Identification numbers of advertisements:
3924 (Finite Element approximation of PDE's)
3925 (Numerical Methods for PDE's)

Areas of work: Finite Element Approximation of PDE's/Numerical Methods
for PDE's, or related fields.

The advertised post doc positions are associated with the chair for
Numerics of Partial Differential Equations of Prof. Ilaria Perugia
(email: Topics of current interest to
the group include non standard finite element methods, such as
Discontinuous Galerkin methods, finite elements with operator-based
(Trefftz) approximating spaces, and mimetic/virtual element methods,
for problems arising in acoustics, electromagnetics, and
reaction-diffusion. The job holder's responsibilities include
independent research and holding classes due to extent regulations of
wage agreement and the usual administrative duties.

Profile: A Doctoral degree / PhD or similar qualification is required
for all candidates as well as experience in teaching and
research. Past research should be documented by publications in
recognized scientific journals.

The application package should contain:
- letter of intent,
- scientific CV,
- description of future research plans,
- list of publications and talks,
- teaching record,
- letter of recommendation.

Applications including a letter of motivation (English) should be sent
via Job Center to the University of Vienna
( no later than 10.06.2013 and be
referenced to the identification numbers (either 3924 or 3925).

For further information please contact Rindler, Harald
+43-1-4277-50600, Ben Salem-Schedlberger, Waltraud +43-1-4277-50651,
Kretzschmar, Gudrun +43-1- 4277-56001, +43-1-4277-50601, Weisgram,
Martina +43-1-4277-50610, Griesmayr, Elisabeth +43-1-4277-56002,
Perugia, Ilaria.

The University of Vienna intends to increase the number of women on
its faculty, particularly in highlevel positions, and therefore
specifically invites applications by women. Among equally qualified
applicants women will receive preferential consideration. Human
Resources and Gender Equality of the University of Vienna.


From: "R. Bradley Shumbera, Ph.D." <>
Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 11:00:36 -0400
Subject: Postdoc/PhD Positions, KAUST Numerical Porous Media (NumPor)

The Numerical Porous Media (NumPor) Strategic Research Initiative at
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) has several
postdoc and Ph.D. student positions available in the integrated area
of porous media modeling and simulations. NumPor is uniquely
positioned to contribute to porous media research in several
directions including subsurface applications and industrial porous
materials, and interact with industry in the region.

We are looking for postdocs and Ph.D. students with experience in
modeling and simulations in porous media. Specific areas of expertise

1. Multiscale simulation in filtration. Required Experience:
developing algorithms and software for CFD applications; modeling and
simulation of solid-liquid, or gas-liquid separation; C++; team
work. Desired experience in some of the fields of: multiscale
problems; simulation of particle trajectories under different forces
(for spherical and/or for non-spherical, rigid and/or non-rigid
particles); fluid interaction with porous structures; HPC;
collaboration with industry.

2. Fuel cells. Required Experience: developing algorithms and software
for multiphase flow in porous media; modeling and simulation of
multiphysics problems; C++. Desired experience: working with DuMuX and
DUNE; multiscale problems; HPC; team work.

3. Porous media modeling and simulations. Required Experience:
multiscale modeling; excellent computational skills; knowledge of
fluid and solid mechanics and fluid-structure interactions; team work.

4. Dynamic data-driven application systems (DDDAS). smart sensor
experience; network communications; numerical methods for nonlinear
time dependent partial differential equations is a plus; programming
in C or C++ and Python; experience with parallel computers.

For Ph.D. students - The positions are open for those majoring in
Applied and Computational Math, Computer Science, and Engineering. The
positions will be allocated among NumPor projects that include:
theoretical, computational, and industrial projects. Team work is
expected. The PhD fellow will report to the professor and will be
encouraged to interact with other NumPor researchers. Ph.D. students
are expected to attend frequent short courses offered by renowned
international visitors and learn state-of-the-art porous media
software tools developed by NumPor researchers.

Salary is highly competitive. Excellent benefits are provided which
include housing and medical insurance for employees (including
Ph.D. students) and immediate family members.

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is an
international research university. The campus is located on the Red
Sea in Thuwal which is near Jeddah, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Please send your application to Dongming Li at
<>. For more information regarding the research in
NumPor you can also contact Victor Calo <>, Craig
Douglas <>, Yalchin Efendiev
<>, Oleg Iliev
<>, or visit


From: Anthony Papavasiliou <>
Date: Sat, 25 May 2013 21:28:57 +0200
Subject: PhD and Postdoc Positions, Stochastic Optim in Energy, CORE (UCL)

The Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE) is
announcing one PhD and one Post-Doc opening at the Applied Mathematics
department of the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), Belgium.

The research will focus on stochastic optimization in energy, with an
emphasis on renewable energy integration, demand response and parallel
computing. Researchers will have the opportunity to access one of the
largest supercomputers in the world in a quest to extend the state of
the art in energy systems planning and operations.

The stimulating research environment of CORE is supported by faculty
whose expertise covers a wide range of domains in optimization,
energy, statistics and economics. Researchers will also have the
opportunity to interact with US collaborators. UCL is located a half
hour away from Brussels, in the heart of Europe and the European

Applications are due August 23, 2013 or until the positions are
filled. For additional details regarding the research projects,
benefits, and application material please email Anthony Papavasiliou
at or consult the following link:


From: Giorgio Fotia <>
Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 10:45:21 +0200
Subject: Contents, Comm in Applied and Industrial Mathematics, 3(2)

Communications in Applied and Industrial Mathematics (CAIM)
Vol 3, No. 2, 2012

Full articles are online at

Table of Contents


Construction of nearly conservative multivalue numerical methods for
Hamiltonian problems, Raffaele D'Ambrosio, Giuseppe De Martino,
Beatrice Paternoster

Numerical solution of two-dimensional fractional diffusion equations
by a high-order ADI method, Moreno Concezzi, Renato Spigler

A Ginzburg-Landau model in superfluidity, Alessia Berti, Valeria Berti

Partition of unity algorithm for two-dimensional interpolation using
compactly supported radial basis functions, Roberto Cavoretto

Energetic BEM-FEM coupling for wave propagation in layered media,
Alessandra Aimi, Mauro Diligenti, Chiara Guardasoni, Stefano Panizzi

From discrete to continuous reachability for a robot’s finger model,
Anna Chiara Lai, Paola Loreti

Trivariate quartic splines on type-6 tetrahedral partitions and their
applications, Catterina Dagnino, Paola Lamberti, Sara Remogna

Technical Notes

Corneal geometry: preprocessing the map of curvature before
compressing, Licia Lenarduzzi


From: Anna-Ulla Gardiner <>
Date: Wed, 22 May 2013 12:22:13 +0100
Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 26(6)

Volume 26, Issue 6, June 2013

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

Pages: 1529-1824


1529, Travelling water waves with compactly supported vorticity, Jalal
Shatah, Samuel Walsh and Chongchun Zeng

1565, The Lie--Poisson structure of the reduced {\em n}-body problem,
Holger R Dullin

1581, An extension of Glimm's method to the gas dynamical model of
transonic flows, Ying-Chin Su, John M Hong and Shih-Wei Chou

1599, An averaging theorem for a perturbed KdV equation, Huang Guan

1623, The slow recurrence and stochastic stability of unimodal
interval maps with wild attractors, Simin Li and Qihan Wang

1639, Bubble extinction in Hele-Shaw flow with surface tension and
kinetic undercooling regularization, Michael C Dallaston and Scott W

1667, Spectral maximum entropy hydrodynamics of fermionic radiation: a
three-moment system for one-dimensional flows, Zbigniew Banach and
Wieslaw Larecki

1703, Singularities and non-hyperbolic manifolds do not coincide,
N\'andor Sim\'anyi

1719, Equilibrium measures for the H\'enon map at the first
bifurcation, Samuel Senti and Hiroki Takahasi

1743, Limit theorems for random walks on a strip in subdiffusive
regimes, D Dolgopyat and I Goldsheid

1783, On the 2D compressible Navier--Stokes system with
density-dependent viscosities, Bernard Ducomet and \v S\'arka Ne\v

1799, Joint distribution of the first and second eigenvalues at the
soft edge of unitary ensembles, N S Witte, F Bornemann and P J

1823, Erratum: Bifurcations from one-parameter families of symmetric
periodic orbits in reversible systems, Kazuyuki Yagasaki


From: Badih Ghusayni <>
Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 15:56:05 -0400
Subject: Contents, Intl J of Mathematics and Computer Science, 8(1)

Vol. 8, no, 1, of the International Journal of Mathematics and Computer
Science is out with the following articles:

An Integral Inequality for Probability Spaces, P. Johnson, D. Soybas

Ontology-based Solution for Data Warehousing in Genetic Neurological
Disease, H.Tout, K. Tout, D. Awad.

Introduction of an Elementary Method to Express zeta(2k+1) in Terms of
zeta(2k) with k=1,2,3,..., K. Fujii, T. Suzuki

These articles can be downloaded freely via


From: ijnam <>
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 13:22:24 +0800
Subject: Contents, Intl J of Numerical Analysis and Modeling, 10(2)

Contents: International Journal of Numerical analysis and modeling

Volume 10, Number 2 (2013), Contents

R. Ingram, Unconditional convergence of high-order extrapolations of
the Crank-Nicolson finite element method for the Navier-Stokes

T. Lin and D. Sheen, The immersed finite element method for parabolic
problems using the Laplace transformation in time discretization

C. Jung and T. Nguyen, Semi-analytical numerical methods for
convection-dominated problems with turning points

S. Dumont and J.-B. Duval, Numerical investigation of the decay rate
of solutions to models for water waves with non local viscosity

H. Zhu and Z. Zhang, Local Error Estimates of the LDG Method for 1-D
Singularly Perturbed Problems

J. Cheng, X. Huang, S. Shu, J. Xu, C. Zhang, S. Zhang and Z. Zhou, A
phase field based PDE constrained optimization approach to time
discrete Willmore flow

Z. Chen, D. Cheng, W. Feng and T. Wu, An optimal 9-point finite
difference scheme for the Helmholtz equation with PML

E. Creuse, S. Nicaise, Z. Tang, Y. Menach, N. Nemitz and F. Piriou,
Residual-based a posteriori estimators for the *T/ ? * magnetodynamic
harmonic formulation of the Maxwell system

L. Wei and Y. He, Numerical analysis of the fractional seventh-order
KdV equation using an implicit fully discrete local discontinuous
Galerkin method

P. Kalita, Convergence of Rothe scheme for hemivariational
inequalities of parabolic type

M. Braack and N. Taschenberger, Hierarchical a posteriori residual
based error estimators for bilinear finite elements

S. Bajpai, N. Nataraj and A. Pani, On fully discrete finite element
schemes for equations of motion of Kelvin-Voigt fluids


From: Chi-Wang Shu <>
Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 09:37:45 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing, 56(1)

Journal of Scientific Computing
Volume 56, Number 1, July 2013

High-Order Convergence of Spectral Deferred Correction Methods on
General Quadrature Nodes, Tao Tang, Hehu Xie and Xiaobo Yin, pp.1-13.

Mimetic Discretizations of Elliptic Control Problems, Paola
F. Antonietti, Nadia Bigoni and Marco Verani, pp.14-27.

Extrapolated Multirate Methods for Differential Equations with
Multiple Time Scales, Emil M. Constantinescu and Adrian Sandu,

Quasi-Compact Finite Difference Schemes for Space Fractional Diffusion
Equations, Han Zhou, WenYi Tian and Weihua Deng, pp.45-66.

An Optimized Low-Dissipation Monotonicity-Preserving Scheme for
Numerical Simulations of High-Speed Turbulent Flows, Jian Fang,
Zhaorui Li and Lipeng Lu, pp.67-95.

Efficient MFS Algorithms for Problems in Thermoelasticity,
A. Karageorghis and L. Marin, pp.96-121.

A New Multiple-relaxation-time Lattice Boltzmann Method for Natural
Convection, Rui Du and Wenwen Liu, pp.122-130.

Optimal Error Estimates of Two Mixed Finite Element Methods for
Parabolic Integro-Differential Equations with Nonsmooth Initial Data,
Deepjyoti Goswami, Amiya K. Pani and Sangita Yadav, pp.131-164.

A compact scheme for the streamfunction-velocity formulation of the 2D
steady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in polar coordinaes,
P.X. Yu and Zhen F. Tian, pp.165-189.

Locally Implicit Time Integration Strategies in a Discontinuous
Galerkin Method for Maxwell's Equations, Stephane Descombes, Stephane
Lanteri and Ludovic Moya, pp.190-218.


From: Maya <>
Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 23:37:59 +0200
Subject: Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 19(6)

Contents of Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications
Vol 19, Issue 6, 2012

Special Issue: Innovative methods and theories in numerical algebra

Editorial: Innovative methods and theories in numerical algebra,
Zhong-Zhi Bai, Iain S. Duff, Lothar Reichel and Zhong-Ci Shi,

Square regularization matrices for large linear discrete ill-posed
problems, Marco Donatelli, Arthur Neuman and Lothar Reichel (pages

Block alternating splitting implicit iteration methods for
saddle-point problems from time-harmonic eddy current models,
Zhong-Zhi Bai (pages 914-936)

Moments of a linear operator, with applications to the trace of the
inverse of matrices and the solution of equations, Claude Brezinski,
Paraskevi Fika and Marilena Mitrouli (pages 937-953)

Linearization estimates of the backward errors for least squares
problems, Xin-Guo Liu and Na Zhao (pages 954-969)

Explicit high-order time stepping based on componentwise application
of asymptotic block Lanczos iteration, James V. Lambers (pages

A robust inner-outer hierarchically semi-separable preconditioner,
J. Xia (pages 992-1016)

A load balancing strategy for parallel computation of
sparse-permanents, Lei Wang, Heng Liang, Fengshan Bai and Yan Huo
(pages 1017-1030)


From: Maya <>
Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 23:51:13 +0200
Subject: Contents, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 20(1)

Contents of Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications
Vol 20, Issue 1, 2013

Optimal damping of selected eigenfrequencies using dimension
reduction, Peter Benner, Zoran Tomljanovic and Ninoslav Truhar
(pages 1-17)

A note on stable perturbations of Moore-Penrose inverses, Zhao Li,
Qingxiang Xu and Yimin Wei (pages 18-26)

A projection method to solve linear systems in tensor format,
Jonas Ballani and Lars Grasedyck (pages 27-43)

On condition numbers for Moore-Penrose inverse and linear least
squares problem involving Kronecker products, Huaian Diao, Weiguo
Wang, Yimin Wei and Sanzheng Qiao (pages 44-59)

Hermitian-type generalized singular value decomposition with
applications, Yonghui Liu and Yongge Tian (pages 60-73)

Finding off-diagonal entries of the inverse of a large symmetric
sparse matrix, Shawn Eastwood and Justin W. L. Wan (pages 74-92)

Two-grid methods for time-harmonic Maxwell equations, Liuqiang Zhong,
Shi Shu, Junxian Wang and J. Xu (pages 93-111)

A generalized structured doubling algorithm for the numerical solution
of linear quadratic optimal control problems, Volker Mehrmann and
Federico Poloni (pages 112-137)

Sensitivity analysis for the generalized singular value decomposition,
Xiao Shan Chen and Wen Li (pages 138-149)

The preconditioned inverse iteration for hierarchical matrices, Peter
Benner and Thomas Mach (pages 150-166)

End of NA Digest