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- New Book, Integral Equation Methods in Scattering Theory
- New Book, Numerical Computing with Modern Fortran
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- Software Developer Position, Owlstone, Cambridge
- Faculty Positions, Computational Math, Univ of Alabama
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- Postdoc Position, High-order Multi-physics ALE, LLNL
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From: Michal Kocvara m.kocvara@bham.ac.uk

Date: November 20, 2013

**Subject: PENLAB: A MATLAB solver for nonlinear semidefinite optimization**

We are proud to announce the release of the first version of PENLAB.

PENLAB is a free open source software package implemented in MATLAB(r)

for nonlinear optimization, linear and nonlinear semidefinite

optimization and any combination of these. The main attention was

given to clarity of the code rather than tweaks to improve its

performance. This should allow users to better understand the code and

encourage them to edit and develop the algorithm further.

PENLAB is a young brother of our code PENNON and of a new

implementation from NAG: it can solve the same classes of problems and

uses the same algorithm. Unlike PENNON, PENLAB is open source and

allows the user not only to solve problems but to modify various parts

of the algorithm. As such, PENLAB is particularly suitable for

teaching and research purposes and for testing new algorithmic ideas.

PENLAB is distributed under GNU GPL license and should be supported on

all MATLAB versions starting from R2008a.

The distribution package includes the full source code and precompiled

mex-functions, user's manual and also an internal (programmer's)

documentation. Many examples provided in the package show various ways

of calling PENLAB and handling NLP-SDP problems.

PENLAB can be downloaded from

http://web.mat.bham.ac.uk/kocvara/penlab/

Jan Fiala (NAG), Michal Kocvara (Birmingham), Michael Stingl (Erlangen)

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From: J. M. Littleton littleton@siam.org

Date: November 23, 2013

**Subject: Call for Nominations, Peter Henrici Prize 2015**

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS - Peter Henrici Prize 2015

The Peter Henrici Prize is awarded every four years jointly by ETH

Zurich and SIAM for original contributions to applied analysis and

numerical analysis and/or for exposition appropriate for applied

mathematics and scientific computing. The award is intended to

recognize broad and extended contributions to these subjects, more

than a single outstanding work.

The Henrici Prize will be awarded at ICIAM 2015 to be held August

10-14, 2015, in Beijing, P. R. China. The award will include a

certificate containing the citation, a cash award of US$5000, and an

invitation to present a lecture at the congress. Reasonable travel

expenses for attendance at the congress will also be reimbursed.

A nomination should include a letter of nomination, including a

description of the contributions, a CV of the candidate, and up to

(but no more than) six (6) letters of support. Nominations should be

addressed to Professor Qiang Du, Chair, Peter Henrici Prize Selection

Committee, and sent by MAY 1, 2014, to the e-mail address given in the

call for nominations at

http://www.siam.org/prizes/nominations/nom_henrici.php. Inquiries

should be addressed to J. M. Littleton at Littleton@siam.org.

Complete calls for nominations for SIAM prizes can be found at

http://www.siam.org/prizes/nominations.php.

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From: Bruce Bailey bailey@siam.org

Date: November 18, 2013

**Subject: New Book, Integral Equation Methods in Scattering Theory**

Announcing the November 15, 2013, publication by SIAM of:

Integral Equation Methods in Scattering Theory, by David Colton and

Rainer Kress

2013 / xvi + 271 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611973-15-0 / List Price

$92.00 / SIAM Member Price $64.40 / Order Code CL72

This classic book provides a rigorous treatment of the Riesz–Fredholm

theory of compact operators in dual systems, followed by a derivation

of the jump relations and mapping properties of scalar and vector

potentials in spaces of continuous and Hölder continuous functions.

These results are then used to study scattering problems for the

Helmholtz and Maxwell equations.

Readers will benefit from a full discussion of the mapping properties

of scalar and vector potentials in spaces of continuous and Hölder

continuous functions, an in-depth treatment of the use of boundary

integral equations to solve scattering problems for acoustic and

electromagnetic waves, and an introduction to inverse scattering

theory with an emphasis on the ill-posedness and nonlinearity of the

inverse scattering problem.

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

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

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From: Bruce Bailey bailey@siam.org

Date: November 22, 2013

**Subject: New Book, Numerical Computing with Modern Fortran**

Announcing the November 15, 2013, publication by SIAM of:

Numerical Computing with Modern Fortran, by Richard J. Hanson and Tim

Hopkins

2013 / viii + 247 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611973-11-2 / List Price

$89.00 / SIAM Member Price $62.30 / Order Code OT134

The Fortran language standard has undergone significant upgrades in

recent years (1990, 1995, 2003, and 2008). Numerical Computing with

Modern Fortran illustrates many of these improvements through

practical solutions to a number of scientific and engineering

problems.

Readers will discover techniques for modernizing algorithms written

in Fortran; examples of Fortran interoperating with C or C++

programs, plus using the IEEE floating-point standard for efficiency;

illustrations of parallel Fortran programming using coarrays, MPI,

and OpenMP; and a supplementary website with downloadable source

codes discussed in the book.

To order or for more about this book, including links to its table of

contents, preface, and index, please visit http://www.ec-

securehost.com/SIAM/OT134.html.

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From: Rodrigo Platte icosahom2014-questions@sci.utah.edu

Date: November 23, 2013

**Subject: ICOSAHOM, USA, Jun 2014**

ICOSAHOM, International Conference on Spectral and High-Order Methods

June 23-27 2014, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

http://www.icosahom2014.org/

Minisymposium Proposal: Submission Deadline, December 15 2013

The 10th International Conference on Spectral and High-Order Methods,

will be hosted by the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, on

June 23-June 27, 2014. The purpose of this conference series is to

bring together researchers and practitioners with an interest in the

theoretical, computational and applied aspects of high-order and

spectral methods for the solution of differential equations.

Plenary speakers: Susanne Brenner, Martin Costabel, Sigal Gottlieb,

Thomas Hagstrom, Ricardo Nochetto, Per-Olof Persson, Jennifer Ryan,

Thomas Wihler

All interested participants are encouraged to submit a minisymposium

proposal. For submission guidelines as well as additional conference

information, please visit the conference webpage:

http://www.icosahom2014.org/

If you have questions, please email us at

icosahom2014-questions@sci.utah.edu

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From: Artem Napov emg2014@ulb.ac.be

Date: November 25, 2013

**Subject: European Multigrid Conference, Belgium, Sep 2014**

12th European Multigrid Conference

September 9 - 12, 2014

Leuven, Belgium

http://metronu.ulb.ac.be/EMG2014

The next European Multigrid Conference will be held in September 2014

at Irish College in Leuven (Belgium), from Tuesday 9 to Friday 12.

Conference topics include (but are not limited to): algebraic

multigrid, multigrid for systems of PDEs, parallel multigrid, non PDE

applications, industrial applications, multilevel optimization,

Schwarz and domain decomposition methods, multiscale modeling,

data-sparse representations, sparse grids.

Confirmed plenary speakers are: Hans De Sterck (University of

Waterloo), Wolfgang Hackbusch (Max Planck Institute), Arne Nägel

(Frankfurt University), Luke Olson (University of Illinois), Dorit Ron

(Weizmann Institute of Science), Giovanni Samaey (University of

Leuven), Rob Scheichl (University of Bath), Klaus Stüben (Fraunhofer

Institute), Philippe Toint (University of Namur), Wim Vanroose

(University of Antwerp)

Abstracts: submission via conference homepage;

Deadline is May 15, 2014 (authors of "early" abstracts

received by January 15 will be notified by February 15)

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From: Lara Jamieson lara.jamieson@owlstone.co.uk

Date: November 19, 2013

**Subject: Software Developer Position, Owlstone, Cambridge**

http://www.owlstonenanotech.com/company/careers/2013-senior-software-developer

2013-SSD Senior Software Developer

Owlstone are looking for a senior software developer to be responsible

for prototype and product software across its three business units

(industrial, scientific instrumentation, and defence and

security). Our products are used for chemical analysis, detection and

classification with users ranging from factory technicians to

analytical chemists, the military and first-responders and our core

technology has won a string of awards, most recently a Nokia Sensing

XCHALLENGE commendation.

We are seeking a candidate with experience specifying and developing

software for hardware products, across a range of operating systems.

Although much of the day-to-day work will involve writing and

maintaining code, you will also need to be able to take a step back

from implementation, and have the ability to translate user

requirements for a range of products into specifications for system

software and user tools, and to communicate the proposed approach

clearly to management.

Owlstone is a small, dynamic, friendly company where everyone can make

a real impact on the success of the company. The multi-disciplinary

team is based in Cambridge UK, and includes Microsystems, Electronics,

Software, Mechanical, Chemistry and Manufacturing departments who all

work closely on designing, prototyping, testing and productising our

innovative instruments. We offer a competitive salary package

including share options.

If you would like to join us, send a CV and letter telling us why you

fit the role to careers@owlstone.co.uk. Quote reference 2013-SSD.

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From: Shan Zhao szhao@ua.edu

Date: November 19, 2013

**Subject: Faculty Positions, Computational Math, Univ of Alabama**

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Alabama invites

applications for two tenure-track positions in computational

mathematics at the Assistant Professor level starting on August 16,

2014.

The preferred research areas for these two positions will be:

1. Numerical Linear Algebra in Data Mining with application to any

field of science and engineering.

2. Computational Mathematics/Statistics in Data Mining with the focus

being specifically in the area of Cyber-Security. Candidates in

other areas of computation will also be considered.

Candidates must possess a doctorate in mathematics, statistics, or a

closely related field. Applicants must apply online at

https://facultyjobs.ua.edu/postings/34368 and

https://facultyjobs.ua.edu/postings/34378, and arrange for three

letters of recommendation, one of which may address teaching, to be

sent to math@ua.edu. The review process starts on December 1, 2013

and continues until the position is filled.

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From: Misha Kilmer misha.kilmer@tufts.edu

Date: November 20, 2013

**Subject: Assistant Professor Position, Scientific Computing, Tufts Univ**

TUFTS UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position

Scientific Computing

Applications are invited for a tenure-track assistant professor

position in Scientific Computing, to begin September 1, 2014.

Applicants must hold a doctorate by the beginning of the appointment,

and must show promise of outstanding research in the area of

Scientific Computing. Potential for excellence in college- level

teaching also required. Preference will be given to candidates who

show strong potential for interaction with existing applied

mathematics research efforts in the department, including

computational PDEs, computational neuroscience, numerical linear

algebra, computational fluid dynamics, and inverse problems.

Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a

research statement, and a teaching statement. These documents should

be submitted electronically through http://www.mathjobs.org. In

addition, applicants should arrange for three letters of

recommendation to be submitted electronically on their behalf through

http://www.mathjobs.org. If a recommender cannot submit online, we

will also accept signed PDF attachments sent to

Christoph.Borgers@tufts.edu or paper letters mailed to SC Search

Committee Chair, Department of Mathematics, Bromfield-Pearson Hall,

Tufts University, Medford, MA 02155.

Review of applications will begin on December 15, 2013 and will

continue until the position is filled.

Tufts University is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity

employer. We are committed to increasing the diversity of our

faculty. Members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged

to apply.

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From: Tzanio Kolev tzanio@llnl.gov

Date: November 22, 2013

**Subject: Postdoc Position, High-order Multi-physics ALE, LLNL**

There is an immediate opening for a postdoc in the Center for Applied

Scientific Computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the

area of high-order finite element methods for multi-physics

simulations involving coupled arbitrary Lagrangian- Eulerian (ALE)

hydrodynamics and multi-group radiation diffusion. The successful

candidate will design and analyze new finite element discretization

algorithms, develop software on massively parallel computers, conduct

investigations into the performance of the methods, and work in a

multidisciplinary team environment that encourages participation in

the academic research community while focusing on problems of interest

to LLNL programs. For full text and to apply, go to

https://careers-

prd.llnl.gov/psc/careers/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/s/WEBLIB_LL.VIEW_JOBS_LL.FieldFormula.IScript

_View_Jobs_LL?KEYWORD=11879

or visit http://jobs.llnl.gov and search for posting 11879.

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From: Thomas Strohmer strohmer@math.ucdavis.edu

Date: November 18, 2013

**Subject: Postdoc Position, Mathematics, UC Davis**

POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IN MATHEMATICS University of California, Davis

The Department of Mathematics at the University of California, Davis,

is soliciting applications for a Postdoctoral Scholar position with a

starting date between March 2014 and October 2014. To be considered

for the Postdoctoral Scholar position, the Department seeks applicants

with a strong knowledge base in Sparse Approximations, Compressive

Sensing, Numerical Algorithms and/or Optimization. A Ph.D. in

Mathematics or the equivalent is required by August 31, 2014. The

position requires working on research related to a defense-based

project (sponsored by DTRA/NSF), led by Professor Thomas Strohmer. The

research is concerned with developing theory and algorithms for phase

retrieval, hyper spectral imaging, and signal recovery in connection

with threat detection. The candidate should also have excellent

programming skills in Matlab. The annual salary of this position is

$60,000, plus some travel funds. The position carries no teaching

duties the first two years, but teaching may be possible upon

request. The third year may be a 9-month position with 50% teaching

and 50% research. The appointment is renewable for a total of up to

three years, assuming satisfactory performance. The UC Davis Math and

Applied Math programs have been ranked among the nation’s top programs

by the National Research Council in its most recent report. Additional

information about the Department may be found at

https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/. Our postal address is Department of

Mathematics, University of California, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA

95616-8633. Applications will be accepted until the positions are

filled. To guarantee full consideration, the application should be

received by December 15, 2013 by submitting the AMS Cover Sheet and

supporting documentation electronically through

http://www.mathjobs.org/. The University of California is an

affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

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From: Paul Constantine paul.constantine@mines.edu

Date: November 21, 2013

**Subject: PhD Fellowship Position, Computational Science**

The Colorado School of Mines Department of Applied Mathematics and

Statistics is pleased to announce the Ben L. Fryrear Ph.D. Fellowship

in Computational Science. The fellowship includes up to four years of

full tuition, benefits, $33k yearly stipend, and a budget for

conference travel. The first six semesters will consist of research

activities with Dr. Paul G. Constantine, the Ben L. Fryrear Assistant

Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Research areas of

interest include but are not limited to: uncertainty quantification;

dimension reduction and reduced-order modeling; algorithms for

high-performance computing; computational methods for differential

equations; and data analysis and visualization.

For the final two semesters, the Fryrear Fellow will be the instructor

of record for an undergraduate mathematics class.

Applicants must meet all requirements for admission to the graduate

program in computational and applied mathematics. Preference will be

given to applicants with a strong background in computational

science. To apply, follow the standard procedure for applying to

graduate school at CSM; the deadline is February 1, 2014. Directions

can be found at http://www.mines.edu/graduate_admissions

Additionally, applicants should send a curriculum vitae and a two-page

personal statement addressing research interests and qualifications to

fryrear.fellowship@mines.edu by February 1, 2014. Early submission of

these documents is strongly encouraged. For more information about the

Fryrear Fellowship, go to

http://inside.mines.edu/~pconstan/fryrear.html

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From: Henning Meyerhenke meyerhenke@kit.edu

Date: November 21, 2013

**Subject: PhD Position, Parallel Algorithms, KIT Karlsruhe**

You love algorithms, their analysis and efficient implementation? You

are looking for a PhD position?

The group "Theoretical Computer Science / Parallel Computing" at the

Department of Informatics of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

(Germany) is inviting applications for the full-time position of a

PhD Student / Research Assistant (m/f) (pay grade 13 TV-L)

starting in February 2014 or later.

Please find more info on the position, the applicant's requirements,

and the submission procedure at:

http://parco.iti.kit.edu/Stellenausschreibung-ParCo-english-Nov-2013.pdf

Submission deadline: Dec 8, 2013

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From: Tan Bui tanbui@ices.utexas.edu

Date: November 21, 2013

**Subject: PhD Positions, Fall 2014, ICES, UT Austin**

The Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (CSEM)

Graduate Program at the Institute for Computational Engineering and

Sciences (ICES, http://www.ices.utexas.edu) at The University of Texas

at Austin is now accepting applications for Fall 2014.

The CSEM Program is an interdisciplinary program that prepares

students for the field of computational and mathematical modeling.

Students complete advanced coursework in three areas:

- Applicable mathematics

- Numerical analysis and scientific computation

- Mathematical modeling and applications

Premier 4-year fellowships are available for qualified students. These

fellowships provide an annual stipend, full tuition benefits, and an

allocation for health insurance. All applicants to the PhD program

are considered for financial support.

Application deadline is December 15, 2013. See website below for

admissions information. Questions should be directed to

camgrad@ices.utexas.edu.

http://www.ices.utexas.edu/graduate-studies/

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From: Axel Ruhe ruhe@kth.se

Date: November 18, 2013

**Subject: Contents, BIT Numerical Mathematics, 53 (4)**

BIT NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS

Volume 53 . Number 4 . December 2013

Preface to BIT 53:4,

A. Ruhe 821

Mean-square A-stable diagonally drift-implicit integrators of weak

second order for stiff Itô stochastic differential equations,

A. Abdulle . G. Vilmart . K.C. Zygalakis, 827

A constructive approach to cubic Hermite Fractal Interpolation

Function and its constrained aspects, A.K.B. Chand . P. Viswanathan,

841

G-symplecticity implies conjugate-symplecticity of the underlying

one-step method, R. D’Ambrosio . E. Hairer . C.J. Zbinden, 867

Numerical integration based on trivariate C2 quartic spline quasi-

interpolants, C. Dagnino . P. Lamberti . S. Remogna, 873

Some issues related to double rounding, É. Martin-Dorel . G. Melquiond

. J.-M. Muller, 897

Sparse tensor edge elements, R. Hiptmair . C. Jerez-Hanckes

. C. Schwab, 925

On the convergence of Ritz pairs and refined Ritz vectors for

quadratic eigenvalue problems, T.-M. Huang . Z. Jia . W.-W. Lin, 941

Robust dropping criteria for F-norm minimization based sparse

approximate inverse preconditioning, Z. Jia . Q. Zhang, 959

Convergence analysis of HSS-multigrid methods for second-order

nonselfadjoint elliptic problems, S. Li . Z. Huang, 987

Extended Chebyshev spaces in rationality, M.-L. Mazure, 1013

A memory-efficient model order reduction for time-delay systems,

Y. Zhang . Y. Su, 1047

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From: Badih Ghusayni badih@future-in-tech.net

Date: November 21, 2013

**Subject: Contents, Intl J of Mathematics and Computer Science, 8 (2)**

Contents, International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science

http://ijmcs.future-in-tech.net

Vol. 8, no. 2, 2013

1) A Note on Stable Matchings by Adam Blumenthal and Peter Johnson

2) New Computational Results on some Methods with Fortran in

Optimization by J. O. Omolehin, I. Abdullahi, and K. Rauf.

3) Indices of Distances: Characteristics and Detection of Abnormal

Points by Hicham Y. Abdallah.

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From: George Anastassiou ganastss@memphis.edu

Date: November 21, 2013

**Subject: Contents, J Applied Functional Analysis, 9 (1-2)**

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JOURNAL OF APPLIED FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

VOL. 9, NO.’S 1-2, 2014

On an Abstract Nonlinear Volterra Integrodifferential Equation with

Nonlocal Condition, Haribhau. L. Tidke, and Rupesh T. More, 13

Fixed Points and Orthogonal Stability of Functional Equations in

Non-Archimedean Spaces, Choonkil Park, Yeol Je Cho, Prasit Cholamjiak,

And Suthep Suantai, 25

On the Generalized Sumudu Transforms, S.K.Q. Al-Omari, 42

Lévy-Khinchin Type Formula for Elementary Definitizable Functions on

Hypergroups, A. S. Okb-El-Bab, and H. A. Ghany, 54

*-Regularity of Operator Space Projective Tensor Product of C*-

Algebras, Ajay Kumar, and Vandana Rajpal, 70

Chebyshev Cardinal Functions for Solutions of Transport Equation,

Paria Sattari Shajari, and Karim Ivaz, 81

Multiple Positive Solutions for Boundary Value Problem of Nonlinear

Fractional Differential Equation, A. Guezane-Lakoud, and S. Bensebaa,

87

Coupled Fixed Point Theorems in Cone Metric Spaces for a General Class

of G-contractions, M.O. Olatinwo, 98

Non-Linear Symmetric Positive Systems, Jaime Navarro, 108

On Expectation of Some Products of Wick Powers, Teresa Bermúdez,

Antonio Martinón, Emilio Negrín, 127

Solving Nonlinear Klein-Gordon Equation with High Accuracy

Multiquadric Quasi-Interpolation Scheme, M. Sarboland, and A.

Aminataei, 132

A Note on Strong Differential Subordinations using Sălăgean Operator

and Ruscheweyh Derivative, Alina Alb Lupaș, 144

New Iterative Algorithms with Errors for Approximating Zeroes of m-

accretive Operators, Heng-you Lan, and Yeol Je Cho, 153

Numerical Methods to Solving of Volterra Integro-Differential

Equations, Galina Y. Mehdiyeva, Mehriban N. Imanova, and Vagif R.

Ibrahimov, 164

Closed-Form Solutions to Discrete-Time Portfolio Optimization

Problems, Martin Bohner, and Mathias Göggel, 176

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

Date: November 18, 2013

**Subject: Contents, J of Scientific Computing, 57 (3)**

Journal of Scientific Computing

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

Volume 57, Number 3, December 2013

An Efficient Approximate Residual Evaluation in the Adaptive Tensor

Product Wavelet Method, Sebastian Kestler and Rob Stevenson,

pp.439-463.

Probabilistic Upper Bounds for the Matrix Two-Norm, Michiel

E. Hochstenbach, pp.464-476.

An O(NlogN) Fast Direct Solver for Partial Hierarchically

Semi-Separable Matrices, Sivaram Ambikasaran and Eric Darve,

pp.477-501.

Iterated Fast Collocation Methods for Integral Equations of the Second

Kind, Zhongying Chen, Guangqing Long, Gnaneshwar Nelakanti and

Yongdong Zhang, pp.502-517.

Strong Stability for Runge–Kutta Schemes on a Class of Nonlinear

Problems, Inmaculada Higueras, pp.518-535.

General DG-Methods for Highly Indefinite Helmholtz Problems,

J.M. Melenk, A. Parsania and S. Sauter, pp.536-581.

An Efficient High-Order Time Integration Method for Spectral-Element

Discontinuous Galerkin Simulations in Electromagnetics, Misun Min and

Paul Fischer, pp.582-603.

Two-Step Greedy Algorithm for Reduced Order Quadratures, Harbir Antil,

Scott E. Field, Frank Frank Herrmann, Ricardo H. Nochetto and Manuel

Tiglio, pp.604-637.

A Symmetry-Based Decomposition Approach to Eigenvalue Problems, Jun

Fang, Xingyu Gao and Aihui Zhou, pp.638-669.

A Spectral-Element Method for Transmission Eigenvalue Problems, Jing

An and Jie Shen, pp.670-688.

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From: SibJNM sibjnm@sscc.ru

Date: November 19, 2013

**Subject: Contents, Siberian J of Numerical Mathematics, 16 (4)**

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Volume 16, No. 4, 2013

For information to contributors and about subscriptions

see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

Artemiev S.S., Korneev V.D., Yakunin M.A., Numerical solution to

stochastic differential equations with a random structure on

supercomputers (in Russian), pp. 303-311

Zadorin A.I., Zadorin N.A., An analogue of Newton--Cotes formula with

four nodes for a function with a boundary-layer component (in

Russian), pp. 313-323

Mastryukov A.F., The numerical solution of the inverse problem for

Maxwell's equations based on the Laguerre functions (in Russian),

pp. 325-335

Nikolaev V.E., Ivanov G.I., Rozhin I.I., Numerical modeling of the

influence of heat exchange of reservoir beds with enclosing rocks on

gas production from a single well (in Russian), pp. 337-346

Okuonghae R.I., A class of A($\alpha$)-stable numerical methods for

stiff problems in ordinary differential equations (in Russian),

pp. 347-364

Rozhenko A.I., Shaidorov T.S., On spline approximation with a

reproducing kernel method (in Russian), pp. 365-376

Rybakov K.A., An approximate solution of the optimal nonlinear

filtering problem for stochastic differential systems by statistical

modeling (in Russian), pp. 377-391

Tarakanov V.I., Lysenkova S.A., Nesterenko M.V., The precession of a

parametric oscillation pendulum with the Cardano suspension (in

Russian), pp. 393-404

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