NA Digest, V. 16, # 26

NA Digest Thursday, July 07, 2016 Volume 16 : Issue 26

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Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs

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From: Ilya Loshchilov
Date: June 28, 2016
Subject: BBComp: Black-Box Optimization Competition, Call for participation

The Black Box Optimization Competition (BBComp) is the first
competition platform in the continuous domain where test problems are
truly black boxes to participants. The only information known to the
optimizer and participant is the dimension of the problem, bounds on
all variables, and a budget of black box queries.

The competition is also the first web/online black-box optimization
competition, it aims at attacking a growing impact of over-fitting of
optimization algorithms to a narrow set of existing benchmark
problems. The competition was run twice last year, attracting 25+28
participants, including some state-of-the-art commercial solvers. This
year the competition is extended to the area of multi-objective

All the material including the source code in C/C++, MATLAB, Python
and Java is available at . The results of the
competition will be announced during the GECCO'2016 on July 20-24,
Denver, USA. Participants do not need to attend the conference or
submit papers, they can choose to be anonymous to the other

The final submission deadline is July 15.

Ilya Loshchilov, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
Tobias Glasmachers, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

From: Nick Trefethen
Date: July 02, 2016
Subject: Chebfun3: Chebfun in 3D

The Chebfun team is pleased to announce the release of Chebfun v5.5.0.
This release introduces Chebfun3 for computation in a 3D box, due
to Behnam Hashemi. To learn about Chebfun3 see the users guide at and the examples at
To download, go to or

Chebfun v5.5.0 also offers SPIN3 for stiff PDEs in 3D,
SUMDISK for integrating bivariate functions over a disk,
and EXPLAIN for seeing in detail how the Chebfun constructor
chops a Chebyshev series.

From: Christian Schulz
Date: July 06, 2016
Subject: KaHiP v1.0 -- Karlsruhe High Quality Graph Partitioning

Release of KaHiP v1.00

We are proud to announce the release of a major update of our graph
partitioning framework KaHiP (Karlsruhe High Quality Graph
Partitioning). KaHiP is a family of high quality graph partitioning
programs. It contains various graph partitioning algorithms that can
be configured to either achieve the best known partitions for many
standard benchmark instances or to be a good tradeoff between
partition quality and running time. Since our first major release we
- advanced multilevel node separator algorithms based on max-flow
min-cut computations
- better support for social networks and web graphs by using
clustering-based contractions
- size-constraint label propagation
- a java interface as well as some bug fixes

The software is released under the GPL 2.0 License.

Open source implementation / website:

We are glad for any comments and error reports (or even bug fixes)
that you send us.

Peter Sanders and Christian Schulz,
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

From: Tzanio Kolev
Date: June 30, 2016
Subject: MFEM version 3.2

Version 3.2 of MFEM, a lightweight, general, scalable C++ library for
finite element methods, is now available at

The goal of MFEM is to enable high-performance scalable finite element
discretization research and application development.

It has many features, including:
- 2D and 3D, arbitrary order H1, H(curl), H(div), L2, NURBS elements.
- Parallel version scalable to hundreds of thousands of MPI cores.
- Conforming/nonconforming adaptive mesh refinement (AMR), including
anisotropic refinement, derefenement and parallel load balancing.
- Galerkin, mixed, isogeometric, discontinuous Galerkin, hybridized,
and DPG discretizations.
- Support for triangular, quadrilateral, tetrahedral and hexahedral
elements, including arbitrary order curvilinear meshes.
- Scalable algebraic multigrid, time integrators, and eigensolvers.
- Lightweight interactive OpenGL visualization with the MFEM-based
GLVis tool,

Some of the new additions in version 3.2 are:
- Dynamic AMR with parallel load balancing, derefinement of
non-conforming meshes.
- Tensor-based high-performance finite element operator assembly
and (matrix-free) evaluation.
- Support for discontinuous Galerkin and hybridization methods on
parallel non-conforming meshes.
- Support for Gmsh and CUBIT meshes.
- Secure socket communications in class socketstream based on GnuTLS.
- Four new serial and parallel example codes.

MFEM is being developed in CASC, LLNL and is freely available
under LGPL 2.1.

For more details, see the documentation at
and the full description at

From: Christian Himpe
Date: June 28, 2016
Subject: Software Release: emgr 4.0

emir - Empirical Gramian Framework Version 4.0 has been released.
Empirical Gramians are a tool for model reduction of (nonlinear)
input-output systems including combined state and parameter reduction.
emgr is an opensource Matlab toolbox (compatible with Octave) for
the computation of seven types of empirical Gramians:

Empirical Controllability Gramian
Empirical Observability Gramian
Empirical Linear Cross Gramian (+ Empirical Average Cross Gramian)
Empirical Cross Gramian (+ Empirical Non-Symmetric Cross Gramian)
Empirical Sensitivity Gramian (+ Empirical Robust Controllability
Empirical Identifiability Gramian
Empirical Joint Gramian (+ Empirical Cross-Identifiability Gramian)

More info about this model reduction software at:

From: Fernando Casas
Date: July 04, 2016
Subject: New Book, A Concise Introduction to Geometric Numerical Integration

A Concise Introduction to Geometric Numerical Integration, by Sergio
Blanes and Fernando Casas
218 pages / Hardcover /ISBN 9781482263428, Chapman and Hall/CRC /
List Price 71.20GBP

This book presents the main themes, techniques, and applications of
geometric integrators for researchers in mathematics, physics,
astronomy, and chemistry who are already familiar with numerical tools
for solving differential equations. It also offers a bridge from
traditional training in the numerical analysis of differential
equations to understanding recent, advanced research literature on
numerical geometric integration.

The motivation of geometric numerical integration is not only to
develop numerical methods with improved qualitative behavior but also
to provide more accurate long-time integration results than those
obtained by general-purpose algorithms. Accessible to researchers and
post-graduate students from diverse backgrounds, this introductory
book gets readers up to speed on the ideas, methods, and applications
of this field. Readers can reproduce the figures and results given in
the text using the MATLAB programs and model files available online.

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

From: Bruce Bailey
Date: June 27, 2016
Subject: New Book, Automatic Differentiation in MATLAB Using ADMAT

Automatic Differentiation in MATLAB Using ADMAT with Applications by
Thomas F. Coleman and Wei Xu
xii + 105 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-1-611974-35-5 / List Price
$59.00 / SIAM Member Price $41.30 / Order Code SE27

The calculation of partial derivatives is a fundamental need in
scientific computing. Automatic differentiation (AD) can be applied
straightforwardly to obtain all necessary partial derivatives (usually
first and, possibly, second derivatives) regardless of a code's
complexity. However, the space and time efficiency of AD can be
dramatically improved - sometimes transforming a problem from
intractable to highly feasible - if inherent problem structure is used
to apply AD in a judicious manner.

Automatic Differentiation in MATLAB using ADMAT with Applications
discusses the efficient use of AD to solve real problems, especially
multidimensional zero-finding and optimization, in the MATLAB
environment. This book is concerned with the determination of the
first and second derivatives in the context of solving scientific
computing problems with an emphasis on optimization and solutions to
nonlinear systems. The authors focus on the application rather than
the implementation of AD and solve real nonlinear problems with high
performance by exploiting the problem structure in the application of

To order or for more about this book, including links to its Table of
Contents, Preface, and Index, please visit

From: Frances Kuo
Date: June 30, 2016
Subject: High-Dimensional Approximation (HDA 2017), Australia, Feb 2017

The 7th Workshop on High-Dimensional Approximation will be held at
UNSW in Sydney, Australia, on February 13-17, 2017. See the website

The High-Dimensional Approximation (HDA) Workshop is a series of
biennial international meetings covering current research on all
numerical aspects of high-dimensional problems. This seventh workshop
will be held at UNSW in Sydney (HDA2017), with participants again
welcomed from all around the world.

The scope of the seventh workshop ranges from high-dimensional
approximation theory over computational methods to engineering and
scientific applications. Topics include, but are not limited to,
Sparse grid methods; Quasi-Monte Carlo methods; Tensor decompositions;
Polynomial chaos expansions; Sparse approximations; Reduced basis
methods; Multi-level methods; Bayesian inversion; and Uncertainty
quantification. Participation is open to all interested in
high-dimensional computational mathematics and science. A key feature
of this workshop is that there are no parallel sessions and generally
all talks will be of equal length. Participants are welcome to
present work in progress and there will be time set aside for informal
discussions. The number of talks will be limited. It is not essential
that everyone gives a talk. Collaborators are encouraged to
coordinate and elect a representative to present joint work.

In this workshop we will honour and celebrate the 65th birthday of
Professor Markus Hegland. Markus is a founding member of the HDA
workshop series. He is also a well respected leader in computational
mathematics and optimization in Australia. We hope to take this
opportunity to engage the HDA global community with other
computational mathematics groups in Australia. To assist us with
planning, please go to the website at your earliest convenience to
register especially if you are interested in giving a talk. Travel,
visa and accommodation information is already available. More
information about registration fee payment and abstract submission
will be available on the website later in the year.

From: Des Higham
Date: July 06, 2016
Subject: Faculty Position, Applied Mathematics, Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of
Strathclyde is advertising a permanent position at the UK lecturer

We invite applicants with research interests in fluid dynamics,
continuum mechanics, soft matter modelling and industrial mathematics.
Candidates working in applied analysis, numerical analysis, scientific
computing, network theory, and data analysis are also encouraged to

For further information, see

From: Tuen Wai Ng
Date: June 29, 2016
Subject: Tenure-Track Position, Mathematics, The Univ of Hong Kong

Tenure-Track Professor (1 post) in the Department of Mathematics, The
University of Hong Kong (Ref.: 201600852)

Applications are invited for a tenure-track appointment as Professor
in the Department of Mathematics, to commence from September 1, 2017
or as soon as possible thereafter. The appointment will initially be
made on a three-year term basis, with the possibility of renewal. The
Department of Mathematics provides a solid general undergraduate
education in mathematics, offers supervision in graduate study for
students with a strong interest in and a capacity for mathematics, and
engages in teaching and research aiming at a high international
standing. Information about the Department can be obtained at Candidates in all areas of Pure Mathematics
will be considered, with preference given to those working in Algebra,
Representation Theory and related areas. The appointee will be
expected to teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses, supervise
research students and also actively engage in outreach and service.

A globally competitive remuneration package commensurate with the
appointee's qualifications and experience will be offered. At current
rates, salaries tax does not exceed 15% of gross income. The
appointments will attract a contract-end gratuity and University
contribution to a retirement benefits scheme, totalling up to 15% of
basic salary, as well as annual leave, and medical benefits. Housing
benefits will be provided as applicable. Applicants should send a
completed application form, together with an up-to-date
C.V. containing information on educational and professional
experience, a complete list of publications, a survey of past research
and teaching experience, a research plan for the next few years, and a
statement on teaching philosophy to They should also
arrange for submission, to the same e-mail address as stated above,
three reference letters from senior academics. One of these senior
academics should be asked to comment on the applicant's ability in
teaching, or the applicant should arrange to have an additional
reference letter on his/her teaching sent to the same e-mail address
as stated above. Please indicate clearly which level they wish to be
considered for and the reference number in the subject of the e-mail.
Application forms (341/1111) can be downloaded at and further particulars can be
obtained at Review of applications will start
from December 1, 2016 and continue until June 30, 2017. The
University thanks applicants for their interest, but advises that only
candidates shortlisted for interviews will be notified of the
application result.

From: Blanca Ayuso de Dios
Date: June 29, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Numerical Analysis, TUHH

The Institute of Mathematics at the Technical University of Hamburg
(TUHH) offers one Research Associate (postdoc) position starting
October 1st, 2016 or earlier as agreed. Salary grade 13
TV-L. Duration of employment 4 years. The application deadline is set
to July 18th, 2016. Identification number: H-16-99

The post doc position is in the field of Numerical Analysis and
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, to work in
collaboration with Prof. Blanca Ayuso de Dios (email: Topics of current interest include development
and analysis non standard finite element methods, such as
Discontinuous Galerkin methods, compatible discretizations and virtual
element methods; numerical techniques for high dimensional problems
and multilevel and domain decomposition methods. The PDEs arise
typically from different applications in Continuum Mechanics, Plasma
Physics and Kinetic equations. The job holder's responsibilities
include independent research and holding classes in the new program of
Techno-Mathematics and the usual administrative duties.

Profile: the successful candidate should hold a Doctoral degree / PhD
in Sciences (Mathematics) or Engineering (either already completed or
to be completed by the end of 2016) and should also have demonstrated
experience in research and (if possible in) teaching.

The application package should contain: letter of intent, scientific
CV, description of future research plans, list of publications, talks
and teaching record (if any), at least two names of possible contacts
for references.

Please, send your application with the above mentioned documents,
preferably by email to: and
specify in the subject the identification number: H-16-99 of the

Further Information for application:
in english:
in german:

If you have any questions please contact Prof Blanca Ayuso de Dios

From: Malte Braack
Date: July 04, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Numerical Mathematics, Kiel Univ

The University of Kiel offers a PostDoc position at the interface
between Numerical Mathematics and Ocean Sciences.

Requirements: The applicant is expected to have a Ph.D. in Mathematics
or Ocean Sciences with a background in Numerical Analysis or Numerical
Modelling. He/she should have a knowledge in at least one Ocean
Sciences model or another numerical software library for partial
differential equations. The candidate should be familiar with the
development and enhancement of existing simulation software, have a
thorough knowledge of programming languages such as C, C++, Fortran90,
and experience in using parallel computer codes. Adequate language
skills in English are required. Didactic skills should also be

Conditions: The candidate will work in an interdisciplinary team with
close contacts to scientists from the Departments of Mathematics,
Computer Science and Ocean Sciences. The position will be filled as
soon as possible until end of 09/2017. It is a full-time position with
a salary according to TV-L 13.

Applications and contact: Please submit your application in paper or
electronic format including a cover letter that indicates your main
area of interest, your CV, publication list, information on previous
research, university diplomas (in one pdf document) before July 15,
2016 to

Prof. Dr. Malte Braack
Mathematical Seminar
University of Kiel
Ludewig-Meyn-Str. 4
24098 Kiel, Germany


The official advertisement is published (in german) at

From: Laurent Demanet
Date: June 30, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Positions, MIT

The Department of Mathematics, and the Department of Earth,
Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) at MIT jointly invite
applications for two postdoctoral positions broadly in the areas of 1)
geophysical inversion and uncertainty quantification, and 2) radar
imaging, remote sensing, and super-resolution. Review of applications
will begin on July 1, 2016. There is flexibility in the starting
date. Don't hesitate to signal your interest early if you will be on
the off-cycle job market (e.g. graduation in December 2016), or if you
are already planning for the next academic year.

Please see for details, and for job
openings at other levels (graduate student, intern).

Laurent Demanet and Aime Fournier

From: Tim Burns
Date: June 29, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Positions, NIST

The Applied and Computational Mathematics Division (ACMD) of the
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) invites
applications for two-year NRC postdoctoral research positions at NIST
Laboratories in Gaithersburg, Maryland and Boulder, Colorado. NIST is
a Federal government research laboratory specializing in measurement
science. ACMD consists of some 43 full-time professional staff, along
with part-time faculty appointees and guest researchers. Staff members
engage in collaborative research with scientists throughout NIST,
providing expertise in applied mathematics, mathematical modeling, and
computational science and engineering.

Research areas of interest include combinatorial and discrete
algorithms, computational materials science, computational fluid
dynamics, computational electromagnetics, computational biology,
orthogonal polynomials and special functions, applied optimization and
simulation, combinatorial software testing, data mining, immersive
visualization, parallel and distributed algorithms, quantum
information science, and statistics for quantum systems. Of
particular interest are candidates whose interests also overlap with
the thrusts of recent Federal initiatives, including the National
Strategic Computing Initiative
high-performance-computing) and the Materials Genome Initiative
(, especially in the area of uncertainty
quantification for modeling and simulation.

Candidates and their research proposals are evaluated in a competitive
process managed by the National Research Council (NRC) Associateship
Programs. The current stipend is $67,588 per year. For further
details, see
opportunities.cfm. Application deadlines are August 1, 2016 and
February 1, 2017. Appointments commence within one year of
selection. For questions, contact Timothy Burns, NIST
is an equal opportunity employer. The NRC Associateship Program at
NIST is restricted to US citizens.

From: Bernard Haasdonk
Date: June 30, 2016
Subject: Postdoc/PhD Position, Numerical Analysis, Univ of Stuttgart

We welcome applications for a research associate position in the
research group ``Numerical Mathematics'' at the IANS, University of
Stuttgart, Germany. The position with the designated salary bracket
TV-L E13 100% is to be filled as soon as possible and has a limited
tenure of 2 years with possible extension.

The position is affiliated to a DFG-funded project "Certified model
reduction for coupled mechanical systems". This is a joint endeavour
between Engineering (ITM, Prof. J. Fehr) and Mathematics (IANS,
Prof. B. Haasdonk) with a research affiliate in each of the two
groups. Here we announce the position for the research associate in
Mathematics. The goal of the project is to develop certified model
reduction techniques for coupled multibody systems, where the bodies
are modelled by linear elasticity, while being nonlinearly
coupled. Aspects of the model reduction comprise component-based
reduction, port-reduction, a-posteriori error control, and certified
coupled reduced simulation of real-world models. The goal is in
particular to enable error quantification with commercial multibody

Therefore, the highly motivated candidate should idealy have a MSc or
PhD degree in Mathematics or a related discipline with strong
mathematical focus. In particular we expect a background in numerical
analysis for ODEs. Additionally, solid knowledge in model reduction
and mechanics are desired. Good programming skills (MATLAB) are
essential for developing a joint software tool. Applications with the
usual documents (letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, degrees and
certificates, course list, contact information of 2 referees) should
be sent electronically as single PDF file to
Prof. Dr. Bernard Haasdonk,
Review of applications will start July 19th 2016.

From: Karl Meerbergen
Date: July 02, 2016
Subject: PhD/Postdoc Positions, Linear Algebra, KULeuven/Computer Science

There are open positions on numerical linear algebra in the department
of Computer Science KULeuven, Belgium for a PhD student and a postdoc.
The research topic is, in principle free, but the topic should be
related to the group's work on nonlinear eigenvalue problems, model
order reduction, or large scale linear algebra. The description of a
particular research project can be found at For
more information and for application, send an e-mail with resume and
motivation letter to

From: Gunther Reissig
Date: June 30, 2016
Subject: PhD Position, Fully automated controller synthesis for UAV missions

Abstraction-based controller synthesis is a relatively recent approach
whose key advantage over classical synthesis methods is that it
permits to solve control problems for nonlinear continuous-state
plants described by ordinary differential equations in a fully
automated, correct-by-construction fashion, even for rather complex
control objectives and in the presence of uncertainties and
disturbances. The approach relies on finite-state approximations
("abstractions") of continuous-state plants described by ordinary
differential equations. These abstractions are used as substitutes of
the original plants in the synthesis process, to reduce the synthesis
problem to the solution of an auxiliary, purely discrete synthesis
problem. The stipendiary is expected to advance both theory and
computational methods to facilitate the practical applicability of the
approach to the synthesis of controllers enforcing temporal logic
specifications on UAVs. The focus is on synthesis algorithms that are
both efficient and formally correct, and on the reduction of the
complexity of the resulting controllers. The project involves
theoretical work, algorithm and software development, and, on a small
scale, experimental work.

The monthly scholarship is 1575 Euros (tax-free) and is generally
awarded for a three-year period. The stipendiary is entitled to
participate in training and courses at the Graduate School at
Technical University Munich, or through the Graduate Program at the
National Aeronautics and Space Research Center (DLR). Additional
funding for technical equipment, conferences or publications as well
as for rent and public transport can be granted in the amount of 6100
Euros per year. No teaching duties; stipendiary is expected to do
research full time.

Application deadline: July 15, 2016


From: Cornelia Böhnstedt
Date: July 03, 2016
Subject: PhD Position, Pharmacometrics & Computational Disease Modelling

The Graduate Research Training Program PharMetrX: Pharmacometrics &
Computational Disease Modelling is an interdisciplinary PhD program
bridging pharmacy and mathematics. PharMetrX provides its graduate
students a unique opportunity to experience research in drug
development and optimising drug therapy.

PharMetrX offers:
- a transdisciplinary research environment and research program
- a competitive 3.5 years research fellowship
- a structured research training curriculum of specifically
designed academic and industrial modules
- a joint supervision of the scientific progress by both program chairs
- an individual research and development plan
- an individual mentorship from one of the industry partners

We are currently inviting applications to start the PharMetrX PhD
program in March 2017. PharMetrX PharMetrX is open to candidates with
a university degree in pharmacy, mathematics/statistics, natural
sciences or medicine.

Deadline for applications: September 15th, 2016.
For details see

PharMetrX is a joint program of the Freie Universität Berlin and the
Universität Potsdam, supported by several global research-driven
pharmaceutical companies.

Charlotte Kloft & Wilhelm Huisinga
Program Chairsmore information and for application, send an e-mail with resume and
motivation letter to

From: Piotr Matus
Date: June 29, 2016
Subject: Contents, Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics, 2016 (3)



Stability and Experimental Comparison of Prototypical Iterative
Schemes for Total Variation Regularized Problems, Bartels, Sören /
Milicevic, Marijo

A Robust Weak Galerkin Finite Element Method for Linear Elasticity
with Strong Symmetric Stresses, Chen, Gang / Xie, Xiaoping

Space-Time Discontinuous Galerkin Discretizations for Linear
First-Order Hyperbolic Evolution Systems, Dörfler, Willy / Findeisen,
Stefan / Wieners, Christian

A Hybridizable Discontinuous Galerkin Method for the Time-Harmonic
Maxwell Equations with High Wave Number, Feng, Xiaobing / Lu, Peipei /
Xu, Xuejun

A Note on Multilevel Based Error Estimation, Harbrecht, Helmut /
Schneider, Reinhold

Characterization of Extreme Points of Multi-Stochastic Tensors, Ke,
Rihuan / Li, Wen / Xiao, Mingqing

An Adaptive Finite Element Multi-Mesh Approach for Interacting
Deformable Objects in Flow, Ling, Siqi / Marth, Wieland / Praetorius,
Simon / Voigt, Axel

Computational Comparison of Surface Metrics for PDE Constrained Shape
Optimization, Schulz, Volker / Siebenborn, Martin

Two-Level Spline Approximations for Two-Dimensional Navier-Stokes
Equations, Shao, Xinping / Han, Danfu / Hu, Xianliang

On the Inf-Sup Constant of a Triangular Spectral Method for the Stokes
Equations, Su, Yanhui / Chen, Lizhen / Li, Xianjuan / Xu, Chuanju

From: Fikret Aliev
Date: June 28, 2016
Subject: Contents, Applied and Computational Mathematics, 15 (2)

Applied and Computational Mathematics an International Journal
Vol.15, No.2, June 2016

A Survey of Krylov-Based Methods for Model Reduction in Large- Scale
MIMO Dynamical Systems, K. Jbilou

Existence and Approximation of Positive Solutions for Nonlinear
Fractional Integro-Differential Boundary Value Problems on an
Unbounded Domain, L. Zhang, B. Ahmad, G. Wang

Quasilinearization for Higher Order Impulsive Fractional Differential
Equations, Y. Huang, Z. Liu, R. Wang

Frequency Response of a Pre-Stressed Metal Elastic Plate Under
Compressible Viscous Fluid Loading, S.D. Akbarov, M.I. Ismailov

On the Existence of Periodic Solutions of Functional Differential
Equations of the Third Order, C. Tunc

Using Two Collocation Methods to Solve the Black-Scholes Partial
Differential Equation of American Options, M. Moradipour, S.A. Yousefi

Spectral Method Based on Bernstein Polynomials for Coupled System of
Fredholm Integral Equations, M. Alipour, D. Baleanu, K. Karimi

Four Stages Symmetric Two-Step P-Stable Method with Vanished Phase-Lag
and its First, Second, Third and Fourth Derivatives, F. Hui,
T.E. Simos

On a Generalized Sequential Partially Covering Problem, F. Nuriyeva

From: Ed Saff
Date: July 05, 2016
Subject: Contents, Constructive Approximation, 44 (1)

Constructive Approximation, Volume 44 Number 1
Table of Contents

Distributed Noise-Shaping Quantization: I. Beta Duals of Finite Frames
and Near-Optimal Quantization of Random Measurements, Evan Chou,
C. Sinan Güntürk

On Nikol'skii Inequalities for Domains in R^d, Z. Ditzian, A. Prymak

Dualizable Shearlet Frames and Sparse Approximation, Gitta Kutyniok,
Wang-Q Lim

L^p-Norms and Mahler's Measure of Polynomials on the n-Dimensional
Torus, Andreas Defant, Mieczyslaw Mastylo

Total Positivity in Stable Semigroups, Thomas Simon

Schwarz Iterative Methods: Infinite Space Splittings, Michael Griebel,
Peter Oswald

Spectral Properties of Unbounded Jacobi Matrices with Almost Monotonic
Weights, Grzegorz Swiderski

Constructive Approximation
An International Journal for Approximations and Expansions
Published by Springer

From: Raimondas Ciegis
Date: June 30, 2016
Subject: Contents, Mathematical Modelling and Analysis, 21 (4)

The Baltic Journal on Mathematical Applications, Numerical Analysis
and Differential Equations
ISSN 1392-6292, ISSN 1648-3510 online, Electronical edition:

Volume 21, Number 4, July 2016

Wei Liu and Jintao Cui, Anisotropic Quasi-Wilson Element with
Conforming Finite Element Approximation for Coupled Continuum
Pipe-Flow/Darcy Model in Karst Aquifers

Andris Buikis, Harijs Kalis and Ilmars Kangro, Special Splines of
Exponential Type for the Solutions of Mass Transfer Problems in
Multilayer Domains

Zhihong Zhao, Yingzhen Lin and Jing Niu, Convergence Order of the
Reproducing Kernel Method for Solving Boundary Value Problems

Dang Van Hieu, Parallel Extragradient-Proximal Methods for Split
Equilibrium Problems

Irina Astashova,
On Asymptotic Classification of Solutions to Fourth-Order
Differential Equations with Singular Power Nonlinearity

Samet Erden, H\"{u}seyin Budak and Mehmet Zeki Sarikaya, An Ostrowski
Type Inequality for Twice Differentiable Mappings and Applications

Masoud Hajarian, Gradient Based Iterative Algorithm to Solve General
Coupled Discrete-Time Periodic Matrix Equations over Generalized
Ref{}lexive Matrices

Ratno Bagus Edy Wibowo, Takashi Suzuki and Ryo Takahashi, A
Mathematical Study on the System of Partial Differential Equations
Describing Reverse-Flow Reactor

Mohammad Masjed-Jamei, Edward Omey and Sever S. Dragomir, A Main Class
of Integral Inequalities with Applications

From: Fikret Aliev
Date: June 30, 2016
Subject: Contents, Proc Institute of Applied Mathematics, 5 (1)

Proceedings of the Institute of Applied Mathematics, V.5, N.1, 2016
ISSN 2225-0530,

On the construction of general solution of the generalized Sylvester
equation, Fikret. A. Aliev, V. B. Larin

On a solvablity of some equations related with s-functions of the
discrete Sturm-liouville equation, A.Kh. Khanmamedov, L.K. Asadova

Completeness of some normal modal logics, G. Oner

Limit theorems for the random walk described by the autoregression
process of order one, F.H. Rahimov, I.A. Ibadova, A.D. Farkhadova,
T. E. Hashimova

Numerical solution to discrete systems of block structure with
boundary conditions unshared between blocks, K.R. Aida-zade,
D.A. Asadova

APQWs in complex plane: Application to Fredholm integral equations,
M. Gachpazan, H. Beiglo, M. Erfanian

Investigation of the solutions of the Cauchy problem and boundary-
value problems for the ordinary differential equations with
continuously changing order of the derivativ,e N.A. Aliev,
R.H. Akhmedov

Some common fixed point theorems of compatible maps with integral type
contraction in G-metric spaces, R. Shah, A. Zada

Composite piezoelectric transducers for acoustic oil exploration and
improvement of the filtration properties of the oil lagers,
N.M. Veliev, M.A. Kurbanov, N.A. Ismayilov, I.S. Ramazanova, M.M.
Mutallimov, G.Kh. Guseynova, Z.A. Dadashov, S.R. Kalantarov

Asymptotic method to the solution of the identification problems for
the dynamic systems, Fikret A. Aliev, N.A. Ismayilov, A.A. Namazov,
M.F. Radjabov

Normal and rectifying curves in Galilean space G3, H. Öztekin

Some space inverse problems for determining hydraulic resistance's
coefficients in the lifting in oil production, Fikret A. Aliev,
N.A. Aliev, A.P. Guliev

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