- Today's Editor:
- Cleve Moler
- The MathWorks, Inc.
- moler@mathworks.com

- Math-Net Links to the Mathematical World
- Seeking Simple Graphics Library for X-windows
- Front-ends for Numerical Simulation Packages
- Errata List of TLS Book by S. Van Huffel and J. Vandewalle
- Workshop on Total Least Squares
- Winter School on Iterative Methods in Hong Kong
- Workshop on Applied Parallel Computing in Lyngby, Denmark
- Position at BEAM Technologies
- Position at CERFACS
- Position at Emory University
- Position at University of North Carolina
- Position at the Australian National University
- Postdoctoral Position at University of Minnisota
- New Journal, Computer Mathematics and its Applications
- Contents, Transactions on Mathematical Software
- Contents, SIAM Control and Optimizations

**URL for the World Wide Web:**
http://www.netlib.org/na-net/na_home.html
-------------------------------------------------------

From: Joachim Luegger <luegger@ZIB-Berlin.DE>

Date: Mon, 18 Sep 1995 07:56:45 +0200

**Subject: Math-Net Links to the Mathematical World**

I am glad to announce a new - yet experimental - WWW information service for

Mathematics, the

Math-Net Links to the Mathematical World

http://elib.zib-berlin.de:88/Math-Net/Links/math.html

The Math-Net Links are a first collection of about 700 mathematical resources

and related pointers into the Internet consisting of

o Math-Web, the core collection - ordered by subject - of pointers

to the mathematics information resources, including the field of

Scientific Computing,

o Math-Net, a collection - ordered by locations and names - of links

to mathematical institutions, centers and larger research

projects, at present most of them from Germany,

o The Mathematical Museum and Expositions, an extension of the

Math-Web into History, Art and Natural Sciences, with a couple of

exits to related virtual museums and exhibitions,

o Electronic Publishing, a collection reflecting discussions on

electronic publishing in mathematics, and also various pointers to

activities and projects related to the more general Digital

Libraries thema, and of

o Internet Resources, containing some pointers to specific Internet

archives which may be of value for the mathematical Internaut.

The Math-Net Links belong to the first steps of the "Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fuer

Informationstechnik Berlin" (ZIB) towards a "Distributed Information System for

Mathematics", a project planned by the "Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung"

(DMV) for the years from 1996 to 1998.

We will integrate the Math-Net Links into the server of the International

Mathematical Union (IMU) which is being build up at present by ZIB. You

may find the related URLs in the homepage of the Math-Net Links.

Naturally, we hope for suggestions, comments, and also critizism from you in

order to maintain this service in the long run, and to keep it up-to-date.

An activity of this kind lives from world wide contributions. We hope that

you have an idea how to improve this service.

Best regards,

Joachim Luegger

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From: Alexander Puhov <jxm1@ipp-garching.mpg.de>

Date: Mon, 18 Sep 1995 11:18:10 +0200 (MET DST)

**Subject: Seeking Simple Graphics Library for X-windows**

Dear Collegues,

I am making scientific simulations and need some simple graphics library

for display of the results in X-windows system. The subroutines should be

higher-level in comparison with Xlib and Motif and be able to:

1. Open a window for graphics (probably using Motif).

2. Plot in the window a pixel, line, and filled polygon in an arbitrary color.

3. (Optional) Plot an axis.

I shall be grateful, if somebody knows any place where to find such a

shareware.

Yours,

Alexander Puhov, E-mail: jxm1@ipp-garching.mpg.de

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From: Fred Hickernell <fred@fisher.math.hkbc.hk>

Date: Tue, 19 Sep 1995 16:23:38 +0800 (EAT)

**Subject: Front-ends for Numerical Simulation Packages**

My MSc student is developing a graphical front-end for numerical

simulations that is intended to be general in nature (that is, not

application specific). This front-end will track the simulation so that

the user can take corrective actions (modify parameters or terminate) as

necessary. The simulation might be the solution of a large system of

ODEs or PDEs, a large optimization problem, etc. The intended platform is

UNIX. Is anyone aware of similar work that has been done and can point us

to some references?

Thanks,

Fred

Fred J. Hickernell Email: fred@hkbu.edu.hk

Department of Mathematics Office: (852) 2339-7015

Hong Kong Baptist University Fax: (852) 2336-1505

Kowloon Tong, HONG KONG Home: (852) 2609-1816

------------------------------

From: Sabine Van Huffel <Sabine.VanHuffel@esat.kuleuven.ac.be>

Date: Thu, 21 Sep 1995 14:42:02 +0200

**Subject: Errata List of TLS Book by S. Van Huffel and J. Vandewalle**

Now that our book is being reprinted, I would like to tell you that a list of

errata for the first print of our book:

The Total Least Squares Problem: Computational Aspects and Analysis

Sabine Van Huffel and Joos Vandewalle

SIAM, Philadelphia, 1991

is available by anonymous ftp. Just ftp ftp.esat.kuleuven.ac.be,

cd pub/SISTA/vanhuffel, and get tlserrata.ps.Z.

Regards,

Sabine Van Huffel

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From: Sabine Van Huffel <Sabine.VanHuffel@esat.kuleuven.ac.be>

Date: Thu, 21 Sep 1995 14:09:15 +0200

**Subject: Workshop on Total Least Squares**

2nd International Workshop on

TLS and ERRORS-IN-VARIABLES MODELING

August 21--24, 1996

Leuven, Belgium

Announcement and Call for Papers

This interdisciplinary workshop is a continuation of a previous workshop

on ``Total Least Squares: Concepts, Algorithms, Applications'' which was

held in Leuven, Belgium, August 1991, and aims to bring together numerical

analysts, statisticians, engineers, economists, chemists, etc. in order to

discuss recent advances in Total Least Squares (TLS) techniques and

errors-in-variables modeling.

Papers are solicited for technical sessions on the following and related

topics:

TLS Concepts and Properties: structured and constrained TLS, other norms,

nonlinear errors-in-variables, curve fitting, statistical, numerical,

robustness and optimization aspects

TLS Algorithms: real-time, adaptive, recursive, iterative algorithms, based

on SVD or related decompositions, architectures, complexity, accuracy,

regularization, convergence

TLS Applications: array signal processing, model identification, spectrum

analysis, harmonic retrieval, direction finding, geology, chemistry

In particular, overview papers describing recent advances on any of the

above-mentioned topics are invited. Other topics related to TLS,

errors-in-variables modeling, and their applications are also welcome.

Authors are invited to submit four copies of an extended summary (2--4 pages)

to the workshop secretariat for review. Fax number and email should be

provided if possible. Overview papers will be presented as lecture, the

other ones in poster form. Authors of accepted contributions will be asked

to prepare a version for publication in the conference proceedings.

Submission of summary: February 15, 1996

Notification of Acceptance: April 1, 1996

Submission of camera-ready paper: July 1, 1996

Conference committee: Sabine Van Huffel (chairperson), Bart De Moor, Wayne

Fuller, Leon Gleser, Gene Golub, Bjorn Ottersten, Pete Stewart

Workshop secretariat: Ida Tassens <ida.tassens@esat.kuleuven.ac.be>

Dept. of Electrical Engineering, ESAT/SISTA,

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,

Kardinaal Mercierlaan 94, B-3001 Leuven-Heverlee, Belgium

tel : 32/16/32.17.09 fax : 32/16/32.19.86

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From: Raymond Chan <rchan@math.cuhk.hk>

Date: Wed, 20 Sep 1995 09:24:16 +0800 (EAT)

**Subject: Winter School on Iterative Methods in Hong Kong **

Winter School on Iterative Methods in

Scientific Computing and Their Applications

Second Announcement

Host by:

The Institute of Mathematical Sciences

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

December 14-20, 1995

Main Invited Lecturers and Sample Topics:

Tony Chan (UCLA): Domain Decomposition, Image Processing.

Jack Dongarra (U. of Tennessee): Algorithms, Libraries.

Howard Elman (U. of Maryland): Stokes problems, Oseen Problems.

Gene Golub (Stanford): History, Future, Inner-Outer Iterations.

Franklin Luk (RPI): Signal and Image Processing.

David Silvester (UMIST): FEM, Navier-Stokes Equations.

Gilbert Strang (MIT): Wavelets, Filters.

Henk van der Vorst (U. of Utrecht): Krylov Methods, Implementation.

Andy Wathen (UK): Stokes Problems, Preconditioning.

Jinchao Xu (Penn. State): Multilevel Methods, Convergence Theory.

School Model

It will be a seven-day school with 10 main invited speakers.

Each main speaker will give three 40-min lectures.

There will also be several other lectures given by

speakers from the Asian region. There will be 5-6

lectures per day except for the fourth day which will

be reserved for excursion or social activities.

Demonstration and exercise sessions will be at the end of each day.

Lecture notes of the School will be distributed to attendees.

Call for Posters

The School will have a poster session for participants to exhibit

their research results. Authors are invited to submit their papers

(maximum four pages) on any topics related to scientific computing.

Please send the papers electronically or in hard copy form to

Dr. K.M. Yeung

Department of Mathematics

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Shatin, Hong Kong

Email: kmyeung@cuhk.hk

Deadline for submission is December 1, 1995.

Registration

Registration fee is US$100 which includes all lecture notes

to be distributed at the School. To receive the registration

form, please send request to Dr. K.M. Yeung at address above.

A latex file of the form can be obtained by anonymous ftp at

ftp://ims.cuhk.hk/conf/winter/regis.tex.

General Information

Detail information of the School can be obtained at

http://www.math.cuhk.hk/conference/dec95/info.html.

------------------------------

From: Jerzy Wasniewski <unijw@unidhp1.uni-c.dk>

Date: Fri, 22 Sep 1995 17:13:29 +0200 (METDST)

**Subject: Workshop on Applied Parallel Computing in Lyngby, Denmark**

PARA96

WORKSHOP ON APPLIED PARALLEL COMPUTING IN

INDUSTRIAL PROBLEMS AND OPTIMIZATION

August 18-21, 1996

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT

ORGANIZERS:

UNI*C (The Danish Computing Centre for Research and Education)

IMM (The Institute of Mathematical Modelling of the Technical

University of Denmark.)

Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge Nat. Lab.

DATES:

August 18, 1996: Tutorial (topic to be announced later)

August 19-21,1996: PARA96 Workshop sessions

PLACE: Technical University of Denmark, DK-2800 Lyngby, DENMARK

PARTIAL LIST OF KEY SPEAKERS:

Jack Dongarra, Tennessee University & Oak Ridge Nat. Lab., USA

Bengt Fornberg, University of Colorado, USA

Gene Golub, Stanford University, USA

Panos Pardalos, University of Florida, USA

A limited number of contributed talks and Poster sessions

will be selected for the workshop.

DEADLINES:

Abstracts (no more than one A4 page): June 15, 1996

Papers (between 5 and 10 pages): July 31, 1996

The PARA96 Proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag

in their Lecture Notes on Computer Science series.

FURTHER INFORMATION:

The PARA96 WWW page: http://uniweb.uni-c.dk/para/para96.html

Anonymous ftp: ftp ftp.denet.dk (or 129.142.6.74)

anonymous

your email address

cd uni-c/unijw/para96

Mailing list: To subscribe, send a message to

listserv@listserv.uni-c.dk

containing

sub para-l yourname

Inquiries: PARA96, UNI*C, DTU, Bldg. 304

2800 Lyngby, Denmark

Attn: Jerzy Wasniewski

Email: workshop@uni-c.dk Fax: (+45) 45 93 02 20

Tel: (+45) 45 88 39 99 after the tone 2426

The PARA96 meeting will be followed by a linear programming

workshop, August 22-24, 1996, organized by the Institute of

Mathematical Modelling.

------------------------------

From: Gal Berkooz <gal@cam.cornell.edu>

Date: Mon, 18 Sep 95 12:22:52 EDT

**Subject: Position at BEAM Technologies**

Employment Opportunity

Title: Computational Software Development Specialist.

Start Date: 1/1/96. Location: Ithaca, NY.

Responsibilities: Develop partial differential equation simulation

applications using an innovative software tool developed by BEAM;

support users who are using the software tool and are developing

applications with it (both inside and outside of BEAM); Participate

in scientific research projects involving the development of new

PDE based algorithms and applications; Participate in the

development of the software substrate itself.

Qualifications and Experience:

% Ph.D. in applied math. or engineering with at least two

years of experience.

% Solid background in finite elements as witnessed by writing

at least one complex nonlinear finite element simulation

code.

% Experience with time dependent CFD simulation.

% Excellent computer and software development skills.

% At least two years of experience working in C++.

% Proven ability to work in a team.

% Excellent people, communication, and instructional skills.

% Motivation and desire to help users.

Salary and Benefits:

% Competitive salary commensurate with experience and

qualifications.

% Full benefits including 401K plan, health, vacation, etc.

% Stock option plan.

Send resume to:

President

c/o PDE search

BEAM Technologies, Inc.

110 N. Cayuga St.

Ithaca, NY

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From: Iain Duff <Iain.Duff@cerfacs.fr>

Date: Sun, 24 Sep 1995 10:56:50 +0100

**Subject: Position at CERFACS**

Position available at CERFACS

We are looking for someone at post-doc level with experience, interest,

and background (with publications) in both mathematics and computer

science.

The position is open in the framework of an ESPRIT contract in connection

with European reseach centres and industrial partners. For this project

we want someone with experience both in parallel computing and

optimization techniques. Basically, we have to identify the most

appropriate methods for solving optimization problems (arising in

Multi Body Simulation) suitable for a implementation on a parallel

platform. The type of target computer has to be selected according to the

parallel features of the selected numerical techniques, it may be either

shared memory multi-CPU workstation or network of computers. Once a

technique and a platform have been selected, the implementation will

have to be performed. Some issues related to parallel computing on a

network of computers will also be addressed (fault-tolerance, load

balancing, ...).

The research to be developed in the framework of this contract is clearly

industrially oriented.

The position is in the Parallel Algorithm Project at CERFACS,

where the main research activities are :

- Large sparse matrix calculations:

- direct linear solvers

- iterative linear solvers, preconditioning

- eigensolvers

- Domain decomposition

- Large scale nonlinear systems and optimization

- Reliability of numerical software

- Heterogeneous computing

For detailed information about CERFACS

URL address : http://www.cerfacs.fr/algor

For more information about Toulouse, the city where CERFACS is located

URL address : http://www.cict.fr/toulouse/EBienvenue.html

Please send email to giraud@cerfacs.fr

------------------------------

From: Dwight Duffus <dwight@mathcs.emory.edu>

Date: Mon, 18 Sep 1995 10:26:58 -0400

**Subject: Position at Emory University**

NA POSITION

MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

EMORY UNIVERSITY, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 30322

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University,

invites applications for an anticipated tenure track Assistant

Professorship or a tenured appointment, at the rank of Associate

Professor or Professor, effective 1996-97. Applicants must

have a research program in numerical analysis/computational science and

hold a PhD in Mathematics or Computer Science.

As the department offers several undergraduate programs within Emory

College, a PhD in Mathematics, and MS in Computer Science/Mathematics,

applicants are expected to have strong records, or promise, as

undergraduate and graduate teachers.

Applicants must include CV's, with at least three recommenders' names,

and have recommendation letters are sent to

Professor Dwight Duffus, Screening Committee

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Emory University

Atlanta GA 30322

Screening of applications will begin on 1 January 1996.

Emory University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

------------------------------

From: Jon Tolle <tolle@sparkie.or.unc.edu>

Date: Tue, 19 Sep 95 09:10:36 EDT

**Subject: Position at University of North Carolina**

UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Applications are invited for one faculty appointment in

applied mathematics effective Fall l996. Candidates with

research in computational partial differential equations and

related areas are especially encouraged to apply. Rank and

salary depend on qualifications and budget considerations.

Ph.D. in mathematics and exceptionally strong research

record and commitment to excellent teaching required. At

least 3 years experience beyond the Ph.D. preferred. Send

curriculum vitae, abstract of current research program, and

four letters of recommendation to Search Committee Chairman,

Math. Dept., CB #3250 Phillips Hall, UNC at Chapel Hill,

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3250. EO/AA Employer. Women and

minorities are encouraged to identify themselves

voluntarily. Completed applications received by November l,

l995 are assured of full consideration.

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From: Mike Osborne <mike@thrain.anu.edu.au>

Date: Thu, 21 Sep 1995 17:17:17 +1000

**Subject: Position at the Australian National University**

THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES & FACULTY OF SCIENCE

Lecturer/Research Fellow in Mathematics

(Level B: fixed term)

Applications are invited for appointment to a teaching and research

position in Mathematics, jointly in the Faculties and the Institute of

Advanced Studies. The appointment will be made jointly with the Department

of Mathematics, Faculty of Science and School of Mathematical Sciences and

the Centre for Mathematics & its Applications (CMA), School of Mathematical

Sciences. The appointee will carry a half teaching load in the Department

of Mathematics and be assigned to an appropriate Research Program in the

CMA. The position will be at the level of Lecturer (fixed term) and

Research Fellow and will be for a period of three years. Preference will

be given to candidates with expertise in computational or applied

mathematics. Experience in tertiary teaching is desirable.

Salary: Lecturer/Research Fellow $42,198 - $50,111 pa.

Assistance with relocation expenses will also be provided. It is important

that the successful applicant take up appointment as soon as possible in

1996.

Enquiries and requests for further information including selection

criteria, can be addressed to:

Professor D W Wickramasinghe, Head, Department of Mathematics

Telephone (06) 249 4296, Fax (06) 249 4984, E-mail: dayal@cygnus.anu.edu.au

Professor P G Hall, Acting Head, CMA

Telephone (06) 249 3474, Fax (06) 5549, E-mail:halpstat@fac.anu.edu.au

Closing date: 30 October 1995

Ref: SMS 13.9.1

APPLICATIONS addressing the selection criteria should be submitted in

duplicate to the Secretary, The Australian National University, Canberra

ACT 0200, quoting reference number and including curriculum vitae, list of

publications and names and addresses of at least three referees. Email

addresses and/or fax numbers should be provided for referees so that

appointment procedures can be expedited. The University has a

"non-smoking" policy in all University buildings and vehicles.

THE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

------------------------------

From: Marilyn E. Madsen <marilyn@cs.umn.edu>

Date: Tue, 19 Sep 1995 09:25:44 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Minnisota**

University of Minnesota

Computer Science Dept.

Postdoctoral Associate Position available.

A Postdoctoral Associate position is available to do research on the

control and optimization of systems described by PDEs and related DAEs,

with applications to bioengineering processes. Funding from NSF in support

of this research is anticipated. Applicants should have a strong background

and research experience in large-scale numerical optimization. Good knowledge

of PDEs and DAEs, and experience in parallel programming is also highly

desirable. A PhD in Computer Science, or a related field, is required.

The University of Minnesota provides a state-of-the-art environment

for supercomputing and parallel computing. In addition to the hardware

available to U of M researchers at the Minnesota Supercomputer Center, the

Computer Science Dept. also houses a cluster of both SGI and IBM

workstations and will soon receive an IBM SP2.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to

Professors Linda Petzold (petzold@cs.umn.edu) and J.B. Rosen

(rosen@cs.umn.edu).

The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

------------------------------

From: Elias Lipitakis <elip@isosun.ariadne-t.gr>

Date: Thu, 21 Sep 95 15:31:26 +0300

**Subject: New Journal, Computer Mathematics and its Applications**

The new international journal "Computer Mathematics and its Applications"

is yearly published by the Hellenic Mathematical Society (HMS). To submit

a paper, please send a copy of your paper to the CMA Editor:

Prof. Elias A. Lipitakis

Department of Informatics - AUEB

76 Patission Street

Athens 104 34, Greece

or to any member of the Editorial Board. Information about subscription etc.

is available from:

Hellenic Mathematical Society

CMA Secretariat

34 Panepistimiou Street

Athens 106 79, Greece

HMS/ COMPUTER MATHEMATICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS

Contents Volume 1, 1995

G.I. Marchuk (Moscow, Russia)

Applications of adjoint equations to problems of global change and environ-

ment protection, 1

V.I. Agoshkov (Moscow, Russia)

Control theory approaches in data assimilation processes, inverse problems

and hydrodynamics, 21

M. Yamamoto (Tokyo, Japan)

On ill-posednessand regularization for multidimensional inverse source

problems, 41

C.W. Groetsch (Cincinnati, USA)

Numerical methods for some inverse problems in non-linear heat-transfer, 49

C.T.H. Baker (Manchester, England)

Dynamics of discretized equations for DDE's, 61

W.H. Enright (Toronto, Canada)

Continuous numerical methods of ODE's and the implications for delay diffe-

rential equations, 69

K. Callivan, E. Gallopoulos, A. Sameh (Illinois, USA)

CEDAR- an experiment in parallel Computing, 77

E.A. Lipitakis (Athens, Greece)

Solving non linear elliptic and parabolic difference equations by explicit

preconditioned iterative methods based on sparse approximate inverses, 99

D.J. Evans (Loughborough, England)

The parallel implicit elimination method for solving linear systems, 119

Guo Ben-Yu (Shanghai, China)

Chebyshev spectral finite element approximation for fluid flow, 139

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From: Ronald Boisvert <boisvert@cam.nist.gov>

Date: Mon, 18 Sep 95 10:41:46 EDT

**Subject: Contents, Transactions on Mathematical Software**

(Note : Information on TOMS, including complete searchable Table of

Contents of all volumes and upcoming papers, with links to ACM

Algorithms, is available on the World Wide Web at

http://math.nist.gov/toms/.)

Table of Contents

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS)

Volume 21, Number 3 (September 1995)

Michele Goano

Algorithm 745: Computation of the Complete and Incomplete Fermi-Dirac

Integral

221-232

M. Dobmann, M. Liepelt and K. Schittkowski,

Algorithm 746: PCOMP: A Fortran Code for Automatic Differentiation

233-266

Stephen J. Sullivan and Benjamin G. Zorn

Numerical Analysis using Non-Procedural Paradigms

267-298

George Miminis and Helmut Roth

Algorithm 747: A FORTRAN Subroutine to Solve the Eigenvalue Assignment

Problem for Multi-input Systems using State Feedback

299-326

G. E. Alefeld, F. A. Potra and Yixun Shi

Algorithm 748: Enclosing Zeros of Continuous Functions

327-344

------------------------------

From: SIAM <thomas@siam.org>

Date: Wed, 20 Sep 95 10:47:22 EST

**Subject: Contents, SIAM Control and Optimizations**

SIAM JOURNAL ON CONTROL AND OPTIMIZATION

NOVEMBER 1995 Volume 33, Number 6

CONTENTS

Rendezvous Search on the Line with Indistinguishable Players

Edward J. Anderson and Skander Essegaier

Optimal Programs on Infinite Horizon 1

A. J. Zaslavski

Optimal Programs on Infinite Horizon 2

A. J. Zaslavski

COCOLOG: A Conditional Observer and Controller Logic for Finite

Machines

Peter E. Caines and Suning Wang

Remarks on Nonlinear Stochastic Partial Differential Equations: An

Application of the Splitting-up Method

Noriaki Nagase

Solution of Optimal Control Problems by a Pointwise Projected

Newton Method

C. T. Kelley and E. W. Sachs

On the Adaptive Control of Jump Parameter Systems via Nonlinear

Filtering

Peter E. Caines and Ji-Feng Zhang

Periodic Stability of Nonlinear Flexible Systems with Damping

Koichiro Naito

Identification for Parabolic Distributed Parameter Systems with

Constraints on the Parameters and the State

Wenhuan Yu

A Convex Approach to the Mixed H_2/H_infinity Control Problem for

Discrete-Time Uncertain Systems

J. C. Geromel, P. L. D. Peres, and S. R. Souza

Finite-Dimensional Risk-Sensitive Control Problem

Alain Bensoussan and Robert J. Elliott

On the Topology of the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker Set under Mangasarian-

Fromovitz Constraint Qualification

Harald Gunzel

Pontryagin Maximum Principle for Semilinear and Quasilinear

Parabolic Equations with Pointwise State Constraints

Bei Hu and Jiongmin Yong

Risk-Sensitive Control on an Infinite Time Horizon

Wendell H. Fleming and William M. McEneaney

Parallel Gradient Distribution in Unconstrained Optimization

O. L. Mangasarian

The Continuum-Armed Bandit Problem

Rajeev Agrawal

Forms of Optimal Solutions for Separated Continuous Linear Programs

Malcolm C. Pullan

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End of NA Digest

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