URL for the World Wide Web:
From: Claire Osborn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 1997 12:59:01 GMT0BST
Subject: FORTRAN mesh generation
I have spent several weeks crawling around the internet trying to
locate a user-friendly mesh generator for 2D elements written in
FORTRAN (77or90). I am a research student at Kingston University,
England and I am trying to find this hidden treasure to incorporate it into my
research into Finite Element Analysis. Any advice or recommendations
will be gratefully received. Thankyou.
From: Henryette Roth <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 16:53:20 +0200 (MET)
Subject: Survey: Publishing in Chemistry
Scientific publishing is changing in a world that is dominated
by the Internet. As a part of my PhD-thesis I am studying
the influence of electronic media on publishing in chemistry.
I would be very grateful, if you would take time to fill in my
survey, which I am using to gain an understanding of current
trends dealing with scientific publishing.
On average to read and complete the form will take you 15 minutes.
Feel free to tell a colleague about this survey as well.
The survey is accessible via World Wide Web at:
No record will be made of your identity. Your specific answers
will not be shared with other organizations. You will not be put
on any mailing lists or offered any products.
Thank you for your interest in this survey. Your participation
is greatly appreciated.
All the best,
From: T.R.Hopkins <T.R.Hopkins@ukc.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 01 Oct 1997 20:29:00 +0100
Subject: Wanted -- Odd back issues of TOMS
Has anyone got copies of ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS)
Volume 1 No 2 (June 1975)
Volume 5 No 3 (Sept 1979)
that are surplus to their requirements. I've been trying to get a complete
run and am running short of ideas as to where to get the last two.
If anyone is interested I have spare copies of all ACM TOMS from
Vol 9 No 4 (Dec 1983) to Vol 22 No4 (Dec 1996) with the exception of Vol
16 No 1 (Mar 1990) and Vol 14 No 1 (Mar 1988).
I also have spares of the SIGNUM newsletter from Vol 18 No 4 (Oct 1983) to
Vol 31 No 4 (Oct 1996) less
30(3), 28(3), 25(3), 20(1) and 19(3)
All looking for a good home.
From: Chris Tofallis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 97 15:09:47 BST
Subject: Is Gaussian elimination STRONGLY polynomial?
Is the computational complexity of Gaussian elimination STRONGLY polynomial?
A reference would also be appreciated.
From: Vadim Olshevsky <volshevsky@CS.Gsu.EDU>
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 1997 22:37:58 -0700
Subject: Change of Address for Vadim Olshevsky
I have joined the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
at Georgia State University. My new address is:
Vadim Olshevsky | Phone : (404) 651-0688 (office)
Department of Mathematics | (770) 394-8869 (home)
and Computer Science | Fax : (404) 651-2246 (office)
Georgia State University | (770) 394-8869 (home)
Atlanta, GA 30303 | E-mail: email@example.com
Web : http://odin.cs.gsu.edu/~matvro
From: Prof. Marcus Grote <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 16:22:23 +0200 (MET DST)
Subject: new address for Marcus Grote
I have joined the Department of Mathematics at the
ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) in Zurich.
My new address is:
HG G 59.2
Tel: +41-1-632 3200
Fax: +41-1-632 1085
From: George Karypis <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 1997 10:51:02 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: METIS 3.0: Graph/Mesh Partitioning and Sparse Matrix Ordering Software
A Software Package for Partitioning Unstructured Graphs, Partitioning
Meshes, and Computing Fill-Reducing Orderings of Sparse Matrices
We would like to announce the release of version 3.0 of the METIS package
for partitioning unstructured graphs, partitioning finite element meshes,
and for computing fill-reducing orderings of sparse matrices.
METIS 3.0 contains a number of changes over METIS 2.0. The major changes
are the following:
* Improved the speed of the partitioning algorithms. The new code has
better cache locality which dramatically improves the speed for large
graphs. A factor of 2 to 6 speedup can be obtained for a wide range of
graphs. METIS can now partition a 4 million node graph in well under a
minute on a MIPS R10000.
* Added partitioning routines that can be used to compute a partition
with prescribed partition weights. For example, they can be used to
compute a 3-way partition such that partition 1 has 50% of the weight,
partition 2 has 20% of the way, and partition 3 has 30% of the weight.
* METIS can now directly partition the element node array of finite
element meshes. It produces two partitioning vectors. One for the
elements and one for the nodes.
METIS supports the following elements: triangles, tetrahedra, hexahedra.
* METIS now includes a number of mesh conversion functions that can
be used to create the dual and nodal graphs directly from the
element connectivity arrays. These are highly optimized routines.
* Improved the quality and reduced the run-time of the fill-reducing
- Added a node based ordering code that greatly improves ordering
- Improved the quality of the orderings produced by the original
edge-based ordering code.
- Added better support for ordering LP matrices.
- METIS can now analyze the graph and try to compress together nodes
with identical sparsity pattern. For some problems, this significantly
reduces ordering time.
* Better support has been added for Fortran programs.
* Better support for weighted graphs.
METIS is freely distributed. You can download METIS's source code from
the WEB at: URL: http://www.cs.umn.edu/~karypis/metis
METIS has been written by George Karypis at the Computer Science Department
of the University of Minnesota. If you have any questions or problems
obtaining METIS, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
METIS is Copyrighted by the Regents of the University of Minnesota
From: Erik Demaine <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 5 Oct 1997 18:36:18 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: ANNOUNCE: f90doc, a documentation tool for Fortran 90
* Announcing f90doc, a documentation tool for Fortran 90 code *
f90doc is an easy-to-learn documentation tool for Fortran 90 written by Erik
Demaine. Basically, it generates pages of HTML documentation from Fortran 90
source. The documentation is derived from comments prefixed with !! written
(if desired) in a simple and intuitive documentation language whose source is
easily readable in the code itself, while formatting nicely in HTML. f90doc is
similar to javadoc, but does not require comments to be written in HTML.
For more information on f90doc (e.g., how to download it), please visit
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, ON Canada N2L 3G1
From: m.agent <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 1997 16:30:34 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Conference on Numerical Grid Generation in Computational Field Simulation
6th International Conference on
Numerical Grid Generation in Computational Field Simulation
University of Greenwich, Avery Hill Campus, London, UK
6th to 9th July 1998.
This international, interdisciplinary conference provides a joint
forum where mathematicians, scientists and engineers from academia,
industry and federal laboratories can communicate ( exchange /
assimilate ) research ideas, new algorithmic and software
developments and applications involving grid generation strategies
pertinent to a wide range of practical problems arising in
computational field simulation.
Abstract due 31 December 1997
Acceptance notice 31 January 1998
Manuscript due 31 March 1998
Pre-registration 31 March 1998
CALL FOR PAPERS
Submit your abstracts of approximately 1,000 words in the following
Grid Topics or related field of study by the Abstract due date of
31 December 1997:
Multiblock and Overset Strategies and Techniques,
CAD, CAGD and Surface Geometry Generation Techniques,
Software Systems (Demonstrations and Presentations),
Adaptive and Dynamically Moving Grids,
Flow-Generated Grids and Grid Quality Enhancement,
Computing Environment and Parallelization Issues in Grid Generation,
Grid Strategies/Techniques for Full Configurations,
- Aerodynamics, Propulsion, Heat Transfer
- Atmospheric Science and Ocean Modelling
- Biomedical and Biomechanics
- Electromagnetics and Semi-Conductors
- General Field Simulation Problems
All correspondance to Mrs F Barkshire : email@example.com
Further details and application form from :
From: Rupak Biswas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 1997 17:13:32 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: CFP for MASCOTS'98
CALL FOR PAPERS
Sixth International Symposium on Modeling,
Analysis and Simulation of Computer and
Telecommunication Systems (MASCOTS'98)
July 19-24, 1998
Complex Dejardins Hotel, Montreal, Canada
In its sixth year, the 1998 International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and
Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (MASCOTS'98), will take
place in Complex Dejardins Hotel, Montreal, Canada on July 19-24, 1998.
Established to serve as a forum to all research groups from academia, industry
and research labs with interest in system design, modeling, analysis,
simulation and performance evaluation, MASCOTS'98 is particularly targeting the
growing overlap and interaction between computing and telecommunications.
Prominent guest speakers, both from industry and academia, will present their
views on the future of this exciting convergence of cutting-edge technologies
and market segments.
MASCOTS'98 will include contributed technical papers, keynote speeches, panel
discussions, workshops and tutorials, and an industrial track and commercial
exhibits. A series of workshops will be held at the Complex Dejardins Hotel in
Montreal, on July 19-20. The symposium will also take place at the Complex
Dejardins on July 20-24, starting with a day of tutorials on July 20.
Updated information may be retrieved from the web using the URL
From: Victor A. Bardadym <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 97 11:31:09 +0200
Subject: Young Operations Research Conference
YOUNG OR 10
31 March - 2 April 1998 University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
The bi-annual Young Operational Research (YOR) conference acts
as a forum for those who have been active in OR for less than
ten years. Its purpose is to allow OR practitioners and
academics to learn about the latest developments in techniques,
share experiences of applying OR to real problems and to make
new (or renew old) contacts with fellow OR workers. There will be
approximately eighty papers presented at the conference on all
aspects of Operational Research.
If you are interested in any aspect of YOR 10, contact:
Chris Barrett Tel:+44 121 233 9300 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
or look at the Young OR web page:
From: Iain Duff <I.Duff@letterbox.rl.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 1997 17:10:55 +0100
Subject: Oxford Conference on Parallel Computation
The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
Second IMA Conference on
13 - 15 July 1998 Oxford, UK
FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
You are cordially invited to attend the second IMA conference on
Parallel Computation and to submit a brief description of up to 100
words for a poster session, or for a contributed paper. The emphasis of
the conference is on scientific computation and parallel machines.
Conference themes include, but are not limited to:
* Software and hardware developments
* Algorithms for parallel computing
* Applications of parallel computing to industrial problems
* European HPCN projects
* Tools and languages for parallel scientific computing
Contributions by post (hard copy) or by email (either as plain text,
Microsoft Word attachment or Postscript) should be submitted to Mrs.
Pamela Bye, Conference Officer, IMA at the address below by 31 January
Invited speakers will look at recent developments and future trends in
Organising Committee: S. Hague (Chair) (The Numerical Algorithms Group
Limited, Oxford), A. Colebrook (Smith Systems Engineering Limited, Guildford),
I.S. Duff (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxon), S. Hammarling (The Numerical
Algorithms Group Limited, Oxford), H. Liddell (Queen Mary and Westfield
College, London), W.F. McColl (Oxford University Computing Laboratory).
This event will meet the requirements of the IMA Continuing Professional
From: David Stewart <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 1997 16:03:41 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Workshop on New Methods in Applied & Comp. Mathematics
New Methods in Applied and Computational Mathematics
13th-14th July, 1998
Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia
The workshop is intended for new ideas and methods in all areas of
Applied and Computational Mathematics. New problems, and innovative
ideas and methods for old problems, in all areas of applied and
computational mathematics are most welcome.
Interactions between different parts of applied and computational
mathematics (e.g. dynamics and computation, optimization and
mechanics, bifurcation theory and matrix computations) are especially
There will be a proceedings for the workshop which will be provided to
all registered participants.
-- Matrix Computations
-- Dynamical Systems and Fractals
-- Modeling and Mechanics
-- Parallel Computing
-- Control and Optimization
-- Applied Probability
From: leonid faybusovich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 1997 11:28:34 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Position at University of Notre Dame
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
NOTRE DAME, IN 46556
Regular Position in Stochastic Analysis
The Department of Mathematics of the University of Notre Dame invites
applications for a position in the field of Stochastic Analysis starting
August 26, 1998. Of special interest are candidates with expertise in
Stochastic Control, Stochastic Optimization, or Stochastic Differential
Equations. The position is at the tenure track level, but a tenured
appointment may be possible for an exceptional candidate. The teaching
load is one course one semester and two courses the other semester. The
salary is competitive. Applications, including a curriculum vitae, a
letter of application, and a completed AMS standard cover sheet, should be
sent to: Alexander J. Hahn, Chair, at the above address. Applicants should
also arrange for at least three letters of recommendation to be sent to the
chair. These letters should address the applicant's research
accomplishments and supply evidence that the applicant has the ability to
teach articulately and effectively. Notre Dame is an equal opportunity
employer. Women and minorities are urged to apply. The evaluation of
candidates will begin December 1. Information about the department is
available at http://www.math.nd.edu/math/math.html.
From: Chris Johnson <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 1997 15:41:40 -0600
Subject: Faculty Position at Utah
The University of Utah's Department of Computer Science seeks applicants
for tenure track faculty positions at either the assistant or associate
professor level. The department places a strong emphasis on
interdisciplinary, multi-investigator research activities addressing large-
scale problems of significant impact. Both research areas and course
offerings benefit from the quality and breadth of our faculty and emphasize
a balance of theoretical foundations and practical engineering. Candidates
are sought who will complement the current mix of faculty within the
department. Applicants should have earned a Ph.D. In Computer Science or a
closely related field.
The University of Utah is located in Salt Lake City, the hub of a large
metropolitan area with excellent cultural facilities and unsurpassed
opportunities for outdoor recreation only a few minutes drive away.
Additional information about the department can be found at
http://www.cs.utah.edu. Please send Curriculum Vitae and names and
addresses of at least four references to : Faculty Recruiting Committee,
c/o Shawn Darby, Department of Computer Science, 50 So. Central Campus
Drive Rm 3190 MEB, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9205. The
University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and
encourages nominations and applications from women and minorities, and
provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of applicants
From: Christopher Beattie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 13:32:10 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Multiple NA positions at Virginia Tech
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Department of Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State
University invites applications for senior faculty positions in the area
of numerical analysis with emphasis on computational methods for partial
differential equations. We expect to make several offers at the associate
professor level and above.
Successful candidates must possess a strong continuing record of
internationally recognized research in computational mathematics and
applications. A proven record of academic leadership, demonstrated by the
candidate's dedication to excellence in research, teaching, graduate
student advising, and postgraduate supervision, is desirable. The
Department of Mathematics has strong traditional links with the College of
Engineering, and appointees would be expected to foster and encourage
The intellectual climate for applied mathematics at Virginia Polytechnic
Institute & State University is lively and challenging. The Department has
an active group of applied mathematicians in the areas of control and
optimization, numerical analysis, stochastic processes, ordinary
differential equations, partial differential equations and
integro-differential equations. In addition, the Interdisciplinary Center
for Applied Mathematics (ICAM) is a University Center which facilitates
interactions among the faculty at Virginia Tech, industry and other
research institutions. Faculty in the Virginia Tech Mathematics Department
have access to excellent computational facilities as well as to several
national high performance computing centers.
Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. Applicants
should send a vita and have five letters of recommendation sent to:
Numerical Analysis Search Committee
Department of Mathematics
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0123
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University has a strong commitment
to the principle of diversity and, in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum
of candidates including women, minorities, and people with disabilities.
Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application
process should contact Werner Kohler, Department of Mathematics,
540-231-8283 (TDD/PC 1800-828-1120 - Voice 1-800-828-1140).
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Department of Mathematics
Applications are solicited for tenure-track positions at the assistant or
associate professorship levels in the area of numerical analysis/scientific
computing; we anticipate making one or more appointments. Candidates must
have a PhD in mathematics or equivalent, with a strong record or
demonstrated potential in research and teaching. We seek candidates who
will augment existing faculty focus in the areas of the numerical treatment
of PDEs, control and optimization, and computational linear algebra.
Send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, summary
of research plans, together with four letters of recommendation
(one of which addresses teaching skills), to:
Computational Mathematics Search Committee,
Department of Mathematics,
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0123.
Review of applications will begin on December 15, 1997
and will continue until available positions are filled.
Virginia Tech has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity
and, in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including
women, minorities, and people with disabilities. Individuals with
disabilities desiring accomodations in the application process should
contact Werner Kohler, Department of Mathematics, 540-231-8283
(TDD/PC 1-800-828 1120- Voice 1-800-828-1140).
From: Benito Chen <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 1997 11:13:27 -0600
Subject: Applied position at the University of Wyoming
University of Wyoming
The Department of Mathematics invites applications for a tenure-track
Assistant Professorship in applied mathematics. We seek candidates
with an earned doctorate, proven teaching ability, and strong research
in areas of interest in the Department, including numerical analysis,
partial differential equations, fluid mechanics, and porous media.
Applications received by January 15, 1997, will receive first consideration.
For more information, visit our Web site, http://math.uwyo.edu/.
The University of Wyoming is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer, and we encourage applications from women and underrepresented
minorities. Please send vitae, three letters of reference, and a statement
of teaching qualifications to
Myron B. Allen, Head, Department of Mathematics, University of Wyoming,
Laramie, WY 82071-3036, USA.
From: Victor A. Bardadym <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 97 11:30:01 +0200
Subject: Journal of Scheduling
JOURNAL OF SCHEDULING
Announcement and Call for Papers
* Publishing from June 1998 *
* In print and on-line *
EDMUND BURKE (Editor-in-Chief), University of Nottingham, UK
DAVID CORNE, University of Reading, UK
MICHAEL PINEDO, New York University, USA
STEEF VAN DE VELDE, Erasmus University, The Netherlands
The Editors invite you to submit high quality scheduling-related work for
publication in this new international, peer reviewed journal. Papers of
both theoretical and applied nature will be considered and prompt reviewing
and publication times will be maintained.
AIMS AND SCOPE
The Journal of Scheduling will provide a recognised global forum for the
publication of all forms of sheduling-oriented research. Publishing from
June 1998, JOS will cover advances in scheduling research, such as the
latest techniques, applications, theoretical issues and novel approaches to
problems. The journal will be directly relevant to the areas of Computer
Science, Discrete Mathematics, Operational Research, Engineering,
Management, Artificial Intelligence, Construction, Distribution,
Manufacturing, Transport, Aerospace and Retail and Service Industries.
These disciplines face complex scheduling needs and all stand to gain from
advances in scheduling technology and understanding.
* Incorporates theoretical, experimental and applied research
* Covers recent computational and algorithmic advances in the field
* Addresses the industrial need for scheduling
* Includes surveys of techniques appropriate to particular subsets of problems:
Also covers applications relevant to areas such as:
Constraint logic programming
Rule-based expert systems
INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS
1) Six copies of the manuscript should be submitted to one of the Editors.
Wherever possible, please also submit an electronic copy of the manuscript
on disk. Manuscripts may also be e-mailed to the Editors.
2) Only original papers, not published elsewhere, will be accepted, and
copyright in published papers will be vested in the publisher.
Full instructions are available from the Publisher - please e-mail
email@example.com for a copy.
Journal of Scheduling is published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Baffins Lane,
Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1UD, UK
Please contact Sam Williams at the above address to ask about the details
and to order a sample copy. Alternatively, you can e-mail your request to
You can also e-mail your requests - please complete and return the
form available ............. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Technical Group <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 20:15:33 +0300 (MSK)
Subject: East-West J. Vol.5, No.3
EAST-WEST JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS
Vol.5, No.3, 145-230 (September 1997)
An adaptive streamline-diffusion finite element method
for hyperbolic conservation laws
C.Fuhrer and R.Rannacher
Nonconforming vector valued finite elements
Convergence of a mixed finite elements - finite volume method
for the two phase flow in porous media
A mixed finite element discretization on non-matching
multiblock grids for a degenerate parabolic equation arising
in porous media flow
From: Ira Smiley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 02 Oct 97 11:56:06 -0500
Subject: Contents, SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization
From:Ira D. Smiley, Production Editor, SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization
Volume 35, Number 6, NOVEMBER 1997
Necessary Conditions for Optimal Impulsive Control Problems
G. N. Silva and R. B. Vinter
Dynamics and Approximations of a Velocity Tracking Problem for the Navier-Stokes
Flows with Piecewise Distributed Controls
L. S. Hou and Y. Yan
Annealing of Iterative Stochastic Schemes
Haitao Fang, Guanglu Gong, and Minping Qian
Exact Finite-Dimensional Filters for Maximum Likelihood Parameter Estimation of
Continuous-Time Linear Gaussian Systems
Robert J. Elliott and Vikram Krishnamurthy
System Identification by Dynamic Factor Models
C. Heij, W. Scherrer, and M. Deistler
Ergodic Control of Switching Diffusions
Mrinal K. Ghosh, Aristotle Arapostathis, and Steven I. Marcus
Averaging Theorems for Highly Oscillatory Differential Equations and Iterated
Risk-Sensitive and Robust Escape Criteria
Paul Dupuis and William M. McEneaney
Bolza Problems with General Time Constraints
P. D. Loewen and R. T. Rockafellar
Asymptotic Optimization of a Nonlinear Hybrid System Governed by a Markov
Eitan Altman and Vladimir Gaitsgory
Perturbation Formula for Regular Free Boundaries in Elliptic and Parabolic
Approximations in Dynamic Zero-Sum Games II
Mabel M. Tidball, Odile Pourtallier, and Eitan Altman
NP-Hardness of Some Linear Control Design Problems
Vincent Blondel and John N. Tsitsiklis
On Approximate Solutions in Convex Vector Optimization
Optimal Control of Linear Periodic Resonant Systems in Hilbert Spaces
Blackwell Optimality in Borelian Continuous-in-Action Markov Decision Processes
Alexander A. Yushkevich
A Control Method for Assimilation of Surface Data in a Linearized
Navier-Stokes-Type Problem Related to Oceanography
Aziz Belmiloudi and Francoise Brossier
Corrigendum: Sufficient Optimality Conditions for Optimal Control Subject to
From: Jack Dongarra <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 13:02:01 -0400
Subject: IJSA Table of Contents
The International Journal of Supercomputer Applications
and High Performance Computing, Volume 11, Issue 4, 1997
Table of Contents
Special Issue: EUROPORT
Special Issue Editors
Adrian Colbrook, Iain Duff, Tony Hey, Klaus St|ben, and
From a Direct Solver to a Parallel Iterative Solver in 3-D Forming
Simulation, T. Coupez, S. Marie, Page 277
Parallelization of the SAMCEF Finite Element Software through Domain
Decomposition and FETI Algorithm
M. Giradin, D. Coulon, J. -P. Delsemme, Page 286
Rolling Bearing Simulation on MIMD Computers
D. Fritzson, P. Fritzson, P. Nordling, T. Persson, Page 299
Parallel SAR Image Enhancement, C. Addison, E. Appiani, R. Cook, M. Corvi,
P.G.N. Howard, B. Stephens, Page 314
Runtime Parallelization of the Finite Element Code PERMAS
M. Ast, T. Jerez, J. Labarta, H. Manz, A. Pirez, U. Schulz, J. Soli, Page
A Tool for Partitioning Structured Multiblock Meshes for Parallel
Computational Mechanics, A. Ytterstrvm, Page 336
Bulk Synchronous Parallelization of Industrial Electromagnetic Software, M.
C. Dracopoulos, C. Glasgow, A. K. Parrott, R. Janssen, P. Alotto, J.
Simkin, Page 344
For additional information on the Journal see:
End of NA Digest