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From: NA Digest <na.digest@na-net.ornl.gov>

Date: Mon 07/06/1998 21:30:54.15

**Subject: NA Digest Calendar**

The Netlib Conferences Database is on the Web at:

http://www.netlib.org/confdb/Conferences.html

NA Digest Calendar

Date Topic Place NA Digest #

July 1- 3 Optimization Perth, Australia 97:22

July 3- 5 GAMM, Iterative Processes Kiel, Germany 09

July 5-17 Numerical Analysis Summer School Leicester, UK 10

July 6- 7 Interior-Point Workshop Trier, Germany 17

July 6- 9 Numerical Grid Generation London, UK 40

July 6-10 Air Pollution Modelling Sofia, Bulgaria 10

July 7- 8 Iterative Solution Methods Prague, CZ 15

July 9-10 Applied and Computational Mathematics Hervey Bay, Australia 40

July 12 Optimization Algorithms Orlando, FL 07

July 12-14 Women in Mathematics Workshop Toronto, Canada 05

July 13-15 Parallel Computation Oxford, UK 40

July 13-17 Discrete Mathematics Toronto, Canada 47

July 13-17 SIAM Annual Meeting Toronto, Canada 49

July 13-17 Supercomputing Melbourne, Australia 49

July 14-18 Discrete Simulation of Fluids Oxford, UK 12

July 19-24 Telecommunication Systems Montreal, Canada 40

July 20-22 Optimization Coimbra, Portugal 47

July 20-23 Accurate Solution of Eigenvalue Problems University Park, PA 15

July 20-24 Domain Decomposition Methods Greenwich, UK 36

July 20-24 Black Boxes for Parallel Computing Greenwich, UK 11

July 21 Adjoint Methods Oxford, UK 24

July 21-24 Finite Elements Methods Hong Kong 09

July 26... Front Propagation Crete 19

July 27... Computional and Applied Mathematics Leuven, Belgius 38

July 27... Mathematics Modeling Workshop Raleigh, NC 07

July 30... Self-Similar Systems Dubna, Russia 47

Aug. 2- 5 Honor Olga Ladyzhenskaya i Ames, Iowa 14

Aug. 2- 5 Large Scale Matrix Computations Dalian, China 12

Aug. 5- 7 Distributed Computing Workshop Urbana-Champaign, IL 25

Aug. 6- 7 Expert Systems for Numerical Computing Columbia, MO 07

Aug. 9-11 Applications of Computer Algebra Prague, Czech Rep. 97:20

Aug. 9-11 Irregularly Structured Problems Berkeley, CA 03

Aug. 9-21 Error Control and Adaptivity Antalya, Turkey 08

Aug. 10-13 Integral Methods Houghton, MI 09

Aug. 13-15 Nonlinear and Improperly Posed Problems Kocaeli, Turkey 22

Aug. 18-27 International Congress of Mathematicians Berlin, Germany 14

Aug. 18-27 ICM98 Session on Mathematical Software Berlin, Germany 97:27

Aug. 18-27 VideoMath Festival Berlin, Germany 52

Aug. 19-23 Numerical Methods and Applications Sofia, Bulgaria 13

Aug. 19-23 Incompressible Visous Flow Sofia, Bulgaria 07

Aug. 24-26 European Symposium on Algorithms Venice, Italy 06

Aug. 24-26 Hydroinformatics Copenhagen, Denmark 97:25

Aug. 24-27 Computational Mechanics Miskolc, Hungary 03

Aug. 31... Mathematics of Surfaces Birmingham, UK 15

Aug. 31... IFIP World Computer Congress Vienna and Budapest 96:46

Sep. 1- 3 Dynamics, Monitoring and Control Manchester, UK 21

Sep. 1- 4 Parallel Computing Southampton, UK 47

Sep. 1- 4 Numerical Methods inParallel Computing Southampton, UK 48

Sep. 1- 5 Solid Mechanics Zakopane, Poland 37

Sep. 2- 4 Computational Methods in Engineering Ghent, Belgium 34

Sep. 2- 5 Computational Physics Granada, Spain 05

Sep. 7- 9 Control and Data Processing Prague, Czech Republic 39

Sep. 7-12 PDE Meeting in the Sun Mission Beach, Austral.11

Sep. 7-14 Analytic Number Theory and Space Tilings Kyiv, Ukraine 11

Sep. 14-16 Software Tools for Scientific Computing Oslo, Norway 49

Sep. 14-18 Partial Differential Equations Marrakech, Morocco 97:20

Sep. 22-25 Validated Numerics Budapest, Hungary 25

Sep. 23-25 Dutch Numerical Mathematicians Woudschoten, N'lands 17

Sep. 24-26 Computer Mathematics Athens, Greece 04

Sep. 28-30 Iterative Methods for Elasticity Nijmegen, Netherlands 17

Sep. 30... Computing in Electrical Engineering Berlin, Germany 25

Sep. 30... Operational Research Rovinj, Croatia 10

Oct. 1- 3 Industrial Flow Problems Barcelona, Spain 08

Oct. 4- 9 School on Wavelets in the Geosciences Delft, Netherlands 22

Oct. 5- 8 Multigrid Methods Bonn, Germany 12

Oct. 7-11 Operator Theory Winnipeg, Canada 05

Oct. 8-10 Randomization and Approximation Barcelona, Spain 23

Oct. 14-16 Simulation of Devices and Technologies Cape Town, So. Africa 11

Oct. 14-17 Mathematical Physics Knoxville, TN 48

Oct. 18-20 Iterative Methods Austin, TX 25

Oct. 20-23 SIBGRAPI'98 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 13

Oct. 21-23 Object Oriented Methods Yorktown Heights NY 21

Oct. 22-23 Mathematical Foundations for CAD Troy, MI 13

Oct. 25-28 Operations Research Seattle, WA 11

Oct. 26-28 Circuits, Systems and Computers Piraeus, Greece 97:20

Oct. 26-29 Air Pollution Modelling Paris, France 48

Oct. 28-31 Parallel and Distributed Computing Las Vegas, NV 17

Nov. 15-20 ASME, Parallel Computing Anaheim, CA 09

Nov. 30... Complex Systems Sydney, Australia 12

Dec. 4- 5 Southern Symposium on Computation Hattiesburg, MI 24

Dec. 6- 9 Modelling and Simulation Hamilton, New Zealand 19

Dec. 7-11 Scientific Computing Hong Kong 10

Dec. 15-18 Nonlinear Programming Hong Kong 43

Dec. 16 Honor Dave Sloan Strathclyde, UK 12

Dec. 19-21 Operations Research Agra, India 09

1999

Jan. 11-15 Independent Component Signal Analysis Aussois, France 16

Jan. 21-23 Applied Linear Algebra Bielefeld, Germany 23

Feb. 28... Approximation and Complexity University of Florida 23

Apr. 15-20 Scattered Data Fitting Puerto Vallarta, Mex. 06

May 10-14 Theoretical and Computational Acoustics Trieste, Italy 01

May 24-28 Applications of Dynamical Systems Snowbird, UT 23

June 2- 6 Large-Scale Scientific Computation Sozopol, Bulgaria 21

June 7-11 Monte Carlo Methods Varna, Bulgaria 22

June 14-18 Householder Symposium Whistler B.C., Canada 49

June 29-July 2 Numerical Analysis Dundee, Scotland 49

July 1- 7 Curves and Surfaces Saint-Malo, France 15

July 12-16 System Modelling and Optimization Cambridge, UK 04

July 18-28 Foundations of Computational Mathematics Oxford, Uk 21

July 26-30 Numerical Mathematics and Applications Jyvaskyla, Finland 21

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From: Jack Solock <jacks@cs.wisc.edu>

Date: Mon, 29 Jun 1998 13:47:45 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Distributed Computing Workshop**

NLANR Distributed Computing Workshop

http://dast.nlanr.net/Training/dcwinfo.html

National Laboratory for Applied Network Research

http://www.nlanr.net/

The National Laboratory for Applied Network Research is conducting a

distributed computing workshop August 5-7, 1998, on the campus of the

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The workshop "will teach

effective, hands-on strategies for using and optimizing distributed

computing codes. Examples and lectures will be used to teach distributed

computing concepts as used on wide area networks. The workshop will end

with a half-day tutorial on Globus," a project that develops "basic

software infrastructure for computations that integrate geographically

distributed computational and information resources." Applications

developers from the Internet2 community and National Science Foundation

High Performance Connection award sites are encouraged to attend. More

information (including fees) is available at the site. Registration

deadline is July 24, 1998 (noon Central time). NLANR's home page further

describes its application support activities.

Thank You

Jack

Jack Solock jacks@cs.wisc.edu

Internet Librarian--Internet Scout Project 608-262-6606

Editor--The Scout Report and Subject

Specific Scout Reports

Dept. of Computer Sciences

University of Wisconsin-Madison

http://www.cs.wisc.edu/scout -- Internet Scout Project Home Page

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From: Georg Hebermehl <hebermeh@wias-berlin.de>

Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 10:19:35 +0200

**Subject: Workshop on Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering**

Second Announcement

Workshop Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering

September 30 - October 2, 1998 , Berlin, Germany

organized by

Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics

Ferdinand-Braun-Institut fuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik

Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fuer Informationstechnik Berlin

Fachgruppe 'Scientific Computing' of the Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung

Co-Sponsor

German Chapter of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society

Scientific Committee:

Peter Deuflhard, Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fuer Informationstechnik Berlin

Herbert Gajewski, Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics

Wolfgang Heinrich, Ferdinand-Braun-Institut fuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik

Arnulf Kost, Brandenburgische Technische Universitaet Cottbus

Ulrich Langer, Johannes Kepler Universitaet Linz

Thomas Weiland, Institut fuer Hochfrequenztechnik der TU Darmstadt

Local Organizing Committee:

Georg Hebermehl, Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics

Wolfgang Heinrich, Ferdinand-Braun-Institut fuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik

The workshop will bring together mathematicians, computer scientists,

and engineers from research institutes, universities, and industry

who work on modeling and numerical simulation on the field of

electromagnetics and electronics.

Workshop Topics:

- Microwave Circuits,

- Integrated Optics,

- Optoelectronical Devices,

- Electromagnetic Compatibility,

- Quasistatic Magnetics

Presentations:

- invited lectures,

- contributed presentations in lecture format,

- contributed presentations in poster format.

For information please contact:

SCEE Workshop Secretary

Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS)

Mohrenstr. 39

D-10117 Berlin

Germany

phone: +49 30 20377 566 (Marion Lawrenz)

Fax: +49 30 2044975

Email: scee@wias-berlin.de

The 2nd announcement (Workshop Program, Abstracts) is available at the

web page: http://www.wias-berlin.de/~SCEE98

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From: IMACS Administration <imacs@cs.rutgers.edu>

Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 12:07:48 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Scientific Computing, Computer Arithmetic, and Validated Numerics**

SCAN-98

IMACS/GAMM International Symposium on

Scientific Computing, Computer Arithmetic, and Validated Numerics

September 22-25, 1998

Budapest, Hungary

Numerical and algorithmic aspects of Scientific Computing with a strong

emphasis on the algorithmic validation of results and on algorithmic and

arithmetic tools for this purpose. "Validation" means qualitative and

quantitative assertions about computed results wich are correct in a

rigorous mathematical sense, e.g.

- specification of a domain which contains a solution to a given problem

- computation of close upper and lower bounds for the solutions of a

problem.

SCAN-98 will provide a forum for the

- presentation of the latest research and developments in theory,

algorithms, and arithmetic design for Validated Numerics

- demonstration of software for Validated Numerics

- reporting of interesting case studies in industrial and scientific

applications of Validated Numerics.

IMPORTANT DATES:

as soon as possible send your electronic and postal address to:

scan98@inf.u-szeged.hu

(to be included in the mailing list for the second announcement)

April 30, 1998 deadline for submitting extended abstracts

June 30, 1998 deadline for the preliminary conference registration

September 22, 1998 SCAN-98 starts

September 30, 1998 deadline for the final version of the full papers

For further information:

http://www.inf.u-szeged.hu/~scan98

email: scan98@inf.u-szeged.hu

fax: +36 62 312 292

phone: +36 62 454 305

Mail: SCAN98, c/o T. Csendes, H-6701 Szeged, Pf. 652, HUNGARY

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From: David Kincaid <kincaid@cs.utexas.edu>

Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 10:57:27 -0500

**Subject: Symposium Celebrating David M. Young's Birthday**

Fourth IMACS International Symposium on

Iterative Methods in Scientific Computation

(Celebrating David M. Young's 75th birthday)

October 18-20, 1998

University of Texas at Austin

NEW Deadlines:

August 15, 1998: Contributed talks

September 15, 1998: Early registration

Theme is iterative methods for solving large sparse linear systems in

scientific computation with focus on past, present, and future.

Current and former students, friends, and associates of Professor David Young

are particularly welcome and are urged to participate.

To contribute talks or register, see Web site :

http://www.ticam.utexas.edu/dmy98/

or send email:

dmy98@ticam.utexas.edu

For additional information

Dr. David R. Kincaid

RLM 13.150 -- C1300

Center for Numerical Analysis

University of Texas at Austin

Austin, TX 78713-8510 USA

Tel: (512) 471-1242

Fax: (512) 471-9038

email: kincaid@cs.utexas.edu

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From: Nick Trefethen <lnt@comlab.ox.ac.uk>

Date: Sat, 4 Jul 1998 23:04:57 +0100 (BST)

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Oxford University**

A 3-year EPSRC-funded postdoctoral position will soon be advertised

to begin within six months of October 1, 1998. The subject is

``Nonstandard eigenvalue problems: theory, numerics, and applications''.

For details see www.comlab.ox.ac.uk/oucl/people/nick.trefethen.html.

Nick Trefethen, Oxford University

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From: Weintraub Carol <carol@wisdom.weizmann.ac.il>

Date: Sun, 5 Jul 1998 08:44:05 +0300

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at the Weizmann Institute**

Postdoctoral position at the Weizmann Institute

The Gauss Center for Scientific Computation at the Weizmann Institute

of Science, Rehovot, Israel, is seeking a qualified candidate for a

Post-Doctoral position, to participate in the Center's development of

advanced multiscale computational methods. Possible directions include:

1. Multigrid methods, especially in fluid dynamics

2. Data assimilation in atmospheric simulations

3. Ab-initio quantum chemistry (many-eigenfunction problems)

4. Wave phenomena

5. Optimal feedback control

6. Computational physics: multiscale Monte-Carlo and Dirac solvers

7. Fast medical-imaging and radar reconstruction

8. Molecular dynamics

9. Multiscale image processing

Applicants should have completed their Ph.d. studies between

September, 1995 and the appointment start date. They should have a

strong background and programming experience in scientific computing,

preferably in one of the above areas and/or in multiscale computational

methods.

The post-doc appointment is for a period of one year and may be

renewed for a second year.

Applications and request for further information should be sent to

the Gauss Center Secretary:

Mrs. Carol Weintraub

Dept. of Applied Mathematics & Computer Science

The Weizmann Institute of Science

Rehovot 76100, Israel

Email: carol@wisdom.weizmann.ac.il

Fax: +972-8-9342945

Phone: +972-8-9342545

The application should include a CV, a description of previous

experience in scientific computing and the particular areas of

interest, and names of two referees, who should separately send

their letters of recommendation to the above address.

More information on the research at the Gauss Center can be found

at our web site:

http://www.wisdom.weizmann.ac.il/research.html

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

From: David Serafini <dbs@nersc.gov>

Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 18:18:52 -0700

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab**

I have a postdoc opening in parallel computing and numerical

linear algebra for a computational fluid dynamics (CFD)

application at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing

(NERSC) center at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL).

Specifically, I'm looking for someone with experience in

iterative methods for solving linear systems arising from

discretized solutions to partial differential equations. This

research project is a collaboration with several other US gov't

and industry labs and a commercial software vendor. The CFD

application is multi-phase flow in chemical reactors. The

LBNL/NERSC part of the effort is two-fold: parallelization of

existing serial methods; investigation of alternative methods

and implementations for high performance and cost-effectiveness.

The work will focus on linear equation solvers, since that is

where most of the computational effort is spent. Performance

and portability will be of major interest. The ultimate target

platform will be a cluster of high performance workstations or PCs.

Participation in the collaboration is a strong benefit of this

position because it provides the opportunity to make connections

in other labs and in industry, as well as here at LBNL. The

NERSC center has an active and growing research program, as well

as one of the largest unclassified parallel computer systems in

the country. Other groups in the collaboration come from: Dow

Chemical, Oak Ridge Nat'l Lab, Sandia Nat'l Lab, Fluent, Inc.

and the Fossil Energy Technology Center (a Dept. of

Energy-funded lab), Chevron, DuPont, Exxon, Westinghouse.

The position is for two years, starting this summer.

Continuation depends on future funding decisions. LBNL, located

in Berkeley, CA, is a Department of Energy-sponsored lab

operated by the University of California. LBNL is an equal

opportunity employer. Additional information about LBNL and

NERSC can be obtained on the Web at <www.lbl.gov> and

<www.nersc.gov>.

Questions and resumes should be addressed to:

David B. Serafini

<dbs@nersc.gov>

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, MS 50B-2239

1 Cyclotron Road

Berkeley, CA 94720

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From: Mike DeLong <delong@lanl.gov>

Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 13:43:34 -0600 (MDT)

**Subject: Graduate Research Positions at Los Alamos National Laboratory**

Graduate Research Assistant Positions

Los Alamos National Laboratory

(PARALLEL COMPUTATION AND NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA)

The Scientific Computing Group (CIC-19) at Los Alamos National Laboratory

is currently seeking highly motivated graduate students to participate in

the Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) program for the fall semester.

Graduates with experience in any or all of the following categories are

encouraged to apply:

Parallel Computer Programming

Parallel Software Engineering and Library Development

Numerical Linear Algebra

Iterative Linear Equation Solvers

Multigrid Methods

Experience with Fortran 90, C++ and MPI on parallel machines such as

the SGI/Cray Origin 2000 and workstation clusters is desirable.

Experience with iterative linear solver methods such as conjugate

gradient methods, domain decomposition methods and multigrid

methods is also desirable.

Eligibility for the GRA program is limited to applicants who have

completed a bachelors degree by date of hire, have been admitted to or

have active status in a graduate program at a college or university.

Students that have completed a Masters degree and have not yet been

accepted into another graduate program may be eligible for the Post

Masters program and are also encouraged to apply.

Appointments are for 90 days up to one year. Salary ranges from $29,000

to $41,000, depending on the number of years of graduate school

completed.

Applications must be received as soon as possible to be given fullest

consideration. Interested individuals are encouraged to send a copy of

their resume by electronic mail, fax, or U.S. mail to:

Mike DeLong

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Group CIC-19, MS B256

Los Alamos, NM 87545

EMAIL: delong@lanl.gov

FAX: (505) 667-1126

Los Alamos National Laboratory is an equal opportunity employer.

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From: Heinz Engl <engl@indmath.uni-linz.ac.at>

Date: Wed, 01 Jul 1998 13:39:10 MET_DST

**Subject: Position at University of Linz, Austria**

Position Available at the Industrial Mathematics Institute at the

University of Linz, Austria

There is open a position at the Industrial Mathematics Institute at

the University of Linz, Austria. The position is funded by the EC

as part of the TMR (Training and Mobility of Researchers) Project

DEIC (Differential Equations in Industry and Commerce) for a duration

of up to 3 years. This Research Fellowship is open to Nationals of a

Member State or Associated State of the European Union (but not for

Austrian Citizens) who have the equivalent degree in mathematical

science and will be under the age of 35 at the time of appointment.

Salary is in local currency on the appropriate local scale.

The position in Linz is open to graduates (diploma or masters degree,

doctorate preferred). The successful candidate is expected to

spend much time collaborating directly with industry and with

other centers, as well as pursuing his/her own research.

In particular at our group in Linz we prefer a candidate who

has basic knowledge on ``Inverse Problems'', and who is interested

on research and interaction of inverse problems in industry and

commerce.

For more information of the TMR-Network see

http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/ociam/TMR/

For more information on the industrial mathematics institute see

http://www.indmath.uni-linz.ac.at/

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From: Elsevier Science <cdmailer@elsevier.co.uk>

Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 01:49:59 +0100 (BST)

**Subject: Contents, Computer Physics Communications**

Journal : COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS

ISSN : 0010-4655

Vol./Iss. : 111 / 1-3

Fast spin dynamics algorithms for classical spin systems

Krech , M.

pp.: 1-13

Lattice-Boltzmann hydrodynamics on parallel systems

Kandhai , D.

pp.: 14-26

Finite element approach to global gyrokinetic

Particle-In-Cell simulations using magnetic coordinates

Fivaz , M.

pp.: 27-47

A simple method for multi-leg loop calculations 2: a general

algorithm

Pittau , R.

pp.: 48-52

Digital simulation of transient heat conduction with

polynomial variable thermal conductivity and specific heat

Gonza'lez-Ferna'ndez , C.F.

pp.: 53-58

Continuum Solvation Model: computation of electrostatic

forces from numerical solutions to the Poisson--Boltzmann

equation

Im , Wonpil

pp.: 59-75

Applying Mathematica to the analytical solution of the

nonlinear Heisenberg operator equations

Beskrovnyi , V.N.

pp.: 76-86

A robust and reliable approach to nonlinear dynamical

problems

Wei , G.W.

pp.: 87-92

Distributed approximating functional approach to Burgers'

equation in one and two space dimensions

Wei , G.W.

pp.: 93-109

An algorithm for the systematic construction of solutions to

perturbed problems

Farto , Jose'-Miguel

pp.: 110-132

The HAGIS self-consistent nonlinear wave--particle

interaction model

Pinches , S.D.

pp.: 133-149

Numerical solution of Q2 evolution equation for the

transversity distribution [Delta]T q

Hirai , M.

pp.: 150-166

Maple procedures for the coupling of angular momentaII. Sum

rule evaluation

Fritzsche , S.

pp.: 167-184

SUSY23 v2.0: an event generator for supersymmetric processes

at e+e- colliders

Fujimoto , J.

pp.: 185-216

Xfey, a Feynman diagram editor

Laina , A.

pp.: 217-242

ABSFAC: a program for the calculation of the absorption

during scattering in multifaceted crystals and similar

samples

Clark , Roger C.

pp.: 243-257

CHEREN, the Cherenkov counting efficiency

Grau Carles , A.

pp.: 258-264

TARCER -- A Mathematica program for the reduction of

two-loop propagator integrals

Mertig , R.

pp.: 265-273

Erratum to ``ZPC 1.0.1: a parton cascade for

ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions'' [Comput. Phys.

Commun. 109 (1998) 193--206]

Zhang , Bin

pp.: 276-276

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From: Technical Group <journal@humpty.inm.ras.ru>

Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 12:29:01 +0400 (MSD)

**Subject: Contents, East-West J. of Numerical Math**

EAST-WEST JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS

Vol.6, No.2, 1998, pp.81-165

Domain decomposition with subdomain CCG

for material jump elliptic problems.

P. Deuflhard and K. Lipnikov

A new Galerkin framework for the drift-diffusion

equation in semiconductors.

E. Gatti, S. Micheletti, and R. Sacco

Cascadic multigrid method for a plate bending problem.

Zhong-Ci Shi and Xuejun Xu

On FE-discretisations with least-squares stabilisation:

aposteriori error control for the membrane-problem.

F.-T. Suttmeier

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

From: Karin Remington <karin@cam.nist.gov>

Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 14:46:46 -0400

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

Table of Contents

ACM TRANSACTIONS ON MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE (TOMS)

Volume 23, Number 4 (December 1997)

Leon Greenburg and Marco Marletta

Algorithm 775. The Code SLEUTH for Solving Fourth-Order Sturm-Liouville Problems

pp. 453-493.

Z. Bai and G.W. Stewart

Algorithm 776. SRRIT --- A FORTRAN Subroutine to Calculate the Dominant

Invariant Subspace of a Nonsymmetric Matrix

pp. 494-513.

Layne T. Watson, Robert C. Melville, Alexander P. Morgan and Homer F. Walker

Algorithm 777. HOMPACK90: A Suite of Fortran 90 Codes for Globally Convergent

Homotopy Algorithms

pp. 514-549.

Ciyou Zhu, Richard H. Byrd, Peihuang Lu and Jorge Nocedal

Algorithm 778. L-BFGS-B: Fortran Subroutines for Large-Scale Bound Constrained

Optimization

pp. 550-560.

Alan H. Karp and Peter Markstein

High-Precision Division and Square Root

pp. 561-589.

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From: Heinz Engl <engl@indmath.uni-linz.ac.at>

Date: Wed, 01 Jul 1998 17:55:41 MET_DST

**Subject: Contents, Surveys on Mathematics for Industry**

Surveys on Mathematics for Industry (Springer Vienna/New York)

Vol. 7/4, Table of Contents

R.M.M. Mattheij and G.A.L. van de Vorst, Mathematical modelling and

numerical simulation of viscous sintering processes, 255-281

B. Koren, P.F.M. Michielsen, J.-W. Kars, and P. Wesseling, A computational

method for high-frequency oleodynamics: application to

hydraulic-shock-absorber designs, 283-301

M.C. Steinbach, H.G. Bock, G.V. Kostin, and R.W. Longman Mathematical

optimization in robotics: towards automated high-speed motion planning, 303-340

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From: Baltzer Science <mailer@ns.baltzer.nl>

Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 15:35:23 +0200

**Subject: Contents, Computational Geosciences**

Contents

Computational Geosciences 2 (1998) 1

H. Keijzer, S.E.A.T.M. van der Zee and A. Leijnse

Characteristic regimes for in-situ bioremediation of aquifers by injecting

water containing an electron acceptor 1-22

K. Brusdal, H.K. Dahle, K. Hvistendahl Karlsen and T. Mannseth

A study of the modelling error in two operator splitting algorithms for

porous media flow 23-36

Samuel Frimpong and Peter K. Achireko

Conditional LAS stochastic simulation of regionalized variables in random

fields 37-45

M.I.J. van Dijke and S.E.A.T.M. van der Zee

Analysis of oil lens removal by extraction through a seepage face 47-72

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From: Baltzer Science <mailer@ns.baltzer.nl>

Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 15:56:24 +0200

**Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms**

Contents

Numerical Algorithms 17 (1998) 1,2

Jean Piquet and Xavier Vasseur

Multigrid preconditioned Krylov subspace methods for three-dimensional

numerical solutions of the incompressible Navier--Stokes equations 1-32

D.E. Roberts

A vector Chebyshev algorithm 33-50

Tony F. Chan, Lisette de Pillis and Henk van der Vorst

Transpose-free formulations of Lanczos-type methods for nonsymmetric linear

systems 51-66

C. Brezinski and M. Redivo-Zaglia

Transpose-free Lanczos-type algorithms for nonsymmetric linear systems

67-103

Faezeh Toutounian

The stable ATA-orthogonal s-step Orthomin(k) algorithm with the CADNA

library 105-119

J.C. Butcher and M.T. Diamantakis

DESIRE: diagonally extended singly implicit Runge--Kutta effective order

methods 121-145

Frauke Sprengel

Periodic interpolation and wavelets on sparse grids 147-169

Vu Hoang Linh

On some questions arising in numerical realization of amplitude-phase

methods 171-191

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

From: Petr Prikryl <PRIKRYL@matsrv.MATH.CAS.CZ>

Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 15:45:23 +0200 (CEST)

**Subject: Contents, Applications of Mathematics**

CONTENTS

Applications of Mathematics, No. 4, Vol. 43, 1998

Epsilon-inflation with contractive interval functions

G Mayer

On caustics associated with the linearized vorticity equation

PN Ivanova, AD Gorman

Analysis of a combined barycentric finite volume-nonconforming

finite element method for nonlinear convection-diffusion problems

P Angot, V Dolejsi, M Feistauer, J Felcman

Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of the Laplace operator on

an equilateral triangle

M Prager

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