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From: Yves Renard <>
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 16:57:38 +0100
Subject: New release of Getfem++

Getfem++ 2.0 is released.

The Getfem++ project focuses on the development of a generic and efficient C++
library for finite element methods elementary computations. The goal is to
provide a library allowing the computation of any elementary matrix (even for
mixed finite element methods) on the largest class of methods and elements,
and for arbitrary dimension (i.e. not only 2D and 3D problems).

A generic framework is proposed for assembly procedures making very easy to
write finite element discretization for arbitrary terms even for non-linear
partial differential equations.

A Matlab and Python interface is also provided.

This is a major update to getfem++, which make some backward-incompatible
changes. Major changes are :
- Full support of vectorial and hermite elements (RT0, nedelec elements,
Argyris triangle, HCT triangle and hermite elements in dimension 1, 2 and 3
are now available). A bilaplacian problem is provided as a test program.
- New tools to deal with Xfem or fictitious domain methods: Level-set,
integration methods adapted to discontinuity and singularities, discontinuous
fields across a level-set.
- A mature model-brick system: a fast way to build PDE problems approximation.
- Partial parallelization (work still in progress).
- Mesh refinement.

The package is freely available at the Web address :


From: Maurice Cox <>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 08:34:56 +0100
Subject: Call for submissions, Wilkinson Prize 2007


In honour of the outstanding contributions of James Hardy Wilkinson
to the field of numerical software, Argonne National Laboratory,
the National Physical Laboratory, and the Numerical Algorithms Group
award a numerical software prize of US $3,000. Prizes have previously
been awarded at the International Conference in Industrial and
Applied Mathematics (ICIAM):

1991 Linda Petzold DASSL
1995 Chris Bischof and Alan Carle ADIFOR 2.0
1999 Matteo Frigo and Steven Johnson FFTW
2003 Jonathan Shewchuk Triangle

The 2007 prize will be awarded at ICIAM 2007 in Zurich,
16-20 July 2007,

Rules for Submission

Each author of an entry must be at most 40 years of age on
1 January 2007. Each entry must contain the following:

- Software written in a widely available high-level programming
- A paper describing the algorithm and the software implementation.
It should give an analysis of the algorithm and indicate any
special programming features;
- Documentation of the software, which describes its purpose and
method of use;
- Examples of use of the software, including a test program and data;
- A two-page summary of the main features of the algorithm and
software implementation.

Submissions must be in English and received by 3 November 2006.

Selection Criteria

The award will be made to the entry that best addresses all phases
of the preparation of high-quality numerical software, including:

- Clarity of the paper, the software implementation and documentation;
- Portability, reliability, efficiency and usability of the software
- Depth of analysis of the algorithm and the software;
- Importance of the application addressed by the software;
- Quality of the test software.


Each submission should include a README file describing its contents
and facilities for executing the test program.

Submissions can be sent by email to
Contact this address for further information.


Maurice Cox, National Physical Laboratory, UK
Wilkinson Prize 2007 Chair


From: Radu Serban <>
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 12:52:23 -0800
Subject: SUNDIALS v2.2.0 released

SUNDIALS (Suite of nonlinear and differential/algebraic equation
solvers) consists of the following four solvers:

* CVODE solves initial value problems for ordinary differential equation
(ODE) systems.
* CVODES solves ODE systems and includes sensitivity analysis
capabilities (forward and adjoint).
* IDA solves initial value problems for differential-algebraic equation
(DAE) systems.
* KINSOL solves nonlinear algebraic systems.

The SUNDIALS solvers provide robust time integrators and nonlinear
solvers that can easily be incorporated into existing simulation codes.
The solvers are independent of the data representation and can be used
both on serial and parallel computers. All solvers can be built in
single, double, or extended precision. They are written in ANSI C, with
CVODE, IDA, and KINSOL also providing a Fortran to C interface. In
addition, sundialsTB provides a Matlab interface to CVODES and KINSOL.

We are pleased to announce the new release of SUNDIALS v2.2.0.

More information (description, documentation, new features and updates,
FAQ, etc.) and download links can be found

-- Radu Serban
Center for Applied Scientific Computing
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


From: Julie Haenisch <>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 16:22:14 -0500
Subject: New book, Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics:A Dynamical Systems Approach
Wassim M. Haddad, Vijay Sekhar Chellaboina, and Sergey G. Nersesov

This book places thermodynamics on a system-theoretic foundation so as to
harmonize it with classical mechanics. Using the highest standards of
exposition and rigor, the authors develop a novel formulation of
thermodynamics that can be viewed as a moderate-sized system theory as
compared to statistical thermodynamics. This middle-ground theory involves
deterministic large-scale dynamical system models that bridge the gap
between classical and statistical thermodynamics.

The authors' theory is motivated by the fact that a discipline as cardinal
as thermodynamics--entrusted with some of the most perplexing secrets of our
universe--demands far more than physical mathematics as its underpinning.
Even though many great physicists, such as Archimedes, Newton, and Lagrange,
have humbled us with their mathematically seamless eurekas over the
centuries, this book suggests that a great many physicists and engineers who
have developed the theory of thermodynamics seem to have forgotten that
mathematics, when used rigorously, is the irrefutable pathway to truth.

This book uses system theoretic ideas to bring coherence, clarity, and
precision to an extremely important and poorly understood classical area of

Read Chapter 1 online at:


From: Julie Haenisch <>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 16:18:17 -0500
Subject: New book, General Theory of Algebraic Equations

General Theory of Algebraic Equations
Etienne Bézout
Translated from the French by Eric Feron

This book provides the first English translation of Bezout's masterpiece,
the General Theory of Algebraic Equations. It follows, by almost two hundred
years, the English translation of his famous mathematics textbooks. Here,
Bézout presents his approach to solving systems of polynomial equations in
several variables and in great detail. He introduces the revolutionary
notion of the "polynomial multiplier," which greatly simplifies the problem
of variable elimination by reducing it to a system of linear equations. The
major result presented in this work, now known as "Bézout's theorem," is
stated as follows: "The degree of the final equation resulting from an
arbitrary number of complete equations containing the same number of
unknowns and with arbitrary degrees is equal to the product of the exponents
of the degrees of these equations."

The book offers large numbers of results and insights about conditions for
polynomials to share a common factor, or to share a common root. It also
provides a state-of-the-art analysis of the theories of integration and
differentiation of functions in the late eighteenth century, as well as one
of the first uses of determinants to solve systems of linear equations.
Polynomial multiplier methods have become, today, one of the most promising
approaches to solving complex systems of polynomial equations or
inequalities, and this translation offers a valuable historic perspective on
this active research field.

Read the Introduction online at:


From: Julie Haenisch <>
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 15:29:18 -0500
Subject: New book, Dynamic Models in Biology

Princeton University Press is proud to announce the publication of a new
textbook, DYNAMIC MODELS IN BIOLOGY by Stephen P. Ellner and John

From controlling disease outbreaks to predicting heart attacks, dynamic
models are increasingly crucial for understanding biological processes. Many
universities are starting undergraduate programs in computational biology to
introduce students to this rapidly growing field. In DYNAMIC MODELS IN
BIOLOGY, the first text on dynamic models specifically written for
undergraduate students in the biological sciences, ecologist Stephen Ellner
and mathematician John Guckenheimer teach students how to understand, build,
and use dynamic models in biology.

Developed from a course taught by Ellner and Guckenheimer at Cornell
University, the book is organized around biological applications, with
mathematics and computing developed through case studies at the molecular,
cellular, and population levels. The authors cover both simple analytic
models--the sort usually found in mathematical biology texts--and the
complex computational models now used by both biologists and mathematicians.

Linked to a Web site with computer-lab materials and exercises, DYNAMIC
MODELS IN BIOLOGY is a major new introduction to dynamic models for students
in the biological sciences, mathematics, and engineering.

Read sample chapters and a full description of the book at:


From: Julie Haenisch <>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 16:19:47 -0500
Subject: New book, Honors Calculus

Honors Calculus
Charles R. MacCluer

This is the first modern calculus book to be organized axiomatically and to
survey the subject's applicability to science and engineering. A challenging
exposition of calculus in the European style, it is an excellent text for a
first-year university honors course or for a third-year analysis course. The
calculus is built carefully from the axioms with all the standard results
deduced from these axioms. The concise construction, by design, provides
maximal flexibility for the instructor and allows the student to see the
overall flow of the development. At the same time, the book reveals the
origins of the calculus in celestial mechanics and number theory.

The book introduces many topics often left to the appendixes in standard
calculus textbooks and develops their connections with physics, engineering,
and statistics. The author uses applications of derivatives and integrals to
show how calculus is applied in these disciplines. Solutions to all
exercises (even those involving proofs) are available to instructors upon
request, making this book unique among texts in the field.

* Focuses on single variable calculus
* Provides a balance of precision and intuition
* Offers both routine and demanding exercises

Read Chapters 1, 7, and 8 online at:


From: Laura Grigori <>
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 16:48:38 +0200
Subject: CFP Workshop on Parallel Matrix Algorithms and Applications, Sept 2006

September 7-9, 2006 IRISA, Rennes, France

This workshop aims to be a forum for an exchange of ideas, insights and
experiences in different areas of parallel computing in which matrix
algorithms are employed, focusing particularly on those which have not yet
received wide exposure. The Workshop will bring together experts and
practitioners from diverse disciplines with a common interest in matrix
computation, in the relaxing, yet stimulating, setting of the historical
capital of Brittany, Rennes. In addition to formal presentations and
plenary talks by invited speakers, time will be available for informal
discussions and interactions. Topics of interest include, but are not
limited to, the following:
* Parallel algorithms for dense, structured and sparse matrices.
* Parallel environments and tools for enabling matrix applications.
* Large scale applications from diverse fields which have an emphasis on
parallel matrix computation.
* Performance modeling.

Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract presenting original
research on any aspect of the workshop themes. A prize of 300 euros,
sponsored by the Metivier Foundation, will be awarded for the best student
presentation. Some travel grants are available for Ph.D. students and
young researchers in need of financial help.

Laura Grigori and Bernard Philippe, INRIA Rennes

Mark Adams, Columbia University, USA; Erik Boman, Sandia National
Laboratories, USA; Erik Elmroth, Umea University, Sweden; Gerard Meurant,
CEA, France; Jari Toivanen, Jyvaskyla University, Finland

After the workshop, selected peer-reviewed papers will be published in a
special issue of Parallel Computing.

Extended abstracts (at most 2 pages): May 31, 2006
Notification of acceptance: June 15, 2006
Workshop: September 7-9, 2006
Submission of full papers: November 1st, 2006
Final papers: July 15, 2007


From: bojan <>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 15:07:07 +0200
Subject: NAday06 in Ljubljana. Jun 06

NA day in Ljubljana, June 9th, 2006

Seminar on Numerical Analysis and Geometric Integration will be held
at University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, on Friday, June 9th.
The seminar is open to all interested persons. There is no
registration fee.

Those interested to attend the seminar, should send an email to

as soon as possible.
Additional information can be found at

Bojan Orel and Emil \v{Z}agar


From: heinken <>
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 16:54:36 -0600
Subject: Announcing Conference on Adaptive Model Reduction Methods, May 06

Announcing a Conference on
Adaptive Model Reduction Methods for PDE Constrained Optimization
Rice University, Houston, Texas, May 17-19, 2006

PDE constrained optimization arises in many science and engineering
applications in the form of optimal design, optimal control, or
parameter identification problems. Often, applications involve
multiple physics and are characterized by behavior on a hierarchy of
spatial and/or temporal scales. Computational models of these systems
that can be used in optimization have to adequately represent the
input-output relation between optimization parameters and objective/
constraint functions, they have to be solved efficiently, and they
have to adapt to the progress of the optimization.

Adaptive model reduction methods such as adaptive finite element
methods, multiscale methods or balanced truncation model reduction
are key tools for computational reduced order model generation in
the optimization context. The development of such model reduction
methods, their analysis, and their integration into optimization
is an active and promising research area. This conference brings
together experts to foster exchange on the development of different
adaptive model reduction approaches and their integration into
optimization methodology.

Organizers: Matthias Heinkenschloss and Danny C. Sorensen (Rice U.).

Invited speakers: John E. Dennis (Rice U.), Serkan Gugercin (Virginia
Tech), Max Gunzburger (Florida State U.), Ronald Hoppe (U. of Houston
and U. of Augsburg), Tim Kelley (North Carolina State U.),
Karl Kunisch (U. of Graz), Rich Lehoucq (Sandia National Labs),
Tinsley Oden (U. of Texas, Austin), Ekkehard Sachs (U. of Trier
and Virginia Tech), Karen Willcox (MIT).

For registration and other conference information, please visit the
conference web-page at

This conference is supported in part by the Institute for Mathematics
and its Application (IMA) through its Participating Institution (PI)
Program. PI members may use IMA/PI funds to support travel of their
personnel to this conference.


From: <>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 11:45:40 +0100
Subject: NMF 2006 Dublin Ireland - Registration & Final Call for Papers, Jun 06

NMF2006 - Numerical Methods for Finance Conference 2006
Location: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin Ireland
Date: 7-9 June 2006

AIM: The aim of the conference is to attract leading researchers, both
practitioners and academics, to discuss new and relevant numerical methods
for the solution of practical problems in finance. The conference is focused
on 6 topics of interest to practitioners. For each topic a distinguished
invited speaker will survey the current problems of importance. In addition
broad classes of relevant numerical methods will be surveyed by
distinguished invited speakers. The main thrust of the conference will be
the contributions, by both practitioners and academics, to the oral and
poster sessions on numerical methods for solving the practical problems.
Formal refereed proceedings will be published after the conference.

SCOPE: The practical topics are credit risk; exotic/hybrid options; risk
management; portfolio selection; insurance/pensions and interest rate
modelling. The broad classes of numerical methods are numerical methods for
partial integro-differential equations and Monte Carlo methods

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Academics and practitioners wishing to discuss their
latest research results on numerical methods for solving practical problems
in finance. Practitioners interested in learning about the latest numerical
techniques for solving their problems.

INVITED SPEAKERS: Carlo Acerbi (AbaxBank, Italy); Phelim Boyle (University
of Waterloo, Canada); Andrew Cairns (Heriot-Watt University, UK); Peter
Forsyth (University of Waterloo, Canada); Kay Giesecke (Stanford University,
USA); John Knight (University of Western Ontario, Canada)

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: You are invited to submit an abstract of your
contributed paper for an oral or poster session. The deadline for
submission of abstracts is 7 April 2006. Abstracts can only be submitted
via the conferencemaker website

FURTHER INFORMATION: Further information and online registration is
available on the conference website:


From: Antonio Fuduli <>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 11:33:35 +0200
Subject: Workshop on Mathematics & Medical Diagnosis, Erice (Italy), Jul 06

Conference Announcement
Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture
International School of Mathematics "G. Stampacchia"
Erice - Sicily, Italy
July 10 - 20, 2006

Sponsored by the:
- Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research
- Sicilian Regional Government
- University of Calabria
- Centro “Enrico Fermi”
- Italian National Research Council, Institute of High Performance
Computing and Networking, Rende (CS)

The objective of this Workshop on Mathematics and Medical Diagnosis is to
present the state-of-the- art on applications of optimization tools to this
area, through the description of new models and algorithms, and the
discussion of primarily medical real world applications.
The Workshop will accommodate invited lectures on the diverse aspects of
the field as well as contributed lectures provided by the participants, and
the participation of young scientists is strongly encouraged.

Kernel Methods for Pattern Recognition
Support Vector Machines
Neural Networks
Symbolic Methods
Fuzzy Logic
Inductive Inference
Foundations of Computer Learning
Bayesian Classification
Diagnostics of Dynamic Processes
Stochastic Processes
Massive Data Sets
Sleep pattern analysis
Fourier's analysis in neural impairment
Classification problems in Oncology

Persons wishing to attend the Workshop should write to:

Professor Manlio Gaudioso
D.E.I.S. - Universitŕ della Calabria
Via Pietro Bucci, Cubo 41C
87036 Rende (CS), Italy.

1. Data and place of birth, together with present nationality;
2. Affiliation;
3. Address, e-mail address.

Young persons with only limited experience should enclose a scientific
curriculum vitae and a letter of recommendation from the head of their
research group or from a senior person active in the field.

Application by e-mail is strongly encouraged.

Closing date for application: May 30, 2006

Participants are expected to arrive in Erice on July 9, no later 5 p.m.

V. F. Demyanov, M. Gaudioso and B. Schölkopf, Directors of the Workshop
F. Giannessi, Director of the School
A. Zichichi, Director of the Centre

Further information can be found at the URL:
or requested to the e-mail address:


From: "LAI, Choi-Hong" <>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 08:02:15 +0100
Subject: DCABES2006 - call for papers

DCABES2006 - Call for papers
2006 International Symposium on Distributed Computing
and Applications for Business, Engineering, and Sciences

12-15 October 2006
Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province
Hosted by:
School of Information Technology, Southern Yangtze University, and
Zhejiang Gongshang University

DCABES will bring together researchers and applications developers
in the academic field and industry from around the world to share
their experiences and to explore research collaboration in the areas
of distributed parallel processing and applications.

Important date:-
Submission due: 30th April 2006
Notification of Acceptance: 31st May 2006
Author registration Deadline: 30th June 2006
Camera-Ready papers: 30th June 2006

Scope of the conference:

Parallel and Distributed Computing Applications:
1. Numerical algorithms for business, engineering, and science.
2. Science and engineering applications.
3. E-commerce, banking, and business applications.
4. Financial computing applications.
5. Image and vision processing.
6. Multimedia communications, systems and applications

Intelligent High Performance Computing:
1. Biologically inspired computing
2. Cluster computing and Grid computing
3. Quantum and modular computing
4. Mobile and wireless computing
5. Internet and World Wide Web
6. Pattern and speech recognition
7. Data mining and knowledge discovery
8. Reliability and fault-tolerance
9. Computer control technology

Steering Committee
Guo, Professor Q.P. (Co-Chair, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China)
Lai, Dr. C.-H. (Co-Chair, University of Greenwich, UK)
Xu, Professor W.-B. (Southern Yangtze University, Wuxi, China)
Tsui, Mr. Thomas (Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China)


From: Charlie Elliott <>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 15:06:34 +0100
Subject: Faculty Posts at University of Sussex

University of Sussex
Department of Mathematics
Three faculty posts in Applied Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics achieved grade 5 in Applied Mathematics
in the 2001 RAE and is committed to excellence in research. We are now
seeking to make strong appointments in the following areas:
• mathematics applied to biology or medicine
• partial differential equations and applied analysis
• numerical analysis and scientific computation
Outstanding applications from other fields in Applied Mathematics
cognate to the existing strengths of the Department are welcome. The
level of appointment for each post will depend on the successful
candidate's qualifications.
For full further particulars and application details see our jobs website
Or email
All posts are full-time and permanent.
Closing date for applications is Thursday 27 April 2006.
Interviews are likely to be held in the second half of May 2006.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to:-
Professor Charlie Elliott (Head of Department);
Telephone: 01273 678111 (within the UK),
+44 1273 678111 (from abroad);


From: David Griffiths <>
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 18:13:26 +0000
Subject: Applied Maths Lectureship at Dundee

The University of Dundee seeks to appoint a lecturer in Applied Mathematics.
The successful candidate would demonstrate research capability appropriate to
an area rated grade 5 in the last Research Assessment Exercise, along with
enthusiasm for undergraduate teaching and postgraduate supervision. There is
a commitment to build on current strengths, which are in Numerical Analysis,
Applied Analysis, Mathematical Biology and Magnetohydrodynamics and the
appointment is therefore likely to be in one of these areas. Subject to this,
the quality of candidates is paramount.

Further particulars are available on our web site at
under the link: News/Events

Informal approaches concerning this appointment
may be made to Professor G A Watson,
Division of Mathematics,
University of Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN, Tel 01382 344472,
Fax 01382 345516, email:


From: Iain Duff <>
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 20:03:32 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Contents, IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis Volume 26 Number 2

Contents of Volume 26, Number 2 April 2006

S. Olver
Moment-free numerical integration of highly oscillatory functions.
15 pages

C. Li and J. Wang
Newton's method on Riemannian manifolds: Smale's point estimate theory under
the $\gamma$-condition.
24 pages

H. Liu and K. Zhang
Multi-symplectic Runge--Kutta-type methods for Hamiltonian wave equations.
20 pages

G. Of, O. Steinbach, and W.L. Wendland
The fast multipole method for the symmetric boundary integral formulation.
25 pages

V.J. Ervin and N. Heuer
An adaptive boundary element method for the exterior Stokes problem in three
29 pages

R. Eymard, T. Gallou\"{e}t, and R. Herbin
A cell-centred finite volume approximation for anisotropic diffusion operators
on unstructured meshes in any space dimension.
28 pages

L.A. Mihai and A.W. Craig
Alternate strip-based substructuring algorithms for elliptic PDEs in
two dimensions.
27 pages

E.H. Georgoulis and A. Lasis
A note on the design of $hp$-version interior penalty discontinuous Galerkin
finite element methods for degenerate problems.
10 pages

A. Bermudez, P. Gamallo, M. Nogueiras, and R. Rodriguez
Approximation of a structural acoustic vibration problem by hexahedral finite
31 pages


From: cmam <>
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 17:27:53 +0300
Subject: Contents, Computational methods in applied mathematics (CMAM)

Contents Comp. Meth. Appl. Math., Vol. 6 (2006), No. 1
All papers are available at our web-site .


Error analysis for a Galerkin finite element method applied to a
coupled nonlinear degenerate system of advection-diffusion equations
K.B. Fadimba (USA)

Stability criterion of difference schemes for the heat conduction
equation with nonlocal boundary conditions
A. Gulin, N. Ionkin, and V. Morozova (Russia)

Improved applications of relaxation schemes for hyperbolic systems
of conservation laws and convection-diffusion problems
M. Seaid (Germany)

Bounds of information expenses in constructing projection methods
for solving ill-posed problems
S. G. Solodky and E. V. Lebedeva (Ukraine)

Sharp error bounds for a symmetrized locally 1D method for solving
the 2D heat equation
A. Zlotnik and S. Ilyicheva (Russia)


From: "Commun. Comput. Phys." <>
Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2006 13:50:58 +0800 (HKT)
Subject: Contents, Commun. Comput. Phys., Vol 1, No. 2, 2006

Communications in Computational Physics

Volume 1, Number 2
Published in April 2006

Review Article:

Bram van Leer
Upwind and High-Resolution Methods for Compressible Flow: From Donor Cell
to Residual-Distribution Schemes.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 1 (2006), pp. 192-206.

Regular Articles:

T. Y. Hou, V. G. Stredie and T. Y. Wu
A 3D Numerical Method for Studying Vortex Formation Behind a Moving Plate.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 1 (2006), pp. 207-228.

Tiejun Yu and Wei Cai
FIFA -- Fast Interpolation and Filtering Algorithm for Calculating Dyadic
Green's Function in the Electromagnetic Scattering of Multi-Layered
Commun. Comput. Phys., 1 (2006), pp. 229-260.

Takayuki Utsumi, Takayuki Aoki, James Koga and Mitsuru Yamagiwa
Solutions of the 1D Coupled Nonlinear Schrodinger Equations by the
CIP-BS Method.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 1 (2006), pp. 261-275.

Weizhang Huang
Mathematical Principles of Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 1 (2006), pp. 276-310.

Youichi Ogata, Takashi Yabe and Kouichi Odagaki
An Accurate Numerical Scheme for Maxwell Equation with CIP-Method of
Commun. Comput. Phys., 1 (2006), pp. 311-335.

Bu-Yang Li, Nan-Sheng Liu and Xi-Yun Lu
Direct Numerical Simulation of Vertical Rotating Turbulent Open-Channel
Flow with Heat Transfer.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 1 (2006), pp. 336-361.

H. T. Banks, K. Ito and J. Toivanen
Determination of Interrogating Frequencies to Maximize Electromagnetic
Backscatter from Objects with Material Coatings.
Commun. Comput. Phys., 1 (2006), pp. 362-382.

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