NA Digest Thursday, November 5, 2009 Volume 09 : Issue 44

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From: Melvin Leok <>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 12:42:44 -0500
Subject: Change of address for Melvin Leok

Dear Colleagues,

I have taken up a new position as associate professor of mathematics
at the University of California, San Diego.

My new contact information is:

Department of Mathematics
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive, Dept. 0112
La Jolla, CA 92093-0112, USA.

Phone: +1(858)534-2126
Fax: +1(858)534-5273

The Computational Geometric Mechanics group has also relocated to
UCSD, and the group website is located at:

Best regards,

Melvin Leok


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 2009 16:28:43 -0500
Subject: New book, FAIR: Flexible Algorithms for Image Registration

Announcing the October 19 publication by SIAM of:

FAIR: Flexible Algorithms for Image Registration
Jan Modersitzki

2009 / Approx. xxii + 189 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-0-898716-90-0
List Price $69.00 / SIAM Member Price $48.30 / Order Code FA06

This book provides an overview of state-of-the-art registration techniques
from theory to practice, plus numerous exercises designed to enhance readers’
understanding of the principles and mechanisms of the described techniques. It
also provides, via a supplementary Web page, free access to FAIR.m, a package
that is based on the MATLAB® software environment, which enables readers to
experiment with the proposed algorithms and explore the presented examples in
more depth.

Written from an interdisciplinary point of view, this book will appeal to
mathematicians who want to learn more about image registration, medical
imaging professionals who want to know more about and explore available
imaging techniques, and computer scientists and engineers who want to
understand the numerical schemes behind the techniques. The book is also
appropriate for use as a course text at the advanced graduate level.

Jan Modersitzki is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computing and
Software at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. His primary research
interest is in medical imaging, specifically correspondence and registration


From: Michael Holst <>
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 21:20:23 -0700
Subject: Adaptive/Multilevel Methods Workshop, San Diego, Nov 2009

In November 2009, UC San Diego will host the following workshop:

Adaptive and Multilevel Methods for Partial Differential Equations
November 13-14, 2009
UC San Diego in La Jolla, California

Adaptive and multilevel methods are two very successful classes of modern
numerical methods for solving partial differential equations. A rich
convergence theory has been developed for multilevel methods, and recently
there have been major advances in the development of convergence theory for
adaptive methods. The purpose of the workshop is to bring together active
researchers in these two related areas to germinate additional advances.

The workshop is being held in honor of Randolph Bank's 60th Birthday, and
is being hosted by the Center for Computational Mathematics at UC San Diego.
We will also be celebrating the retirement of James Bunch, who started the
numerical analysis group at UCSD in the 1970's. There will be a conference
dinner on Friday evening (November 13).

The workshop will consist of twelve 40-minute talks, taking place between
9am and 5:30pm on Friday November 13, and between 9am and 12:30pm on
Saturday November 14. Confirmed invited speakers include:

- Andrea Bonito (Texas A&M University)
- Long Chen (University of California, Irvine)
- Alan Demlow (University of Kentucky)
- Don Estep (Colorado State University)
- Wolfgang Hackbusch (Max-Planck-Institute, Leipzig)
- Ralf Kornhuber (Freie Universitat Berlin)
- Jeff Ovall (University of Kentucky)
- Ridgway Scott (University of Chicago)
- Gabriel Wittum (Universitat Frankfurt)
- Jinchao Xu (Penn State University)
- Harry Yserentant (Technische Universitat Berlin)

For Further Information:


From: Jared Tanner <>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 07:32:19 -0500
Subject: Signal and Image Processing Workshop, Edinburgh, Nov 2009

A two day workshop "Sparsity and Nonlinear Diffusion for Signal and Image
Processing" will be held on Nov. 23rd and 24th 2009 at the International
Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) in Edinburgh.

Plenary speakers:
Thomas Strohmer (UC Davis)
Joachim Weickert (Saarland University)

Invited speakers:
Alexander Balinsky (Cardiff University)
Pier Luigi Dragotti (Imperial College, London)
Gabriel Peyre (Univ. of Paris, Dauphine)

More details are available at:

If you would like to give a contributed presentation
please contact one of the organizers:
Alexander Belyaev (Heriot-Watt University)
Jared Tanner (University of Edinburgh)

There is no registration fee, but we ask people who will attend
to please register using the online form on the above listed
conference website. This event is sponsored by the ICMS, the
Maxwell Institute EPSRC Bridging the Gaps award, and the Centre
for Numerical Algorithms and Intelligent Software (NAIS).


From: Chee Yap <>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 09:12:33 +0000
Subject: Joint Conference of ASCM and MACIS, Fukuoka, Japan, Dec 2009

Please note the deadline for early registration:

Two international conferences

* the 9th Asian Symposium on Computer Mathematics (ASCM 2009) and
* the 3rd International Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Computer
and Information Sciences (MACIS 2009)

will be held jointly at Fukuoka in December 14th -17th, 2009.



IMPORTANT DATES: Nov 10, 2009 -- deadline for early registration

Professor Bruno Buchberger (RISC, Austria)
Professor Toshinori Oaku (Tokyo Woman's Christian University, Japan)
Professor Kokichi Sugihara (Meiji University, Japan)
Professor Lihong Zhi (Academy of Mathematics and System Sciences, China)

Special Sessions:
Computational Algebraic Number Theory
Digitizing Mathematics
Validated Numerical Computation


From: "Kirsten Wilden" <>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 13:21:20 -0400
Subject: ACM-SIAM Symp. on Discrete Algs. (SODA10), Austin, Jan 2010

ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA10) -
Registration and Schedule Are Now Available!
January 17-19, 2010
Hyatt Regency Austin, Austin, Texas

Invited Speakers:
Emmanuel Candes, Stanford University
Cynthia Dwork, Microsoft Research
Noam Nisan, Hebrew University, Israel

Registration and schedule are now posted at
Pre-Registration Deadline
December 14, 2009
Hotel Reservation Deadline
December 14, 2009

Travel support information is now posted at

NSF Student Travel Deadline
November 6, 2009

IBM Student Travel Deadline
December 7, 2009

For additional information, contact the SIAM Conference Department at


From: Mehi Al-Baali <>
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 03:20:15 -0500
Subject: Conference on Analysis and Applications, Muscat, Oman, Jan 2010

Call for Participants:
You are cordially invited to participate in the Conference on Analysis and
Applications, January 24-26, 2010, which will be held on the campus of Sultan
Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman.

Invited Speakers:
• Raghib Abu-Saris, Walden University, USA-Canada
• Rauno Aulaskari, University of Joensuu, Finland.
• Jiling Cao, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.
• Yong Ding, Beijing Normal University, China.
• Anthony Dooley, University of New South Wales, Australia.
• David Gauld, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
• Chris Good, University of Birmingham, UK
• Chin-Cheng Lin, National Central University, Taiwan
• Gaven Martin, Massey University, New Zealand.
• Jorge More, Argonne National Laboratory, USA.
• Fulvio Ricci, Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy.
• Stephan Ruscheweyh, University of Wuerzburg, Germany.
• Robert Sharpley, University of South Carolina, USA.
• Samir Siksek, University of Warwick, UK.

In addition, there will be a number of contributed presentations which will be
finalized at a later date.

For further information, please visit the conference web site:

For information about a particular topic, please feel free to contact the
session organizer.

Important Dates:
Deadline for Abstract submission: December 31, 2009
Deadline for Registration: December 31, 2009


From: Will Thacker <>
Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2009 09:42:08 -0500
Subject: HPC Symposium, Orlando, Apr 2010 (New Deadline: Dec 4th)

High Performance Computing Symposium Paper Submission Deadline Extended.
Call for Papers – Date Extended – Submissions accepted until December 4.
18th Annual High Performance Computing Symposium (HPC 2010)

Florida Mall Hotel and Conference Center - Orlando, Florida

Topics of interest include:
High Performance/Large Scale Simulation
Numerical Methods
High Performance Applications and Case Studies
Distributed and Grid Computing
Asynchronous numerical methods
Visualization and Data Management
Advanced Simulation Frameworks
Problem Solving Environments
Parallel Algorithms for Emerging Architectures
High Performance Software Tools
Tools and Environments for Coupling Parallel Codes
Component Technologies for High Performance Computing
Power-aware Computing

General Chair: Adrian Sandu <>
General Vice-Chair: Layne Watson <>
Program Chair: William I. Thacker <>


From: Jun Zou <>
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 23:56:40 -0400
Subject: Intern'l Conf on Inverse Problems, China, Apr 2010

International Conference on Inverse Problems
April 26-29, 2010
Wuhan University, Wuhan, China

Inverse Problems has become a very active, interdisciplinary and
well-established research area over the past two decades. It has found wide
applications in engineering, industry, medicine, as well as life and earth

The aim of this conference is to bring together computational and applied
mathematicians from around the world to present and discuss recent
developments in inverse problems and their applications. This conference will
encourage international collaboration and interactive activities on inverse
problems and provide an opportunity for young researchers to learn the current
state of the art in the field and present their recent research results.

Confirmed Invited Speakers
Habib Ammari, Ecole Polytechnique, France
H.T. Banks, North Carolina State University, USA
Gang Bao, Michigan State University, USA
Tony F. Chan, National Science Foundation, USA
Jin Cheng, Fudan University, China
Heinz W. Engl, RICAM, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
Victor Isakov, Wichita State University, USA
Kazufumi Ito, North Carolina State University, USA
Sergey I. Kabanikhin, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Russia
Hyeonbae Kang, Inha University, Korea
Rainer Kress, University of Goettingen, Germany
Philipp Kuegler, RICAM, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
Karl Kunisch, University of Graz, Austria
Tatsien Li, Fudan University, China
Peter Monk, University of Delaware, USA
Roland Potthast, University of Reading, UK
William Rundell, Texas A&M University, USA
Gunther Uhlmann, University of Washington, USA
Gengsheng Wang, Wuhan University, China
Jenn-Nan Wang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Yuesheng Xu, Syracuse University, USA and Sun Yat-sen University, China
Masahiro Yamamoto, University of Tokyo, Japan
Bo Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Xu Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Call for Papers
The conference will arrange invited and contributed talks. The invited talks
are by invitation only, and the final contributed talks will be selected by
the scientific committee from all submitted contributed talks. Those who are
interested to give a contributed presentation, please send a one-page
abstract of your talk to Prof. Lijuan Wang, School of Mathematics and
Statistics, Wuhan University; email: or For a student participant, please indicate in the email.

The one-page abstract of the talk should be prepared in LaTeX or word format.
The deadline for submitting abstracts is December 15, 2009. The notice of
acceptance will be sent on December 31, 2009.

Conference Website


From: Arieh Iserles <>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 12:33:38 -0500
Subject: Foundations of Computational Mathematics, Budapest, Jul 2011

The next Conference in Foundations of Computational Mathematics will
be held on 4–14 July 2011 in Budapest. The conference, organised by
the Society for Foundations of Computational Mathematics
(, is seventh in a sequence that commenced with
the Park City, Rio de Janeiro, Oxford, Minneapolis, Santander and Hong
Kong FoCM meetings.

The plenary speakers are Noga Alon (Tel Aviv), Carlos Beltran
(Santander), Gunnar Carlsson (Stanford), Dave Donoho (Stanford), Rob
Ghrist (Pennsylvania), Alberto Grünbaum (UC Berkeley), Olga Holtz (UC
Berkeley and TU Berlin), Tom Hou (Caltech), Evelyne Hubert (Sophia
Antipolis), Laszlo Lovasz (Budapest), Christian Lubich (Tübingen),
Hans Munthe-Kaas (Bergen), Partha Niyogi (Chicago), Michael Overton
(NYU), Klaus Ritter (Darmstadt), Steve Smale (CU Hong Kong), William
Stein (Seattle) and Mike Stillman (Cornell).

There will be 21 workshops covering different subject areas at the
interface of mathematics and computation. The choice of speakers in a
workshop is the responsibility of workshop organisers. Many (but by no
means all) workshop talks will be by invitation. Those interested in
presenting talks at the workshops are encouraged to contact the
workshop organisers directly.

A preliminary website of the conference resides at .


From: Toby Driscoll <>
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2009 08:51:28 -0400
Subject: Faculty position at the University of Delaware

The University of Delaware invites applications for a position in
computational science at the rank of tenure-track assistant professor or
tenured associate professor, to begin in fall 2010. Outstanding candidates
from all areas of computational science are encouraged to apply, but
preference will be given to those with research specializations in
multiscale phenomena, stochastic methods, or biomedical imaging. The
successful candidate may receive appointments in multiple academic
departments or units at the university.

Applicants must hold a PhD in an appropriate field by date of hire. The
successful candidate will have demonstrated a strong record of collaborative
interdisciplinary research, high potential for maintaining an externally
funded research program in computational science, and the ability to teach
undergraduate and graduate courses in appropriate areas.

Applications should be sent by email to
Submit curriculum vitae, up to two article preprints or reprints, a research
description and plan, and a teaching statement; arrange for at least three
letters of reference to be sent to the above email address. Consideration of
applications will begin December 1, 2009.

The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer, which
encourages applications from Minority Group Members and Women.


From: Tony Humphries <>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 12:20:24 -0500
Subject: Tenure track, Numerical Analysis, McGill University, Canada

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at McGill University invites
applications for a tenure-track position in applied mathematics. While
appointments are expected to be made at the Assistant Professor level, more
senior applicants would be considered.

The appointment is expected to be in numerical analysis within the broad
area of differential equations and scientific computing. Applicants should
have expertise in both analytical and computational aspects, and an active
interest in problems driven by applications.

Candidates must have a doctoral degree at the date of appointment and a
strong background in mathematics. They are expected to have demonstrated the
capacity for independent research of excellent quality. Selection criteria
include research accomplishments, as well as potential contributions to the
Department’s educational programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Applications should be made through MathJobs.Org (Position ID:
McGill-APNUM) and must include a curriculum vitae, a list of publications,
a research outline, a teaching statement which includes an account of
teaching experience, and at least four references (with one addressing the
teaching record). Candidates are also encouraged to provide web links for up
to three selected reprints or preprints, or to upload them to MathJobs.Org.

Candidates must ensure that letters of reference are submitted (preferably
through, though in exceptional circumstances they may be mailed
to Professor A.R. Humphries, Applied Mathematics Search Committee, Dept. of
Mathematics and Statistics, McGill University, 805 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montreal, QC H3A 2K6, Canada).

To ensure full consideration, complete applications including letters of
reference should be received by 8th January 2010, but later applications may
be considered.

McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It
welcomes applications from indigenous peoples, visible minorities, ethnic
minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual
orientations and gender identities and others who may contribute to further
diversification. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however,
in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given
to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.


From: Laurent Demanet <>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 16:49:04 -0500
Subject: Instructor, Postdoc, and Summer Intern positions at MIT

I would appreciate your help forwarding this announcement for
positions in the Mathematics Department at MIT to talented students
nearing graduation, both graduate and undergraduate. Thank you.

- Instructor in Applied Mathematics, in the area of Computational Mathematics.
- Postdoctoral researcher in Computational Mathematics.
- Summer Intern in Computational Mathematics.

All job descriptions can be found at:


From: Dureisseix <>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 08:28:16 -0500
Subject: Postdoc position in numerical simulation at Montpellier, France

A post-doctoral position is opened in the Mechanics and Civil Engineering
Laboratory (LMGC) at Montpellier, France ( The
theme is "Non-regular dynamics of multibody systems and rigid / deformable

Contact: {dubois,dureisseix,pagano}

Background: Project Saladyn (Salome-meca platform for the simulation of non
smooth dynamical multi-models in interaction), selected in 2008 in the "Design
and Simulation" project call of the french national research agency (ANR).
The underlying goal is to design and integrate numerical schemes adapted to an
adaptive mechanical multi-representation of components of a non smooth
dynamical system. The simulation software platform (LMGC90, is suited to the
dynamical simulation of a large collection of bodies (rigid and/or deformable)
in interaction. The objective is to be able to have a theoretical and
numerical framework making it possible to take into account the switch between
modelings, for example from rigid to deformable and vice versa. Applications:
the fracturing of the grains (crushing, liquefaction in the rock avalanches,
stuffing of the railway ballast...). A co-rotational formulation per body is
currently planned (under development) in order to separate the treatment of
the dynamic part of "rigid" body and the quasi-static part "deformable"
assumed to remain in small perturbations. The post-doctoral training course
relates initially to the establishment of an integrated formulation of the
rigid/deformable representation, its implementation in the code previously
mentioned and execution of test cases for validation must be carried out.

Desired skills: Dynamics of rigid solid and non-linear deformable solid,
contact mechanics, Numerical analysis, practice of numerical simulation,
programming (fortran90, python, c++)

Income: approximately 2000 Euros net.


From: "Panayot S. Vassilevski" <>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 00:25:38 -0500
Subject: Post-doc position in coarse (upscaled) discretizations

The Center for Applied Scientific Computing at the Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory has an opening for a postdoctoral
researcher in the area of constructing coarse (upscaled) finite
element discretization schemes based on algebraic mutlgrid. The main
focus will be in the construction of discretization spaces/schemes
utilizing constrained energy minimization. A second related research
topic is a finite element smooth function recovery. It consists of
nonlinear (total variation) functional minimization subject to
constraints with a main target the construction of conservative
(finite volume or discontinuous Galerkin) schemes for hyperbolic equations.

For more details and to apply, please see Job # 008625 at


From: Mitchell Luskin <>
Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2009 19:28:13 -0500
Subject: Postdoc in Multiscale Numerical Analysis at University of Minnesota

A postdoctoral position is available at the University of
Minnesota to participate in the development and analysis
of a multiscale method for the dynamics of materials with defects.
This position is supported by the Department of Energy and
brings together researchers at the University of Minnesota
(Mitchell Luskin, Richard James, Ellad Tadmor) and
the Los Alamos National Laboratory (Art Voter, Danny Perez).
We seek candidates with strong backgrounds in the numerical
analysis and computation of continuum finite
elements and/or molecular dynamics, although all strong
candidates with an interest in this project will be seriously considered.

The preferred start date is during the summer of 2010, and the
duration is three years. Applications will be reviewed starting Dec 1,
and will remain open until the position is filled.
The candidate will teach one semester course per year.

Applicants should submit an AMS cover sheet, complete curriculum vitae, a
description of their research background and interest in this
project, and at least three letters of
recommendation to
under the banner Postdoc-Multiscale Analysis and Computation.
The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.


From: Simona Perotto <>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 04:05:54 -0500
Subject: Fellowships, Reverse Time Migration at MOX, Politecnico di Milano

The MOX Laboratory at Dipartimento di Matematica ``F. Brioschi'' of
Politecnico di Milano, Italy, invites interested candidates to apply for the
following positions in the field of "Seismic Migration for Depth Imaging" :

RTM1: One/Two-year Postdoctoral Research Fellow
RTM2: One/Two-year Research Fellow for Graduate Student (Master Thesis)

Keywords: geophysical perspection; acoustic equation in 3D; hierarchical
space-time representation of the solution; inverse problems; data compression

This is a project in collaboration with an industrial partner.

Contents pertaining to the project:
- proposal of a finite-difference numerical scheme for 3D acoustic equations
in anisotropic media;
- resolution methods based on a hierarchical space-time representation of the
- efficient algorithms for Reverse Time Migration (RTM) based on
control theory;
- compression techniques of the source field based on wavelet compression of
the acoustic signal;
- techniques to exploit the information associated with multiple reflections.

the candidate should hold a solid background in numerical methods for PDE's
and excellent computational skills in Matlab/C++ will be an asset. Concerning
the postdoctoral research fellow, a PhD from a recognized University in
Engineering, Computer Sciences or Applied Mathematics is required.

Applications should include a letter of motivation, a CV, and at least two
letters of recommendation.

The successful candidates should start in the first quarter 2010.

Dr Simona Perotto
phone: + 39 02 2399 4541

Dr Stefano Micheletti
phone: + 39 02 2399 4541


From: Lucy Flesch <>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 11:45:33 -0500
Subject: PhD Opportunity at Purdue University

We invite applications for PhD research assistantships for a 3-year
NSF funded new project in continental dynamics at Purdue University.
The student would join the research team investigating continental
deformation through the innovative application of micropolar theory to
understand the nature of block and continuous behavior. Strong
quantitative skills are required. Ideal candidates will have a
background in geophysics, numerical analysis or applied mathematics.
Applications should be sent to the Department Earth and Atmospheric
Sciences ( with a copy to Lucy Flesch. For more
information please contact Dr. Lucy Flesch
( Purdue University is an Equal Opportunity/Equal
Access/Affirmative Action employer fully committed to achieving a
diverse student body.


From: Matthias Korch <>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 09:15:12 -0500
Subject: Position in Parallel Computing, University of Bayreuth, Germany

The Parallel and Distributed Systems Group at the University of Bayreuth
offers a research position in the area of Parallel Computing beginning
January 1st, 2010. The position is associated with the project "Parallel
solution of ordinary differential equations using adaptive techniques", which
is supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

The ideal candidate has earned a Diploma or a Master's degree in Computer
Science or a related subject, has aquired a strong experience in parallel
programming using C/C++, threads and MPI under the Linux or Unix operating
system and is characterized by a high motivation and the ability to work in a
team but also independently.

Applications are invited until November 15th, 2009.

For further information see
mitarbeiter/MPI-1/index.html and, or please
contact Dr. Matthias Korch at


From: Global Science Press <>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 13:33:32 +0800 (HKT)
Subject: Contents, J. Partial Diff. Eqn. Vol 22, No. 1 (2009)

Journal of Partial Differential Equations (JPDE)
Volume 22, Number 1, (2009)

Articles in the Issue:
(free download)

Wei Na, Niu Pengcheng and Liu Haifeng
Dirichlet eigenvalue ratios for the p-sub-Laplacian in the Carnot group.
J. Part. Diff. Eq., 22 (2009), pp. 1-10.

Wang Jinhuan, Tian Miaoqing and Hong Liang
A nonlinear diffusion system with coupled nonlinear boundary flux.
J. Part. Diff. Eq., 22 (2009), pp. 11-31.

Zhao Chunshan
Remark on exponential decay of ground states for N-Laplacian equations.
J. Part. Diff. Eq., 22 (2009), pp. 32-41.

Chen Aihua
Traveling wave solutions to the three-dimensional nonlinear viscoelastic
system. J. Part. Diff. Eq., 22 (2009), pp. 42-56.

Chen Wei
Boundary homogenization in the spontaneous potential well-logging.
J. Part. Diff. Eq., 22 (2009), pp. 57-73.

Wu Haigen
On global smooth solution of a semi-linear system of wave equations in R3.
J. Part. Diff. Eq., 22 (2009), pp. 74-96.


From: Chi-Wang Shu <>
Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2009 22:11:34 -0400
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing

Journal of Scientific Computing

Volume 41, Number 3, December 2009

Interior Penalty Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Maxwell's
Equations in Cold Plasma
Yunqing Huang and Jichun Li, pp.321-340.

An Asymptotically Stable Semi-Lagrangian scheme in the
Quasi-neutral Limit
R. Belaouar, N. Crouseilles, P. Degond and E. Sonnendrücker,

Stable Boundary Treatment for the Wave Equation on Second-Order
Ken Mattsson, Frank Ham and Gianluca Iaccarino, pp.366-383.

Finite Volume Approximation of One-Dimensional Stiff
Convection-Diffusion Equations
Chang-Yeol Jung and Roger Temam, pp.384-410.

A Sixth-order Image Approximation to the Ionic Solvent Induced
Reaction Field
Ming Xiang, Shaozhong Deng and Wei Cai, pp.411-435.

Local Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method and Error
Estimates for One Class of Sobolev Equation
Fuzheng Gao, Jianxian Qiu and Qiang Zhang, pp.436-460.

Error Estimation of a Class of Stable Spectral Approximation
to the Cahn-Hilliard Equation
Li-ping He, pp.461-482.

Semi-discrete Entropy Satisfying Approximate Riemann Solvers.
The Case of the Suliciu Relaxation Approximation
F. Bouchut and T. Morales de Luna, pp.483-509.

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