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From: Carlo de Falco <>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 13:53:09 -0500
Subject: Isogeometric Analysis Software

The GeoPDEs software suite for research on
Isogeometric Analysis (IGA) has been released.

GeoPDEs is a suite of free software tools for research on IGA,
being developed and maintained as a cooperation of IMATI,
Universita' di Pavia and Politecnico di Milano. It has been
implemented in Octave, and is fully compatible with Matlab.

GeoPDEs has been written with two main objectives. First, to
serve as an entry point for beginners interested in understanding
the basic issues involved in the implementation of an IGA code.
Second, to provide a rapid prototyping and testing tool for new
IGA algoritmhs and methods.

The software is available at

The GeoPDEs development team,
C. de Falco, A. Reali, R. Vazquez

The GeoPDEs project coordinator,
A. Buffa


From: "J. M. Littleton" <>
Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2010 22:53:20 -0500
Subject: Call for Nominations, SIAG/Optimization Prize, Nov 15 2010

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS - SIAG/Optimization Prize -
deadline November 15

The SIAM Activity Group on Optimization Prize (SIAG/OPT Prize)
will be awarded at the SIAM Conference on Optimization to be held
May 15-19, 2011, in Darmstadt, Germany.

The prize is awarded to the author(s) of the most outstanding
paper on a topic in optimization published in English in a
peer-reviewed journal. The eligibility period is the four
calendar years preceding the year of the award. For more
information on the prize, including a list of previous
recipients, see

Candidate papers must be published in English in a peer-reviewed
journal bearing a publication date in the 2007-2010 calendar
years (January 1, 2007 - December 31, 2010). They must contain
significant research contributions to the field of optimization,
as commonly defined in the mathematical literature, with direct
or potential applications.

The award will consist of a plaque and a certificate containing
the citation. At least one of the prize recipients is expected
to attend the award ceremony and to present the paper at the

Nominations, together with a PDF version of the paper, should be
submitted via e-mail to Professor Yinyu Ye, Chair, SIAG/OPT Prize
Committee, before November 15, 2010. For details, see


From: "Damle, Vaishali, Springer US" <>
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 2010 13:39:54 -0400
Subject: New Book, Sparse and Redundant Representations

The following book is published:

Sparse and Redundant Representations: From Theory to Applications
in Signal and Image Processing by Michael Elad
(, 1st Edition, 2010.

[XX, 376 p. 161 illus., 41 in color., Hardcover, ISBN:

More information:

The field of sparse and redundant representation modeling has
gone through a major revolution in the past two decades. Today,
sparsity and redundancy are central, leading to state-of-the-art
results in various disciplines. This book provides a
comprehensive view of this topic, and its use in signal and image
processing. It offers a systematic exposure to the theoretical
foundations of this data model, the numerical aspects of the
involved algorithms, and the signal and image processing
applications that benefit from these advancements. Written as a
textbook for a graduate course for engineering students, this
book can also be used as an easy entry point for readers
interested in stepping into this field, and for others already
active in this area that are interested in expanding their
understanding and knowledge. The book is accompanied by a Matlab
software package that reproduces most of the results demonstrated
in the book. A link to the free software is available on


From: George Anastassiou <>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 12:42:15 -0500
Subject: New Book, Advanced Inequalities


by George A Anastassiou (University of Memphis, USA)

This monograph presents univariate and multivariate classical
analyses of advanced inequalities. This treatise is a
culmination of the author's last thirteen years of research
work. The chapters are self-contained and several advanced
courses can be taught out of this book. Extensive background and
motivations are given in each chapter with a comprehensive list
of references given at the end.

The topics covered are wide-ranging and diverse. Recent advances
on Ostrowski type inequalities, Opial type inequalities, Poincare
and Sobolev type inequalities, and Hardy-Opial type inequalities
are examined. Works on ordinary and distributional Taylor
formulae with estimates for their remainders and applications as
well as Chebyshev-Gruss, Gruss and Comparison of Means
inequalities are studied. The results presented are mostly
optimal, that is the inequalities are sharp and
attained. Applications in many areas of pure and applied
mathematics, such as mathematical analysis, probability, ordinary
and partial differential equations, numerical analysis,
information theory, etc., are explored in detail, as such this
monograph is suitable for researchers and graduate students. It
will be a useful teaching material at seminars as well as an
invaluable reference source in all science libraries.

Readership: Graduate students and researchers in pure mathematics
and applied mathematics. 450pp


Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2010 16:39:06 +0800 (CST)
Subject: New Book, Symplectic Geometric Algorithms for Hamiltonian Systems

The following book

Feng, Kang, Qin, Mengzhao
Symplectic Geometric Algorithms for Hamiltonian Systems

jointly published with Zhejiang Publishing United Group Zhejiang
Science and Technology Publishing House has been published.

This book will be useful not only for numerical analysts, but
also for those in theoretical physics, computational chemistry,
celestial mechanics, etc. The book generalizes and develops the
generating function and Hamilton-Jacobi equation theory from the
perspective of the symplectic geometry and symplectic algebra. It
will be a useful resource for engineers and scientists in the
fields of quantum theory, astrophysics, atomic and molecular
dynamics, climate prediction, oil exploration, etc. Therefore a
systematic research and development of numerical methodology for
Hamiltonian systems is well motivated. Were it successful, it
would imply wide-ranging applications.

This webpage also offers free download of the table of contents
and sample pages.


From: Nick Trefethen <>
Date: Tue, 02 Nov 2010 20:29:53 +0000
Subject: Introduction to Chebfun, Oxford, Nov 12 2010

An "Introduction to Chebfun Afternoon" will be held on
Friday, 12 November at Oxford University. Attendance
is free of charge but participants must sign up in advance.
For information go to
and click on "News".
- Nick Trefethen and Nick Hale


From: "Kirsten Wilden" <>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 12:29:48 -0400
Subject: ACM-SIAM SODA11 Symposium, San Francisco, CA, Jan 2011

Conference Name:
ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA11)

Program Committee Chair:
Dana Randall, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Holiday Inn San Francisco Golden Gateway, San Francisco,
California, USA

January 23-25, 2011

Invited Speakers:
Timothy Chan, University of Waterloo, Canada
William Freeman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Bruce Reed, McGill University, Canada

Registration and the conference schedule are now posted at

December 20, 2010

December 20, 2010

For additional information, contact the SIAM Conferences
Department at


From: Lehel Banjai <>
Date: Sat, 6 Nov 2010 08:50:49 -0500
Subject: Conference on TDBIE at MPI, Leipzig, May 2011

Hereby we announce a three-day meeting with the title:

"Time Domain Boundary Integral Equations: Algorithms, Analysis,


that will take place in Leipzig at the Max Planck Institute for
Mathematics in the Sciences from 4th-6th May 2011.

The invited speakers will be:

- Toufic Abboud (Ecole Polytechnique de Paris, France)
- Patrick Joly (INRIA Paris - Rocquencourt, France)
- Christian Lubich (University of Tübingen, Germany)
- Daniel Weile (University of Delaware, USA)

The topics include but are not restricted to:

- Boundary integral equations for wave propagation phenomena
- Boundary integral equations for parabolic problems
- Time and space Galerkin methods and Convolution Quadrature
- Fast methods and parallel computation

There will be no conference fee and the deadline for abstract
submission is 31st January. The registration and abstracts can be
emailed to For further information see:

Organizers: Francisco-Javier Sayas, U. Delaware, Lehel Banjai,
MPI Leipzig


From: "M.Todorov" <>
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 2010 11:15:17 +0200
Subject: 3rd AMiTaNS, Albena, Bulgaria, Jun 2011

The Euro-American Consortium for Promotion of the Application of
Mathematics in Technical and Natural Sciences is pleased to
announce its 3rd Conference AMiTaNS'11 to be held in Albena which
is one of the top level vacation resorts in the Northern
Bulgarian Black Sea coast.

Duration: 20-25 June 2011

Currently confirmed speakers include:
Raytcho Lazarov, Texas A & M University, College Station, USA
Dan Censor, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Roumen Angelov, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
Vladimir Gerdjikov, Inst of Nucl Res and Nucl Energy, Bulgaria
Gaik Ambartsoumian, University of Texas at Arlington, TX, USA
Hristo Kojouharov, University of Texas at Arlington, TX, USA
Paul Solceanu, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, LA, USA
Azmy Ackleh, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, LA, USA
Ardeshir Guran, Institute of Structronics, Ottawa, Canada
Ivan Koprinkov, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

The conference will be scheduled in plenary and keynote lectures
followed by special and contributed sessions. The accents of the
conference will be on Applied Analysis, Applied Physics,
Biomathematics, Continuum Mechanics, Mathematical Physics,
Numerical Methods, Scientific Computing, Solitons and Transport
Processes which can be complemented by some specific topics in
contributed special sessions. More information is available on
the conference website:

Contact: Christo I. Christov (USA), Michail D. Todorov (Bulgaria)


From: Takahiro Katagiri <>
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 2010 07:18:37 -0500
Subject: CFP, iWAPT2011, Tsukuba, Japan, Jun 2011

The Sixth International Workshop on Automatic Performance Tuning
June 1st - 3rd, 2011
Tsukuba International Congress Center, Tsukuba,Japan

Conference Overview

The Sixth international Workshop on Automatic Performance Tuning
(iWAPT2011) is an International workshop that provides
opportunities for researchers and practitioners in all fields
related to automatic performance tuning to exchange ideas and
experiences on algorithms, libraries, and applications tuned for
recent computing platforms.

In addition to normal technical papers, please consider
submitting position paper on any of the topics. For example, a
position paper could include your thoughts on future auto-tuning
features you consider important, drawbacks of current application
tuning techniques or tools, or constructive suggestions how to
improve state-of-the-art application tuning methods.

Important Dates

- Abstracts submission due (on the web system): January 10, 2011,
11:59pm (Japan Standard Time)
- Full papers submission due: January 17, 2011, 11:59pm (Japan
Standard Time)
- Notification of acceptance of papers: February 20, 2011


From: Laurent Demanet <>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 14:21:10 -0500
Subject: 2011 Gene Golub SIAM Summer School, Canada, Jul 2011

The following information may be of interest to graduate students
in computational mathematics and related fields.

The 2011 Gene Golub SIAM Summer School on "Waves and Imaging"
will take place on July 4-15 in Vancouver. It is a satellite
event of the ICIAM2011 conference. There will be mini-courses on
radar imaging, computerized tomography, seismic imaging, and
imaging in random media. The application deadline is February
1st, 2011.

More information at

Event poster at


From: Jennifer Reddell <>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 14:16:13 -0500
Subject: Computational Research Division Director at Berkeley Lab

Job Title: Division Director, Computational Research Division
Req Number: 25090
Division: Laboratory Directorate
Department: Director's Office

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is accepting
applications for the Computational Research Division (CRD)
Director position. This is a leadership position in a
world-renowned center for scientific research that addresses the
application of computation to emerging challenges in energy and
related science domains, and performs basic research in computer
science and applied mathematics. Reporting to the Laboratory
Director, the primary role for this position will be to provide
scientific leadership for the Division's overall research and
development programs, including defining the strategic vision,
inspiring and motivating staff, and managing the organization to
accomplish its goals in support of the vision. It is expected
that this individual will serve as chief spokesperson for the
Division in interactions with external agencies, including the
Department of Energy, to help advance mission needs and goals of
CRD. CRD is a Division within the Computing Sciences area, which
is also home to the National Energy Research Scientific
Computing (NERSC) Division. The CRD Division Director will work
closely with the Associate Laboratory Director of Computing
Sciences, who coordinates planning and shared operations across
the two divisions.

Berkeley Lab is an incubator for innovations and products that
help society solve critical problems and explain basic scientific
phenomena. Computation plays a significant role in these
activities, and Berkeley Lab is recognized for leadership in
computer science, computational science, and applied
mathematics. Lab scientists in these areas have been recognized
by society fellowships in SIAM, AAAS, IEEE, ACM, and APS, by
memberships in both National Academies, and by prestigious
honors, including the Sidney Fernbach, Grace Murray Hopper, and
Presidential Early Career awards.

The Computational Research Division contains a rich and diverse
set of activities related to high performance computing, applied
mathematics, distributed systems, data analytics and management,
and the application of computation to field such as biology,
cosmology, and climate change. The Departments that report to the
CRD Division Director position include: the Advanced Computing
for Science Department, the Biological Data Management and
Technology Center, the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), and the
High Performance Computing Research Department. More information
about the Computational Research Division can be found at

- Substantial experience managing and developing a scientific
research program
- A proven record of distinguished scientific accomplishments in
a discipline relevant to the research of CRD
- Demonstrated ability to create and lead multidisciplinary projects
- Demonstrated ability to work with government stakeholders;

demonstrated experience working with DOE program managers at
the headquarters level is preferred
- Proven leadership ability and the ability to build consensus
and manage through to execution
- Demonstrated ability to create, develop and execute strategic
- Experience with financial and budget oversight and development
- A Ph.D. or equivalent experience in applied mathematics,
computer science, or another science discipline that has
applied computation.

About Berkeley Lab
Berkeley Lab is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory
located in Berkeley, California. The Lab conducts
multidisciplinary research with key efforts in fundamental
studies of the universe, physics, bioscience, nanoscience, clean
energy, energy efficiency, the environment, and the use of
computing as a tool for discovery. Eleven Nobel laureates are
associated with Berkeley Lab, which is managed by the University
of California. Learn more at and

High Performance Computing Research Department
The High Performance Computing Research Department conducts basic
research in applied mathematics and computer science. This
includes work in mathematical modeling, algorithm design, and
optimization of complex systems. They also perform research in
many aspects of high performance computing, including operating
systems, compilers, numerical libraries, scientific
visualization, and computer architecture. They use computational
techniques in fields such as climate modeling and astrophysics,
and collaborate with researchers across many disciplines to solve
their computational and data analytics problems. For more
information see

Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)
ESnet is a high-speed network serving thousands of Department of
Energy scientists at over 40 institutions and connected to 100
other networks. ESnet is a pioneer in providing high-bandwidth,
reliable connections and network services tailored to movement of
massive scientific data sets. The network facility enables
collaborations on some of the world's most important scientific
research challenges including energy, climate science, and the
origins of the universe. ESnet performs networking research and
development, including the Advanced Networking Initiative, which
is accelerating the deployment of 100 Gbps technologies to
support future science research and education. For more
information see

Advanced Computing for Science Department
The Advanced Computing for Science (ACS) Department's research
focuses on software solutions to enable domain scientists to
address complex and large-scale computing and data analysis. ACS
engages in partnerships with scientists to develop novel
solutions that fit the needs of the domain scientists. Current
partnerships address needs in High-Energy Physics, Astronomy,
climate change, and ecoinformatics. In addition, the group
performs research in cloud computing, distributed workflow tools,
distributed troubleshooting, cybersecurity, and protocols for
energy efficiency. For more information see

Biological Data Management and Technology Center
The Biological Data Management and Technology Center (BDMTC)
provides data management and bioinformatics tool development
projects at the Joint Genome Institute (JGI), the Life Sciences
and Physical Biosciences Divisions at LBNL, Biomedical Centers at
UCSF, the California Institute for Quantitative Biomedical
Research (QB3), and similar organizations. The Center uses novel
techniques for the underlying data generation, interpretation,
and analysis methods and algorithms. For more information see

The Division Director will be appointed as a Senior Scientist at
LBNL. The successful candidate is encouraged to bring his or her
own research program to Berkeley Lab in order to maintain a
vibrant connection to the research. The possibility exists for an
additional affiliation with the University of California.

This is an "at will" position and serves at the discretion of the
Laboratory Director.

The Division Director position is also subject to a background
check and the financial disclosure requirements of the California
Political Reform Act of 1974.

Applications received by December 15, 2010 will receive full

How To Apply
Apply directly online at
and follow the instructions to complete the application process.

This is one-year term appointment with the possibility of renewal
based upon satisfactory job performance, continuing availability
of funds, and ongoing operational needs.

Equal Employment Opportunity
Berkeley Lab is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer
committed to the development of a diverse workforce.


From: Laurent Demanet <>
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2010 06:47:27 -0700
Subject: Postdoc Positions in Comp Math at MIT

The Imaging and Computing group in the Department of Mathematics
at MIT invites applications for two postdoctoral positions in
computational mathematics, with focus on some subset of the
following areas: computational wave propagation, optimization,
inverse problems, applied harmonic analysis, sparsity
(compressive sensing), fast algorithms, radar imaging, seismic
imaging. More information at

The group also offers summer internship opportunities for
talented undergraduate and master-level students -- same
link. Please pass along the information!


From: Adam Oberman <>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2010 14:14:08 -0700
Subject: Postdoc Position in Comp and Applied Math at Simon Fraser Univ

The Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University (in
Vancouver, British Columbia) has a large and active Computational
and Applied Mathematics group which is seeking applicants for one
or more postdoctoral positions, starting May 1 (or Sept 1) 2011.
Potential applicants should have a background compatible with the
interests of the Computational and Applied Mathematics Faculty,
see or They should
posses a doctorate (or equivalent) in the appropriate field of
study by May 2011.

Application materials should be sent via These include:
a letter of application,
a current curriculum vitae,
a research statement,
three letters of reference.

Applications received by December 1st will be eligible for
nomination for Pacific Institute for the Mathematical
Sciences (PIMS) postdoc. Later applications will also be


Date: Sun, 7 Nov 2010 22:53:47 +0100 (CET)
Subject: PhD and Postdoc Positions, SADCO Network, Europe

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT in Europe: Paris, Louvain, Bayreuth,
Padova, Rome, Porto, London. International
applications (including non European citizens) are welcome.

Up to 18 PhD and 7 postdoctoral fellowships are funded by the
Marie Curie programme through the SADCO network (Sensitivity
Analysis for Deterministic Controller Design), starting in
January 2011.

Research topics include Control theory, stabilisation and
optimisation of nonlinear systems, Hamilton-Jacobi theory,
differential games, perturbed systems, numerical analysis.
Please, consult for complete programme

Extremely competitive salaries, mobility and travel allowances
will be offered. Criteria for selection include demonstrated
research ability in applied mathematical sciences, strength in
verbal and written communication.

Interested candidates should send applications containing cover
letter, CV (with the list of publications if any), the names and
contact of at least two referees (see contacts for each position
at the web page: The application
review process will begin in November 30, 2010.

Questions and inquiries can be adrressed to Prof. Hasnaa Zidani,
by email to Hasnaa.Zidani(@)


From: BjrnFredrikNielsen <>
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2010 05:05:38 -0500
Subject: PhD Position in Math Modeling, Norway

A full-time limited-term position as PhD stipendiate is available
at the Department of Mathematical Sciences and Technology of the
Norwegian University of Life Sciences at Ĺs, Norway. The position
is limited to three years.

The Computational Neuroscience Group is at the Department of
Mathematical Sciences and Technology of the Norwegian University
of Life Sciences. The PhD stipendiate position has research
education as one of the primary goals. The successful applicant
must therefore fulfill the admissions requirements for PhD
studies at UMB ( and is expected to
finish a PhD during the alotted time period. For information on
the research group, see

Our group presently consists of five permanent faculty
members (Einevoll, Indahl, Nielsen, Plesser, Wyller), one
researcher, five post-docs, eight doctoral students and a
scientific programmer. We have close collaborations with
experimental and computational neuroscientists from many research
institutions, including University of Oslo, University of
California at San Diego, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Honda
Research Institute Europe, University of Freiburg and Radboud
University Nijmegen. We enjoy prioritized access to the Norwegian
national scientific high-performance computing
resources ( as part of a grant from the
eScience program of the Research Council of Norway.

The PhD project will focus on mathematical/computational modeling
of extracellular potentials as recorded by various types of
electrodes in the living brain as well as in slices of brain
tissue. A combination of detailed compartmental modeling of nerve
cells (using the simulator Neuron) and electromagnetic forward
modeling based on the finite element method (FEM) and other
methods will be used. For more information on modeling of
extracellular potentials and links to previous publications on
the topic from our group, see 20modelling.

The successful applicant must have a mathematically oriented
masters degree (e.g., in physics, computer science, mathematics
or computational biology) and proven skills in computer-based
mathematical modelling. Working experience from using high-level
programming languages like Python, Matlab, Java or C++ is
considered advantageous. The working language in our group is
English. We would like to increase the number of women in our
group and encourage women to apply.

The position is limited to three years, and we will like to fill
it as soon as possible. The salary is expected to start at state
salary level 48 currently NOK 383700 (EUR 46975, USD 65150) per
year followed by annual increases. Please contact prof. Gaute
T. Einevoll (+47-95124536, for more

Deadline for application: December 15th 2010 Please submit your
application, which should include a CV with a publication list,
either electronically via , or by
conventional mail to Dept. of Mathematical Sciences and
Technology, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, PO Box 5003,
1432 Aas, Norway.


From: Teresa Diogo <>
Date: Sat, 6 Nov 2010 22:06:08 -0500
Subject: Research Fellowships in Integral Equations at CEMAT, IST, Lisbon

Two graduate research fellowships are available in the area of
integral equations at CEMAT, the Centre for Mathematics and its
Applications, IST, Lisbon.

Deadline: 19 November 2010

The positions are available in the framework of the
project, "Analytical and Computational Methods for Singular
Integral Equations", PTDC/MAT/101867/2008, funded by the
Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, FCT, and
coordinated by Prof. Teresa Diogo. The successful candidates will
be part of an integrated team and will interact with national and
international collaborators.

Research will be focused on the analytical and numerical aspects
of nonlinear singular integral equations with cordial kernels and
blow up solutions; of interest will also be nonlinear equations
with applications in finance and option pricing. We are also
interested in nonlinear initial boundary value problems for
integro-differential equations.

Suitable candidates should hold a Master degree in applied
mathematics, with a strong background in numerical methods for
integral or differential equations. Good programming skills and
some research experience are also required. The positions are
available for one year with the possibility of a further
extension, depending on external funding availability. The
stipend is 980 euros per month.

To ensure full consideration, interested candidates should send
by email ( a CV, a statement of purpose
describing relevant expertise and research interests, and the
contact information (names and e-mail addresses) of three senior
professors who can write a recommendation letter.

To learn more about CEMAT, please see:


From: Martin Berzins <>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2010 18:19:40 -0600 (MDT)
Subject: Contents, Applied Numerical Mathematics, 60(12)

Applied Numerical Mathematics,
Vol. 60, Iss. 12, 2010 Pages 1183-1464
December 2010

Approximation and extrapolation of convergent and divergent
sequences and series (CIRM, Luminy - France, 2009)

Edited by Claude Brezinski, Michela Redivo-Zaglia and
Ernst Joachim Weniger

1. Editorial Board Page IFC

2. Preface Page 1183 Claude Brezinski, Michela Redivo-Zaglia,
Ernst Joachim Weniger

3. An introduction to the topics presented at the conference
Approximation and extrapolation of convergent and divergent
sequences and series; CIRM Luminy: September 28, 2009-October 2,

2009 Pages 1184-1187 Ernst Joachim Weniger

4. Reliable root detection with the qd-algorithm: When Bernoulli,
Hadamard and Rutishauser cooperate Pages 1188-1208 Hassane
Allouche, Annie Cuyt

5. From numerical quadrature to Padé approximation Pages
1209-1220 C. Brezinski

6. A generalization of the G-transformation and the related
algorithms Pages 1221-1230 Claude Brezinski, Yi He, Xing-Biao Hu,
Jian-Qing Sun

7. Extensions of Drummond's process for convergence acceleration
Pages 1231-1241 C. Brezinski, M. Redivo-Zaglia

8. Asymptotic and factorial expansions of Euler series truncation
errors via exponential polynomials Pages 1242-1250 Riccardo

9. Computation of rational Szeg˙˙-Lobatto quadrature formulas
Pages 1251-1263 Adhemar Bultheel, Pablo González-Vera, Erik
Hendriksen, Olav Njĺstad

10. On the ambiguity of functions represented by divergent power
series Pages 1264-1272 Irinel Caprini, Jan Fischer, Ivo Vrko˙˙

11. Padé approximants and the prediction of non-perturbative
parameters in particle physics. Pages 1273-1285 Oscar Catŕ

12. Positive rational interpolatory quadrature formulas on the
unit circle and the interval. Pages 1286-1299 Karl Deckers,
Adhemar Bultheel, Ruymán Cruz-Barroso, Francisco Perdomo-Pío

13. qd block algorithm. Pages 1300-1308 André Draux, Mohamed

14. Stokes phenomenon for the prolate spheroidal wave
equation. Pages 1309-1319 F. Fauvet, J.-P. Ramis,
F. Richard-Jung, J. Thomann

15. 100 years of improvements of bounding properties of Padé
approximants to the Stieltjes functions: One-point, two-point and
N-point Padé approximants. Pages 1320-1331 Jacek Gilewicz

16. Calculation of the characteristic functions of anharmonic
oscillators. Pages 1332-1341 Ulrich D. Jentschura, Jean

17. Classical multiple orthogonal polynomials of Angelesco
system. Pages 1342-1351. D.W. Lee

18. Asymptotic behaviours and general recurrence relations. Pages
1352-1363 Elie Leopold

19. Padé approximation and continued fractions. Pages 1364-1370
Lisa Lorentzen

20. Study of a generalized Levin-Weniger convergence accelerator
of numerical series: Particular cases and applications to
multi-electron integrals in atomic physics. Pages 1371-1381
Ignacio Porras, Francisco Cordobés-Aguilar

21. Recurrence for values of the zeta function. Pages 1382-1394
Marc Prévost

22. Survey of numerical stability issues in convergence
acceleration. Pages 1395-1410 Avram Sidi

23. A recursive algorithm for the G transformation and accurate
computation of incomplete Bessel functions. Pages 1411-1417
Richard M. Slevinsky, Hassan Safouhi

24. Strong coupling asymptotics of the ˙˙-function in ˙˙4 theory
and QED Pages 1418-1428 I.M. Suslov

25. Summation of divergent power series by means of factorial
series. Pages 1429-1441 Ernst Joachim Weniger

26. Efficient algorithm for summation of some slowly convergent
series. Pages 1442-1453 Pawe˙˙ Wo˙˙ny

27. Summation of divergent series: Order-dependent mapping Pages
1454-1464 Jean Zinn-Justin

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