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From: Hyejin Kim <>
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2011 15:09:09 -0500
Subject: New Journal in Data Mining from Wiley

New Journal in Data Mining from Wiley

Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery (WIDM)

WIREs Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery features a unique hybrid
publishing model that=92s as comprehensive as a major reference, as current=
a journal, and much more=85

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From: "Nicole C. Erle" <>
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2011 14:39:07 -0500
Subject: SIAM Conf on Math & Comp Geosciences (GS11), Mar 2011

Conference Name: SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in =
Geosciences (GS11)

Location: Hilton Long Beach & Executive Meeting Center, Long Beach, Califor=

Dates: March 21-24, 2011

Invited Speakers:
J=F6rn Behrens, KlimaCampus - University of Hamburg, Germany
Yalchin Efendiev, Texas A&M University, USA
Jerry M. Harris, Stanford University, USA
Barbara Romanowicz, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Antonin Settari, University of Calgary and Taurus Reservoir Solutions, Cana=
William C. Skamarock, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, US=

Registration is Now Available!

Pre-Registration Deadline: Monday, February 21, 2011 at 4:00 PM EST

Hotel Reservation Deadline: Monday, February 21, 2011

Registration and the preliminary program for this conference are available =

For additional information, contact the SIAM Conference Department at


From: "Sopasakis, Alexandros" <>
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2011 15:02:56 -0500
Subject: SIAM-SEAS 2011, Univ North Carolina at Charlotte, Mar 2011

The 35th annual meeting of the Southeast-Atlantic Section of the Society fo=
the Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM-SEAS 2011) will be held at the
univeristy of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, March 26-27, 2011=

The aim of this conference is to attract both practitioners and academics i=
order to present and discuss on their latest research endeavors. Work on ti=
topics in all scientific applied and computational mathematical fields is
welcome. We hope the meeting will provide a place for members to exchange i=
and to expand their network of colleagues in both academia and industry.

The programme is organised around the talks given by distinguished invited
speakers in diverse fields: Individual
contributions may be submitted to either an oral or a poster
session. Participants are encouraged to propose minisymposia consisting of =
number of papers on a given topic.

You are invited to submit an abstract (less than 100 words) of an oral or
poster contribution to The deadline for recei=
of abstracts is 15th Feb. 2011, but earlier submission is encouraged.

Scientific Programme Committee
Alexandros Sopasakis (chair), Mathematics & Statistics
Scott David Kelly (president), Mechanical Engineering & Engineering Science
Russell Keanini, Mechanical Engineering & Engineering Science
Praveen Ramaprabhu, Mechanical Engineering & Engineering Science
Mesbah Uddin, NC Motorsports & Automotive Research Center
Sheng-Guo Wang, Engineering Technology
Mingxin Xu, Mathematics & Statistics

For further information, email or see


From: Arieh Iserles <>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 18:52:21 -0500
Subject: LMS Invited Lectures on Comp Sensing, Cambridge, Mar 2011

The 2011 Invited Lectures of London Mathematical Society will be held in
Cambridge on 21--25 March and this year's theme is "compressed sensing". Th=
main lecturer is Emmanuel Cand=E9s (Stanford), additional lectures will be
delivered by Anders Hansen (Cambridge), Vincent Rivoirard (Paris- Dauphine)=
Carola-Bibiane Sch=F6nlieb (Cambridge) and Jared Tanner (Edinburgh).

The lectures will be of an instructional character and accessible to genera=
mathematical audience. Participation is free but please let know if you intend to come or need assistance with
accommodation. Modest funds are available to assist participants from outsi=
Cambridge: priority will be given to UK-based research students.

Ben Green
Arieh Iserles
Richard Nickl


From: "Weideman, JAC <>" <>
Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 10:06:50 +0200
Subject: SANUM, South Africa, Mar 2011

Registration for the 35th South African Symposium on Applied and Numerical
Mathematics (SANUM) is now open at .

We are also pleased to announce our final list of plenary speakers:
Desmond Higham (Strathclyde)
Mike Powell (Cambridge)
Douw Steyn (British Columbia and AIMS)
Nick Trefethen (Oxford)
Jared Tanner (Edinburgh)

Andre' Weideman
On behalf of the SANUM Organizing Committee


From: Endre Suli <>
Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2011 05:27:12 -0500
Subject: INI/WIMCS Comp Challenges in PDEs, UK, Apr 2011

INI/WIMCS Joint Follow-Up Meeting On Computational Challenges in PDEs

Swansea (UK), 4th-8th April 2011

The research programme on Computational Challenges for Partial Differential
Equations was held at the Isaac Newton Institute (INI) in Cambridge between
January and July in 2003. The programme resulted in important contributions
to the fields of adaptivity and error control, the construction and
mathematical analysis of multiscale numerical algorithms, the approximation
of high-dimensional PDEs and the mathematical analysis of numerical
algorithms for general PDEs.

Building on the success of this programme, the INI and the Wales Institute
of Mathematical and Computational Sciences (WIMCS) are jointly organising a
one week follow-up meeting in 2011. The meeting will consist of 32 invited
contributions in the areas of multiscale modelling, interface modelling,
PDEs on surfaces and geometric evolution problems, biomedical applications,
computational rheology, atomistic to continuum passage, low order modelling
and uncertainty modelling.

Further information may be found at


From: Ian Mitchell <>
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2011 18:51:33 -0500
Subject: Workshop on Reproducible Research, Vancouver, Jul 2011

Reproducible Research: Tools and Strategies for Scientific Computing

is a workshop that will be held July 13-16, 2011 at the University of Briti=
Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. This is part of the Applied Mathematics
Perspectives joint conference taking place the week before ICIAM 2011.

The first (optional) day of the workshop will consist of a set of tutorials=
techniques -- such as version control -- that can improve reproducibility a=
the personal level: your ability to replicate your own results weeks, month=
s or
years later.

The middle two days will feature a talks by participants on technical and
non-technical aspects of scientific software development and dissemination.

The final day will feature a community forum on topics related to dissemina=
reproducible research and in particular the roles that journals and funding
agencies can play.

The main workshop (first three days) has room for roughly 40 people, but we
have reserved space for people who apply to attend. In particular, we welc=
applications from graduate students or postdoctoral fellows and from
under-represented groups in the mathematical sciences. Some funding may be
available from the NSF to help support participants from the US, particular=
in the above categories.

The community forum on the final day is open to all, whether or not you att=
the workshop.

For more information and the application procedure, see (workshop) (forum)


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 14:53:55 -0500
Subject: ICIAM 2011 Registration Deadline Approaching

The early bird registration deadline for ICIAM 2011 is February 28, 2011.
Please take advantage of this cost saving by registering early. For more
information, please visit the website here:

Important information about airline discounts is available on the ICIAM
website at

Exhibit and advertising opportunities are still available for ICIAM. For
more information, please go to

The Congress will feature an outstanding scientific program
( involving:
* 2800+ speakers
* Over 450 minisymposium (
* 27 invited speakers (
* 20 thematic minisymposium
* 9 industrial thematic minisymposium
* 3 prize lectures (
* 2 public lectures (
* 1 embedded meeting (American Women in Mathematics) (
* Jerry Marsden Memorial Day (2 thematic minisymposium plus memorial lectur=

I look forward to welcoming all of you to Vancouver, July 18 =96 22, 2011 f=
ICIAM 2011! (

Best wishes,
Arvind Gupta, President, ICIAM 2011
CEO & Scientific Director, MITACS


From: "ammcs conference" <>
Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2011 10:45:26 -0500
Subject: AMMCS-2011 Conference, Waterloo, Canada, Jul 2011

AMMCS-2011 Conference, Waterloo, Canada, 25-29 July 2011

The International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Modeling and Computati=
Science (AMMCS-2011) will take place in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada from July=
- 29, 2011. It is a satellite meeting of the ICIAM-2011, coordinated with S=
and AIMS.

Researchers are invited to submit minisymposia and special sessions proposa=
(deadline is March 1). Abstract submission to both special and contributed
sessions is open (deadline is March 15). Refereed proceedings will be
published by AIP and selected papers, presented at the conference, will be
invited to special journal issues. Further details are at the conference
website: (contact us at

We look forward to welcoming you in Waterloo.

AMMCS-2011 General Chairs
Ilias Kotsireas and Roderick Melnik


From: Lidia Aceto <>
Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2011 19:12:11 +0100
Subject: ICNAMM 2011, Young Researchers Symposium, Greece, Sep 2011

ICNAAM 2011 =97 "Young researchers symposium on numerical methods for
differential problems of practical interest"

The main goal of the symposium is to bring together young researchers
working on the numerical treatment of differential problems of
particular interest in the applications. The attention is devoted to the
numerical analysis of equations modeling real-life phenomena arising
from science and engineering. In particular, it will be focused on:
- ordinary differential equations;
- partial differential equations;
- fractional differential equations;
- Sturm-Liouville problems.

This symposium will held in Halkidiki, Greece, within the 9th
International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics
2011 on September 19-25, 2011 (please visit the conference website:, for more information).

Young researchers less than forty are invited to give their contribute.
To participate just send an e-mail to: or, before March 31, 2011.

The organizers:
Lidia Aceto (University of Pisa, Italy)
Paolo Novati (University of Padova, Italy)


From: "Theodore E. Simos" <>
Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 06:23:54 -0500
Subject: Intl Conf NA and Applied Math, Greece, Sep 2011

(ICNAAM 2011),

G-Hotels , Halkidiki, Greece , 19-25 SEPTEMBER 2011.
URL address:

Within ICNAAM 2011 we will celebrate the 76th birthday of Professor William

The aim of ICNAAM 2011 is to bring together leading scientists of the
international Numerical & Applied Mathematics community and to attract orig=
research papers of very high quality. The topics to be covered include (but=
not limited to): All the research areas of Numerical Analysis and Computati=
Mathematics and all the research areas of Applied Mathematics: (see

For details on the subjects and descriptions of these symposia, please see =
web page

Call for papers and Symposia

You are invited to submit a paper and/or a proposal to organize a symposium=
See for details.

Contact information:

Secretary ICNAAM, E-mail: and a carbon copy to the e-=
address:, Postal Address: 10 Konitsis Street,
Amphithea-Paleon Phaliron, GR-175 64, Athens, Greece, Fax: +30210 94 20 091


From: Henning Meyerhenke <>
Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2011 15:49:33 -0500
Subject: 10th DIMACS Impl. Challenge: Graph Part & Graph Clus

10th DIMACS Implementation Challenge: Graph Partitioning and Graph Clusteri=

On behalf of the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer
Science DIMACS, the organizing committee invites participation in an
Implementation Challenge focusing on Graph Partitioning and Graph
Clustering. The Implementation Challenge starts in February 2011 with the
collection of testbeds. Participants are invited to carry out research
projects related to the problem area and to present research papers at the
Challenge's workshop to be held in Atlanta (Georgia, USA) on February 13/14=
2012. Refereed proceedings will be published in the AMS-DIMACS book series.

The goals of the Implementation Challenge are (i) to determine how algorith=
depend on the structure of the underlying data sets, (ii) to determine
realistic algorithm performance, and (iii) to obtain a reproducible picture=
the state-of-the-art in the area of graph partitioning and graph clustering
algorithms. To this end we are identifying a standard set of benchmark
instances and generators. We invite researchers from various application ar=
to provide interesting data sets for graph partitioning and graph clusterin=
problems. Contributions could consist either of sample data sets from a tru=
application or of realistic instance generators resembling practical data
sets. Also, we invite the specification of interesting objective functions
based on real-world applications. Our goal is to construct a modern library=
test problems reflecting current input sizes.

All information on the Challenge is available on the Challenge website
above. To register for the Challenge, please send an email to
dimacs-challenge-orga (at) and register to the participants'
mailing list dimacs-challenge-10 (at) Note that neither DIM=
nor the committee members can provide financial support for research projec=
or machine cycles for the experiments.


From: "Pitman, E Bruce" <>
Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 09:33:36 -0500
Subject: Faculty Position in Mathematics at Univ Buffalo

Faculty Position
Department of Mathematics
University at Buffalo

The Department of Mathematics of the University at Buffalo anticipates the
appointment of a tenure-track assistant professor, effective August,
2011. Salary will be competitive. Preference will be given to researchers
working in areas of algebra, analysis, applied mathematics and
geometry/topology, however outstanding candidates in other fields will be
considered. Applicants should have excellent research accomplishments and
potential, a Ph.D. in the mathematical sciences and a strong commitment to

Applicants must submit their application package on-line at: (search for 0333-Mathematics under Department)
and include a letter of application, full curriculum vitae, brief statement=
teaching philosophy and proposed research plans (<5 pages), and the names a=
contact information (including mail and email addresses and phone numbers) =
professional references. Of the four reference letters, one letter must sup=
the applicant's effectiveness as a teacher.

The deadline for applications is February 28. Late applications will be
considered until the position is filled.

The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Recruiter. We ar=
interested in identifying prospective minority and women candidates. No per=
in whatever relationship with the University at Buffalo, shall be subject t=
discrimination on the basis of age, color, creed, handicap, marital status,
national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or veteran status.


From: Fred Wubs <>
Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 08:54:44 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position at University of Groningen

Within the NWO-COMPLEXITY program the project PREdictability of KURoshio cu=
path transitionS(PREKURS) was recently funded. The Kuroshio current near t=
Japanese coast in the North Pacific Ocean undergoes decadal time scale
transitions between different paths. The aim of this project is to assess t=
predictability of these path transitions and to determine the effects of th=
large-scale (equivalent) barotropic instabilities, meso-scale eddies and
wind-stress variations on this predictability.

In the project we will use a combination of direct numerical simulation,
stochastic parameterization of the effects of meso-scale eddies, techniques=
the theory of random dynamical systems and data-assimilation methods to ana=
the flows in one- and two-layer shallow water models of the Kuroshio Curren=
Ensemble methods will be used to investigate the predictability of the Kuro=
path transitions, including a study of the impact of specific observations,=
deterministic and stochastic models. The postdoc in Groningen will concentr=
on the stochastic parameterization of meso-scale eddies and the numerical
techniques to tackle the stochastic partial differential equations efficien=

Candidates should hold a PhD-degree in applied mathematics or physics; have=
good knowledge of numerical mathematics, especially for CFD; have good
programming skills; preferably have experience with stochastic analysis and
oceanography; have demonstrated a potential to carry out creative and
independent research, and to publish in the peer-reviewed literature.

The candidate is offered a full-time position for one year with a possible =
year extension. We would like to receive a letter of motivation in which yo=
describe why you are interested in this project, your curriculum vitae
(including selected publications), the names and e-mail addresses of two
referees. Applications should be send to before Februari 28.

For information you can contact F.W. Wubs (


From: "Ledger P.D." <>
Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 18:25:22 -0000
Subject: PhD Studentship in Comp Mech/Sci Comp, UK

Fully Funded PhD Studentship in Computational Mechanics/Scientific Computat=

The College of Engineering, Swansea University (UK) has a Zienkiewicz
studentship available in computational mechanics/ Scientific Computing enti=
"Coupled hp-finite element simulation of electro-mechanical systems". Stude=
should have a background in Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science or

Applicants must have a 1st BSc or BEng degree in Engineering, Physics,
Mathematics or Computer Science and a distinction in either Computational
Mechanics or Scientific Computing at Masters Level. Previous programming
experience in MATLAB or similar language is essential.

This studentship is open to overseas (non-EU) applicants only. The students=
covers tuition fees for overseas students and provides students with a burs=
for 3 years.

This is a fully funded, three year PhD Zienkiewicz studentship, including f=
international fees plus an annual stipend of =A313,290.

The topic of the PhD will be coupled finite element solution of
electro-mechanical systems. This should be viewed in the general sense to
include coupling between electromagnetic effects and fluid dynamics and/or
coupling between electromagnetic effects and non-linear mechanical
behaviour. An hp-finite element discretisation will be employed with
(different) basis functions chosen appropriate for representing the behavio=
r of
electric and magnetic field, fluid flow quantities, displacements and strai=
and stresses.

Dr Paul D. Ledger and Dr Antonio J. Gil

Proposed start date:
1st April 2011 or 1st July 2011

How to apply:
In the first instance, applicants are required to send a CV and covering le=
explaining their reasons for applying to Dr Paul Ledger by Friday 11th Feb
Dr P.D. Ledger
College of Engineering
Swansea University
Wales UK


From: Roger Van Keer <>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 09:45:49 -0500
Subject: PhD Position at NaM2, Ghent University, Belgium

PhD Position at NaM2, Ghent University (Belgium)

We would like to inform you that we have a new position for a researcher at
the Group for Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modeling (NaM2) of the
Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (FEA) of Ghent University (UG), whi=
might lead to a PhD.

The position is opened in the frame of interdisciplinary research projects
with textile engineers from FEA of UG and with enterprises in the domain of
textile engineering. In particular, the research will deal with the use an=
extension of multi-scale algorithms for multi-phase flow in textile materia=
(as a type of porous media), taking into account e.g. wetting, drying, ener=
balance. The candidate will join an already active group in this domain.

The netto income for a starting PhD-student is about EUR 1730 monthly; the
income gradually increases.

The candidate for a PhD-position should have obtained a master degree in
applied mathematics or mathematical engineering, with a working knowledge o=
numerical analysis and scientific computing (in python and/or C++ and/or
Matlab). A basic knowledge of porous media flow is desirable.

The research position for a period of 2 years, which may be prolongated, is
open from June 1, 2011 or earlier.

For further information the candidate should contact Dr. Benny Malengier

Candidates are asked to send their application materials (including curricu=
vitae, list of publications if any, cover letter describing
qualifications/experience and motivation, degree certificates, names and em=
addresses of one or two scientists willing to provide a reference) via emai=
to Prof. Roger Van Keer ( with a copy to Dr. Benny
Malengier ( The deadline for applications is Apri=
1, 2011.


From: "Anne C. Elster" <>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 22:44:54 -0500
Subject: PhD Position in Heterogeneous Comp, NTNU, Norway

A PhD Position: Heterogeneous Computing Framework Targeted Medical Image
Analysis and/or Visualization -- Dept. of Computer and Info. Science at NTN=

A major challenge in medical image analysis is achieving real-time
performance so that one can use the enhanced images for image-guided
surgery, make real-time adjustments etc. The imaging techniques needed incl=
image enhancement to improve the quality of ultrasound, MRI and CT images,
segmentation to extract interesting structures, and registering information
from several sources into a common coordinate system.

GPUs and embedded devices are now massive floating-point stream processors =
offer energy efficient compute power. Recent development of tools such as C=
and OpenCL has made it much easier to utilize the computational power these
systems offer.

This position will focus on developing a heterogeneous computing framework
that addresses HPC research issues such as performance modeling, analysis a=
optimization techniques for multi- and many-core CPU-GPU interactions,
multi-level caching, etc, which are issues that still need to be addressed =
order to achieve satisfactory real-time image processing. Results will be
measured by using a real medical imaging application.

Application deadline: February 14, 2011

Applications must be submitted electronically through

The above link also includes further details regarding the project.


From: Luis Felipe Feres Pereira <>
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2011 04:25:02 +0000
Subject: PhD Students in Appiedl Math, Univ of Wyoming

The Department of Mathematics and the School of Energy Resources at the
University of Wyoming are recruiting several Ph.D. students to develop trul=
interdisciplinary research projects in Applied Mathematics. One research
effort is focused on uncertainty quantification for geologic carbon
sequestration. This project involves multi-scale modeling within a Bayesian
Monte Carlo Markov Chain framework for aquifer characterization. Another
research effort relates to the development of error estimations of various
multi-rate numerical methods as found in many applications such as simulati=
of porous media flows, nuclear reactor irradiation, and reaction-diffusion

The ideal candidates should have obtained an undergraduate degree in
Mathematics (or other related area) with good background in mathematical
analysis and numerical methods. Previous experience in computer programmin=
(preferably in C++) is an advantage. For further information, please contac=
Dr. Victor Ginting ( or Dr. Felipe Pereira
( Please visit and for additional information about the University of


From: George Anastassiou <>
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2011 05:16:05 -0500
Subject: Contents, J. Computational Analysis and Appl, 13(1)

VOL.13, NO.1, 2011

Approximation Properties of Some Multivariate Generalized Singular Integral=
in the Unit Polydisk, George A. Anastassiou and Sorin G. Gal

Some Properties of Chebyshev Systems, Richard A. Zalik

Solution to a Singular Integro-Differential Equation III, J.N. Pandey

Some approximation theorems for functions of two variables through almost
convergence of double sequences, G.A. Anastassiou, M. Mursaleen and S.A.

Wavelet Transforms of Schwartz Distributions, J.N. Pandey

Quantitative Estimates in the Overconvergence of Some Complex Multivariate
Generalized Singular Integrals in Polystrips, George A. Anastassiou and Sor=
G. Gal

On special differential subordinations using a generalized Salagean operato=
and Ruscheweyh derivative, Alina Alb Lupas

Certain special differential superordinations using multiplier transformati=
and Ruscheweyh derivative, Alina Alb Lupas

On a subclass of analytic functions defined by Ruscheweyh derivative and
multiplier transformations, Alina Alb Lupas

On special differential superordinations using multiplier transformation,
A. Alb Lupas

Approximation Properties of Some Multicomplex Singular Integrals in the Uni=
Polydisk, George A. Anastassiou and Sorin G. Gal

Spaces with &#61555;-compact finite weak-bases, Zhaowen Li and Qingguo Li

Statistical Lp-Convergence of Double Smooth Picard Singular Integral
Operators, George A. Anastassiou and Oktay Duman

On the computation of the rank of triangular banded block Toeplitz matrices=
Jie Huang and Ting-Zhu Huang


From: Chi-Wang Shu <>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 19:12:08 -0500
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing, 46(3)

Journal of Scientific Computing

Volume 46, Number 3, March 2011

Scalability of an Unstructured Grid Continuous Galerkin Based Hurricane Sto=
Surge Model S. Tanaka, S. Bunya, J.J. Westerink, C. Dawson and R.A. Luettic=

A Speed-Up Strategy for Finite Volume WENO Schemes for Hyperbolic Conservat=
Fei Teng, Li Yuan and Tao Tang, pp.359-378.

A Mixed Finite Element Method for the Biharmonic Problem Using Biorthogonal=
Quasi-Biorthogonal Systems Bishnu P. Lamichhane, pp.379-396.

Guaranteed and Fully Robust a posteriori Error Estimates for Conforming
Discretizations of Diffusion Problems with Discontinuous Coefficients Marti=
Vohralik, pp.397-438.

Recipes for Spatial Statistics with Global Datasets: A Martian Case Study
Suniti Karunatillake, Steven W. Squyres, Olivier Gasnault, John M. Keller,
Daniel M. Janes, William V. Boynton and Michael J. Finch, pp.439-451.

Characteristic Line Based Schemes for Solving a Quasilinear Hierarchical
Size-Structured Model Tchavdar T. Marinov and Keng Deng, pp.452-469.

Lattice Boltzmann Model Based on the Rebuilding-Divergency Method for the
Laplace Equation and the Poisson Equation Huimin Wang, Guangwu Yan and Bo Y=

Edge Detection by Adaptive Splitting Bernardo Llanas and Sagrario Lantaron,

Efficient MFS Algorithms for Inhomogeneous Polyharmonic Problems
A. Karageorghis, pp.519-541.


From: Hyejin Kim <>
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2011 15:08:38 -0500
Subject: Contents, WICS: Computational Statistics

The latest issue of Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational
Statistics is available

Visit: to view these EarlyView articles

Focus Articles

Harmonic analysis, Steven G. Krantz

Model-free data screening and cleaning, Michael E. Tarter

Box=96Muller transformation, David W. Scott

Advanced Reviews

Fractal (fractional) Brownian motion, Winston C. Chow

Parallel coordinate and parallel coordinate density plots, Rida E. Moustafa


Coping with high dimensionality in massive datasets, Jon R. Kettenring

Robustness, Stephan Morgenthaler


From: Fikret Aliev <>
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2011 05:05:16 -0500
Subject: Contents, Applied and Comp Math, 10(1)

International Journal of Applied and Computational Mathematics

Applied and Computational Mathematics, Vol.10, No.1, 2011
(ISSN 1683-3511,

L.A. Zadeh, My Life and Work - a Retrospective View, Pp: 4-9

D. Dubois, H. Prade, On Possibility Theory, Formal Concept Analysis and
Granulation (survey), Pp: 10-19

E.E. Kerre, The Impact of Fuzzy Set Theory on Contemporary Mathematics
(survey), Pp: 20-34

Mo Jamshidi, J. Gomez, A.S. Jaimes B, Intelligent Control of UAVs for
Consensus-Based and Network Controlled Applications, Pp: 35-64

I. Beg, S. Ashraf, Fuzzy Set of Inclusion Under Kleene's Implicator, Pp: 65=

E. Trillas, The Principles of Non-Contradiction and Excluded-Middle in Fuzz=
Logic, Revisited, Pp: 78-87

J.M. Mendel, On Centroid Calculations for Type-2 Fuzzy Sets, Pp: 88-96

F.A. Aliev, A.A. Niftiyev, J.I. Zeynalov, Optimal Synthesis Problem for the
Fuzzy Systems in Semi-Infinite Interval, Pp: 97-105

V. Nov=E1k, A. Dvo=F8=E1k, Formalization of Commonsense Reasoning in Fuzzy =
Logic in
Broader Sense, Pp: 106-121

I. Perfilieva, F-Transforms - Where Fuzzy and Classical Mathematics Meet, P=

Y. Hata, S. Kobashi, K. Kuramoto, H. Nakajima, A Fuzzy Biosignal Detection
Algorithm and Its Application to Health Monitoring, Pp: 133-145

R. Winkler, F. Klawonn, R. Kruse, Fuzzy Clustering with Polynomial Fuzzifie=
Function in Connection with M- Estimators, pp: 146-163

S.V. Ulyanov, A.A. Mishin, Self-Organization Robust Knowledge Base Design f=
Fuzzy Controllers in Unpredicted Control Situations Based on Quantum Fuzzy
Inference, Pp: 164-174

W. Pedrycz, Granular Computing: Concepts and Algorithmic Developments, Pp:

Sh.N. Shahbazova, Application of Fuzzy Sets for Control of Student Knowledg=
Pp: 195-208

90th Birthday of professor Lotfi A. Zadeh, Pp: 209-210

End of NA Digest