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From: Nick Higham <>
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2011 08:55:42 +0100
Subject: 15th Leslie Fox Prize in Numerical Analysis Winners

We are happy to announce the winners of the 15th Leslie
Fox Prize in Numerical Analysis, who presented their
papers to an audience of students and colleagues on
June 27, 2011 at the University of Manchester.

First Prize:

Yuji Nakatsukasa (University of California, Davis)

Second Prizes:

Ben Adcock (Simon Fraser University)
Arnulf Jentzen (Princeton University)
Richard Norton (University of Oxford)
Bart Vandereycken (ETH)
Konstantinos Zygalakis (University of Oxford)

A report on the prize, the slides from the talks, and a group
photograph, can be found at

The 2011 Leslie Fox Prize Adjudicators:

Nick Higham (University of Manchester, Chairman)
Mark Ainsworth (University of Strathclyde)
Nick Gould (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)


From: Timo Betcke <>
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2011 15:17:44 -0400
Subject: SIAM UKIE Best Student Talks, Biennial NA Meeting

We are pleased to announce that the winners of the SIAM UKIE prizes
for the best student talks at this year's Biennial Numerical Analysis
Meeting in Strathclyde from 28 June to 01 July were:

Yuji Nakatsukasa (UC Davis)
Andrew Thompson (Edinburgh)
Alex Townsend (Oxford)

Congratulations again to these remarkable young researchers. The
quality of the student talks were exceptional and in addition to these
three winners we gave out several certificates of appreciation.


From: Martin Peters <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 05:27:00 -0400
Subject: New Book, Fundamentals of Scientific Computing

Fundamentals of Scientific Computing by Bertil Gustafsson has been
published as volume 8 in the book series Texts in Computational
Science and Engineering.

See .


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 16:42:51 -0400
Subject: New Book, A First Course in Numerical Methods

Announcing the June 22, 2011, publication by SIAM of:
A First Course in Numerical Methods, by Uri M. Ascher and Chen Greif

2011 / xxii + 552 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-0-898719-97-0 /
List Price $95.00 / SIAM Member Price $66.50 / Order Code CS07

This new textbook is designed for students and researchers who seek
practical knowledge of modern techniques in scientific
computing. Avoiding encyclopedic and heavily theoretical exposition,
the book provides an in- depth treatment of fundamental issues and
methods, the reasons behind the success and failure of numerical
software, and fresh and easy-to-follow approaches and techniques.

The authors focus on current methods, issues, and software while
providing a comprehensive theoretical foundation, enabling those who
need to apply the techniques to successfully design solutions to
nonstandard problems. The book also illustrates algorithms using the
programming environment of MATLAB=AE, with the expectation that the
reader will gradually become proficient in it while learning the
material covered in the book. A variety of exercises are provided
within each chapter along with review questions aimed at self-testing.

The book takes an algorithmic approach, focusing on techniques that
have a high level of applicability to engineering, computer science,
and industrial mathematics.

To order, or for more information about this and all other SIAM books,
please visit


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 16:58:19 -0400
Subject: Reprinted Book, Numerical Linear Algebra

Biswa Nath Datta's Numerical Linear Algebra and Applications, Second
Edition, has been reprinted by SIAM and includes small corrections
from the original version, which was published in January 2010.

Complete information about this book is available at the SIAM website:


From: Lars Grasedyck <>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2011 08:20:20 -0400
Subject: Tensor Approx in High Dimension, Bonn, Aug 2011

Second Announcement Summer School "Hierarchical Tensor Approximation"
Second Announcement Workshop "Tensor Approximation in High Dimension"

Organizers: Lars Grasedyck (Aachen), Wolfgang Hackbusch (Leipzig)

Time: August 1st 2011 - Summer School
August 2nd to August 5th 2011 - Workshop

Location: Hausdorff Research Institute, Bonn (Germany)

Invited Speaker (so far):

* Evrim Acar Ataman (Univ. Copenhagen)
* Mike Espig (MPI MIS Leipzig)
* Lars Grasedyck (RWTH Aachen)
* Thomas Huckle (TU Munich)
* Lek-Heng Lim (Univ. Chicago)
* Berkant Savas (Univ. Linkoeping)
* Rob Stevenson (Univ. Amsterdam)
* Harry Yserentant (TU Berlin)

Extended deadline for contributed talks: July 15th, 2011 (there is no



From: Dwight Barkley <>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2011 07:52:07 -0400
Subject: School on Core Algorithms for HPC, UK, Sep 2011

Following the success of previous years, CSC/NAG are again running the
Autumn School "Core Algorithms for High Performance Scientific
Computing", 26 Sep - 30 Sep 2011 at the Centre for Scientific
Computing, Univ of Warwick.

Description: Many scientific calculations can be cast as problems in
computational linear algebra and optimisation. Powerful algorithms for
such problems form a common core of most scientific software. This
school will develop a solid grounding in the mathematics of these
algorithms; discuss the efficient implementation in a range of
standard libraries and demonstrate effective use in real,
high-performance scientific applications.

Aimed at: This school is ideal for beginning PhD students or Postdocs
in all scientific disciplines wishing to make effective use of
substantial computational resources to tackle new scientific problems.

Attendance is free to HECToR users and UK academics within the remit
of one of the participating research councils (EPSRC, NERC and BBSRC).

Further information is available at:

In the past this school has been oversubscribed. Participants are
encouraged to register early to avoid disappointment.


From: Margreet Nool <>
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2011 14:12:45 +0200
Subject: Woudschoten Conference, The Netherlands, Oct 2011

We are pleased to announce the thirty-sixth Woudschoten Conference
of the Dutch & Flemish Numerical Analysis Communities will be held
on 5 - 7 October 2011, at the Woudschoten Conference Center, Zeist,
The Netherlands.

Themes of the conference will be:
* Computational Methods for Images
- Invited speakers:
-- Richard Baraniuk, Rice University
-- Per Christian Hansen, Technical University of Denmark
-- Irad Yavneh, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

* Mimetic Discretizations
-Invited speakers:
-- Alain Bossavit, Tampere University of Technology
-- Mac Hyman, Los Alamos National Laboratory
-- Blair Perot, University of Massachusetts Amherst

A full announcement is available on the conference web page

Organizing committee 2011:
Barry Koren (chair), Jason Frank, Kees Oosterlee, Rob Stevenson,
Margreet Nool (secretary)


From: Frank Stenger <>
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2011 15:57:45 -0600 (MDT)
Subject: PNWNAS, Canada, Oct 2011

The 2011 edition of the Pacific Northwest Numerical Analysis Seminar
will be held at Vancouver Island University (VIU) on Sat Oct 1 2011.

The registration website is at

1) Location: Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo BC
VIU Home:
VIU Math:

2) Local organizing committee
Frank Stenger (Utah)
Lev Idels (VIU), and
Glen Pugh (VIU)

3) Travel funding: PIMS has generously offered support to cover some
travel and accommodation costs for speakers and students.

4) Morning coffee/tea+pastries, a deli-sandwich lunch, and afternoon
coffee/tea will be provided. Frank Stenger will host a post-seminar
dinner party at his home in Nanaimo.

5) Registration fee: There is no registration fee assuming the number
of registrants does not exceed 50. If registration exceeds 50 then a
small fee will be collected to cover refreshments.

At this time we'd like to put out a first call for speakers. Talks
should be ~45 minutes and we expect to have six talks as in past
years. If you would like to give a talk please contact Frank Stenger
( or Glen Pugh (

Please pass this announcement along to others who may be interested.


From: Amos Lawless <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 07:56:45 -0400
Subject: Conference honoring Nancy Nichols' 70th, UK, Jul 2012

A two-day meeting in honour of Nancy Nichols=92 70th birthday will be
held at the University of Reading, U.K., on 2-3 July 2012, celebrating
Nancy=92s contributions to control theory, numerical linear algebra and
data assimilation.

Confirmed speakers include:
- Angelika Bunse-Gerstner (Bremen)
- Volker Mehrmann (TU-Berlin)
- Michael Overton (NYU)
- Paul van Dooren (Louvain)
- Andy Wathen (Oxford).

To register for further announcements please send an email to:

Further details will appear on the conference webpage:

Organizing committee: Mike Baines, Steve Langdon, Amos Lawless.


From: Paul Houston <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 10:40:16 -0400
Subject: Chair Position, Univ of Nottingham

Professor of Applied Mathematics
School of Mathematical Sciences
University of Nottingham, UK.

Reference: JK04832
Salary: Within the Professorial range, minimum =A355,758 per annum (pro

This post is available from 1 September 2011 or as soon as possible
thereafter and is open to job share.

Applications are invited from outstanding candidates for the above
post. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute
strongly to maintaining and enhancing the School=92s high standards in
teaching and research.

The Unit of Assessment for Applied Mathematics at the University of
Nottingham was ranked 5th nationally by Research Power in the 2008 RAE
and the successful candidate will be expected to contribute to
maintaining and enhancing our research record. We are particularly
interested in receiving applications from candidates with research
interests in Stochastic Differential Equations and/or Numerical
Analysis. The successful candidate will be expected to pursue and
encourage interdisciplinary research across the disciplines currently
represented in the School of Mathematical Sciences, notably
Mathematical Biology, Statistics and Probability, and Numerical
Analysis. As part of our commitment to promoting diversity we
encourage applications from women.

Candidates should hold a PhD (or equivalent) in applied mathematics or
a related subject and have a commitment to high-quality teaching in
service and honours mathematics to a broad range of students.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor J Billingham, tel:
+44(0)115 951 3846, or email:
Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will
not be accepted. Information about the School is available at:

This post will remain open until filled - review of applications from
26 July 2011.


From: Andrew Stuart <>
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2011 09:42:02 -0400
Subject: Research Fellow, Bayesian Inv Problems, Warwick Univ

Research Fellow
Department of Mathematics
Warwick University
2 Years from October 2011

Research in the area of Bayesian Inverse Problems
in Differential Equations, directed by Andrew Stuart.

Further details:


From: Ronald Boisvert <>
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2011 09:43:34 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Positions, NIST

The US National Research Council (NRC) Associateship Program is
accepting applications for two-year appointments for postdoctoral
research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
in Gaithersburg, Maryland and Boulder, Colorado. Among the topic areas
of interest are image analysis, dynamical systems, combinatorial and
discrete algorithms, applied optimization, stochastic modeling, V&V,
as well as modeling and analysis in fluid dynamics, electromagnetics,
materials science, computational biology, network science, and quantum
information. For details see

Competition for postdoctoral awards across all NIST technical program
areas is managed by the NRC. Applications must be submitted directly
to the NRC; the deadline for applications is August 1. An additional
competition is held in the winter, with an application deadline of
February 1. The NRC program at NIST is restricted to US citizens.


From: Jianlin Xia <>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2011 16:28:16 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Position, Geo-Math Imaging, Purdue Univ

A postdoc position is available in the Geo-Mathematical Imaging Group
(part of Computational Math) at Purdue University. The postdoc will be
supervised by Profs. Maarten de Hoop and Jianlin Xia on a project on
the following topics:

- Fast algorithms in numerical linear algebra and high performance
- Applications of fast solvers to inverse problems and seismic
- Parallel implementations and programs.

The position will be for three years (required), and there will be
(most likely) no teaching duties. The postdoc will work in
multidisciplinary research group that has close connections with oil
industries and engineering groups.

More information is available at:

Please send your application and detailed CV to:
Prof. Jianlin Xia

Department of Mathematics
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907


From: Wim Michiels <>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2011 12:17:51 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Position, Num Meth for Time-Int, KU Leuven

Postdoc: numerical simulation of complementarity systems, with
applications to power electronic circuits

Power electronic converters make use of semiconductor components
operating at a high switching frequency to reach the desired dynamics
at a slower time scale. Modeling and simulation methods are
indispensable for the design and analysis of these converters. Because
of the large difference in time scales, non-smooth methods are needed
to make a fast simulation possible. Recent research results indicate
the potential of complementarity systems, a subclass of hybrid
systems, in modeling and simulation power electronic systems.

We have a vacancy for a junior postdoc (less than 5 years experience
after PhD) whose task is to develop numerical methods for
time-integration (simulation) and control of switched complementarity
systems. The emphasis lies on generic methods and software, whose
application is not exclusively limited to power electronic systems.

The postdoc position result from a joint project between the
Scientific Computing Research Group (htt:// and the
Division Electa ( of the
K.U. Leuven. The requirements are a strong background in computational
mathematics, in particular numerical time-integration (simulation), a
strong interest in programming and strong collaboration skills. The
position will be initially offered for one year.

Application instructions can be found at


From: Ake Brannstrom <>
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2011 04:35:34 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Position, Comp Ecology, Umea Univ, Sweden

We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to take on the numerical and
computational challenges arising in an international research
collaboration that aims to develop an evolutionary ecology vegetation
model capable of predicting vegetation structures favored under
different environmental conditions. The model is physiologically
structured and represented mathematically by a non-local partial
differential equation, i.e., by a PDE in which coefficients depend on
non-local properties of the solution.

A major objective of your work will be the development of a fast
solver for non-local partial differential equations and the
development of related computational tools required for simulations.
There is also scope for studying vegetation dynamics and for
developing algorithms and methods for studying phenotypic evolution in
physiologically structured population models.

The stipend is initially available for a period of one year, with a
possible prolongation for an additional year. The post-doc will work
in close collaboration with our international partners, including the
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in
Laxenburg, Austria, and Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. The
position is expected to entail visits and secondments to one or both
of these institutions, possibly for durations of up to several months.
The application deadline is August 8, 2011.

For further information, please see:

We look forward to receiving your application!


From: Amos Lawless <>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2011 13:06:42 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Position, Data Assimilation, Univ of Reading

NCEO Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Data Assimilation

School of Mathematical & Physical Sciences, University of Reading, U.K.

As part of the National Centre for Earth Observation we are seeking an
excellent research scientist to develop new mathematical methods for
initialising environmental models using observational data.

Using variational methods and scientific computing you will develop
and analyse new methods for assimilating data into numerical models.
You will demonstrate the usefulness of these techniques by applying
them to models of environmental systems.

This post offers an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of new
mathematical research applied to environmental science.

This is a fixed term position for up to 2 years.

Further details and an application form are available at
(search for job vacancy RS11021)

The closing date for applications is 31 August 2011. For informal
enquiries please contact Dr Amos Lawless (
or Professor Nancy Nichols (


From: JrnBehrens <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 20:22:00 +0200
Subject: Postdoc Position, KlimaCampus, Univ of Hamburg

Post-Doctoral Position Tsunami Simulation and Earthquake-Tsunami

Upon funding approval the university will have a position open for a

post-doc research associate (wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in in
einem post-doc- Arbeitsverh=E4ltnis)

- salary group 14 TV-L =96 with a starting date of October 1, 2011, or
soon after. The position calls for 39 hours per week. The
short-term contract will end after 3 years (see also =A7 2 of the
Academic Fixed-Term Contract Law

The university intends to increase the number of women amongst its
academic personnel and expressly encourages qualified women to
apply. In compliance with the Hamburg Equal Opportunity Law,
preference will be given to qualified female applicants.

A research associate=92s duties include academic service for the
following project: ASCETE

Area(s) of Responsibility:
The successful candidate will enhance existing and develop new
adaptive numerical me- thods for challenging problems in tsunami wave
propagation and inundation. He/she will be concerned with handling
model error and estimation of uncertainty in numerical
simulations. Presentation of results in international context as well
as writing scientific publications and technical documentation is
amongst his/her duties. Close collaboration with the partners in the
ASCETE consortium is expected.

An academic degree in mathematical, physical or geophysical sciences
plus doctoral degree is required.

For more information, see the ASCETE web site
( The original job posting can be found under


From: Paul Houston <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 10:46:40 -0400
Subject: PhD Studentship, Univ of Nottingham

Project Title: Computational modelling of plasma reactor
University of Nottingham
EPSRC =96 Element Six CASE award, PhD studentship

University of Nottingham Supervisors: Professor K A Cliffe and
Professor P Houston

Element Six Supervisor: J Dodson (Element Six Ltd, Unit 2, King=92s Ride
Park, King=92s Ride, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 8BP)

Location: School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham,
University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD.

Project description:
Technological plasmas are used in industry for applications ranging
from depositing coatings on glasses to growing thick films of
specialised materials. This PhD will concentrate on developing a
model of a diamond growing plasma reactor, using the AptoFEM
finite-element software platform ( The
challenges of the project lie in understanding plasmas, ranging from
how the energy is deposited, the chemical reactions taking place, and
the transport processes for the energy and the chemical species, and
in developing suitable numerical methods for solving the equations
describing these processes. The benefits of a successful project will
include enabling the growth of higher quality diamond products useful
in applications ranging from lasers to fusion reactors. The
successful student will spend approximately three months during the
course of the project at Element Six transferring the model so that it
can be routinely used within the company.

Eligibility and Funding:
Applicants should have (or expect to receive) a first or upper-second
class degree (or equivalent) in mathematics, physics or a related
physical sciences discipline. Some computer programming experience is
essential and familiarity with FORTRAN 95 highly desirable. The
studentship is available for a period of three and a half years from
October 2011 and provides an annual stipend of =A313,590 per annum,
together with a CASE enhancement of =A32,000 per annum and full payment
of Home/EU Tuition Fees. Students must meet the EPSRC eligibility
criteria as detailed at

Further information and application:
Informal enquiries should be addressed to Professor K A Cliffe
( or Professor P Houston
( Applications can be made on-line at: Students should state clearly that
they wish to be considered for this studentship in the personal
statement section of their application.

Closing date: This studentship is open until filled. Early application
is strongly encouraged.


From: Wenyu Sun <>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2011 10:59:17 -0400
Subject: Contents, Num Algebra Control and Opt, 1(1-2)

Numerical Algebra, Control and Optimization (NACO)
ISSN: 2155-3289 (Print) ISSN: 2155-3297 (Online)
Volume: 1, Number: 1, March 2011

A special issue dedicated to Professor Masao Fukushima on the occasion
of his 60th birthday.

Table of Contents

Preface: Christian Kanzow, Dong-hui Li, and Nobuo Yamashita, pp.i-v

On methods for solving nonlinear semidefinite optimization
problems&#65292;Jie Sun, pp.1-14.

Recent advances in numerical methods for nonlinear equations and
nonlinear least squares, Ya-xiang Yuan, pp. 15-34. .

CVaR-based formulation and approximation method for stochastic
variational inequalities,Xiaojun Chen and Guihua Lin, pp.35-48.

Improved convergence properties of the Lin-Fukushima-Regularization
method for mathematical programs with complementarity constraints, Tim
Hoheisel, Christian Kanzow and Alexandra Schwartz,pp.49-60.

Convergence analysis of sparse quasi-Newton updates with positive
definite matrix completion for two-dimensional functions, Yuhong Dai
and Nobuo Yamashita, pp.61-70.

A modified Fletcher-Reeves-Type derivative-free method for symmetric
nonlinear equations, Donghui Li and Xiaolin Wang,pp.71-82.

Celis-Dennis-Tapia based approach to quadratic fractional programming
problems with two quadratic constraints, Ailing Zhang and Shunsuke
Hayashi, pp.83-98.

Filter-based genetic algorithm for mixed variable programming
Abdel-Rahman Hedar and Alaa Fahim&#65292;pp.99-116.

A derivative-free trust-region algorithm for unconstrained
optimization with controlled error, Jun Takaki and Nobuo Yamashita,

A nonconvergent example for the iterative water-filling algorithm,
Simai He, Min Li, Shuzhong Zhang and Zhiquan Luo, pp.147-150.

Performance evaluation of multiobjective multiclass support vector
machines maximizing geometric margins, Keiji Tatsumi, Masashi Akao,
Ryo Kawachi and Tetsuzo Tanino, pp.151-170.

Parametric excitation based bipedal walking: Control method and
optimization, Yuji Harata, Yoshihisa Banno and Kouichi Taji,

Genetic algorithm and Tabu search based methods for molecular
3D-structure prediction, Abdel-Rahman Hedar, Ahmed Fouad Ali and
Taysir Hassan Abdel-Hamid, pp. 191-209.

Numerical Algebra, Control and Optimization (NACO)
ISSN: 2155-3289 (Print) ISSN: 2155-3297 (Online)
Volume: 1, Number: 2, June 2011

Table of Contents

Active incipient fault detection in continuous time systems with
multiple simultaneous faults, Martene L. Fair and Stephen L. Campbell,
pp. 221-224.

A strict L1-Lyapunov function and feedback stabilization for the
isothermal Euler equations with friction., Markus Dick, Martin Gugat
and G=A8unter Leugering, pp. 225-244.

Stability of a turnpike phenomenon for a class of optimal control
systems in metric spaces, Alexander J. Zaslavski, pp. 245-260.

Strict feasibility for generalized mixed variational inequality in
re&#64258;exive Banach spaces, Renyou Zhong and Nanjing Huang, pp. 261-274.

An optimal impulsive control regulator for linear systems, Michael
Basin and Pablo Rodriguez-Ramirez, pp. 275-282.

Proximal point nonlinear rescaling method for convex optimization,
Igor Griva and Roman A. Polyak, pp. 283-299.

Multiplicative perturbation analysis for QR factorizations, Xiao-wen
Chang and Ren-cang Li, pp. 301-316.

Stability analysis of parametric variational systems, Shengjie Li,
Chunmei Liao and Minghua Li, pp. 317-331.


From: Raimondas Ciegis <>
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2011 10:26:45 +0300 (EEST)
Subject: Contents, Math Modelling and Analysis, 16(2)

The Baltic Journal on Mathematical Applications, Numerical Analysis
and Differential Equations
ISSN 1392-6292, ISSN 1648-3510 online, Electronical edition:
Volume 16, Number 1, 2011

1. A. {\v S}ostaks. Mathematics in the Context of Fuzzy Sets: Basic
Ideas, Concepts, and Some Remarks on the History and Recent Trends of
Development. P. 173-198

2. K. Kasemets, J. Janno. Parabolic Integro-Differential Equation from
Final Data. P. 199-219

3. H. Kalis, A. Buikis. Method of Lines and Finite Difference Schemes
with the Exact Spectrum for Solution the Hyperbolic Heat Conduction
Equation. P. 220-232.

4. W. Stankiewicz, R. Roszak, M. Morzynski. Genetic Algorithm-based
Calibration of Reduced Order Galerkin Models. P. 233-247

5. Z. Navickas, M. Ragulskis, Liepa Bikulciene. Special Solutions of
Huxley Differential Equation. P. 248-259

6. S. Danilenko, H. Pragarauskas. On Approximation of Value Functions
for Controlled Discontinuous Random Processes. P. 260-272

7. G. Dzemyda, V. Marcinkevicius, V. Medvedev. Web Application for
Large-Scale Multidimensional Data Visualization. P. 273-285

8. K. Dvorsky, J. Gwinner, H.D. Liess. A Fixed Point Approach to
Stationary Heat Transfer in Electric Cables. P. 286-303

9. I. Stamova. Eventual Stability and Eventual Boundedness for
Impulsive Differential Equations with Supremum. P. 304-314

10. S. Xie, B. Gao. Exact Periodic Wave Solutions of a Singular
Integrable Equation. P. 315-325

11. V. Starikovicius, R. {\v C}iegis, O. Iliev. A Parallel Solver for
the Design of Oil Filters. P. 326-341


From: "Int. J. Tomography & Statistics" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2011 21:07:58 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Contents, Intl J Appl Math and Statistics, 25(1)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics & Statistics
ISSN: 0973-7545 (Online), ISSN: 0973-1377 (Print)

Table of Contents: Volume 25, Issue Number: 1, Year 2012

Correspondence Analysis for Fuzzy Data (CAFD): The practical
application; Representative example with defuzzified-geometrical
display, Yiannis Theodorou, Philippos Alevizos, Aristides
Kechriniotis, 1-19

Modelling the missing annuli count in North Pacific spiny dogfish
(Squalus suckleyi) by nonlinear mixed effects models, Y. W. Cheng,

Optimum times for step-stress cumulative exposure model using
log-logistic distribution for loss of glucocorticoid fast feedback in
depression, S. Lakshmi, I. Christy Raj, 29-34

Geometric Pricing of Games, Yukio Hirashita, 35-43

Limit Joint mass function of joint extremal artificial order
statistics, Eman Abu El-Hassan Mahmoud, 44-51

An alternative approach to handle high dimensionality in DEA:
Consumption efficiency analysis in Malaysia car market. G. L. C. Yap,
W. R. Ismail, Z. Isa, 52-65

A New MATLAB Implementation and Analysis of A Moving Grid Method For
Systems of One-Dimensional Time-Dependent Partial Differential
Equations Based on The Equidistribution Principle, Sangare Boureima,
Diallo Ouateni, Some Longin, 66-85

Obtaining a Unique Solution for Cross Efficiency in order to rank DMUs
in Data Envelopment Analysis, G. R. Jahanshahloo, R. Fallahnejad,

An Original Proof Of The Hadwiger conjecture, Ikorong Anouk Gilbert
Nemron, 98-126


From: Fikret Aliev <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 05:33:34 -0400
Subject: Contents, Intl J Appl and Comp Mathematics, 10(2)

International Journal of Applied and Computational Mathematics
Vol.10, No.2, 2011 (ISSN 1683-3511,

P. Brenner, Lipschitz Continuity of the Scattering Operator for
Nonlinear Klein-Gordon Equations, pages: 213-241

A.N. G=FCnde&#351;, A.N. Mete, Simple Low-Order and Integral-Action
Controller Synthesis for MIMO Systems with Time Delays, pages: 242-249

G.N. Murshudov, Some Properties of Crystallographic Reliability Index
- Rfactor: Effect of Twinning, pages: 250-261

S.A. Faghidian, M. Moghimi Zand, Y. Farjami, G.H. Farrahi, Application
of Homotopy-Pad=E9 Technique to the Volterra's Prey and Predator
Problem, pages: 262-270

T. Allahviranloo, N. Mikaeilvand, Non Zero Solutions of the Fully
Fuzzy Linear Systems, pages: 271-282

S. Pirzada, T.A. Naikoo, Mark Sets in Digraphs, pages: 283-288

G.N. Aliyeva and V.K. Kalantarov, Structural Stability for
FitzHugh-Nagumo Equations, pages: 289-293

M. Milanovi&#263;, D. Mati&#263;, A. Savi&#263;, J. Kratica, Two
Metaheuristic Approaches to Solving the P-Ary Transitive Reduction
Problem, pages: 294-308

M.A. Noor, K.I. Noor, E. Al-Said, Iterative Projection Methods for
General Nonconvex Variational Inequalities, pages: 309-320

J.M. Merigo, A.M. Gil-Lafuente, J.Gil-Aluja, Decision Making with the
Induced Generalized Adequacy Coefficient, pages: 321-339

R. Lovassy, L.T. K=F3czy, L. G=E1l, Generalization Capability of Neural
Networks Based on Fuzzy Operators, pages: 340-355

F.A. Aliev, V.B. Larin
Comments on "A Structured Doubling Algorithm for Discrete-Time
Algebraic Riccati Equations with Singular Control Weighting Matrices"
by Chun-Yueh Chiang, Hung-Yuan Fan and Wen-Wei Lin, pages: 356-360

95th Birthday of professor Golubentsev Alexandr Nikolaevich, page: 361

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