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From: David Ketcheson <>
Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2011 00:59:28 -0500
Subject: New Q&A website for computational science

A new Stackexchange site that is focused on computational science
has just launched. It may be a nice place to discuss questions like
those that are often posted to NA-digest:

For those who are unfamiliar, Stackexchange is a network of
collaborative question and answer sites; the most well-known is the
stackoverflow site for programming.


From: luca formaggia <>
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2011 10:49:39 +0100
Subject: New Book, Solving Numerical PDEs

Solving Numerical PDEs: Problems, Applications, Exercises by Luca
Formaggia, Fausto Saleri and Alessandro VenezianiSpringer, UNITEXT
Series, 434 p. ISBN 978-88-470-2411-3
This book aims at introducing students to the numerical
approximationof Partial Differential Equations (PDEs). One of the
difficulties ofthis subject is to identify the right trade-off between
theoreticalconcepts and their use in practice. With that collection of
examplesand exercises we try to address this issue by illustrating
"standard"examples which focus on basic concepts of Numerical
Analysis, as wellas problems derived from practical applications which
the student isencouraged to formalize in terms of PDEs, analyze and
solve. Thelatter examples are derived from the experience of the
authors inresearch project developed in collaboration with scientists
ofdifferent fields (biology, medicine, etc.) and industry. We
wantedthis book to be useful both to readers more interested in
thetheoretical aspects, and also to those more concerned with
thenumerical implementation. To this aim, solutions to the exercises
havebeen subdivided in three parts. The first concerns the
mathematicalanalysis of the problem, the second its numerical
approximation andthe third part is devoted to implementation aspects
and the analysisof the results. The book consists of three parts. The
first deals withbasic material and results provided as useful
reference for the othersections. In particular, we recall the basics
of functional analysisand the finite element method. The second part
deals with steadyelliptic problems, solved with finite elements or
finite differences,while in the third part we address time-dependent
problems, includinglinear hyperbolic systems and Navier-Stokes
equations. Two appendicesdiscuss some practical implementation issues
and three-dimensionalapplications. Each section contains a brief
introduction to thesubject to make this book self contained.


From: Bartosz Protas <>
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2011 23:09:24 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position, Math Modelling, McMaster Univ


An opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow is available in the Department of
Mathematics & Statistics at McMaster University. The successful
candidate will work in the research group of Dr. Protas and the focus
of this industry-funded position will be research on mathematical and
computational modelling of nonequilibrium electrochemical and
thermodynamic processes occurring in vehicle batteries. This position
is intended for an applied mathematician interested in moving into a
new research area, or for a mathematically-minded chemist with a solid
background in theoretical and computational chemistry (knowledge of
electrochemistry, material chemistry and spectroscopy is also an
asset). This research project will involve close collaboration with
chemists and material scientists as well as research scientists with
our Industrial Partner.

The fellowship is open to candidates of any nationality and selection
will be based upon the candidate's research potential. The start date
of the position is September 1, 2012, or earlier. The duration of the
position will be initially one year with extension for the second year
contingent on satisfactory performance. The annual salary will be
$45,000 CAD. Candidates are required to apply for this fellowship by
using the MathJobs website; see our advertisement at We will begin reviewing applications on April 1,
2012. Applications received after this date will be accepted until the
position is filled, and to ensure full consideration, applicants are
advised to submit all supporting materials by the deadline.

Applicants should provide at least three letters of
recommendation. Preferably these letters will be submitted through the
MathJobs website (see above); they may also be sent directly to:

Dr. Bartosz Protas
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA L8S 4K1
Phone: +1 (905) 525 9140 ext. 24116
Fax: +1 (905) 522 0935

We appreciate all replies to this advertisement, but applications will
not be acknowledged. McMaster is committed to Employment Equity and
encourages applications from all qualified candidates, including
aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible
minorities and women.


From: Tallys Yunes <>
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2011 15:20:52 -0500
Subject: INFORMS Opt. Society Conference, Feb 2012



The Fourth INFORMS Optimization Society Conference
“Optimization and Analytics: New Frontiers in Theory and Practice”

Hosted by the University of Miami School of Business Administration

February 24-26, 2012
Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A.

For further information, including committee members, plenary speakers,
registration, and submission instructions, go to


From: Alejandro Canovas<>
Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2011 10:26:21 +0100
Subject: IEEE SCPA, Canada, Jun 2012

The 2nd IEEE Internacional Workshop of Smart Communication
Protocols and Algorithms (IEEE SCPA 2012 - Summer)
June 10-15, 2012, Ottawa, CANADA
In conjunction with IEEE ICC 2012

Selected papers will be invited to the Special Issue on Smart
Protocols and Algorithms of the International Journal Network
Protocols and Algorithms (ISSN 1943-3581)

Important Dates
Submission Deadline (Extended): December 20, 2011
Acceptance Notification: February 10, 2012
Camera Ready Deadline: March 1, 2012


From: "Gil Gomez, Amparo" <>
Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2011 19:03:04 +0000
Subject: Numerical Software, Spain, Jul 2012

The workshop "Numerical Software: Design, Analysis
and Verification" will take place in Santander (Spain) from
Wednesday, July 4 until Friday, July 6 2012.

This workshop, organized by A. Gil, J. Segura and N.M. Temme,
aims to review and discuss recent advances and research trends
in the design, analysis and verification of numerical software for a
variety of mathematical problems.

The workshop is organized in close association with the 2012
meeting of the IFIP working group on numerical software
(, that will be held in Santander
(2-3 July).

The program consists of invited and contributed talks.

Selected contributions will be invited for a special issue of the
journal "Science of Computer Programming".

Confirmed Speakers are:

* Annie Cuyt (U. Antwerp, Belgium)
* Daniel W. Lozier (NIST, USA)
* Jean-Michel Müller (ENS Lyon, France)
* Nathalie Revol (ENS Lyon, France)
* William Van Snyder (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA)

Submission Deadlines:
February 1, 2012: Contributed session proposals
April 1, 2012: Abstracts for contributed talks and posters


From: William Turner <>
Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2011 07:03:45 -0500
Subject: ISSAC 2012, France, Jul 2012

ISSAC 2012
IMPORTANT NOTE: the deadline for full paper submissions
has been extended to January 16. Abstracts should still
be submitted before January 9.
International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
Grenoble, France, July 22-25, 2012

The International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
(ISSAC) is the premier conference for research in symbolic computation
and computer algebra. ISSAC 2012 is the 37th meeting in the series,
started in 1966 and held annually since 1981, in North America, Europe
and Asia. The conference presents a range of invited speakers,
tutorials, poster sessions, software demonstrations and vendor
exhibits with a centerpiece of contributed research papers.

Abstract submission deadline: Monday, January 9, 2012
Full paper submission FIRM DEADLINE: Monday, January 16, 2012
Notification of acceptance/rejection: Friday, March 16, 2012
Camera-ready copy due: Monday, April 30, 2012


From: Mario Ohlberger <>
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 07:08:07 -0500
Subject: MoRePaS II, Germany, Oct 2012

Second International Workshop on
Model Reduction for Parametrized Systems
Guenzburg, Germany, October 2-5, 2012

This workshop is the second of this kind after
the successful start with MoRePas I in Muenster,
Germany, 2009.
During this 3-day workshop, we want to bring
together mathematicians and engineers working
on model reduction of parametrized problems.


Peter Benner, Mario Ohlberger, Anthony Patera
Dan Soerensen, Karsten Urban (chair)
(MoRePaS II: Executive Committee)


From: Kirsten Wilden <>
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2011 14:46:10 -0500
Subject: SIAM, Mathematics for Industry, USA, Oct 2012

The SIAM conferences on Mathematics for Industry focus attention on
the many and varied opportunities to promote applications of mathematics
to industrial problems. The major objective has been the development and
encouragement of industrial, government and academic collaboration. This
conference provides a forum for industrial and government engineers and
scientists to communicate their needs, objectives and visions, to the broad
mathematical community. The major themes fit the important categories of
Challenges, Frontiers, and Industrial Academic Collaboration.

Important Deadlines
March 5, 2012: Minisymposium proposals
April 2, 2012: Abstracts for contributed and minisymposium speakers

March 19, 2012: SIAM Student Travel Award and Post-doc/Early
Career Travel Award Applications

September 4, 2012: Disconnect time is 4:00 PM EDT

September 4, 2012


From: Francois Glineur <>
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2011 10:08:36 -0500
Subject: Tenure track position, energy econ, UCLouvain, Belgium

Tenure-track faculty position in energy economics

UCLouvain invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position
in quantitative and operational energy economics. We seek candidates with an
interest for the development of quantitative energy economics models relevant
for business applications. Specific areas of interest include, but are not
limited to, market simulation and risk management models in the gas and
electricity utilities, climate change, and energy consuming sectors. The
candidate should hold a PhD degree in a relevant discipline, including
economics, operations research, applied mathematics, mathematical finance,
and business.

The selected candidate will be a member of Center for Operations Research and
Econometrics (CORE) of the Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for
Quantitative Modelling and Analysis (IMMAQ) and of the Louvain School of
Engineering (EPL).

The successful candidate will have teaching assignments in the above-mentioned
field within the various degree programmes organized by the Louvain School of
Engineering. Depending on the background of the candidate; teaching can
include courses in energy economics, optimization, and mathematical finance.
The candidate will help develop an interdisciplinary program in quantitative
energy economics at the master level. He or she is also expected to follow the
evolution of institutions and energy policy matters in the European energy

The position will close no sooner than December 15, 2011, and will remain open
until filled.

To apply, please follow the guidelines of
(reference number for the position is 952).

Further information :
Prof. Philippe Chevalier – -
Tél : (+32) 10 47 83 96
Prof. Vincent Blondel – -
Tél : (+32) 10 47 83 96



From: Sue Shogren <>
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2011 09:31:11 -0500
Subject: 2 Tenure Track Positions, Math, Western Illinois Univ

TWO TENURE-TRACK POSITIONS, Assistant Professor, August 2012.
9-11 hours teaching, research, service expected.

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in mathematical sciences area; demonstrated
or potential for excellence in teaching; a record of or potential for research;
a record of or commitment to service.

SCREENING BEGINS December 1, 2011; continues until position filled.
Preliminary interviews: either at Boston, MA Joint Meetings or through Skype.
Applications and supporting documentation must be submitted electronically
via Include letter, vita, teaching statement, research
description, three reference letters, transcripts (photocopies). Iraj
Kalantari, Chair, Mathematics Department, Western Illinois University,
Macomb, IL 61455-1390


WIU has a non-discrimination policy that includes sex, race, color, sexual
orientation, gender identity and gender expression, religion, age, marital
status, national origin, disability, or veteran status.


From: Jean-Yves LExcellent <>
Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2011 09:39:21 +0100
Subject: 2 post-doctoral positions, Lyon, France

MILYON (the Laboratoire d'Excellence "Mathématiques et Informatique à
Lyon") offers two post-doctoral positions in mathematics and/or computer
science for the academic year 2012-2013, to be held at the Unité de
Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées or at the Laboratoire d'Informatique
du Parallélisme (École Normale Supérieure de Lyon), or at the Institut
Camille Jourdan (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1).
These are research-only appointments (without teaching). They are
typically for two years, with possible renewal for a third year subject
to review. The salary will be 2100 euros per month, with benefits
including health insurance and social coverage. Funds will also be
provided for traveling and inviting collaborators.

More information can be found on the website of MILYON, (under construction), which contains
links to the above three departments. It may be useful to contact the
colleagues in Lyon who are closest to your speciality.

Eligibility: For holders of a Ph.D in mathematics or computer science
obtained before October 1st, 2012**

Deadline for applications: January 16th, 2012


From: "Hartman-Baker, Rebecca J." <>
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 15:11:00 -0500
Subject: Postdoc positions, Computational Science, ORNL

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF)
is seeking postdoctoral research associates to perform research and
development in computational science. The positions are for two years.

To apply, please view
or search for listing ORNL11-168-NCCS at , and follow the instructions to apply.

For further information on this position, please contact Dr. Rebecca
Hartman-Baker, .


From: Ronald Boisvert <>
Date: Mon, 05 Dec 2011 09:33:13 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Research Opportunities at 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 and control, compressive sensing, scientific data
mining, immersive visualization, parallel/distributed computing,
and verification, validation, and uncertainty quantification in
scientific computing. Of particular interest are applications
in materials science, electromagnetics, optoelectronics,
computational biology, network science, quantum information,
and computer security. 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
February 1. An additional competition is held in the summer, with
an application deadline of August 1. Note that the NRC program at
NIST is restricted to US citizens.


From: Rodolphe Sepulchre <>
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2011 12:56:35 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position, Optimization, Univ of Liege, Belgium

A postdoctoral position is available in the Department of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Liege, Belgium.

The position is part of a FNRS-funded collaborative grant
on the topic of nonsmooth optimization on manifolds. The three PIs of
the grant are Rodolphe Sepulchre (U. Liege), Pierre-Antoine Absil
(ULouvain) and Y. Nesterov (ULouvain). The project aims at
developing new algorithms at the interface between manifold optimization
and nonsmooth convex optimization, motivated by large-scale applications
in statistics and machine learning.

Applications should be emailed to Professor Rodolphe Sepulchre
( The application should contain a letter of
motivation, a detailed resume, a list of publications,
and the names and contact information of three professors who can
provide a letter of recommendation for the position. The position is
immediately available and should be filled by September 1, 2012.

The initial appointment will be for one year, with a possibility of
reappointment for a maximal total duration of three years.

Rodolphe Sepulchre


From: Michaela Seiwald <>
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2011 04:16:10 -0500
Subject: Doctoral student position

Doctoral student position funded within the Special Research Grant
"Mathematical Optimization and Applications in Biomedical Sciences"
( available.

A three-year position for a doctoral student in applied mathematics is
available starting now. The successful candidate should have a diploma or
master's degree in mathematics and should be strongly interested in carrying
out independent mathematical research. She or he should have a strong
background in numerical analysis, partial differential equations and,
possibly, also in optimization.

Please send your application including CV, pdf-file of your master thesis
and/or published papers and a compactly written letter of intent to:


From: Filippo Notarnicola <>
Date: Wed, 07 Dec 2011 09:06:27 +0100
Subject: PhD Studentship, Math, Univ of Bari, Italy

PhD Studentship in Mathematics reserved to foreign students -

The University of Bari reserves a studentship position to foreign
students for the Doctoral Program in Mathematics. The deadline to
apply to this PhD program is:
December 22th, 2011 h:12,00 (ROME local TIME).

The length of the program is three (3) years of full-time academic

Applicants are required to have finished an undergraduate program
of at least four years, for instance a Bachelor and Master degree, in
the scientific area of Mathematics or Physics or Computer Science.

More information are in:


From: Bartosz Protas <>
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2011 23:11:18 -0500
Subject: Grad Student Opening, Math Modelling, McMaster Univ


An opening for a graduate student (Master's or doctoral level) is
available at McMaster University. The successful candidate will work
in the research group of Dr. Protas and the focus of this
industry-funded position will be research on mathematical and
computational modelling of nonequilibrium electrochemical and
thermodynamic processes occurring in vehicle batteries. This position
is intended for an applied mathematician interested in moving into a
new research area, or for a mathematically-minded chemist with a solid
background in theoretical and computational chemistry (knowledge of
electrochemistry, material chemistry and spectroscopy is also an
asset). This research project will involve close collaboration with
chemists and material scientists as well as research scientists with
our Industrial Partner.

The fellowship is open to candidates of any nationality and selection
will be based upon the candidate's research potential. The start date
of the position is May 1 or September 1, 2012. Depending on his/her
background, the student will be enrolled in the graduate program in
the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, or in McMaster's School
of Computational Engineering and Science. Information about these
Programs, including details of the application procedures, is available
at the following websites

Additional inquiries may also be directed to

Dr. Bartosz Protas
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA L8S 4K1
Phone: +1 (905) 525 9140 ext. 24116
Fax: +1 (905) 522 0935


From: "Jose E. Castillo" <>
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2011 10:33:34 -0800
Subject: Computational Science Ph.D. Studies in San Diego

The Computational Science Research Center at San Diego State
University is looking for qualified applicants for its
interdisciplinary Ph.D. program ( joint with Claremont Graduate
University) in Computational Science.

We have financial support in the form of Teaching, Graduate and
Research Assistantships and Fellowships. Areas of interest include
Nonlinear Dynamics, Biomathematics, Soft Condensed Matter
Physics, Relativistic Astrophysics, General Relativity,
Material Sciences, Geophysics, Nuclear Physics and Physical

Please take a look here for details about the program including
application process. We started taking Applications Oct 1.


From: "" <>
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2011 15:52:34 +0200
Subject: Contents, Computational Methods in Appl Math, 11(4)

Vol. 11 (2011), No. 4

On the transmission eigenvalue problem in disjoint domains,
A. Delilc, B. Jovanovic, and Z. Milovanovic

Robust discretisation and a posteriori control for strongly oscillating
solutions of the stationary Schrodinger equation, W. Doerfler

Full discretisation of second-order nonlinear evolution equations:
strong convergence and applications, E. Emmrich and D. Siska

Ecient implementation of adaptive P1-FEM in Matlab,
S. Sunken, D. Praetorius, and P. Wissgott

A numerical-analytic method for solving the Cauchy problem for
ordinary differential equations V. Makarov and D. Dragunov

Mixed variable order h-fnite element method for linear elasticity
with weakly imposed symmetry. Curvilinear elements in 2D,
W. Qiu and L. Demkowicz

Polynomial approximation on spheres generalizing de la
-Poussin, Ian H. Sloan


From: Romas Baronas <>
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 19:32:54 +0200
Subject: Contents, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, 16(4)

Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, ISSN 1392-5113,
Volume 16, Number 4, 2011

A free on-line edition is available at:


EEG analysis – automatic spike detection, pp. 375–386,
Algimantas Juozapavičius, Gytis Bacevičius, Dmitrijus Bugelskis,
Rūta Samaitienė

Geodesic distances in the maximum likelihood estimator of intrinsic
dimensionality, pp. 387–402,
Rasa Karbauskaitė, Gintautas Dzemyda, Edmundas Mazėtis

An efficient new iterative method for finding exact solutions of nonlinear
time-fractional partial differential equations, pp. 403–414,
Hüseyin Koçak, Ahmet Yıldırım

Optimal control of malaria chemotherapy, pp. 415–434,
Gesham Magombedze, Christinah Chiyaka, Zindoga Mukandavire

Limit theorems for a quadratic variation of Gaussian processes,
pp. 435–452, Raimondas Malukas

On a variance related to the Ewens sampling formula, pp. 453–466,
Eugenijus Manstavičius, Žydrūnas Žilinskas

On the kinetics of the Langmuir-type heterogeneous reactions,
pp. 467–476, Vladas Skakauskas, Pranas Katauskis

Analytical solution of MHD free convective flow of couple stress fluid i
n an annulus with Hall and Ion-slip effects, pp. 477–487,
Darbhashayanam Srinivasacharya, Kolla Kaladhar

Visual analysis of self-organizing maps, pp. 488–504,
Pavel Stefanovič, Olga Kurasova

For a paper submission, please refer to


From: Michael Heroux <>
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2011 09:34:37 -0500
Subject: Contents, ACM Trans. on Math Software (TOMS), 38(1)

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS)
Volume 38, Issue 1 (November 2011)

For more information, including abstracts and access to full text,
see the ACM Digital Library at

Table of Contents

The university of Florida sparse matrix collection, Timothy A. Davis,
Yifan Hu

Exploiting parallelism in matrix-computation kernels for symmetric
multiprocessor systems: Matrix-multiplication and matrix-addition
algorithm optimizations by software pipelining and threads allocation,
Paolo D'alberto, Marco Bodrato, Alexandru Nicolau

Computing the volume of a union of balls: A certified algorithm,
Frederic Cazals, Harshad Kanhere, Sébastien Loriot

High-performance up-and-downdating via householder-like
transformations, Robert A. Van De Geijn, Field G. Van Zee

Algorithm 913: An elegant IDR(s) variant that efficiently exploits
biorthogonality properties, Martin B. Van Gijzen, Peter Sonneveld

Algorithm 914: Parabolic cylinder function W(a, x) and its derivative,
Amparo Gil, Javier Segura, Nico M. Temme

Remark on "Algorithm 778: L-BFGS-B: Fortran subroutines for large-scale
bound constrained optimization", José Luis Morales, Jorge Nocedal

Algorithm 915, SuiteSparseQR: Multifrontal multithreaded rank-revealing
sparse QR factorization, Timothy A. Davis

Corrigendum: Algorithm 902: GPOPS, a MATLAB software for solving
multiple-phase optimal control problems using the gauss pseudospectral
method, Anil V. Rao, David A. Benson, Christopher Darby, Michael A.
Patterson, Camila Francolin, Ilyssa Sanders, Geoffrey T. Huntington


From: Stephanie Kent <>
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 15:48:22 +0000
Subject: Contents, Inverse Problems, 27(12)

Volume 27, Issue 12, December 2011
Article numbers: 120201--125012

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on
the web. This issue is available at:



Topological data analysis, Charles Epstein, Gunnar Carlsson and
Herbert Edelsbrunner


Inversion of Euler integral transforms with applications to sensor
data, Yuliy Baryshnikov, Robert Ghrist and David Lipsky

Improving homology estimates with random walks
Paul Bendich, Taras Galkovskyi and John Harer

Dualities in persistent (co)homology, Vin de Silva, Dmitriy Morozov
and Mikael Vejdemo-Johansson

Approximating cycles in a shortest basis of the first homology
group from point data, Tamal K Dey, Jian Sun and Yusu Wang

Uniqueness of models in persistent homology: the case of curves
P Frosini and C Landi

Euler--Bessel and Euler--Fourier transforms
Robert Ghrist and Michael Robinson

Probability measures on the space of persistence diagrams
Yuriy Mileyko, Sayan Mukherjee and John Harer


Radon transforms on generalized Cormack's curves and a new
Compton scatter tomography modality
T T Truong and M K Nguyen

An inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for a cavity
Fang Zeng, Fioralba Cakoni and Jiguang Sun

Analysis of an approximate model for Poisson data reconstruction
and a related discrepancy principle
A Staglian\`o, P Boccacci and M Bertero

An analytic reconstruction for the Compton scattering tomography in a
V P Palamodov

Optimal experimental design for nonlinear ill-posed problems applied to
gravity dams
Tom Lahmer

Recovery of the parameters of cancellous bone by inversion of effective
velocities, and transmission and reflection coefficients
James L Buchanan, Robert P Gilbert and Miao-jung Y Ou

On a generalization of the iterative soft-thresholding algorithm for the
case of non-separable penalty
Ignace Loris and Caroline Verhoeven

Adaptive discretizations for the choice of a Tikhonov regularization
parameter in nonlinear inverse problems
Barbara Kaltenbacher, Alana Kirchner and Boris Vexler

An inverse source problem in radiative transfer with partial data
Mark Hubenthal

An inverse transmission scattering problem for periodic media
Jiaqing Yang and Bo Zhang

Adaptive anchored inversion for Gaussian random fields using nonlinear
Zepu Zhang


From: Martin Berzins <>
Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2011 17:52:00 -0700 (MST)
Subject: Contents, Applied Numerical Mathematics, 61(12)

From Martin Berzins
Applied Numerical Mathematics Volume 61, Issue 12,
Pages 1223-1330, December 2011

1. The hp- and h-versions of the discontinuous and local discontinuous
Galerkin methods for one-dimensional singularly perturbed models.
Pages 1223-1236, Kassem Mustapha

2. Meshless Galerkin algorithms for boundary integral equations with
moving least square approximations
Pages 1237-1256 Xiaolin Li

3. Structural analysis of electrical circuits including magnetoquasistatic
devices, Pages 1257-1270 Andreas Bartel, Sascha Baumanns, Sebastian

4. Stochastic moment problem and hedging of generalized
Black-Scholes options Pages 1271-1280 Jaya P.N. Bishwal

5. Implicit difference approximation for the time fractional heat equation
with the nonlocal condition
Pages 1281-1288 Ibrahim Karatay, Serife R. Bayramoglu, Ali Sahin

6. Continuous block implicit hybrid one-step methods for ordinary and
delay differential equations
Pages 1289-1300 Hongjiong Tian, Quanhong Yu, Cilai Jin

7. Markov-Bernstein inequalities for generalized Gegenbauer weight
Pages 1301-1321, Andre Draux, Mohamed Sadik, Borhane Moalla

8. Hermite spectral and pseudospectral methods for numerical
differentiation, Pages 1322-1330, Zhenyu Zhao, Junfeng Liu

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