NA Digest Monday, February 6, 2012 Volume 12 : Issue 06

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Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs

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From: Douglas N Arnold <>
Date: Sun, 05 Feb 2012 15:28:44 -0600
Subject: Elsevier boycott

More than 4,000 members of the scientific community have taken a stand
against what they feel are unacceptable business practices by Elsevier
publishers, including issues of pricing, bundling, lobbying against
open access, ethical violations, and poor quality control. Elsevier
publishes many journals in numerical analysis and related fields, so
this issue is highly relevant to the NA-Digest community. You can
read my reasons for supporting the boycott at and/or join the boycott at .


From: Tammy Kolda <>
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2012 15:28:45 -0500
Subject: Announcing Tensor Toolbox for Matlab Version 2.5

Tensor Toolbox for MATLAB Version 2.5

Tensors (also known as multidimensional arrays or N-way arrays) are
used in a variety of applications ranging from chemometrics to network
analysis. The MATLAB tensor toolbox provides for manipulating dense,
sparse, and structured tensors using MATLAB's object-oriented

Version 2.5 fixes numerous bugs, includes new documentation, and adds

* cp_apr - Poisson Tensor Factorization for sparse count data
* sshopm - Shifted Symmetric Higher-Order Power Method for tensor
* create_problem - Tools for generating random tensor factorization
* create_guess - Tools for creating starting points for tensor
* symmetrize/issymmetric - Functions to symmetrize a tensor and check
* ttsv - Multiplies a dense symmetric tensor by the vector in multiple
* teneye - Creates the (symmetric) "identity tensor"
* import_data/export_data - Functions for importing and exporting text

For more information on the Tensor Toolbox for MATLAB Version 2.5,

POC: Tamara G. Kolda, Sandia National Labs,


From: Richard Sharp <>
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2012 16:35:14 -0500
Subject: Announcing Microsoft Codename "Cloud Numerics"

We are announcing the release of the Microsoft Codename “Cloud
Numerics” Lab. “Cloud Numerics” is a numerical and data analytics
library for data scientists, quantitative analysts, and others that
enables the scale-out of data-analytics models written in C# on
Azure. “Cloud Numerics” gives you

- an easy-to-use programming model that hides the complexity of
developing distributed algorithms

- access to a comprehensive .NET library of numerical algorithms
ranging from basic mathematics to advanced statistics to linear

- the ability deploy your application to Azure and take advantage of
the immense compute power available in the cloud

Do you want to learn more about “Cloud Numerics”? Please visit us on
our SQL Azure Labs home page (URL below), take a deeper look at the
Getting Started material and Sign Up to get access to the
installer. Let us know what you think by sending us email at


From: "Barrows, Lauren" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 17:22:11 -0500
Subject: Call for Nominations: Blackwell-Tapia Prize 2012

Nominations are solicited for the sixth Blackwell–Tapia Prize, which
will be awarded at a conference to be held at the Institute for
Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) on
November 9–10, 2012. Nominees should be active mathematical
scientists who have (1) contributed and continue to contribute
significantly to research in their fields of expertise; and (2) served
as role models for mathematical scientists and students from
underrepresented minority groups or contributed in other significant
ways to addressing the problem of the underrepresentation of
minorities in mathematics. Nominations should include a letter
addressing both eligibility requirements, along with a CV of the
nominee. Additional letters supporting the nomination may be included,
but are not required. Nominations should be sent by e-mail to Robert
Megginson at by February 12, 2012.

The biennial Blackwell–Tapia Prize was established in 2002 by the
Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute and the Mathematical
Sciences Research Institute in honor of the late David H. Blackwell
and Richard A. Tapia, distinguished mathematical scientists who have
been inspirations to more than a generation of African American and
Latino/Latina students and professionals in the mathematical
sciences. A consortium of U.S. mathematics institutes, which host the
conference in turn, supports the conference at which the prize is
awarded. Previous hosts have been MSRI (2002), IPAM (2004), IMA
(2006), SAMSI (2008), and MBI (2010). Prior to the first awarding of
the prize, an initial Blackwell–Tapia Conference was held at Cornell
University in 2000. The prize itself is funded by a generous donation
from Cornell. Previous recipients of the Blackwell–Tapia Prize are
Arlie Petters (2002), Rodrigo Bañuelos (2004), William Massey (2006),
Juan Meza (2008), and Trachette Jackson (2010).

More information:


From: "Henrichs, Nicole" <>
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 14:54:32 -0500
Subject: Events at ICERM, USA, May-Aug, 2012

ICERM is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications
for our Summer 2012 Topical Workshops. Application forms can be found
on the ICERM website at (

ICERM will be hosting three topical workshops over the course of the
summer of 2012:

Heterostructured Nanocrystalline Materials, May 30 - June 1, 2012

NSF/CBMS Conference: Finite Element Exterior Calculus,, (FEEC) June 11-15, 2012

Bridging Scales in Computational Polymer Chemistry, August 6-10, 2012

Please use the online application listed above to apply. Any
questions can be directed to Nicole Henrichs:


From: azaiez <>
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2012 16:49:49 -0500
Subject: ICOSAHOM'12, Tunisia, Jun 2012

The International Conference On Spectral and High-Order Methods 2011
will be held from June 25-29, 2012, at Gammarth in Tunisia.

ICOSAHOM, the International Conference on Spectral and High-Order
Methods, is now a well established biennial Conference which brings
together researchers on high-order methods to expose and discuss their
works on advances and new applications for solving PDE's.

Non-exhaustive Conference themes include spectral methods, high-order
finite difference, finite volume and finite element methods,
h-p-finite element methods, discontinuous Galerkin methods, ENO/WENO
methods, high-order methods for integral equations, wavelet-based
methods, stochastic methods, time-stepping methods, and efficient
solvers and preconditioners for high-order methods. Applications
include direct or inverse problems arising in many fields :
electromagnetics, fluid and structural mechanics, quantum mechanics,
climate modelling and image processing.

Plenary presentations: Remi Abgrall (Université de Bordeaux); Marc
Gerritsma (Delft University of Technology); Philippe LeFloch
(Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI) Francesca Rapetti
(Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis); Giovanni Russo (Università di
Catania ); Dominick Schöetzau (University of British Columbia); Tao
Tang (Hong Kong Baptist University); Raul Tempone (KAUST University);
Jaap van derVegt (University of Twente)

According the tradition, part of ICOSAHOM'12 is devoted to
topic-specific minisymposia, their purposes are several, e.g.,
presentation of new developments within the scope of the conference.


From: "Roumen Anguelov" <>
Date: Wed, 01 Feb 2012 17:22:49 +0200
Subject: BIOMATH 2012, Bulgaria, Jun 2012

International Conference on Mathematical Methods and Models in
Biosciences (BIOMATH 2012)
Sofia, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 17-22 June 2012

The conference is devoted to recent research in biosciences based on
applications of mathematics as well as mathematics applied to or
motivated by biological applications. It is a multidisciplinary
meeting forum for researchers who develop and apply mathematical and
computational tools to the study of phenomena in the broad fields of
biology, ecology, medicine, biotechnology, bioengineering,
environmental science, etc. Contributed talks in any of these fields
are invited for presentation. Participants need to submit a one-page
abstract 31 March 2012 indicating clearly the significance of the
reported results for the advancement of knowledge in bioscience and/or
biotechnology. Accepted presentations shall be published in special
issues of science journals.


From: Jesse Barlow <>
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 19:08:55 -0500
Subject: IWASEP 9, USA, Jun 2012

Intl. Workshop on Accurate Solution of Eigenvalue Problems IX
(IWASEP IX) Napa Valley, California, June 4 - 7, 2012

Abstract Deadline: April 1, 2012.
Registration Deadline: April 1, 2012.

Jesse Barlow (Chair), The Pennsylvania State Univ, SIAM rep
Zlatko Drmac, University of Zagreb
Volker Mehrmann, Technical University of Berlin
Ivan Slapnicar, University of Split
Kresimir Veselic, Fernuniversitaet Hagen

Local Organizing Committee
Jim Demmel, UC Berkeley
Esmond G. NG, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Oded Schwartz, UC Berkeley

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together experts on accuracy
issues in the numerical solution of eigenvalue problems for four days
of research presentations and discussions. This is the ninth such
workshop. This conference will be held in the Embassy Suites in Napa
Valley, CA.

In addition, the organizers welcome submitted presentations and
posters that are consistent with the theme of the meeting. A prize
will be given for the best poster.

For more information:


From: Karol Mikula <>
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:48:30 +0100
Subject: ALGORITMY 2012, Slovakia, Sep 2012

ALGORITMY 2012 - Conference on Scientific Computing
High Tatra Mountains, Slovakia
September 9-14, 2012

ALGORITMY (Algorithms) represents the oldest Central-European series
of international high level scientific meetings on applied mathematics
and numerical methods in computational sciences and engineering.

Following this old tradition, the 19th ALGORITMY conference will be
devoted to computational methods, their analysis, algorithmic
realization and application to real-world problems arising from, but
not restricted to, natural sciences, engineering, technology, medicine
and finance.

The main topics of the ALGORITMY 2012 conference are: computational
fluid dynamics and nonlinear conservations laws; heat transfer and
porous media flow; free boundary problems; image processing and
computer vision; computer graphics and computational geometry;
computational finance; computational biology and medicine;
computational geosciences; optimal control and inverse problems;
direct and iterative methods for large linear algebraic systems;
high-scale and parallel computing; scientific visualization; software
for scientific computations.

The list of invited speakers, invited sessions, Proceedings
information, deadlines and conference fees is available at


Date: Wed, 01 Feb 2012 15:57:04 +0900 (JST)
Subject: Team Leader Positions, RIKEN AICS, Japan

RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science in Kobe invites
applications for eight team leader positions in computer science and
computational science. The employment is to start as soon as possible
after April 1, 2012

The candidate is to organize a research team of 6 to 7 members. He or
she must be prepared to actively carry out research and development
toward creating a common framework to support computational science
and technology in a wide sense, and to promote interdisciplinary
research between computer and computational science.

It is a full-time management position with a five-year contract,
renewable for the duration of the research team, which is based on
evaluation. Annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications
and experience. Commuting and housing allowances will be provided.
Social insurance will be applied. Membership is mandatory in the RIKEN
Mutual Benefit Society (RIKEN Kyosaikai).

The following team leader positions are now open. For details on the
application we refer to the associated announcement on the URL's.

- HPC Programming Framework Research Team

- Data Assimilation Research Team

- HPC Usability Technology Team

- Advanced Visualization Team

- Large-scale Parallel Numerical Computing Technology Research Team

- Simulations of Complex Phenomena Team

- Discrete Event Simulation Technology Team

- Particle Simulator Research Team

Q&A on these positions is provided in:

The deadline of the application is February 20, 2012 (application
must arrive by 5 pm Japan time).

Candidates who pass the screening will undergo an interview consisting
of a presentation including self-introduction, personal research, and
research plan if given an opportunity to pursue research at AICS.

Please make inquiries by email to:



From: Anna-Karin Tornberg <>
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 08:00:28 +0100
Subject: Associate Professor, Numerical Analysis, KTH

Associate Professor in Numerical Analysis at KTH

The Numerical Analysis Department at the Royal Institute of Technology
(KTH) in Stockholm has an opening for an Associate Professor. The
profile of the position is broad - "Numerical solution of partial
differential equations and/or stochastic differential equations and
numerical linear algebra."

The ad can be found at
The deadline for applications is February 29, 2012.


From: "Prof. Dr. Y. Kyosev" <>
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2012 06:25:43 -0500
Subject: W2 Professorship, HS Niederrhein, Germany

Professorship W2, Computer aided design and simulation of textile
products, HS Niederrhein, Germany.

The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology at The Niederrhein
University of Applied Sciences invites applications for W2
Professorship "Computer aided design and simulation of textile
products" in German: "Rechnergestützte Entwicklung und Simulation
textiler Produkte".

The successful applicant will be expected to present both research and
teaching in the area of informatics and mathematics in German and
English, the applicant's expertise can be in any of the following
fields: engineer, mathematician, computer scientist or experienced in
software development and computer graphics. Experience in the area of
modeling of textile structures would be advantageous.

Deadline for applications is 29.02.20012

The full text of the anoncement and contact data can be found here:

For further information about the department:


From: Stefan Engblom <>
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 10:19:36 -0500
Subject: Two Postdoc Positions, Uppsala University

Methods and tools for software development for multicore computer
systems within one or several of following areas: computer
architecture, computer networks, programming language technology,
real-time and embedded systems, scientific computing, semantics,
testing, verification. One of the positions is reserved for the area
of programming language technology.

The positions are placed within the UPMARC centre of excellence at
Uppsala University. See

Application deadline: March 16, 2012. For more information about how
to apply, consult the official announcement at

A Post-Doctoral position requires a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science,
Computer Engineering, or equivalent. The degree should typically have
been obtained not more than three years ago. A Post-Doctoral position
is time-limited for a maximum of two years, and may include some
teaching (at most 20%).

The department is striving to achieve a more equal gender balance and
female candidates are particularly invited to apply.

For more information, see (UPMARC), (the department) or contact: Prof. Bengt Jonsson,, or some other member of the UPMARC consortium


From: Nick Trefethen <>
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2012 05:27:24 -0500
Subject: PhD Position, Chebfun (Trefethen), Oxford, deadline Mar 9

Applications are sought for a fully-funded 4-year PhD studentship to
work with me and the rest of the Chebfun team at Oxford on a topic in
the area of "Algorithms and mathematics related to Chebfun". There is
a good deal of flexibility in focussing the particular research topic,
and some details can be found at This post comes with a
studentship in Balliol College, founded in 1263, and with funds for
books and travel. Informal inquiries to me are welcome.


From: Timo Eirola <>
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2012 18:09:31 +0200
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Aalto University

Aalto University, School of Science, Dept. of Mathematics and Systems

2-4 Postdoctoral research positions in mathematics and systems

The Department of Mathematics and Systems analysis is presently
seeking to hire 2-4 postdoctoral researchers matching to the fields of
research at the department. For more information on our research
fields and department, please see

The positions are fixed term for the maximum period of two years,
starting at the latest by September 1st, 2012. Candidates are required
to hold a PhD degree before the start of the contract in order to
qualify. Successful candidates will carry out research in
collaboration with the research groups active at the department, with
some teaching included. The salary is competitive, determined based on
experience and qualifications, including occupational health and
social security benefits.

Please consult
for more information and instructions.

The deadline for applications is: 29th February 2012.

Aalto University is multidisciplinary university created from the
merger of three leading universities in Finland – The Helsinki
University of Technology, the Helsinki School of Economics and the
University of Art and Design Helsinki. The University offers new
possibilities for world-class, multidisciplinary education and
research. At Aalto there are 20,000 students with around 75,000
alumni. We have a staff of 4,500 including 300 professors. For further
information, see


From: Isabel Figueiredo <>
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2012 12:28:55 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position, Computational Math, Univ of Coimbra

Post Doctoral Research Position

The UTAustin|Portugal Program and the CMUC|Department of Mathematics
of the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the University of
Coimbra, Portugal (under the project below) invite applications for an
one-year Postdoctoral Position in Computational Mathematics, beginning
September 2012 (or earlier May/June 2012).

The focus of the research is on imaging sciences and scientific
computing. It involves variational image processing, image analysis,
partial differential equations, numerical analysis, optimization,
visualization, and inverse problems in imaging, with applications in
medicine and emphasis on endoscopic images.

Applicants should have a PhD in Mathematics or Computational Sciences
and Engineering (preferably obtained after December 31, 2006). The
position obeys to the Portuguese scholarship system and the
corresponding salary is €1495 per month (tax free). No teaching duties
are associated with the position.

Applicants should send by email to the following
- curriculum vitae (publication list included)
- statement of research interests (one page maximum, describing
concisely scientific interests and the relation with the proposed
post doctoral position)
- names and email-addresses of at least two scientists willing to
provide references.

Period for applications : from February 20th to March 16th, 2012.

This position is funded by the research project UTAustin/MAT/0009/2008
(UTAustin|Portugal Program, Contact
for further information: Isabel M. Narra Figueiredo


From: "Dr. Stefan Heitmann" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 09:31:04 -0500
Subject: PhD Positions, Scientific Computing, Hamburg, Germany

We are happy to announce that the recently founded Lothar Collatz
Centre for Schientific Computing has four vacant PhD positions within
the Collatz Graduate School starting in April 2012.

The Lothar Collatz School for Computing in Science promotes
computational education and research at the interface of Mathematics,
Computer Science and Computational Sciences.

More detailed descriptions of the positions and the application
procedure can be found in the attached document, or by visiting the

Informal enquiries about the positions may be adressed to the programm
coordinator Prof. Dr. Michael Hinze, michael.hinze @

A completed application must be on file by March 1, 2012.


From: Wil Schilders <>
Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2012 06:57:38 -0500
Subject: PhD Position, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands

A PhD position is available at TU Eindhoven, starting date is before
the summer of 2012. Topic of research is the smoothed particle
hydrodynamics method. SPH is a numerical method that has been applied
with great success in many fields in engineering and science. Since it
is a gridless, particle based technique, it is especially suited for
treating problems with free surfaces, multiphase flow, high velocity
impact, crack propagation or large deformations.

SPH and its many variants show impressive simulation results in a
variety of applications. There are however great challenges ahead:
* To achieve reliable and accurate solutions, the computational
accuracy, consistency, stability and convergence need further
study. Indeed, consistency is a topic of recent
interest. Application of the traditional concept of consistency for
grid-based methods (can a polynomial of degree n be approximated
exactly?) leads to disappointing results for SPH: it can only
recover polynomials of degree 1 in the interior and not even degree
0 (constants) near the boundary of the computational domain.
* The treatment of domain boundaries and imposing boundary conditions
has triggered attention but has not been dealt with properly yet.
* Due to the particle nature of the method, it is not straightforward
how to achieve different resolution in parts of the computational
domain in an efficient way.
* It is currently unclear how to handle particles with varying

The PhD research will address several of these issues.

For more information and applications, please contact Prof.Dr. W.H.A.
Schilders, TU Eindhoven, e-mail:


From: Peter Hegarty <>
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2012 11:38:02 -0500
Subject: PhD Positions, Math, Chalmers Univ of Technology, Sweden

The Department of Mathematics at Chalmers University of Technology,
Gotheburg, Sweden, invites applications for one or more PhD
positions. These positions are "open", in other words, the successful
applicant can choose his/her own area of specialisation. For further
information and instructions on how to apply, please visit our website


From: anta <>
Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2012 09:27:02 -0500
Subject: Contents, Rev. Anal. Numer. Theor. Approx. 40(1)

Revue d'Analyse Numerique et de Theorie de l'Approximation
vol. 40 issue 1

Newton's method and regularly smooth operators, I.K. Argyros

A Voronovskaya type theorem for q-Szasz-Mirakyan-Kantorovich
operators, G. Bascanbaz-Tunca and A. Erencin

Trapezoidal operator preserving the expected interval and the support
of fuzzy numbers, A. Brandas

Strong asymptotics of extremal polynomials on the segment in the
presence of denumerable set of mass points real-valued functions,
R. Khaldi and A. Boucenna

h-strongly E-convex functions, D. Marian

The generalization of some results for Schurer and Schurer-Stancu
operators, D. Miclaus

The approximation of bivariate functions by bivariate operators and
GBS operators, O. Pop

A Voronovskaja-type formula for the q-Meyer-Konig and Zeller
operators, T. Trif

Book reviews


From: Lothar Reichel <>
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2012 18:29:41 -0500
Subject: Contents, ETNA, 38

Table of Contents, Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis
(ETNA), vol. 38, 2011. ETNA is available at
and at several mirror sites. ETNA is in the extended Science Citation
Index and the CompuMath Citation Index.

i-viii Table of contents and abstracts

1-16 L. Marcinkowski, A preconditioner for a FETI-DP method for mortar
element discretization of a 4th order problem in 2D

17-33 R. M. Tifenbach, On an SVD-based algorithm for identifying
meta-stable states of Markov chains

34-43 J. M. Bardsley, Applications of a nonnegatively constrained
iterative method with statistically based stopping rules to CT,
PET, and SPECT imaging

44-68 M. Benning and M. Burger, Error estimates for general fidelities

69-97 T. Dayar and G. N. Noyan, Steady-state analysis of Google-like
stochastic matrices with block iterative methods

98-112 M. E. Hochstenbach, Fields of values and inclusion regions for
matrix pencils

113-145 Y. Chahlaoui, Two efficient SVD/Krylov algorithms for model
order reduction of large scale systems

146-167 P. Gonnet, R. Pachon, and L. N. Trefethen, Robust rational
interpolation and least-squares

168-183 S. H. Lui, Pseudospectral mapping theorem II

184-201 M. Iwasaki and Y. Nakamura, Positivity of dLV and mdLVs
algorithms for computing singular values

202-217 J. R. Cardoso, Evaluating the Fréchet derivative of the matrix
pth root problems

218-232 M. Masjed-Jamei, A linear constructive approximation for
integrable functions and a parametric quadrature model based
on a generalization of Ostrowski-Gruss type inequalities

233-257 S. Kindermann, Convergence analysis of minimization-based
noise level-free parameter choice rules for linear ill-posed

258-274 M. A. Olshanskii and L. G. Rebholz, Application of barycenter
refined meshes in linear elasticity and incompressible fluid

275-302 Sk. S. Ahmad and V. Mehrmann, Perturbation analysis for
complex symmetric, skew symmetric, even and odd matrix

303-316 M. Kara, B. Merouani, and L. Chorfi, Computation of the
torsional modes in an axisymmetric elastic layer

317-326 K. Driver, A. Jooste, and K. Jordaan, Stieltjes interlacing of
zeros of Jacobi polynomials from different sequence

327-346 S. Pishbin, F. Ghoreishi, and M. Hadizadeh, A posteriori error
estimation for the Legendre collocation method applied to
integral-algebraic Volterra equations

347-362 S. Duminil and H. Sadok, Reduced rank extrapolation applied to
electronic structure computations

363-400 P. R. Willems and B. Lang, Block factorizations and qd-type
transformations for the MR3 algorithm


From: Chi-Wang Shu <>
Date: Sat, 04 Feb 2012 15:05:39 -0500
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing, 50(3)

Journal of Scientific Computing

Volume 50, Number 3, March 2012
Special issue on Mathematical Methods in Medical Imaging

Guest Editors’ Introduction, Anne Gelb, Rosemary Renaut, Svetlana
Roudenko and Douglas Cochran, pp.493-494.

Mode Decomposition Evolution Equations, Yang Wang, Guo-Wei Wei and
Siyang Yang, pp.495-518.

A Novel Sparsity Reconstruction Method from Poisson Data for 3D
Bioluminescence Tomography, Xiaoqun Zhang, Yujie Lu and Tony Chan,

Sparsity Enforcing Edge Detection Method for Blurred and Noisy Fourier
data, W. Stefan, A. Viswanathan, A. Gelb and R. Renaut, pp.536-556.

Optimization of Surface Registrations Using Beltrami Holomorphic Flow,
Lok Ming Lui, Tsz Wai Wong, Wei Zeng, Xianfeng Gu, Paul M. Thompson,
Tony F. Chan and Shing-Tung Yau, pp.557-585.

Gene Expression Data to Mouse Atlas Registration Using a Nonlinear
Elasticity Smoother and Landmark Points Constraints, Tungyou Lin,
Carole Le Guyader, Ivo Dinov, Paul Thompson, Arthur Toga and Luminita
Vese, pp.586-609.

Efficient Calculations of 3-D FFTs on Spiral Contours, Christopher
K. Turnes and Justin Romberg, pp.610-628.

Iterative Filtering Decomposition Based on Local Spectral Evolution
Kernel, Yang Wang, Guo-Wei Wei and Siyang Yang, pp.629-664.

Wavelet-Based De-noising of Positron Emission Tomography Scans,
Wolfgang Stefan, Kewei Chen, Hongbin Guo, Rosemary A. Renaut and
Svetlana Roudenko, pp.665-677.

End of NA Digest