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From: Robert van de Geijn <>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 09:15:27 -0500
Subject: ACM Author-izer

We received the following message from Bernard Rous at ACM:
>> You may be aware that ACM recently introduced ACM /Author-Izer,/ a
>> unique service which allows you to offer visitors to your home page
>> free access to your ACM-published articles in the ACM Digital
>> Library.
>> ACM /Author-Izer/ gives you the ability to add a link to the
>> definitive version of your article on either your personal web page
>> or your institutional repository. This link will expand your
>> article's accessibility to the worldwide computing community.
>> To use ACM /Author-Izer/ you must first take ownership of your
>> Author Profile page
>> <> in the ACM
>> Digital Library. To go to your Author Profile page click the link
>> above, and then sign in with your ACM Web Account username and
>> password. If you don't already have an Account, click "Sign up"
>> from your Author Profile page. You can add personal information
>> such as your photograph, homepage address, etc. Click "Add Author
>> Information" to submit your changes. Once you receive email
>> notification that your changes were accepted, you can use ACM
>> /Author-Izer/.
>> See how the ACM /Author-Izer/ service works
>> <>.
The short summary: ACM now has a mechanism so that an author can
easily distribute the original PDF of an ACM published paper from a
webpage. And one gets biometrics as a bonus.

We have tried this service, the result of which can be found at

The webpage is still under construction, but if one looks at some of
the entries of ACM publications, one can see what the net effect is.
See, for example, Entry 16 under Journal Publications.

I applaud ACM for its vision and leadership! Let's ask other
publishers to do the same.


From: Eric Polizzi <>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 11:50:18 -0500
Subject: FEAST v2.0 for solving eigenvalue problems

The FEAST solver package is a free high-performance numerical library
for solving the standard or generalized eigenvalue problem, and
obtaining all the eigenvalues and eigenvectors within a given search
interval. It is based on an innovative fast and stable numerical
algorithm presented in [1] -- named the FEAST algorithm -- which
deviates fundamentally from traditional eigenvalue algorithms. The
FEAST algorithm combines simplicity and efficiency and offers many
important capabilities for achieving high performance, robustness,
accuracy, and scalability on parallel architectures.

The current version v2.0 of the FEAST package focuses on solving the
symmetric eigenvalue problems (real symmetric or complex Hermitian
systems) on both shared-memory and distributed-memory architectures
(i.e contains both FEAST-SMP and FEAST-MPI libraries). The FEAST-MPI
library includes a three level parallelism capability
(MPI-MPI-OpenMP). The FEAST libraries include both reverse-
communication interfaces (kernel) and ready-to-use predefined
interfaces for dense, banded and sparse systems. It includes double
and single precision arithmetic and can be called from Fortran (77,90)
or C codes. The software can be downloaded from the following

This work has been partially supported by Intel and NSF (#0846457).

[1] E. Polizzi,"Density-Matrix-Based Algorithms for Solving Eigenvalue
Problems", Phys. Rev. B. Vol. 79, 115112 (2009).
[2] E. Polizzi,"FEAST Solver v2.0 User's Guide", (2012)


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 15:33:22 -0500
Subject: New Book, Intro to Optim and Semidiff Calculus

Announcing the March 14, 2012, publication by SIAM of:

Introduction to Optimization and Semidifferential Calculus,
by Michel Delfour

2012 / xvi + 347 pages / Hardcover / ISBN 978-1-611972-14-6 /
List Price $97.00 / SIAM Member Price $67.90 / Order Code MO12

This primarily undergraduate textbook focuses on finite-dimensional
optimization. It offers an original and well integrated treatment of
semidifferential calculus and optimization, with an emphasis on the
Hadamard subdifferential, introduced at the beginning of the 20th
century and somewhat overlooked for many years. References to original
papers by Hadamard (1923) and Fr=E9chet (1925) are included, along with
fundamentals of convex analysis (convexification, Fenchel duality,
linear and quadratic programming, two-person zero-sum games, Lagrange
primal and dual problems, semiconvex and semiconcave functions). The
book also includes complete definitions, theorems, and detailed
proofs, along with commentaries that put the subject into historical
perspective and numerous examples and exercises throughout each

Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Existence, Convexities,
and Convexification; Chapter 3: Semi-differentiability,
Differentiability, Continuity, and Convexities; Chapter 4: Optimality
Conditions; Chapter 5: Constrained Differentiable Optimization;
Appendix A: Inverse and Implicit Function Theorems; Appendix B:
Answers to Exercises

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


From: Julie Haenisch <>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 12:32:40 -0500
Subject: New Book, Circles Disturbed

Circles Disturbed: The Interplay of Mathematics and Narrative
Edited by Apostolos Doxiadis & Barry Mazur

Circles Disturbed brings together important thinkers in mathematics,
history, and philosophy to explore the relationship between
mathematics and narrative. The book's title recalls the last words of
the great Greek mathematician Archimedes before he was slain by a
Roman soldier--"Don't disturb my circles"--words that seem to refer to
two radically different concerns: that of the practical person living
in the concrete world of reality, and that of the theoretician lost in
a world of abstraction. Stories and theorems are, in a sense, the
natural languages of these two worlds--stories representing the way we
act and interact, and theorems giving us pure thought, distilled from
the hustle and bustle of reality. Yet, though the voices of stories
and theorems seem totally different, they share profound connections
and similarities.

"Circles Disturbed offers a range of possibilities for how narrative
can function in mathematics and how narratives themselves show signs
of a mathematical structure. An intelligent, exploratory collection of
writings by a distinguished group of contributors."--Theodore Porter,
University of California, Los Angeles

Apostolos Doxiadis is a writer whose books include Uncle Petros and
Goldbach's Conjecture and Logicomix. Barry Mazur is the Gerhard Gade
University Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Harvard
University. His books include Imagining Numbers and Arithmetic Moduli
of Elliptic Curves (Princeton).

Cloth | 2012 | $49.50 / =A334.95 | ISBN: 9780691149042 | 552 pp.


From: Julie Haenisch <>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 12:23:50 -0500
Subject: New Book, Numerical Methods

Numerical Methods: Design, Analysis, and Computer Implementation of
Algorithms, by Anne Greenbaum & Timothy P. Chartier

"This is an excellent introduction to the exciting world of numerical
analysis. Fulfilling the need for a modern textbook on numerical
methods, this volume has a wealth of examples that will keep students
interested in the material. The mathematics is completely rigorous and
I applaud the authors for doing such a marvelous job."--Michele Benzi,
Emory University

* Clear and concise exposition of standard numerical analysis topics
* Explores nontraditional topics, such as mathematical modeling and
Monte Carlo methods
* Covers modern applications, including information retrieval and
animation, and classical applications from physics and engineering
* Promotes understanding of computational results through MATLAB
* Provides flexibility so instructors can emphasize mathematical or
applied/computational aspects of numerical methods or a combination
* Includes recent results on polynomial interpolation at Chebyshev
points and use of the MATLAB package Chebfun
* Short discussions of the history of numerical methods interspersed
* Supplementary materials available online

Anne Greenbaum is professor of applied mathematics at the University
of Washington. She is the author of Iterative Methods for Solving
Linear Systems. Timothy P. Chartier is associate professor of
mathematics at Davidson College.

Cloth | 2012 | $95.00 / =A365.00 | ISBN: 9780691151229 | 470 pp.


From: Larisa Beilina <>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 09:09:21 -0500
Subject: New Book, Inverse Problems

Title: Approximate Global Convergence and Adaptivity for Coefficient
Inverse Problems

Authors: Larisa Beilina and Michael V. Klibanov

Publisher: Springer, New York, 2012

Hardcover, ISBN 978-1-4419-7804-2

Approximate Global Convergence and Adaptivity for Coefficient Inverse
Problems is the first book in which two new concepts of numerical
solutions of multidimensional Coefficient Inverse Problems (CIPs) for
a hyperbolic Partial Differential Equation (PDE) are presented:
Approximate Global Convergence and the Adaptive Finite Element Method
(adaptivity for brevity).

Two central questions for CIPs are addressed: How to obtain a good
approximation for the exact solution without any knowledge of a small
neighborhood of this solution, and how to refine it given the

The book also combines analytical convergence results with recipes for
various numerical implementations of developed algorithms. The
developed technique is applied to two types of blind experimental
data, which are collected both in a laboratory and in the field. The
result for the blind backscattering experimental data collected in the
field addresses a real-world problem of imaging of shallow explosives.


From: Julie Haenisch <>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 12:30:03 -0500
Subject: New Book, Elliptic Tales

Elliptic Tales: Curves, Counting, and Number Theory
Avner Ash & Robert Gross

Elliptic Tales describes the latest developments in number theory by
looking at one of the most exciting unsolved problems in contemporary
mathematics--the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture. The Clay
Mathematics Institute is offering a prize of $1 million to anyone who
can discover a general solution to the problem. In this book, Avner
Ash and Robert Gross guide readers through the mathematics they need
to understand this captivating problem.

"Assuming only what every mathematically inclined freshman should
know, this book leads the reader to an understanding of one of the
most important conjectures in current number theory--whose proof is
one of the Clay Mathematics Institute's million-dollar prize
problems. The book is carefully and clearly written, and can be
recommended without hesitation."--Peter Swinnerton-Dyer, University of

Avner Ash is professor of mathematics at Boston College. Robert Gross
is associate professor of mathematics at Boston College. They are the
coauthors of Fearless Symmetry: Exposing the Hidden Patterns of
Numbers (Princeton).

Cloth | 2012 | $29.95 / =A319.95 | ISBN: 9780691151199 | 280 pp.


From: Yongtao Zhang <>
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2012 14:51:00 -0500
Subject: Midwest NA Day 2012, USA, May 2012

The =93Midwest Numerical Analysis Day 2012=94 conference will be held in
the department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics
(ACMS) at the University of Notre Dame, May 12 =96 13, 2012. This
conference is organized to provide an open opportunity for faculty,
postdocs and graduate students in numerical analysis, scientific
computing and related application areas, mainly from the Midwest
region, to get together, exchange ideas, and promote
collaborations. The conference will highlight various active research
programs in numerical analysis and scientific computing in the Midwest
region, and will present a broad spectrum of current research and
prospects for future directions in applied and computational
mathematics, and their applications. It will provide young
researchers with a valuable and deep learning experience and a larger
perspective outside their PhD research. Moreover, the workshop will be
an event that applied mathematician and engineers meet to discuss
impacts of scientific computing on real applications.

Plenary speakers are Suncica Canic (Cullen Distinguished Professor,
University of Houston), Chi-Wang Shu (Theodore B. Stowell University
Professor of Applied Mathematics, Brown University), Eitan Tadmor
(Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland, College
Park). The conference will include 25-minute contributed talks in two
to three parallel sessions. There is no conference registration
fee. However, advance registration is required. Partial support for
graduate students and postdocs is available if they present a
contributed talk. For more information on registration and submission
of titles and abstracts for contributed talks, please visit the
conference website


From: Jerzy Wasniewski <>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 12:50:43 +0100 (CET)
Subject: PARA 2012,Finland, Jun 2012

PARA 2012, June 10-13, 2012, Helsinki, Finland

Scope: The main theme of PARA12 is State of the Art in Scientific and
Parallel Computing with a special theme "Towards Exascale".
Interesting topics include (but are not restricted to) algorithms,
software, tools, environments as well as applications for scientific
computing, high-performance computing, grid computing, cloud
computing, and interactive visualization.

June 10, 2012: Tutorials
June 11-13; 2012: Workshop sessions
For details see: .

Keynotes: Jack Dongarra: Algorithmic and Software Challenges
when Moving Towards Exascale; Mark Parsons: CRESTA: Collaborative
Research into Exascale Systemware, Tools & Applications; Bjorn
Engquist: Coarse-Grained Communication in Scientific Computing.

Place: Finlandia Hall, Helsinki, Finland.

Contact information: email:, tel: +358 50 3819 039,
fax: +358 9 4572 302; by post office: PARA 2012, CSC - IT
Center for Science, PO Box 405, FI-02101 Espoo, Finland.


From: "CyberSec2012" <>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 12:16:47 -0700
Subject: CyberSec2012, Malaysia, Jun 2012

The International Conference on Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare and
Digital Forensic (CyberSec2012), June 26-28, 2012
University Putra Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

*Cyber Security: Privacy issues; Formal Methods Application in
Security; Incident Handling and Penetration Testing; Operating Systems
and Database Security; Security in Cloud Computing; Security in Social
Networks; Multimedia and Document Security; Hardware-Based security;
VOIP, Wireless and Telecommunications Network Security; Security of
Web-based Applications and Services; Enterprise Systems Security;
SCADA and Embedded systems security; Distributed and Pervasive Systems

*Digital Forensic: Data leakage, Data protection and Database
forensics; Forensics of Virtual and Cloud Environments; Network
Forensics and Traffic Analysis Hardware Vulnerabilities and Device
Forensics; Information Hiding; File System and Memory Analysis
Multimedia Forensic; Executable Content and Content Filtering;
Anti-Forensics and Anti-Anti-Forensics Techniques; Malware forensics
and Anti-Malware techniques; Evidentiary Aspects of Digital Forensics;

*Information Assurance and Security Management: Corporate Governance;
Laws and Regulations; Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Risk Management;
Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning; Critical
Infrastructure Protection; Digital Rights Management and Intellectual
Property Protection; Security Policies and Trust Management;

*Cyber warfare and Physical Security: Surveillance Systems; Cyber
Warfare Trends and Approaches; Social engineering; Authentication and
Access Control Systems; Biometrics Applications; Electronic Passports,
National ID and Smart Card Security

Submission Date : March 30, 2012


From: MiguelA.Bentez <>
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2012 12:49:24 -0500
Subject: European Finite Element Fair,Spain, Jun 2012

The 10th European Finite Element Fair (2012) will take place on
June 8-9, 2012, in BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics,
BILBAO, Basque Country, Spain.

For registration, how to reach and further information, please see the
web page:


From: "Cahill, Eamonn" <>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 18:30:28 -0000
Subject: Euroscience Open Forum, Ireland, Jul 2012

Dublin, Ireland, 11-15 July, 2012

Europe's largest multi-disciplinary science conference, inspired by
the annual meeting of the AAAS.

The event will bring together over 5,000 scientists; business leaders;
senior EU and government officials; and international scientific media
to discuss the latest research and to address all of the current major
global scientific challenges.

Conference chair: Patrick Cunningham, Chief Scientific Adviser to the
Government of Ireland.

Themes: Energy, Environment & Climate; Engagement and Education;
Science and Culture; Reshaping the Frontiers of Knowledge; Medicine
and Health; Communicating Science

Keynote Speakers include: Rolf-Dieter Heuer (CERN); Craig Venter
(J. Craig Venter Inst.); Charles Bolden (NASA); Marcus duSautoy
(University of Oxford)

Cut-off for early-bird registration: 28th March.

Programme and Registration available at


From: Stefan Vandewalle <>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 16:09:23 -0500
Subject: ICCAM-2012 congress, Belgium, Jul 2012

ICCAM-2012, the 16th edition of the International Congress on
Computational and Applied Mathematics will take place at the
University of Ghent in Belgium from July 9 to July 13, 2012. The
congress concentrates on the analysis and application of computational
techniques for scientific and engineering problems.

Plenary lectures will be presented by
Ernst Hairer (Universit=E9 de Gen=E8ve, Switserland),
Gabriel Wittum (University of Frankfurt, Germany)
Kees Vuik (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Jean-Paul Berrut (Universit=E9 de Fribourg, Switserland)
Lieven De Lathauwer (University of Leuven-Kortrijk, Belgium)
Garth Wells (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Yurii Nesterov (Universit=E9 Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the
congress. Abstracts for a short communication (30 min.) should be
submitted before April 15, 2012. More details about ICCAM-2012 can be
found at:

Stefan Vandewalle and Marnix Van Daele
ICCAM 2012 conference organisors


From: Jaime Lloret Mauri<>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 23:45:23 +0100
Subject: CDVE2012, Japan, Sep 2012

The 9th International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization
and Engineering - CDVE2012, will be held on Sept. 2-5, Osaka, Japan.

The full paper deadline is April 1, 2012 and the short paper deadline
is April 20, 2012. You can submit a paper without submitting an
abstract previously. Please visit our website for

You should submit the paper by Easychair system. Please check how to
submit a paper in

Our keynote speaker will be Professor Renate Fruchter at Stanford
University, founding director of the Project Based Learning
Laboratory. The proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag

All the original papers on our conference topics are welcome. The
papers should not be published nor submitted elsewhere before.

Please feel free to forward this call to any parties and put the
conference web URL link into your own website.

The 9th International Conference on
Cooperative Design, Visualization and Engineering
September 2-5, 2012
Osaka, Japan


From: Yuvon Robin <>
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2012 12:05:58 -0500
Subject: Facutly Position, Texas State University-San Marcos

Texas State University-San Marcos is a member of The Texas State
University System. Faculty Search, the University Chair in Materials
Science and Engineering and Professor, Physics
Posting #2012-47

Texas State University is aggressively developing a Materials Science,
Engineering, and Commercialization Program based on strong
interdisciplinary research for innovative solutions to pressing
societal issues. As part of this effort, we are recruiting for the
University Chair in Materials Science and Engineering (Associate or
Professor in Physics), an endowed academic appointment. We are seeking
exceptionally qualified candidates who have active and internationally
recognized research efforts in advanced materials for emerging
technologies such as biomaterials, biosensing, new epitaxial
materials, nanocomposites and polymers, energy harvesting, and other
appropriate areas. The successful applicant will establish a vigorous
externally funded research program, establish a strong leadership role
including mentoring of junior faculty, supervise graduate students,
collaborate with other faculty, and be committed to teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate levels. Salary and the start-up package
will be commensurate with qualifications.

-Earned doctoral degree in Physics or a related field
-Possess a continuing track record of high level interdisciplinary
-Possess a continuing track record of scholarly accomplishments
-Strong record of external funding of research
-Strong record of peer reviewed publications
-Successful applicant will receive the appropriate rank and title
based on university and department established standards

Industrial or commercialization experience

Application Procedures
Review will begin May 1, 2012 and continue until the position is
filled. To ensure full consideration, submit the following May 1,
2012-- Faculty application
employment/application.html) and accompanying materials which include:
a cover letter; vita; statements of the proposed research program (up
to 2 pages long) and your teaching philosophy; and list of five
references to:


From: Mikael Mortensen <>
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2012 14:16:51 -0500
Subject: PhD Position, University of Oslo, Fluid Mechanics

The successful applicant will join the research group in fluid
mechanics at the Department of Mathematics, UiO. The Fluids group
performs research in several areas of theoretical/numerical fluid
mechanics to study marine hydrodynamics, multiphase flows, heat
transport for subsea heat exchangers, tsunamis (shallow water flows),
nonlinear wind waves and wave-current interaction. There is currently
a strong focus on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and multiphysics
problems, where numerical methods for flows (finite element/volume)
are coupled with mathematical models for free surfaces (level-set and
volume of fluid methods) or structures (fluid structure
interactions). The applicant will work on implementing and testing
existing models and numerical algorithms in a collection of CFD codes
under development at the department. The ultimate goal of the project
will be the development of new and improved computational tools,
improving our ability of handling multiphysics problems with CFD. The
theoretical work can be combined with experimental work in the
laboratory at the department.

More information at:


From: Martin Berzins <>
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2012 18:27:14 -0600 (MDT)
Subject: Contents, Applied Numerical Mathematics, 62(5)

Applied Numerical Mathematics Volume 62, Issue 5, May 2012

1. High-order quadrature rules based on spline quasi-interpolants and
application to integral equations, Pages 507-520 P. Sablonniere,
D. Sbibih, M. Tahrichi

2. On the necessity of Nitsche term. Part II: An alternative approach,
Pages 521-535 J.P. Boufflet, M. Dambrine, G. Dupire, P. Villon

3. On the estimation of numerical error bounds in linear algebra based
on discrete stochastic arithmetic, Pages 536-555 Wenbin Li, Sven
Simon, Steffen Kiess

4. Applications of order arrows, Pages 556-566 A. Abdi, J.C. Butcher

5. A stable numerical inversion of generalized Abel's integral
equation, Pages 567-579 Sandeep Dixit, Om P. Singh, Sunil Kumar

6. A posteriori error estimates for non-conforming approximation of
eigenvalue problems, Pages 580-591 E.A. Dari, R.G. Duran, C. Padra

7. A minimal norm corrected underdetermined Gauss-Newton procedure,
Pages 592-605 Stephen L. Campbell, Peter Kunkel, Karen Bobinyec

8. Numerical solution of an adhesion problem with FEM and BEM, Pages
606-619 Leo Nesemann, Ernst P. Stephan

9. Interpolation with quintic Powell-Sabin splines, Pages 620-635
Hendrik Speleers

10. Numerical approximations to integrals with a highly oscillatory
Bessel kernel, Pages 636-648 Ruyun Chen

11. An efficient preconditioned iterative solution of fully-coupled
elastohydrodynamic lubrication problems, Pages 649-663 Sarfraz Ahmed,
Christopher E. Goodyer, Peter K. Jimack


Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 22:15:09 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Contents, Comput. Methods Funct. Theory, 12(1)


Abstracts online available at

On the Dynamics of the Rational Family f_t(z)=3D-t/4 (z^2-2)^2/(z^2-1),
Pages 1-17, H. G. Jang, N. Steinmetz

Quasiconformal Extension of Strongly Spirallike Functions, Pages
19-30, T. Sugawa

Bohr's Phenomenon on a Regular Condensator in the Complex Plane, Pages
31-43, P. Lassere, E. Mazzilli

Multicentric Holomorphic Calculus, Pages 45-65, O. Nevanlinna

Common Zeros of the Solutions of Two Differential Equations, Pages
67-85, A. Asiri

Conformal Images and the Angle of Parallelism, Pages 87-100, D. Minda,
A. F. Beardon

The Divergence of Two Hyperbolic Geodesics, Pages 101-104,
A. F. Beardon, D. Minda

Power Bounded Composition Operators, Pages 105-117, E. Wolf

On Eigenvalues of the Schroedinger Operator with a Complex-Valued
Polynomial Potential, Pages 119-144, P. Alexandersson, A. Gabrielov

Non-Linear Homogeneous Differential Polynomials, Pages 145-150,
M. Buck

Blaschke-Type Conditions for Analytic and Subharmonic Functions in the
Unit Disk: Local Analogs and Inverse Problems, Pages 151-166,
S. Ju. Favorov, L. Golinskii

A Reverse cos pi rho Theorem and a Question of Fryntov, Pages 167-172,
P. C. Fenton, J. Rossi

Determination of a Universal Series, Pages 173-199, A. Mouze,
V. Nestoridis, I. Papadoperakis, N. Tsirivas

On the Boundary Behaviour of Polymorphic Functions, Pages 201-212,
D. Mejia, Ch. Pommerenke

On Bounded Universal Functions, Pages 213-219, A. Vogt

Harmonic Mappings Convex in One or Every Direction, Pages 221-239,
S. Muir

Zeros of Derivatives of Real Meromorphic Functions, Pages 241-256,
J. K. Langley

Approximating Functions by the Riemann Zeta-Function and by
Polynomials with Zero Constraints, Pages 257-271, P. M. Gauthier

Entire Solutions of f(kz)=3Dkf(z)f'(z), Pages 273-278, A. F. Beardon

Line Integration of Dirac Operators Over Octonions and Cayley-Dickson
Algebras, Pages 279-306, S. V. Ludkovsky

Entire Functions Sharing a Finite Set with their Difference Operators,
Pages 307-328, X.-M. Li

A Completely Monotonic Function Used in an Inequality of Alzer, Pages
329-341, C. Berg, H. L. Pedersen

A Difference Picard Theorem for Meromorphic Functions of Several
Variables, Pages 343-361, R. Korhonen


From: Anna-Ulla Jansson <>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:26:16 +0000
Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 25(4)

Volume 25, Issue 4, April 2012

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


R53, The nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation with a random potential:
results and puzzles, Shmuel Fishman, Yevgeny Krivolapov and Avy Soffer


869, Synchronized oscillations in a mathematical model of segmentation
in zebrafish, Kang-Ling Liao, Chih-Wen Shih and Jui-Pin Tseng

905, Pullback attractors for three-dimensional non-autonomous
Navier--Stokes--Voigt equations, Julia Garc\' \i a-Luengo, Pedro Mar\'
\i n-Rubio and Jos\'e Real

931, Stabilization of heterodimensional cycles, C Bonatti, L J D\' \i
az and S Kiriki

961, Nonlinear Poisson--Nernst--Planck equations for ion flux through
confined geometries, M Burger, B Schlake and M-T Wolfram

991, Existence and uniqueness results for the Doi--Edwards polymer
melt model: the case of the (full) nonlinear configurational
probability density equation, Ionel Sorin Ciuperca, Arnaud Heibig and
Liviu Iulian Palade

1011, The Dirichlet-to-Neumann map for the elliptic sine-Gordon
equation, A S Fokas and B Pelloni

1033, Some examples of Baker domains, Walter Bergweiler and Jian-Hua

1045, Network periodic solutions: patterns of phase-shift synchrony,
Martin Golubitsky, David Romano and Yunjiao Wang

1075, Invariant Gibbs measures of the energy for shell models of
turbulence: the inviscid and viscous cases, Hakima Bessaih and
Benedetta Ferrario

1099, Anomalous diffusion for a class of systems with two conserved
quantities, C\'edric Bernardin and Gabriel Stoltz

1135, The geometry of finite difference discretizations of semilinear
elliptic operators, Eduardo Teles and Carlos Tomei

1155, Time-asymptotic interaction of flocking particles and an
incompressible viscous fluid, Hyeong-Ohk Bae, Young-Pil Choi,
Seung-Yeal Ha and Moon-Jin Kang

1179, On the location of poles for the Ablowitz--Segur family of
solutions to the second Painlev\'e equation, M Bertola

1187, Stability of Abrikosov lattices under gauge-periodic
perturbations, Israel Michael Sigal and Tim Tzaneteas

1211, Positive solutions for the {\em p}-Laplacian with dependence on
the gradient, H Bueno, G Ercole, A Zumpano and W M Ferreira

End of NA Digest