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From: "J. M. Littleton" <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 17:25:43 -0400
Subject: Call for nominations, SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E


The SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering is awarded
biennially in the area of computational science in recognition of
outstanding contributions to the development and use of mathematical
and computational tools and methods for the solution of science and
engineering problems. It is intended to recognize either one
individual or a group of individuals for outstanding research
contributions to the field of CS&E. The contribution(s) for which the
award is made must be publicly available and may belong to any aspect
of computational science in its broadest sense.

The prize will be awarded at the SIAM Conference on Computational
Science and Engineering (CSE13), to be held February 25 - March 1,
2013, in Boston, Massachusetts.

The award will include a total cash prize of $5,000 and a certificate
containing the citation. SIAM will reimburse reasonable travel
expenses to attend the award ceremony.

A letter of nomination, including description of the contribution(s),
and a CV of the candidate(s) should be addressed to Dr. Christopher
Johnson, Chair, SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E Committee, and sent by JUNE 1,
2012 to The call for nominations can be found at


From: Pierre RAMET <>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 17:26:16 +0200
Subject: PaStiX solver, new release 5.2 available

We announce the release, as libre/free software, of revision 5.2
(major release, named "ambiorix") of the PaStiX software.

PaStiX ( is a scientific library that
provides a high performance parallel solver for very large sparse
linear systems based on direct methods. Numerical algorithms are
implemented in single or double precision (real or complex) using LLt,
LDLt and LU with static pivoting (for non symmetric matrices having a
symmetric pattern). This solver provides also an adaptive blockwise
iLU(k) factorization that can be used as a parallel preconditioner
using approximated supernodes to build a coarser block structure of
the incomplete factors.

Major updates (see :
- Static scheduling can be extended with dynamic strategies during
numerical factorization to improve performances on multicore
architectures (have to be enabled with -DPASTIX_DYNSCHED).
- Native scheduler can be replaced with the runtime StarPU
( to provide multicore/multigpu
implementation of the numerical factorization (have to be enabled with
-DWITH_STARPU, require CUDA installation). Work in progress !
- Hybrid implementation mixing MPI and threads can improve
performances and reduce memory requirements on clusters of
shared-memory architectures but may have strong impact on the rest of
the user's code. Now you can enable the IPARM_AUTOSPLIT_COMM option to
submit a job in a full-MPI mode (PaStiX will split the MPI
communicator to reduce automatically the matrix on nodes and will
activate threads).
- Kernels have been extended to support complex hermitian matrices
(LLh or LDLh). LDLt can still be applied on a non-hermitian complex
symmetric matrix.
- MURGE interface has been improved (released on dedicated to finite element codes,
common with HIPS solver (



From: Oren Livne <>
Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2012 11:47:03 -0400
Subject: LAMG 2.1 available - Fast Graph Laplacian Solver

LAMG (Lean Algebraic Multigrid) is a fast graph Laplacian solver. It
can solve Ax=b in O(m) time and storage, where A is the graph
Laplacian of a weighted undirected graph with m edges.

Free MATLAB code download:
Paper submitted to SISC: (a revised
version will be submitted to ArXiV soon)

Release 2.1 contains bug fixes, optimization of core functions with
mex, and a simpler interface to call the solver. Usage examples are
available on the Google code website.

Please contact Oren Livne <> for any questions. This
is a joint work with Achi Brandt (Weizmann Institute of Science and
Videosurf, Inc.).


From: Tim Davis <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 18:19:22 -0500
Subject: Destruction of computer science/engineering at UF

Many of my colleagues have been asking about this concern, having seen
it in the news or from other colleagues.

My department needs your help. Please see for more details.

The Dean of the College of Engineering has proposed the destruction of
my department (the Computer and Information Science and Engieering
department at the University of Florida).

About half the faculty would scatter to 3 other departments, along
with its PhD program and one MS program. The BS and MS in Computer
Science would remain in the burnt ashes of a CISE department,
dedicated solely to teaching. Faculty not chosen by other departments
would lose their research. Courses taught for the PhD program would
become service courses taught by non-research faculty.

This is at the same time that the computing discipline is increasing
in Florida and in Gainesville itself.

Please consider the facts posted at
(including our Dean's proposal), and sign our petition. The Dean's
drastic reduction is under the guise of a budget reduction (2% cut to
the departments, all borne by our department), and a 'reduction of
duplication'. The change would actually increase duplication, because
the MS in Computer Engineering would move to another department, while
the MS in CS would remain in CISE.

If these changes go through, and I remain at CISE, my NSF-supported
research in sparse matrix algorithms, including x=sparse(A)\b in
MATLAB, would disappear. Other NSF-supported research would also

Please support our petition, and consider contacting our president to
oppose our Dean's plan (


From: Ruediger Seydel <>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 09:39:37 -0400
Subject: New Book Edition, Computational Finance

The fifth edition of the book
R.Seydel: "Tools for Computational Finance"
Springer (2012) 429 pages, 98 figures, 103 exercises
has been published. Compared to the fourth edition, the page count
has increased by almost 100 pages. This is mainly due to
- A new chapter on numerical methods for incomplete markets;
- Several new parts throughout the book such as that on the
calculation of sensitivities and the application of penalty methods;
- Additional material in the field of analytical methods including
Kim's integral representation and its computation;
- Guidelines for comparing algorithms and judging their efficiency;
- An extended chapter on finite elements that now includes a
discussion of two-asset options;
- Additional exercises, figures and references.

For more information, see


From: "Kirsten Wilden" <>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 08:39:45 -0400
Subject: CANCELLED, SIAM Conf on Math for Industry (MI12)


SIAM has canceled the 2012 Conference on Mathematics for Industry
(MI12), originally scheduled to be held Oct 2-4, 2012, in Denver,

SIAM Conference on Mathematics for Industry: Challenges and Frontiers

October 2-4, 2012

The Curtis, A Doubletree by Hilton, Denver, Colorado, USA

This conference has been cancelled.

The cancelation is due to a lack of critical mass of sessions or range
of topics to have a satisfactory meeting.

Please consider submitting to another SIAM Conference. A full listing
of SIAM conferences can be found at .

For additional information, contact the SIAM Conference Department at


From: Peter Richtarik <>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 10:20:41 -0400
Subject: Advances in Large-Scale Optimization, UK, May 2012

Advances in Large-Scale Optimization
(NAIS Workshop and Colloquium)
May 24-25, 2012, Edinburgh

Headline speaker: Yurii Nesterov (Louvain)

Other speakers include: Schmidt (INRIA), Richtarik (Edinburgh),
D'Aspremont (Ecole Polytechnique), Gondzio (Edinburgh), Kocvara
(Birmingham), Cartis (Edinburgh)

*No* registration fee



From: JrgenFrikel <>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 14:30:52 -0400
Subject: Image Reconstruction: Math & Appl, Germany, Jul 2012

It is our pleasure to draw your attention to the summer school:
"Image Reconstruction: Mathematics & Applications (IRMA)"
which will take place from July 23 - 27, 2012 at Technische
Universität München, Germany.

The goal of this summer school is to bring together experts and young
researcher from different fields in image reconstruction, inverse
problems and applications. The program is organized into 6 lectures
given by plenary speakers and 12 contributed talks that are intended
for young researchers.

Registration deadline is May 31th, 2012. There is no registration fee!

Invited Plenary Lecturers:
Leonid Kunyansky (University of Arizona, USA)
Frank Natterer (Universität Münster, Germany)
Nassir Navab (Technische Universität München, Germany)
Franz Pfeiffer (Technische Universität München, Germany)
Eric Todd Quinto (Tufts University, USA)
Otmar Scherzer (University of Vienna, Austria)

More information about the summer school as well as travel direction
can be found on the web page

Please feel free to distribute this information among colleagues.

Looking forward seeing you in Munich!

With best regards,
Frank Filbir, Jürgen Frikel, Stefan Kunis, and Tobias Lasser


From: Milan Vukov <>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 11:12:54 -0400
Subject: OPTEC MHE and System Ident, Belgium, Aug 2012

OPTEC Workshop on Moving Horizon Estimation and System Identification
August 29-30, 2012
Leuven, Belgium

The aim of this two day workshop is to bring together researchers from
the fields of optimization based estimation and system identification.
It spans from theory to applications, and topics of interest include:
- moving horizon estimation formulations
- linear and nonlinear models
- constrained estimation and identification
- use of L1 vs L2 vs Huber penalties
- robust estimation and regularization
- fault and outlier detection
- Kalman smoothing and filtering
- efficient numerical methods
- sparsity exploiting linear algebra
- single shooting vs. multiple shooting vs. collocation
- embedded optimization and code generation
- applications in aerospace, process systems, mechatronics, robotics
- open source and commercial software tools

There are two confirmed keynote speakers giving 45 minute talks:
- Lennart Ljung (Linköping): Parameter estimation using smoothing and
- Jim Rawlings (UW Madison): Current status and future challenges of
moving horizon state estimation

For more info


From: Mathias Winkel <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 06:15:25 -0400
Subject: Guest Student Programme on Sci Comp, Germany, Aug 2012

2012 Guest Student Programme on Scientific Computing
Where: Juelich Supercomputing Centre, Forschungszentrum Juelich
When: 6 August to 12 October 2012
Deadline: 09 May 2012

In order to give students the opportunity to familiarize themselves
with various aspects of scientific computing as early as possible, the
Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) is once again organizing a
programme for guest students in the 2012 summer vacation. The
programme is supported by CECAM - Centre Europeen de Calcul Atomique
and the German Research School for Simulation Sciences. It targets
students of science and engineering, informatics and mathematics who
have already completed their first degree but have not yet finished
their master's course.

The students will work together with local scientists on topics of
current interest in research and development. Depending on their
previous experience and interests, they will be involved in various
fields of work.

The programme will run for ten weeks from 6 August to 12 October 2012.
The students will be able to use the supercomputers at JSC, including
the new Blue Gene/Q installation which will be the successor of JSC's
workhorse JUGENE. They should naturally be familiar with
computer-oriented areas of their subjects. In addition, they should
also have practical computer experience including at least a good
knowledge of programming with C, C++ or Fortran on Unix systems.

More information:
Application deadline: 09 May 2012


From: Nick Trefethen <>
Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2012 06:26:09 -0400
Subject: Chebfun and Beyond, Oxford, UK, Sep 2012

A "Chebfun and Beyond" workshop will be held Sept. 17-19 at Oxford
University: see The subject is
mathematics, algorithms and software for computation with functions
instead of numbers, and principal speakers will include:

Folkmar Bornemann, TU Munich
Toby Driscoll, U. of Delaware
Leslie Greengard, New York U.
Nick Hale, U. of Oxford
Nick Higham, U. of Manchester
Daan Huybrechs, KU Leuven
Cleve Moler, MathWorks Inc.
Nick Trefethen, U. of Oxford

Contributed talks are solicited on all topics related to the theory
and practice of computing with functions. A key problem we plan to
discuss will be the development of algorithms that might enable
Chebfun-like computations to be extended to 2D or 3D.

Costs for participants will be low since the conference is heavily
subsided by the European Research Council. Note that that since
numbers are limited, likely participants are asked to send a message
to to reserve a place.


From: Francesco Tudisco <>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 12:17:49 +0200
Subject: Matrix Methods and Applied Lin Alg, Russian/Italy, Sep 2012

Rome-Moscow School on Matrix Methods and Applied Linear Algebra, 3rd

The school is held during the whole month of September 2012, and
consists of two parts

September 3 - 14 (2012), Institute of Numerical Mathematics - RAS
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

September 17 - 28 (2012), Department of Mathematics
University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Rome, Italy

The school is open to advanced undergraduate, master's and PhD
students. A very preliminary list of lecturers is: A. Arico', A. De
Rossi, D. Bertaccini, D. Fasino, F. Di Benedetto, C. Di Fiore,
S. A. Goreinov, C. Manni, E. E. Tyrtyshnikov, N. Zamarashkin,
P. Zellini

Applications should be preferably submitted within Tuesday, April 24,
2012, and not later than May 7, 2012.

Some scholarships are available, mainly covering lodging expenses.

To apply for the school and for any further information please visit the
school's web site:


From: Association ConstraintProgramming <>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 21:16:11 +0100
Subject: Principles & Practice of Constraint Prog, Canada, Oct 2012

CP 2012: Eighteenth International Conference on Principles and
Practice of Constraint Programming
October 8-12, 2012, Quebec City, Canada

Deadline for abstract submission: April 19, 2012
Deadline for Paper Submissions: April 23, 2012

The CP conference is the annual international conference on constraint
programming. It is concerned with all aspects of computing with
constraints, including theory, algorithms, environments, languages,
models, systems, and applications such as decision making, resource
allocation, and agreement technologies.

CP 2012 includes a technical program, where presentations of research
papers as well as invited talks aim at describing the best results and
techniques in the state-of-the-art of constraint programming. One day
of Workshops precedes the conference. Tutorials and the Doctoral
Program will form part of the main conference. Papers are solicited
from all disciplines concerned with constraints.

Reports on successful applications of constraint technology are
particularly encouraged and are subject to special Applications track
acceptance criteria. Beside the application track, this year, for the
first time a track on "Multidisciplinary papers: cross-cutting
methodology and challenging applications" welcomes papers that link CP
technology with other techniques like (this is not an exhaustive list)
machine learning, data mining, game theory, simulation, knowledge
compilation, visualization, control theory and robotics.



From: Kirsten Wilden <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 08:33:54 -0400
Subject: ACM-SIAM Sym on Discrete Alg (SODA13), USA, Jan 2013

ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA13)

The Algorithm Engineering and Experiments (ALENEX13) and Analytic
Algorithmics and Combinatorics (ANALCO13) meetings will take place at
the same location, and will hold sessions during the SODA conference.
SODA is jointly sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on
Algorithms and Computation Theory and the SIAM Activity Group on
Discrete Mathematics.

Location: Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Dates: January 6-8, 2013

The Call for Presentations for this conference is available at:

Twitter hashtag: #SIAMDA13

June 26, 2012, 4:59 PM EDT - Deadline - Short Abstract Submission and
Paper Registration Deadline
July 3, 2012, 4:59 PM EDT - Deadline - Full Paper Submission
Acceptance/rejection notices will be sent to authors via e-mail in mid
September 2012.

For additional information, contact the SIAM Conference Department at


From: Yintzer Shih <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 17:29:32 +0800
Subject: 3 Tenure Track Positions, Applied Math, NCHU, Taiwan

3 Faculty Positions / Professors of Applied Mathematics

The Department of Applied Mathematics ( at the
National Chung Hsing University (NCHU) invites applications for 3
positions in Applied Mathematics at the Assistant or Associate
Professor level. The vacant positions are within 3 areas: (1) Discrete
Mathematics, (2) Differential Equation; Analysis; Numerical Analysis;
or other related fields in mathematics, and (3) Computational Science.

The successful candidate's mathematical results should have received
wide international recognition. His or her results should be landmark
contributions to applied mathematics. For positions (1)-(2), applicant
should show his/her strong background in one of fields: discrete
mathematics, analysis, differential equations, mathematical modeling
and/or efficient numerical simulation in differential equations. And
for position (3), applicant should have strong algorithmic and
computational component in his/her computing mathematics research in
at least one of below fields: computational mechanics; computational
biology; image processing; computational finance information
technology & communication. The candidate should have demonstrated
proficiency in conducting pioneering projects in applied
mathematics. Together with other members of the Department, the new
professor will be responsible for teaching undergraduate courses (in
Chinese or English) and graduate courses for students in Applied
Mathematics and Computational Science.

Your application should include 1. application form 2. curriculum
vitae and publications 3. certifications of professional experience,
4. at least 2 recommendation letters, 5. research plan,
6. certifications of awards or patents (if applicable). The letter of
application should be addressed to

the Chair, Prof. Dr. Jyh-Bin Ke at 250 Kuo-Kuan Rd., Department of
Applied Mathematics, National Chung-Hsing University, Taichung, 40227,

The closing date for applications is May 6, 2012. The positions will
start in Feb. 1, 2013.

NCHU is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. In order
to increase the number of women in leading academic positions, we
specifically encourage women to apply.


From: Frances Kuo <>
Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2012 22:28:23 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Position, Computational Math, UNSW, Australia

Salary Level A: A$75,612 - A$80,874 per year (plus up to 17% employer
superannuation and leave loading)

The School of Mathematics and Statistics seeks to appoint a
Postdoctoral Fellow to work on the ARC Discovery Project "Very high
dimensional computation - the new frontier in numerical analysis", for
which the Chief Investigators are Professor Ian H. Sloan and Dr
Frances Y. Kuo.

The position is a full time, fixed term position for up to 2
years. For applicants with proven teaching abilities there may be an
opportunity to obtain a 25% appointment as a regular academic which
includes teaching.

Women and people from equity groups are encouraged to apply.

Applicants should address the selection criteria found within the
position description, in their online application.

For further information about the position, please contact Professor
Ian H. Sloan, on email, or Dr. Frances Y. Kuo on

To submit an application go to:

Applications close : 11 May 2012


From: Michelle Swain <>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 07:18:21 -0400
Subject: NAIS Postdoc Fellowship, Univ of Edinburgh

An advanced fellowship (fixed term, 3 years) postdoctoral appointment
is available under the Centre for Numerical Algorithms and Intelligent
Software (NAIS) at the University of Edinburgh. NAIS is a
collaborative project aiming to bridge the gap between numerical
analysts, computer scientists and HPC software developers to develop
new algorithms and software to tackle increasingly complex scientific
challenges. You are expected to undertake a programme of independent
research within the context of EPCC core research areas, such as
computational simulation through HPC, HPC software and systems,
algorithms and programming models for large scale HPC resources, and
the next generation of computational resources. The research should
have a strong inter-disciplinary bias, working in partnership with,
for example, application scientists, numerical analysts, and computer

Further details at:


From: Luis Felipe Feres Pereira <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 08:28:55 -0600
Subject: Postdoc Position, Univ of Wyoming

An opening for a Postdoctoral Associate is available in the Department
of Mathematics, University of Wyoming. The successful candidate will
work in the research group of Professors F. Furtado, V. Ginting and
F. Pereira and the focus of this position will be research on
mathematical and computational modeling aspects of uncertainty
quantification of carbon geological sequestration (A summary of some
of ongoing research projects can be found at: .

This position is intended for an applied mathematician interested in
scientific computing or for a mathematically-minded
engineering/physics person with a solid background in scientific
computing. A good working experience in object oriented C++
programming is required and experience with GPU programming is an
added plus. This research project will involve close collaboration
with colleagues from the Department of Chemical and Petroleum
Engineering. The start date is immediate and the duration of the
position will be initially one year, with extension for a second year
contingent on satisfactory performance. We offer a competitive salary
and a good package of benefits.

Applicants should provide a vita and at least three letters of
recommendation to be sent to:

Mr. A. Terry Shearin, Mathematics Department
Dept. 3036, 1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone # 766-4222, Fax# 766-6838,

The University of Wyoming is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity
and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.


From: Communications in Math Sciences <>
Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2012 17:44:54 -0500
Subject: Contents, Commun Math Sci, 10(3)

Communications in Mathematical Sciences (CMS)
Vol 10, No. 3, 2012
Table of Contents

Full articles are online at

* Long-time dynamics of a coupled Cahn-Hilliard-Boussinesq system, Kun

* On perturbation of the Kirchhoff operator - analysis and numerical
simulation, M.A. Rincon, M.C.C. Vieira, T.N. Rabello, and
L.A. Medeiros

* Evolution of particle separation in slowly decorrelating velocity
fields, Tomasz Komorowski, Alexei Novikov, and Lenya Ryzhik

* Long-time asymptotics for nonlinear growth-fragmentation equations,
Pierre Gabriel

* Remark on random attractor for a two dimensional incompressible
non-Newtonian fluid with multiplicative noise, Chunxiao Guo and
Boling Guo

* Heat-conducting viscous fluids over porous media, Luisa Consiglieri

* Shock dynamics in layered periodic media, David I. Ketcheson and
Randall J. LeVeque

* A two time-scale model for tidal bed-load transport, Stephane
Cordier, Carine Lucas, and Jean de Dieu Zabsonre

* Discrete transparent boundary conditions for the Schr?dinger
equation on circular domains, Anton Arnold, Matthias Ehrhardt, Maike
Schulte, and Ivan Sofronov

* Existence and computation of periodic travelling-wave solutions of a
dispersive system, Juan Carlos Munoz Grajales

* Multiscale tailored finite point method for second order elliptic
equations with rough or highly oscillatory coefficients, Houde Han
and Zhiwen Zhang

* Persistence and extinction of a non-autonomous logistic model with
random perturbations, Meng Liu and Ke Wang

* A fast spectral algorithm for the quantum Boltzmann collision
operator, Jingwei Hu and Lexing Ying

* Approximating selected non-dominant timescales by Markov State
Models, Marco Sarich and Christof Schutte

* Wilton ripples in weakly nonlinear model equations, Benjamin
F. Akers and Wenxuan Gao


From: Choi-Hong Lai <>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 10:02:48 -0400
Subject: Contents, J Algorithms and Computational Tech, 6(1)

Journal of Algorithms & Computational Technology
Multi-Science Publishing
ISSN 1748-3018

Volume 6 · Number 1

Large-scale Parallel Simulation of High-dimensional American Option
Pricing, Chang Hong-xu, Lu Zhong-hua and Chi Xue-bin, 1-16

Fast Signature Scheme for Network Coding, Mingxi Yang, Wenjie Yan and
Huajing Fang,17-34

On a Modified Diffusion Model for Noise Removal, X. Y. Liu, C.-H. Lai,
K. A. Pericleous and M. Q. Wang, 35-58

Feature Selection for Predicting Building Energy Consumption Based on
Statistical Learning Method, Hai-xiang Zhao and Frédéric

A Continuous Formulation of A(&#945;)-Stable Second Derivative Linear
Multistep Methods for Stiff IVPs in ODEs, R. I. Okuonghae and
M. N. O. Ikhile, 79-100

Parallel Randomized Quasi-Monte Carlo Simulation for Asian Basket
Option Pricing, Yong-hong Hu and Da-qian Chen, 101-112

The Centrifugal Instability of a Slender Rotating Cone, Z. Hussain,
S. O. Stephen and S. J. Garrett, 113-128

Investigation of Instabilities Arising with Non-Orthogonal Meshes Used
in Cell Centred Elliptic Finite Volume Computations, Gerard S B Lebon,
Mayur K Patel and Koulis A Pericleous, 129-152

Use of a Static Magnetic Field in Measuring the Thermal Conductivity
of a Levitated Molten Droplet, A. A. Roy, S. Easter, V. Bojarevics and
K. Pericleous, 153-172

A Numerical Model Coupling Thermoelectricity, Magnetohydrodynamics and
Dendritic Growth, A. Kao and K. Pericleous, 173-202

Zonal Method for Simultaneous Definition of Block-Structured Geometry
and Mesh, Georgi S. Djambazov, 203-213


From: Claude Brezinski <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 11:21:34 +0200
Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 60(1)

Table of contents for Numerical Algorithms, Volume 60, Number 1.

Explicit Nordsieck methods with quadratic stability, Angelamaria
Cardone, Zdzislaw Jackiewicz

Multistep Hermite collocation methods for solving Volterra Integral
Equations, Somayyeh Fazeli, Gholamreza Hojjati, Sedaghat Shahmorad

Asymptotic properties of Laguerre–Sobolev type orthogonal polynomials,
Herbert Duenas, Edmundo J. Huertas, Francisco Marcellan

Stabilized finite element method for the viscoelastic Oldroyd fluid
flows, Kun Wang, Zhiyong Si, Yanfang Yang

An algorithm for solving linear Volterra integro-differential
equations, Isabella Cravero, Giovanna Pittaluga, Laura Sacripante

Stability of central finite difference schemes for the Heston PDE,
Karel J. in ’t Hout, Kim Volders

A new general form of conjugate gradient methods with guaranteed
descent and strong global convergence properties, Yang Zhang, Kairong

BTTB preconditioners for BTTB systems, Fu-Rong Lin, Chi-Xi Wang

An improved Newton projection method for nonnegative deblurring of
Poisson-corrupted images with Tikhonov regularization, Germana Landi,
Elena Loli Piccolomini

End of NA Digest