NA Digest Monday, November 19, 2012 Volume 12 : Issue 47

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From: Elizabeth Loew <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 13:47:10 -0500
Subject: Springer Book Archive

The Springer Book Archives (SBA) project is an effort to breathe new
life into older books published between 1842 and 2005 by making them
available electronically and, if appropriate, in print. Many of these
titles are currently out-of-print.

SBA books will thus be preserved for future generations of scientists
and need never go ‘out-of-print’ again. Authors will have free access
to their electronic version. They will receive royalties on both print
and electronic sales.

If you were the author of a Springer or Birkhaeuser book published
earlier than 2005, and have NOT already been contacted by Springer in
this connection by email, please visit the page and let us know about it. If you
know someone who is potentially concerned , for instance a retired
colleague or even the family of a deceased colleague, please alert
them to this and ask them to contact us via

Elizabeth Loew
Senior editor, Mathematics


From: Anton Shterenlikht <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 11:04:08 -0500
Subject: Looking for users of SLATEC Common Math Library

I'm looking for users, maintainers or developers of SLATEC Common
Mathematical Library, .

The library is written in Fortran 77, apparently last updated in 1993.
Yet I still find SLATEC library useful in my work because
(a) I need to code in Fortran to integrate my work with existing
Fortran codes,
(b) the library is free and very portable,
(c) the library is relatively well documented and
(d) it has a very large collection of useful routines, including
non-linear minimisation.

I want to apply for funds to parallelise the library and update it to
Fortran 2008 standard, including the use of co-arrays, where
applicable. The documentation and the verification programs will be
updated accordingly. This will increase the performance of the
library and ensure its usefulness for the future.

If you use SLATEC library, I'd like to hear from you. Will this work
be useful to you? What specific improvements would you like to see?

If you use other free Fortran non-linear minimisation codes, and you
think they are superior to SLATEC, I'd like to hear from you.

It seems SLATEC library is no longer maintained or developed by
anybody. If this is not so, and you are aware of the ongoing
maintenance or development efforts, I'd like to hear from you too.


From: "R. Bradley Shumbera, Ph.D." <>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 14:13:16 -0500
Subject: Num Meth for PDEs, Raytcho Lazarov Birthday, USA. Jan 2013

The purpose of this workshop is to gather friends, colleagues, and
collaborators of Raytcho Lazarov in occasion of his 70th birthday. It
will be held on January 25th and 26th 2013 at Texas A&M University in
College Station, Texas, starting Friday morning and ending Saturday
after lunch. This workshop is made possible by the support of Texas
A&M University's Department of Mathematics, College of Science,
Institute for Applied Mathematics and Computational Science, and
Institute for Scientific Computation.

Attendance at the workshop is free-of-charge but there is a fee for
attending the Friday celebration dinner. We ask all of the
participants to register online. The deadline to register for the
dinner is January 11, 2013. However, there is a limited number of
dinner reservations available, so early registration is strongly

Information will be provided at
and will be updated frequently.

Please join us as we celebrate our honored colleague.


From: "Laura Martuscelli" <>
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 07:25:45 +0100
Subject: Winter School on Numerical Methods, Italy, Feb 2013

2013 Trento Winter School on Numerical Methods

Registrations are open:

The Trento Winter School on Numerical Methods offers the following two
intensive courses, of two-week duration each:

Hyperbolic Equations and Applications, February 4-15, 2013
Lecturers: Eleuterio Toro, Michael Dumbser

Mathematical Methods for Engineering, February 18 - March 1, 2013
Lecturers: Alberto Valli, Ana Alonso Rodriguez

The courses of the Trento Winter School are concerned with classical
and modern numerical methods for solving non-linear systems of
time-dependent partial differential equations in complex domains using
general meshes. A broad range of methodologies will be studied
including: finite difference; finite volume; boundary element;
continuous finite element; discontinuous Galerkin finite element and
meshless Lagrangian particle methods. The courses are primarily
intended for PhD students, post-doctoral fellows and researchers
interested in, for example, environmental engineering, aerospace
engineering, geophysics, astrophysics, computational fluid mechanics,
industrial mathematics, vascular fluid dynamics, numerical analysis,
applied mathematics, physics and computational science in general. To
provide hands-on experience, the lectures on the theory will be
supplemented with computing-laboratory based tutorials. The courses
are also suitable for senior academics and industrial scientists in
managerial positions interested in assessing new trends in numerical

For further info contact:


From: Cory Hauck <>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 10:11:22 -0500
Subject: SIAM SEAS Annual Meeting, USA, Mar 2013

The 37th annual meeting of the SIAM Southeastern Atlantic Section will
be hosted jointly by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the
University of Tennessee-Knoxville. The meeting will take place March
22-24, 2013, and will contain the usual combination of plenary talks,
mini-symposia sessions, and contributed talks and posters. Plenary
speakers this year are Wilfrid Gangbo (Georgia Tech), Mac Hyman
(Tulane University), Ilse Ipsen (North Carolina State University), and
Suzanne Lenhart (University of Tennessee). More information can be
found at


From: Jerzy Wasniewski <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 07:09:51 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Parallel Processing and Appl Math, Poland, Sep 3013

Warsaw, Poland, September 8-11, 2013

The PPAM 2013 conference, tenth in a series, will cover topics in
parallel and distributed processing, including theory and
applications, as well as applied mathematics. The focus will be on
models, algorithms, and software tools which facilitate efficient and
convenient utilization of modern parallel and distributed computing
architectures, as well as on large-scale applications.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited) to:
Parallel/distributed architectures, enabling technologies ; Cloud
computing ; Multi-core and many-core parallel computing ; GPU
computing ; Heterogeneous/hybrid computing and accelerators ; Cluster
computing ; Parallel/distributed algorithms: numerical and
non-numerical ; Scheduling, mapping, load balancing ; Performance
analysis and prediction ; Performance issues on various types of
parallel systems ; Autotuning: methods, tools, and applications ;
Power and energy aspects of computation ; Parallel/distributed
programming ; Tools and environments for parallel/distributed
computing ; Security and dependability in parallel/distributed
environments ; HPC numerical linear algebra ; HPC methods of solving
differential equations ; Evolutionary computing, meta-heuristics and
neural networks ; HPC interval analysis ; Applied Computing in
mechanics, material processing, biology and medicine, physics,
chemistry, business, environmental modeling, etc. ; Applications of
parallel/distributed computing ; Methods and tools for parallel
solution of large-scale problems ; Large-scale social network analysis

Submission of Papers: April 21, 2013
Notification of Acceptance: May 31, 2013
Camera-Ready Papers: Nov. 15, 2013


From: "Musselman, Sarah Leanne" <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 14:18:28 +0000
Subject: Asst Director Position, CS&E, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Assistant Director, Computational Science & Engineering
College of Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) program at the College
of Engineering seeks applicants for the position of Assistant
Director. The purpose of this position is to steward the CSE research
and educational agenda and programs, while administering the
day-to-day financial, personnel, and space resources for the CSE
Program. The position reports to the Director of CSE and is located
at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus. Please
visit to view the complete position
announcement and application instructions. The closing date for this
position is December 7, 2012. Illinois is an AA-EOE.


From: Ilya Safro <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 17:19:02 -0500
Subject: Faculty Position, Computer Science, Clemson Univ

The Division of Computer Science in the School of Computing at Clemson
University invites applicants for tenure-track faculty positions at
the rank of Assistant Professor. Persons with exceptional
qualifications may be considered at a higher rank. We are especially
interested in persons specializing in networking, cloud computing, and
security, although highly qualified candidates in all areas that meet
our goals of growing collaborative and multi-disciplinary research
will also be considered, especially those complementary to our areas
of current research strength in data-intensive and scientific
computing, networking and sensor networks, and software engineering.

The School of Computing has 42 faculty members, more than 400
undergraduate majors, and over 200 graduate students collectively
across its three divisions: Computer Science, Visual Computing, and
Human-Centered Computing. The School offers B.A., B.S., M.S., and
Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science, a Ph.D. degree in Human Centered
Computing, an M.F.A. degree in Digital Production Arts, a B.S. degree
in Computer and Information Science, and an interdisciplinary program
in Systems Engineering. For additional details, please see

Clemson University is located in Clemson, South Carolina, a small
college town on beautiful Lake Hartwell at the foothills of the Blue
Ridge Mountains, conveniently situated within a two-hour drive from
both Atlanta and Charlotte. Clemson is the land grant university of
South Carolina and has an enrollment of approximately
20,000. U.S. News & World Report has ranked Clemson in the Top 25
nationally among public universities for the past four years, and
Clemson ranks number 8 among U.S. public universities in
supercomputing. Clemson is entering a period of exciting change and
anticipates growing the faculty significantly over the next five years
in a number of strategic growth areas, including applied ecology,
environmental, and geosciences, applications of medicine and health
IT, and collaborative research with industrial partners in South
Carolina’s manufacturing industry, including the automotive
industry. Demonstrated interest and background in these areas will
also be considered as part of this search.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related
discipline. Electronic applications, including names of three
references, a teaching statement, and a research statement explaining
relevance to the search focus, should be sent to as a single PDF attachment. Links to
papers and demonstration videos are encouraged. We will begin
accepting and reviewing applications immediately. All application
materials received by January 31, 2013 will be given guaranteed
consideration; however, the search will continue until a suitable
candidate is found.


From: "Fran Moshiri" <>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 13:13:24 -0600
Subject: Tenure-Track Position, Rice Univ

Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics (CAAM)
Rice University

The Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
( invites applications for a tenure track
professorship beginning July 1, 2013. Candidates at the assistant
professor level are preferred, although outstanding candidates at all
levels will be considered. The Department offers an outstanding
research environment and hosts research programs in optimization,
numerical linear algebra, control and inverse problems, partial
differential equations, and scientific computing. Interdisciplinary
work is a fundamental aspect of the Department's program.

Preference will be given to candidates who are engaged in
high-performance computing and whose research complements existing
strengths of the Department. Candidates for this position should have
a PhD and have demonstrated potential for excellence in both research
and teaching.

Applications consisting of a letter of application, current curriculum
vitae containing a list of publications, a description of research,
and a statement on teaching should be submitted via the website
www.MathJobs.Org. In addition, candidates should arrange for at least
three letters of recommendations, which may be submitted on the same

Alternatively, applications and letters of recommendations may be sent
by mail to:

Faculty Search Committee
Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics (CAAM)
Rice University
6100 Main Street, MS-134
Houston, TX 77005-1827


To receive full consideration the complete application must be
received by January 11, 2013, but the committee will continue to
accept applications until the position is filled.

Rice University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.


From: Heike Borowski <>
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 15:18:07 +0100
Subject: 2 Asst Professorships Positions, Mathematics, Germany

The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) emerged following the
fusion of the University of Karlsruhe (TH) and the Karlsruhe Research
Centre. A unique institution was thus founded within Germany merging
the missions of a university and the Helmholtz Association research

With 9000 employees and an annual budget of 700 million euro, the KIT
ranks among the largest research and educational institutions
worldwide. Two Assistant professorships (W1 Juniorprofessur) for
“time-dependent partial differential equations” are to be occupied at
the earliest possible date in the Institute for Analysis and Institute
for Applied and Numerical Mathematics of the KIT Department of

We are currently searching for two young research scientists, whose
research field encompasses the analysis and/or numerics of
time-dependent partial differential equations. An interest in the
application to natural scientific or technical questions as well as
the preparedness for interdisciplinary cooperation is welcomed. The
two research scientists are to support the research focus "partial
differential equations".

The W1 professorships are temporary and recruitment is based on
temporary civil servant status. After a four-year period, following
positive evaluation further employment for up to a maximum of six
years is possible. The preconditions for employment are, for example,
excellent scientific achievements as part of an excellent Ph.D, as
well as didactic applicability. § 51 LHG Baden-Württemberg applies.

KIT endeavors to increase the number of female professors and thus
welcomes the application of qualified female scientists. Severely
disabled applicants will be considered with corresponding
qualifications. Please submit your applications – preferably in
electronic form – by 3 January, 2013, to the

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Campus South
Dean of the Department of Mathematics
P.O. Box 6980
76049 Karlsruhe

For further information please contact
Prof. Dr. W. Reichel ( or
Prof. Dr. C. Wieners (


From: Holli Knutson <>
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 11:54:20 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position, Non-Gaussian Data Assim, CIRA, CSU

Postdoctoral Fellow (12-125)

The data assimilation group at the Cooperative Institute for Research
in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University seeks to fill a
postdoctoral fellowship as part of a National Science Foundation (NSF)
award to be located at CIRA in Fort Collins, Colorado. This
Postdoctoral Fellow will investigate the impacts of non-Gaussian
errors in both satellite retrievals and mesoscale data assimilation
systems and test a new non-Gaussian, Bayesian-based system against the
Gaussian approach. Review of applications will begin on December 15,
2012 and may continue until the position is filled. For complete
position description and qualification requirements, visit

Apply electronically by sending a resume, cover letter, and the names
of three references to the attention of Human Resources Manager at the
following e-mail address: Please
put your last name and 12-125 in the subject line of the e-mail.
Colorado State University conducts background checks on all final
candidates. CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer.


From: Stella Cornett <>
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 10:01:05 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Positions and Early Career Awards, MBI

Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) is accepting applications for
Postdoctoral Fellows to start September 2013.

MBI postdoctoral fellows engage in a three-year integrated program of
tutorials, working seminars or journal clubs, and workshops, and in
interactions with their mathematical and bioscience mentors. These
activities are geared toward providing the tools to pursue an
independent research program with an emphasis on collaborative
research in the mathematical biosciences. MBI facilitated activities
are tailored to the needs of each postdoctoral fellow.

Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) is accepting applications for
Early Career Awards for the 2013-2014 emphasis semesters on Ecosystem
Dynamics and Management and Frontiers in Imaging, Mathematics, and the
Life Sciences.

Early Career Awards enable recipients to be in residence at the
Mathematical Biosciences Institute for stays of at least three months
during an emphasis program. Details of the 2013-2014 programs can be
found at

Early Career Awards are aimed at non-tenured scientists who have
continuing employment and who hold a doctorate in any of the
mathematical, statistical and computational sciences, or in any of the
biological, medical, and related sciences.

An Early Career Award will be for a maximum of $7,000 per month of
residency and for a maximum of nine months during the academic
year. The award may be used for salary and benefits, teaching buyouts,
and/or local expenses (restrictions apply).

Applications for an MBI Postdoctoral Fellowship and Early Career Award
should be submitted online at:

Applications for an Early Career Award completed before December 3,
2012 will receive full consideration. Applications for a postdoctoral
fellowship completed before December 13, 2012 will receive full
consideration. The applicant should state the period that he or she
would like to be in residence.

For additional information please contact Rebecca Martin
( or 614-292-3648) or visit


From: Jeff Hittinger <>
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2012 00:38:25 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position, Computing Sciences, LLNL

The Computation Directorate at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
is pleased to announce the creation of a new named postdoctoral
fellowship, the Sidney Fernbach Postdoctoral Fellowship in the
Computing Sciences. This fellowship will be awarded to one
outstanding candidate with exceptional talent, scientific track
record, and potential for significant achievements in computational
mathematics, scientific computing, or computer science. The fellow
will have the freedom to pursue their own research agenda under the
guidance of an LLNL staff scientist who serves as a mentor. The
appointment will be for one year with a possible renewal for a second

Successful candidates will work in a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary
research environment with accomplished researchers and will also have
access to Livermore Computing’s world-class HPC environment. Fellows
will receive a highly competitive salary, moving expenses, and a
professional travel allowance.

The Computation Directorate at LLNL conducts world-class,
collaborative scientific research and development in high performance
computing, computational physics, numerical mathematics, computer
science, and data science. Major research thrust areas include
scalable algorithms and software for linear and nonlinear solvers,
partial differential equations, adaptive mesh refinement, verification
and uncertainty quantification, large-scale data analysis, scientific
visualization, performance tools, programming models, and compiler

Interested applicants can find more information about eligibility,
benefits, and the application process on the Fernbach Fellowship web
page (

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is an equal opportunity
employer with a commitment to workforce diversity.


From: Epenoy Richard <>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 15:03:19 +0000
Subject: Postdoc Position, CNES Toulouse, France

Postdoctoral fellowship in optimal control and space mechanics at CNES
Toulouse, France

A one year (renewable once) PostDoc position will be available from
(earliest) september 2013 at the French space agency (Centre National
d?Etudes Spatiales) in Toulouse, France. The remuneration is 2258 ?
per month before taxes.

The candidate will contribute to the design of low-energy low-thrust
Earth-Moon transfers by using optimal control techniques and dynamical
systems theory.

Requirements: The candidate should hold a PhD in applied mathematics
or in space mechanics and should have an good background in the
dynamics of the n-body problem. Knowledge on optimal control will also
be appreciated.

Working language: French.

Application: The application, containing the candidate's cv and a
description of his/her research interests and achievements should be
sent by email to

Dr. Richard Epenoy
18 avenue Edouard Belin
31401 Toulouse Cedex 9, France

Further enquiries should also be directed to the email address above.

The official application deadline is 31th of March 2013. The
successful candidates might be selected for an interview process in
spring and have to be available for a start between September and
December 2013.


From: Margot Gerritsen <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 23:27:41 -0500
Subject: Graduate Studies, Computational Mathematics, Stanford

The Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME) at
Stanford University invites talented students to apply to its MS or
PhD programs. We are looking for outstanding graduate students with
strong mathematical and computational skills. Our application deadline
is December 4, 2012 for the PhD program and January 8, 2013 for the MS
program. Several fellowships are available for incoming PhD students.

At ICME, we work at the intersection of mathematics, computing and
applications in engineering and the applied sciences. We collaborate
closely with engineers and scientists to develop improved
computational approaches and mathematical models. We help advance many
engineering and scientific fields, such as fluid and solid mechanics,
computer graphics, reservoir modeling, bio-engineering, uncertainty
quantification, stochastics, optimization, and financial mathematics.

We train students and scholars in mathematical modeling, scientific
computing, and advanced computational algorithms. We offer a
comprehensive suite of undergraduate and graduate courses to the
Stanford community in numerical methods, computing and applied
mathematics. For our graduate students we also offer a strong core set
of advanced courses that include theoretical and numerical
differential equations, discrete mathematics, linear and nonlinear
optimization, numerical linear algebra and stochastic methods.

More information about ICME can be found at We
invite you to browse our faculty profiles, student research profiles,
Ph.D. theses database, course offerings, as well as Computational
Consulting, our free advice service for the Stanford research

If you have any questions that are not addressed on our webpages, do
not hesitate to contact ICME director Margot Gerritsen at


From: Choi-Hong Lai <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 12:15:28 +0000
Subject: MSc in Appl Math/Comp Finance, Univ of Greenwich

University of Greenwich MSc programmes in the Department of
Mathematical Sciences, 2013/14

MSc Applicable Mathematics; MSc Computational Finance
These full time 12 months programmes are designed for graduates in
mathematics, engineering, or science with substantial numeracy
background, wishing to pursue careers in modern applications of
mathematics. MSc Applicable Mathematics suits graduates preferring
traditional engineering and science applications. MSc Computational
Finance suits graduates preferring finance, banking, insurance and
service industry. The core philosophy of the programmes is to equip
students through the core course Mathematics and its Applications. In
addition the programmes will equip students with various numerical

The programmes cover relevant mathematical skills and applications,
common courses such as theory and numerical skills across different
applications industries, and professional modules dedicated to each
programme utilising all research expertise within the School. It will
ensure that students have an advanced understanding of both theory and
practice for their selected specialist areas.

Detailed programme description: Online application form: Programme enquiry may be
directed to Prof. C.-H. Lai using


From: Stella Cornett <>
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 10:05:27 -0500
Subject: MBI Summer Undergrad Research Opportunity

2013 Undergraduate Research Program
(May 20 - August 16, 2013)


From: Raimondas Ciegis <>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 16:10:44 +0200 (EET)
Subject: Contents, Math Modelling and Analysis, 15(5)


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

Volume 17, Number 5, November 2012

Ivan Sertakov and Jaan Janno, A Cyclic Algorithm for the Split Common
Fixed Point Problem of Demicontractive Mappings in Hilbert Spaces,

Hamidreza Marasi and Aliasghar Jodayree Akbarfam, Dual Equation and
Inverse Problem for an Indefinite Sturm--Liouville Problem with $m$
Turning Points of Even Order, 618-629

Victor Korzyuk, Nguyen Van Vinh and Nguyen Tuan Minh, Classical
Solution of the Cauchy Problem for Biwave Equation: Application of
Fourier Transform, 630-641

Robert Vrabel, Estimation of Turning Point Location of Convex
Solutions for Nonlinear Second-Order Differential Equations, 642-649

Mario Annunziato, On the Action of a Semi-Markov Process on a System
of Differential Equations, 650-672

K\c{e}stutis Janulis, Antanas Laurin\v{c}ikas, Renata Macaitien\.{e}
and Darius \v{S}iau\v{c}i\={u}nas, Joint Universality of Dirichlet
$L$-Functions and Periodic Hurwitz Zeta-Functions, 673-685

Anar Huseyin and Nesir Huseyin, Precompactness of the Set of
Trajectories of the Controllable System Described by a Nonlinear
Volterra Integral Equation, 686-695

Eero Vainikko and Gennadi Vainikko, Product Quasi-Interpolation in
Logarithmically Singular Integral Equations, 696-714

Luis Barreira, Jaume Llibre and Claudia Valls, Periodic Orbits Near
Equilibria via Averaging Theory of Second Order, 715-731

Andrej Bugajev and Raimondas~\v{C}iegis, Comparison of Adaptive Meshes
for a Singularly Perturbed Reaction--Diffusion Problem, 732-748


From: Axel Ruhe <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 15:53:44 +0100
Subject: Contents, BIT, 52(4)

Volume 52 . Number 4 . December 2012

Editorial, A. Ruhe 797

Eigenvalue enclosures and convergence for the linearized MHD operator,
L. Boulton, M. Strauss, 801

A contribution to the theory and practice of the block Kogbetliantz
method for computing the SVD, Z. Bujanovic', Z. Drmac, 827

A fast numerical solution for the first kind boundary integral
equation for the Helmholtz equation, H. Cai, 851

One-stage exponential integrators for nonlinear Schrödinger equations
over long times, D. Cohen, L. Gauckler, 877

Stable finite difference schemes for the magnetic induction equation
with Hall effect, P. Corti,S. Mishra, 905

Chebyshev interpolation for nonlinear eigenvalue problems, C.
Effenberger, D. Kressner, 933

Curve construction based on five trigonometric blending functions, X.
Han, Y. Zhu, 953

Fully discrete semi-Lagrangian methods for advection of differential
forms, H. Heumann, R. Hiptmair, K. Li, J. Xu, 981

On a new criterion to decide whether a spline space can be used for
design, M.-L. Mazure, 1009

Numerical stability of orthogonalization methods with a non-standard
inner product, M. Rozlozník, M. Tu*ma, A. Smoktunowicz, J. Kopal, 1035

Interval arithmetic over finitely many endpoints, S.M. Rump, 1059


From: <>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 11:59:51 +0700
Subject: Contents, Siberian J of Num Mathematics, 15(4)

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics
Volume 15, No. 4, 2012

For information to contributors and about subscriptions

Antonova T.V., Localization method for lines of discontinuity of noisy
function determination, (in Russian), pp.345-357

Vabishchevich P.N., Vasil'eva M.V., Explicit-implicit schemes for
convection--diffusion--reaction problems, (in Russian), pp.359-369

Egorshin A.O., On counter orthogonalization processes, (in Russian),

Moskalensky E.D., On the evolution of wavefront of a plane wave
passing through an area with heterogeneities, (in Russian), pp.387-392

Penenko A.V., Discrete-analytic schemes for solution of an inverse
coefficient heatconduction problem in layered medium with gradient
methods, (in Russian), pp.393-408

Potapov D.K., On solutions of the Gol'dshtik problem, (in Russian),

Savelev L.Ya., Balakin S.V., Stochastic model of a digit transfer by
computing, (in Russian), pp.417-423

Hou T., Error estimates and superconvergence of semidiscrete mixed
methods for optimal control problems governed by hyperbolic equations,
(in Russian), pp.425-440


From: Brezinski Claude <>
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2012 08:52:02 +0100
Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 61(4)

Table of contents for Numerical Algorithms, Volume 61, Number 4.

A finite difference method for an anomalous sub-diffusion equation,
theory and applications, Kassem Mustapha, Jaafar AlMutawa

Computation of the canonical polynomials and applications to some
optimal control problems, Mohamed K. El-Daou, Khaled M. Al-Hamad

Modified Chebyshev-Halley type method and its variants for computing
multiple roots, Janak Raj Sharma, Rajni Sharma

Parameter-uniform numerical methods for some singularly perturbed
nonlinear initial value problems, Eugene O’Riordan, Jason Quinn

Control of error in the homotopy analysis of semi-linear elliptic
boundary value problems, Robert A. Van Gorder

Reciprocal polynomial extrapolation vs Richardson extrapolation for
singular perturbed boundary problems, Sergio Amat, Sonia Busquier,
María Jose Legaz, Fernando Manzano, Juan Ruiz

Sub-range Jacobi polynomials, Walter Gautschi

Primal-dual interior-point algorithm for semidefinite optimization
based on a new kernel function with trigonometric barrier term,
Behrouz Kheirfam

Coiflet–Galerkin method for solving second order BVPs with variable
coefficients in three dimensions, Hani Akbari, Asghar Kerayechian

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