NA Digest Monday, December 17, 2012 Volume 12 : Issue 51

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From: Axel Ruhe <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2012 14:16:04 +0100
Subject: 2012 BIT Carl Eric Fröberg Prize Winner, Sheehan Olver

Sheehan Olver, Sydney Australia, has been awarded the BIT Carl Eric
Fröberg prize 2012 for his paper "Fast numerically stable computation
of oscillatory integrals with stationary points", BIT 50(2010),
pp. 149-171.

The prize is named after Carl-Eric Fröberg, the founder of the journal
BIT. Since 1988 it is given every other year to a young author of a
paper published in the two latest volumes of BIT Numerical
Mathematics. See the journal home page:


From: Marko Lange <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 10:42:34 +0100
Subject: Second release of VSDP, Verified SemiDefinite Programming

We are happy to announce the second release of VSDP (Version 2012).

VSDP is a software package that is designed for the computation of
verified results in conic programming. The current version of VSDP
supports the constraint cone consisting of the product of semidefinite
cones, second-order cones and the nonnegative orthant.

It provides functions for computing rigorous error bounds of the true
optimal value, verified enclosures of epsilon-optimal solutions, and
verified certificates of infeasibility. All rounding errors due to
floating point arithmetic are taken into account.

VSDP is completely written in MATLAB. It uses INTLAB, and thus
interval input data are supported as well. Via its interface, VSDP
provides an easy access to the conic solvers CSDP, SeDuMi, SDPA,
SDPT3, as well as LPSOLVE and LINPROG.

In the User's Guide we also present detailed numerical results for the
NETLIB LP library, SDPLIB, DIMACS and Kocvara's test library for
problems from structural optimization. Many of these test problems are
challenging real-world problems of large scale.

The software and the manual can be downloaded from


From: Mike Heroux <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 17:35:36 -0500
Subject: Mantevo Suite 1.0 Release Announcement

The first official release of the Mantevo suite of mini applications
and mini drivers is available for download.

Mantevo packages are small programs that embody one or more
performance impacting elements of large-scale production applications.
A number of Mantevo packages have already been successfully used as
part of the "co-design" of new computer systems and applications
during this time of rapid transition to scalable multicore and
accelerator based computer systems.

Mantevo Suite Release 1.0 includes eight packages, including seven
Miniapplications: CloverLeaf, CoMD, HPCCG, MiniFE, MiniGhost, MiniMD,
and MiniXyce, and one Minidriver: EpetraBenchmarkTest.

For more information, or to download these packages, visit the
following links.

Mantevo website:
Mantevo Suite 1.0 download:

On behalf of the entire Mantevo project team at SNL, LANL, LLNL, AWE,
Nvidia, Intel and AMD,

Mike Heroux
Richard Barrett
Jim Willenbring


From: Siegfried M. Rump <>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2012 08:01:45 -0500
Subject: Version 7 of INTLAB, toolbox for reliable computing

Version 7 of INTLAB, the Matlab toolbox for numerical algorithms with
result verification is available at

INTLAB comprises of self-validating methods for

- dense linear systems (also inner inclusions and structured matrices)
- sparse s.p.d. linear systems
- systems of nonlinear equations (including unconstrained
- roots of univariate and multivariate nonlinear equations (simple and
- eigenvalue problems (simple and clusters, also inner inclusions and
structured matrices)
- generalized eigenvalue problems (simple and clusters)
- quadrature for univariate functions
- univariate polynomial zeros (simple and clusters)
and more.

INTLAB is based on interval arithmetic for real and complex data
including standard functions, automatic differentiation in forward
mode for gradients, Hessians, Taylor series, slopes and more.

Some demos, in particular for larger problems, can be found at



From: "Payton, Jamie" <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 14:29:00 +0000
Subject: PerCom'13 PhD Forum, USA, Mar 2013

The Submission Date has been extended to December 17, 2012

PhD Forum: The Sixth Annual Ph.D. Forum on Pervasive Computing and

The Ph.D. Forum will provide an opportunity for Ph.D. students to
present their dissertation research, including work in progress, to
the pervasive computing and communication community. The Forum will be
organized as a combined one-day workshop prior to the PerCom
conference and a poster session during the main conference to
encourage interaction between Ph.D. students and researchers from
academia, industry, and government.


Paper Submission Deadline: December 17, 2012
(Paper Registration: December 17, 2012)


From: Peter Bastian <>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2012 07:59:11 +0100
Subject: DUNE PDELab Spring Course, Germany, Mar 2013

DUNE PDELab Spring Course, Heidelberg (Germany), March 11-15, 2013

The Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment (DUNE) is a software
framework for the numerical solution of partial differential equations
with grid-based methods. Using generic programming techniques it
strives for both high flexibility (efficiency of the programmer) and
high performance (efficiency of the program). DUNE provides, among
other things, a large variety of local mesh refinement techniques, a
scalable parallel programming model, an ample collection of finite
element methods and efficient linear solvers.

This one week course will provide an introduction to the most
important DUNE modules and the PDELab finite element framework based
on DUNE. At the end the attendees will have a solid knowledge of the
simulation workflow from mesh generation and implementation of finite
element and finite volume methods to visualization of the
results. Successful participation requires knowledge of
object-oriented programming using C++ including generic programming
with templates. A solid background on numerical methods for the
solution of PDEs is expected.

Registration deadline: Sunday February 24 2013
Dates: March 11 2013 - March 15 2013

Course venue: Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing
University of Heidelberg, Im Neuenheimer Feld 350/368 69120
Heidelberg, Germany

For registration and further information see


From: "Annette Anthony" <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2012 16:56:59 -0700
Subject: Copper Mountain Conf on Multigrid Methods, USA, Mar 2013

The Sixteenth Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods
March 17 - 22, 2013
Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA

Student Competition Papers: January 1, 2013
Author Abstracts: January 1, 2013
Early Registration: January 15, 2013
Guaranteed Lodging: February 13, 2013

HIGHLIGHTED TOPICS: Stochastic PDEs and Uncertainty Quantification;
Large Graphs, Page Rank and Markov Chains; Multigrid and Other
Iterative Schemes on GPU & Multicore Architectures; Inverse Problems
and Regularization; Optimization; Nonlinear Solution Methods;
Multigrid All-At-Once and Block Approaches to PDE Systems; Constrained
Problems for PDEs; Nonsymmetric and Indefinite Problems; Krylov
Accelerators; Hybrid Direct-Iterative Linear Solvers; Iterative
Methods in Applications (e.g., Electromagnetics, Energy,
Environmental, MHD, Neutronics, Transport/Reaction)

Student Paper Competition. Travel and lodging assistance will be
awarded to students and new PhDs judged to have submitted the best
research papers.
Workshops: Informal Topical Discussions
Multigrid Tutorials



From: Alexander Ostermann <>
Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2012 22:27:17 +0100
Subject: Encounters 2013, Hungary, May 2013

We are happy to announce the workshop
Encounters Between Discrete and Continuous Mathematics
that will take place from 21 to 24 May 2013 in Budapest, Hungary.

The workshop covers evolution equations, dynamical networks, numerical
analysis and ergodic theory. Its goal is to bring together researchers
and PhD students from different fields and to stimulate new

There will be special sessions devoted to operator semigroups and
evolution equations; time integration of partial and delay
differential equations; dynamic processes on networks.

The invited speakers are: Wolfgang Arendt, Ulm; Etienne Emmrich,
Berlin; Laszlo Erdos, Munich; Sergey Korotov, Bilbao; Laszlo
Szekelyhidi, Leipzig; Gerald Teschl, Vienna; Vincenzo Vespri,
Florence; Zahari Zlatev, Roskilde

For early bird registration and further information, see

Please note that the number of participants is limited.


From: Arjan Kuijper <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2012 07:19:51 +0100
Subject: Deadline extended, SSVM, Austria, Jun 2013

SSVM 2013, June 2nd - June 6th 2013
Schloss Seggau, Austria

Due to multiple requests from prospective authors, the deadline for
paper submissions is extended from Monday 17 December 2012 to Monday 7
January 2013.

We invite you to participate in the Fourth International Conference on
Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision (SSVM). The
conference will be held at the Schloss Seggau, Graz region, Austria,
June 2nd - June 6th 2013.

Keynote Speakers: Tony Lindeberg, Gabriel Peyré, Martin Rumpf

The submission page for the conference has opened. Please visit .

Typical conference topics cover Image analysis; Scale space methods;
Level set methods; PDEs in image processing; restoration and
reconstruction; Inverse problems in imaging; Compressed sensing;
Stereo reconstruction; Shape from X; Multi-Orientation Analysis;
Perceptual grouping; Multi-scale shape analysis; Implicit surfaces;
Wavelets and Image decompositions; Inpainting; Registration; Medical
and other Applications; Surface modeling; 3D vision; Optical flow;
Tracking; Motion estimation; Segmentation; Denoising; Enhancement;
Cross-scale structure; Sub-Riemannian geometry; Feature analysis;
Selection of salient scales; Differential geometry and Invariants;
Mathematics of novel imaging methods


From: Jan S Hesthaven <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 17:29:37 -0500
Subject: Symposium on FPDE's, USA, Jun 2013

We are pleased to announce that the International Symposium on
Fractional PDE's: Theory, Numerics, and Applications will take place
on June 3-5, 2013 at the Salve Regina University, Newport, RI.

Fractional Partial Differential Equations (FPDEs) are emerging as a
powerful tool for modeling some of the most difficult types of complex
systems, i.e., systems with overlapping microscopic and macroscopic
scales, and systems with long-range time memory or long-range spatial
interactions. They offer a new way of accessing the mesoscale using
the continuum formulation and hence extending the continuum
description for multiscale modeling of viscoelastic materials, control
of autonomous vehicles, transitional and turbulent flows, wave
propagation in porous media, electric transmission lines, and speech

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together leaders in the
theory, numerical methods, and advanced applications of FPDEs to
highlight the current state of this important topic and point forward
to new developments.

A tentative list of speakers include D. Baleanu, K. Burrage, W. Chen,
Y. Chen, W. Deng, K. Diethelm, R. Gorenflo, E. Hanert, B. Henry,
S. Holm, F. Liu, F. Mainardi, W. McLean, M. Meerschaert, S. Momani,
M. Moradi, I. Podlubny, A. Sikorskii, Z.-Z. Sun, H. Wang, B. West,
S. Yuste

For more information, please visit


Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2012 11:47:18 +0100
Subject: Extended Deadline, iWAPT 2013, Spain, June 2013

Important: submission deadline extended to January 15, 2013

The 8th International Workshop on Automatic Performance Tuning

One day in the time frame of
June 5 - June 7, 2013 in Barcelona, Spain

The iWAPT 2013 will be held in conjunction with ICCS 2013.

Important dates
Submissions due: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 (anywhere on Earth)
Notification: Friday, February 15, 2013
Camera-ready: Friday, March 1

Submission site:


From: Bubacarr Bah <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2012 09:16:31 -0500
Subject: Call for Papers, SPARS, Switzerland, Jul 2013

Please join us for SPARS 2013 in Lausanne, Switzerland

The Signal Processing with Adaptive Sparse Structured Representations
(SPARS) workshop seeks novel ideas and results, both experimental and
theoretical, for adaptive sparse representations, sampling and
computational methods for high-dimensional data that feature
structured combinatorial and geometric foundations.

SPARS 2013 will take place at EPFL from July 8 to July 11, 2013. In
addition to 8 plenary lectures and a special lecture by Ronald DeVore,
the workshop features a single track format with 36 standard (20min)
talks, 3 highlight (30min) talks, and a poster and demo session.

This year, we specifically welcome abstract submissions for
demonstrations of the mathematical topics within our scope.

Contributions are solicited in the following areas: Sparse coding and
representations, vector quantization, and dictionary learning; Sparse
and low-rank approximation algorithms: performance and complexity
analysis, new methodologies; Compressive sensing and learning: new
theory and methods; Feature extraction, classification, detection, and
source separation; Sparsity measures in approximation theory,
information theory and statistics; Big data applications including but
not limited to geophysics, neuroscience, biomedical imaging, array
processing, genetics, optics and radar, and feedback control

Detailed information on paper submission, technical program, plenary
lectures, travel, social programs, and travel grants are available on
the SPARS 2013 website (


From: "Pinar, Ali" <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 22:06:51 +0000
Subject: SIAM Workshop on Network Science, USA, Jul 2013

SIAM Workshop on Network science will be held in San Diego, July 7-8,
2013 (co-located with the SIAM Annual Meeting). The goal of the
workshop is to build a community around mathematical and computational
aspects of network science.

Detailed information about the workshop is available at

We invite you to participate and ask you to share with your colleagues
who may be interested in workshop.

Ali Pinar and Madhav Marathe


From: "Frank E. Curtis" <>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2012 20:33:06 -0500
Subject: MOPTA Conference, USA, Aug 2013

Call for sessions, talks, and posters
MOPTA Conference, Lehigh University, August 14-16, 2013

The thirteenth annual Modeling and OPtimization: Theory and
Applications (MOPTA) Conference will be held at Lehigh University,
Bethlehem, PA, USA, on August 14-16 (Wednesday to Friday), 2013.

Confirmed plenary speakers (so far): Brian Denton (University of
Michigan); Omar Ghattas (University of Texas at Austin); Ignacio
Grossmann (Carnegie Mellon University); Zhi-Quan (Tom) Luo (University
of Minnesota); Jorge Nocedal (Northwestern University)

This is an invitation for session organizers, contributed talks, and
posters. If interested, then please contact: Frank E. Curtis

Current program:

MOPTA aims at bringing together a diverse group of people from both
discrete and continuous optimization, working on both theoretical and
applied aspects. There will be a small number of invited plenary
talks from distinguished speakers as well as organized sessions and
contributed talks, spread over three days. Our target is to provide a
diverse set of exciting new developments from different areas of
optimization research while at the same time providing a setting which
will allow increased interaction among the participants. We aim to
bring together researchers from both the theoretical and applied
communities in the framework of a medium-scale event who do not
usually have the chance to interact in larger meetings.


From: RenatoArajoSoeiro <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 20:25:26 +0000
Subject: CIM Conferences/Schools, Math of Planet Earth, Portugal, 2013

The International Center of Mathematics CIM is a partner institution
of the International Program Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 (MPE
2013). CIM plans to organize and support several activities in the
scope of International Program Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 (MPE

To this extent, CIM is organizing the following CIM International
Conferences Planet Earth:

MECC 2013 - International Conference Planet Earth, Mathematics of
Energy and Climate Change, 25-27 March 2013.

DGS 2013 - International Conference Planet Earth, Dynamics, Games and
Science, 2-4 September 2013.

Furthermore, CIM is organizing the following CIM Advanced Schools
Planet Earth just before and after the corresponding International

School MECC 2013 - Advanced School Planet Earth, Mathematics of Energy
and Climate Change, 18-23 March and 27-28 March 2013

School DGS 2013 - Advanced School Planet Earth, Dynamics, Games and
Science, 26-31 August and 5-7 September 2013.

The first two volumes of the CIM Series in Mathematical Sciences
published by Springer-Verlag will consist of selected works presented
in the conferences Mathematics of Planet Earth (CIM-MPE). The editors
of these first two volumes are Jean Pierre Bourguignon, Rolf Jeltsch,
Alberto Pinto and Marcelo Viana.


From: "Lee, Namyong" <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2012 05:43:53 +0000
Subject: Faculty Position, Tenure-Track, Stochastic Processes

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Assistant Professor of Mathematics position (tenure-track) in the
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Minnesota State University,
Mankato. Applicants need to have an earned doctorate in mathematics
with emphasis in stochastic processes. Applicants with interest in
developing curriculum in probability theory, stochastic processes, and
its applications in financial mathematics, industrial and engineering
mathematics, or mathematical biology are strongly encouraged to
apply. Applicants also need to demonstrate excellence in teaching,
research, and superior communication skills.

For more information and online application, go to AA/EOE and a
member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System.


From: "Kathleen R. Fowler - kfowler" <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 20:17:22 +0000
Subject: Tenure-Track Position, Applied Math, Clarkson Univ

Clarkson University Department of Mathematics
(<>) invites
applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in
applied mathematics starting in August 2013.

We are especially interested in candidates with expertise in
computational areas of applied mathematics, including statistics or
dynamical systems, but all areas of applied mathematics will be
considered. Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate and
graduate level mathematics courses, and directing graduate students.
Minimum requirements are a Ph.D. in mathematics by the date of
appointment, demonstrated excellence in both research potential and
teaching ability, and fluency in English. In addition, the candidate
should be able to interact with other faculty in the department and
the university.

Applications including vita and three reference letters should be
submitted to Completed
applications will be reviewed starting immediately. Women and
minorities are urged to apply. Clarkson University is an AA/EOE
Employer. (Pos. #312)


From: Ken McKinnon <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2012 10:32:56 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: Salary Correction: Lectureship Position, Oper Res, Edinburgh Univ

University of Edinburgh, School of Mathematics

Correction on salary:

The School of Mathematics invites applications from highly qualified
candidates for a temporary 2.5-year lectureship in operational
research. The position is available from 1 April 2013 or at another
date by mutual agreement.

Annual salary: 37,012 - 44,166 pounds (Lecturer, grade EU08).

See NA digenst Mon 10th Dec for details and following link:


From: Ainara Gonzalez <>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 04:02:15 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Fellowship Position, Stochastic Networks, BCAM

BCAM – Basque Center for Applied Mathematics has opened an
International Call offering a position for Postdoctoral Fellows in the
area of Stochastic Networks, within Networks group and funded by
SAIOTEK program (Basque Government).

Applications must be submitted on-line at:

Deadline for submission: January 7th 2013

We kindly ask you to distribute this call among colleagues and
potential candidates. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any
additional information:


From: "Fran Moshiri" <>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 10:42:44 -0600
Subject: Postdoc Instructorship Positions, Rice Univ

Postdoctoral Instructorships
Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
Rice University

The Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics,, invites applications for two Pfeiffer Postdoctoral
Instructorships. All postdoctoral instructors in the Department are
appointed for two academic years, with possible extension for a third
year. The term of appointment may begin at any time after July 1,
2013. Candidates should have a recent PhD in Applied Mathematics and
have demonstrated potential for excellence in both research and

Instructors teach one lecture course each semester, and conduct
research in collaboration with a faculty mentor. The Pfeiffer
Instructorships honor Professor Paul Pfeiffer (1917-2012), a founding
member of the department.

Rice University is a private research university with a long tradition
of excellence in undergraduate and graduate science and engineering
education. The Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
offers an outstanding research environment and hosts research programs
in optimization, numerical linear algebra, control and inverse
problems, mathematical biology, partial differential equations, and
scientific computing. Interdisciplinary work is a fundamental aspect
of the Department's program. The research interests of the Pfeiffer
Postdoctoral Instructors should align with the research programs of
the Department.

Applications consisting of a letter of application, current vita, and
descriptions of research plans and teaching experience to 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 website.

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

Staffing Committee - Postdoctoral Instructorships
Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics (CAAM)
Rice University
6100 Main Street, MS-134
Houston Texas 77005-1892


To receive full consideration the complete application must be
received by February 1, 2013, but the committee will continue to
accept applications until the positions are filled.


From: Carlos Jerez-Hanckes <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 11:45:06 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Position, Comp Electromagnetism, PUC Chile

The School of Electrical Engineering of Catholic University of Chile
(UC), together with the Center for Astro-Engineering UC and Nimbic,
Inc., offer a full postdoctoral position to join the Group of
ElectroMagnetic Modeling (ModEM) in the framework of the project
“Quasi-Optical Systems for Sub-mm Astronomy” in Santiago, Chile.

The purpose of the project is to derive novel formulations for high
frequency EM scattering on multiple scales and will be supervised by
Professors Dr Carlos Jerez-Hanckes (Mathematical & Electrical
Engineering) and Dr. Rolando Dunner (Astronomy Department). The
scholarship is funded by Nimbic, Inc.,, a Silicon
Valley based company developing EM compatibility software using cloud

The position is limited to 2 years after a three-months period of
probation. The holder will be a regular UC staff and receive a gross
salary of roughly 3000 USD / month.

Application deadline: January 31, 2013

For further details please send your CV, two letter of recommendation
and contact details to


From: Dalibor Lukas <>
Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2012 16:52:04 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Positions, TU Ostrava

There is a call for postdoc positions within a recently established
Center of Excellence "IT for Innovations" at the VSB-Technical
University of Ostrava, Czech Republic. In particular, I search for a
candidate who will be concerned with development, analysis and
implementation of parallel computational methods for homogenization of
the Helmholtz and Maxwell equations in 3 dimensions. The methods under
consideration will mostly rely on boundary element discretizations and
domain decomposition techniques. They will be validated by solution to
engineering problems. A successfully finished Ph.D. study in
mathematics, computational physics or engineering with a focus on
numerical solution to boundary value problems for partial differential
equations is required.

Applications can be submitted by January 7, 2013. Please, visit for further details
and instructions. Those interested in the position described above are
welcome to discuss scientific details via email to:

Dalibor Lukas
IT for Innovations, senior researcher


From: Ainara Gonzalez <>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 04:05:03 -0500
Subject: Two Positions, CFD Research Group, BCAM

BCAM – Basque Center for Applied Mathematics has opened an
International Call offering two positions within BCAM-BALTOGAR
Research Project funded by Biscay Regional Council (BFA/DFB). A
Postdoctoral Fellow and a C++ Programmer for Computational Fluids
Dynamics group are required.

Applications must be submitted on-line at:

Deadline for submission: January 15th 2013

We kindly ask you to distribute this call among colleagues and
potential candidates. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any
additional information:


From: Per Christian Hansen <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 12:09:23 -0500
Subject: PhD Position, Technical Univ of Denmark

A PhD position is available at DTU Informatics, Technical University
of Denmark, starting March 1, 2012. It is funded by the ERC project
“High-Definition Tomography” headed by Professor Per Christian Hansen;
for more information about this project, see:

Title of PhD project: Prior Information in Inverse Boundary Problems

This PhD project aims at developing the theoretical foundation for
incorporating prior information in reconstruction algorithms for
inverse boundary value problems, and implementing the algorithms
numerically. As a model problem we will consider the 3D Calderón
problem with full and partial boundary data. The candidate must have a
strong background in applied mathematical analysis and numerical
computations. For more details about the PhD position, see:

Applications must be written in English and submitted online via the
above home page by January 15, 2013.

Professor Per Christian Hansen, DTU Informatics
Tel +45


From: Anna-Ulla Gardiner <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 16:17:38 +0000
Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 26(1)

Volume 26, Issue 1, January 2013

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

Pages: R1--68, 1--318

Climate science in the tropics: waves, vortices and PDEs, Boualem
Khouider, Andrew J Majda and Samuel N Stechmann

Abundance of attracting, repelling and elliptic periodic orbits in
two-dimensional reversible maps, A Delshams, S V Gonchenko, V S
Gonchenko, J T L\'azaro and O Sten'kin

Quantum ergodicity for restrictions to hypersurfaces, Semyon Dyatlov
and Maciej Zworski

Convective combustion in porous media: singular limit of high
activation energy, Peter V Gordon and Georg S Weiss

On the hyperbolicity of minimizers for 1D random Lagrangian systems,
Alexandre Boritchev and Konstantin Khanin

A study of blow-ups in the Keller--Segel model of chemotaxis, Ibrahim

Integrability conditions at order 2 for homogeneous potentials of
degree $-$1, Thierry Combot

Existence, uniqueness, monotonicity and asymptotic behaviour of
travelling waves for epidemic models, Cheng-Hsiung Hsu and Tzi-Sheng

Boundary driven Kawasaki process with long-range interaction:
dynamical large deviations and steady states, Mustapha Mourragui and
Enza Orlandi

Clustering of periodic orbits in chaotic systems, Boris Gutkin and
Vladimir Al Osipov

Physics constrained nonlinear regression models for time series,
Andrew J Majda and John Harlim

Regularity criteria for incompressible magnetohydrodynamics equations
in three dimensions, Hongxia Lin and Lili Du

Topological pressure of simultaneous level sets, Vaughn Climenhaga

Exponential speed of mixing for skew-products with singularities, R
Markarian, M J Pacifico and J L Vieitez

A geometric measure-type regularity criterion for solutions to the 3D
Navier--Stokes equations, Z Gruji\'c

A Liv\v sic type theorem for germs of analytic diffeomorphisms,
Andr\'es Navas and Mario Ponce

Open circle maps: small hole asymptotics, Carl Dettmann


From: Mike Heroux <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 17:32:20 -0500
Subject: Contents, ACM Trans on Mathematical Software (TOMS), 39(1)

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS)
Volume 39 Issue 1, November 2012

Table of Contents

Graph-Based Software Design for Managing Complexity and Enabling
Concurrency in Multiphysics PDE Software, Patrick K. Notz, Roger
P. Pawlowski, James C. Sutherland

Families of Algorithms for Reducing a Matrix to Condensed Form, Field
G. Van Zee, Robert A. van de Geijn, Gregorio Quintana-Ortí, G. Joseph

PyDEC: Software and Algorithms for Discretization of Exterior
Calculus, Nathan Bell, Anil N. Hirani

Computing the Crosscap Number of a Knot Using Integer Programming and
Normal Surfaces, Benjamin A. Burton, Melih Ozlen

Algorithm 924: TIDES, a Taylor Series Integrator for Differential
EquationS, Alberto Abad, Roberto Barrio, Fernando Blesa, Marcos

Algorithm 925: Parallel Solver for Semidefinite Programming Problem
having Sparse Schur Complement Matrix, Makoto Yamashita, Katsuki
Fujisawa, Mituhiro Fukuda, Kazuhide Nakata, Maho Nakata

End of NA Digest