NA Digest, V. 18, # 43

NA Digest Monday, October 29, 2018 Volume 18 : Issue 43

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From: Field G. Van Zee
Date: October 25, 2018
Subject: BLIS 0.5.0 now available

We are pleased to announce BLIS 0.5.0.

BLIS is a software framework for rapidly instantiating high-
performance BLAS-like dense linear algebra operations. Aside from
being a developer's tool, the framework also allows end-users to build
libraries that implement a superset of the BLAS while also providing a
BLAS compatibility API by default. BLIS is primarily developed and
maintained within the Institute for Computational and Engineering
Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin.

The marquee feature of BLIS 0.5.0 is support for mixed-domain/mixed-
precision (or, more concisely, mixed-datatype) functionality in the
general matrix multiplication (gemm) operation. BLIS now allows users
to compute on matrices A, B, and C where each matrix may be stored in
any of the four traditional floating-point datatypes: single- or
double-precision real or complex. In addition, we allow the caller to
specify a computation precision that is different from the storage
precision of either A or B. This means that 128 datatype combinations
are supported. The mixed-datatype implementation utilizes existing
optimized microkernels, when available, and thus high performance is
mostly preserved. (A modest slowdown is unavoidable in most cases due
to additional typecasting instructions.) This new functionality does
not require any additional workspace, though additional memory may
optionally be used to speed up some cases. Lastly, interfacing to
mixed-datatype gemm is easy thanks to BLIS's object API.

For links to code, documentation, mailing lists, and other
information, please visit the BLIS github website [1].


From: James V. Lambers
Date: October 24, 2018
Subject: New Book, Explorations in Numerical Analysis

Explorations in Numerical Analysis,
by James V. Lambers and Amber C. Sumner.
World Scientific, Singapore, 2018. xvi+676 pp.
ISBN: 978-981-3209-96-1 (hardcover), 978-981-3209-97-8 (paperback)

This textbook introduces advanced undergraduate and early-career
graduate students to the field of numerical analysis. This field
pertains to the design, analysis, and implementation of algorithms for
the approximate solution of mathematical problems that arise in
applications spanning science and engineering, and are not practical
to solve using analytical techniques such as those taught in courses
in calculus, linear algebra or differential equations. Topics covered
include error analysis, computer arithmetic, the solution of systems
of linear equations, least squares problems, eigenvalue problems,
polynomial interpolation and approximation, numerical differentiation
and integration, nonlinear equations, optimization, ordinary
differential equations, and partial differential equations. For each
problem considered, the presentation includes the derivation of
solution techniques, analysis of their efficiency, accuracy, and
robustness, and details of their implementation, illustrated through
the MATLAB programming language. This text is suitable for a year-long
sequence in numerical analysis, and can also be used for a one-
semester course in numerical linear algebra.

From: Kris ONeill
Date: October 26, 2018
Subject: New Book, Frequency Domain Techniques for H-infinity Control


This book presents new computational tools for the H-infinity control
of distributed parameter systems in which transfer functions are
considered as input-output descriptions for the plants to be
controlled. The emphasis is on the computation of the controller
parameters and reliable implementation. The authors present recent
studies showing that the simplified skew Toeplitz method is applicable
to a wide class of systems, supply detailed examples from systems with
time delays and various engineering applications, and discuss reliable
implementation of the controller, complemented by a software based on

2018 / vii + 192 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611975-39-0 / List $79.00 /
SIAM Member $55.30 / Order Code: DC32

See more details here:

From: Bernard Beauzamy
Date: October 22, 2018
Subject: New Book, Simple Random Walks

I have now a preliminary version of a book "Simple Random Walks",
available freely under pdf format from

The aim of the work is to provide a new approach, energy based, to
deep properties of random walks. So far, the book is divided into 5
parts, which can be downloaded separately. I am looking for comments
and criticisms which will help preparing the final version. Also, long
term collaboration with institutions are sought on such topics. They
have industrial applications, to failure tests and preventive
maintenance. Finally, I am willing to give talks about the whole
topic, if some institutions are interested.

Best regards,
Bernard Beauzamy
Chairman and CEO
Societe de Calcul Mathematique SA, Paris, France

From: Tessa Blackman
Date: October 22, 2018
Subject: CMI Open Day, UK, Nov 2018

Applications are sought for the CMI PhD course in Mathematics of
Information and we are holding an open day on Thursday 15 November.

We encourage anyone interested in applying to the CMI PhD programme to
come along to find out more.

The event will be held at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences,
University of Cambridge (Wilberforce Road, CB3 0WA).

The provisional timetable is as follows;
1.00 Registration and lunch
2.00 Welcome and overview by CMI Directors
2.20 - 3.20 Academic staff talks
3.20 Break
3.30 Q & A
3.40 - 4.20 Student talks
4.20 Tea and coffee with staff and students
5.00 Close

Please register in advance if you are planning to attend

To find out more, visit or email

From: Jianlin Xia
Date: October 28, 2018
Subject: Fast Direct Solvers, USA, Nov 2018

The 2018 Conference on Fast Direct Solvers will be held in the Center
for Computational and Applied Mathematics (CCAM) at Purdue University
on Nov 9-11, 2018 (it will start from the afternoon of Fri, Nov
9). The organizers are Jie Shen and Jianlin Xia.

We expect to provide partial travel support to junior researchers and
students, especially those without other support. Up to $400 will be
provided to those giving contributed talks and up to $200 will be
provided to non-speakers. (The actual amount may vary.) To apply,
please visit the registration page:

The purpose of the conference is to discuss and exchange ideas on
topics related to fast direct solvers, such as structured matrices and
structured direct solvers, sparsity and data sparsity, high
performance direct solvers, randomized algorithms, structured
preconditioning, fast PDE and IE solvers, related applications, and
other relevant subjects.

The confirmed invited speakers of the conference are: Ming Gu, UC
Berkeley; Sabine Le Borne, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany;
Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan; Olaf Schenk, Universita
della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland; Xiaobai Sun, Duke University;
Hongkai Zhao, UC Irvine

Contributed talks are welcome. Abstracts can be submitted through the
registration page:

From: Rob Falgout
Date: October 24, 2018
Subject: Copper Mountain Multigrid Methods, USA, Mar 2019

19th Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods
Sunday March 24 - Thursday March 28, 2019
Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA

The Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods was founded in
1983 and is held every two years (odd years). It is widely regarded as
one of the premier international conferences on multigrid methods. The
2019 meeting is organized in cooperation with SIAM.

As in the past, there will be a Special Issue devoted to multigrid
methods in Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications. Students are
invited to submit papers to the student paper competition (lodging and
conference expenses may be awarded, pending funding). In addition to
the talks, multigrid tutorials will be given on the first day of the

For more information, see our web site at

Important Deadlines:
- Presentation Abstracts: Monday, January 14, 2019
- Student Paper Competition:
- Abstract: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
- Paper (reserved for students who submitted an abstract):
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
- Early Registration: Friday, January 18, 2019
- Lodging: February 21, 2019 - reserve early as rooms are limited!
- Journal Special Issue: tentatively June 15, 2019

From: Larry Schumaker
Date: October 25, 2018
Subject: Approximation Theory, USA, May 2019

This meeting will be the sixteenth in a series of international
conferences on Approximation Theory held every three years at various
locations in the U.S. The first was held in Austin, Texas in 1973,
with later ones in College Station, Nashville, St. Louis, Gatlinburg,
and San Antonio.

These meetings have traditionally been the main general international
conferences on this topic for over 45 years. The meeting will feature
eight plenary speakers. There will also be a number of minisymposia,
as well as sessions for contributed papers.

We would like to encourage everyone working in approximation theory to
actively participate in the conference.

We expect to have funds to support travel and local expenses for
graduate students and young postdocs, including especially women,
members of other under-represented groups, and those from poorer
nations. To apply, go to our website

From: Alexander Ostermann
Date: October 22, 2018
Subject: Scientific Computation and Differential Equations, Austria, Jul 2019

The next International Conference on Scientific Computation and
Differential Equations, SciCADE 2019, will be held in Innsbruck,
Austria, from July 22 - 26, 2019.

More information on the conference, including a list of invited
speakers and mini-symposia, can be found at

If you want to keep up to date with the conference, please sign up
here: Formal registration
will open on January 14, 2019.

The organizing committee is soliciting proposals for mini-symposia at
this time. Detailed information and instructions for submission can be
found here:

From: Randy LeVeque
Date: October 26, 2018
Subject: Faculty Position, Applied Mathematics, Univ of Washington

The Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington
announces the availability of an open-rank full-time faculty position
to start in September 2019. Candidates will be considered for the
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor rank, either tenure-track or
tenured, depending upon experience and qualifications.

The department has current research strength in many areas; see

Candidates can complement these existing strengths or they can bring
in new areas of expertise. Outstanding candidates with expertise in
the areas of numerical analysis and scientific computing, broadly
construed, are encouraged to apply.

For more details on required qualifications and application
instructions, see

Review of applications will begin December 1, 2018.

The University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal
opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed,
religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status,
pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity or expression, age,
disability, or protected veteran status. UW is committed to building
diversity among its faculty, librarian, staff, and student
communities, and articulates that commitment in the UW Diversity
Blueprint (

From: Silvana Ilie
Date: October 24, 2018
Subject: Faculty Positions, Ryerson Univ, Toronto

The Department of Mathematics in the Faculty of Science at Ryerson
University ( invites applications for four
full- time tenure-track positions at the Assistant Professor level,
commencing on July 1, 2019.

Each position opening has a different application link:

1) Applied Statistics

2) Mathematical Biology

3) Financial Mathematics

4) Discrete Mathematics

Review of applications will begin December 1, 2018, and will continue
until the positions are filled.

From: Patricio Jara
Date: October 22, 2018
Subject: Tenure-Track Positions, Tennessee State Univ

Tenure-Track Position -- Applied Mathematics -- Tennessee State

Position Number: 001251
Open Date: 10-12-2018
Close Date: 11-30-2018
Quick link:

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Tennessee State University
seeks applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant
Professor level to begin August 2019.

Although all areas of mathematics will be considered, preference will
be given to candidates whose research area is applied mathematics. We
seek applicants with evidence of potential for excellence in teaching
at the university level, outstanding research potential, and a
commitment to department service.

Tenure-Track Position -- all areas of Mathematics -- Tennessee State

Position Number: 014821
Open Date: 10-12-2018
Close Date: 11-30-2018
Quick link:

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Tennessee State University
seeks applicants for a tenure-track position to begin August
2019. Strong candidates from all areas of mathematics are encouraged
to apply. We seek applicants with evidence of potential for excellence
in teaching at the university level, outstanding research potential,
and a commitment to department service. Faculty members typically
teach twelve credit hours per semester.

Candidates are encouraged to apply online to each separately at

From: Jean-Philip Piquemal
Date: October 28, 2018
Subject: Research Engineer Position, HPC, Sorbonne Univ, Paris, France

Position: Research Engineer in Scientific computing: High performance
computing for chemical sciences.

The candidate will be working at the interface between applied
mathematics and computational chemistry, in the field of molecular
dynamics. The engineer will share its activities between the
Laboratoire de Chimie Theorique (LCT, UMR 7616 CNRS) and the Institute
for Computing and Data Sciences (ISCD) at Sorbonne Universite.

Research: This position (1 year-Renewable) is proposed to strengthen
an activity in scientific computing at the interface between
theoretical chemistry and applied mathematics. The research activity
will require the involvement of the engineer in the software
development activities in theoretical chemistry (molecular dynamics
with Tinker-HP and electronic structure codes), in order to further
optimize the existing codes on high- performance computing
architectures (MPI) and GPUs (CUDA & OpenACC). The research activity
will take place at Sorbonne University in conjunction with the
Laboratory of theoretical chemistry (LCT, UMR 7616) and the Institute
of Computational and Data Sciences (ISCD, Sorbonne University
Institute). The engineer recruited must also be involved in the
relations or collaborations of the Labex Calsimlab (Excellence
Laboratory) mainly at the Chemistry-Mathematics -High Performance
computing interface (collaborations with the LJLL, LIP6 laboratories
at Sorbonne University and INRIA...). He/she will have to justify the
ability to conceive, animate and pilot activities related to non-
strictly disciplinary. The candidate (mathematical engineer or HPC
specialist) will have to possess a solid experience in the
implementation of scientific computing, preferably in link with
computational chemistry. He/she will already have a recognized
scientific activity in this field. The candidate will show an interest
- proven by publications - for applications of scientific computing to
chemical physics. He/she will have to play an important role in
collaborating on research projects related to several disciplines:
chemistry, Mathematics, and computer science.

Host laboratories :
1-LCT, Sorbonne Universite, Tour 12-13 4eme etage, CC 137, 4 Place
Jussieu 75252, Paris Cedex 05.
2- ISCD, Sorbonne Universite, Tour 33-34, 2eme etage, CC 380, 4
Place Jussieu, 75252 Paris Cedex 05.

Contact :
Prof. Jean-Philip Piquemal tel : + 33 (0) 1 442 7 25 04,
Email :

From: Xiaoye Li
Date: October 25, 2018
Subject: Research Scientist Position, Berkeley Lab

Berkeley Lab's Scalable Solvers Group in the Computational Research
Division has an immediate opening for Career-Track Research Scientist.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to algorithm
design and code development in several areas of fast solvers research,
particularly those based on hierarchical matrix algebra and
butterfly-based factorization algorithms, and to implement the novel
algorithms on DOE's leading parallel machines.

Please follow the link below to see more details and to apply online: 1282
The application deadline is November 23, 2018.

From: Nick Higham
Date: October 22, 2018
Subject: Heilbronn Fellowships, Mathematics, Univ of Manchester

The School of Mathematics at the University of Manchester has three
Helibronn Fellowships in Mathematics available, in association with
the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research. Experience in
Numerical Linear Algebra or Algebra, interpreted broadly, is
preferred. The Fellowships last for three years, starting in October
2019 or at a mutually agreed alternative date. The salary is 37,345 to
42,036 GBP per annum (according to relevant experience) plus a
supplement of 3500 GBP per annum, and at least 2,500 GBP per annum is
available for research expenses.

The closing date is November 11, 2018. More information about the
Heilbronn Fellowships in Mathematics is available at which
also describes security requirements attached to these posts.

From: Antoine Laurain
Date: October 24, 2018
Subject: Postdoc/PhD/MSc Positions, Univ of São Paulo

The Institute of Mathematics and Statistics (IME) at the University of
Sao Paulo (USP) invites applications for 1 Postdoc, 1 PhD and 3 MSc
positions in numerical analysis and scientific computing applied to
seismic imaging.

The successful candidates will collaborate with researchers from the
project "Software technologies for simulation and inversion" of the
Research Centre for Gas Innovation of POLI-USP
( at the University of Sao Paulo. The
objective of the project is to create a library of numerical
discretizations for full waveform inversion (FWI), a high-resolution
seismic imaging technique based on using the entire content of seismic
traces for extracting physical parameters of the medium sampled by
seismic waves. These discretizations will be expressed symbolically
using Devito, a domain-specific language (DSL) and code generation
framework for the design of highly optimized finite difference kernels
for use in inversion methods (

For details including how to apply, see

From: Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS)
Date: October 23, 2018
Subject: PhD Position, Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics

The WIAS is an institute of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.
(FVB). The FVB comprises eight non-university natural science research
institutes in Berlin, which are funded by the federal and state
governments. The research institutes are members of the Leibniz

WIAS invites applications for a PhD Student Position (f/m/d)
(Ref. 18/18) in the Research Group "Nonsmooth Variational Problems and
Operator Equations" (Head: Prof. Michael Hintermuller) within the
European Innovative Training Network Reduced Order Modelling,
Simulation and Optimization of Coupled systems (ROMSOC) starting on
January 1, 2019.

Starting Date: 1st of January 2019
Contract: Full-time contract for 29 months, extension is possible

Host institution: Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and
Stochastics, Berlin, Germany

Prof. Dr. Michael Hintermuller (Primary Supervisor)

Application: Please upload complete application documents (motivation
letter, detailed CV, certificates, list of MSc courses and grades,
copy of the master thesis, reference letter etc) via our online
job-application facility

From: Nick Polydorides
Date: October 24, 2018
Subject: PhD Positions, Computational Imaging and Data Science

The Computational Imaging and Data Analytics lab at the University of
Edinburgh UK is inviting applications for two PhD studentships, for a
2019 entry, on the following topics: (i) Machine learning for
hyper-spectral computed tomography, and (ii) Data sketching in
engineering sensor networks. We typically ask for a Master's degree
(or equivalent) in computational science or scientific computing or
similar degree with a focus on applied mathematics and
computing. Further particulars and instructions on how to apply can be
found at

For more information on our research please visit our group's website or email

From: Denise L. Marks
Date: October 26, 2018
Subject: PhD Positions, Cybersecurity, Networking and Big Data Analytics

Multiple Research Assistant (RA) positions will be immediately
available in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the
University of South Florida (USF) that is classified as a Tier-1
research university by the Carnegie Foundation. These research
assistantships come with a stipend, tuition waiver, and health
insurance. Based on applicant qualifications, you may be admitted into
the Ph.D. program in one of the following departments: Mathematics and
Statistics, Computer Science and Engineering, or Electrical

Areas of research interest include, but are not limited to: (1) Cyber
physical systems (e.g., autonomous/connected vehicles, power grids and
emergency response), (2) user and attacker behavior analytics with
social sciences, (3) cloud computing and mobile networks (e.g.,
smartphones), (4) sensor networks (e.g., video/sensor surveillance for
target tracking), (5) information/data processing systems for Internet
of Things (IOT) and smart cities, (6) mathematical modeling and
statistical data analysis for computer science, computer engineering,
and health- care problems, and (7) applied cryptography and
theoretical foundation of computer science, with focus on
cybersecurity, networking, and big data analytics. (See

Minimum Qualifications: Good academic standing is required.
Preference will be given to those who are highly self-motivated and
meet at least one of the following requirements: (1) A solid math
background, (2) good data analytical skills, (3) strong programming
skills, and (4) good security or networking knowledge.

We welcome applications from science, engineering, and information
disciplines, including applied/computational/pure mathematics,
statistics, computer science, computer engineering, electrical
engineering, information systems, and industrial engineering. Anyone
with either B.S./B.A. or M.S./M.A. is encouraged to apply. The
information for application to USF can be found at the link: We may still be able to take
applications for admission in the fall of 2017 depending on how soon
you submit your applications. We also welcome visiting scholars and
Ph.D. visiting students.

Contact Information: If interested, please send your resume with
supporting materials (e.g., unofficial transcripts and a description
of each project that you have done) as a single PDF file to Dr. Xiong
at The positions will be closed once filled.

From: John Evans
Date: October 21, 2018
Subject: PhD Positions, Turbulence Modeling and Simulation, Univ of Colorado Boulder

Professors Kenneth Jansen and John Evans at the University of Colorado
Boulder are seeking three highly motivated PhD students to work in the
area of turbulence modeling and simulation starting in Fall 2019. The
three PhD students will be housed in the Ann and H.J. Smead Department
of Aerospace Engineering Sciences.

The ideal candidate will have prior research experience either in
turbulence modeling and simulation techniques such as RANS, LES, DNS,
and DES, in high performance computing, or in machine learning. The
ideal candidate will also be proficient in either MATLAB or Python and
either C, C++, or Fortran.

Interested candidates should contact Professors Jansen and Evans at and for more
details. Interested candidates should also apply to the PhD program
in Aerospace Engineering Sciences at The
application deadline is December 1, 2018 for international applicants
and January 10, 2019 for domestic applicants.

From: Lars Ruthotto
Date: October 22, 2018
Subject: Graduate Fellowships, Computational Mathematics, Emory Univ

Emory University invites applications for Graduate Fellowships. The
Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science offer M.Sc. and PhD
tracks and a variety of possible research specializations. For PhD
students in Mathematics, a number of five-year scholarships are

Graduate students receive scholarships that cover all tuition
expenses, a stipend (minimum 31,000 USD per year), health insurance,
and professional development support funds (minimum 2,500 USD) to
support travel to conferences. Moreover, several special admissions
scholarships are available. More info:

Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing are among the departments'
key focus areas. Our graduate program focuses on numerical linear
algebra, partial differential equations, and optimization and their
application to computational fluid dynamics, inverse problems, and
machine learning. Graduate students are offered excellent research
opportunities in these areas and opportunities for interdisciplinary
collaborations with leading experts from a variety of disciplines
including cardiology, radiology, biostatistics, biomedical
engineering, geophysics, and data science. More information about our
research group can be found at:

International students are encouraged to apply, and successful
candidates will need to obtain a US visa. More info:

The application deadline for Fall 2019 admission is December 15,
2018. Application instructions and further information can be found at

From: Fikret A Aliev
Date: October 25, 2018
Subject: Contents, Applied and Computational Mathematics, 17 (3)

Applied and Computational Mathematics an International Journal
Vol.17, No.3, October 2018


Forced Vibration of the Hydro-Viscoelastic and -Elastic Systems
Consisting of the Viscoelastic or Elastic Plate, Compressible Viscous
Fluid and Rigid Wall: A Review, S.D. Akbarov

Approximation Algorithms for the Terminal Steiner Tree Problem,
Y.H. Chen, Y.C. Lin

Mixed Convection on a Vertical Plate Embedded in a Power-Law Fluid
Saturated Doubly Stratified Porous Medium, D. Srinivasacharya,
G.S. Reddy

Split Equilibrium Problems, Variational Inequality Problems and Fixed
Point Problems for Multi-Valued Mappings in Hilbert Spaces, J. Zhao,
Y. Liang, Y. Liu, Y.J. Cho

Operator-Pencil Realization of One Sturm-Liouville Problem with
Transmission Conditions, O.Sh. Mukhtarov, H. Olgar, K. Aydemir,
I.Sh. Jabbarov

Provable Secure Certificate-Based Signature Scheme from Bilinear
Pairing, S. Khatoon, T.-Y. Chen, C.-C. Lee, M.K. Khan

High Phase-Lag Order, Four-Step Methods for Solving y'' = f(x; y),
T.E. Simos, Ch. Tsitouras

Solution of Linear Fractional-Derivative Ordinary Differential
Equations with Constant Matrix Coefficients, F.A. Aliev, N.A. Aliev,
N.A. Safarova, K.G. Gasimova, N.I. Velieva

Final Report on COIA 2018, F.A. Aliev, V.B. Larin, N.I. Mahmudov,
N.A. Safarova, M.M. Konstantinov, O. Castillo, M. Ruzhansky

From: Irena Lasiecka IL2V@VIRGINIA.EDU
Date: October 21, 2018
Subject: Contents, Evolution Equations and Control Theory, 7 (4)

Vol 7.4 of EECT has been published on line.
Here is the content:

Exact rate of decay for solutions to damped second order ODE's with a
degenerate potential, Tomas Barta

Observability of wave equation with Ventcel dynamic condition,Imen
Benabbas and Djamel Eddine Teniou

Optimal control for the stochastic FitzHugh-Nagumo model with recovery
variable, Francesco Cordoni and Luca Di Persio

Some partially observed multi-agent linear exponential quadratic
stochastic differential games, Tyrone E. Duncan

Existence and stabilization of a Kirchhoff moving string with a delay
in the boundary or in the internal feedback, Abdelkarim Kelleche and
Nasser-Eddine Tatar

Backward controllability of pullback trajectory attractors with
applications to multi-valued Jeffreys-Oldroyd equations, Yangrong Li,
Renhai Wang and Lianbing She

Dynamic and electrostatic modeling for a piezoelectric smart composite
and related stabilization results, Ahmet Ozkan Ozer

Solving an inverse source problem for a time fractional diffusion
equation by a modified quasi-boundary value method, Zhousheng Ruan,
Sen Zhang and Sican Xiong

2017 Impact Factor: 1.049

Copyright 2018 American Institute of Mathematical Sciences

From: Roman Chapko
Date: October 27, 2018
Subject: Contents, J Numerical and Applied Mathematics, 128 (2)

Contents, J Numerical and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 128 (2) (Ukraine)

Beshley A.V. On the numerical solution of a mixed boundary value
problem for the elliptic equation with variable coefficients in doubly
connected planar domains.

Biletskyy V.M. A few ways to find approximate solution terms of the
method of generalized separation of variables.

Boulbrachene M. On the finite element approximation of a system of
elliptic quasi-variational inequalities related to
Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equations.

Hlova A.R., Litynskyy S.V., Muzychuk Yu.A., Muzychuk A.O. Coupling of
Laguerre Transform and Fast BEM for solving Dirichlet initial-boundary
value problems for the wave equation.

Kashpur O.F., Khlobystov V.V. Lagrange interpolation formula in linear

Shakhno S.M., Iakymchuk R.P., Yarmola H.P. Convergence analysis of a
two-step method for the nonlinear least squares problem with
decomposition of operator.

Sidorov M.V. Method of two-sided approximations for finding positive
solutions of boundary value problems for semilinear elliptic systems:
the use of the Green-Rvachev's quasi-function.

For details see:

From: Yonghui Yu
Date: October 23, 2018
Subject: Contents, Journal of Computational Mathematics, Volume 36 (5)

Journal of Computational Mathematics, Volume 36 (2018), Issue 5

Table of Contents

Approximations of Hypersingular Integrals for Negative Fractional
Exponent, Chaolang Hu and Tao Lu

Heterogeneous Multiscale Method for Optimal Control Problem Governed
by Elliptic Equations with Highly Oscillatory Coefficients, Liang Ge,
Ningning Yan, Lianhai Wang, Wenbin Liu and Danping Yang

Decoupled, Energy Stable Scheme for Hydrodynamic Allen-Cahn Phase
Field Moving Contact Line Model, Rui Chen, Xiaofeng Yang and Hui Zhang

New Error Estimates for Linear Triangle Finite Elements in the Steklov
Eigenvalue Problem, Hai Bi, Yidu Yang, Yuanyuan Yu and Jiayu Han

Optimal Quadratic Nitsche Extended Finite Element Method for Interface
Problem of Diffusion Equation, Fei Wang and Shuo Zhang

A Full Discrete Stabilized Method for the Optimal Control of the
Unsteady Navier-Stokes Equations, Yanmei Qin, Gang Chen and Minfu Feng

Convergence Analysis of A Locally Accelerated Preconditioned Steepest
Descent Method for Hermitian-definite Generalized Eigenvalue Problems,
Yunfeng Cai, Zhaojun Bai, John E. Pask and N. Sukumar

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