NA Digest, V. 24, # 4

NA Digest Wednesday, February 14, 2024 Volume 24 : Issue 4

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Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs

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From: Robert van de Geijn
Date: February 11, 2024
Subject: Survey on BLIS and related linear algebra software

On behalf of The Science of High-Performance Computing group at The
University of Texas at Austin, we are conducting a brief (5-10 minute)

For more than a decade, our group has contributed to foundational
results and transformed those into community software, sponsored in
part by NSF under the SI2 and CSSI programs, and industry. This
includes BLIS (BLAS functionality and so much more), libflame (LAPACK
functionality and more), and TBLIS (a tensor contraction
library). These softwares have been widely adopted by other
open-source solutions and industry.

We are interested in learning about your experience with dense linear
algebra software. Your responses to the survey will in part help us
plan for the future. Find the survey at

It will close at 23:00 UTC on March 31, 2024. Since we all tend to
procrastinate leading to things not getting done, please complete this
survey immediately!

We thank you for your time and look forward to your response. Your
opinion is important to us!

From: Ilya Peshkov
Date: February 13, 2024
Subject: Course: Numerical Methods for Environmental Modeling, Hybrid, May 2024

Online Course: Advanced Numerical Methods for Environmental Modeling

Laboratory of Applied Mathematics, University of Trento, Italy On-site
and Online via ZOOM

Lecturers: Profs. Ilya Peshkov, Annunziato Siviglia
Dates: May 15-31 2024
Course fee: 216 EUR (online)
Deadline: the registration deadline is March 31st, 2024.

This advanced short course is primarily designed for Master's and PhD
students in applied mathematics, scientific computing, computational
physics and computational mechanics.

Summary: The course consists of a structured intensive 2.5 week
program of 80 hours of theoretical lectures and computer laboratory
exercises on advanced numerical methods for hyperbolic and nonlinear
parabolic partial differential equations with applications in
environmental engineering and science. The course covers standard
explicit and flux-splitting finite volume methods for hyperbolic
equations, semi-implicit finite volume methods for hyperbolic and
nonlinear parabolic equations, e.g. sediment transport (Exner
equation), solidification (icing, Stefan model), ecomorphodynamic
(vegetation growth, death, and mutual interaction with sediments).
Special emphasis is put on practical implementation of the discussed
numerical methods.

Further information (registration, program) can be found in the
dedicated web page or
via contacting Prof. Ilya Peshkov at

From: Martin Schmidt
Date: February 09, 2024
Subject: VAME 2024, Germany, May 2024

n May 13 to 14, 2024, we host the third International Workshop on
"Variational Analysis and Applications for Modeling of Energy
Exchange" at Trier University.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together specialists in the
modeling of energy exchanges, both from the point of view of
mathematics and economics. In addition, the workshop strives to
stimulate the exchange of ideas among researchers and practitioners
that develop or apply energy market models and approaches for policy
identification and assessment. In an "informal context", the intent is
to generate fruitful scientific exchanges on the following topics:
Nonlinear optimization, Stochastic programming and robust
optimization, Bilevel programming, MPEC, EPEC, Generalized Nash
equilibrium problems (GNEPs), Capacity expansion models in renewable
dominated power system, Decarbonization and integration of renewable
energy sources in power systems, Impact of the development of electric
vehicles, Electricity market design, Risk management in electricity

There are still a limited number of places available for registration:

From: Thomas Mach
Date: February 06, 2024
Subject: Workshop Honoring David S. Watkins's 75th Birthday, Belgium, May 2024

[DW75] A Workshop on the Occasion of the 75th Birthday of David S.
Watkins May 09-10, 2024, KU Leuven, Leuven, Beligum

We are happy to announce the workshop [DW75] on the Occasion of the
75th Birthday of David S. Watkins. The workshop is a tribute to
David's career spanning five decades. Topics of the workshop will be
linked to David's research interests.

The workshop will take place at the KU Leuven in the picturesque
Arenberg Castle, on May 9th and 10th, 2024. This is Thursday and
Friday the week before the SIAM LA24 in Paris.

Abstract submission and early registration until March 31, 2024.

Additional information and registration:

From: Jørgen Schartum Dokken
Date: February 09, 2024
Subject: FEniCS 2024, Norway, Jun 2024

We are happy to announce that the abstract submission portal for
FEniCS 2024 at Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, Norway from June 12th
to June 14th is open (

Key Highlights:
- Abstract submission deadline for presentations/posters: April 4th,
- Notification of acceptance by: April 12th, 2024
- All authors of accepted abstracts are invited to submit a 6-10 page
paper to the FEniCS 2024 conference proceedings, published in Simula
SpringerBriefs on Computing (

From: Dominik Bartuschat
Date: February 04, 2024
Subject: Advances in HPC Earth Sciences, Spain, Jul 2024

14th International Workshop on Advances in High-Performance
Computational Earth Sciences: Numerical Methods, Frameworks &
Applications (IHPCES 2024)

IHPCES 2024, the 14th workshop in the series of "Advances in
High-Performance Computational Earth Sciences" workshops, will take
place in conjunction with the ICCS 2024 Conference in Malaga, Spain,
from June July 2-4, 2024.

The objective of this series of workshops is to provide a forum for
presentation and discussion of state-of-the-art research in high
performance computational Earth sciences. IHPCES workshops foster
communication between Earth scientists, applied mathematicians, and
computer scientists. The workshop therefore presents a unique
opportunity to exchange advanced knowledge, computational methods, and
science discoveries in computational geosciences.

Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Numerical
methods as basis for simulations in Earth sciences; Large-scale
simulations on supercomputing systems in Earth sciences; Advanced
modeling and simulations on natural disaster prevention and
mitigation; Advanced numerical methods for high performance
computational Earth sciences; Parallel and distributed algorithms and
programming strategies for supercomputers; Software engineering for
parallel systems with multi-core processors and accelerators;
Algorithms for Big Data analytics and applications for large-scale
data processing; Methodologies and tools designed for extreme-scale

March 1, 2024: Paper Submission Due

From: Amparo Gil
Date: February 11, 2024
Subject: Numerical Software for Special Functions, UK, Jul 2024

A session on Numerical Software for Special Functions is planned at
the International Congress for Matematical Software 2024 (ICMS 2024),
Durham University, UK, 22-25 Jul 2024

If you would like to give a talk at our session, a short abstract
should be submitted to the session organizers (Amparo Gil,
U. Cantabria and Javier Segura, U. Cantabria) by February 15, 2024.

There is an option to submit an extended abstract for the conference
proceedings in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science to accompany
the talk. This will be reviewed and if accepted, distributed during
the meeting and online via Springer. The deadline to submit to these
proceedings will be by mid March 2024. Submission will be made via an
easychair link distributed to those whose short abstracts were

From: Giacomo Elefante
Date: February 05, 2024
Subject: Constructive Approximation and Applications, Italy, Sep 2024

It is with great pleasure that we announce the 6th Dolomites Workshop
on Constructive Approximation and Applications (DWCAA24), which is
scheduled for 09-13 September 2024 in Alba di Canazei (TN), Italy.
The conference is dedicated to Len Bos in the occasion of his

You can find information and updates at the following link:

Confirmed plenary speakers:
- Len Bos (University of Verona)
- Mariantonia Cotronei (Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria)
- Stefano De Marchi (University of Padova)
- Anna Maria Massone (University of Genova)
- Gregor Kosec (Institute "Jo~ef Stefan")

Confirmed parallel sessions:
- Multivariate polynomial approximation and pluripotential theory
- RBF and kernel-based methods
- Mathematical imaging and signal processing
- Machine learning, AI and applications to solar physics

A poster session will be organized.

We will provide more information, including registration details, in
the next weeks. For further information and requests, please send an
email to

From: Pamela Bye
Date: February 08, 2024
Subject: Inverse Problems from Theory to Application, UK, Sep 2024

11-13 September 2024
University of Bath, 3 West North, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY

Inverse problems are widespread in many varied fields such as medical
and satellite imaging, biology, astronomy, geophysics, environmental
sciences, computer vision, energy, finance, and defence. These
problems are inverse in the sense that they arise from seeking to use
a mathematical or physical model 'backwards' to indirectly determine a
quantity of interest from the effect that this quantity causes on some
observed data. A main challenge resulting from using models
'backwards' to measure causes from their effects is that solutions are
often not well posed, i.e., not unique and/or unstable with respect to
small perturbations in the data. This difficulty has stimulated an
important amount of research and innovation at the interface of
applied mathematics, statistics, engineering, physics, and other
fields, leading to great social and economic benefit through impact on
science, medicine, and engineering. The aim of this conference is to
bring together the applied mathematics, statistics, machine learning,
engineering, physics and industrial communities around the topic of
inverse problems to discuss recent developments and open challenges in
theory, methodology, computational algorithms, and applications. We
welcome industrial representatives, doctoral students, early career
and established academics working in this field to attend.

Topics of interest include, for example, Inverse problems in
mathematical and computational imaging; Inverse problems in science,
medicine, engineering, and other fields; Model-based and data-driven
methods for solving inverse; Optimisation, statistical, and machine
learning methods for solving inverse problems; Mathematical theory for
inverse problems; Deterministic and stochastic computational methods
and algorithms. Contributions will be accepted for the conference
based on a 200 word abstract for oral or poster presentation. We
welcome abstracts to be submitted by 15th March
2024. Please indicate whether your title is
intended for oral 'presentation' or 'poster' presentation.

For further information please contact the IMA Conferences Department

From: Jose A. Iglesias
Date: February 13, 2024
Subject: Faculty Position, Mathematics of Scientific ML, Univ of Twente, Netherlands

A position is open for an Assistant or Associate Professor in
Mathematics of Scientific Machine Learning, at the Mathematics of
Imaging & AI group within the Department of Applied Mathematics of the
University of Twente.

The profile sought is a highly committed research scientist whose
focus is at the interface of data science and nonlinear analysis of
PDEs and inverse problems. This includes for instance the theory of
uncertainty quantification, harmonic analysis, geometric deep learning
or data-driven reduced modelling with impact in the mathematics of
scientific machine learning.

For further information about employment conditions and to apply for
this position, please visit the official announcement at

From: Marie Stöbe
Date: February 07, 2024
Subject: Research Assistant Position, WIAS Berlin, Germany

The Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS)
is an institute of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB). The FVB
comprises seven non-university research institutes in Berlin which are
funded by the federal and state governments. The research institutes
belong to the Leibniz Association.

WIAS invites applications for a Research Assistant position (f/m/d)
(Ref. 24/01) in the Research Group "Interacting Random Systems" (Head:
Prof. Dr. W. Konig) starting as soon as possible. The task is to
analyze stochastic models for the dynamics and statics of large
interacting systems to support and complement the research directions
in the group. We would like the successful candidate to develop
contacts to other groups in the Institute. The Institute would support
the acquisition of experience with third-party funding, teaching and
research supervision in preparation for a professorship.

We are looking for: A completed scientific university degree and a
Ph.D. (or equivalent experience) in mathematics or a closely related
field is required. Experience with some of the following topics will
strengthen your application: statistical physics; critical phenomena;
interacting point and particle processes; random media; random
operators; random graphs with structure. Knowledge of the theory of
large deviations and variational analysis would also be advantageous.

Please direct scientific queries to Professor Dr. W. Konig
( The appointment is initially limited
for two years. The salary is according to the German TVoD scale.

Please upload complete application documents including a cover letter,
curriculum vitae, a short research statement (max. 2 pages) and
photocopies of relevant certificates as soon as possible and no later
than 22.03.2024 via our online job-application facility
( using the button 'Apply online'

See here for more information:

Date: February 06, 2024
Subject: Postdoc Position, Claremont Graduate Univ, USA

Claremont Graduate University is seeking a postdoctoral fellow
(research assistant professor) to work under the supervision of
Professor H.N. Mhaskar on his project funded by the Office of Naval
Research. The candidate should have a Ph.D. in mathematics or related
disciplines. The term starts on August 1, 2024 till July 31, 2025,
expected to be renewed for another year subject to funding and
satisfactory work. There is some flexibility with the
timing. Subsidized housing might be available

The project consists of developing a new paradigm for machine learning
based on computational harmonic analysis. The appointee will be
expected to find application areas and demonstrate the success of the
theory to these areas, and thus expected to have strong programming
background in addition to a good background in mathematical analysis.
The project interacts with several areas of mathematics: computational
harmonic analysis, approximation theory, orthogonal polynomials, image
processing, inverse problems, partial differential equations, etc. It
is not expected that the candidate should be an expert in all these
areas, but should have the enthusiasm and ability to absorb new areas
of knowledge quickly.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, CV (with list of
publications), statement of research interests, and at least three
letters of recommendation via For further information,
contact Professor Mhaskar at

From: Sanghyun Lee
Date: February 13, 2024
Subject: Postdoc Position, Mathematics, Florida State Univ, USA

The Department of Mathematics at Florida State University (FSU) is
accepting applications for a postdoctoral research associate position
in applied and computational mathematics starting in August 2024. This
position will be funded through a new DOE Energy Earthshots award,
"Advanced Multi-Physics Machine Learning for Subsurface Energy Systems
Across Scales." (For more information about the DOE's Energy
Earthshots Initiative, visit The project aims
to build a computational model for a comprehensive understanding of
physical, geomechanical, and geochemical processes occurring at
multiple scales in subsurface energy storage and recovery systems. An
interdisciplinary team from five institutions (The University of Texas
at El Paso, FSU, The University of Utah, Sandia National Lab, and Alma
Energy LLC) with expertise in diverse disciplines (applied
mathematics, data science, geoscience, and engineering) will
collaborate on this project.

The candidate should have a Ph.D. degree in applied mathematics,
computational science, subsurface engineering, or any closely related
field. Any experience and skills in the following areas are strongly
preferred. Numerical methods for partial differential equations
methods in porous media; Multiscale numerical methods " Scientific
machine learning; Excellent programming skills in Python and C++ and
prior experience with High-Performance Computing; Strong written and
oral communication skills.

The start date of this position will be August 1, 2024.

Candidates must apply through both the MathJobs website and the FSU
Employment and Recruiting Services website at ( job
opening 57074 ) . Any interested candidates should submit (1) CV, (2)
a research statement, (3) the names and contact information of at
least three professional references. Applications will be reviewed
immediately, and the search will remain open until the position is

From: Ilaria Perugia
Date: February 06, 2024
Subject: Postdoc Position, Numerical Methods for PDEs, Univ Vienna, Austria

The Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Vienna (Austria)
invites applications for a Postdoctoral University Assistant position
(3 years) in Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations.

The application deadline is March 11, 2024.

The detailed announcement can be found here:

From: Faisal Amlani
Date: February 08, 2024
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Computational Math/Numerical Methods, Paris, France

Two postdoctoral research associate positions are available in
numerical analysis to work on mesh generation and CPU/GPU
parallelization of new high-order PDE solvers with applications in
solids, fluids, and their interactions (particularly towards problems
in geophysics and cardiovascular medicine).

The positions will be affiliated with the Ecole normale superieure of
Paris-Saclay University (15th worldwide by current Shanghai rankings,
1st in continental Europe), located in the heart of the "French
Silicon Valley".

No knowledge of French is required (all work can be done in English).

Complete details and info on how to apply can be found here:

From: Thomas Carraro
Date: February 08, 2024
Subject: Postdoc/Doctoral Position, Helmut Schmidt Univ, Germany

Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Federal Armed Forces in
Hamburg (Germany) offers a position as Postdoc or PhD student (f/m/d)
in Applied Mathematics for three years.

The research focus of the Chair of Applied Mathematics is on the
development of numerical methods for the simulation and optimization
of problems with partial differential equations (PDE). In addition,
the modeling of multiscale problems in connection with electrochemical
applications such as fuel cells and batteries is an important field of

Field of activity of the position: Optimal design of experiments and
optimal measurement methods for models based on partial differential
equations; Optimal design of experiments: Consideration of classical
methods of optimal design of experiments as well as Bayesian
approaches and stochastic optimization approaches; Application to
microscopic and multiscale battery models; Use of parallelization
approaches in space, e.g. parallel multigrid methods, and in time,
e.g. multiple shooting and parareal methods; Involvement in teaching
in analysis, linear algebra and numerical mathematics.

Qualification requirements: Proven experience in the numerical
solution of partial differential equations; Excellent knowledge of
programming with C++ or Python; Foreign language skills in English
with a level of proficiency corresponding to at least level C1 of the
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Also desirable: Special knowledge of optimization with partial
differential equations as constraints; Sound knowledge of
discretization methods for PDE, preferably finite element method;
Sound experience in object-oriented programming and software
development with Git; Experience in project management of scientific
projects; Strong interest in scientific work and the ability to teach.

Interested candidates should send by February 29, 2024, a motivation
letter, CV and the usual certificates to
including the reference number MB-0124.

For information on scientific questions, please contact
Prof. Dr. Thomas Carraro, e-mail:

From: Anna-Karin Tornberg
Date: February 13, 2024
Subject: PhD Position, Numerical Analysis, KTH, Sweden

he department of Mathematics at the Royal Institute of Technology
(KTH) seeks applications for a Ph.D student position in Applied and
Computational Mathematics with specialization in Numerical
Analysis. The research project will be focused on development of
numerical methods primarily for applications within micro-fluidics
(fluid dynamics at the micro scale). The algorithms will to a large
extent be based on boundary integral equations, and the project will
span over theory, algorithms, software and applications.

The doctoral student will be supervised by Professor Anna-Karin

Application deadline March 18, 2024.

English version of ad:

Swedish version of ad:

Profile page of advisor:

From: Marie Stöbe
Date: February 08, 2024
Subject: PhD Position, WIAS Berlin, Germany

The Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS)
is an institute of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB). The FVB
comprises seven non-university research institutes in Berlin which are
funded by the federal and state governments. The research institutes
belong to the Leibniz Association.

WIAS invites applications for a PhD student position (f/m/d)
(Ref. 24/02) in the Research Group 'Nonsmooth Variational Problems and
Operator Equations' (Head: Prof. Dr. M. Hintermuller) to be filled at
the earliest possible date. Field of work: Distributed algorithms for
physics-based large-scale equilibrium problems.

Work tasks include: Studying systems in a game-theoretical context
involving physical constraints taking the form of partial differential
equations with uncertainties. Analyzing distributed stochastic models
where agents do not share all information but need to find equilibrium
strategies. Developing and implementing novel distributed algorithms
to find equilibria computationally.

The chosen student will be part of the MATH+ Cluster of Excellence
project AA4-13 'Equilibria for Distributed Multi-Modal Energy Systems
under Uncertainty'. Wanted: A motivated, outstanding student with a
master's degree in mathematics. A strong background in the theory and
numerics of partial differential equations and a very good background
in optimization and/or stochastic analysis is required.

Please direct scientific queries to Dr. C. Geiersbach
( The position is limited to
three years. Please upload your complete application documents
(motivation letter, detailed CV, certificates, list of MSc courses and
grades, copy of the master thesis, reference letters, etc.) via our
applicant portal ( using the button 'Apply
online' (

The advertisement is open with immediate effect and will remain open
until the position will be filled.

See here for more information:

From: Constructive Approximation
Date: February 06, 2024
Subject: Contents, Constructive Approximation, 58 (3)

A Newman type bound for Lp[-1, 1]-means of the logarithmic derivative
of polynomials having all zeros on the unit circle, Mikhail A. Komarov

A lower bound for the logarithmic energy on $mathbb{S}^2$ and for the
Green energy on $mathbb{S}^n$, Carlos Beltran and Fatima Lizarte

Universal Sampling Discretization, F Dai and V. Temlyakov

Orthogonal Polynomials with Periodically Modulated Recurrence
Coefficients in the Jordan Block Case II, Grzegorz Zwiderski and
Bartosz Trojan

The Spectrality of Self-affine Measure Under the Similar
Transformation of GLn(p), Jing-Cheng Liu and Zhi-Yong Wang

Probabilistic and Analytical Aspects of the Symmetric and Generalized
Kaiser-Bessel Window Function, Arpad Baricz and Tibor K. Pogany

From: Lothar Reichel
Date: February 05, 2024
Subject: Contents, Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis (ETNA), 59

Contents, Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis (ETNA),
vol. 59, 2023. This volume has been edited by Alessandro Buccini,
Caterina Fenu, Luisa Fermo, and Giuseppe Rodriguez.

Note: ETNA accepts software publications as well as historical papers.

A. J. A. Schiavoni-Piazza and S. Serra-Capizzano, Distribution results
for a special class of matrix sequences: joining approximation theory
and asymptotic linear algebra

L. Fermo, D. Mezzanotte, and D. Occorsio, On the numerical solution of
Volterra integral equations on equispaced nodes

Y. Deng, B. Hofmann, and F. Werner, Deautoconvolution in the
two-dimensional case

S. Noschese, The structured distance to singularity of a symmetric
tridiagonal Toeplitz matrix

Y. Eidelman and I. Haimovici, The bisection eigenvalue method for
unitary Hessenberg matrices via their quasiseparable structure

A. V. Pejcev, A note on "Error bounds of Gaussian quadrature formulae
with Legendre weight function for analytic integrands" by
M. M. Spalevic et al.

G. V. Milovanovic, Orthogonality on the semicircle: Old and new

S. Hubmer, E. Sherina, and R. Ramlau, Characterizations of adjoint
Sobolev embedding operators with applications in inverse problems

D. Lj. Djukic, R. M. Mutavdzic Djukic, L. Reichel, and M. M. Spalevic,
Optimal averaged Pade'-type approximants

M. Donatelli, P. Ferrari, and S. Gazzola, Symmetrization techniques in
image deblurring

Z. Milovanovic Jeknic, B. Sredojevic, and D. Bojovic, On the numerical
solution of an elliptic problem with nonlocal boundary conditions

A. Lanza, M. Pragliola, and F. Sgallari, Parameter-free restoration of
piecewise smooth images

J. Tomanovic, Gauss-type quadrature rules with respect to external
zeros of the integrand

T. DeLillo, J. Mears, and S. Sahraei, Computation of potential flow in
multiply connected domains using conformal mapping

J. Chen, V. Dwarka, and C. Vuik, A matrix-free parallel solution
method for the three-dimensional heterogeneous Helmholtz equation

D. Occorsio, G. Ramella, and W. Themistoclakis, Filtered polynomial
interpolation for scaling 3D images

M. J. Gander, L. Jakabcin, and M. Outrata, Domain truncation,
absorbing boundary conditions, Schur complements, and Pade'

B. Sredojevic, Z. Milovanovic Jeknic, and D. Bojovic, A finite
difference scheme for the approximation of the third initial boundary
value parabolic problem

From: Badih Ghusayni
Date: February 14, 2024
Subject: Contents, Intl J Mathematics and Computer Science, 19 (3)

The following papers can be downloaded freely from the International
Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science via :

Apisit Pakapongpun, Bunthita Chattae, t-Co-cobalancing Numbers

Mahdi Saleh Nayef, Balsam Majed Hamad, Zahraa Abbas Fadel, Goldie
Supplement Extending Modules

Rehab Amer Kamel, Eman Samir Bhaya, A Direct Theorem on Angular
Approximation Using k-Mixed Modulus of Smoothness

Hunar Sherzad Taher, Saroj Kumar Dash, On the square of Fibonacci and
Lucas numbers

Nihad Shareef Khalaf, Aasha Abdulkhleq Ismael, Zainab Abood Ahmed
Al-Bairmani, Samer R. Yassen, Estimating the Effect of Radiation of
Five Types of Uranium Minerals Using the Graph Method

Magi P M, On the distance spectrum of cozero-divisor graph

Shaymaa Mukhlif Shraida, May Mohammed Helal, Areej Salah Mohammed, The
Effect of Vaccination on the Monkeypox Disease by Using Holling Type

Naila Bali, Adel Fridhi, Learning of surface and volume formulas by
Augmented Reality: experimental studies

Roselaine Neves Machado, Luiz Guerreiro Lopes, A higher-order family
of simultaneous iterative methods with Neta's correction for
polynomial complex zeros

Khaled Alajmi, On the commutativity probability in certain finite

Suton Tadee, The Solutions of the Diophantine Equations...

Rosalio G. Artes Jr., Roxanne A. Anunciado, Radana E. Madalim, Jeffrey
Imer C. Salim, Bayah J. Amiruddin-Rajik, Sequential Total Network
Interactions: Connectivity and Proximity Properties

Apirat Siraworakun, Suton Tadee, All Solutions of the Diophantine

Waleed Al-Rawashdeh, Coefficient Bounds of a class of Bi-Univalent
Functions Related to Gegenbauer Polynomials

Jun Francis B. Maldo, Rosalio G. Artes Jr., Applications of
Chuh-Shih-Chieh's Identity in Geodetic Independence Polynomials

Cerina A. Villarta, Rolito G. Eballe, Rosalio G. Artes Jr., Induced
Path Polynomials of the Join and Corona of Graphs

Panuwat Luangchaisri, Thawhat Changphas, r-Ideals of Commutative
Ordered Semigroups

Abdulkareem Alhuraiji, Mashhour Al-Ali Bani-Ata, The Action of the
Chevalley Group on the Singular Subspaces of a 27-Dimensional Module
Over a Field of Characteristic

Arief Wibowo, Julaiha Probo Anggraini, Abdul Haris Achadi, Designing
and Evaluating Search and Rescue Management Applications using the
Rapid Application Development Approach and the Technology Acceptance

Supaporn Saduakdee, Pattana Maliwan, Thitaporn Singthong, Supatta
Sirilap, Varanoot Khemmani, Counting Perfect Matchings in Chain Graphs
with the Specific Colored Faces

Abdelwahab El Najjar, Akram Salem, f(x),g(x)-clean property of rings

Banen Najah Abass, Hassan Rashed Yassein, Design of an Alternative to
Polynomial Modified RSA Algorithm

Kilaru J. Lakshminarayana, V.B.V.N. Prasad, Srinivasa Rao Ravi,
A.V. Ramakrishna, On a Radical of Nearrings Which is Hereditary

Tanapon Poonthong, Pikul Puphasuk, Jeerayut Wetweerapong, Adaptive
differential evolution with archive strategy for solving partitional
clustering problems

Asia Aqeel Abidalzahra, Hassan Rashed Yassein, Proposed Development of
NTRU Encryption

Richard J. Taclay, On the Diophantine Equation

Juan Carlos Lopez Carreno, Rosalba Mendoza Suarez, Jairo Alonso
Mendoza Suarez, Deriving the Partial Fraction Series for the Function
by Applying Hypergeometric Functions Theory

Khwancheewa Wattanatripop, Thodsaporn Kumduang, Thawhat Changphas, The
Partial Algebra of Terms with a Fixed Number of Variables under a
Generalized Superposition

Peter Johnson, Shayne Nochumson, A Characterization of Partition- Good
and Partition-Wonderful Complete Multipartite Graphs

Stephanie O. Espinola, Movable Restrained-Domination in the Corona of

Warud Nakkhasen, Sirirat Phimkota, Ketkanok Phoemkhuen, Aiyared
Iampan, Characterizations of fuzzy Bd-ideals in Bd-algebras

Kawthar Abdulabbas Hassoon, Hassan Rashed Yassein, Proposed
Multi-Dimensional Algebra

Kan Thotakul, Anirut Luadsong, A Numerical Approximation of
Conformable Maxwell-Schrodinger Equations

Ahmed Mohsin Mahdi, Finslerian Projective Metrics with Small Quadratic

Daya K. Nagar, Alejandro Roldan-Correa, Raul Alejandro Moran- Vasquez,
Matrix Variate Generalized Inverted Beta Distribution

Chalongchai Klanarong, Chawalit Boonpok, Characterizations of
weakly-open functions and weakly -closed functions

Monchaya Chiangpradit, Supannee Sompong, Chawalit Boonpok, Properties
of ...

Chokchai Viriyapong, Supannee Sompong, Chawalit Boonpok, Generalized
-closed sets in bitopological spaces

Butsakorn Kong-ied, Supannee Sompong, Chawalit Boonpok, On -
bitopological spaces

Panuwat Luangchaisri, Thawhat Changphas, The Space of Prime Ideals of
an Ordered Semigroup

Maryam Fahd A. Alshammari, Hazzirah Izzati Mat Hassim, Nor Haniza
Sarmin, Ahmad Erfanian, The Union Power Cayley Graph for Cyclic Groups
and its Properties

Nongluk Viriyapong, Supannee Sompong, Chawalit Boonpok, -extremal
disconnectedness in bitopological spaces

Nipaporn Chutiman, Supannee Sompong, Chawalit Boonpok, On regular

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characterizations of ...

Monchaya Chiangpradit, Supannee Sompong, Chawalit Boonpok, C- -closed
sets in bitopological spaces

Ghusoon Idan Arb, Oracle Database Performance Improvement: Using
Trustworthy Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor Technology

Susila Bahri, Indah Fitrialita, Hamidah Nasution, Riri Lestari, Lili
Fajria, Analysis of the Effects of Foreign Travelers and Immigrants on
Omicron Transmission in Indonesia

Waseem Ghazi Alshanti, Iqbal M. Batiha, Ahmad Alshanty, Roshdi Khalil,
Tensor Product of Banach Spaces and Atomic Solutions of Partial
Differential Equations

Malavika N., R. Venkatraman, On the Exponential Diophantine Equation

Date: February 09, 2024
Subject: Contents, J Computations Analysis and Applications, 32 (1)


Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of First Order Neutral
Differential Equations, Abhay Kumar Sethi and Jung Rye Lee

On a Class of k + 1 th-Order Difference Equations With Variable
Coefficients, M. Folly-Gbetoula, D. Nyirenda, and N. Mnguni

Superstability of the Pexider Type Sine Functional Equations, Gwang
Hui Kim

Ternary Hom-Derivation-Homomorphism, Sajjad Khan, Jung Rye Lee, and
Eon Wha Shim

Multifarious Functional Equations in Connection With Three Geometrical
Means, Divyakumari Pachaiyappan, Murali Ramdoss, Jung Rye Lee, and Se
Won Min

Weighted Differentiation Superposition Operator From H-inf To nth
Weighted-Type Space, Cheng-Shi Huang and Zhi-Jie Jiang

Inertial Hybrid and Shrinking Projection Methods For Sums of Three
Monotone Operators, Tadchai Yuying, Somyot Plubtieng, and Issara

Abstract Cauchy Problems in Two Variables and Tensor Product of Banach
Spaces, Roshdi Khalil, Waseem Ghazi Alshanti, Ma2mon Abu Hammad

Approximate Euler-Lagrange Quadratic Mappings on Fuzzy Banach Spaces,
Ick-Soon Chang, Hark-Mahn Kim, and John M. Rassias

On Linear Fuzzy Real Numbers, Sunae Hwang, Hee Sik Kim, and Sun Shin

Octagonal Fuzzy DEMATEL Approach to Study the Risk Factors of Stomach
Cancer, Murugan Suba, Shanmugapriya R, Waleed M. Osman, and Tarek
F. Ibrahim

A General Composite Iterative Algorithm for Monotone Mappings and
Pseudocontractive Mappings In Hilbert Spaces, Jong Soo Jung

Commutative Ideals of BCK-Algebras Based on Makgeolli Structures,
Seok-Zun Song, Hee Sik Kim, Sun Shin Ahn, and Young Bae Jun

An Extension of Soft Operations on Generalized Soft Subsets, Pooja
Yadav, Rashmi Singh, and Surabhi Tiwari

Trigonometric and Hyperbolic Polya Type Inequalities, George A.

Deductive Systems and Filters of Sheffer Stroke Hilbert Algebras Based
on the Bipolar-Valued Fuzzy Set Environment, Hee Sik Kim, Seok-Zun
Song, Sun Shin Ahn, and Young Bae Jun

New Opial and Polya Type Inequalities Over a Spherical Shell, George
A. Anastassiou

Stable Attractors on a Certain Two-dimensional Piecewise Linear Map,
Khanison Youtuam, Benjaporn Thipar, Nararat Thakthuang, and Wirot

Some Properties of the Higher-Order q-Poly-Tangent Numbers and
Polynomials, Cheon Seoung Ryoo

Uniqueness and Solvability of the Singular Cauchy Problem in Gevrey
Spaces, Faiza Derrab

Generalized Completely Monotone Functions on Some Types of White Noise
Spaces, Hossam. A. Ghany, Ahmed. M. Zabel, and Ayat. Nassar

Numerical Investigation of Zeros of The Fully Modified
(p,q)-poly-Euler Polynomials, Cheon Seoung Ryoo

Parametrized Gudermannian Function Induced Banach Space Valued
Ordinary and Fractional Neural Networks Approximations, George A.

Optimization of Adams-type Difference Formulas in Hilbert Space
W2(2,1) (0,1), Kh. M. Shadimetov and R.S. Karimov

Direct Approach to the Stability of Various Functional Equations in
Felbin's Type Non-Archimedean Fuzzy Normed Spaces, John Michael
Rassias, Shalu Sharma, Jyotsana Jakhar, and Jagjeet Jakhar

General Sigmoid Based Banach Space Valued Neural Network Multivariate
Approximations, George A. Anastassiou

From: Journal of Numerical Analysis and Approximation Theory
Date: February 07, 2024
Subject: Contents, J Numerical Analysis and Approximation Theory, 52 (2)

Contents, Journal of Numerical Analysis and Approximation Theory,
Volume 52, Number 2, December 2023.
Founded in 1972, edited and published by the Romanian Academy.

Forward-backward splitting algorithm with self-adaptive method for
finite family of split minimization and fixed point problems in
Hilbert spaces, H.A. Abbas, K. Aremu, O. Oyewole, A. Mebawondu,
O. Narain

Fuzzy Korovkin type Theorems via deferred Cesaro and deferred Euler
equi-statistical convergence, P. Agrawal, B. Baxhaku

Approximation of the Hilbert transform in the Lebesgue spaces,
R. Aliev, L. Alizade

Local convergence analysis of frozen Steffensen-type methods under
generalized conditions, I.K. Argyros, S. George

Extension of primal-dual interior point method based on a kernel
function for linear fractional problem, M. Bouafia, A. Yassine

An extension of the Cheney-Sharma operator of the first kind,
T. Catinas, I. Buda

The rate of convergence of bounded linear processes on spaces of
continuous functions, H. Gonska

New sufficient conditions for the solvability of a new class of
Sylvester- like absolute value matrix equation, S. Kumar, Deepmala,
R.L. Keshtwal

Quenching for discretizations of a semilinear parabolic equation with
nonlinear boundary outflux, K.C. N'Dri, A. Ganon, G. Yoro, K.A. Toure

Localization of Nash-type equilibria for systems with partial
variational structure, A. Stan

Nonlinear random extrapolation estimates of pi under Dirichlet
distributions, S. Wang, Z. Li, W.-Q. Xu

End of Digest