- Today's Editor:
- Cleve Moler
- The MathWorks, Inc.
- moler@mathworks.com

- Problem about Nonsquare Linear System
- Eigenvalues of Tridiagonal Matrices
- Change of Address for John J. Hench
- Meeting on Random Matrices at Oxford
- Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
- Conference in Slovakia on Scientific Computing
- Interfaces Between Fuzzy Sets and Interval Analysis
- Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics
- ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms
- Modelling and Computation in Enviromental Sciences
- Postdoctoral Position at University of Graz, Austria.
- Postdoctoral Position at University of Wales, Aberystwyth
- Postdoctoral Position at Coventry University
- Postdoctoral Position at University of Minnesota
- Staff Position at San Diego Supercomputer Center
- Staff Position at Wichita State University
- Research Positions at the NetAGES Project
- Contents, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics
- Contents, East-West Journal of Numerical Mathematics
- Contents, KSIAM Journal

**URL for the World Wide Web:**
http://www.netlib.org/na-net/na_home.html

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From: Gerbi Stephane <gerbi@univ-savoie.fr>

Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 16:21:50 +0200

**Subject: Problem about Nonsquare Linear System**

Dear Na-Netters,

I would like to submit a problem that chemists from my University

gave to me.

Let:

A be an m by n matrix with m < n. (m rows and n columns),

b be a 1 by m real vector, (vector in R^m)

(x_i) for i = 1,p be p n by 1 real vectors (vector in R^n).

I would like to know if it exists a numerical method to solve

the linear system A x = b. Since they "know" where the solution

must live and because the system is under determine, they add the

condition of finding a solution of the linear system x such that

Sum_i^p Norm(x-x_i)^2 is minimum.

They told me that a solution exists.

If such a numerical exists, can you tell me if a package of program

exists too.

Best regards,

Stephane GERBI

Universite de Savoie,

Laboratoire de Mathematiques

Campus Scientifique

73376 Le Bourget du Lac Cedex

France

e-mai l: gerbi@univ-savoie.fr,

phone : +33.(0)4.79.75.87.27

fax : +33.(0)4.79.75.81.42

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From: Nasir Haniffa <nasirhm@fedu.uec.ac.jp>

Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 08:48:31 +0900

**Subject: Eigenvalues of Tridiagonal Matrices**

I am PhD student in Numerical Analysis and I would like to know

(or any reference ) if there is any closed form for the eigenvalues

of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix of the form which I denote for ease

Tri(b, c(a)c , b) where the subdiagonals are formed by 'b' and the main

diagonal is formed by 'a' with first and last values by 'c'.

When c = a, it is the usual tridiagonal matrix arising from

finite differences for which the eigenvalues are known

and when c = a/2, it is the matrix of finite element with

Neumann BC. I want to know the eigenvalues for an arbirary c.

Thank you

Nasir Haniffa

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From: John Hench <JHench@voyan.com>

Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 10:07:31 -0700

**Subject: Change of Address for John J. Hench**

John Hench has new work coordinates:

Dr. John J. Hench

Voyan Technology

3255-7 Scott Blvd

Santa Clara, CA 95054

Phone: (408) 450-4239

Email: jhench@voyan.com

web: http://www.voyan.com

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From: Nick Trefethen <lnt@comlab.ox.ac.uk>

Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 15:39:30 +0100 (BST)

**Subject: Meeting on Random Matrices at Oxford**

An informal meeting on "(Pseudo)spectra of random nonhermitian

matrices" will be held Friday June 30 at the Oxford University

Computing Laboratory. All are welcome. For information see

http://www.comlab.ox.ac.uk/oucl/work/nick.trefethen/workshop.txt.

Nick Trefethen

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From: ISSAC 2001 <issac2001@scl.csd.uwo.ca>

Date: Sun, 18 Jun 2000 14:30:22 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation**

International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC 2001)

July 22-25, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.

See: http://www.orcca.on.ca/issac2001 Email: issac2001@orcca.on.ca

ISSAC is the yearly premier international symposium in Symbolic and

Algebraic Computation. It provides an opportunity to learn of new

developments and to present original research results in all areas of

symbolic mathematical computation.

Recent advances are communicated through its refereed conference

proceedings (available at the conference), prestigious invited talks,

tutorials, product exhibits, poster presentations and other activities.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Conference Committee

General Chair: Erich Kaltofen (NCSU, Raleigh, USA)

Program Committee Chair: Gilles Villard (CNRS-IMAG, Grenoble, France)

Local Arrangements Chair: Greg Reid (UWO, London, Ontario, Canada)

kaltofen@unity.ncsu.edu, Gilles.Villard@imag.fr, Greg.Reid@uwo.ca

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From: Karol Mikula <mikula@vox.svf.stuba.sk>

Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2000 13:52:03 +0200

**Subject: Conference in Slovakia on Scientific Computing**

ALGORITMY 2000

Conference on Scientific Computing

High Tatra Mountains , September 10 - 15, 2000

e-mail: alg2000@vox.svf.stuba.sk

www: http://www.math.sk/alg2000

Scientific Programme Committee:

E.Baensch (Bremen), P.Brunovsky (Bratislava), G.Dziuk (Freiburg),

W.Jaeger (Heidelberg), J.Kacur (Bratislava), J.Komornik (Bratislava),

G.Meyer (Atlanta), K.Mikula (Bratislava), M.Rumpf (Bonn),

J.A.Sethian (Berkeley), M.Vajtersic (Bratislava)

The main topics of the conference:

* computational fluid dynamics

* heat and mass transfer

* flow in porous media

* image processing and computer vision

* computational finance

* free boundary problems

* inverse problems

* data analysis and pattern recognition

* scientific visualization

* software for scientific computations.

Plenary speakers:

E.Baensch (Bremen), M. Benes (Prague),

Gui-Qiang Chen (Northwestern University, Evanston),

C.M. Elliott (Brighton), H.-J. Diepers (Aachen),

G.Dziuk (Freiburg), R. E. Ewing (Texas A&M),

K.Johannsen (Heidelberg), J. Kacur (Bratislava),

J.Komornik (Bratislava), M. Kratka (Chicago), D. Kroener (Freiburg),

R.Malladi (Berkeley), G. Meyer (Atlanta), T. Preusser (Bonn),

A.Sarti (Bologna/Berkeley), K. Siebert (Freiburg), J. Sethian (Berkeley),

Z.Strakos (Prague/Atlanta), R. Strzodka (Bonn), S. Turek (Dortmund),

D.W.Walker (Cardiff/Oak Ridge), J. Weickert (Mannheim)

If you are interested to attend and present a talk, it is still possible to

register at the conference web page:

http://www.math.sk/alg2000

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From: Vladik <vladik@cs.utep.edu>

Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 18:20:28 -0600 (MDT)

**Subject: Interfaces Between Fuzzy Sets and Interval Analysis**

CALL FOR PAPERS

Fuzzy Sets and Systems

Special Issues: Interfaces Between Fuzzy Sets and Interval Analysis

http://www-math.cudenver.edu/~wlodwick/journals/fss-call.html

Fuzzy set theory when restricted to sets of real numbers can be approached

via intervals and interval analysis. The intimate relationship between

interval analysis and fuzzy set theory is especially apparent in fuzzy

arithmetic, fuzzy optimization and some areas of fuzzy mathematical

analysis. A unimodal fuzzy membership function can be formed from a

continuum of intervals corresponding to alpha-levels or a continuum of

disconnected intervals for multi-modal fuzzy membership functions.

Intervals are one type of fuzzy set possessing a rectangular membership

function. This being the case, the issues and mathematical analysis

associated with fuzzy set theory and interval analysis are mutually

relevant. We invite papers on advances that clearly demonstrate the

interrelationships between fuzzy set theory and interval analysis.

In addition to new results in theoretical analysis, innovative

applications, and computer implementations, we invite insightful surveys.

All contributions must be original, not published elsewhere, and written

clearly in English. Please send 5 copies of your paper to the Guest

Editor before 01/01/2001.

Guest editor: Professor Weldon A. Lodwick

Department of Mathematics - Campus Box 170

University of Colorado at Denver

P.O. Box 173364

Denver, Colorado 80217-3364

weldon.lodwick@cudenver.edu

Telephone: + 303 556-8462

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From: Bette Byrne <Bette.Byrne@comlab.ox.ac.uk>

Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 12:25:28 +0000

**Subject: Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics **

ICFD CONFERENCE ON NUMERICAL METHODS IN FLUID DYNAMICS

26 March - 29 March 2001

INCORPORATING THE BILL MORTON PRIZE

Invited Speakers include:

M J Baines (Reading)

T J Barth (NASA Ames)

J-D Benamou (INRIA-Rocquencourt)

F Brezzi (Pavia)

S M Deshpande (IISC- Bangalore)

C Farmer (Geoquest)

A J Keane (Southampton)

D Kroner (Freiburg)

R LeVeque (Washington)

R Rannacher (Heidelberg)

P L Roe (Michigan)

S J Sherwin (Imperial-London)

E Suli (Oxford)

N P Weatherill (Swansea)

For further information please contact

Mrs B Byrne

Oxford University Computing Laboratory

Wolfson Building, Parks Road

Oxford OX1 3QD, UK

Telephone: +44-1865-273883

Facsimile: +44-1865-273839

Email: bette@comlab.ox.ac.uk

www: http://web.comlab.ox.ac.uk/

oucl/people/bette.byrne.html

or see the Conference web site

http://web.comlab.ox.ac.uk/oucl/people/bette.byrne/1annb.html

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From: C. Young <cyoung@siam.org>

Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 09:29:48 -0400

**Subject: ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms**

The Twelfth Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on DISCRETE ALGORITHMS (SODA01)

Location: Wyndham City Center Hotel, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Dates: January 7-9, 2001

Reminder, the Call for Presentations deadlines for SODA01 are fast

approaching!

To submit a LONG form abstract go to:

http://www.sigact.acm.org/~soda01a/SODA2001.html

DEADLINE - JULY 7 no later than 5:00 PM EDT

To submit a SHORT form abstract go to:

http://www.sigact.acm.org/~soda01b/SODA2001.html

DEADLINE - AUGUST 2, 2000 no later than 5:00 PM EDT

For additional information, contact SIAM Conference Department at

siam@meetings.org

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From: Jochen Hittler <Jochen.Hittler@IWR.Uni-Heidelberg.De>

Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 11:33:02 +0200

**Subject: Modelling and Computation in Enviromental Sciences**

International Conference on

Modelling and Computation in Enviromental Sciences

Oct 30 - Nov 2, 2000

Bad Herrenalb, Germany

IWR and STZ Technical Simulation

Research Network

WiR Baden-W=FCrttemberg

GAMM Fachauschu=DF ScientificComputing

Introduction

This international conference was initiated in 1995 and acts as a focus

for recent advances and innovations being made in modelling and

computation of environmental processes.

The use of computer based models in this domain is still rapidly

expanding and new solutions are being developed. This symposium will

provide a forum for leading reseachers, scientists, and engineers. It

will also promote closer collaboration between scientists interested in

this field.

Conference topics

surface and subsurface hydrodynamics

surface and subsurface transport

microbial and reactive processes

flow in porous and fractured media

heterogenity

multiphase flow

parameter estimation and scale up

coastal flow

flow in rivers and channels

sedimentation

optimization techniques

numerical methods

density driven groundwater flow

flow and transport in the atmosphere

Invited speakers

S. Attinger, Z=FCrich

H. Class, Braunschweig

M. Espedal, Bergen

R. Ewing, College Station

G. Haase, Linz

T. Hou, Pasadena

C. Pruess, Berkeley

A. Quarteroni, Lausanne

W. Rodi, Karlsruhe

W. Sch=E4fer, Heidelberg

M. Wheeler, Austin

Organizers

P. Bastian, Heidelberg

R. Helmig, Braunschweig

W. J=E4ger, Heidelberg

W. Kinzelbach, Z=FCrich

G. Wittum, Heidelberg

You need more information?

http://www.wir-bawue.de

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From: Karl Kunisch <karl.kunisch@kfunigraz.ac.at>

Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 17:12:53 +0200

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Graz, Austria.**

POST-DOCTORIAL position at the Research Center on Control and Optimization

at the University of Graz, Austria.

Within the research Center on Control and Optimization at the Department

of Mathematics at the University of Graz a postdoctorial position in Applied

mathematics will become available.

The successfull candidate must have a strong background in numerical

analysis and differential equations. Additional experience in the areas

of Optimization and/or Navier Stokes equations is desirable. Good working

knowledge of the English language is essential.

We offer execallent working conditions in a lively research environment.

The position is expected to become available in the early fall. The

duration of the first contract will depend on the qualifications of the

candidate. It is expected that the position will be available for a

period of almost four years.

Interested candidates are encouraged to send an application with c.v.

and publication list to:

Prof. Karl Kunisch

Institut fuer Mathematik

Universitaet Graz

Heinrichstrasse 36

A-8010 Graz, Austria.

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From: T. N. Phillips <tnp@aber.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 16:36:20 +0100

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Wales, Aberystwyth**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

UNIVERSITY OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH

POSTDOCTORAL POSITION

The Department of Mathematics has been awarded funding by the

EPSRC Process Engineering Programme for a project concerned with

the computation of non-Newtonian flows on heterogeneous

networks of processors.

There is a vacancy for a postdoctoral position commencing

1 September 2000 for a period of eight months. Further

grant applications are pending and the initial appointment

may be extended.

Applicants should hold, or expect to obtain in the near

future, a PhD in applied mathematics or engineering.

Familiarity with the spectral element method and/or

parallel computing hardware and message passing

software would be an advantage.

Applications should be made by sending a curriculum vitae and names

of two academic referees to Professor T.N. Phillips, Department

of Mathematics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth SY23 3BZ, UK.

Informal enquiries are welcomed either by phone

(+44 1970 622769) or by email (tnp@aber.ac.uk).

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From: Bo Zhang <b.zhang@coventry.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 16:14:32 +0100

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Coventry University**

School of Mathematical and Information Sciences

Coventry University

Coventry, UK

Applications are invited for an 18-month postdoctoral position to work on

the EPSRC-funded project "Singular Integral Equations on Infinite Domains

with Application to Scattering by Infinite Lipschitz Surfaces". The aim of the

project is to develop a theoretical analysis of problems of acoustic and

electromagnetic scattering by effectively unbounded non-smooth (Lipschitz)

surfaces.

Applicants should have (or be close to completing) a PhD in applied analysis

and/or integral or partial differential equations. The ideal candidate should

also have experience of boundary integral equation methods and/or wave

scattering problems.

Further details may be obtained from

http://www.mis.coventry.ac.uk/~bzhang/postdoc.htm

and informal enquiries cam also be made to Dr Bo Zhang

(B.Zhang@coventry.ac.uk) or Dr Simon Chandler-Wilde

(Simon.Chandler-Wilde@brunel.ac.uk).

The post is on the RA1A scale, =A315,738 - =A324,012, depending on

qualifications, age and experience.

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From: Kathy Boyer <boyer@ima.umn.edu>

Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 16:21:03 -0500

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Minnesota**

Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) http://www.ima.umn.edu

The IMA announces two-year Regular postdoctoral research memberships

effective September 1, 2001. The postdoctoral terms will include the

academic-year program on Mathematics in the Geosciences 2001-2002. The

second year of the appointment will provide a variety of options to enhance

career development, including participation in the 2002-2003 annual program

on Optimization.

IMA announces two-year Industrial postdoctoral research memberships. These

appointments are in addition to the regular IMA 2001-2002 postdoctoral

program Mathematics in the Geosciences and are funded jointly by NSF and

industry. They are designed to prepare mathematicians for research careers

involving industrial interaction. Industrial Postdoctorates will spend 50%

effort in the IMA program and 50% effort working with scientists from

industry.

Eligibility: All requirements for a doctorate should be completed by

September 1, 2001. Applicants must show evidence of mathematical

excellence, but they do not need to be a specialist in the field. The

following materials must be submitted (all materials should arrive by Jan.

15, 2001): (1) personal statement of scientific interest, research plans,

and reasons for wishing to participate in the Mathematics in the

Geosciences program or the Industrial Program (this is an essential part

of the application); (2) curriculum vitae and a list of publications; (3)

three letters of recommendation, to be sent directly to the IMA, (4) Submit

the Official IMA Application form located at

http://www.ima.umn.edu/docs/genapp.html.

Senior memberships are also available. Preference will be given to

supplementary support for persons with sabbatical leaves, fellowships, or

other stipends.

Send to: Visiting Membership Committee, Institute for Mathematics and its

Applications, University of Minnesota, 400 Lind Hall, 207 Church St. SE,

Minneapolis, MN 55455-0436 U.S.A. The University of Minnesota is an Equal

Opportunity Educator and Employer.

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From: Tim Kaiser <tkaiser@sdsc.edu>

Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 09:25:08 -0700

**Subject: Staff Position at San Diego Supercomputer Center**

Posting Number: 021600-G

San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC)

Payroll Title: PROGRAMMER/ANALYST III

Hiring Salary Range: $47,000-82,900/year

Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled

Review of resumes will begin on June 21, 2000 and will continue until

the position is filled.

Description

Analyze, evaluate, and identify tools for enabling the efficient usage

of SDSC's supercomputers. Tools include debuggers, profilers, libraries,

and compilers. Present results in written documentation, informal

discussions, and training sessions, to provide advanced technical

guidance to others on an ongoing basis and be recognized as a resource

in the area of parallel tools and environments. Remain abreast of and

help advance the state-of-the-art in the area of tools for parallel

scientific programming on supercomputers through collaboration in proposals

and R&D with UCSD Computer Systems Engineering and other external

organizations. Work on multiple problems or tasks, not necessarily well

defined, and make recommendations that impact an entire project or system.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related scientific field

with relevant programming experience or a comparable combination of

education and experience. Demonstrated work experience with at least

one of the specified: key programming languages such as Fortran, C, or C++,

and application development environments relevant to high performance

computer programming and debugging. Advanced knowledge of parallel

application development and the application and development environments

relevant to supercomputing programming (Unix). Ability to perform studies

to determine requirements for parallel programming tools and applicability

of tools to particular projects. Excellent oral and written communication

skills.

For information about the SDSC, visit http://www.sdsc.edu/.

EEO/AA Employer

Applications

For Recruitment Information and Selection Procedures, please refer to

the Manager's Workbench at http://joblink.ucsd.edu/awb

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From: David Alexander <dra@twsuvm.uc.twsu.edu>

Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 09:26:08 -0500

**Subject: Staff Position at Wichita State University**

System Administrator/Trainer

High Performance Computing Center

Wichita State University

A full-time position responsible for system administration of the SGI

Origin 2000 computer in the High Performance Computing Center (HiPeCC) at

Wichita State University and for training faculty and students in effective

utilization of the machine is now available. For information and

application materials, go to http://web.physics.twsu.edu/hipecc. This

position offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and an

opportunity to work with faculty in an intellectually stimulating

environment. Time for personal research is included in the job

description. The starting date is negotiable, but preferably by August 14,

2000. To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by July

10, 2000; the position will remain open until position filled. AA/EOE. For

information contact David Alexander at (316) 978-3988 or

dra@twsuvm.uc.twsu.edu or FAX at (316) 978-3350.

Best regards,

Dave

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From: Armin Iske <iske@mathematik.tu-muenchen.de>

Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 13:41:34 +0200

**Subject: Research Positions at the NetAGES Project**

Four Ph.D. scholarships in; applied mathematics, computer vision, and

signal/image processing are available from a consortium comprising of:

GECO Research (SSR), Stavanger, Norway.

Munich University of Technology (TUM), Mathematics Department, Germany.

Stavanger University College (HiS), Dept. Electr. & Comp. Eng., Norway.

University of Vienna (UniVie), Mathematics Department, Austria.

The Ph.D. students will participate in the new European Union research

and training project

NetAGES (Network for Automated Geometry Extraction from Seismic)

The partners intend to provide cross-training of the young researchers

between industry and academia and across academic institutions.

The scientific objective is to develop new methodologies for updating

3D geometric descriptions based on measurement data and modelled

responses applied to petroleum reservoir life cycle monitoring using

seismic data. This is a problem area with a high research focus and

significant implication for the oil and gas industry. The highly

skilled multi-disciplinary team of SSR is a leading solution provider

in this area. The Ph.D. students' missions will be to develop new and

complementary competencies in automatic 3D geometry extraction and up-

and down-scaling technologies.

The NetAGES consortium is an equal opportunities employer, the positions

are open to all qualified European candidates without regard to race,

creed, sex or physical mobility. The Ph.D.'s are expected to start in

September 2000.

All positions are of three years duration. The students must expect a

high level of travel activities during the project, with the expenses

covered by the consortium. The salaries will be compatible with similar

positions at the respective institutions. Applications should be sent to

Schlumberger Stavanger Research, Attn: NetAGES, P.O. Box 330, 4002 Stavanger,

Norway, fax +47 51 50 65 00 or email to NetAGES@Stavanger.Geco-Prakla.slb.com.

Further information on the four Ph.D. positions may be obtained at

http://www.slb.com/research/stavanger/NetAGES/ or by contacting the partners:

Dr. Kjetil Fagervik, SSR (fagervik@stavanger.geco-prakla.slb.com,

+47 51 50 63 35)

Dr. Trygve Randen SSR (randen@slb.com +47 51 50 64 19)

Dr. Armin Iske, TUM (iske@mathematik.tu-muenchen.de, +49 89 289-28375)

Prof. Jan Erik =D8deg=E5rd, HiS (jan.e.odegard@tn.his.no, +47 51 83 20 44)

Prof. Hans Georg Feichtinger, UniVie (fei@tyche.mat.univie.ac.at,

+43-1-4277 50696)

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From: SibJNM <sibjnm@sscc.ru>

Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 11:37:18 +0600

**Subject: Contents, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics**

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Volume 3, No. 3 2000

For information to contributors and about subscriptions

see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

A.S. Alekseev, B.G. Mikhailenko

Numerical-analytical algorithms of solution to the forward and

the inverse problems in seismology

(in English), pp.191-214

A.B. Andreev, T.D. Todorov

Lumped mass error estimates for an isoparametric finite element

eigenvalue problem

(in English), pp.215-228

P.W. Hemker, G.I. Shishkin, L.P. Shishkina

Distributing the numerical solution of parabolic singularly perturbed

problems with defect correction over independent processes

(in English), pp.229-258

I.V. Konnov

Properties of gap functions for mixed variational inequalities

(in English), pp.259-270

V.M. Kovenya

Splitting methods for the numerical

solution of multi-dimensional problems of gas dynamics

(in English), pp.271-280

V.A. Ogorodnikov, A.V. Protasov

Variational methods of data assimilation in the problem of stochastic

modelling of complexes of hydrometeorological fields

(in English), pp.281-294

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From: Technical Group <journal@dodo.inm.ras.ru>

Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 16:35:45 +0400 (MSD)

**Subject: Contents, East-West Journal of Numerical Mathematics**

EAST-WEST JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS

Vol.8, No.2, 2000, pp.83-152

CONTENTS

Discrete Sobolev and Poincare inequalities via Fourier series

S.C. Brenner and L.-Y. Sung

Mortar finite volume element approximations

of second order elliptic problems

R. Ewing, R. Lazarov, T. Lin, and Y. Lin

Mortar estimates independent of number of subdomains

J. Gopalakrishnan

Lax-Wendroff type second order evolution Galerkin

methods for multidimensional hyperbolic systems

M. Lukacova-Medvid'ova and G. Warnecke

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From: Do Y. Kwak <dykwak@math.kaist.ac.kr>

Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2000 10:09:20 +0900

**Subject: Contents, KSIAM Journal**

Contents of KSIAM Journal Vol 4 No 1

Duality for nonsmooth multiobjective fractional programming with

V--invexity Hun Kuk 1-10

Parameter estimation problem for nonhysteretic infiltration in soil

Chung-Ki Cho, Sungkwon Kang and YongHoon Kwon 11 -22

On the security of certain hyperelliptic curves

Insuk Kim, SungTae Jun 23-28

A criterion on primitive roots modulo

Hwasin Park, Joongsoo Park and Daeyeoul kim 29-38

T-Fuzzy integrals of set-valued mappings

Sung Jin Cho 39-48

On the numerical inversion of the laplace transform by the use of an

optimized legendre polynomial Abdulaziz Al-Shuaibi 49-66

Error estimates and superconvergence for finite element

approximation for nonlinear parabolic problems Qian Li 67-78

Accuracy of iterative refinement of eigenvalue problems

Jolanta Gluchowska-Jastrzebska, Alicja Smoktunowicz 79-92

Issues of estimation in the monitoring of constant flow continuous

streams S. S. Dragomir 93-100

Further bounds for the estimation error variance of a continuous

stream with stationary variogram S. S. Dragomir 101-106

The existence theorem of orthogonal matrices with p nonzero entries

Gi-Sang Cheon, Sang-Gu Lee and Seok-Zun Song 107-118

A numerical analysis of czochralski single crystal growth of silicon

with misaligned cusp magnetic fields Chang Nyung Kim 119 -130

Some properties of mutual information and typical set

Young Soo Lee 131-142

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