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

- Three New Books from Springer
- Modified Address for Jane Cullum
- Two Postgraduate Courses at University of Reading
- SIAM Conference in San Diego on Discrete Mathematics
- Numerical Analysis Summer School at University of Durham
- Workshop at ICCS on Accelerator Technology
- Session at CMMSE on Parallel Iterative Methods
- Conference in Novosibirsk on Computational Mathematics
- Conference at Cocoyoc on Domain Decomposition Methods
- ILAS Conference at Auburn on Challenges in Matrix Theory
- Postdoctoral and General Memberships at the IMA
- Lectureship Positions at University of Bristol
- Postdoctoral Position at Penn State
- Postdoctoral Position At National University of Singapore
- Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing
- Subscribe, unsubscripe, change address, or for na-digest archives:
- http://www.netlib.org/na-net

Information via e-mail about NA-NET:
* Mail to na.help@na-net.ornl.gov.*

-------------------------------------------------------

From: Martin Peters <LeThi@Springer.de>

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 11:57:00 +0100

**Subject: Three New Books from Springer**

Springer Series in Computational Mathematics Vol. 30: V.S. Ryaben'kii

"Methods of Difference Potentials and its Applications"

2001. DM 159,90/EUR 79,95; Hardcover ISBN 3-540-42633-7

The book presents the method of difference potentials first proposed by the

author in 1969 and contains illustrative examples and new algorithms for

solving applied problems of gas dynamics, diffraction, scattering theory,

and active noise screening. The fundamentals of the method are described in

Parts I-III and its applications in Parts IV-VIII. To get acquainted with

the basic ideas of the method, it suffices to study the Introduction. After

this, each of the Parts VI-VIII can be read independently. The book is

intended for specialists in the field of computational mathematics and the

theory of differential and integral equations, as well as for graduate

students of related specialities.

Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, Vol. 19: I. Babuska,

P.G. Ciarlet, T. Miyoshi (Eds.) "Mathematical Modeling and Numerical

Simulation in Continuum Mechanics - Proceedings of the International

Symposium on Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Simulation in Continuum

Mechanics, Sept. 29-Oct. 3, 2000, Yamaguchi, Japan"

2001. DM 149,90/EUR 74,95; Softcover ISBN 3-540-42399-0

This book shows the latest frontiers of the research by the most active

researchers in the field of numerical mathematics. The papers in the book

were presented at a symposium held in Yamaguchi, Japan. The subject of the

symposium was mathematical modeling and numerical simulation in continuum

mechanics. The topics of the lectures ranged from solids to fluids and

included both mathematical and computational analysis of phenomena and

algorithms. The reader can study the latest results on shells, plates,

flows in various situations, fracture of solids, new ways of exact error

estimates and many other topics.

Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, Vol. 20: T. Barth,

T. Chan, R. Haimes (Eds.) "Multiscale and Multiresolution Methods - Theory

and Applications"

2001. DM 149,90/EUR 74,95; Softcover ISBN 3-540-42420-2

Many computionally challenging problems omnipresent in science and

engineering exhibit multiscale phenomena so that the task of computing or

even representing all scales of action is computationally very expensive

unless the multiscale nature of these problems is exploited in a fundamental

way. Some diverse examples of practical interest include the computation of

fluid turbulence, structural analysis of composite materials, terabyte data

mining, image processing, and a multitude of others. This book consists of

both invited and contributed articles which address many facets of efficient

multiscale representation and scientific computation from varied viewpoints

such as hierarchical data representations, multilevel algorithms, algebraic

homogenization, and others. This book should be of particular interest to

readers interested in recent and emerging trends in multiscale and

multiresolution computation with application to a wide range of practical

problems.

For further information, please contact

Dr. Martin Peters

Senior Mathematics Editor Phone: *49-6221-487 185

Springer-Verlag FAX: *49-6221-487 355

Tiergartenstrasse 17 mailto:Peters@Springer.de

D-69121 Heidelberg, Germany http://www.springer.de/math/peters.html

Visit our Web site at http://www.springer.de

or http://www.springer-ny.com

------------------------------

From: Jane Cullum <cullumj@c3.lanl.gov>

Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 10:15:37 -0700 (MST)

**Subject: Modified Address for Jane Cullum**

Please note the changes in MailStop and Fax Number

Jane K. Cullum

MS B250

Computer and Computational Sciences Division

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos, NM 87545

Email: cullumj@lanl.gov

Phone: 505-665-5382

Fax: 505-665-4972

------------------------------

From: Peter Sweby <p.k.sweby@reading.ac.uk>

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 12:59:03 -0000

**Subject: Two Postgraduate Courses at University of Reading**

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Reading offers two

one-year taught postgraduate training courses, commencing on 1st October:

An MSc in the Numerical Solution of Differential Equations, which is

funded via an EPSRC Master's Training Package (7 studentships).

An MSc in the Mathematical and Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and

Oceans, run jointly with the Meteorology Department, which is funded by

the NERC (5 studentships).

Applications are invited from candidates holding, or expecting to

obtain, a minimum of a lower second class honours degree in mathematics

or joint degree with mathematics, physics or engineering (with a

significant mathematical content). Most qualified UK students would be

eligible to receive funding of fees and stipend from the relevant research

council, and most qualified EU students would be eligible for funding of fees.

Both courses are available on a part-time basis over two years.

For further details see http://www.maths.rdg.ac.uk/ or contact

Sue Davis, Postgraduate Secretary, Department of Mathematics, The

University of Reading, Whiteknights PO Box 220, Reading RG6 6AX, UK.

Tel: 0118 9318991, email: S.Davis@rdg.ac.uk=20

------------------------------

From: Darrell Ross <ross@siam.org>

Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 12:10:05 -0500

**Subject: SIAM Conference in San Diego on Discrete Mathematics**

Conference Name: SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics

Location: Handlery Hotel & Resort, San Diego, California

Dates: August 11-14, 2002

The Call for Presentations for this conference is now available at:

http://www.siam.org/meetings/dm02/

For additional information, contact SIAM Conference Department at

siam@meetings.org

------------------------------

From: Alan Craig <alan.craig@durham.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 15:39:43 +0000

**Subject: Numerical Analysis Summer School at University of Durham**

The 10th LMS/EPSRC Summer School in Numerical Analysis

will take place in the University of Durham, United

Kingdom on the 9th-21st July, 2002.

The speakers and topics will be

Week 1: Sunday 7th July - Friday 12th July 2002

Professor Franco Brezzi: Recent trends in Finite

Element approximation of PDEs

Professor Dr Gerd Dziuk: Mean curvature flow and related topics

Professor Tom Hou: Multiscale problems/methods

Week 2: Sunday 14th July - Friday 19th July 2002

Professor Ernst Hairer: Symplectic methods

Dr. Professor Volker Mehrmann: Generalized eigenproblems,

control applications

Professor Nick Gould: Optimization

The purpose of the Summer Schools has always been the

delivery of high quality instructional courses at

postgraduate level. The intended audience is a wide one,

and will include research students, academics and people

from industry. The lecturers will be encouraged to enable

a person with an elementary knowledge of a subject to

attain reasonable competence in it, or with a good

initial knowledge to identify and begin work on unsolved

problems.

Each week, thirty five funded places are available for

participants eligible for LMS/EPSRC funding. These include UK

post-graduate students and UK academics. There is also a

smaller tranche of funding available for PhD students

from other EU countries. Priority is given to

post-graduate students. The funding covers the cost of

accommodation, but does not include travel expenses. A

nominal registration fee is charged for LMS/EPSRC

supported participants. Details of the fees are included

on the web page linked below.

Others not eligible for EPSRC support are liable for the

cost of registration, accommodation and meals.

For further details (including online registration) see

the web page

http://maths.dur.ac.uk/nass/

or contact

Alan Craig

Department of Mathematical Sciences

University of Durham

South Road

Durham DH1 3LE

England

------------------------------

From: Robert Ryne <RDRyne@lbl.gov>

Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 09:29:46 -0800

**Subject: Workshop at ICCS on Accelerator Technology**

Workshop/Technical Session on

High Performance Computing in Accelerator Science and Technology

to be held in conjunction with the

ICCS 2002 International Conference on Computational Science

April 21 -- 24, 2002 Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Workshop Organizers:

Andreas Adelmann, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

Robert Ryne, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Description:

Large-scale computations are playing an increasingly important role in the

theory, design and development of particle accelerators. Examples include

electromagnetic field calculations, simulation of space-charge dominated

beams and halo formation, beam-beam simulations, simulation of instabilities,

long-term tracking for predicting dynamic aperture, real-time modeling of

accelerators, and the simulation of laser-and plasma-based accelerator concepts.

For these topics, speakers will describe the physical models, numerical

algorithms, and their implementation on high performance computing (HPC)

platforms. Topics will also include the development of parallel frameworks for

building HPC accelerator codes, and visualization techniques for large-scale

data analysis and discovery.

For more information, see http://scidac.nersc.gov/accelerator/hpcpast/

------------------------------

From: Gravvanis George <gag@aegean.gr>

Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 22:07:48 +0200

**Subject: Session at CMMSE on Parallel Iterative Methods**

CALL FOR PAPERS

SPECIAL SESSION: Parallel Iterative Methods and Applications

Chair: Dr Gravvanis George, gag@aegean.gr <mailto:gag@aegean.gr>

In the frame of the

International Conference on Computational and Mathematical

Methods in Science and Engineering (CMMSE 2002),

September 20 - 25, 2002, Alicante, Spain

Topics:

Celestial Mechanics, Computational Chemistry & Physics, Computational

Engineering, Computational Mathematics, Computational Statistics, High

Performance Computing, Industrial Mathematics, Mathematical Economics &

Finance, Mathematical Models for the Information Society

Sponsors:

Universidad de Alicante and the Center for Industrial Mathematics,

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Program:

The conference aims to act as a unifying, crosscutting, interdisciplinary

catalyst where specialists can have exposure to others' fields as well as

participate in special sessions at the forefront of their own specialties.

The program consists of 1-hour plenary lectures that highlight major

accomplishments, trends, and technical challenges in scientific computing in

selected fields of research, special sessions with 25 minute invited talks,

and a poster session.

Call for papers:

Researchers are invited to submit papers for 25 minutes talks

Detailed information about the conference is given at:

www.ua.es/cmmse2002/ <http://www.ua.es/cmmse2002/>

or www.uwm.edu/Dept/CIM <http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CIM>

General Chair:

Prof. Jesus Vigo-Aguiar, Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of

Salamanca, Spain. Email : jvigo@gugu.usal.es <mailto:jvigo@gugu.usal.es>

Phone: +34+923+294400 Ext. 1537

Co-Chair

Prof. Bruce A. Wade, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, University of

Wisconsin- Milwaukee, USA. Email: wade@uwm.edu <mailto:wade@uwm.edu>

Important Dates:

December 15, 2001: Submission of an abstract of appr. 3 A4 pages in standard

LaTeX.

January 30, 2002: Notice of acceptance. Early registration begins.

March 1, 2002: End of early registration. Standard registration begins.

June 15, 2002: Full paper submission. Maximum 10 A4 pages in standard LaTeX.

July 30, 2002: Confirmation. Program is set.

September 20-25, 2002: Conference (9/22 is a free day).

SESSION CONTACT:

To submit please send the copies of the paper to:

Dr. George A. Gravvanis

Department of Information and Communication Systems

University of the Aegean

GR-83200 Karlovasi, Samos, GREECE

E-mail: gag@aegean.gr

Telephone: ++30-273-082230

Fax: ++30-273-082230

Electronic submission is especially encouraged.

------------------------------

From: Lyudmila Tarasevich <lmt@lapasrv.sscc.ru>

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 17:44:38 +0600

**Subject: Conference in Novosibirsk on Computational Mathematics**

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS

ICCM-2002

24-28 June 2002

Akademgorodok, Novosibirsk, Russia

The conference is organized by

THE INSTITUTE OF COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS AND MATHEMATICAL GEOPHYSICS,

Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ICMMG), Novosibirsk

in cooperation with

THE INSTITUTE OF NUMERICAL MODELING (INM SBRAS), Krasnoyarsk.

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

The scientific programme will consist of the invited plenary lectures and

contributed presentations at the following Sections:

1. Computational Algebra,

2. Approximation of Functions and Quadrature Formulas,

3. Numerical Solution of Differential and Integral Equations,

4. Stochastic Simulation and Monte Carlo Methods,

5. Parallel Numerical Algorithms.

The minisymposia within the framework of Sections are supposed to be

organized.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

G.I.Marchuk, Honorary Chairman,

Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Moscow, Russia

G.A.Mikhailov, Chairman, ICMMG, Novosibirsk, Russia

N.S.Bakhvalov, Moscow State University, Russia

B.N.Chetverushkin, Institute of Mathematical Modeling, Moscow, Russia

Y.K.Demjanivich, St.Petersburg University, Russia

S.K.Godunov, Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk, Russia

I.Dimov, Central Laboratory of Parallel Processing, Sofia, Bulgaria

D.Funaro, University of Modena, Italy

G.M.Kobelkov, Moscow State University, Russia

Y.A.Kuznetsov, University of Houston, USA

D.Kwak, KAIST, Taejon, Korea

V.I.Lebedev, Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Moscow, Russia

V.E.Malyshkin, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

Y.Saad, University of Minnesota, USA

V.V.Shaidurov, Institute of Numerical Modeling, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

G.I.Shishkin, Institute of Mathematical Modeling, Ekaterinburg, Russia

Shi Zhong-ci, Institute of Computational Mathematics, Beijing, China

Sh.S.Smagulov, KazSU, Alma-Aty, Kazakhstan

E.E.Tyrtyshnikov, Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Moscow, Russia

V.V.Voevodin, Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Moscow, Russia

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

V.P.Il'in, Chairman, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

N.I.Gorbenko, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

Y.L.Gurieva, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

Y.M.Laevsky, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

M.A.Marchenko, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

A.M.Matsokin, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

V.L.Miroshnichenko, IM, Novosibirsk

S.V.Nepomnyashchikh, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

V.A.Rukavishnikov, CC, Khabarovsk

K.K.Sabelfeld, ICMMG, Novosibirsk

V.M.Sadovski, INM, Krasnoyarsk

E.P.Shurina, NSTU, Novosibirsk

A.F.Voevodin, IH, Novosibirsk

LANGUAGE

The official languages of the ICCM'2002 Conference will be English

and Russian. Translation from Russian into English will be provided.

APPLICATION

The deadline for submitting a registration form together with a 1-page

abstract prepared in standard LATEX without using any special macroses

is January,31, 2002. The registration form and the sample of an abstract

is given below. E-mail submission is preferred to

iccm@sscc.ru

Otherwise, the hard copies of the registration form and the abstract

should be sent at the address:

ICCM-2002,

Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics,

6, Lavrentieva ave.,

Novosibirsk,

630090,

Russia

------------------------------

From: Ismael Herrera <dd14@tonatiuh.igeofcu.unam.mx>

Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 13:41:08 -0600

**Subject: Conference at Cocoyoc on Domain Decomposition Methods**

Plan now to attend the 14th International Conference on Domain

Decomposition Methods, 6-11 January 2002, in idyllic Cocoyoc (Morelos),

Mexico, sixty miles from Mexico City in the heart of the ancient Mayan and

volcanic regions.

Sociedad Matematica Mexicana and Union Geofisica Mexicana and other

sponsors invite you to join an international scientific computing

community for a program of over 80 technical presentations, including 14

invited speakers from Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

Domain Decomposition (DD) is an organizing principle for many concepts and

methodologies in mathematics, computational science, and engineering. As

optimal algorithms and freely available software mature, the objective of

this conference is increasingly to promote understanding and use of DD for

the solution of large-scale computational problems arising in various

fields of science and engineering. The geophysical sciences are of

particular interest at the 2002 meeting. Newcomers to this conference

series are welcome and expected.

All participants are invited to join an organized excursion to the ancient

Toltec city of Xochicalco (near Cuernavaca) on Wednesday, 9 January, the

conference midpoint. Buses to and from the Mexico City airport are

organized for early Monday morning and Friday afternoon.

The early registration deadline (saving US$100) is 30 November 2001.

Please see http://132.248.182.141/dd14/ for further details.

DD14 Local Organizing Committee

------------------------------

From: Frank Uhlig <uhligfd@auburn.edu>

Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 13:25:28 -0600 (CST)

**Subject: ILAS Conference at Auburn on Challenges in Matrix Theory**

The 10th ILAS Conference

"Challenges in Matrix Theory"

at Auburn University, AL USA

June 10 - 13, 2002

Call for Papers

Abstracts of all contributed and invited papers for the conference are due

M A R C H 15, 2 0 0 2

electronically at ilas@auburn.edu.

This conference will feature all aspects of Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory.

The abstracts must be prepared in Latex, following our template at the

conference website

www.auburn.edu/ilas2002

This website contains further information about the conference, such as

lists of invited speakers, mini-symposia etc. It will be updated as new

information becomes available.

The conference theme is "Challenges in Matrix Theory". This is based on

the "Challenges" project, see the `Call for Challenges' in LAA (1996) vol.

233, p. 1-3, the first set of challenge papers in LAA (1998) vol. 278, p.

285 - 336, and the newest set of published matrix challenges in LAA (2000)

vol. 304, p. 179 - 200.

It is the organizer's intent to feature any solutions or significant

progress that has been achieved on these "Challenge" problems at this

conference. Please advise the conference chair, Frank Uhlig

uhligfd@auburn.edu .

------------------------------

From: Douglas Arnold <director@ima.umn.edu>

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 17:24:09 -0600

**Subject: Postdoctoral and General Memberships at the IMA**

The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) at the

University of Minnesota is seeking Postdoctoral Members and Industrial

Postdoctoral Members to begin September 3, 2002 in connection with its

2002-2003 academic-year program on OPTIMIZATION. General memberships

are also available for scientists to spend a month to a year at the IMA

and participant in the program.

The postdoctoral memberships provide an excellent opportunity for

mathematical scientists near the beginning of their career who have a

background in or an interest in learning about optimization and/or

mathematics in an industrial setting. IMA postdoctoral members are

provided with an excellent and extremely stimulating research

environment, connection with a large community of first class

researchers, a mentorship program, a salary of $45,000 annually, and a

research allowance. Many leading mathematical scientists began their

careers as IMA postdocs. All IMA postdoctoral memberships run two

years. In the second year of the appointment there are a variety of

options to enhance career development, including participation in the

2003-2004 academic year program.

For complete information and application forms and procedures, see

http://ima.umn.edu/docs/membership.html . A complete application,

including letters of reference, must be received by January 15, 2002.

The IMA annual program on Optimization, running from September 2002

through June 2003 has quarters of emphasis on "Supply Chain and

Logistics Optimization," "New Optimization Paradigms and Approaches,"

and "Information Technology and Optimization." Detailed information

can be found at http://ima.umn.edu/optimization . The IMA annual

program in 2003-2004 will be on Probability and Statistics in Complex

Systems: Genomics, Networks, and Financial Engineering, and is

described at http://ima.umn.edu/complex .

The IMA is a national institute whose mission is to foster research of

a truly interdisciplinary nature, establishing links between

mathematics of the highest caliber and important scientific and

technological problems from other disciplines and industry, to expand

and strengthen the talent base engaged in mathematical research applied

to or relevant to such problems. It was founded in 1982 and receives

its primary funding from the National Science Foundation.

For further information see http://ima.umn.edu . Inquiries can be

directed to director@ima.umn.edu.

------------------------------

From: Rich Kerswell <R.R.Kerswell@bristol.ac.uk>

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 11:49:58 +0000 (GMT Standard Time)

**Subject: Lectureship Positions at University of Bristol**

LECTURESHIPS in APPLIED MATHEMATICS

The University of Bristol invites applications from candidates who

are actively engaged in internationally leading research for two

Lectureships in Applied Mathematics. Currently the School of

Mathematics has strong applied mathematics research groups in

Dynamical Systems, Fluid Mechanics and Mathematical Physics. However,

applications from any area of applied mathematics will be welcomed.

Appointments will be made on the Lecturer A or B scales (currently

=A320,267-=A332,215) according to relevant experience.

Further particulars are available at

http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/

Applications should be sent to the Personnel Office, Senate House,

Bristol BS8 1TH, quoting Ref. No. 8027 by 9am January 25th 2002, and

should consist of a c.v., details of at least two referees and the

two forms: Job Application Form for Academic and Research Vacancies,

and an Equal Opportunities Form obtainable from

http://www.bris.ac.uk/Depts/Personnel/recruit.htm

The University of Bristol is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

------------------------------

From: Jinchao Xu <xu@math.psu.edu>

Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 07:21:26 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Penn State**

Contingent upon availability of fundings, we will have a postdoc

position open starting from Fall 2002 in the Center for

Computational Matheamtics and Applications of the Pennsylvania State

University (http://www.math.psu.edu/ccma/). Applicants must have a

strong background in numerical methods for partial differential

equations (such as finite element methods) and programming

experiences.

Interested applicants should send application materials to

Professor Jinchao Xu

Department of Mathematics

Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Applications will be considered until the position is filled. Email

applications (sent to xu@math.psu.edu) are also welcome. Email message

may include application materials or a letter pointing to a URL address

for accessing other detailed application materials.

Penn State is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

------------------------------

From: Chu Delin <matchudl@math.nus.edu.sg>

Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 14:55:05 +0800 (SGT)

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position At National University of Singapore**

Research Fellow/Postdoctoral Position in National University of Singapore

The Scientific Computing Group of Department of Mathematics at National

University of Singapore is seeking to hire a research fellow/postdoctoral

associate to conduct research in the area of Numerical Linear Algebra,

Mathematics Control Theory, Analysis/computation of Algebra-Differential

Equations, and Scientific Computing. The position is renewable

annually, for a period more than two years. Salary will be determined

based on University's scales, depending on qualifications.

Interested candidates should send a CV, publication list and the

names of three referees to

Dr Chu Delin

Department of Mathematics

National University of Singapore

2 Science Drive 2

Singapore 117543

Fax: +65 7795452

email: matchudl@math.nus.edu.sg

------------------------------

From: Chi-Wang Shu <shu@cfm.brown.edu>

Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 14:01:00 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing**

Journal of Scientific Computing

Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers

http://www.wkap.nl/journalhome.htm/0885-7474

Volume 16, Number 4, December 2001

Two and three-dimensional Poisson-Nernst-Planck simulations of

current flow through gramicidin A,

Uwe Hollerbach, Duan-Pin Chen and Robert S. Eisenberg, pp.373-409.

On the coupling of local discontinuous Galerkin and conforming

finite element methods,

Ilaria Perugia and Dominik Schotzau, pp.411-433.

Some a posteriori error estimators for p-Laplacian based on residual

estimation or gradient recovery,

Wenbin Liu and Ningning Yan, pp.435-477.

Contact discontinuity capturing schemes for linear advection and

compressible gas dynamics,

Bruno Despres and Frederic Lagoutiere, pp.479-524.

Mesh selection for a nearly singular boundary value problem,

Chris J. Budd, Huaxiong Huang and Robert D. Russell, pp.525-552.

Parallel unstructured dynamic grid direct Monte Carlo simulation

of molecular gas dynamics and its applications,

Abhinav Singh and Yong Zhao, pp.553-568.

A lattice BGK scheme with general propagation,

Zhaoli Guo, Chuguang Zheng and T.S. Zhao, pp.569-585.

------------------------------

End of NA Digest

**************************

-------