NA Digest Sunday, December 16, 2001 Volume 01 : Issue 47

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From: Shaun Forth <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 12:45:25 +0000
Subject: Presentations from Automatic Differentiation Workshop

As is becoming our custom, we have posted the presenter's slides from
our recent Automatic Differentiation Workshop/Symposium on the Web. For
those interested in this field but who were unable to make it please go to:

or if the long URL defeats you, follow links from

Shaun Forth
Bruce Christianson


From: Ernest Rothman <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 06:33:55 -0500
Subject: MATLAB on MacOS X Petition

Those who would like to see The Mathworks port MATLAB to Mac OS X may be
interested in the on-line petition apparently written by Kimo Johnson.
The URL is:


From: Rocketcalc <>
Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2001 14:55:28 -0500
Subject: Personal Cluster Computer

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From: Luc Wuytack <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 14:28:35 +0100 (MET)
Subject: New Book on the History of Numerical Analysis

New Book on:
"Numerical Analysis: Historical Developments in the 20th Century"
(eds. Brezinski C, Wuytack L.), North Holland, Amsterdam.

This book brings together 16 papers dealing with historical developments,
survey papers and recent trends in selected areas of numerical analysis,
such as: approximation and interpolation, solution of linear systems and
eigenvalue problems, iterative methods, quadrature rules, solution of
ordinary -, partial - and integral equations. The papers are reprinted from
the 7-volume project of the 'Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics'
on 'Numerical Analysis 2000'. An introductory survey paper deals with the
history of the first courses on numerical analysis in several countries and
with the landmarks in the development of important algorithms and concepts
in the field. More information can be found at:
The contents of the book is as follows:
- C. Brezinski, L. Wuytack, Numerical analysis in the twentieth century
- G. A. Watson, Approximation in normed linear spaces
- Y. Nievergelt, A tutorial history of least squares with applications to
astronomy and geodesy
- C. Brezinski, Convergence acceleration during the 20th century
- M. Gasca, T. Sauer, On the history of multivariate polynomial interpolation
- J. Dongarra, V. Eijkhout, Numerical linear algebra algorithms and software
- Y. Saad, H. Van der Vorst, Iterative solution of linear systems in the 20th
- G. Golub, H. Van der Vorst, Eigenvalue computation in the 20th century
- T. Yamamoto, Historical developments in convergence analysis for Newton's
and Newton-like methods
- S. G. Nash, A survey of truncated-Newton methods
- R. Cools, I. P. Mysovskikh, H. J. Schmid, Cubature formulae and orthogonal
- D. P. Laurie, Computation of Gauss-type quadrature formulas
- K. Stueben, A review of algebraic multigrid
- V. Thomee, From finite differences to finite elements (a short history of
numerical analysis of PDEs)
- C.T.H. Baker, A perspective on the numerical treatment of Volterra equations
- J. C. Butcher, Numerical methods for ordinary differential equations in the
twentieth century
- C. T. H. Baker, Retarded differential equations


From: Hennie De Schepper <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 18:45:17 +0100
Subject: Extended Deadline for ACOMEN 2002


We are pleased to announce that the deadline for submission of abstracts
to the conference ACOMEN 2002 has been extended till January 20th.

More information can be found at the conference website:

Hennie De Schepper
Department of Mathematical Analysis
Ghent University

Galglaan 2, B-9000 Gent, Belgium

tel: +32 9 264 48 97
fax: +32 9 264 49 87



From: Giuliano Antoniol <>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 12:08:53 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Conference in Montreal on Software Maintenance

IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance 2002
Sponsored by IEEE
ICSM-2002, Montreal, Canada, 3-6 October 2002
Call for Papers
Theme: Maintaining distributed heterogeneous systems

ICSM is the major international conference in the field of software and
systems maintenance, evolution, and management. This year's theme
elaborates on last year's theme of "systems and software evolution in the
era of the internet". Standalone legacy applications of yesterday and
novel applications using today's technologies are rapidly becoming
integrated as part of enterprise-wide and industry-wide systems. The need
for rapid integration has led to many distributed heterogeneous systems
that are very challenging to maintain and evolve.

ICSM 2002 will address these new scenarios and the major challenges on
maintenance and evolution. The focus of the conference will be on the new
challenges that heterogeneous systems pose for software maintenance, and
the new opportunities for researchers and practitioners. A main goal of
ICSM is to promote interaction between researchers and practitioners. ICSM
2002 will bring together researchers, practitioners, developers and users
of tools, technology transfer experts, and project managers.

Jon Pincus (Microsoft) will describe how Microsoft handles software
enhancements. Other outstanding Keynote speakers are being arranged. Past
conferences have had Parnas, Rombach, McCabe, and Jacobson.

ICSM-2002 will offer technical presentations and demonstrations from
academia and industry. We are particularly interested in exchanging
concepts, prototypes, research ideas, and other results that could
contribute to the academic arena and also benefit business and the
industrial community. ICSM 2002 will be participatory, with working
collaborative sessions and presentations of industry projects.

The Conference will be held in conjunction with:

WESS -- Workshop on Empirical Studies of Software Maintenance.
SCAM -- Source Code Analysis and Manipulation
WSE -- Workshop on WEBsite Evolution

Topics of interest include but are not restricted to the following aspects
of maintenance and evolution:

- Methods and theories - Maintenance and/or productivity metrics
- Organizational frameworks - Preventive maintenance
- Design for maintenance - Tools and environments
- Life cycle and process control - Models/methods for error prediction
- User interface evolution - Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)
- Third party maintenance - Freeware and open source applications
- Program comprehension - Software and system visualisation
- Knowledge based systems - Measurement of software
- Formal methods - Legal aspects and standards
- Software reusability - Internet and distributed systems
- Empirical studies - Testing and regression testing
- Remote, tele-work - Version and configuration management
- Processes and strategies - Management and organisation
- Co-operative applications - Source code analysis and manipulation
- Processes and strategies - Impact of new software practices
- Programming languages - Reengineering and reverse engineering
- Multimedia systems


Research Papers: deadline: 15 Feb. 2002,
Fast Track Papers: deadline: 1 May 2002,
Dissertation Forum: deadline: 15 Febr. 2002,
Industrial Applications: deadline: 15 March 2002,
Tutorials: deadline: 15 Feb. 2002,


From: Dirk Praetorius <>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 19:00:33 +0100
Subject: GAMM Seminar in Vienna on Microstructures

Announcement of Workshop in 01/2002
Vienna GAMM Seminar on Microstructures
January 18 till 20, 2002
at Vienna University of Technology, Austria,

focuses on Computational Material Sciences,
Micromagnetism, Microstructural Materials,
involving Plasticity, Damage, Phase Transitions,
Variational and Relaxation approaches.

C. Carstensen (Vienna),
K. Hackl (Bochum),
T. Schrefl (Vienna).

Please register until Dec 15, 2001, by e-mail
to and give
title and abstract for your contributed talks.

List of participants includes (till now)
H.D. Alber (Darmstadt), M. Arndt (Bonn),
M. Brokate (Muenchen), G. Dolzmann (Maryland),
M. Fuchs (Saarbruecken), M. Kruzik (Bonn),
M. Lazar (Zagreb), S. Mueller (Leipzig),
P. Plechac (Warwick), M.O. Rieger (Pittsburgh),
S. Sauter (Zuerich), R. Warnke (Zuerich),
C. Wieners (Augsburg)

Details on a (moderate) fee for tea and coffee
(to be paid in Euro after arrival) as well as
on a meeting point on Tuesday night etc. will
be fixed a.s.a.p. Please do not hesitate to
contact us for any assistance on your travel
arrangements or accommodation reservations in
Vienna. The web site
maintains current and latest informations.


From: Juan Montijano <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 08:15:27 +0100
Subject: Session at CMMSE on Numerical Integration of ODEs

SPECIAL SESSION: New Trends and Methods in the Numerical Integration of ODEs
Chair: Dr Juan I. Montijano,

In the frame of the

International Conference on Computational and Mathematical
Methods in Science and Engineering (CMMSE 2002),
September 20 - 25, 2002, Alicante, Spain

Numerical solution of general ODEs, Geometric integration, Numerical
solution of DAEs

Universidad de Alicante and the Center for Industrial Mathematics,
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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: <>
or <>

General Chair:
Prof. Jesus Vigo-Aguiar, Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of
Salamanca, Spain. Email : <>
Phone: +34+923+294400 Ext. 1537

Prof. Bruce A. Wade, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, University of
Wisconsin- Milwaukee, USA. Email: <>


From: Luca Paglieri <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 12:28:49 +0100
Subject: Workshop in Milan on Numerical HaemoFluidDynamics

Workshop announcement:

Cardiovascular System: from Mathematical Models to Clinical Applications
March 4-8, 2002
MOX - Politecnico di Milano - Milan (Italy)

organized by:
ASNS - Amici della Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa (IT)
AMIF - Applied Mathematics Industrial Flow Problems
MOX - Laboratory of Modeling and Scientific Computing - Politecnico di Milano

Scientific coordinators:
Prof. A. Quarteroni, Politecnico di Milano (IT) and EPFL (CH)
Prof. A. Veneziani, Politecnico di Milano (IT)

For more information, please visit

and/or the MOX web pages

or contact Mrs Pamela Palazzini ,


From: Jim Varah <>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 12:46:05 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Faculty Positions at University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia
Department of Computer Science
Research and Teaching Faculty Positions

The Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia
is recruiting for several tenure-track or tenured positions.
Appointments at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and
Professor are possible.

One of the University's highest academic priorities is to continue to
grow as a leading centre in Computer Science, and outstanding candidates
are sought to participate in this effort. Applicants must demonstrate
exceptional research potential and teaching ability. Successful
candidates are expected to pursue an active research program, perform both
graduate and undergraduate teaching, and supervise graduate students.
The Department will consider outstanding
applicants over all areas of Computer Science research.
The ability of an applicant's research program to complement and extend
the existing research strengths of the department will be an important
factor in selection. A Ph.D. or equivalent in Computer Science or
a related area is required. The positions are available as of 1 July 2002,
and salary will be commensurate with experience.

The University of British Columbia is situated on the tip of a
peninsula, and is surrounded by beaches, lush green forests, and spectacular
views of ocean, mountains and downtown Vancouver. Just 20 minutes away
from both downtown and airport, this location enjoys a unique
combination of unsurpassed opportunities for outdoor recreation and easy
access to an exciting cosmopolitan city.

Applicants should submit their resume and the names of at least three
references to Nick Pippenger, Chair, Recruiting Committee, Department of
Computer Science, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4.
UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity.
We encourage all qualified persons to apply. In order to address
underrepresentation of members of designated equity groups among senior
faculty, we may consider making an appointment at a higher rank for a woman,
visible minority, disabled, or aboriginal applicant with exceptional
qualifications. The positions are subject to availability of funding.


From: Georgina Copeland <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 14:00:40 +0000
Subject: Faculty Positions at University of Warwick

University of Warwick

Senior lectureship and lectureship in mathematical and computational
analysis applied to bioinformatics, genomics and/or proteomics.
The Department of Mathematics wishes to appoint a lecturer and senior
lecturer in the area of mathematical and computational analysis
applied to bioinformatics, genomics and/or proteomics. These areas
should be interpreted in a broad sense and all those with
mathematical and computational interests in molecular and cellular
biology are encouraged to apply. As well as being members of the
Department of Mathematics, the appointees will belong to the newly
created Centre for Scientific Computing. They will join the
mathematical biology group in the Mathematics Department. This group
has strong links with the Department of Biological Sciences and the
appointees will be encouraged to strengthen these further. Potential
candidates who require further details are encouraged to contact
Professor Rand ( to discuss these posts.
The newly-established Centre for Scientific Computing aims to
facilitate computationally driven research of the highest calibre
throughout the sciences and engineering at Warwick University.
Further information about the Centre may be found at the Web-site, or by contacting the Director,
Professor M P Allen (Tel: 024 765 74100, e-mail:

Application forms and further particulars can be obtained from the
Personnel Office, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL. Telephone:
024 7652 3627 and from
Please quote reference 16/2A/01. Closing date for applications is 7th
January 2002.

University of Warwick
Department of Mathematics
Lectureships in Mathematics

Applications are invited for lectureships in the Department of
Mathematics and also for Warwick Zeeman Lectureships which are
tenable for 3 years. Applications from all areas of mathematics are

Further information may be obtained from and enquiries may be made to Professor
David Rand (email

Application forms and further particulars can be obtained from the
Personnel Office, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL. Telephone:
024 7652 3627 and from
Please quote reference 16/A/01. Closing date for applications is 7th
January 2002.


From: Bob Russell <>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 15:22:31 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Postdoctoral Positions at Simon Fraser University

Postdoctoral Fellowships
Applied and Computational Mathematics Group
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Simon Fraser University
Vancouver, CANADA

The Applied and Computational Mathematics Group of Simon Fraser University
invites applications for postdoctoral positions in numerical PDEs. We seek
promising researchers, generally within 3 years of their PhD, who have
particular expertise in some subset of spectral methods, integral equation
methods, adaptive grid techniques, Runge-Kutta/multistep methods, level set
methods, or finite element/difference methods.

The positions may be partially funded through the Pacific Institute of
Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) and will be research positions with a maximum
of one course of teaching a year. There is some flexibility on when the
postdoctoral position would commence, although a PIMS position would
normally begin between April 1, 2002 and January 1, 2003. (For details on
PIMS, see The positions would generally have
two years duration.

Simon Fraser University has a young and very dynamic Applied and Computational
Mathematics Group. A postdoctoral position at SFU would offer an enjoyable
working environment and unique physical surroundings. See for further information on our group and our
research interests.

There are no citizenship restrictions on the positions. Interested applicants
can contact Bob Russell by email ( for further inquiry or can
directly send two letters of reference, a curriculum vitae, and a statement
of research interests to Bob Russell, Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6 by January
31, 2002.


From: Rory Schnell <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 15:09:13 -0500
Subject: Postdoctoral Positions at North Carolina State University

The Center for Research in Scientific Computation at N.C. State
University expects to make several post-doctoral appointments beginning
in the summer or fall, 2002 (availability of the positions is contingent
upon funding). The appointments will be in the area of applied
mathematics and scientific computation. The research interests of the
Center include mathematical modeling, analysis and control of partial
differential equations, numerical optimization, computational fluids and
flow control, numerical methods for transport in porous media,
stochastic partial differential equations, computational
electromagnetics and biomathematics. The successful applicants will be
involved in research programs in the Industrial Applied Mathematics
Program administered by the Center that offers a unique opportunity for
post-doctoral research on mathematical projects arising in
industrial/governmental laboratories. Applicants should send a vita and
brief description of research interests and have three letters of
recommendation sent to Professor Hien Tran, Department of Mathematics,
Box 8205, N.C. State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8205. Applications
will be considered at any time after January 15, 2002, as funding
becomes available.

In its commitment to diversity and equity, NCSU seeks applications from
women, minorities and disabled. NC State University is an equal
opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants
will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability.

For further information regarding the Center for Research in Scientific
Computation at North Carolina State University please visit our website


From: L. Daniel <>
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 01 17:28:49 GMT
Subject: PhD Studentship at University of Leeds

Industrial CASE - EPSRC
Participants: Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of
Leeds, Department of Mining at the University of Leeds, British Nuclear
Fuel Limited (BNFL).

Summary of Research Programme:
The accumulation of solids in process pipes and vessels is a generic problem
within the process industries. For BNFL the accumulation of solids that are
gamma emitters is especially important and a range of traditional techniques
have already been investigated to detect and monitor such events. It is
most common however that an accumulation is not detected until after a full
blockage has occurred. Conventional instrumentation therefore is
insufficient for the task. Industrial process tomography offers more
advanced sensing technology at the cost of being far more complex. In
particular there are significant issues relating to the solution of inverse
problems. These issues are heightened when only limited access to vessels
is available.

Leeds University can provide both the expertise in the solution methods of
inverse problems and the experience of applications of industrial process
tomography. Tomographic techniques offer the ability to estimate both the
physical dimensions of the accumulation of solids and the strength of gamma
radiation. The application of passive gamma-ray tomography (termed emission
tomography for medical applications) has good prospects but it is necessary
first to determine the validity of this technique in terms of the stability
of the solution. Further stabilization might be achieved by fusion of
measurements from another tomographic modality such as tomographic thermal

This project seeks to determine how the problem can be formulated in terms
of sources, gamma-ray absorption coefficients and thermal conductivities to
yield a stable solution from a limited numbers of measurements with limited
accuracy. There is also the prospect of the provision of instrumentation at
the design stage of new installations to enable continuous monitoring. For
this the measurements must be optimized to permit a cost-effective installation.


Preference will be given to applicants with a strong background in scientific
computing and/or engineering mathematics.

The award is open to UK nationals or to EU nationals who have been resident
in the UK for the last three years. The scholarship provides full tuition fees,
and a stipend of over 10,900 pounds per year free of tax. The stipend consists
of 3,400 pounds from BNFL, plus the standard EPSRC postgraduate grant which
is set at 7,500 pounds per year in 2001/2002). In addition, there will be
the opportunity to undertake tutorials and marking to be paid at an hourly rate.
Subject to University candidature regulations and good academic standing,
the award is tenable for three years, starting as early as possible in the
period April - September 2002.

How to apply

Send full C.V. to Dr.D.Lesnic before 15 February 2002. Early submissions are

Dr. D.Lesnic
Department of Applied Mathematics,
University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK.


From: Ron Boisvert <>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 10:57:40 -0500
Subject: NRC Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunities at NIST

The National Research Council Associateship Programs are accepting
applications for awards for postdoctoral research to be conducted in
residence at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in
Gaithersburg, Maryland and Boulder, Colorado. Among the topic areas
under consideration are applied mechanics, computational fluid dynamics,
computational biology, materials science, algorithm development for
modeling communication systems, image analysis, applied optimization,
monte carlo methods, mathematical software, and quantum computing.
For details see The deadline
for applications is January 15. The NRC program at NIST is restricted
to US citizens.


From: Simon Chandler-Wilde <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 16:04:42 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Brunel University

Department of Mathematical Sciences

This 18-month position is to work on a project funded by the
Computational Engineering Mathematics initiative of EPSRC
concerned with the development, analysis, and implementation of
boundary integral equation methods for direct and inverse scattering
by rough surfaces.

The candidate should have (or be close to completing) a PhD in applied
analysis and/or numerical analysis of integral or differential equations,
preferably including significant experience of implementation of
numerical methods in Matlab, C/C++, or Fortran. The ideal candidate
would also have experience of boundary integral equation methods
and/or direct and inverse wave scattering problems.

The salary, on the postdoctoral RA1A scale, will be in the range
17626-26,491 pounds, plus London weighting of 1583, and will be dependent
on relevant experience.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Simon Chandler-Wilde,
email:, phone +44 1895 274000 ext. 2283,

For an application form please email Human Resources (
quoting vacancy reference number B6454/2.

The closing date for the receipt of applications is 14 January 2002
but applications will be considered at all stages up to appointment.


From: Iain Duff <>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 15:55:28 GMT
Subject: PhD and Postdoctoral Positions at CERFACS

PhD and Post-doc positions available at CERFACS

Research positions are open in the Parallel Algorithm Project led
by Iain Duff at CERFACS, where the main research activities are :
- Large sparse matrix calculations:
+ direct linear solvers
+ iterative linear solvers, preconditioning, domain decomposition
+ eigensolvers
- Large scale nonlinear systems and optimization
- Qualitative Computing

We are looking for candidates at PhD and post-doc level with interest,
motivation and background in both numerical analysis and numerical
computing. For post-doc applicants experience in high performance
computing and mathematics (with publications) is required.

A successful candidate could start at any time after February 1st 2002.

For detailed information about the Parallel Algorithms Project at CERFACS
URL address :

For more information about Toulouse, the city where CERFACS is located
URL address :

For information on the application procedure
URL address :

Please send email to


From: Jun Zhang <>
Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2001 16:31:04 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Postdoctoral and PhD Positions at University of Kentucky

Postdoc and Ph.D. Positions at the University of Kentucky

Several research positions, both at the postdoc and Ph.D. research
assistant levels, are available in the Laboratory for High
Performance Scientific Computing and Computer Simulation (the
HiPSCCS Lab) at the University of Kentucky. These positions are
funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of
Energy, Japanese Research Organization for Information Science and
Technology, University of Kentucky Research Committee, and
University of Kentucky Computer Science Department.

The HiPSCCS Lab ( currently supports
about 10 postdocs, graduate students, and visiting scholars, and is
committed to the promotion of high performance scientific computing
techniques and practice in general science and engineering, and
industrial activities. Active research projects in the HiPSCCS Lab
include, but are not limited to, the following:

1.) scalable high performance scientific computing algorithms
and software library;
2.) large scale high performance computer simulations;
3.) information retrieval and data mining.

Candidates for postdoc positions should have a recent Ph.D. degree
in computer science, computational science and engineering, or applied
mathematics. Candidates for Ph.D. research assistantships should
have an M.S. degree in science or engineering with strong background
in mathematics and computer science, as well as strong programming
skill in Fortran. If you are interested in these positions, please
e-mail your curriculum vitae in postscript, PDF, or ASCII format
(MSWORD will NOT be read) to Jun Zhang at, fax to
(859)323-1971, or postal mail to:

Professor Jun Zhang
Department of Computer Science
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0046


From: Corry Magrijn <>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 11:54:11 +0100
Subject: Contents, Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems

Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems (MCSS)

Volume 14 (2001), Number 4

R.F. Curtain,
Linear operator inequalities for
strongly stable weakly regular linear systems.
MCSS 14 (2001), 299-337.

On local structural stability of differential
1-forms and nonlinear hypersurface systems
on a manifold with boundary.
MCSS 14 (2001), 338-357.

Burger and O. Scherzer,
Regularization methods for blind deconvolution
and blind source separation problems.
MCSS 14 (2001), 358-383.


From: Konshin Igor <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 20:14:35 +0300
Subject: Contents, East-West Journal Numerical Mathematics

Vol.9, No.4, 2001, pp.253-316


A finite element problem issued from fictitious domain techniques
C.Bernardi, V.Girault, F.Hecht, H.Kawarada, and O.Pironneau

Convergence of mimetic finite difference discretizations
of the diffusion equation
M.Berndt, K.Lipnikov, D.Moulton, and M.Shashkov

Overlapping Domain Decomposition methods with distributed
Lagrange multipliers
R.H.W.Hoppe and Yu.A.Kuznetsov

On the construction of a vertex space preconditioner
for Morley element

Error bounds for Finite Element solutions of elliptic
variational inequalities of second kind

Author Index


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