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From: Jane Cullum <cullumj@lanl.gov>

Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 17:56:45 -0600 (MDT)

**Subject: Algebraic Multigrid MATLAB Code**

The following Software is available for informal distribution.

The code assumes some familiarity with basic algebraic

multigrid algorithms. It is being made available as is.

Name of Software: AMGToolbox

Description of Software:

AMGToolbox is a research tool for experimenting with various ideas

for algebraic multigrid algorithms. It provides the infrastructure

for testing various ideas for the different components of a typical

algebraic multigrid (AMG) algorithm:

1. the Coarse/Fine split of variables

2. the construction of Prolongation and Restriction Operators

3. the construction of the Coarse Problems at each level of

the AMG hierarchy.

4. the use of different Smoothers

It provides simple software tools for automatically collecting

the results of sets of experiments over user-specified

choices of parameters, and for generating corresponding tables

of results as Tex files for use in talks and papers.

AMGToolbox is written in the prototyping language, MATLAB.

Authors: Menno Verbeek

Jane Cullum

Wayne Joubert

Funding Source: DOE Office of Science MICS Applied Mathematics Program

A User Manual is not yet available but examples and help comments are included

in the distribution.

Bugs should be reported to Jane Cullum, cullumj@lanl.gov.

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

From: Luigi Brugnano <brugnano@math.unifi.it>

Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 13:24:16 +0200 (CEST)

**Subject: New Code for Stiff ODE-IVPs**

The code BiM for the numerical solution of stiff ODE-IVPs,

based on a "blended" implementation of block implicit methods,

is available at the web site:

http://www.math.unifi.it/~brugnano/BiM/index.html

The code implements a variable order-variable stepsize method of

of order up to 14. Results on many difficult stiff test problems

and comparisons with the codes DASSL, GAM, MEBDFDAE, RADAU and

RADAU5 are reported.

Corresponding documentation and/or references for the code are

also available.

Any comments and/or suggestions are welcome.

Sincerely,

Luigi Brugnano (brugnano@math.unifi.it) and

Cecilia Magherini (magherini@math.unifi.it).

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From: Julie Wernert <ptlabs@indiana.edu>

Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2003 11:48:16 -0500

**Subject: IU's Open Systems Lab Releases LAM/MPI 7.0**

Indiana University's Open Systems Lab has released version 7.0 of its

widely-deployed LAM/MPI parallel computing middleware. LAM/MPI is an

open source implementation of the Message Passing Interface (MPI)

standard software that researchers and developers use to enable

clusters and Grid-enabled computers to operate in parallel on a

single problem.

For more details about the release, see:

http://www.indiana.edu/~uits/cpo/ptl070203/

To download the software, see:

http://www.lam-mpi.org/

Regards,

Julie Wernert

Office of the VP for Information Technology &

Pervasive Technology Labs at Indiana University

2711 East Tenth Street, Bloomington, IN 47408

812.856.5517 (Voice) 812.855.8299 (Fax)

jwernert@indiana.edu

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

From: Padmanabhan Seshaiyer <padhu@koch.math.ttu.edu>

Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2003 18:06:39 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Minisymposium at Texas Tech on Modeling of Biological Systems**

First Announcement: Red Raider Minisymposium on "Mathematical and

Computational Modeling of Biological Systems" at Texas Tech University

A minisymposium on Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Biological

Systems will be held November 6-8, 2003 at Texas Tech University. The

objective of the minisymposium is to bring together some of the most

distinguished members and outstanding early-career scholars in mathematical

sciences and biomedical engineering, who have contributed extensively to

the central theme. These scholars will deliver lectures, with the

expectation to provide members of the mathematical and engineering

community, an opportunity to learn about new research venues. In addition,

the invited speakers will host panel sessions designed to afford the

participants a chance to ask questions and to interact personally with

the invited speakers.

The distinguished speakers who have accepted our invitation to deliver

the keynote lectures for this mini-symposium will be:

* Jay Humphrey, Texas A & M University

* James Keener, University of Utah

* Michael Reed, Duke University

* Andrew Sherman, National Institute of Health

* Charles Taylor, Stanford University

The outstanding early-career speakers who have committed to participate

include:

* Trachetta Jackson, University of Michigan

* Mette Sofie Olufsen, North Carolina State University

This mini-symposium is highly multi-disciplinary and will provide a forum

for the exposure and exchange of ideas, methods and results in the

underlying theme of the conference. The conference program will initiate new

collaborations between mathematics and all areas of science, engineering

and science education.

This mini-symposium is organized by Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer from Texas

Tech University. The mini-symposium is primarily sponsored with

the generous support from the National Science Foundation, the Whitaker

Foundation, Prof. Frits Ruymgaart Paul Whitfield Endowed Horn Professorship

and by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. We are soliciting

applications from senior undergraduate students, graduate students,

post-doctoral students and early career scientists in applied

mathematics and bio-engineering to participate in the workshop. All

selected participants will recieve local and travel expenses (including

air fare, local room and board). An online application is available on

the web site listed below, and applications must be received by

September 10, 2003 for full consideration.

Web Site: http://www.math.ttu.edu/~padhu/red03.html

Please address any questions to,

Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Box 41042, Texas Tech University

Lubbock, TX 79409-1042

Phone: (806) 742-2580 x(264)

Fax: (806) 742-1112

Email: padhu@math.ttu.edu

Web: http://www.math.ttu.edu/~padhu

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From: Ilia Braianov <braianov@ami.ru.acad.bg>

Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 15:14:01 +0300 (WET)

**Subject: Conference in Bulgaria on Numerical Analysis and Applications**

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS and APPLICATIONS

NAA'2004 - ROUSSE, BULGARIA -Call for Papers

This conference is third in a series.

The first meeting (June 24-28, 1996) attracted over 80 participants from more

than 22 countries. Among them there were 24 participants from Bulgaria and 20

participants from the remaining Eastern European countries. In this way the

meeting facilitated an exchange of ideas between East and West. The refereed

Proceedings were published by Springer Verlag in their Lecture Notes in Computer

Science series (vol. 1196).

The second one (June 11-15, 2000) attracted over 100 participants from more

than 23 countries. Among them there were 21 participants from Bulgaria and

22 participants from the remaining Eastern European countries. The refereed

Proceedings were published by Springer Verlag in their Lecture Notes in

Computer Science series (vol. 1988).

We believe that we have created a significant international event and utilizing

all of our experience we plan to repeat them in 2004.

We intend to make these meetings traditional. The largest group of numerical

analysts in Bulgaria is in Sofia. They have a similar series of conferences each

four years starting in the early eighties. The last three were held in 1994,

1998 and 2002. In the last several years a second group of scientists working

on variuos aspects of Numerical Analysis came into being at the University of

Rousse.

Our plans are to organize such a meeting each four years in Rousse as well

starting from 1996. These will overlap with the meetings in Sofia, and thus an

international conference on Numerical Analysis will take place in Bulgaria

every two years.

As previously, the main tracks of the conference are planned to be:

1. Numerical Linear Algebra.

2. Numerical Methods for Differential Equations.

3. Numerical Modeling.

4. High Performance Scientific Computing.

We plan to organize this conference at the Angel Kanchev University of Rousse,

in Rousse, Bulgaria, June 29-July 3,2004 .

Call for Papers

You are invited to submit a summary to the conference organizers. The

length of the summary should not be larger than 1 A4 page.

Please send your summary electronically to:vulkov@ami.ru.acad.bg

in PS format if possible.

The final papers(maximum of 12 A4 pages for Key Lecture and 8 A4 pages

for contribution) will be included in the conference proceedings.

Deadlines

Deadline for summary submissions: 1st December 2003

Notification of acceptance :20th January 2004

Intent to participate in the conference

To have a first idea about the participants in the conference, could you

please tell if:

a) you intend to participate in the conference

b) you intend to propose a paper

Send your intend to :vulkov@ami.ru.acad.bg

Sincerely yours,

L. Vulkov

e-mail: vulkov@ami.ru.acad.bg

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

From: Yousef Saad <saad@cs.umn.edu>

Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 11:57:40 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Conference in Napa on Preconditioning**

PRECONDITIONING 2003

EMBASSY SUITES NAPA VALLEY

NAPA, CALIFORNIA

OCTOBER 27-29, 2003

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT

PLEASE NOTE: deadlines have changed from first announcement as follows:

August 15th for regular papers and Aug. 29th for posters

The 2003 International Conference on Preconditioning Techniques for

Large Sparse Matrix Problems is a follow-on of similar meetings that

were held at the University of Minnesota in 1999 and the Granlibakken

Conference Center in 2001. The Preconditioning 2003 Conference

focuses on preconditioning techniques for solving various matrix

problems, particularly those that are relevant to large-scale

scientific and industrial applications.

The conference will feature plenary presentations, contributed

papers, and poster presentations.

CONFERENCE CHAIRS:

Esmond G. Ng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Yousef Saad, The University of Minnesota

Wei-Pai Tang, The Boeing Company

PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

Michele Benzi, Emory University

Edmond Chow, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Iain Duff, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK

John Gilbert, University of California, Santa Barbara

Gerard Meurant, Commissariat l'Energie Atomique, France

Valeria Simoncini, Universita' degli Studi di Bologna, Italy

Ray Tuminaro, Sandia National Laboratories

Andrew Wathen, Oxford University, UK

PLENARY PRESENTATIONS: The following invited speakers have agreed to

give plenary presentations. They will provide overviews in the field

of preconditioning and discuss important recent developments.

Luc Giraud, CERFACS

Bruce Hendrickson, Sandia Laboratories

Jim Nagy, Emory University

Jorge Nocedal, Northwestern University

Panayot Vassilevski, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Henk van der Vorst, Universiteit Utrecht

Mary Wheeler, The University of Texas at Austin

PAPER/POSTER SUBMISSIONS:

Abstracts can be submitted either by postal mail or electronically

(postscript or pdf files only). The length of the abstract should not

exceed three (3) pages for regular contributed papers and (1) page for

contributed poster presentations. When submitting by e-mail please

indicate "Preconditioning 2003 Contributed Paper " or "Preconditioning

2003 Poster Abstract", in the subject line. Submissions will be

reviewed on the basis of quality and relevance to the conference

theme.

DEADLINES FOR SUBMISSIONS:

*August 15-th, 2003* for contributed regular papers

*August 29-th, 2003* for contributed poster presentations

Notification of acceptance by early September 2003.

SPECIAL ISSUE:

A special journal issue featuring papers on the topic of the conference

theme is being planned.

ADDRESS:

Post mail:

Preconditioning 2003, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

One Cyclotron Road, Mail Stop 50F-1650, Berkeley, CA 94720-8139, U.S.A.

e-mail: pc03_org@nersc.gov

FURTHER INFORMATION is available from the conference web site:

http://www.nersc.gov/conferences/pc2003/

or by us sending email at pc03_org@nersc.gov.

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

From: Michael Miksis <miksis@northwestern.edu>

Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2003 11:15:10 -0500

**Subject: Workshop at Northwestern on Quantum Dots**

2nd Annual Workshop on the Evolution and Self-Assembly of Quantum Dots

August 27-28, 2003

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60201

The purpose of the workshop is to bring together researchers in Applied

Mathematics and Materials Science who are working in this exciting area of

nanotechnology to present new results, exchange ideas and to possibility

foster collaborations. The first day of the workshop will consist of about

eight formal presentations by the invited speakers. The second day will

consist of informal meetings and presentations to exchange ideas. The

workshop is sponsored by an NSF Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research Team

Grant (NIRT).

Invited Speakers

Mark Asta (Northwestern), Jerry Floro (Sandia National Labs), A. Golovin

(Northwestern), Max G. Lagally (University of Wisconsin), Lincoln J. Lauhon

(Harvard / Northwestern), Dongqi Li (Argonne National Lab), Jerry Tersoff

(IBM), Richard P. Van Duyne (Northwestern)

Please contact M. Miksis (miksis@northwestern.edu), Engineering Sciences and

Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University, if you are interested in

attending. The conference will begin at 9:00am on Wednesday August 27.

Lectures will take place in Room M416 of the Technological Institute.

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

From: Jacob Kogan <kogan@math.umbc.edu>

Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 14:37:58 -0400

**Subject: Workshop in Melbournge on Clustering Large Data Sets**

Call for Papers

November 19, 2003 workshop on

Clustering Large Data Sets

(http://www.math.umbc.edu/~kogan/03ieee.html)

Melbourne, Florida

to be Held in Conjunction with the

Third IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM 2003)

(http://www.cs.uvm.edu/~xwu/icdm-03.html)

The workshop is devoted to clustering large data sets,

which arise in diverse applications such as text/web mining,

online clustering, and bioinformatics.

Important Dates

Papers Due: Sep 10, 2003

Notification of Acceptance: Oct 5, 2003

Camera ready: Oct 15, 2003

Workshop: Nov 19, 2003

Organizers:

Daniel Boley: boley@cs.umn.edu

Inderjit Dhillon: inderjit@cs.utexas.edu

Joydeep Ghosh: ghosh@ece.utexas.edu

Jacob Kogan: kogan@math.umbc.edu

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

From: David Masser <David.Masser@unibas.ch>

Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 15:40:20 +0200

**Subject: Faculty Postion at University of Basle**

UNIVERSITY OF BASLE

TENURE TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN ANALYSIS

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Basle invites

applications for a tenure track assistant professorship in analysis,

starting 1st April 2004. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree in

mathematics, and some postdoctoral teaching experience

is preferred. The successful candidate is expected to perform

independent research in areas related to partial differential

equations, dynamical systems, numerical analysis, or applied analysis.

A strong commitment to excellence in teaching and research is essential.

Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae, a publication list,

copies of five papers, a statement of research interests, and reports

on past teaching experience, together with the names and addresses of

five potential referees. As the University of Basle would like to

increase its female staff, women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications should be sent to:

Prof. Dr. Marcel Tanner,

Dean, Faculty of Science,

Klingelbergstrasse 50,

CH-4056 Basel,

Switzerland.

The deadline for receipt is 31st October 2003.

For additional information please contact

Prof. D. Masser

Mathematisches Institut,

Rheinsprung 21,

CH-4051 Basel,

Switzerland.

masser@math.unibas.ch

or http://www.math.unibas.ch

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

From: Sunil Shah <Sunil.Shah@geind.ge.com>

Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 12:53:37 +0530

**Subject: Control Systems Position at GE Global Research Center, India**

Control Systems Position (Reference Job No. 321567)

The Electronic & Photonic Systems Technologies group of GE's Global

Research Center at Bangalore, India seeks candidates for full-time

positions in the Electromechanical Control Systems Program. This group

performs R&D in control systems for products and processes of a wide

variety of GE businesses and works closely in conjunction with GE's

Global research centers in Schenectady, NY and Shanghai, China.

The ideal candidate will possess a PhD (or a Master's Degree with at

least three years of relevant experience) in an engineering discipline

(Mechanical/ Electrical/ Chemical or Equivalent) with a specialization

in control systems. Knowledge of control systems, optimization, signal

processing, estimation theory, Kalman filtering, and system

identification are required, as well as simulation and coding skills

using MATLAB, or equivalent simulation environments.

The candidate will develop new control system technologies for a wide

variety of applications. Responsibilities will include concept

development, design, simulation, and implementation. He/She will be

encouraged to document the results of this activity through patent

applications, technical reports and publications. He/She must be

self-motivated and capable of working independently on extended

assignments.

Apply at: <https://www.research.ge.com/eHire> and enter the relevant Job =

No in the Job Reference Code Field

With best regards,

Sunil Shah

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

From: David Bruhwiler <bruhwile@txcorp.com>

Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2003 12:51:56 -0600 (MDT)

**Subject: Research Positions at Tech-X Corp.**

Tech-X Corp. has open positions for PhD level researchers in the

areas of computational physics, computer science and applied

mathematics.

Point your browser to URL http://www.txcorp.com/employment/

to see the job announcements for these and other positions.

Best regards,

David

David L. Bruhwiler - bruhwile(at)txcorp(dot)com

Tech-X Corporation - http://www.txcorp.com

(303) 448-0732

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From: Ronald F Boisvert <boisvert@nist.gov>

Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2003 09:51:26 -0400

**Subject: Contents, ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software**

Table of Contents

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software

September 2003, Volume 29, Number 3

For more information, including abstracts and access

to full text, see http://www.acm.org/toms/V29.html.

Joaquim R. R. A. Martins, Peter Sturdza, Juan J. Alonso

The complex-step derivative approximation

245-262

Ingo Eble, Markus Neher

ACETAF: A software package for computing validated bounds for Taylor

coefficients of analytic functions

263-286

Ronald Cools, Ann Haegemans

Algorithm 824: CUBPACK: a package for automatic cubature; framework description

287-296

Alan Genz, Ronald Cools

An adaptive numerical cubature algorithm for simplices

297-308

Spencer Shellman, K. Sikorski

Algorithm 825: A deep-cut bisection envelope algorithm for fixed points

309-325

Mark R. Fahey

Algorithm 826: A parallel eigenvalue routine for complex Hessenberg matrices

326-336

J. Baglama, D. Calvetti, L. Reichel

Algorithm 827: irbleigs: A MATLAB program for computing a few eigenpairs

of a large sparse Hermitian matrix

337-348

Tim Hopkins

Remark on Algorithm 769: Fortran subroutines for approximate solution of

sparse quadratic assignment problems using GRASP

349-351

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From: Thomas Hogan <hogan@math.ohio-state.edu>

Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 11:08:29 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Contents, Journal of Approximation Theory**

Table of Contents: J. Approx. Theory, Volume 123, Number 1, July 2003

Online at www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/6843-2003-998769998-434456

E. W. Cheney and J. Levesley

In Memorium: William Allan Light (1950--2002)

1--12

Leonardo Colzani and Federica Masiero

Approximation of eigenfunctions of elliptic differential operators

13--24

Lasse Borup and Morten Nielsen

Approximation with brushlet systems

25--51

Vladimir Andrievskii

The maximal range problem for a quasidisk

52--67

Leonel Robert and Luis Santiago

Finite sections method for Hessenberg matrices

68--88

Manfred Sommer

Uniqueness of periodic best $L^1$-approximations

89--109

D. H. Armitage

Harmonic monsters

110--116

Jes\'{u}s De La Cal, Javier C\'{a}rcamo and Ana M. Valle

A best constant for bivariate Bernstein and Sz\'{a}sz-Mirakyan

operators

117--124

Mourad E. H. Ismail and Dennis Stanton

$q$-Taylor theorems, polynomial expansions, and interpolation of entire

functions

125--146

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From: Hans Schneider <hans@math.wisc.edu>

Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 17:30:45 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Contents, Linear Algebra and its Applications**

Linear Algebra and its Applications

Volume 370, Pages 1-380 (1 September 2003)

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5653-2003-996299999-440427

TABLE OF CONTENTS

On the uniqueness of Euclidean distance matrix completions, Pages 1-14

Abdo Y. Alfakih

Permanents of doubly stochastic trees, Pages 15-24

Mohammad H. Ahmadi, Jae-Hyun Baek and Suk-Geun Hwang

Some linear preserver problems on block triangular matrix algebras, Pages 25-39

Wai-Leong Chooi and Ming-Huat Lim

Real congruence of complex matrix pencils and complex projections of real

Veronese varieties, Pages 41-83

Adam Coffman

Conjugacy classes in unitriangular matrices, Pages 85-124

Antonio Vera-Lopez and J. M. Arregi

Partial traces and entropy inequalities, Pages 125-132

Rajendra Bhatia

On sectorial matrices, Pages 133-146

Yu. M. Arlinski and A. B. Popov

On generalized numerical range of the Aluthge transformation, Pages 147-161

Masatoshi Ito, Hiroshi Nakazato, Kazuyoshi Okubo and Takeaki Yamazaki

The rank-constrained Hermitian nonnegative-definite and positive-definite

solutions to the matrix equation AXA*=B, Pages 163-174

Xian Zhang and Mei-yu Cheng

Ordering trees by their largest eigenvalues, Pages 175-184

An Chang and Qiongxiang Huang

Scaling symmetric positive definite matrices to prescribed row sums,

Pages 185-191

Dianne P. O'Leary

A characterization of the distance to infeasibility under block-structured

perturbations, Pages 193-216

Javier Pena

Decomposition of a scalar matrix into a sum of orthogonal projections,

Pages 217-225

Stanislav Kruglyak, Vyacheslav Rabanovich and Yuri Samolenko

The Moore-Penrose inverse of a factorization, Pages 227-235

Pedro Patricio

On the spectral radius of unicyclic graphs with perfect matchings,

Pages 237-250

An Chang and Feng Tian

On the classification of the Lie algebras Lrs, Pages 251-256

L. A. -M. Hanna

A wider class of stable gyroscopic systems, Pages 257-267

P. Lancaster, A. S. Markus and F. Zhou

Discrete wavelet transforms for Toeplitz matrices, Pages 269-285

Fu-Rong Lin, Wai-Ki Ching and Michael K. Ng

Preservers on Hilbert space effects, Pages 287-300

Lajos Molnar

On normal extensions of submatrices, Pages 301-314

Chung-Chou Jiang and Kung-Hwang Kuo

Critical polynomials related to generalized derivations, Pages 315-339

J. A. Dias da Silva and Hemar Godinho

On the matrix powers and exponential by the r-generalized Fibonacci sequences

methods: the companion matrix case, Pages 341-353

Rajae Ben Taher and Mustapha Rachidi

On some interconnections between strict monotonicity, globally uniquely

solvable, and P properties in semidefinite linear complementarity problems,

Pages 355-368

M. Seetharama Gowda, Yoon Song and G. Ravindran

A note on the orthogonal basis of a certain full symmetry class of tensors,

Pages 369-374

C. Bessenrodt, M. R. Pournaki and A. Reifegerste

Two-dimensional reductions of the cone of positive diagonal operators in l2,

Pages 375-378

Anatoly N. Sherstnev

Author index, Pages 379-380

Editorial board, Pages ii-iii

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From: Science Direct <sciencedirect@prod.lexis-nexis.com>

Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2003 10:43:58 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Contents, Nonlinear Analysis**

Nonlinear Analysis Volume 54, Issue 6, Pages 1011-1204 (September 2003)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Optimal practical stabilization and controllability of systems with Markovian

jumps, Pages 1011-1027

S. Sathananthan and L. H. Keel

Decay estimates for steady magnetohydrodynamic pipe flow, Pages 1029-1044

J. C. Song

Strong periodic solutions for a class of abstract evolution equations,

Pages 1045-1056

G. ukaszewicz, E. E. Ortega-Torres and M. A. Rojas-Medar

Sequential normal compactness versus topological normal compactness in

variational analysis, Pages 1057-1067

Marian Fabian and Boris S. Mordukhovich

Positive solutions of fourth-order periodic boundary value problems,

Pages 1069-1078

Yongxiang Li

Some remarks on the linearized operator about the radial solution for the

Ginzburg-Landau equation, Pages 1079-1119

Anne Beaulieu

Nodal solutions for p-Laplace equations with critical growth, Pages 1121-1151

Yinbin Deng, Zhenhua Guo and Gengsheng Wang

Critical singular problems on infinite cones, Pages 1153-1164

Vinceniu Rdulescu and Didier Smets

On the existence of Lp solutions of the magnetohydrodynamic equations in a

bounded domain, Pages 1165-1174

Takahiro Akiyama

A construction of a Lipschitz continuous minimizer of a free boundary problem,

Pages 1175-1191

Yoshihiko Yamaura

On certain doubly non-uniformly and singular non-uniformly elliptic systems,

Pages 1193-1204

M. T. Gonzalez Montesinos and F. Ortegon Gallego

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From: Claude Brezinski <claude.brezinski@univ-lille1.fr>

Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 13:35:44 +0200

**Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms**

Numerical Algorithms

April 2003, Volume 32 (Issue: 2-4)

ISSN: 1017-1398

CONTENTS

Numerical Behaviour of Higham's Scaled Method for Polar Decomposition

A. Kielbasinski, K. Zietak

On the Convergence of a Non-incremental Homogenization Method for Nonlinear

Elastic Composite Materials

M. Brieu, J. Erhel

On the Implementation of Lie Group Methods on the Stiefel Manifold

E. Celledoni, B. Owren

Upper Bound of the Constant in Strengthened C.B.S. Inequality for Systems

of Linear Partial Differential Equations

B. Achchab, S. Achchab, O. Axelsson, A. Souissi

Convergence Acceleration of Some Continued Fractions

S. Paszkowski

Globally Convergent Inexact Quasi-Newton Methods for Solving Nonlinear Systems

E.G. Birgin, N. Krejic, J.M. Martinez

On a Fourier Method of Embedding Domains Using an Optimal Distributed Control

L. Badea, P. Daripa

A Minimal Distance Constrained Adaptive Mesh Algorithm with Application to

the Dual Reciprocity Method

K. Shanazari, Ke Chen

On the Convergence of Stewart's QLP Algorithm for Approximating the SVD

D.A. Huckaby, T.F. Chan

Fourth-Order Symmetric DIRK Methods for Periodic Stiff Problems

J.M. Franco, I. Gomez

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