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From: Alfonso Bueno <Alfonso.Bueno@uclm.es>

Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 23:07:28 +0100

**Subject: 3D Data Visualization**

Dear NA Digest readers:

I am teaching this semester a new subject at my University about

"Mathematicals Tools in Engineering". One of the main parts of this

subject is data visualization, and I'd like to focus in 3D (both scalar

and vectorial) representations. However, I don't have a lot of examples

to show in the classroom, so I'd thank if any member of this community

could suply me any data from his simulations in any field. A small

explanation about the data and the format in which the it is storaged

would also be helpful.

Thanks in advance,

Alfonso Bueno (Alfonso.Bueno@uclm.es)

Department of Mathematics

Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (SPAIN)

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From: Bernard Beauzamy <BERNARD.BEAUZAMY@wanadoo.fr>

Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2004 16:17:15 +0100

**Subject: New Book, Probabilistic Methods for the Study of Real-life Phenomena**

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to inform you of the availability of my new book :

"Probabilistic methods for the study of real-life phenomena" (in French).

Please consult our web site http://www.scmsa.com for ordering information.

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

From: Xiaoye S. Li <xsli@lbl.gov>

Date: Wed, 03 Mar 2004 11:50:57 -0800

**Subject: Bay Area Scientific Computing Day**

The Fifth Bay Area Scientific Computing Day will be held at

the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on Saturday, March 13, 2004.

The program is now on the web, with most of the abstracts in place.

The meeting will include 10 technical talks, 12 contributed poster

presentations, and a 60-minute round table discussion.

Please see the following site for details:

http://hpcrd.lbl.gov/SCG/BASCD/

The on-line registration deadline is March 6, 2004.

Organizers:

Tony Drummond (ladrummond@lbl.gov)

Parry Husbands (pjrhusbands@lbl.gov)

Sherry Li (xsli@lbl.gov)

Osni Marques (oamarques@lbl.gov)

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From: Malachy McConnell <m.mcconnell@mathsconsultancy.co.uk>

Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 14:42:51 -0000

**Subject: Industrial CFD Open Day at Reading University**

CFD Outreach Initiative Open Day

Black Horse House, Reading University, Berkshire, UK

March 22nd, 2004

Contact Bette Byrne, bette@comlab.ox.ac.uk, 01865 273 883

A one-day open meeting at the University of Reading to discuss, present and

offer advice on fluid dynamics, aimed at small and medium sized companies.

The open day will concentrate on the commercial advantages of CFD for small

companies by presenting case studies which illustrate how small businesses

have derived real commercial benefit from the application of CFD.

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

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

Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 10:16:03 +0200 (WET)

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

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NUMERICAL

ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS

JUNE 29-JULY 3, 2004

UNIVERSITY OF ROUSSE "A. KUNCHEV"

ROUSSE, BULGARIA

This conference is third in a series (June 24-28, 1996 and June 11-15, 2000,

for more information see http://www.ru.acad.bg/naa04)

As in the previous ones, the main tracks of the conference are:

1. Numerical Linear Algebra

2. Numerical Methods for Differential Equations

3. Numerical Modeling

4. High Performance Scientific Computing

Minisymposiums

Inner-Outer Iterations

Organizer: Martin.Van.Gijzen@cerfacs.fr

Numerical Methods for Interface Problems

Organizers: Zhilin Li: zhilin@unity.ncsu.edu

Serge Nicaise: serge.nicaise@univ-valenciennes.fr

Numerical Methods in Optimal Control and Differential Inclusions

Organizers: Tzanko Donchev: td51us@yahoo.com

Elza Farkhi: elza@post.tau.ac.il

Some Trends in Modeling of Non-linear Physical Problems

Organizers: T. Boyadjiev: todorlb@fmi.uni-sofia.bg

M. Todorov: mtod@tu-sofia.bg

List of Plenary and Key lecturers, who already accepted invitation of

the Org. Committee: G. Akrivis (Greece), O. Axelsson (The Netherlands),

F. Chaitin -Chatelin (France), I. Dimov (Bulgaria), E. G. D'yakonov (Russia),

I. Farago (Hungary), B. S. Jovanovic (Serbia-Montenegro), M. Kaschiev

(Bulgaria), R. Lazarov (USA), Z. Li (USA), V. Makarov (Ukraine), P. Matus

(Belarus), S. Nicaise (France), I. V. Puzynin (Russia), H-G. Roos

(Germany), L. Sevastianov (Russia), V. Shidurov (Russia), V. Thomee

(Sweeden), E. Tyrtyshnikov (Russia),P. Vabishchevich (Russia)

Organizing Committee: L. Vulkov* (Chairman), I. Angelova, I. Brayanov, J.

Kandilarov, S. Karakoleva, M. Koleva, Z.Li, V. Pavlov, N. Strateva, K. Zlateva

Conference secretary

Miglena Koleva

Address: RU"A.Kunchev"

Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics

Studentska str.8, 7017 Rousse

tel: +359(0)82/ 888 725 Fax:

E-mail: naa04@ami.ru.acad.bg

*: vulkov@ami.ru.acad.bg

Conference WWW site: http://www.ru.acad.bg/naa04

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From: Tammy Kolda <tgkolda@sandia.gov>

Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2004 13:56:06 -0800

**Subject: Workshop in Palo Alto on Tensor Decompositions**

Workshop on Tensor Decompositions

July 19 - 23, 2004

American Institute of Mathematics Research Conference Center

Palo Alto, California

http://www.aimath.org/ARCC/workshops/tensordecomp.html

Organized by

Gene Golub, Tamara Kolda, James Nagy, and Charles Van Loan.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will consider

mathematical problems of tensor decomposition. Though higher-order

tensor (also known as multidimensional, multi-way, or n-way array)

decompositions have been around for more than three decades, the door

is now opening on greater mathematical understanding and new

applications. Previously, this topic has been the domain of

researchers in psychometrics and chemometrics. Now, however,

computationally oriented mathematicians have begun to take an interest

and envision many more potential applications ranging from image and

signal processing to data mining and more. The challenge is to find

ways to extend these methods to larger data sets, i.e., data sets with

thousands to millions of entries. This will require advances in the

theory and computation of higher-order tensor decompositions.

For more details please see the workshop announcement page:

http://www.aimath.org/ARCC/workshops/tensordecomp.html

Space and funding is available for a few more participants. If you

would like to participate, please apply by filling out the on-line

form (available at the link above) no later than April 19, 2004.

Applications are open to all, and we especially encourage women,

underrepresented minorities, junior mathematicians, and researchers

from primarily undergraduate institutions to apply.

Before submitting an application, please read the ARCC policies

concerning participation and financial support for participants.

The AIM Research Conference Center (ARCC) hosts focused

workshops in all areas of the mathematical sciences. ARCC

focused workshops are distinguished by their emphasis on

a specific mathematical goal, such as making progress on

a significant unsolved problem, understanding the proof of

an important new result, or investigating the convergence

between two distinct areas of mathematics.

For more information about ARCC, please visit

http://www.aimath.org/ARCC/

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From: John Butcher <butcher@math.auckland.ac.nz>

Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2004 18:52:26 +1300 (NZDT)

**Subject: Workshop in New Zeland on Computational Differential Equations**

Workshop on

Computational Partial and Ordinary Differential Equations

(Final announcement)

The University of Auckland, New Zealand

21 - 23 April 2004

Theme:

The purpose of this workshop is to investigate the relationship between

numerical methods for partial and for ordinary differential equations.

It is hoped that new insights will be found into the computational needs

of modelling using complex partial differential systems and the use of

novel methods for time stepping based on stiff ordinary differential

equation systems.

Sponsored by:

The New Zealand Institute of Mathematics and its Applications

The invited speakers are:

Michael Baines, University of Reading, England

Igor Boglaev, Massey University, New Zealand

Joseph Flaherty, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Zahari Zlatev, National Environmental Research Institute, Denmark

Programme:

Invited lectures and contributed lectures

Registration by e-mail and enquiries:

John Butcher, butcher@math.auckland.ac.nz

Helmut Podhaisky, hpod@math.auckland.ac.nz

Deadlines:

Registration by e-mail: 15 March 2004

Offers to present papers: 15 March 2004

Abstracts in LaTeX or TeX: 31 March 2004

http://www.math.auckland.ac.nz/~butcher/pde-ode/

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From: Jun Zhang <jzhang@cs.uky.edu>

Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2004 11:51:57 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: Workshop in Beijing on Computational Linear Algebra**

Workshop on Computational Linear Algebra

Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

June 12, 2004

We are organizing a one day workshop on computational

linear algebra at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China,

on Saturday, June 12, 2004.

The purpose of this workshop is to discuss some recent

development in computational linear algebra, focusing

on solution of linear systems, eigenvalue computation,

and high performance computing. Topics include, but are

not limited to, iterative methods, preconditioning,

high performance solvers, applications, etc., for

linear system and sparse matrices.

The workshop will be informal in nature. No registration

is necessary, no fees are collected. Everyone is welcome

to attend. If you are interested in giving a talk, please

send an e-mail to either one of the organizers. We plan

to have 6 to 12 talks. Up-to-date

information about the workshop can be found at

www.cs.uky.edu/~jzhang/cla04.html.

We hope to see you in Beijing on June 12, 2004.

Zhongxiao Jia, Tsinghua University (zjia@math.tsinghau.edu.cn)

Jun Zhang, University of Kentucky (jzhang@cs.uky.edu)

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From: Kirsten Wilden <wilden@siam.org>

Date: Wed, 03 Mar 2004 14:37:38 -0500

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

ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA05)

Conference Program Chair: Adam Buchsbaum, AT&T Labs- Research

Location: Sheraton Vancouver Wall Center Hotel, Vancouver, British Columbia

Dates: January 23-25, 2005

The Call for Presentations will be available in April 2004 at

www.siam.org/meetings/da05/

For additional information, contact SIAM Conference Department at

meetings@siam.org.

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From: Douglas N. Arnold <arnold@ima.umn.edu>

Date: Wed, 03 Mar 2004 21:04:57 -0600

**Subject: Opportunities at the IMA**

Opportunities at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications

for this summer and next year. Application deadlines are near.

NEW DIRECTIONS VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS (Appl. deadline: April 1)

www.ima.umn.edu/docs/membership.html#ndprof

Spend 9 to 12 months at the IMA including the program Mathematics of

Materials and Macromolecules: Multiple Scales, Disorder, and

Singularities which runs from September 2004 through June 2005 and

connects to all sorts of math including differential and integral

equations, dynamical systems, statistical mechanics, probability,

scientific computing and numerical analysis, and geometry. The IMA will

supply 50% of salary upt to $45K maximum and the home institution

commits to providing the remaining salary and all benefits.

NEW DIRECTONS SHORT COURSE IN COMPUTATIONAL TOPOLOGY (Appl. deadline: April 1)

www.ima.umn.edu/new-directions/2004NDshort-course

Intensive two week course taught by Herbert Edelsbrunner and John

Harer on Computational Toplogy with applications to molecular

biology and geometric modeling. Aimed at math faculty, but

without specialized prerequisites. IMA pays travel and local

expenses.

Also, at any time we are reviewing applications for:

IMA GENERAL MEMBERSHIPS

www.ima.umn.edu/docs/membership.html#general

Pays local expenses for visits of 1 month to 1 year to participate

in the IMA program Mathematics of Materials and Macromolecules.

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

From: Linda Petzold <petzold@engineering.ucsb.edu>

Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2004 16:21:16 -0800 (PST)

**Subject: Faculty Position, University of California, Santa Barbara**

Faculty Position

Computational Science and Engineering

University of California, Santa Barbara

The College of Engineering at the University of California, Santa

Barbara is in the process of developing a multidisciplinary

college-wide program in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE).

An objective of the CSE program is to build strengths in the core

areas of numerical methods, algorithms and software tools for

scientific computation, high performance computing and

communications, and scientific visualization, as well as to establish

collaborative linkages in the applied areas of CSE such as

computational fluid dynamics, quantum computation, nanoelectronics,

control systems, computational materials, etc.

Applications are invited from outstanding candidates at all levels.

Senior candidates should have an established international reputation

in an area within the broad framework of the program, and a track

record of interdisciplinary collaboration. The College is especially

interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and

excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and

service.

Please send a complete application consisting of a curriculum vita

and the names and addresses of at least four professional references

to: Search Committee in Computational Science and Engineering, Dean's

Office, College of Engineering, University of California, Santa

Barbara, CA 93106-5130. The deadline for applications is April 30,

2004. UCSB is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

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From: Aubrey Poore <abpoore@numerica.us>

Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2004 08:02:24 -0700

**Subject: Staff Positions at Numerica**

NUMERICA CORPORATION

Numerica Corporation of Fort Collins, Colorado seeks highly motivated

engineers, scientists, statisticians, computer scientist, and applied

mathematicians to work in areas of data/information fusion, signal

processing, resource management, and multiple target tracking. MS (PhDs

preferred) and US Citizenship is required. The available positions can be

found at www.numerica.us/employment..

Please forward resume to Jeff Poore, Numerica Corp, P.O. Box 271246, Fort

Collins, CO 80527-1246. (Email: JBPoore@Numerica.US)

Numerica is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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From: David Bruhwiler <bruhwile@txcorp.com>

Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2004 17:35:10 -0700 (Mountain Standard Time)

**Subject: Staff Positions at Tech-X Corp**

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

areas of computational physics and computer science.

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

to see the job announcements for these positions.

Best regards,

David

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From: Jocelyne Erhel <Jocelyne.Erhel@irisa.fr>

Date: Fri, 05 Mar 2004 12:08:56 +0100

**Subject: Postdoctoral Positions at INRIA, France**

POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS

INRIA, FRANCE

The INRIA research center is offering 46 post-doctoral positions in

all fields of computer science and applied mathematics.

Topics are available on line.

http://www.inria.fr/travailler/opportunites/postdoc.en.html

Subject proposed by the Sage team (http://www.irisa.fr/sage/) at

INRIA-RENNES (IRISA) :

Larse sparse parallel linear solvers for hydrogeology simulations

http://www.irisa.fr/accueil/emplois/postdocs/2004/Sage-eng.htm

Candidates should sent their application by April 2th, 2004 either to

the researcher responsible of each topic or to

the head of the research team the candidate is willing to join.

Applications should include:

* The selected topic, or a detailed scientific program written by

the candidate

* A curriculum vitae

* A letter of candidature which includes employment prospects

following the post-doctoral period at INRIA

* A copy of the doctoral dissertation

* If possible, doctoral committee reports and one to three letters

of recommendation

* Please specify if you are applying for several subjects.

Main features

- 25800 EUROS (Gross salary)

- 12 months position

- Social security included

- Starting date: from June 2004

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 2nd, 2004

FINAL SELCTION: May, 3rd, 2004

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From: Jean-Baptiste FAURE <faure@lyon.cemagref.fr>

Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2004 16:07:08 +0100

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at Cemagref Lyon**

Applicants will reach a multidisciplinary research team

(hydraulic, hydroinformatic and applied mathematics) based in

Lyon and Grenoble, France.

The post will be mainly in the CEMAGREF Lyon, Hydraulic and

Hydrology research unit and alse in the project-team IDOPT,

INRIA Grenoble.

A PhD in fluid mechanics / hydraulics or in applied

mathematics - scientific computation is required.

Experience in automatic differentiation, hydroinformatics or

identification - data assimilation is desirable.

The contract (restricted to non-French citizen) will have a duration of 10

months with 20 000 - 25 000 Euros.

The successful candidate will be a willing and effective

communicator and committed to team collaboration.

Overview.

i) Differentiate two hydraulic softwares based on shallow

water models (flood models). In others words, generate

the adjoint codes.

Softwares differentiated: Cemagref softwares Mage and

Rubar20 (Fortran, finite difference and finite volume

methods).

Use of the TAPENADE automatic differentiation tool(INRIA

software).

ii) Exploitation of the adjoint codes in collaboration

with hydraulicians (sensitivity analysis,uncertainty

propagation, identification problems).

Applications with full CV giving names and addresses of two

referees should be sent to: faure@lyon.cemagref.fr

Web sites :

CEMAGREF LYON, Hydraulic and Hydrology research unit,

http://www.cemagref.lyon.fr/hh/

Lyon : http://www.mairie-lyon.fr/

INRIA, IDOPT Project, http://www.inria.fr

Grenoble, http://www.grenoble-isere-tourisme.com

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

Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2004 06:31:37 -0500 (EST)

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

Linear Algebra and its Applications Volume 380, (15 March 2004)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Special section dedicated to the GAMM workshop Applied and Numerical Linear

Algebra with special emphasis on Numerical Methods for Structured and Random

Matrices, Pages 1-2

Andreas Frommer , Volker Mehrmann and Reinhard Nabben

On doubly structured matrices and pencils that arise in linear response theory,

Pages 3-51

Christian Mehl , Volker Mehrmann and Hongguo Xu

The behavior of symmetric Krylov subspace methods for solving Mx=(M-[gamma]I)v,

Pages 53-71

V. Simoncini and M. Pennacchio

On finite dimension exchange algorithms, Pages 73-93

Holger Arndt

Generalized Hessenberg matrices, Pages 95-105

Miroslav Fiedler and Zdenk Vavin

A unified approach to fast image registration and a new curvature based

registration technique, Pages 107-124

Bernd Fischer and Jan Modersitzki

A note on the second largest eigenvalue of a tree with perfect matchings,

Pages 125-134

Ji-Ming Guo and Shang-Wang Tan

Representability of convex sets by analytical linear inequality systems,

Pages 135-150

Daniel A. Jaume and Ruben Puente

Generalization of Flanders' theorem to matrix triples, Pages 151-171

J. Gelonch and C. R. Johnson

On graphs with at most three Laplacian eigenvalues greater than or equal to two,

Pages 173-184

Miroslav Petrovi , Bojana Borovianin and Aleksandar Torgaev

Additive preservers of rank-additivity on the spaces of symmetric and alternate

matrices, Pages 185-198

Hong You and Xiao Min Tang

Inverse eigenproblems and associated approximation problems for matrices with

generalized symmetry or skew symmetry, Pages 199-211

William F. Trench

The N-matrix completion problem under digraphs assumptions, Pages 213-225

C. Mendes Araujo , Juan R. Torregrosa and Ana M. Urbano

A unified treatment for the matrix Stieltjes moment problem, Pages 227-239

Yong-Jian Hu and Gong-Ning Chen

Generic canonical form of pairs of matrices with zeros, Pages 241-251

Tat'yana N. Gaiduk and Vladimir V. Sergeichuk

Subresultants and locally nilpotent derivations, Pages 253-261

M'hammed El Kahoui

Some partial inverse eigenvalue problems: recovering diagonal entries of

symmetric matrices, Pages 263-270

D. Paul Phillips

Linear Algebra and its Applications Volume 381, (1 April 2004)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

System theoretic based characterisation and computation of the least common

multiple of a set of polynomials, Pages 1-23

Nicos Karcanias and Marilena Mitrouli

Conjugacy invariants of , Pages 25-35

B. Foreman

Inertia theorems for pairs of matrices, Pages 37-52

Cristina Ferreira and Fernando C. Silva

A property concerning the Hadamard powers of inverse M-matrices, Pages 53-60

Shencan Chen

A limit theorem for sets of stochastic matrices, Pages 61-76

Anne Condon and Michael Saks

On the powers of a vectorial matroid - an equivalence relation, Pages 77-95

Rosario Fernandes

A decreasing sequence of upper bounds on the largest Laplacian eigenvalue of a

graph, Pages 97-116

Oscar Rojo and Hector Rojo

The k-edge connected subgraph problem I: Polytopes and critical extreme points,

Pages 117-139

M. Didi Biha and A. R. Mahjoub

A least squares approach to reduce stable discrete linear systems preserving

their stability, Pages 141-163

Sven Feldmann and Patrick Lang

Positive extension problems for a class of structured matrices, Pages 165-195

Vladimir Bolotnikov and Paul A. Smith

Spectral shorted matrices, Pages 197-217

Jorge Antezana , Gustavo Corach and Demetrio Stojanoff

Parametric extensions of Shannon inequality and its reverse one in Hilbert

space operators, Pages 219-235

Takayuki Furuta

Some facets of the polytope of even permutation matrices, Pages 237-244

Jeffrey Hood and David Perkinson

Eventually nonnegative matrices are similar to seminonnegative matrices,

Pages 245-258

Sarah Carnochan Naqvi and Judith J. McDonald

Numerical ranges of unbounded operators arising in quantum physics,

Pages 259-279

N. Bebiano , R. Lemos and J. da Providencia

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From: Raimondas Ciegis <Raimondas.Ciegis@fm.vtu.lt>

Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2004 08:52:33 +0200 (WET)

**Subject: Contents, Mathematical Modelling and Analysis**

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING AND ANALYSIS

The Baltic Journal

on Mathematical Applications,

Numerical Analysis and Differential Equations

ISSN 1392-6292

Electronical edition: http://www.vtu.lt/rc/mma/

Volume 9, Number 1, 2004

CONTENTS

K. Batrakov, S. Sytova

Modelling of quasi-Cherenkov electron beam instability in periodical

structures

p. 1-8

J. Dhar

A prey-predator model with diffusion and a supplementary resource for the

prey in a two-patch environment

p. 9-24

O. Dumbrajs, H. Kalis, A. Reinfelds

Numerical solution of single mode gyrotron equation

p.25-38

R. Gar{\v s}ka, I. Kr{\= u}minien{\. e}

Spatial analysis and prediction of Curonian lagoon data with Gstat

p. 39-50

J. Sieber, M. Rad{\v z}i{\= u}nas, K. R. Schneider

Dynamics of multisection semiconductor lasers

p. 51-66

J. Socolowsky

On the existence and uniqueness of two-fluid channel flows

p.67-78

M. Tarang

Stability of the spline collocation method for second order Volterra

integro-differential equations

p.79-90

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

Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2004 16:44:04 -0700 (MST)

**Subject: Contents, Reliable Computing**

Reliable Computing

Volume 10, issue 3, 2004

Mathematical Research

Slope Intervals, Generalized Gradients, Semigradients, Slant

Derivatives, and Csets

Humberto Munoz, R. Baker Kearfott

163-193

Integral Approximation of Rays and Verification of Feasibility

Waltraud Huyer, Arnold Neumaier

195-207

On a Refined Analysis of Some Problems in Interval Arithmetic Using

Real Number Complexity Theory

Klaus Meer

209-225

A Method for Outer Interval Solution of Linear Parametric Systems

Lubomir V. Kolev

227-239

Letter to the Editor

Fast Multiplication of Interval Matrices (Interval Version of

Strassen's Algorithm)

Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich

241-243

Information

Interval-Related Talks at InTech'03

245-246

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