- Today's Editor:
- Tamara G. Kolda
- Sandia National Labs
- tgkolda@sandia.gov

- Announcing new open source software, IMTEK Mathematica Supplement
- New Book, Financial Modeling of the Equity Market
- Conference in Stockholm to the memory of Germund Dahlquist
- Second call for submissions, Workshop on Total Least Squares
- Conference on Scientific Computing in Vienna, Feb 9-11, 2006
- ILAS 2006 Amsterdam: Second Announcement and Call for Papers
- 2nd CFP Joint GAMM-SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra
- Winter school : Automation of comptations / Turbulent flow simulation
- Announcing IWOMP 2006 in Reims, France
- Workshop announcement: DWCAA06, Canazei (Italy)
- Bay Area Scientific Computing Day 2006
- The ECCOMAS School on Advanced Computational Methods for Fluid-Structure
- Mathematical Software Engineer Position, AspenTech Inc, Boston, Mass., USA.
- PhD position at the University of Twente, Enschede,The Netherlands
- PhD position at EPFL, Chair of Numerical Analysis and Simulation
- Contents, Comput. Methods Funct. Theory
- Contents, ELA
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From: Oliver Ruebenkoenig <ruebenko@imtek.uni-freiburg.de>

Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006 14:24:16 +0100 (CET)

**Subject: Announcing new open source software, IMTEK Mathematica Supplement**

The IMTEK Mathematica Supplement, or IMS for short is an open source

Mathematica add-on and provides a wealth of packages and tutorials from a

variety of application areas, but with a strong focus on Finite Element

Computations. The IMS is a continuous project at the Chair for

Microsystem Simulation, Department for Microsystem Engineering (IMTEK),

University of Freiburg, Germany. The IMS user group is supported through

a mailing list, which can be accessed at the IMS web site:

http://www.imtek.uni-freiburg.de/simulation/mathematica/IMSweb/

Basically, the IMS has three main foci:

1) To provide useful Mathematica computation, visualisation and simulation

packages and their documentation

2) To provide easy to use, hands-on tutorials

3) To extend the capability to import and export CAD data formats with

interface packages.

It is important that IMS follows good design principles. The

interoperability of commands has received great attention during the

design process. Two core data structures extend the Mathematica

complement: the imsNexus and the imsSystem.

imsNexus is a Graph like data structure which is used to represent

computational meshes, circuit net lists or other connectivity based

domains. A variety of differential operators may be applied to these

objects (elements) and global equations systems can be built from them. Such

equation systems are represented by the imsSystem data structure.

An imsSystem - no matter whether it is built from within IMS or is read in

from an external source - can then be model order reduced or time

integrated.

With about 50 numerical packages, 10 interface packages and about 10

tutorials, the IMS extends Mathematica in the areas of Computational

Geometry, Data Structures, (Partial) Differential Equation Systems and a

large set of Utilities. Several Lectures, Tips and Application Examples

are also provided.

We hope to have you excited about the contents of IMS. Have a look, it is

only a download away:

http://www.imtek.de/simulation/mathematica/IMSweb/

You IMS team,

Oliver Ruebenkoenig, Jan Lienemann, Christian Moosmann, Zhenyu Liu,

Evgenii Rudnyi and Jan G. Korvink

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From: "Petter Kolm" <petter.kolm@gmail.com>

Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 09:23:23 -0500

**Subject: New Book, Financial Modeling of the Equity Market**

Frank J. Fabozzi, Sergio M. Focardi, Petter N. Kolm: Financial Modeling of

the Equity Market - From CAPM to Cointegration

651 pages, Hardcover, ISBN 0-471-69900-4, John Wiley, January 2006

Financial Modeling of the Equity Market is a comprehensive, up-to-date guide

to the modeling of equity portfolios. The book is intended for

mathematicians, quantitative analysts, practitioners, and students of

finance. Without sacrificing mathematical rigor, it presents arguments in a

concise and clear style with a wealth of real-world examples and practical

simulations.

This book describes the major approaches to single-period return analysis,

including modeling, estimation, and optimization issues. It covers both

static and dynamic factor analysis, regime shifts, long-run modeling, and

cointegration. Estimation techniques, including dimensionality reduction,

Bayesian estimates, the Black-Litterman model, and random coefficient

models, are also covered in depth. Important advances in transaction cost

measurement and modeling, robust optimization, and recent developments in

optimization with higher moments are also discussed.

For further details and table of contents, please refer to

http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0471699004,descCd-authorInfo.html

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From: Axel Ruhe <ruhe@nada.kth.se>

Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2006 10:50:31 +0100

**Subject: Conference in Stockholm to the memory of Germund Dahlquist**

Mini Conference in Numerical Analysis

In Honor of Professor Germund Dahlquist

February 10, 2006

Invited Speakers

Åke Björck, Professor em. in Numerical Analysis, Linköping University

Björn Engquist, Professor in Numerical Analysis, KTH and The

University of Texas at Austin

Gene H. Golub, Professor in Computer Science, Stanford University

Svante Littmark, CEO Comsol Inc., Dr. H.C at KTH

Jesper Oppelstrup, Professor in Numerical Analysis, KTH

Gustaf Söderlind, Professor in Numerical Anlysis, Lund University

The conference is open to all, free of charge. If you wish to attend,

please register by sending an email to mariee@nada.kth.se.

The conference will take place February 10th 1 pm to 5 pm in the

lecture hall F2 at the main Campus of KTH. The address is

Lindstedtsvägen 26, Stockholm.

A program with more detailed information will be available soon and

found on the web:

http://www.csc.kth.se/internt/miniconference/

The conference is arranged by the School of Computer Science and

Communication (former Nada) at KTH on the initiative of Ingrid

Melinder.

Welcome!

Ingrid Melinder

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From: Ivan Markovsky <Ivan.Markovsky@esat.kuleuven.be>

Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2006 12:41:30 +0100

**Subject: Second call for submissions, Workshop on Total Least Squares**

The 4th International Workshop on Total Least Squares and

Errors-in-Variables modeling will take place August 21-23, 2006, in the

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. This interdisciplinary

workshop, chaired by Prof. Dr. Ir. Sabine Van Huffel and Dr. Ivan

Markovsky, is a continuation of three previous workshops which were held

in Leuven, August 1991, 1996, and 2001. Previous workshops brought

together participants from 20 different countries working in diverse

scientific disciplines: numerical analysis, statistics, signal

processing, systems and control, modal analysis, econometrics, computer

vision, and astronomy. Topics of interest for the workshop are:

1. Basic concepts and analysis in errors-in-variables modeling

2. Total least squares algorithms

3. Structured total least squares problems

4. Nonlinear errors-in-variables models and statistical estimators

5. Errors-in-variables modeling with bounded uncertainties

6. Orthogonal curve fitting

7. Errors-in-variables estimation in system identification

8. Errors-in-variables estimation in signal processing

9. Errors-in-variables applications in other fields

For more details (including abstracts of invited lectures), see

http://www.esat.kuleuven.be/~imarkovs/workshop.html

Authors of accepted contributions will be asked to prepare a version for

publication in the conference proceedings to be published as special

issues of numerical linear algebra and applied statistics journals.

Disclaimer: http://www.kuleuven.be/cwis/email_disclaimer.htm

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From: Wilfried Gansterer <wilfried.gansterer@univie.ac.at>

Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 14:25:29 +0100

**Subject: Conference on Scientific Computing in Vienna, Feb 9-11, 2006**

Reminder:

COSCOMP 2006 - Conference on Scientific Computing in Vienna

(February 9-11, 2006, http://news.ani.univie.ac.at/)

Important Dates:

Hotel reservations: until January 17, 2006

E-mail registration: until January 26, 2006

Participation in COSCOMP 2006 is free of charge.

Registration required by e-mail to wpi-conf1@mat.univie.ac.at

Conference: February 9-11, 2006

Tentative list of speakers:

* Achi Brandt (The Weizmann Institute of Science)

* Peter Deuflhard (Free University and Zuse Institute, Berlin)

* Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

* Björn Engquist (KTH Stockholm)

* David Keyes (Columbia University)

* Ulrich Langer (University of Linz)

* Markus Püschel (Carnegie Mellon University)

* Graham Richards (University of Oxford)

* Christian Ringhofer (Arizona State University)

* Horst Simon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

* Axel Voigt (Center for Advanced European Studies and Research, Bonn)

* Peter Zoller (Universität Innsbruck)

For further details please see http://news.ani.univie.ac.at

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From: brandts@science.uva.nl

Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 09:26:23 +0100

**Subject: ILAS 2006 Amsterdam: Second Announcement and Call for Papers**

On July 18-21 2006 the 13-th ILAS conference will take place

in Amsterdam at the Vrije Universiteit.

This conference of the International Linear Algebra Society

has a significant Numerical Linear Algebra component. See

http://staff.science.uva.nl/~brandts/ILAS06

This website includes online forms for:

* (deadline Feb 12) Application for Financial Support

* (deadline Apr 01) Registration, Submission Title/Abstract

A modest amount of funding is available for PhD students and

people with limited financial resources only.

The proceedings will appear as a volume of Linear Algebra and

its Applications, edited by Harm Bart, Jan Brandts, Andre Ran

and Paul VanDooren.

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From: Andreas Frommer <frommer@math.uni-wuppertal.de>

Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 10:04:07 +0100

**Subject: 2nd CFP Joint GAMM-SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra**

**Subject: 2nd CFP Joint GAMM-SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra**

This is a reminder that submission of contributed papers

(20 minutes including discussion) is still open until January 31st.

The joint GAMM-SIAM conference on Applied Linear Algebra will be held

at the University of Duesseldorf, Germany, from July 24 to July 27,

2006. It continues the SIAM conference series on the same subject.

12 plenary talks and 22 minisymposia are confirmed. Further information,

registration and submission of talks at http://www.ala2006.de

Local organizers: Marlis Hochbruck (Duesseldorf), Andreas Frommer

(Wuppertal), Bruno Lang (Wuppertal)

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From: Knut Andreas Lie <Knut-Andreas.Lie@sintef.no>

Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 15:39:00 +0100

**Subject: Winter school : Automation of comptations / Turbulent flow simulation**

6th Winter School, Geilo, Norway, March 5-10, 2006:

AUTOMATION OF COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICAL MODELING / TURBULENT FLOW SIMULATION

LECTURES:

Johan Hoffman, NADA, Royal Institute of Technology KTH, Stockholm

Anders Logg, Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago

The first part of the winter school gives an introduction to the mathematics

behind the FEniCS project (http://www.fenics.org/). The vision of FEniCS is

to set a new standard computational mathematics with respect to generality,

efficiency, and simplicity concerning mathematical methodology,

implementation, and application. The basic ingredients are:

* automation of discretization of differential/integral equations,

* automation of discrete solution,

* automation of error control,

* automation of modeling,

* automation of optimization

In the second part, Hoffman will introduce a nonstandard approach to

turbulence modelling based upon adaptivity and discretization by stabilized

Galerkin finite element methods.

REGISTRATION:

Deadline for registration is JANUARY 20 2006. Please use the

registration form available at http://www.math.sintef.no/vskoler/

ORGANIZERS: A. Tveito, B.F. Nielsen, and K.-A. Lie

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From: "Bronis R. de Supinski" <bronis@llnl.gov>

Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2006 10:09:30 -0800 (PST)

**Subject: Announcing IWOMP 2006 in Reims, France**

ANNOUNCING IWOMP 2006 IN REIMS FRANCE

IWOMP 2006 will take place June 12-15, 2006 in Reims, FRANCE. The workshop will

be a great opportunity for learning more about OpenMP, for practical experience

and interaction between OpenMP users and developers. In keeping with the

objectives and format of the previous workshops, IWOMP 2006 will feature two

distinct parts. The first part, which will take place in the Pommery Castle, will

consist of presentations of technical papers and panels. The second part, which

will take place at Reims University, will provide attendees the opportunity to

learn OpenMP through a tutorial that will include several real-life case studies

or to improve the performance of their applications through a hands-on laboratory

experience. Please visit the IWOMP web site, http://www.iwomp.org/, for details.

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From: "Stefano De Marchi" <stefano.demarchi@univr.it>

Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 22:04:15 +0100 (CET)

**Subject: Workshop announcement: DWCAA06, Canazei (Italy)**

1st DOLOMITES WORKSHOP ON CONSTRUCTIVE APPROXIMATION AND APPLICATIONS (DWCAA06)

A workshop dedicated to Walter Gautschi for his 50 years of

professional activity will be held in

Alba di Canazei (Trento), Italy, on September 8-12, 2006

Topics:

DWCAA06 aims to provide a forum for researchers to present and

discuss ideas, theories, and applications. The scope of the workshop

is to bring together people working in approximation and in particular

we intend to cover the following topics

* Approximation by Multivariate Polynomials (Interpolation,

Orthogonal Polynomials, ...)

* Approximation by Radial Basis Functions and other Meshfree Methods

* Cubature Methods

* Computational Tools

* Applications to Scientific Computing

* Applications to Numerical Modelling in Engineering and Finance

List of confirmed plenary speakers:

Bojanov B. (Sofia, BG), Bos L. (Calgary, CA), Bozzini M. (Milan, IT),

Brezinski C. (Lille, FR), Buhmann M. (Giessen, DE), Fasshauer G.

(Chicago, IL), Iske A. (Hamburg, DE), Levesley J. (Leicester, UK),

Montefusco L. (Bologna, IT), Sauer T. (Giessen, DE), Schaback R.

(Goettingen, DE), Sloan I. (Sydney, AU), Wendland H. (Dresden, DE),

Xu Y. (Eugene, OR)

Call for participation:

Since the meeting is limited to at most 80 participants, people

interested to participate to this workshop are invited to send

as soon as possible an email, with subject "Pre-registration", to

dwcaa06@sci.univr.it providing the following information:

name, affiliation, e-mail address and the interest to contribute as

"Participation only", "Contributed talk", "Poster presentation".

In the two latter cases, please send also, if available, a tentative

title of the presentation.

For additional information, see the Workshop web page

Conference web page: http://www.sci.univr.it/~dwcaa06

Conference e-mail: dwcaa06@sci.univr.it

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From: "Steven L. Lee" <slee@llnl.gov>

Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2006 16:10:05 -0800

**Subject: Bay Area Scientific Computing Day 2006**

Seventh Bay Area Scientific Computing Day (BASCD)

Date: Saturday, March 4 2006

Location: Hilton Garden Inn, 2801 Constitution Drive, Livermore CA

Sponsor: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

The Seventh Bay Area Scientific Computing Day will be sponsored by

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and held at the Hilton Garden

Inn in Livermore, CA on Saturday March 4, 2006.

The website for event information is:

http://www.llnl.gov/casc/workshops/bascd/2006

If you plan to attend, we would be grateful if you would visit the

site and fill out a short pre-registration form. Pre-registration is

helpful for our planning purposes.

Please refer to the website for how to contribute a 25-minute talk, or

poster presentation.

Description:

The Bay Area Scientific Computing Day (BASCD) is an informal gathering

to encourage the interaction and collaboration of researchers in the

field of computational science and engineering from the San Francisco

Bay Area. This event provides an opportunity for new and early-career

researchers to present their work to the local community, and for the

Bay Area scientific computing community at large to exchange views on

today's computational challenges.

Sincerely,

Steven Lee (slee@llnl.gov)

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From: Abul Fahimuddin <a.fahimuddin@tu-bs.de>

Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 09:28:19 +0100

**Subject: The ECCOMAS School on Advanced Computational Methods for Fluid-Structure**

An ECCOMAS-school is being organised by Hermann Matthies and Roger Ohayon

at the Center for Advanced Studies of Ibiza, Spain on Advanced Computational

Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems in the period of 3-7 May 2006.

The covered topics are :

- Review of mathematical formulations and general methodology (e.g. Eulerian,

Lagrangian, ALE, ...)

- Finite Volume/finite element discretisations

- Meshfree methods and Lattice-Boltzmann methods

- Coupling of partitioned analyses, strong coupling and mesh coupling

- X-FEM for Fluid-Structure interfaces

- Hydro-elasticity and problems with free surfaces

- Code-coupling middleware and computational environments

The course will be taught by :

D. Boffi, Universitā di Pavia : Stability and Geometric Conservation Laws

C. Farhat, Stanford University : Formulation and General Methodology

L. Gastaldi, Universitā di Brescia : Immersed Boundary Methods

S. Idelsohn, CIMCI : Lagrangian Particle Methods

M. Krafczyk, TU Braunschweig : Lattice-Boltzmann Methods

A. Kölke, TU Braunschweig : X-FEM for FSI Interfaces

R. Löhner, George Mason University : FEM Formulation and Applications

H. Matthies, TU Braunschweig : Strong Coupling Algorithms

R. Niekamp, TU Braunschweig : Software Component Architecture

R. Ohayon, CNAM : Vibrations and Potential Flow

E. Oņate, UPC : Finite Element and Particle Methods

M. Peric, CD-adapco : Finite Volume Methods and Free Surface Flows

A. Quarteroni, EPFL : Hemodynamics

For further information, please visit :

http://congress.cimne.upc.es/cfsi/frontal/default.asp

A limited number of grants covering 50% of the fees are available for students.

Abul K.M. Fahimuddin

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From: "Garratt, Tony" <tony.garratt@aspentech.com>

Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 13:36:17 -0000

**Subject: Mathematical Software Engineer Position, AspenTech Inc, Boston, Mass., USA.**

Overview:

The role involves the research, development and maintainence of Aspen Open

Solvers (AOS), AspenTech's corporate component for the development and

deployment of mathematical software for engineering and supply chain

products, including Aspen Plus, Aspen Custom Modeler, Apollo Controller and

Aspen OSE. AOS is a set of C++ and .net interfaces for deploying linear,

non-linear equation and non-linear programming solvers, and is to be

extended to differential-algebraic equations and mixed integer programming.

Responsibilities:

We are looking for a talented software engineer with very strong

mathematical skills to work as part of a small team on AOS. The role

involves design and development of new capabilities for AOS and working with

development teams that use AOS in their products. Development is on Windows

using mostly C++ with some FORTRAN and .NET.

It is important that the candidate has a solid mathematical background,

ideally with experience in developing and supporting industrial strength

mathematical codes. The role involves working across a broad range of solver

technologies, including sparse linear solvers, non-linear algebraic solvers,

nonlinear programming, differential-algebraic solvers, control design and

parameter estimation, so extensive knowledge of one or more of these areas

is required and the candidate will be expected to broaden their skill base

to cover all areas.

As part of the role, the candidate will learn about the modeling

technologies and products used by AspenTech and its clients and will be

expected to support existing AOS solvers and work with product teams to

resolve solution engine problems.

Initial training may require some travel to the UK.

There may occasionally be the opportunity to work on external

collaborations.

Qualifications:

* Experience of developing numerical solvers for industrial software

applications.

* Strong mathematical and numerical computation skills.

* Experience in developing OOD technical software using C++

* Knowledge of FORTRAN or .NET beneficial.

* Knowledge of solution technologies for equation based simulation would be

a distinct advantage.

Education

MS/Phd in mathmatics or engineering.

Dr. Tony J. Garratt

Senior Technologist

AspenTech Ltd, HQ Executive Offices, Trinity House, Cambridge Business Park,

Cowley Road, Cambridge. CB4 0WZ. UK.

tony.garratt@aspentech.com

http://www.aspentech.com

phone:+44 1223 393580

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From: O Bokhove <o.bokhove@math.utwente.nl>

Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 11:02:40 +0100

**Subject: PhD position at the University of Twente, Enschede,The Netherlands **

Ph.D. position on

"Hamiltonian-based numerical methods for forced-dissipative climate

prediction"

with Drs. Onno Bokhove (Applied Mathematics, University of Twente) and

Jason Frank (Center for Mathematics and Computer Science, Amsterdam).

The Ph.D. position will be held in the Numerical Analysis and Computational

Mechanics (NACM) group at the University of Twente, Enschede,

The Netherlands see

http://www.math.utwente.nl/nacm/People/employ.html

Kind regards, Onno Bokhove.

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From: Marco Picasso <marco.picasso@epfl.ch>

Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 17:14:10 +0100

**Subject: PhD position at EPFL, Chair of Numerical Analysis and Simulation**

A PhD student position is available from April 1, 2006 at the Chair of

Numerical Analysis and Simulation (iacs.epfl.ch/asn), Ecole

Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland.

The successful candidate should have a Master's degree in Theoretical

Physics or Mathematics and possibly experience in programming and

scientific computing.

He or she will work in the field of mathematical modeling and numerical

analysis of partial differential equations. The subject pertains to

MagnetHydroDynamics (MHD) for Aluminum production in the frameset of an

industrial project with the Alcan-Pechiney company.

Teaching duties include 4 hours per week. We offer a net salary of

approximately 40 000 swiss francs per year.

Please send a letter of motivation, a full c.v. including grades along

with references to marco.picasso@epfl.ch or jacques.rappaz@epfl.ch.

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From: office@cmft.de

Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 12:42:47 +0100 (CET)

**Subject: Contents, Comput. Methods Funct. Theory**

COMPUTATIONAL METHODS AND FUNCTION THEORY Volume 5 (2005)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Abstracts online available at http://www.heldermann.de/CMF/cmf050.htm)

A New Approach to Support Point Theory for the Class S, Pages 1-17

S. M. Zemyan

Overdeterminated Boundary Value Problems, Quadrature Domains and Applications, Pages 19-48

D. Khavinson, A. Solynin, D. Vassilev

Solutions of <I>f''+A(z)f=0</I> in the Unit Disc Having Blaschke Sequences as the Zeros, Pages 49-63

J. Heittokangas

Two New Criteria for Normal Families, Pages 65-76

E. F. Clifford

Remarks on Complex Difference Equations, Pages 77-88

I. Laine, J. Rieppo, H. Silvennoinen

On the Solution of Discrete Vekua Equations, Pages 89-110

K. Gürlebeck, A. Hommel

Cauchy Integral Decomposition of Multi-Vector Valued Functions on Hypersurfaces, Pages 111-134

R. A. Blaya, J. B. Reyes, R. Delanghe, F. Sommen

Maximin Polynomials and Inverse Balayage, Pages 135-141

M. Götz

Bohr's Radius for Polynomials in One Complex Variable, Pages 143-151

Z. Guadarrama

Exceptional Sets for Certain Differential Polynomials of Entire Functions, Pages 153-158

G. F. Kendall

On Schwarz's Lemma in Multiply Connected Domains, Pages 159-184

G. Schmieder

Zero Distributions for Polynomials Orthogonal with Weights over Certain Planar Regions, Pages 185-221

E. Miña-Díaz, E. B. Saff, N. S. Stylianopoulos

Covering Properties of Most Entire Functions on Stein Manifolds, Pages 223-235

P. M. Gauthier, M. R. Pouryayevali

A Modification of the Roper-Suffridge Extension Operator, Pages 237-251

J. R., Jr. Muir

Integer Points of Meromorphic Functions, Pages 253-262

J. K. Langley

On Keogh's Length Estimate for Bounded Starlike Functions, Pages 263-274

E. Crane, D. Markose

The Analytic Fixed Point Function in the Disk, Pages 275-299

D. Mejia, Ch. Pommerenke

On Sparse Sets with the Green Function of the Highest Smoothness, Pages 301-322

V. V. Andrievskii

Estimates for Conformal Metric Ratios, Pages 323-345

D. A. Herron, W. Ma, D. Minda

Remez-Type Inequalities in Terms of Linear Measure, Pages 347-363

V. V. Andrievskii, S. Ruscheweyh

Construction of a Universal Laurent Series, Pages 365-372

D. Mayenberger, V. Vlachou

Landen-Type Inequality for Bessel Functions, Pages 373-379

A. Baricz

Bloch-Sobolev Spaces and Analytic Composition Operators, Pages 381-393

M. Kotilainen, V. Latvala, J. Xiao

On Modified Biquaternionic Analysis in C^3, Pages 395-408

S.-L. Eriksson, J. Hirvonen

J/orgensen Groups of Parabolic Type I (Finite Case), Pages 409-430

C. Li, M. Oichi, H. Sato

Generalized Lipschitz Functions, Pages 431-444

J. Mashreghi

On the Solution of the Dirichlet Problem with Rational Holomorphic Boundary Data, Pages 445-457

P. Ebenfelt, M. Viscardi

Intersections and Unions of Weighted Bergman Spaces, Pages 459-469

R. Korhonen, J. R"atty"a

Numerical Calculation of Conformal Mapping to a Disk Minus Finitely Many Horocycles, Pages 471-488

R. M. Porter

Certain Characterizations of Caratheodory Domains, Pages 489-503

O. Dovgoshey

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From: Hershkowitz Daniel <hershkow@techunix.technion.ac.il>

Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 08:00:25 +0200 (IST)

**Subject: Contents, ELA**

Volume 12 of ELA - ELECTRONIC Journal of LINEAR ALGEBRA is now complete.

Here is its table of contents.

ELA Volume 12 (2004/2005) - Special volume with papers presented at the

2004 Workshop on Nonnegative Matrices, Maynooth

1. Abraham Berman and Thomas J. Laffey, Preface, pp. 1.

2. Naomi Shaked-Monderer, A note on the CP-rank of matrices generated by

Soules matrices, pp. 2-5.

3. Richard A. Brualdi and Suk-Geun Hwang, A Bruhat order for the class of

(0,1)-matrices with row sum vector R and column sum vector S, pp. 6-16.

4. Shmuel Friedland, Daniel Hershkowitz and Siegfried M. Rump, Positive

entries of stable matrices, pp. 17-24.

5. Stephen J. Kirkland, Girth and subdominant eigenvalues for stochastic

matrices, pp. 25-41.

6. Oliver Mason and Robert Shorten, The geometry of convex cones

associated with the Lyapunov inequality and the common Lyapunov function

problem, pp. 42-63.

7. Dusan M. Stipanovic, Sriram Shankaran and Claire J. Tomlin, Multi-agent

avoidance control using an M-matrix property, pp. 64-72.

8. Thomas J. Laffey, Perturbing non-real eigenvalues of nonnegative real

matrices, pp. 73-76.

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