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From: Daniel Potts <>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 13:18:49 +0100
Subject: Software: NFFT, Nonequispaced Fast Fourier Transform

We are pleased to announce version 3.0 of our C library for computing the
nonequispaced discrete Fourier transform in one or more dimensions.
Our library is free software, and based on FFTW3.
Visit the NFFT web-site at

for the software, documentation, and related links.
NFFT3 is a software library written in C for computing nonequispaced fast
Fourier and related transformations. In detail, NFFT3 implements

1) The nonequispaced fast Fourier transform (NFFT)
- the forward transform,
- its adjoint transform.

2) Generalisations of the NFFT
- to arbitrary nodes in time _and_ frequency domain,
- to the two dimensional unit sphere,
- to the hyperbolic cross,
- to real-valued data, i.e. (co)sine transforms.

3) Generalised inverses based on iterative methods.

4) Applications in
- medical imaging (magnetic resonance imaging and computerised tomography),
- summation schemes (fast Gauss transform, convolution with singular
kernels, and convolution on the sphere),
- polar FFTs, discrete Radon transform, ridgelet transform.

If you have comments, questions, or suggestions don't hesitate to email
Jens Keiner (,
Stefan Kunis (, or
Daniel Potts (


From: "J. M. Littleton" <>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 18:20:54 -0500
Subject: Call for Nominations - W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize - Deadline November 30


W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize - DEADLINE APPROACHING - November 30

The W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize is awarded for research in, or other
contributions to, the broadly defined areas of differential equations
and control theory. The prize may be given either for a single notable
achievement or for a collection of such achievements. Committee Chair
H. T. Banks wishes to stress the breadth of the eligible fields.

The prize will be awarded at the 2007 SIAM Conference on Control and Its
Applications (CT07) to be held June 29 - July 1, 2007, in San Francisco,
California. The award consists of an engraved medal and a $10,000 cash
prize. The prize recipient is requested to present a lecture at the
meeting. SIAM will reimburse reasonable travel expenses for the
recipient to attend the meeting and give the lecture.

Nominations, including a description of achievement(s), should be
addressed to Professor H. T. Banks, Chair, W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize
Committee and sent by November 30, 2006, to J. M. Littleton at Inquiries should be addressed to Complete calls for nominations for SIAM prizes can
be found at


From: "Ute McCrory, Springer-Verlag" <>
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 04:17:01 -0500
Subject: New book, Triangulations and Applications

Triangulations and Applications

Series: Mathematics and Visualization
Hjelle, Øyvind, Dæhlen, Morten
Springer-Verlag 2006, XI, 234 p., 126 illus., 5 in colour, Hardcover
ISBN-10: 3-540-33260-X
ISBN-13: 978-3-540-33260-2

This book is entirely about triangulations. With emphasis on computational
issues, the basic theory necessary to construct and manipulate triangulations
is presented. In particular, a tour through the theory behind the Delaunay
triangulation, including algorithms and software issues, is given. Various data
structures used for the representation of triangulations are discussed.
Throughout the book, the theory is related to selected applications, in
particular surface construction, meshing and visualization.

Written for:
Graduate students and researchers in triangulation, surface modeling, mesh
generation, computational geometry and computer graphics

Table of Contents:
1 Triangles and Triangulations.- 2 Graphs and Data Structures.- 3 Delaunay
Triangulations and Voronoi Diagrams.- 4 Algorithms for Delaunay Triangulation.-
5 Data Dependent Triangulations.- 6 Constrained Delaunay Triangulation.- 7
Delaunay Refinement Mesh Generation.- 8 Least Squares Approximation of
Scattered Data.- 9 Programming Triangulations: The Triangulation Template
Library (TTL).- References.- Index.


From: Jochen Garcke <garcke@math.TU-Berlin.DE>
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 12:55:51 +0100
Subject: Workshop on High-dimensional Approximation, Canberra, Feb 2007

Second Workshop on High-dimensional Approximation
19 - 22 February 2007
Australian National University, Canberra

The workshop is devoted to recent advances and ideas concerning
high-dimensional approximation.

The need for representation of high-dimensional functions and data
arises in numerous application fields. While challenged by the curse of
dimensionality, computational techniques in these areas are becoming
more widely available. This includes methods for quadrature and for the
solution of partial differential problems with applications in biology,
chemistry, physics, finance, engineering, statistics and machine
learning. The workshop will provide both introductions to an active
area of research and an overview over some current research in this
area. It will provide possibilities for researchers who are interested
in applications which result in high-dimensional problems to interact
with colleagues from other disciplines facing similar challenges.

The list of speakers include
Richard Brent Australian National University
Kevin Burrage University of Queensland
Michael Griebel Universtität Bonn
Markus Hegland Australian National University
Ian Sloan University of New South Wales
Alex Smola National ICT Australia
Henryk Wozniakowski Columbia University and University of Warsaw
Harry Yserentant Technische Universität Berlin

For more information see


From: gerhardwilhelm weber <>
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 10:35:28 +0200
Subject: EURO-CBBM Wksp on OR in Comp Biology, Bioinfo & Medicine, Jul 2007

EURO-CBBM Workshop
Workshop on OR in
Computational Biology, Bioinformatics and Medicine
Prague, Czech Republic, July 8, 2007

The international workshop is being organized by the EURO Working Group on OR
in Computational Biology, Bioinformatics and Medicine before the EURO2007
meeting in Prague, Czech Republic.

The objective of the workshop is to bring together researchers developing and
using OR methods to solve problems in computational biology, bioinformatics
and medicine from a range of countries. The workshop intends to be an
effective forum for the exchange and for the discussion of current research,
issues and future trends.

Ivet Bahar, University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Christodoulos A. Floudas, Princeton University, NJ, USA
Peter L. Hammer, RUTCOR - Rutgers Center for Operations Research, NJ, USA
Dietrich Rebholz-Schuhmann, EBI, Cambridge, UK

Deadline for abstract submission: April 1, 2007
Notification of acceptance: April 15, 2007
Send your abstracts to Metin Turkay (


From: Klaus Weihrauch <>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 11:20:40 +0100 (CET)
Subject: CFP, CCA 2007, Jun 2007

Call for Papers
CCA 2007
Fourth International Conference
June 16-18, 2007,
Siena, Italy

Authors are invited to submit a PostScript or PDF version of a paper to

Submission deadline: March 15, 2007
Notification of authors: April 15, 2007
Final versions: May 5, 2007
Conference: June 16-18, 2007

CCA 2007 is co-located with the conference CiE 2007,
Computability in Europe 2007: Computation and Logic in the Real World,
University of Siena, June 18-23, 2007.


From: Michal Kocvara <>
Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2006 11:41:11 +0100
Subject: Numerical Linear Algebra & Optimisation, Univ. Birmingham, UK, Sep 2007


University of Birmingham, UK, 13-15 September 2007

31 March 2007, submission of abstract

The success of modern codes for large-scale optimisation is heavily
dependent on the use of effective tools of numerical linear algebra. On
the other hand, many problems in numerical linear algebra lead to
linear, nonlinear or semidefinite optimisation problems. The purpose of
the conference is to bring together researchers from both communities
and to find and communicate points and topics of common interest. This
is the first IMA Conference of this theme, and if it is successful, it
could be the first in a series.

Conference topics include any subject that could be of interest to both
communities, such as:
- Direct and iterative methods for large sparse linear systems
- Eigenvalue computation and optimisation
- Large-scale nonlinear and semidefinite programming
- Effect of round-off errors, stopping criteria, embedded iterative procedures
- Fast matrix computation

Paul Van Dooren (Catholic University of Louvain)
Roger Fletcher (University of Dundee)
Michael Overton (New York University)
Jorge Nocedal (Northwestern University)
Zdenek Strakos (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
Philippe Toint (University of Namur)
Nick Trefethen (Oxford Universtity)

Roy Mathias (University of Birmingham), co-chair
Michal Kocvara (University of Birmingham), co-chair
Jacek Gondzio (University of Edinburgh)
Nick Gould (Oxford Univesity)
Nick Higham (University of Manchester)

Contributed papers will be accepted on the basis on an abstract (up to
one page), which should be submitted to the Conference Officer at the
IMA by 31 March 2007. The contributed talks will be scheduled to at
least 20 minutes. Electronic submissions by e-mail to or on-line at are
encouraged. These must contain the title, contact author e-mail address,
author names, and author affiliations in the covering e-mail. Authors
will be notified of acceptance by 30 April 2007. Extended abstracts up
to four pages (camera-ready) are required by 15 August 2007 for
inclusion in the Conference Proceedings.

Enquiries regarding possible contributions should be addressed to one of
the co-chairs of the Organising Committee. All other enquiries
concerning conference arrangements should be sent to Lucy Nye (email: The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.

Further information can be found soon on the IMA conference website:


From: Ulrich Rude <>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 18:48:03 +0100
Subject: Call for Papers: SISC Special Issue on CS&E

SIAM J. Scientific Computing
Special Issue on Computational Science & Engineering

Guest Editors-in-Chief:
Chris Johnson, University of Utah
David Keyes, Columbia University
Ulrich Ruede, Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg

Call for papers:
Computational Science and Engineering (CS&E) is a rapidly growing
multidisciplinary field that employs advanced computation to understand and
solve complex problems. Recognizing the growing importance of and interest
in CS&E, the SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (SISC) will devote a
special issue to innovative research papers in CS&E. The guest editors are
seeking papers that tackle problems from the real world and make a research
contribution in one or more of the techniques of CS&E. Papers should
illustrate new and useful techniques and tools for solving realistic
problems, which often have complicated three-dimensional geometries,
multiple scales, heterogeneities, anisotropies, and multi-physical or
biological descriptions. Though such problem domains often thwart proofs of
accuracy or efficiency, papers should address validation and verification
through reduction to analyzable cases and convergence studies, as
applicable, and comparisons with alternative approaches.

The deadline for submission of papers is April 30, 2007, following the SIAM
Conference on CS&E:

Review Process:
Papers will be subject to review according to SISC standards by a guest
Editorial Board.

All interested should submit a manuscript and cover letter via SISC's
online submission site.

Guest Editorial Board
Gyan Bhanot, IBM
Rupak Biswas, NADAS Ames Research Center
Edmond Chow, D.E. Shaw Research
Phil Colella, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Yuefan Deng, Stony Brook University
Lori Freitag Diachin, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Omar Ghattas, The University of Texas at Austin
Laurence Halpern, Univ. Paris XIII
Robert Harrison, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Bruce Hendrickson, Sandia National Laboratories
Kirk Jordan, IBM
Tammy Kolda, Sandia National Laboratories
Louis Komzsik, UGS Corp.
Ulrich Langer, Johann Radon Institute, Linz
Hans Petter Langtangen, Simula Research Laboratory
Steven Lee, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Kengo Nakajima, University of Tokyo
Aiichiro Nakano, University of Southern California
David P. Young, Boeing
Stefan Turek, University of Dortmund
Andy Wathen, Oxford University
Margaret Wright, New York University

Additional Information:


From: "T.Terlaky" <>
Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2006 07:01:29 -0500
Subject: Tenure-track/Tenured Faculty Position at McMaster University

McMaster University
School of Computational Engineering and Science
Department of Computing and Software
Tenure-track/Tenured Faculty Position

The Department of Computing and Software jointly with the School of
Computational Engineering and Science invites applications for a
tenure-track/tenured position in computational engineering and
science. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in
computational design, data mining, computational biosciences, or signal
processing. Industry/practical experience and the ability to be, or to become
a Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario is a definite asset. The
position is open with the expectation of the appointment of a high profile
researcher at an Assistant/Associate Professor level. Exceptionally strong
candidates will be considered for tenure and/or a Full Professor level.

The McMaster School of Computational Engineering and Science is the first
graduate school of its kind in Canada dedicated to providing multidisciplinary
education and research programs at the Master's and Ph.D. levels. It is an
equal partnership between the Faculties of Engineering and Science, with
outreach to the School of Business and the Faculty of Health Science. The
three major thrusts of the School are: Computational Physical Sciences;
Computational Optimization, Design and Control; and Computational Biosciences.

The Department of Computing and Software has a component of 26 faculty
members, it offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Computer Science and
Software Engineering. The appointment is within the Faculty of Engineering,
one of the most research intensive Faculties of Engineering in Canada.

Applications and enquiries should be forwarded to: The Chair of the Department
of Computing and Software McMaster University Information Technology Building
1280 Main Street West Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8S 4K1

For more information visit our WEB sites: and McMaster University is strongly committed to
diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from
visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with
disabilities and others who may contribute to the further diversification of
ideas. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians
and permanent residents will be given priority.


From: "Mo Ormisto" <>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 15:37:26 -0600
Subject: Job Posting: Tenure-Track at Northwestern

Northwestern University's Department of Engineering Sciences and Applied
Mathematics invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty
position. Requirements include a Ph.D. and ability to conduct high-impact
research in applied mathematics, focusing on complexity. Duties involve
teaching and research. Rank and salary are negotiable. To ensure full
consideration, applicants should submit their curriculum vitae, a statement
of research interests, and at least three letters of recommendation by
January 15, 2007 online EEO. Women and minorities
are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in
the United States.

Mo Ormiston
Program Assistant
ESAM Department
2145 Sheridan Rd
Evanston, IL 60208
Phone: (847) 491-5586


From: Dmitri Kuzmin <>
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2006 12:36:16 +0100 (CET)
Subject: Researcher position at the University of Dortmund

PhD Studentship / PostDoc position
(TV-L E13 salary, previously BAT IIa)

FEATFLOW Group, Institute of Applied Mathematics
University of Dortmund, Germany

A fully funded research position is available for up to 4 years
(with a possibility of extension) in the framework of the project

"Modeling and numerical simulation of coating processes
by means of thermal spraying"

under the auspices of the collaborative research programme
"3D-Surface Engineering for Metal Sheet Component Manufacturing
Equipment" (SFB 708).

The research to be conducted is aimed at the development of
a 3D simulation tool for turbulent gas-particle flows on the
basis of the software package FEATFLOW (
The mathematical model to be implemented is based on a system
of compressible Navier-Stokes-equations coupled with scalar
transport equations for volume fractions and other variables.
Programming is to be done in Fortran 77/90 under UNIX/Linux.

Applicants should have a solid background in the field of
Computational Fluid Dynamics and numerical methods for PDEs.
Experience in some of the following areas is desirable

- finite element methods, adaptive mesh refinement techniques
- numerical solution of the Euler- and/or Navier-Stokes equations
- implementation of multiphase flow and/or turbulence models

Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

Letters of application including a CV and a summary of research
interests should be addressed to

Prof. Dr. Stefan Turek ( or
JProf. Dr. Dmitri Kuzmin (

Institute of Applied Mathematics
LS III, University of Dortmund
Vogelpothsweg 87, D-44227
Dortmund, Germany


From: Jose Castillo <>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 11:59:11 -0800
Subject: Postdoctoral position in San Diego

Position open: Postdoctoral Fellow, Computational Science, One Year

This position is funded by an NIH NIDDK New Interdisciplinary
Workforce (NIW) grant to SDSU's Computational Science Research Center
(CSRC). Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Computational Science or a
related discipline (e.g. Mathematics, Computer Science, Biological
Sciences, Biochemistry, Biophysics, or Engineering) with a strong
relevance to the biomedical sciences.

The successful candidate will interact with one or more CSRC
Discovery Teams, each consisting of two or three faculty members from
different academic disciplines, two or more predoctoral students and
two or more undergraduates. Current Teams in the NIW program include
mitochondrial architecture (Profs. Frey, Salamon, Baljon, Mahaffy,
Blomgren), phage genetics and community structural analysis (Profs.
Rohwer, Segall, Salamon, Edwards, Mahaffy), mammalian cardiac cell
gene expression and physiology (Profs. Paolini, Valafar, Castillo),
(2) Heart and Motility (Profs May-Newman, Sabbadini Versi and
Paolini, Biology and a bioinformatics, sequence and pattern
classification (Profs. Kelley, Edwards, Chen, Roch, Paolini).

The successful candidate will participate in interdisciplinary
activities, including collaboration with computational biologists
across a number of departments within the Colleges of Science and
Engineering. Teaching experience within interdisciplinary science,
engineering or applied mathematics; including experience with
extramural funding agencies is desirable. In addition, (s)he should
possess a strong foundation in computational biology.

Application Process Screening of applications will begin December 1,
2006 and close on February 1, 2007. Starting date: ASAP. Applicants
should submit by mail to the CSRC Director the following: (1) cover
letter, (2) a summary of research and teaching interests; (3)
curriculum vitae, (4) copies of one or two recent publications, and
(5) three letters of reference.

Equal Opportunity Employer San Diego State University is an
Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Americans with Disabilities
Employer, committed to diversity. In this spirit, we seek
applications from a broad variety of candidates.

Send applications to:
Dr. Jose Castillo, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics
Chair, Computational Science Research Center
San Diego State University
San Diego, CA 92182
Phone: (619) 594-7205
Fax: (619) 594-


From: Qing Nie <>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 14:37:32 -0800
Subject: Postdocs in Computational Biology at UC Irvine

The Center for Mathematical and Computational Biology (CMCB) at
University of California, Irvine, is looking for two to three
postdoctoral fellows. The successful candidates are expected to work in
an inter-disciplinary research environment on projects in systems
biology funded by NIH. Applicants must possess a Ph.D.. Appointments
will be effective on April 1, 2007, or later. Please apply via Mathjobs
at Job reference number:
MATHQSB3283, University of California - Irvine. For further inquiry on
the positions, please contact Qing Nie (


From: "Jose E. Castillo" <>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 11:56:41 -0800
Subject: Ph.D. Studies in San Diego

The Computational Science Research Center at San Diego State
University is looking for qualified applicants for its
interdisciplinary Ph.D. program ( joint with Claremont Graduate
University) in Computational Science.

We have financial support in the form of Teaching, Graduate and
Research Assistantships and Fellowships. Areas of interest include
Nonlinear Dynamics, Biomathematics, Soft Condensed Matter Physics,
Relativistic Astrophysics, General Relativity,
Material Sciences, Geophysics, Nuclear Physics and Physical Oceanography.

Please see our web page ( for details about our
program including application process, deadlines and faculty research


From: Liz Martin <>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 15:18:28 +0000
Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, volume 19, issue 12, December 2006


Volume 19, Issue 12, December 2006

All articles are free for 30 days after publication on the web. This issue is
available at: URL:

Pages: 2727--3010


Renormalization of multidimensional Hamiltonian flows
K Khanin, J Lopes Dias and J Marklof

Symbiotic bright solitary wave solutions of coupled nonlinear Schr\"odinger
T-C Lin and J Wei

Cross-separatrix flux in time-aperiodic and time-impulsive flows
S Balasuriya

Generalized synchronization for delayed chaotic neural networks: a novel
coupling scheme
X Huang and J Cao

Linear stability of a ridge
J R King, A M\"unch and B Wagner

Dynamics near homoclinic bifurcations of three-dimensional dissipative
A Pumari\~no and J C Tatjer

Weakly transverse Boussinesq systems and the Kadomtsev--Petviashvili
D Lannes and J-C Saut

Hyperbolic dimension for interval maps
N Dobbs

Hausdorff dimension for an open class of repellers in $\mathbb{R}^2$
N Luzia

The fractional Keller--Segel model
C Escudero

Asymptotic stability of the critical and super-critical dissipative
quasi-geostrophic equation
B-Q Dong and Z-M Chen

Complex maps without invariant densities
H Bruin and M Todd

Global bifurcations of the Lorenz manifold
E J Doedel, B Krauskopf and H M Osinga
(Multimedia files accompany this article)

Homogenization of quasilinear elliptic equations with non-uniformly bounded
B Amaziane, L Pankratov and A Piatnitski

Hard and soft edge spacing distributions for random matrix ensembles with
orthogonal and symplectic symmetry
P J Forrester


Discrete Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics on Lie groupoids
J C Marrero, D Mart\'{\i}n de Diego and E Mart\'{\i}nez


From: "Professor Dr. T.E. Simos" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2006 12:11:16 +0200
Subject: Contents, J. Numerical Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics 1(1)

Journal of Numerical Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics,
ISSN 1790-8140, ISSN Electronic 1790-8159

A free on-line edition is available at:

Volume 1, Number 1, 2006

This is a special issue edited by Professor Jeff Cash of Imperial

Special Issue on the Numerical Solution of ODEs

Jeff Cash
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 1-3

P. Amodio, I. Gladwell and G. Romanazzi
Numerical Solution of General Bordered ABD Linear Systems by Cyclic
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 5-12

S. D. Capper, J. R. Cash and D. R. Moore
Lobatto-Obrechkoff Formulae for 2nd Order Two-Point Boundary Value
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 13-25

S. D. Capper and D. R. Moore
On High Order MIRK Schemes and Hermite-Birkhoff Interpolants,
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 27-47

J. R. Cash, N. Sumarti, T. J. Abdulla and I. Vieira
The Derivation of Interpolants for Nonlinear Two-Point Boundary Value
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 49-58

J. R. Cash and S. Girdlestone
Variable Step Runge-Kutta-Nyström Methods for the Numerical Solution of
Reversible Systems,
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 59-80

Jeff R. Cash and Francesca Mazzia
Hybrid Mesh Selection Algorithms Based on Conditioning for Two-Point
Boundary Value Problems,
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 81-90

Felice Iavernaro, Francesca Mazzia and Donato Trigiante
Stability and Conditioning in Numerical Analysis,
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 91-112

Felice Iavernaro and Donato Trigiante
Discrete Conservative Vector Fields Induced by the Trapezoidal Method,
JNAIAM, 1(1)(2006), pp. 113-130

Francesca Mazzia, Alessandra Sestini and Donato Trigiante
BS Linear Multistep Methods on Non-uniform Meshes,


From: "Professor Dr. T.E. Simos" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2006 12:11:55 +0200
Subject: Contents, J. Numerical Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics 1(2)

Journal of Numerical Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics,
ISSN 1790-8140, ISSN Electronic 1790-8159

A free on-line edition is available at:

Volume 1, Number 2, 2006

T.E. Simos
JNAIAM, 1(2)(2006), p. 145

E. Capobianco
Non-linear Functional Approximation of Heterogeneous Dynamics,
JNAIAM, 1(2)(2006), pp. 147-174

I. Braianov, F. Marias, J.M. REneaume
Dynamic Simulation of a Fluidized Bed Incineration Process. Influence of
the Interpolation Scheme,
JNAIAM, 1(2)(2006), pp. 175-200

L.F. Shampine, P.H. Muir, H. Xu
A User-Friendly Fortran BVP Solver,
JNAIAM, 1(2)(2006), pp. 201-217

Olga Shishkina and Claus Wagner
Adaptive Meshes for Simulations of Turbulent Rayleigh-Bénard Convection,
JNAIAM, 1(2)(2006), pp. 219-228


From: "Professor Dr. T.E. Simos" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2006 12:12:49 +0200
Subject: Web Site for J. Numerical Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Dear Colleagues

This is to inform you that the Web Site of the Journal of Numerical
Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics (JNAIAM) is ready: URL

The European Society of Computational Methods in Sciences and
Engineering (ESCMSE) (copyright owner of JNAIAM) has decided the
electronic version of JNAIAM to be free for the academic community.

Sincerely yours

Prof. T.E. Simos


From: Chi-Wang Shu <>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 16:05:38 -0500
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing

Journal of Scientific Computing

Volume 29, Number 2, November 2006

A Spectral Method for the Time Evolution in Parabolic
A. Y. Suhov, pp.165-200.

A Parallel Overset Grid High-Order Flow Solver for Large
Eddy Simulation
P. Morgan, M. Visbal and D. Rizzetta, pp.201-217.

Implementation of the Mortar Method in the Wavelet Context
Silvia Bertoluzza, Silvia Falletta and Valerie Perrier,

Blind Wavelet Compression of the Solution of a Nonlinear
PDE with Singular Forcing Term Within Optimal Order Cost:
Stability of Restricted Approximation to Small Errors
Daniel Goujot, pp.257-297.


From: Liz Martin <>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 15:20:52 +0000
Subject: Contents, Inverse Problems, volume 22, issue 6, December 2006


Volume 22, Issue 6, December 2006

Pages: 1921--2356

All articles are free for 30 days after publication on the web. This issue is
available at:


Acoustic nonlinear amplitude versus angle inversion and data-driven depth
imaging in stratified media derived from inverse scattering approximations
L Amundsen, A Reitan, B Arntsen and B Ursin

On the range of the forward map for the viscoelastic seismic inverse problem
K Blazek

On the Kuperschmidt--Wilson theorem for the Moyal--Kadomtsev--Petviasfvili
D Zuo

Newton regularizations for impedance tomography: a numerical study
A Lechleiter and A Rieder

Inverse scattering via nonlinear integral equations for a Neumann crack
K-M Lee

An integrable hierarchy with a perturbed H\'enon--Heiles system
A N W Hone, V Novikov and C Verhoeven

A variable Krasnosel'skii--Mann algorithm and the multiple-set split
feasibility problem
H-K Xu

Improved image deblurring with anti-reflective boundary conditions and
M Donatelli, C Estatico, A Martinelli and S Serra-Capizzano

Inverse scattering problem for the Schr\"odinger-type equation with a
polynomial energy-dependent potential
A A Nabiev

Computing Sturm--Liouville potentials from two spectra
A L Andrew

Skew-self-adjoint discrete and continuous Dirac-type systems: inverse problems
and Borg--Marchenko theorems
A Sakhnovich

An inverse problem for the recovery of active faults from surface observations
I R Ionescu and D Volkov

A one-PI algorithm for helical trajectories that violate the convexity
M Kapralov and A Katsevich

Target characterization using decomposition of the time-reversal operator:
electromagnetic scattering from small ellipsoids
D H Chambers and J G Berryman

Explicit solutions to the Korteweg--de Vries equation on the half line
T Aktosun and C van der Mee

Reconstruction of subdomain boundaries of piecewise constant coefficients of
the radiative transfer equation from optical tomography data
S R Arridge, O Dorn, J P Kaipio, V Kolehmainen, M Schweiger, T Tarvainen, M
Vauhkonen and A Zacharopoulos

Inverse scattering transform for the Camassa--Holm equation
A Constantin, V S Gerdjikov and R I Ivanov

A linear model for chirp-pulse microwave computerized tomography:
applicability conditions
A M Massone, M Miyakawa, M Piana, F Conte and M Bertero

The inverse problem of recovering the Volterra convolution operator from the
incomplete spectrum of its rank-one perturbation
S A Buterin

The linear sampling method without sampling
R Aramini, M Brignone and M Piana

Construction of 3D potentials from a preassigned two-parametric family of
M-C Anisiu and T A Kotoulas

Interpolation in variable Hilbert scales with application to inverse problems
P Math\'e and U Tautenhahn

Complex spherical waves and inverse problems in unbounded domains
M Salo and J-N Wang

Natural linearization for the identification of a diffusion coefficient in a
quasi-linear parabolic system from short-time observations
H Cao and S V Pereverzev

An inverse scattering problem for a partially coated buried obstacle
M Di Cristo and J Sun

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