From: Trevor Misfeldt <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 10:09:27 -0700
Subject: CenterSpace Software Announces Upgrades for Numerical Libraries
CenterSpace Software, a leading provider of enterprise class numerical
component libraries for the .NET platform, today announced the release of
NMath Core 2.6, NMath Matrix 3.0, NMath Stats 3.0, and NMath Analysis 2.0.
CenterSpace Software's NMath product suite provides object-oriented
components for mathematical, engineering, scientific, and financial
applications on the .NET platform.
"In response to customer demand, NMath Matrix now provides general sparse
matrix classes and factorizations, NMath Stats provides weighted least
squares (WLS), iteratively reweighted least squares (IRLS), and data
clustering via nonnegative matrix factorization (NMF), and NMath Analsyis
provides nonlinear least squares optimization and curve fitting using the
Trust Region method, a variant of the Levenberg-Marquardt method," stated
Trevor Misfeldt, CEO.
From: Victor Eijkhout <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 2009 15:03:44 -0500
Subject: Scientific Software Days, Austin, Texas, May 2009
SCIENTIFIC SOFTWARE DAYS
MAY 21 - 22, 2009
The Texas Advanced Computing Center, in association with the Jackson
School of Geosciences at The University of Texas at Austin, is pleased
to present the third annual "Scientific Software Days" event. The
purpose of the event is to increase communication among scientific
software users, vendors, and service providers.
Day 1, May 21: Short presentations and Keynote Address
There will presentations about various scientific software packages.
Victoria Stodden of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society will
present a keynote on the subject of "The Future of Computational
Science: Information Sharing and Responsibility".
Day 2, May 22: Tutorials
Two half day tutorials will be presented:
- Karl Schulz of Texas Advanced Computing Center will present a
survey of version control and data management (intermediate)
- Matt Knepley of Argonne National Laboratory will present an
Introduction to PETSc (advanced)
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
The opening day of the event will be devoted to short presentations
about available software packages and technologies. We would like to
invite you to present your work to the scientific computing community
on that day. Contributed presentations should focus on software and
its use in scientific computing. You may be the author of the
software, or simply an expert user; if you think it deserves broader
exposure, here is your platform. We are also interested in case
studies, especially discussions on how supercomputing enabled your
work, the challenges and benefits of the supercomputing environment,
scaling and validation issues, and other aspects of your strategies
that might be of broad interest. Presentations will be 30 minutes in
duration, of which at least 5 minutes should be left for questions. If
you are interested in participating, please send an email to:
There is no cost for attending, but spaces are limited. To register,
or for more information about planned presentations, please visit:
From: Adam Metzler <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 11:09:51 -0400
Subject: Southern Ontario Numerical Analysis Day (SONAD), Ontario, May 2009
The Southern Ontario Numerical Analysis Day (SONAD) is an annual
one-day conference that brings together researchers (faculty, PDFs,
visitors) and graduate students working in broad areas of numerical
analysis and scientific computing at Ontario universities.
The Department of Applied Mathematics at The University of Western
Ontario is pleased to host SONAD in its 27th year. This year's event
will be held on Friday, May 8th, 2009 in London, Ontario. The
conference website (including instructions for abstract submission and
accommodation information) is
We invite those graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who are
interested in giving a short (approximately 20 minute) talk to submit
an abstract by April 27th - please see the conference website for
instructions on how to submit.
We look forward to seeing you there, and wish to remind you that while
registration for this event is free, the deadline for registration is
With our best wishes,
Adam Metzler, Geoff Wild and Rob Corless (organizers)
From: Michael Gschwind <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 08:35:01 -0400
Subject: 3rd Int'l Conference on Supercomputing, New York, Jun 2009
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION &
ADVANCE CONFERENCE PROGRAM
23rd International Conference on Supercomputing
June 8-12, 2009
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Metro New York City Area, USA
Sponsored by ACM/SIGARCH
The ICS 2009 program is now available at the ICS web site
at http://www.ics-conference.org and ICS 2009 registration is open at
***** The early registration deadline is May 10, 2009. *****
ACM has negotiated a reduced rate of USD 149 (single or double
occupancy including internet access) for ICS'09 conference attendees
at the Westchester Marriott. The rate will be available from June 5,
2009 through June 15, 2009. Rooms at the conference rate can be booked
either by calling 1-800-882-1042 and referencing the ICS 2009 group
rate, or they may be booked online at www.westchestermarriott.com and
entering the group code ICSICSA. The deadline for reservations at the
conference rate is May 8, 2009.
The technical conference (June 9-June 11) will include 3 keynote
presentations by supercomputing experts from representing academic
and industrial researchers who have ample experience in designing,
owning and operating large system installations:
* Prof. Mateo valero, Director, Barcelona Supercomputer Center BCS-CNS
and Professor, Universitat Polytecnica de Catalunya
* Dr. Don Grice, IBM Distinguished Engineer, Roadrunner Chief Engineer
* Dr. Ian Foster, Director, Argonne National Lab
We are looking forward to seeing you in Yorktown Heights!
From: Michael Gschwind <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 2009 12:26:19 -0400
Subject: Asynchrony in the PGAS Programming Model, New York, Jun 2009
Call for Papers
Workshop on Asynchrony in the PGAS Programming Model
Co-located with ICS 2009
Yorktown Heights, NY
June 8, 2009
The new golden era of concurrency offers a diversity of concurrent
architectures to the application programmer -- clusters of symmetric
multiprocessors, heterogeneous accelerators (such as the Cell,
GPGPUs), large core-count integrated machines (such as the Blue Gene),
and multiple levels of parallelism (multithreaded multicores, such the
newer Power architectures, or distributed multiprocessors like the
The central programming challenge for these new architectures is to
develop a suitable and robust programming model. The Partitioned
Global Address Space (PGAS) model has attracted considerable attention
as such a programming model, particularly in the High Performance
Computing space. However, widespread acceptance and extension to newer
paradigms (e.g. to heteregeneous accelerators and irregular
application domains) has been hampered by a focus on homogoneous
execution contexts and the Single Program Multiple Data (SPMD)
Several research groups have recently started to investigate
asynchronous execution in the PGAS model. Asynchronous execution is
the foundation for active message programming, and fine-grained
concurrency (e.g. Cilk-style fork-join, OpenMP style teams). It is
also the basis for data transfer between non-coherent memories (DMA),
remote atomic operations, and in general for techniques for
overlapping computation and communication. Finally, asynchronous
execution offers a simple model for spawning massive multi-threaded
kernel computations on accelerators such as GPUs.
Authors are invited to submit a 10 page paper for consideration for
the workshop. We invite papers on all aspects of the PGAS programming
model, with particular emphasis on handling asynchronous
(multi-threaded) execution (topics enumerated below).
Submission deadline - Extended April 27, 2009
Notification of Acceptance May 4, 2009
Final copy due May 25, 2009
Early conference registration ends on May 10, 2009.
Paper submission at https://www.easychair.org/login.cgi?conf=apgas09
Final papers will be hosted on the APGAS workshop website.
From: Younes Chahlaoui <Younes.Chahlaoui@manchester.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 10:55:32 +0100
Subject: Workshop on Numerics for Control and Simulation, Manchester, Jun 2009
CICADA/MIMS Workshop on Numerics for Control and Simulation
17 June 2009
School of Mathematics, University of Manchester, UK
The goals of this workshop are to examine the use of low-rank solutions
of matrix equations in systems and control applications, discuss recent
developments in algorithms for computing them, and review applications
in model reduction and simulation of large scale systems.
Younes Chahlaoui (CICADA, University of Manchester)
Nick Higham (School of Mathematics, University of Manchester)
Peter Benner (TU Chemnitz)
Daniel Kressner (ETH Zurich)
Karl Meerbergen (Leuven)
Valeria Simoncini (Bologna)
Danny C. Sorensen (Rice University)
Tatjana Stykel (TU Berlin)
Paul Van Dooren (Catholic University of Louvain)
Deadline for registration (cost: GBP 15): May 31.
Travel and subsistence support is available for 7 UK-based PhD
students. To request support please send your CV to Younes Chahlaoui
(Younes.Chahlaoui@manchester.ac.uk) by May 15; your email should specify
the name of your PhD advisor and your host institution in the UK.
The workshop is sponsored by the London Mathematical Society (LMS),
CICADA and MIMS. For further information see the web site above.
From: Kei Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 09:24:54 -0600 (MDT)
Subject: Parallel High-Performance Object-Oriented Scientific Computing, Jul 2009
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
8th Workshop on
PARALLEL/HIGH-PERFORMANCE OBJECT-ORIENTED SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING (POOSC'09)
July 7, 2009
EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING (ECOOP'09)
July 6-10, 2009, Genova, Italy
Submission deadline extended to April 22, 2009!
Full info: http://www.ccs3.lanl.gov/poosc
From: MMC Summer School <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 01:07:49 +0200
Subject: Math Modelling, Dynamics, Stochastic/Complex Systems, Denmark, Aug 2009
Please share this information about our new summer school at bachelor
The summer school will give a unique introduction to both stochastic and
complex systems using mathematical modelling including nonlinear dynamics.
The summer school will take place on August 9-15 2009 at the Technical
University of Denmark, Lyngby campus just north of Copenhagen.
More information can be found at the summer school's website:
Please share this email with your students and your colleagues.
You may also distribute our folder:
and our poster:
The following sessions will be presented:
- Mathematical modelling, differential equations, existence
and stability theory
- Numerical methods
- Theory of invariant manifolds
- Periodic solutions
- Bifurcations and the implicit function theorem
- Time series analysis
- Stochastic differential equations
- Travelling waves and pattern formation
On behalf of the organisers.
Kirsten Riber Philipsen
Lasse Engbo Christiansen
Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modelling
Technical University of Denmark
Department of Mathematics
Technical University of Denmark
From: TamsTerlaky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 06:55:45 -0400
Subject: Modeling & Optimization: Theory & Applications (MOPTA), Aug 2009
Call for participation
MOPTA 2009: Abstract Submission deadline: June 6, 2009
Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications (MOPTA 2009)
August 19-21, 2009, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
SCOPE: The conference is an annual event aiming to bring together a
diverse group of people from both discrete and continuous
optimization, working on both theoretical and applied aspects. Our
target is to present a diverse set of exciting new developments from
different optimization areas while at the same time providing a
setting which will allow increased interaction among the
participants. We aim to bring together researchers from both the
theoretical and applied communities who do not usually have the chance
to interact in the framework of a medium-scale event.
MODELING COMPETITION: An optimization modeling competition, sponsored
by AIMMS is organized. Finalist will present their results at a
special session of MOPTA09. Problem released January 31, 2009.
CONTRIBUTED TALKS: Each accepted paper will be allotted a 25 minute
talk. Authors wishing to speak should submit an abstract via the
conference WEB page by June 6, 2009.
Abstract Submission deadline: June 6, 2009
Early registration deadline: July 1, 2009
Conference date: *19-21 August 2009*.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Note that MOPTA 2009 is just before ISMP 2009.
Bethlehem, PA is just one hour drive west of the New Ark (EWR)
International Airport, less than an hour drive north of Philadelphia.
Overseas participants can conveniently combine the two conferences in
one trip. North American participants may fly to the
Allentown-Behlehem (ABE) airport that also has direct daily flights to
From: Steven Dufour <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 22:40:15 -0400
Subject: Workshop on Multiphase Flows, Montreal, Aug 2009
We are pleased to announce that the 5th International Workshop on
"Trends in Numerical and Physical Modeling for Industrial Multiphase
Flows" will take place for the first time at Ecole Polytechnique de
Montreal in Montreal, Canada, from August 24 to 28 2009. The purpose
of this workshop is to bring together academic and industrial
researchers from all over the world so that they can exchange ideas
concerning the physical and numerical modeling of multiphase flows,
with an emphasis on real problems of industrial nature.
More information on this event as well as on the Call for Papers can
be found at
We would appreciate if you could forward this e-mail to anyone who may
be interested by this workshop.
Prof. S. Dufour
Department of Mathematics and Industrial Engineering
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Prof. Jean-Michel Ghidaglia
From: Alexandra Frohn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 16:27:04 +0200
Subject: SPDE: Modelling, Analysis, and Numerics, Germany, Aug 2009
We are pleased to inform you about the workshop
STOCHASTIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS:
MODELLING, ANALYSIS, AND NUMERICS
that will be held in Darmstadt, Germany, August 24 - 28, 2009.
The workshop is part of the Priority Program 1324 of
the German Research Foundation (DFG), see http://www.dfg-spp1324.de/,
and organized by
Stephan Dahlke, Marburg
Stig Larsson, Göteborg
Klaus Ritter, Darmstadt
Rene Schilling, Dresden
Wilhelm Stannat, Darmstadt
Jerzey Zabczyk, Warsaw
We believe that the modelling of SPDEs and their applications
in various fields, including numerical approximation, is currently
a fast growing area of research activities. We are convinced that
a workshop that is focussed on these aspects will provide a great
opportunity to start new scientific collaborations among participants
from possibly different areas having SPDEs as their common scientific
As a main feature of our workshop there will be short courses
devoted to the topics
analysis (Roeckner), and
Further information about the workshop is available at
From: Massimo Fornasier <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 08:05:45 -0400
Subject: Summer School on Sparsity at RICAM, Aug/Sep 2009
I'm very glad to announce the Summer School on "Theoretical Foundations
and Numerical Methods for Sparse Recovery" which will be held at the
Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM),
Linz - Austria, on August 31 - September 4, 2009.
The School is addressed to graduate students and early stage researchers.
The Program of the School and Important Notices are briefly illustrated
below. More information and addresses can be found at the web-site
The poster of the School can be downloaded from
Sparsity has become a very important concept in recent years in applied
mathematics, especially in mathematical signal and image processing, in
the numerical treatment of PDEs as well as in inverse problems. The key
idea is that many types of functions and signals arising naturally in
these contexts can be described by only a small number of
significant degrees of freedom. Clearly, one should take advantage of this
feature in order to design very efficient ad hoc numerical solutions
based on a drastic dimensionality reduction. This intensive School aims at
describing the novel ideas that have emerged in sparse recovery with
emphasis on theoretical foundations and numerical methodologies.
Our lecturers and courses:
Antonin Chambolle (Centre de Mathematiques Appliquees, Ecole
Polytechnique, Paris - FRANCE)
Title of the course: Total variation and related functionals
Massimo Fornasier (RICAM, Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften,
Title of the course: Numerical methods for sparse recovery
Ronny Ramlau (Industrial Mathematics Institute, Johannes Kepler
Universitaet, Linz- AUSTRIA)
Title of the course: Sparsity in inverse problems
Holger Rauhut (Hausdorff Center for Mathematics, Universitaet Bonn -
Title of the course: Compressive sensing and structured random matrices
Jared Tanner (The School of Mathematics, The University of Edinburgh -
Title of the course: The phase transition framework for sparse
IMPORTANT NOTICES ON ACCOMODATION AND INSCRIPTION
Linz is the European Capital of Culture for the year 2009. The
accommodations in town are limited. Unfortunately for this reason we will
be able to host a limited number of external participants. We recommend
you to take the following actions as soon as possible:
* Before sending your inscription we warmly recommend you to check the
availability of an accommodation at the local hotel list and to reserve
a room as soon as possible;
* The deadline for the inscription to the school is June 30, 2009.
The inscription request should be submitted with an informal email
to Andreas Langer (firstname.lastname@example.org); your email should be
entitled "Inscription to the Summer School on sparsity";
* Ph.D. students and early stage researchers are invited to present
together with their inscription a request of financial support to cover
the local expenses in case it is needed; we will provide such a support
for a limited number of participants, possibly for all.
Sincerely, for the organizers
From: Ann Nordling <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 13:49:10 -0400
Subject: Director Position-Supercomputing Institute -University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
Director of the Supercomputing Institute for Advanced Computational Research
and Tenured Faculty Member at the University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota--Twin Cities invites applications for the
position of Director of the University of Minnesota Supercomputing
Institute for Advanced Computational Research (MSI). The Director will
also hold a tenured faculty position in an appropriate academic
MSI has a long and distinguished history in promoting high-performance
computational research and serving the high-end computational needs of
the University’s physical science and engineering community, while
more recently expanding its scope to address the growing importance of
computation in the biomedical and life sciences as well as emerging
informatics demands across the disciplines. The mission of MSI spans
both compute-intensive applications and data intensive applications
across the full spectrum of high-performance research computing at the
We offer a very competitive salary and benefits package, including an
excellent retirement package.
Please see the employment section at www.msi.umn.edu for details on
this position, including application instructions, as well as detailed
information about the Supercomputing Institute.
The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity educator and
employer; women and members of underrepresented minorities are
strongly encouraged to apply.
From: Jennifer Scott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 12:16:51 +0100
Subject: Research/Software Position within the Numerical Analysis Group at RAL
Research/Software Position within the Numerical Analysis Group at RAL
We are looking for a promising and highly motivated person to join the
Numerical Analysis Group of the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
(http://www.cse.scitech.ac.uk/nag/). The primary role will be to act as
software co-coordinator for the internationally known mathematical
software library HSL (http://www.cse.scitech.ac.uk/nag/hsl/), but the
successful candidate will also contribute to the general research
directions of the Group. Any area of computational numerical analysis is
of interest, but particular specialisation in the solution of linear or
nonlinear systems of equations, of optimization problems and/or of
eigen-problems would be an advantage.
This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic recent PhD with a
strong background in numerical analysis or computational mathematics. In
addition, applicants need to have considerable experience of programming
(with expertise in Fortran strongly preferred). Knowledge of UNIX-based
systems is required and experience of HPC architectures would be an
Candidates should possess excellent communication skills in both spoken
and written English and must be able to work effectively both on their
own and as part of a small team.
The appointment will initially be for 3 years.
Salary is in the range 26,088 GPB to 28,986 GBP per annum, dependent on
skills and ability. An excellent index linked pension scheme and
generous leave allowance are also offered.
Please visit www.scitech.ac.uk for information on STFC and go to
https://erecruit.cclrc.ac.uk for full details of this post and the
Alternatively, telephone 01235 446677 or e-mail recruitment-FBU@rl.ac.uk
quoting reference number FBU257.
Closing date for applications is 15th May 2009.
Interviews will be held on 12th June 2009.
From: "Juan A. Acebron" <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 10:11:13 -0400
Subject: Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Scholarships UT Austin-Portugal
Call for applications - Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Scholarships
The UT Austin - Portugal Program (http://www.utaustinportugal.org/) is
a long-term collaboration initiative between the Portuguese
Government, through the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher
Education, and the University of Texas at Austin (UTA) focusing on
basic research and education. Mathematics is a core area in this
partnership, for details see:
Under this program, the Portuguese Science Foundation (FCT) has opened
a call for PhD Scholarships as well as Post-Doctoral fellowships in
mathematics, taking place in Portugal (Faculdade de Ciências e
Tecnologia - Universidade de Coimbra, Faculdade de Ciências -
Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior Técnico, Faculdade de
Ciências e Tecnologia - Universidade Nova de Lisboa) and at UT Austin:
The application deadline is April 30th. Any questions should be
addressed by email to the program Director Diogo Gomes
From: Are Magnus Bruaset <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 17:58:06 -0400
Subject: PhD positions in Computational Geosciences, Simula Research Laboratory
Simula Research Laboratory invites applications for three PhD positions in
computational geosciences. The positions are each assigned to one of the
three following research topics:
• Automatic Calibration of Depositional Models
• Efficient Solution of Nonlinear PDEs for the Propagation of Geological
• Numerical Models of Earth Systems
Concerning the first research project, the successful candidate will be
affiliated both with Simula School of Research and Innovation (SSRI) located
in Oslo, Norway and Lund University, Sweden. Supervision will be provided
from both institutions, and the candidate is expected to spend half of the
time in Oslo and half in Lund. For the two other projects, the candidates
will be affiliated with SSRI and enrolled at the University of Oslo.
All positions are integrated in Simula’s group for computational
geosciences, which benefits from a close industrial collaboration with the
internationally leading oil and gas company StatoilHydro. The positions are
funded through StatoilHydro’s Academia program. Further details concerning
the positions and the application procedure can be found at
www.simula.no/jobs. Applications will be evaluated continuously.
Questions regarding the open positions should be addressed to professor Are
Magnus Bruaset (email@example.com).
Simula Research Laboratory's main objective is to generate new understanding
and create vital knowledge about fundamental scientific challenges that are
of genuine value for society. Important research with long-term impact in
the fields of networks and distributed systems, scientific computing and
software engineering constitutes the basis of Simula. The strong focus on
basic research is combined with both teaching of postgraduate students and
development of commercial applications.
From: Chi-Wang Shu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 14:07:42 -0400
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing 39(2), May 2009
Journal of Scientific Computing
Volume 39, Number 2, May 2009
An Efficient Newton-Krylov Implementation of the
Constrained Runs Scheme for Initializing ona Slow
Christophe Vandekerckhove, Ioannis Kevrekidis
and Dirk Roose, pp.167-188.
A Fast Marching Method for Hamilton-Jacobi
Equations Modeling Monotone Front Propagations
Emiliano Cristiani, pp.189-205.
Superconvergence for Optimal Control Problems
Governed by Semi-linear Elliptic Equations
Yanping Chen and Yongquan Dai, pp.206-221.
A Spectral Element Method to Price European
Options. I. Single Asset with and without
Wuming Zhu and David A. Kopriva, pp.222-243.
A Hybrid Fourier–Chebyshev Method for Partial
Rodrigo B. Platte and Anne Gelb, pp.244-264.
Exact Non-Reflecting Boundary Conditions on
Perturbed Domains and hp-Finite Elements
Tommy L. Binford, David P. Nicholls, Nilima
Nigam and T. Warburton, pp.265-292.
Hermite WENO Schemes and Their Application as
Limiters for Runge-Kutta Discontinuous
Galerkin Method, III: Unstructured Meshes
Jun Zhu and Jianxian Qiu, pp.293-321.
From: G K Saha <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 12:52:48 -0400
Subject: Contents, Intl J Computing & InfoTech (IJCIT), 1(2), Jul-Dec 2009
International Journal of Computing & Information Technology (IJCIT),
IJCIT is a peer-reviewed, print Journal. It is published twice in a year
(in January and July) by Serials Publications, New Delhi. There is no
publication charge. Acceptance notification is normally by two months.
Call for Paper: <http://sites.google.com/site/ijcitcfp>
International Journal of Computing & Information Technology (IJCIT),
Vol.1, No.2, July-December 2009, Contents:-
1. Keqin Li (USA), "Performance Evaluation and Quality Optimization in
Parallel Computing Systems."
2. K. Vieira, A. Schulter, Carlos Westphall, Carla Westphall, (Brazil) "A
Solution for Grid Intrusion Detection Techniques in Grid Environments."
3. R. A. Mokhtar, S. Khatun, B. M. Ali, A.R. Ramli (Malaysia), "Cooperative
Sensing Based on Distributed Network Architecture in Cognitive Radio Networks."
4. Jiří Dokulil, David Obdržálek, Jakub Yaghob, Filip Zavoral (Czech
Republic), "DataPile: Uncertainty and Consistency Management."
5. Cecilia Leal Ramírez, Oscar Castillo and Antonio Rodríguez Díaz (Mexico),
"Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Cellular Model Applied to the Dynamics of a
Uni-Specific Population Induced by Environment Variations."
6. B. Karlik and T.G. Apari (Turkey), " Development of Efficient Software
for Tele-Treatment and Epileptic Seizure Recognition."
7. S. Khan, K-K Loo, Z.U Din (UK), "Flash Crowd Avoidance Mechanism in
Community Based Multi-Hop IEEE 802.11 Wireless Mesh Networks."
8. M. K. Jeya Kumar, and R. S. Rajesh (India), "Performance Analysis of
Manet Routing Protocols in Different Mobility Patterns."
9. M. S. Neogi, V. Bhattacherjee, R. Mahanti (India), " A Study on
Pair-Programming and Early Testing Skills Of Students."
10. J. Ghosh, S. Ghosh, and R. K. Pal (India), "A Revisit to the Eight
11. G. R. Bamnote, M. S. Ali (India), "Design and Evaluation of Disk
Scheduling Algorithm for Real-time Database Systems Using Space Filling Curves."
12. A. Alwattari (USA), " IQ (Idea Quality Test) - a Fast, Easy Method to
Find Good Ideas and Dump Bad Ones Early on in the Innovation Process."
13. S. Steinert (Germany), "Interfaces: Crosslinking Humans and Their
14. D. Fallman (Sweden), "Desktop Computing as Paradigm: Hidden Assumptions
that Suppress Mobile Information Technology."
15. Paul T. Durbin (USA), "How Computer Professionals Can Help Make Ours a
16. Norm Friesen (Canada), "Interaction Paradigms for new Web Technologies:
17. G. K. Saha (India), "Software Reliability Issues- an Overview."
18. Anna Papaioannou and Fotini-Niovi Pavlidou (Greece), "Cross-layer
Resource Allocation and Scheduling for Power Line Communications."
19. A-Imam Al-Sammak (Bahrain), "Shortened Space Time Codes with Rate
Greater Than 1.0 "
20. S. Bhowmik (Netherlands), "Error Estimate in Numerical Computations for a
21. A. Latif, R. Hilal and A.A. Ouahman (Morocco), "Reducing the Size of
Microstrip Antennas to Integrate them in Terminal Station for Wireless
22. Ahmad Al-Hajj, Dima Fares, Khaleel Mershad, Nof Abou Zeinab, Karim Y.
Kabalan (Lebanon), "M/G/∞/n Traffic Model of CDMA Networks using Adaptive
23. M. Burgin (USA), "Algorithmic Complexity of Computational Problems."
From: Axel Ruhe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 10:39:14 +0200
Subject: Contents, BIT 49(1), Mar 2009
BIT NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS
Volume 49 No. 1 March 2009
A. RUHE / Preface and Introduction to the Contents of Issue 49:1 1
M. BABOULIN and S. GRATTON / Using dual techniques to derive
componentwise and mixed condition numbers for a linear function
of a linear least squares solution 3
C. CARTIS, N.I.M. GOULD, and P.L. TOINT / Trust-region and other
regularisations of linear least-squares problems 21
S. DE MARCHI, M. VIANELLO, and Y. XU / New cubature formulae and
hyperinterpolation in three variables 55
H. HAKULA and N. HYVÖNEN / On computation of test dipoles for
factorization method 75
L.L. HEWITT and A.T. HILL / Algebraically stable general linear methods
and the G-matrix 93
A. JENTZEN and P.E. KLOEDEN / Pathwise Taylor schemes for random
ordinary differential equations 113
G. KITZHOFER, O. KOCH, and E.B. WEINMÜLLER / Pathfollowing for
essentially singular boundary value problems with application
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From: Neculai Andrei <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 13:45:55 +0300
Subject: Contents, Electronic Intl J Advanced Modeling and Optimization, 11(1), 2009
*The Electronic International Journal Advanced Modeling and Optimization**
*Volume 11, Number 1, 2009*
/Special issue on Unconstrained Optimization/
*Reader Emeritus in Computational Mathematics*
*University of Hertfordshire*
*Hatfield**, UK** **
*Table of Contents*
*Michael Bartholomew-Biggs *
Editorial. pp. 1-2.
*S. Beddiaf *
Continuous steepest descent path for traversing non-convex regions. pp.
*B. Christianson *
Global convergence using De-linked Goldstein or Wolfe linesearch
conditions. pp. 25-31.
*I. D. Coope *and* D. Hutchinson *
Direction-set updates for derivative-free optimization. pp. 33-41.
*C.J. Price, B.L. Robertson *and* M. Reale *
A hybrid Hooke and Jeeves - Direct method for non-smooth optimization.
*M. Al-Baali *and* L. Grandinetti *
On practical modifications of the quasi-Newton BFGS method. pp. 63-76.
From: Tim Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 10:50:54 -0400
Subject: The Mouseholder QR, part 4 of 8
Robert Burns original:
Thy wee bit housie, too, in ruin!
Its silly wa's the win's are strewin!
An' naething, now, to big a new ane,
O' foggage green!
An' bleak December's winds ensuin,
Baith snell an' keen!
Modern English, non-poetic:
Your little house, also in ruin! Its silly walls the winds are scattering!
And nothing, now, to build a new one, of green stubble grown in winter.
And bleak December winds ensuing, both severe and sharp.
Thy wee Householder too, in ruin!
Its silly col's the Inf's are strewin!
An' naething, now, to big a new ane,
O' function Green's;
A bleak expansion's unconvergin'
By standard means!
End of NA Digest