## NA Digest Tuesday, May 4, 2010 Volume 10 : Issue 18

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Sandia National Labs
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From: Jonathan Rubin <jonrubin@pitt.edu>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2010 12:57:00 -0400
Subject: Computational Neuroscience CNS*2010, San Antonio, Texas, Jul 2010

CNS*2010: Nineteenth Annual International Computational Neuroscience
Conference
July 24 - July 30, 2010, San Antonio, Texas, USA
http://www.cnsorg.org

EARLY MEETING REGISTRATION CLOSES: May 15, 2010 (11 PM Pacific Time, USA)
REGISTRATION WEBSITE: http://www.cnsorg.org/2010 or
https://www.regonline.com/CNS2010

CNS*2010 will be held in San Antonio, Texas, USA July 24-30th,
2010. The meeting will kick off with a day of tutorials and an evening
welcome reception on July 24th. The main meeting of CNS*2010 will take
place from Sunday July 25th-Wednesday July 28th, including a special
Symposium, "Computational Neuroscience: What have we learned in 20
years and what do we still need to know?", on the afternoons of July
26th-27th. These events will be followed by two days of workshops on
July 29-30th (Thursday-Friday). The main meeting will be held in the
historic Sheraton Gunter Hotel in central San Antonio, one block from
San Antonio's Famous River Walk. San Antonio is home to several
universities including the University of Texas Health Science Center -
San Antonio and the University of Texas San Antonio, which are both
interesting and culturally themed event, hosted at Sundance Ranch on
July 28th.

INVITED SPEAKERS:
Miguel Nicolelis, Duke University, USA
Vivian Mushahwar, University of Alberta, Canada
Jonathan Wolpaw, Wadsworth Center and SUNY, USA

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From: Revol <Nathalie.Revol@ens-lyon.fr>
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 05:01:12 -0400
Subject: Mathematical Software ICMS'2010, Japan, Sep 2010

Second Call for Papers of
The Third International Congress on Mathematical Software
[ ICMS'2010 --- developers meeting ]

Dates: September 13 to 17 (Monday to Friday), 2010
Place: Department of Mathematics, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan
Webpage: http://www.math.kobe-u.ac.jp/icms2010/
http://www.mathsoftware.org/

OVERVIEW
This congress is the third in the series, where the first meeting was
held in
Beijing in 2002 and the previous one in Castro Urdiales, SPAIN in 2006;
see
http://www.icms2006.unican.es/ . The first two meetings were satellite
events
to ICM (International Congress of Mathematicians). We will have a
presentation
booth at ICM 2010 in India.

We will welcome developers of mathematical software systems as well as
researchers in algorithms and mathematicians who are interested in the
development of mathematical software and systems. This is an almost unique
chance to meet people in different disciplines in mathematics and computer
science and exchange ideas on developments on mathematical software and
systems. While the main audience of this meeting is assumed to be
developers of
mathematical software and software systems, we welcome the participation
of
mathematicians and scientists who are interested in using mathematical
software
for their research.

The proceedings of the congress is planned and all accepted papers and
short
communications will be published as Springer Lecture Notes in Computer
Science.
(The proceedings of ICMS 2006 was published as LNCS Volume 4151.)

CONFIRMED PLENARY SPEAKERS
* Thomas Hales, University of Pittsburgh, USA
* Masakazu Kojima, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
* Kurt Mehlhorn, Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Saarbruecken,
Germany
* William Stein, University of Washington, USA

DATES
* March 15, 2010: Submission of papers/short communications begins
* May 10, 2010: Submission due of papers/short communications
* June 11, 2010: Notification of acceptance
* June 25, 2010: Submission due of camera-ready papers and short
communications
* July 15, 2010: Early registration due

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From: Przemyslaw Stpiczynski <przem@hektor.umcs.lublin.pl>
Date: Tue, 4 May 2010 00:18:39 -0400
Subject: Computer Aspects of Numerical Algorithms CANA'10, Poland, Oct 2010

CALL FOR PAPERS ********* CANA 2010

Workshop on Computer Aspects of Numerical Algorithms (CANA'10)
http://www.cana.imcsit.org
Wis&#322;a, Poland, October 18-20, 2010

Organized within the framework of the International Multiconference on
Computer Science and Information Technology (IMCSIT)
http://www.imcsit.org

Numerical algorithms are widely used by scientists engaged in various
areas.
There is a special need of highly efficient and easy-to-use scalable tools
for solving large scale problems. The workshop is devoted to numerical
algorithms with the particular attention to the latest scientific trends in
this area and to problems related to implementation of libraries of
efficient
numerical algorithms. The goal of the workshop is meeting of researchers
from
various institutes and exchanging of their experience, and integrations of
scientific centers.

PAPER SUBMISSION:

* Papers will be refereed and accepted on the basis of their

scientific merit and relevance to the workshop
* Accepted and Presented paper will be published in the
Conference
Proceedings and included in the IEEE Xplore® database.
* Authors should submit draft papers (as Postscript, PDF of
MSWord
file)
* The total length of a paper should not exceed 8 pages (IEEE

style). IEEE style templates are available here.
* Extended versions of selected papers presented during the

conference will be published as a Special Issue of the

journal(s): Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience
* Organizers reserve right to move accepted papers between IMCSIT

events.

IMPORTANT DATES:

31.05.2010 (May 31, 2010) – Full paper submission
12.07.2010 (July 12, 2010) – Notification of acceptance
23.08.2010 (August 23, 2010) – Camera-ready version of the accepted papers

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From: Marcin Paprzycki <marcin.paprzycki@ibspan.waw.pl>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2010 16:26:16 -0400
Subject: Computations on Grids/Scalable Computing, Poland, Oct 2010

6th Workshop on Large Scale Computations on Grids and 1st Workshop on
Scalable
Computing in Distributed Systems (LaSCoG-SCoDiS'10)
Wisla, Poland, October 18-20, 2010
http://www.lascog-scodis.imcsit.org/

Organized in cooperation with the Distributed European Infrastructure for
Supercomputing Applications (DEISA), and Berkeley Open Infrastructure for
Network Computing (Poland). The LaSCoG-SCoDiS'10 pair of events shares a
joint
Program Committee and is envisioned as a forum to promote an exchange of
ideas
and results aimed at addressing sophisticated issues that arise in
developing
large-scale applications running on heterogeneous distributed systems.

Paper publication
* Accepted and Presented paper will be published in the Conference
Proceedings and included in the IEEE Xplore® database.
* Extended versions of selected papers will be published in a special
issue of
the Scalable Computing; Practice and Experience journal.
* A separate special issue is planned for the Journal of Zhejiang
University-SCIENCE C (Springer partner, ISI indexed). This issue is to be
topic-focused, and consist of selected papers originating from the
LaSCoG/SCoDiS and from an open call.

Imporant dates:
31.05.2010 (May, 31, 2010) – Full paper submission
12.07.2010 (July, 12, 2010) – Notification of acceptance
23.08.2010 (August, 23, 2010) – Camera-ready version of the accepted paper

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From: vocal@dcs.vein.hu
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2010 13:17:34 +0200
Subject: Veszprém Optimization Conference VOCAL 2010, Hungary, Dec 2010

Call for participation

The Veszprém Optimization Conference: Advanced Algorithms (VOCAL 2010)
December 13-15,
Veszprém, Hungary Faculty of Information Technology,
University of Pannonia (previously University of Veszprém)

The Veszprém Optimization Conference: Advanced Algorithms will be held
at the Regional Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Veszprém
(VEAB), Hungary, December 13-15, 2010. The conference will be hosted
by the Faculty of Information Technology, University of Pannonia.

SCOPE
The VOCAL conference focuses on recent advances on optimization
algorithms: continuous and discrete; complexity and convergence properties,
high performance optimization software and novel applications are reviewed
as well. We aim to bring together researchers from both the theoretical and
applied communities in the framework of a medium-scale event.

CONFIRMED PLENARY INVITED SPEAKERS INCLUDE
Panos M. Pardalos, University of Florida, Gainsville, FL, USA
Georg Ch. Pflug, University of Vienna, Austria
Stratos Pistikopoulos, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Michael Ulbrich, Technische Universität München, Germany
Henry Wolkowicz, University of Waterloo, ON, Canada

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 September 30, 2010.

PUBLICATION IN SPECIAL ISSUE OF OPTE
A special issue of the journal "Optimization and Engineering (OPTE)"
will be published from the papers presented at VOCAL 2010. Papers discussing
novel solutions of novel approaches to engineering optimization problems
will
be considered for publication in OPTE. All papers will be refereed according
to the standards of the respective journal.

IMPORTANT DATES
Deadline for abstract submission: September 30, 2010.
Notification of acceptance / Preliminary program available: October 30,
2010.
Deadline for early registration: October 30, 2010.
Conference begins on December 13 and ends December 15, 2010.

Further information is available at: www.dcs.vein.hu/vocal

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From: Tatjana Stykel <stykel@math.tu-berlin.de>
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 04:41:35 -0400
Subject: Model Reduction for Complex Dynamical Systems, Berlin, Dec 2010

Model Reduction for Complex Dynamical Systems
December 2-3, 2010
TU Berlin, Germany

Topic:
This workshop of the BMBF research network SyreNe (http://www.syrene.org)
aims to bring together researchers and users of model order reduction
techniques with special emphasis on applications in micro- and
nanoelectronics. Contributions from other areas such as computational
electromagnetics, mechanical systems, computational fluid dynamics and
related
disciplines are welcome.

Invited speakers:
* Michel S. Nakhla (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada)
* Joel R. Phillips (Cadence Research Laboratories, Berkeley, USA)
* Timo Reis (TU Hamburg-Harburg, Germany)

Important dates:
Abstract submission: July 1, 2010
Please submit an abstract of your talk (up to 1 page) using
the LaTeX template.
Registration: November 1, 2010

http://www3.math.tu-berlin.de/modred2010

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From: Erricos Kontoghiorghes <erricos@ucy.ac.cy>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2010 04:07:04 -0400
Subject: Computing & Statistics (ERCIM'10), London, UK, Dec 2010

3rd International Conference of the ERCIM WG on
COMPUTING & STATISTICS (ERCIM'10)
10-12 December 2010, Senate House, University of London, UK
http://www.cfe-csda.org/ercim10

Supported and organized by the London School of Economics, Queen Mary,
University of London, and Birkbeck University of London.

All topics within the Aims and Scope of the ERCIM Working Group
Computing & Statistics will be considered for oral and poster
presentation: http://www.cfe-csda.org/ercim

A list of invited and organized sessions can be found at
http://www.cfe-csda.org/ercim10/InvitedSessions.html

Plain text abstracts should be submitted electronically before the
deadline 8th September 2010 at http://www.labeconomia.unisa.it/cfe-ercim2010

Publication: papers containing strong computational statistical, or
substantive data-analytic elements will be considered for publication
in a special peer-reviewed, or regular, issue of the Journal CSDA
(Computational Statistics and Data Analysis).

The meeting will take place jointly with the 4th International
Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics (CFE 10):
http://www.cfe-csda.org/cfe10

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From: Chen Sagiv <chen@sagivtech.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 11:51:13 -0400
Subject: CUDA courses in Israel & Europe

SagivTech, an ISV partner of Nvidia, offers courses in basic CUDA
programming and an advanced course that deals with implementation of
state of the art image processing algorithms on the GPU environment.

Public courses are given every two months in Israel, and dedicated
courses can also be given to companies.

courses@sagivtech.com

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From: Mitch Chernoff <chernoff@siam.org>
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 17:06:01 -0400
Subject: CFP: SIAP Special Issue on Math Modeling of Controlled Drug
Delivery

Call for Papers, SIAP Special Issue:

Controlled drug delivery has been attracting a great deal of attention
in the
medical community for years as an efficient way of providing treatment for a
wide class of diseases. The common principle on which various drug delivery
devices are based is mass transfer of the given drug towards particular
organs, in which either the mass transfer rate, or place, or both are
prescribed according to certain medical protocols. Much progress has been
achieved in the design and development of various controlled drug delivery
systems, and many people routinely take medicine designed for controlled
release. Mathematical modeling of drug delivery systems is very important
since a successful model can provide a better understanding of and a
quantitative description of the physical, chemical and biological processes
governing the performance of the systems. On the basis of this description,
better controlled drug delivery systems can be designed.

The goals of the Special Issue are twofold. First, we want to attract more
attention of applied mathematicians to this class of important mass transfer
and control problems. Second, we want practitioners to become more aware of
the mathematical results that can be useful.

We anticipate that the journal issue will begin with review papers
discussing
the present state of the medical and biological research in the area of
controlled drug delivery as well as mathematical challenges faced by
modeling
efforts. Several contributed papers will be included. Each paper will
have an
introduction that will make the paper understandable to an applied
mathematician who is not an expert in drug delivery.

Manuscript Submission:
The deadline for submission to the Special Issue is November 30, 2010. All
interested should submit a manuscript and cover letter in PDF format via
SIAP’s online submission site at http://siap.siam.org. Note the block
labeled
Special Section (just under the keywords block on your submission
screen) and
select “Special Issue on Mathematical Modeling of Controlled Drug Delivery”
from the dropdown box. Also be sure to note in the Manuscript Comment
text box
intended
for the Special Issue.

Guest editors for the Special Issue are Alexander Nepomnyashchy
(nepom@techunix.technion.ac.il) at Technion, Israel Institute of
Technology,
and Vladimir Volpert (v-volpert@northwestern.edu) at Northwestern
University.
Inquiries can be directed to either of the editors.

Questions can also be sent to Mitch Chernoff, Publications Manager, SIAM, at
chernoff@siam.org.

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From: "Stacy Gates" <stacy@math.uh.edu>
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 11:58:57 -0500
Subject: University of Houston, Math Department openings (Asst &/or Assoc)

Description:

The Mathematics Department at the University of Houston expects to fill two
positions at the assistant tenure track level and one position at the
associate tenure or tenure track level.

Applicants are invited for all three positions that will begin as early as
the fall semester of 2010.

Mathematicians from all research areas are welcome to apply, with the
primary areas of interest being partial differential equations, mathematical
biology, and computational mathematics associated with flow in porous media.
We are particularly interested in mathematicians who can help foster
collaborative efforts with existing research teams in our Department and the
University at large, and whose research interests will continue to foster
collaborative interactions at local Universities, as well as with Industry
and the Medical Center.

Successful applicants at the level of associate professor will be expected
to fill leadership roles in the department. They should have an established
research program, a history of success in attracting external funding,
experience supervising graduate students, and strong communication and
teaching skills.

The University of Houston is one of the most diverse research universities
in the nation.

Application Procedures:

All application materials should be uploaded to www.mathjobs.org.

Applicants should submit a letter of application, an extensive curriculum
vita which includes a list of all scientific publications, and a description
of their current research interests directly to www.mathjobs.org.

They should also have 4 letters of recommendation (at least one of which
by their references to www.mathjobs.org.

Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action:

The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are
encouraged to apply.

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From: Paul Ledger <p.d.ledger@swansea.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 4 May 2010 04:20:19 -0400
Subject: Zienkiewicz Scholarship 2010/11 Entry - 10 Elite International PhDs

Zienkiewicz Scholarship 2010/11 Entry - 10 Elite International PhDs
School of Engineering,
Swansea University
Swansea, Wales, UK.

* Scholarships include full tuition fees paid plus a generous bursary
* The closing date for the receipt of “Declaration of Interest” is Friday
the 21st of May 2010
* Study Starting date of September 2010 or January 2011

This scholarship is in honour of the late Professor Olgierd (Olek) Cecil
Zienkiewicz, CBE, FREng, FRS. He joined Swansea University in 1961 as Head
of the Department of Civil Engineering and was latterly Emeritus Professor
of the University. He was an exceptional British Civil Engineer and
Scientist who was widely regarded as the “Father of the Finite Element
Method”, a computational modelling technique that allows engineers to design
ever more challenging structures, aeroplanes or other components and
processes with minimal use of expensive experimental testing. The highly
prestigious Zienkiewicz Scholarships are only available to International
students and reserved only for top calibre students (minimum of a First
Class Honours Degree equivalent, IELTS at 7.0 or equivalent and ideally a
Masters Degree and/or experience) and awards will be allocated on a
competitive basis.

Scholarships are available across the School of Engineering, in particular
computational engineering/numerical analysis/scientific computing related
subjects include

* Biomedical Engineering
* Computational Fluid Dynamics
* Computational Electromagnetics
* Design Optimisation Technologies
* Engineering Dynamics and Smart Structures
* Environmental Modelling
* Inverse Problems and Imaging
* Multifracturing Solids and Particulate Media
* Multi-Physics and Fluid Structure Interaction Modelling

For further details, including a list of possible PhD titles and abstracts
in computational engineering/numerical analysis/scientific computing related
subjects, see

http://www.swansea.ac.uk/engineering/Computational/PhDOpportunities

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From: "apek@imm.dtu.dk" <apek@imm.dtu.dk>
Date: Tue, 4 May 2010 13:21:46 -0400
Subject: PhD position in Plasma Physics and Scientific Computing at TU
Denmark

Project: Adaptive Simulations of Nonlinear Structures in Magnetized Plasma

A PhD position (3 years) are available for joint research in Plasma
Physics and Scientific Computing, starting as soon as possible; no
later than October 1, 2010.

The purpose of the project is to conduct research in advanced
numerical methods for high- performance computations of magnetized
plasma in fusion power devices. The project initiates a unique
collaboration among the Plasma Physics group at Risø DTU, Scientific
Computing Section at DTU Informatics and DTU Mathematics, Technical
University of Denmark, Denmark. The collaborative effort reflects the
need for a multi-disciplinary approach towards mathematical modeling
of complex physical processes, which requires a strong interplay
between physics, scientific computing, and mathematics.

In plasmas, self-organization processes result in coherent structures
forming out of turbulence if the dynamics are mainly
two-dimensional. In magnetized plasmas this happens due to the strong
anisotropy in the dynamics parallel and perpendicular to the magnetic
field. Fusion machine (tokamak) operation is hindered by the
occurrence of such structures, bringing with them expulsions of energy
dangerous to the integrity of the material surfaces facing the hot
plasma. Since the dynamics of such events involves physical effects
occurring at very different spatial and temporal scales even the
computational power of the fastest supercomputers available today is
insufficient for straightforward first principles simulations. Only by
utilizing the special geometric structure of the problem in
conjunction with high-performance computing can we hope to model such
complex systems.

The PhD project will be devoted to finding, developing, and testing
strategies towards solving this problem. The focus will be on the use
of advanced numerical methods which support spatial and temporal
adaptivity for resolving local features in complex three-dimensional
geometries. The student will have an opportunity to conduct research
in high-order accuracy schemes and scalable parallel algorithms for
efficient solution of the relevant prototype problems. The project
includes the possibility of interaction with the international fusion
research effort.

Candidates should have a MSc in Engineering, Physics or Applied
Mathematics. She/he should have a strong background and interest in
mathematics and/or physics and be able to document skills in
scientific computing. Furthermore, good command of the English
language is essential.

links on the university's vacancy webpage:

Further information concerning the project can be obtained from Senior
Scientist Naulin Volker (vona@risoe.dtu.dk), Assist. Prof. Allan
P. Engsig-Karup (apek@imm.dtu.dk) or Assist. Prof. Anton Evgrafov
(A.Evgrafov@mat.dtu.dk).

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From: jfocm@orie.cornell.edu
Date: Tue, 4 May 2010 10:30:26 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Contents, Foundations of Computational Mathematics, 10(3)

Foundations of Computational Mathematics
Volume 10, Number 3, June 2010

"The Chow Rings of Generalized Grassmannians"
Haibao Duan & Xuezhi Zhao
pp. 245 - 274

"Splitting Integrators for Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations Over Long Times"
Ludwig Gauckler & Christian Lubich
pp. 275 - 302

"Combinatorial Sublinear-Time Fourier Algorithms"
M. A. Iwen
pp. 303 - 338

"On the Ranks and Border Ranks of Symmetric Tensors"
J. M. Landsberg & Zach Teitler
pp. 339 - 366

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From: Emma Avery <Emma.Avery@iop.org>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2010 10:24:41 +0100
Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, 23(5), May 2010

NONLINEARITY

Volume 23, Issue 5, May 2010

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on the
web. This issue is available at: URL:
http://iopscience.iop.org/0951-7715/23/5

Pages: 1031--1244

PAPERS

1031
M\"obius number systems based on interval covers
Petr K\r{u}rka and Alexandr Kazda

1047
Generalized dimensions of measures on almost self-affine sets
Kenneth J Falconer

1071
Statistical properties of intermittent maps with unbounded derivative
Giampaolo Cristadoro, Nicolai Haydn, Philippe Marie and Sandro Vaienti

1097
On the regularity of the solutions of the Navier--Stokes equations via one
velocity component
Yong Zhou and Milan Pokorn\'y

1109
Caccioppoli inequalities with Orlicz norms for solutions of harmonic
equations and applications
Yuming Xing and Shusen Ding

1121
Coupled map networks
Jos\'e Koiller and Lai-Sang Young

1143
Meromorphic solutions to the KdV equation with non-decaying initial data
supported on a left half line
Alexei Rybkin

1169
Geometric shadowing in slow--fast Hamiltonian systems
Niklas Br\"annstr\"om, Emiliano de Simone and Vassili Gelfreich

1185
Dimension of Besicovitch--Eggleston sets in countable symbolic space
Aihua Fan, Lingmin Liao, Jihua Ma and Baowei Wang

1199
Invisible parts of attractors
Yu Ilyashenko and A Negut

1221
Existence of ground states for a modified nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation
David Ruiz and Gaetano Siciliano

1235
Non-uniformly hyperbolic periodic points and uniform hyperbolicity for C1
diffeomorphisms
Wenxiang Sun and Xueting Tian

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From: Emma Avery <Emma.Avery@iop.org>
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2010 12:22:54 +0100
Subject: Contents,Inverse Problems, 25(5), May 2010

INVERSE PROBLEMS
Volume 26, Issue 5, May 2010
Article numbers: 055001--055012

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on the
web. This issue is available at: http://iopscience.iop.org/0266-5611/26/5

PAPERS

055001
Identification of a spheroidal defect in an elastic solid using a
reciprocity gap functional
E I Shifrin and P S Shushpannikov

055002
Accelerated Landweber iteration in Banach spaces
Torsten Hein and Kamil S Kazimierski

055003
Inverse problems for Sturm--Liouville equations with boundary conditions
polynomially dependent on the spectral parameter
G Freiling and V A Yurko

055004
The linear sampling method and energy conservation
R Aramini, G Caviglia, A Massa and M Piana

055005
The inverse scattering transform and squared eigenfunctions for the
nondegenerate 3 $\times$ 3 operator and its soliton structure
D J Kaup and Robert A Van Gorder

055006
Model functions in the modified L-curve method---case study: the heat flux
reconstruction in pool boiling
Yi Heng, Shuai Lu, Adel Mhamdi and Sergei V Pereverzev

055007
The split common fixed-point problem for demicontractive mappings
A Moudafi

055008
Guided Bayesian optimal experimental design
M R Khodja, M D Prange and H A Djikpesse

055009
The multicomponent 2D Toda hierarchy: generalized matrix orthogonal
polynomials, multiple orthogonal polynomials and Riemann--Hilbert problems
Carlos \'Alvarez-Fern\'andez, Ulises Fidalgo and Manuel Ma\~nas

055010
The enclosure method for inverse obstacle scattering problems with
dynamical data over a finite time interval
Masaru Ikehata

055011
Two-dimensional near-field microwave holography
Maryam Ravan, Reza K Amineh and Natalia K Nikolova

055012
The inverse resonance problem for CMV operators
Rudi Weikard and Maxim Zinchenko

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From: Chi-Wang Shu <shu@dam.brown.edu>
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 14:10:49 -0400
Subject: Contents, Journal of Scientific Computing 43(3) June 2010

Journal of Scientific Computing
http://www.springeronline.com/journal/10915

Volume 43, Number 3, June 2010
(special issue on flow problems)

Preface
Olivier Pironneau, Alfio Quarteroni and Masahisa
Tabata, pp.291-292.

Interior Penalty Continuous and Discontinuous Finite
Element Approximations of Hyperbolic Equations
Erik Burman, Alfio Quarteroni and Benjamin Stamm,
pp.293-312.

Some Mathematical and Numerical Aspects in Aluminum
Production
M. Flueck, A. Janka, C. Laurent, M. Picasso, J. Rappaz
and G. Steiner, pp.313-325.

Stabilization by Local Projection for
Convection–Diffusion and Incompressible Flow Problems
Sashikumaar Ganesan and Lutz Tobiska, pp.326-342.

Stabilized Methods for Compressible Flows
Thomas J. R. Hughes, Guglielmo Scovazzi and Tayfun E.
Tezduyar, pp.343-368.

Boundary Feedback Control of the Burgers Equations by
a Reduced-Order Approach Using Centroidal Voronoi
Tessellations
Hyung-Chun Lee and Guang-Ri Piao, pp.369-387.

Computer Assisted Proofs of Bifurcating Solutions for
Nonlinear Heat Convection Problems
Mitsuhiro T. Nakao, Yoshitaka Watanabe, Nobito
Yamamoto, Takaaki Nishida and Myoung-Nyoung Kim,
pp.388-401.

Finite Element Characteristic Methods Requiring no
Olivier Pironneau, pp.402-415.

A Mass-Conservative Characteristic Finite Element
Scheme for Convection-Diffusion Problems
Hongxing Rui and Masahisa Tabata, pp.416-432.

Development of a Variational Multiscale Large-Eddy
Simulation Code `MISTRAL' Using Double-Scale Finite
Elements
Yuzuru Eguchi, pp.433-453.

Numerical Solution of Convection–Diffusion Equations
Using a Nonlinear Method of Upwind Type
Petr Knobloch, pp.454-470.

Two-Phase Shallow Water Equations and Phase Separation
in Thin Immiscible Liquid Films
Hidenori Yasuda, pp.471-487.

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From: Fikret Aliev <f_aliev@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 4 May 2010 04:52:59 -0400
Subject: Contents, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Vol. 9, 2010

Applied and Computational Mathematics

Vol.9, Special Issue, 2010
(ISSN 1683-3511, www.science.az/acm)

Special Issue on Bioinformatics

Contents:

Message from Editors
p: 3

A. Abdullah
Robust Clustering by Double Bisection Crossing Minimization
pp: 4-18

Y.Yu. Akbarova, V.V. Solovyev, I.A. Shahmuradov
Functional and Evolutionary Role of Plastid DNA Insertions in Rice Genome
pp: 19-33

S. Becker, N. Homeyer, T. Konovalova, P. Stegmaier, B. Lewicki-Potapov, N.
Voss, A. Kel
ExPlainTM - WAX: Causal Analysis of Gene Batteries and Identification of
Key
Nodes in Signal Transduction Networks
pp: 34-49

K.G. Gasimov
Two Splice Forms of JOINT LESS-1 are Involved in Abscission Formation of
Tomato Plants
pp: 50-55

D. Martinez, I. Grigoriev, A. Salamov
Annotation of Protein-Coding Genes in Fungal Genomes
pp: 56-65

I.A. Shahmuradov, A.U. Abdulazimova, V.V. Solovyev, R. Qamar, S.N. Chohan,
J.A. Aliyev
Mono- and Bi-Cistronic Chimeric mRNAs in Arabidopsis and Rice Genomes
pp: 66-81

Bio of Professor Jalal Alirza Aliyev
p: 82

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