## NA Digest Monday, July 2, 2012 Volume 12 : Issue 27

Today's Editor:
Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs
dmdunla@sandia.gov

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From: John C Nash <nashjc@uottawa.ca>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 21:48:39 -0400
Subject: Set of 74 test functions for nonlinear eq solvers

I found the 1969 tech report by John Rice on Purdue's site, but the
quality of the image (line printer to pdf) is not great. I'm wondering
if anyone has a version of the Fortran (or related) code, as I've
several solvers reworked for R that it would be useful to test.

Cheers,
John Nash

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From: Leo Liberti <leoliberti@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2012 10:52:25 +0200
Subject: Deadline ext, ATMOS 2012, Slovenia, Sep 2012

12th WORKSHOP ON ALGORITHMIC APPROACHES FOR TRANSPORTATION MODELING,
OPTIMIZATION, AND SYSTEMS (ATMOS 2012)
Dedicated to the memory of Alberto Caprara
September 13, 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia
http://algo12.fri.uni-lj.si/?file=atmos

The ATMOS 2012 workshop will be held in connection with ALGO 2012 in
Ljubljana, Slovenia, on September 13, 2012. Since 2000, the series of
ATMOS workshops brings together researchers and practitioners who are
interested in all aspects of algorithmic methods and models for
transportation optimization and provides a forum for the exchange and
dissemination of new ideas and techniques.

Transportation networks give rise to very complex and large-scale
network optimization problems requiring innovative solution techniques
and ideas from mathematical optimization, theoretical computer
science, and operations research. Applicable tools and concepts
include those from graph and network algorithms, combinatorial
optimization, approximation and online algorithms, stochastic and
robust optimization.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 5, 2012, 23:59 PDT (extended from june 28)

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From: Nick Trefethen <trefethen@maths.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2012 05:04:05 -0400
Subject: Chebfun and Beyond, Oxford, UK, Sep 2012

Registration is now open for the Chebfun and Beyond workshop to be
held Sept. 17-19 at Oxford University. For details of how to
register, and an outline of some topics to be discussed at the
workshop, see http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/chebfun/and_beyond. The
plenary speakers are:

Folkmar Bornemann, TU Munich
Toby Driscoll, U. of Delaware
Leslie Greengard, New York U.
Nick Hale, U. of Oxford
Nick Higham, U. of Manchester
Daan Huybrechs, KU Leuven
Cleve Moler, MathWorks Inc.
Nick Trefethen, U. of Oxford

Contributed talks are solicited on all topics related to the theory
and practice of numerical computing with functions. Costs for
participants are low since the conference is heavily subsided by the
European Research Council.

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From: Chris Maynard <c.maynard@ed.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 05:44:55 -0400
Subject: Partitioned Global Address Space Prog, USA, Oct 2012

The 6th Conference on Partitioned Global Address Space Programming
Models (PGAS 2012), Oct 10-12, 2012, Santa Barbara, CA
https://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/pgas12/

Full paper submission: Aug 1st 2012
Workshop and tutorial proposals: Aug 1st 2012

The PGAS conference is a forum to present and discuss ideas and
research developments in the area of PGAS models, languages,
compilers, runtimes, applications and tools. The conference
proceedings are published in the ACM Digital Library.

* Applications. New applications that are uniquely enabled by the PGAS
model, existing applications and effective application development
practices for PGAS codes.
* Performance analysis of applications over various programming
models.
* Developments in Programming Models and Languages. PGAS models,
language extensions, and hybrid models to address emerging
architectures, such as multicore, hybrid, heterogeneous, SIMD, and
reconfigurable architectures.
* Tools, Compilers, and Implementations. Integrated Development
Environments, performance analysis tools, and debuggers. Compiler
optimizations for PGAS languages, low level libraries, memory
consistency models. Hardware support for PGAS languages,
performance studies and insights, productivity studies, and language
interoperability.

Papers are limited in length to 10 pages, at 10pt font. Please see the
conference page for more details.

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From: Svetozar Margenov <margenov@parallel.bas.bg>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 15:00:51 +0300 (EEST)
Subject: LSSC'13 Conference, Bulgaria, Jun 2013

The 9th International Conference on Large-Scale Scientific
Computations will take place in June 3-7, 2013, Sozopol,
Bulgaria. LSSC'13 is organized by the Department of Scientific
Computations, Institute of Information and Communication Technologies,
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

Following the tradition (see
http://parallel.bas.bg/Conferences/SciCom11.html), the topics of
interest include: Hierarchical, adaptive, domain decomposition and
local refinement methods; Robust preconditioning algorithms; Monte
Carlo methods and algorithms; Numerical linear algebra; Large-scale
computations of environmental, biomedical and engineering problems;
Parallel algorithms and performance analysis.

Your suggestions for organizing special sessions are welcome.

Conference chairman: Prof. Svetozar Margenov
Conference secretary: Mrs. Silvia Grozdanova
E-mail: scicom13@parallel.bas.bg

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From: Jaime Lloret Mauri<jlloret@dcom.upv.es>
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2012 14:18:32 +0200
Subject: IJAHUC - Special Issue

Call for Papers
Special Issue on "Localization, Positioning and Coverage in Wireless
Sensor Networks"
International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAHUC)
Journal Impact Factor: 0.435 (2010)
http://www.inderscience.com/browse/callpaper.php?callID=1741

Suitable topics include but are not limited to: WSN radio coverage;
WSN sensing field; WSN deployment zones; Isotropic and sectorial
sensing nodes; Positioning systems; Node location techniques;
Analytical node placement systems; 2D and 3D Regions of Interest in
WSNs; Theoretical systems and analytical methods to maximize the radio
and sensing coverage; Sensing gain and power gain systems; Sleep
scheduling techniques for enhancing WSN coverage; Self-organization
Strategies

Submission deadline: 30 November, 2012
Notification of acceptance: 28 February, 2013
Camera Ready Papers: 30 April, 2013

Guest Editors: Prof. Jaime Lloret Mauri, Dr. Lei Shu, Prof. Sabu
M. Thampi, Dr. Javier M. Aguiar

Editors and Notes All papers must be submitted online. To submit a
paper, please go to Online Submissions of Papers
(http://www.inderscience.com/mapper.php?id=35&jid=145).

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From: kompisv@fstroj.utc.sk
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2012 12:10:35 +0200 (CEST)
Subject: Modelling of composites reiforced by finite fibres

I am looking for researchers interesting for cooperation in
development computational models for composites reinforced by finite
fibres. I developed method of 1D continuous source functions
(fundamental solutions and their derivatives) for simulation of fibres
reinforcing matrix. There is still much problems to continue in the
model development. Colleagues interesting in numerical methods and
continuum mechanics can be good candidate for this research. We could
prepare a proposal for projects supporting the activity. I use MATLAB
for the model development.

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From: oyanagi@is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2012 13:45:24 +0900 (JST)
Subject: Team Leader Positions, RIKEN AICS, Japan

RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science in Kobe invites
applications for two team leader positions in computer science and
computational science. The employment is to start as soon as possible
after October 1, 2012

The candidate, when employed, is to organize a research team. He or
she must be prepared to actively carry out research and development
toward creating a common framework to support computational science
and technology in a wide sense, and to promote interdisciplinary
research between computer and computational science.

It is a full-time management position with a five-year contract,
renewable for the duration of the research team, which is based on
evaluation. Annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications
and experience. Commuting and housing allowances will be provided.
Social insurance will be applied. Membership is mandatory in the RIKEN
Mutual Benefit Society (RIKEN Kyosaikai).

The following team leader positions are now open. For details on the
application we refer to the associated announcement on the URL's.

- Data Assimilation Research Team
http://www.riken.jp/engn/r-world/info/recruit/k120810_e_aics.html

- Discrete Event Simulation Research Team
http://www.riken.jp/engn/r-world/info/recruit/k120810_e_aics_2.html

Q&A on these positions is provided in:
http://www.riken.jp/engn/r-world/info/recruit/pdf/8026q-a.pdf

The deadline of the application is August 10, 2012 (application must
arrive by 5 pm Japan time).

Candidates who pass the screening will undergo an interview consisting
of a presentation including self-introduction, personal research, and
research plan if given an opportunity to pursue research at AICS.

Please make inquiries by email to: aics-oubo@riken.jp

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From: oyanagi@is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2012 13:48:31 +0900 (JST)
Subject: Unit Leader Positions, RIKEN AICS, Japan

RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science in Kobe invites
applications for two unit leader positions in computer science and
computational science. The employment is to start as soon as possible
after October 1, 2012

The candidate, when employed, is to organize a research unit. He or
she must be prepared to actively carry out research and development
toward creating a common framework to support computational science
and technology in a wide sense, and to promote interdisciplinary
research between computer and computational science.

It is a full-time management position with a fixed-year contract,
renewable for the duration of the project subject to anuual work
review. Annual salary will be commensurate with qualifications and
experience. Commuting and housing allowances will be provided.
Social insurance will be applied. Membership is mandatory in the RIKEN
Mutual Benefit Society (RIKEN Kyosaikai).

The following unit leader positions are now open. For details on the
application we refer to the associated announcement on the URL's.

- Computational Structural Biology Unit
http://www.riken.jp/engn/r-world/info/recruit/k120810_e_aics_3.html

- Computational Disaster Mitigation and Reduction Research Unit
http://www.riken.jp/engn/r-world/info/recruit/k120810_e_aics_4.html

The deadline of the application is August 10, 2012 (application must
arrive by 5 pm Japan time).

Candidates who pass the screening will undergo an interview consisting
of a presentation including self-introduction, personal research, and
research plan if given an opportunity to pursue research at AICS.

Please make inquiries by email to: aics-oubo@riken.jp

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From: Achim Schroll <achim@imada.sdu.dk>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 15:29:58 -0400
Subject: Associate Professor in Computational Biology

The Faculty of Science at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in
Odense invites applications for a position as associate professor in
computational biology.

Computational biology is a pivotal part of SDU's efforts to expand and
strengthen the research fields at the interfaces of natural science
and health science.

The SDU Faculty of Science provides a modern, dynamic and
international environment for research and education within four
departments: Mathematics and Computer Science; Physics, Chemistry and
Pharmacy; Biology; and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Depending
on background, teaching and research interests, the successful
candidate will be employed in one of these departments.

The successful candidate is expected to engage in interdisciplinary
research projects with SDU experimentalists with the aim to develop
integrated experimental and computational approaches for studies of
dynamic biological systems, their evolution and regulation. Candidates
with a background in biostatistics, biomathematics, biomolecular
modelling and simulation, or analysis of large-scale ‘omics data or
related fields are encouraged to apply.

Further information:
http://www.jobs.sdu.dk/vis_stilling.php?id=7455&lang=eng

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From: Achim Schroll <achim@imada.sdu.dk>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 15:32:14 -0400
Subject: Assistant Professor Positions, Computational Biology

The Faculty of Science at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in
Odense invites applications for up to two assistant professor
positions in computational biology.

Computational biology is a pivotal part of SDU's efforts to expand and
strengthen the research fields at the interfaces of natural science
and health science.

The SDU Faculty of Science provides a modern, dynamic and
international environment for research and education within four
departments: Mathematics and Computer Science; Physics, Chemistry and
Pharmacy; Biology; and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Depending
on background and research interests, the successful candidates will
be employed in one of these departments for the duration of two or
three years.

The successful candidates are expected to engage in interdisciplinary
research projects with SDU experimentalists with the aim to develop
integrated experimental and computational approaches for studies of
dynamic biological systems, their evolution and regulation. Candidates
with a background in biostatistics, biomathematics, biomolecular
modelling and simulation, and analysis of large-scale ‘omics data or
related fields are encouraged to apply.

Further information:
http://www.jobs.sdu.dk/vis_stilling.php?id=7454&lang=eng

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From: Achim Schroll <achim@imada.sdu.dk>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 15:34:07 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Fellow Positions, Computational Biology

The Faculty of Science at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in
Odense invites applications for up to three postdoctoral research
positions in computational biology.

Computational biology is a pivotal part of SDU's efforts to expand and
strengthen the research fields at the interfaces of natural science
and health science.

The SDU Faculty of Science provides a modern, dynamic and
international environment for research and education within four
departments: Mathematics and Computer Science; Physics, Chemistry and
Pharmacy; Biology; and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Depending
on background and research interests, the successful candidates will
be employed in one of these departments for the duration of two or
three years.

The successful candidates are expected to engage in interdisciplinary
research projects with SDU experimentalists with the aim to develop
integrated experimental and computational approaches for studies of
dynamic biological systems, their evolution and regulation. Candidates
with a background in biostatistics, biomathematics, biomolecular
modelling and simulation, and analysis of large-scale ‘omics data or
related fields are encouraged to apply.

Further information:
http://www.jobs.sdu.dk/vis_stilling.php?id=7452&lang=eng

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From: Tatiana Marquez-Lago <tatiana.marquez@oist.jp>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 08:07:27 -0400
Subject: Postdoc Position, Stochastic Modeling and Sim, OIST, Japan

We are searching for a motivated postdoctoral researcher to work in
interdisciplinary projects aimed at (1) the development of novel
stochastic/multiscale simulation algorithms, and (2) simulation of
gene expression and key cell signal transduction processes. The ideal
candidates should have a strong background in Mathematics, Computer
Science, and/or Bio-Engineering, as well as a strong interest to
collaborate with experimental biologists. Previous experience with
dynamical systems (DEs), biological/chemical reaction modelling and
MatLab programming is expected, while experience in stochastic
modelling and simulation (temporal and spatio-temporal) is a plus.

Specific projects will entail constant feedback and cooperation with
experimental and theoretical groups both inside and outside
Japan. Thus, the postdoc is expected to have excellent personal and
communication skills, and a willingness to communicate research
results to interdisciplinary audiences.

The successful candidates will join the Integrative Systems Biology
Unit of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, and will work
under the supervision of Prof. Tatiana T. Marquez-Lago. Currently, 45
Faculty members and a growing population of over 200 scientists,
students, and research support staff are located in OIST
facilities. English is the language of instruction and a large segment
of the faculty and student population is international. Further
details about OIST can be found on our website (www.oist.jp), while
additional information on the position can be found in
http://www.oist.jp/careers/post-doctoral-position-available-computational-and-systems-biology

Interested candidates should send a single PDF file to
tatiana.marquez@oist.jp, containing their CV, list of publications,
names and contact information for 3 references, and a brief statement
of research interests (in stochastic modeling and systems biology).

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From: Emmanuel Maitre <emmanuel.maitre@imag.fr>
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 18:52:07 +0200
Subject: PhD Position, Applied Maths, Univ of Grenoble, France

PhD Position in Applied Mathematics

The PhD student will be part of the Grenoble Graduate School in
Mathematics, working in the PDE / MOISE teams (Dr. Nicolas Papadakis
and Prof. Emmanuel Maitre) at the Jean Kuntzmann Laboratory,
University of Grenoble, France.

Topic: Optimal transport with physical constraints.

Context: The thesis will be realized in collaboration with the TOMMI
project (Optimal Transport and Multi-Physics Models of Images) that
involves the Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann and the UniversitÃ© Paris
5. This project focuses on the creation of new image models that
incorporate the physical properties of the objects contained in image
sequences. Such problem implies theoretical (property of the models)
and numerical (how computing efficiently the solution) issues. There
exist numerous applications in image analysis, crowd modeling,
computation of optimal trajectories or data assimilation for
meteorology and oceanography. The local scientific group in Grenoble
is composed of specialists in image processing, level set methods, PDE
and data assimilation.

Subject: Optimal transport theory is a subject of high interest in
mathematics. The general idea of optimal transport is to compute an
optimal mapping from a function onto another function. The optimality
condition may be defined, for example, as the mapping, which minimizes
the mean transport of each spatial point of the domain of the
function. As a grayscale image can be considered as a function,
applications have immediately been developed in image processing
domain. Despite advanced theoretical results and application in image
analysis, the numerical and algorithmic aspects have been poorly
explored. Moreover, energies taking into account the physical
properties (rigidity, elasticity, fluids...) of the objects composing
the images together with the topology of the studied spatial domain
have never been considered. New theoretical and algorithmic issues
are naturally associated with such kind of problems. In this context,
the goal of the thesis will be the deï¬nition of computational methods
of the optimal transport in the case of obstructions and physical
properties (deformable, rigid...) of the mass to transport. Recent
works have tackled the obstruction problem. The modeling of physical
constraint is nevertheless an open problem. This should allow the
estimation of optimal trajectories of crowds or robots in complex
environments. It also has a major interest in data assimilation
problems, where the use of satellite images is determinant for the
meteorological and oceanographical predictions. Taking into account
islands is for example important when computing the distance between a
quantity given by a numerical model and a spatial observation of the
ocean. As well, a challenge is to consider 3D optimal transportation
using 2D observations given by satellite images.

From the scientific point of view, there are numerous problems that
involve crossdisciplinary investigations:
- Applied mathematics: existence, (non)-uniqueness and regularity of
the transport maps.
- Computer sciences and Numerical analysis: definition and
implementation of robust optimization algorithms. Study of the
potential parallelization of the codes
- Image processing / robotics: application of the methods to image
interpolation and to optimal trajectory estimation

We will therefore only consider applicants with applied mathematics
backgrounds, or with image analysis backgrounds endowed with
convincing mathematical skills.

Starting Date: September 2012.

Requirements: Master degree in applied mathematics / image analysis
with outstanding grades; fundamental knowledge in the area of
numerical methods for PDEs; programming skills in MATLAB; programming
skills in C/C++ would be considered a valuable additional asset.

Funding: The project is sponsored by Grenoble Insitute of Technology
Foundation. The salary is above 15.000 EUROS per year.

To apply, please send by email a full CV, a cover letter and reference
letters to Dr. Nicolas Papadakis and Emmanuel Maitre:
Nicolas.Papadakis@imag.fr, Emmanuel.Maitre@imag.fr, until August 31,
2012.

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From: Volker Michel <michel@mathematik.uni-siegen.de>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2012 10:51:12 -0400
Subject: PhD Position, University of Siegen, Germany

In the Geomathematics Group at the Department of Mathematics of the
University of Siegen, Germany, the following vacancy is to be filled
from 1 October 2012 (or as soon as possible thereafter)

Research Scientist
(wage group 13 TV-L, 75%)

Your Tasks:
Research within a research project of the Geomathematics Group (in
cooperation with groups in Cambridge, UK). The project is funded by
the German Research Foundation (DFG) and concerned with numerical
methods for inverse problems in medical imaging.

Your Profile:
Applicants must be graduated (Master or Diploma) in a mathematical
degree programme with a very good or excellent grade.

Applicants should have profound knowledge concerning analysis (for
functions of several variables). Additional education in Numerical
Analysis and/or Functional Analysis as well as programming skills are
helpful but not compulsory.

Candidates will be given the opportunity to work on their PhD thesis.

The position is limited to 3 years. The University of Siegen is an
equal-opportunity employer and seeks to raise the amount of women
involved in research and teaching. Thus, the application of adequately
qualified women is encouraged. Applications from handicapped persons
are encouraged.

Further information can be given by Prof. Dr. Volker Michel, Tel.
++49-271-740-3515, see also www.geomathematics-siegen.de

Applications including a cover letter, a CV, and copies of
certificates should be sent until 15 August 2012 to Prof. Dr. Volker
Michel, Department of Mathematics, University of Siegen,
Walter-Flex-Str. 3, 57068 Siegen, Germany and additionally, if
possible, via E-Mail to michel (at) mathematik.uni-siegen.de.

See also
http://www.uni-siegen.de/fb6/geomathe/ausschreibung_02_2012_englisch.pdf
for the full announcement of the vacant position.

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From: "Cmam.info" <cmam@cmam.info>
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2012 13:34:37 +0300
Subject: Contents, Computational methods in applied math, 12(3)

COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS Vol. 12 (2012), No. 3

Schwarz Methods for a Preconditioned WOPSIP Method for Elliptic
Problems, P. Antonietti, Blanca Ayuso de Dios, S. Brenner, and Li-yeng
Sung (pages 241 - 272)

Stability of a Numerical Method for a Space-time-fractional Telegraph
Equation, N.Ford, Jingyu Xiao and Yubin Yan (pages 273 - 288)

Stability of Finite-difference Schemes for Semilinear Multidimensional
Parabolic Equations, B. Jovanovic, M. Lapinska-Chrzczonowicz,
A. Matus, and P. Matus (pages 289 -305)

Equal-order Finite Elements for the Hydrostatic Stokes Problem,
M. Kimmritz and M. Braack (pages 306 - 329)

The Transmission Problem for the Helmholtz Equation in R3, A. Kleefeld
(pages 330 - 350)

Efficient Halley-like Methods for the Inclusion of Multiple Zeros of
Polynomials, M. Petkovic and M. Milosevic (pages 351 - 366)

For more information, please, visit
http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/cmam .

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From: Oleg Burdakov <oleg.burdakov@liu.se>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 11:42:41 -0400
Subject: Contents, Optimization Methods and Software, 27(3-5)

Table of Contents
Optimization Methods and Software (OMS),
Volume 27, Number 3 (June, 2012)

Marek J. Smietanski, Some superlinearly convergent inexact generalized
Newton method for solving nonsmooth equations, 405-417

Zhaocheng Cui and Boying Wu, A new trust region method with adaptive
radius for unconstrained optimization, 419-429

Qiaolin Ye, Chunxia Zhao, Ning Ye and Xiaobo Chen, A feature selection
method for nonparallel plane support vector machine classification,
431-442

Jian Zhang and Kecun Zhang, An inexact smoothing method for the
monotone complementarity problem over symmetric cones, 443-457

Qinghong Zhang, Embedding methods for semidefinite programming,
459-480

Tim Hoheisel, Christian Kanzow and Alexandra Schwartz, Convergence of
a local regularization approach for mathematical programs with
complementarity or vanishing constraints, 481-510

Manuel V.C. Vieira, Interior-point methods based on kernel functions
for symmetric optimization, 511-536

Alexander Engau, Miguel F. Anjos and Anthony Vannelli, On handling
cutting planes in interior-point methods for solving semidefinite
relaxations of binary quadratic optimization problems, 537-557

A.R. Conn and L.N. Vicent, Bilevel derivative-free optimization and
its application to robust optimization, 559-575

Volume 27, Number 4-5 (August, 2012)
Special issue dedicated to Florian Potra on the occassion of his
60th birthday
Guest-Editors: Mihai Anitescu and Goran Lesaja

Neculai Andrei, An accelerated conjugate gradient algorithm with
guaranteed descent and conjugacy conditions for unconstrained
optimization, 583-604

Kurt M. Anstreicher, Interior-point algorithms for a generalization of
linear programming and weighted centering, 605-612

Charles Audet, J.E. Dennis Jr. and Sebastien Le Digabel, Trade-off
studies in blackbox optimization, 613-624

Alexandru Cioaca, Mihai Alexe and Adrian Sandu, Second-order adjoints
for solving PDE-constrained optimization problems, 625-653

Thomas Davi and Florian Jarre, High accuracy solution of large scale
semidefinite programs, 655-666

Xuan Vinh Doan, Serge Kruk and Henry Wolkowicz, A robust algorithm for
semidefinite programming, 667-693

Haw-ren Fang and Dianne P. O'Leary, Euclidean distance matrix
completion problems, 695-717

M. Seetharama Gowda, J. Tao and Roman Sznajder, Complementarity
properties of Peirce-diagonalizable linear transformations on
Euclidean Jordan algebras, 719-733

Osman Guler and Filiz Gurtuna, Symmetry of convex sets and its
applications to the extremal ellipsoids of convex bodies, 735-759

Lanshan Han, M. Kanat Camlibel, Jong-Shi Pang and W.P.Maurice
H. Heemels, A unified numerical scheme for linear-quadratic optimal
control problems with joint control and state constraints, 761-799

Meiyun Y. He and Andre L. Tits, Infeasible constraint-reduced
interior-point methods for linear optimization, 801-825

G. Lesaja, G.Q. Wang and D.T. Zhu, Interior-point methods for
Cartesian $P_*(\kappa)$-linear complementarity problems over symmetric
cones based on the eligible kernel functions, 827-843

Miles Lubin, Cosmin G. Petra and Mihai Anitescu, On the parallel
solution of dense saddle-point linear systems arising in stochastic
programming, 845-864

Sanjay Mehrotra and Kuo-Ling Huang, Computational experience with a
modified potential reduction algorithm for linear programming,

Yu. Nesterov, Towards nonsymmetric conic optimization, 893-917

Joanna M. Papakonstantinou and Richard A. Tapia, On the generation of
classes of symmetric rank-2 secant updates and the maximality of the
Davidon class, 919-929

Forthcoming papers and complete table of contents for the journal OMS:
http://www.mai.liu.se/~olbur/contents

Instructions for Authors and Online sample copy:
http://www.tandfonline.com/goms

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From: Cherie Trebisky <trebisky@siam.org>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 15:07:05 -0400
Subject: Contents, SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Appl, 33(2)

SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications
Vol. 33, Issue 2, June 2012

Candecomp/Parafac: From Diverging Components to a Decomposition in
Block Terms, Alwin Stegeman, pp. 291-316

A New Sufficient Condition for the Uniqueness of Barabanov Norms, Ian
D. Morris, pp. 317-324

Perturbation Analysis for Antitriangular Schur Decomposition, Xiao
Shan Chen, Wen Li, Michael K. Ng, pp. 325-335

The Quasi-Kronecker Form For Matrix Pencils, Thomas Berger, Stephan
Trenn, pp. 336-368

Result Verification for the Real Quadratic Eigenvalue Problem,
Friederike Voos, pp. 369-387

On the Complexity of Some Hierarchical Structured Matrix Algorithms,
Jianlin Xia, pp. 388-410

Vandermonde Factorizations of a Regular Hankel Matrix and Their
Application to the Computation of Bézier Curves, Licio H. Bezerra,
pp. 411-432

Fast Inexact Implicitly Restarted Arnoldi Method for Generalized
Eigenvalue Problems with Spectral Transformation, Fei Xue, Howard
C. Elman, pp. 433-459

Backward Stability of Iterations for Computing the Polar
Decomposition, Yuji Nakatsukasa, Nicholas J. Higham, pp. 460-479

Short-Term Recurrence Krylov Subspace Methods for Nearly Hermitian
Matrices, Mark Embree, Josef A. Sifuentes, Kirk M. Soodhalter, Daniel
B. Szyld, Fei Xue, pp. 480-500

Hadamard Functions that Preserve Inverse $M$-Matrices, Claude
Dellacherie, Servet Martinez, Jaime San Martin, pp. 501-522

Twisted Factorizations and qd-Type Transformations for the
$\mbox{MR}^{3}$ Algorithm---New Representations and Analysis, Paul
R. Willems, Bruno Lang, pp. 523-553

The Solutions of Matrix Equation $AX=B$ Over a Matrix Inequality
Constraint, Zhen-yun Peng, Lin Wang, Jing-jing Peng, pp. 554-568

Complex Nonsymmetric Algebraic Riccati Equations Arising in Markov
Modulated Fluid Flows, Changli Liu, Jungong Xue, pp. 569-596

A Structure-Preserving Curve for Symplectic Pairs and Its
Applications, Yueh- Cheng Kuo, Shih-Feng Shieh, pp. 597-616

Positive Definite Completion Problems for Bayesian Networks, Emanuel
Ben- David, Bala Rajaratnam, pp. 617-638

Local Convergence of the Alternating Least Squares Algorithm for
Canonical Tensor Approximation. André Uschmajew, pp. 639-652

An Optimal Block Iterative Method and Preconditioner for Banded
Matrices with Applications to PDEs on Irregular Domains, Martin
J. Gander, Sébastien Loisel, Daniel B. Szyld, pp. 653-680

Monotonicity of Perturbed Tridiagonal $M$-Matrices, Jie Huang, Ronald
D. Haynes, Ting-Zhu Huang, pp. 681-700

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