NA Digest Monday, December 10, 2012 Volume 12 : Issue 50

Today's Editor:
Daniel M. Dunlavy
Sandia National Labs

Submissions for NA Digest:

Mail to

Information via email about NA-NET:

Mail to


From: Joseph Grcar <>
Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2012 05:24:37 -0800
Subject: Minimum Norm Problem

Dear NA Digest,

Prove or find a counterexample:

For every matrix, and for every matrix norm that is induced from two
vector norms, the perturbations of smallest norm that reduce the rank
of the matrix include a perturbation of rank 1.

Joseph Grcar


From: Cleve Moler <>
Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2012 01:28:47 +0000
Subject: 1976 Matrix Singular Value Decomposition Film

In 1976, I made a 6-minute film about the singular value decomposition
at what was then known as the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory. Most
of the film is computer animated graphics. We recently retrieved the
film from storage, digitized it, and uploaded it to YouTube.

The direct link to the film on YouTube is:

A description of the making of the film, and its use as background
graphics in the first Star Trek movie, is in my blog at:


From: Martin Berzins <>
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2012 13:26:11 -0700 (MST)
Subject: Uintah Open Source Release

Uintah open source software release

Uintah version 1.5.0 was released on November 2, 2012. Uintah is a
set of software components and libraries that facilitate the solution
of PDEs on structured AMR grids from a single core processor to as
many as 200K cores. Uintah is distributed under the MIT open source

Uintah has several CFD components, Arches, ICE and Wasatch along with
a novel particle based algorithm, MPM used for structural analysis.
The combination of MPMICE and MPMArches gives rise to fluid structure
interaction algorithms coupled to with various Chemistry models.
Uintah has been used in a wide variety of applications include
modeling energetic materials in fires, boiler simulations, micro-scale
fluid structure interactions, carbon capture, angiogenesis, foam
compression, plume models, acoustic models of phonation, and
micro-vascular networks.


From: Bruce Bailey <>
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 18:24:21 -0500
Subject: New Book, Approximation Theory and Approximation Practice

Announcing the December 3, 2012, publication by SIAM of:

Approximation Theory and Approximation Practice, by Lloyd N. Trefethen

2012 / xiii + 305 pages / Softcover / ISBN 978-1-611972-39-9 /
List Price $49.00 / SIAM Member Price $34.30 / Order Code OT128

In a book that will appeal to beginners and experts alike, Oxford
University’s Nick Trefethen presents approximation theory using a
fresh approach for this established field.

This is a textbook on classical polynomial and rational approximation
theory for the twenty-first century. It uses MATLAB to teach the
field’s most important ideas and results and differs fundamentally
from other works on approximation theory in a number of ways: its
emphasis is on topics close to numerical algorithms; concepts are
illustrated with Chebfun; and each chapter is a PUBLISHable Matlab
M-file, available online.

In addition, the book centers on theorems and methods for analytic
functions, which appear so often in applications, rather than on
functions at the edge of discontinuity with their seductive
theoretical challenges. Original sources are cited rather than
textbooks, and each item in the bibliography is accompanied by an
editorial comment.

Each chapter has a collection of exercises, which span a wide range
from mathematical theory to Chebfun-based numerical experimentation.

To order, or for more information about this and all SIAM books,
please visit

From the author: This book marks quite a departure from existing
works. Everything is illustrated numerically throughout using
Chebfun, and in fact, each of the 28 chapters is available as an
executable (PUBLISHable) Matlab M-file. Connections with practical
computation are emphasized (quadrature, rootfinding, spectral
methods,...) and the original source of most of the big mathematical
and algorithmic ideas is identified with an extensive annotated
bibliography. I hope this will become a standard text for students
wishing to learn classical approximation theory in a manner that is
more than just purely theoretical. An easy introduction to some of
the themes of the book can be found in its appendix on "Six myths of
polynomial interpolation and quadrature", which is also available at
my web page.


From: "Andy R. Terrel" <>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 15:53:07 -0500
Subject: Scientific Software Days, USA, Dec 2012

I would like to invite you to join us for a day of presentation and
discussion ranging from HPC software, Open Science, and Scientific
Applications from an amazing set of speakers.



Will Schroeder of Kitware, Inc. on "Scaling the Future: How to
Practice Open Science"


Aleksandra Pawlik of Open University on "Everything about scientific
software documentation that wasn’t in the manual"

ACES 2.402
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX
December 17, 2012
9 AM – 5 PM

Conference Details at
Please email questions to

Hosted by the Texas Advanced Computing Center and the Jackson School
of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin.


From: Ronald Kriemann <>
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 05:36:33 -0500
Subject: GAMM-Seminar, Germany, Jan 2013

The 29th GAMM-Seminar in Leipzig will take place from
Monday, January 21st until Wednesday, January 23rd 2013.

The topic of the workshop is

"Numerical Methods for Uncertainty Quantification"

Invited speakers are

* Hermann Matthies (TU Braunschweig)
* Anthony Nouy (Ecole Centrale Nantes)
* Fabio Nobile (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)
* Ivan Oseledets (RAS Moscow)

See also the webpage

There are still a few free slots for talks (25 minutes plus
5 minutes discussion). Please send your applications to until December 17th.


From: Amrita Lonkar <>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 23:33:05 -0500
Subject: Stanford University Unstructured (SU2), USA, Jan 2013

The second version of the open-source CFD software, SU2, will be
released on January 8, 2013. In support of this new release, we are
hosting a workshop at Stanford University to introduce the new
capabilities of SU2 to the open-source community. This workshop will
be held on January 15, 2013 at Stanford University. Virtual access
will also be available for non-local attendees.

Pre-registration is now open for the workshop and the registration
form can be found on the front page of our website or

To find out more, please visit our website (, like us
on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @su2code.

Thank you for your interest in open-source CFD
The SU2 Team

The Stanford University Unstructured (SU2) suite is an open-source
collection of software tools written in C++ for performing
Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) analysis and design. SU2 is under
active development in the Aerospace Design Lab in the Department of
Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University.


From: Iain Duff <>
Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2012 17:51:22 +0000
Subject: Sparse Days at CERFACS, France, Jun 2013

Sparse Days at CERFACS

This notice is a "save the date" for the annual Sparse Days at
CERFACS. It will be held at CERFACS in Toulouse on 17th and 18th of
June. There are evening flights from Toulouse to London to enable
participants to also attend the immediately succeeding meeting on
Preconditioning in Oxford. More on this shortly.

Iain Duff


From: Matthias Bolten <>
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 14:52:07 +0100
Subject: Euro-Par 2013, Germany, Aug 2013

19th International European Conference on Parallel and Distributed

Euro-Par 2013
Aachen, Germany
August 26-30, 2013

Euro-Par is an annual series of international conferences dedicated to
the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel and
distributed computing.


Support Tools and Environments, Performance Prediction and Evaluation,
Scheduling and Load Balancing, High-Performance Architectures and
Compilers, Parallel and Distributed Data Management, Grid, Cluster and
Cloud Computing, Peer-to-Peer Computing, Distributed Systems and
Algorithms, Parallel and Distributed Programming, Parallel Numerical
Algorithms, Multicore and Manycore Programming, Theory and Algorithms
for Parallel Computation, High-Performance Networks and Communication,
High-Performance and Scientific Applications, GPU and Accelerator
Computing. Extreme-Scale Computing

Abstracts due: January 31, 2013
Full papers due: February 7, 2013
Workshop proposal due: February 28, 2013
Author notification: May 8, 2013
Camera-ready full papers due: June 1, 2013
Conference: August 26-30, 2013


From: Pietro Belotti <>
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2012 12:54:35 -0500
Subject: Chair Position, Mathematical Sciences, Clemson Univ

Applications and nominations are invited for the position of Chair of
the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Clemson
University. Qualifications include a rank of Full Professor, or
equivalent, and proven leadership experience. Administrative
experience is highly desirable.

The Mathematical Sciences Department at Clemson has successfully
integrated the areas of algebra and discrete mathematics; analysis;
bioinformatics; computational mathematics; operations research;
mathematical statistics and probability; and applied statistics into
balanced educational programs at both the undergraduate and graduate
levels. It offers B.A., B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degree programs. The
department has achieved national recognition in a number of areas from
pure and applied research to program and classroom innovation. The
department houses 46 tenured/tenure-track faculty members, 28
lecturers, 12 visiting faculty, 8 full-time staff members, as well as
116 graduate and 231 undergraduate students. It is the largest unit
within the College of Engineering and Sciences, and it contributes to
the university with a significant service course load. Further
information regarding the department and its programs can be found at
its website Candidates for Chair must
demonstrate both a dynamic vision for supporting, directing, and
enhancing the multiple missions of the Department and an appreciation
for the Department's broad and diverse mathematical sciences
disciplines. An earned doctorate or equivalent is
required. Nominations and requests for further information should be
sent to:

Dr. Gretchen Matthews, Chair
Mathematical Sciences Department Chair Search Committee

Applications must be electronically filed at by
uploading a cover letter, vita (including names, telephone numbers,
and e-mail addresses of three references), and statements on teaching
and research; in addition, three reference letters should be submitted
to Applications received by February 1, 2013
will receive full consideration, but later applications may be
considered until the position is filled. The position will be
available August 15, 2013. Salary will be commensurate with
credentials and experience.

Clemson University has been designated as a "high research activity"
institution with strong community engagement by the Carnegie
Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. In 2012, Clemson ranked
25th among public national universities in the US News and World
Report rankings, and 11th across all university categories in its
commitment to quality teaching. Clemson University has over 19,000
students in 210 degree programs. Located in the upstate of South
Carolina, the city of Clemson provides a small college-town setting on
the shores of Lake Hartwell, near both the scenic foothills of the
Blue Ridge Mountains and the metropolitan areas of
Greenville-Spartanburg, SC; Charlotte, NC; and Atlanta, GA. Clemson
University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and
does not discriminate against any individual or group of individuals
on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race,
religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or genetic information.


From: "M. Ganesh" <>
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2012 18:48:38 -0500
Subject: Faculty Positions, Applied Math and Stats, Colorado School of Mines

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at the Colorado
School of Mines invites applications for two faculty positions:

1. Associate or Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics. Research
area is differential equations, with demonstrated involvement in

2. Assistant Professor in Applied Statistics. Preferred research areas
are spatial statistics and uncertainty quantification.

Review of applications will begin 17 December 2012.

Further information from the Department's website,


From: Luke Olson <>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2012 09:16:13 -0500
Subject: Faculty Position, Scientific Computing, Univ Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Faculty Position, Scientific Computing, University of Illinois at

Computer Science Open Rank Professor

The Department of Computer Science (CS) at the University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for faculty positions at all
levels and in all areas of CS, but with particular emphasis in the
areas of software engineering and programming languages; "big data"
and its associated learning/storage/retrieval problems; and scientific
computing and large-scale parallel numerical/combinatorial
algorithms. Applications are encouraged from candidates whose research
programs are in traditional as well as in nontraditional and
interdisciplinary areas of computer science. The department is engaged
in exciting new and expanding programs for research, education, and
professional development, with strong ties to industry.

Applicants for positions at the assistant professor level must have an
earned Ph.D. or equivalent degree, excellent academic credentials, and
an outstanding ability to teach effectively at both the graduate and
undergraduate levels. Successful candidates will be expected to
initiate and carry out independent research and to perform academic
duties associated with our B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. programs. Senior
level appointments with tenure are available for persons of
international stature.

Faculty in the department carry out research in a broad spectrum of
areas and are supported by world-class facilities, starting with our
department’s home in the Siebel Center for Computer Science, and
including collaborations with the National Center for Supercomputing
Applications, the Coordinated Science Laboratory, the Information
Trust Institute, the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and
Technology, the Computational Science & Engineering program, the
Institute for Genomic Biology, as well as several industrial centers
and programs that foster international collaborations. The department
has one of the leading programs in the United States, granting
approximately 200 B.S. degrees, 70 M.S. degrees, and 60 Ph.D. degrees

In order to ensure full consideration by the Search Committee,
applications must be received by January 15, 2013. Salary will be
commensurate with qualifications. Preferred starting date is August
16, 2013, but is negotiable. Applications can be submitted by going
to (jobID: 24531), and uploading a cover
letter, CV, research statement, and teaching statement, along with
names of three references. For inquiry, please call 217-244-7949 or

Illinois is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer and
welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas
who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity
( Associate or Full Professor:
Department of Computer Science and Department of Advertising


From: Michaela Seiwald <>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 07:38:50 -0500
Subject: Tenure Track Position, University Assistant, Univ Graz, Austria

Institute of Mathematics and Scientific Computing is filling an

University Assistant with doctorate

(40 hours a week; fixed-term employment for the period of 6 years with
qualification agreement; Tenure Track; Envisaged Job Starting Date

For more information follow the link:


From: Ken McKinnon <>
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2012 22:18:58 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: Lectureship Position, Operational Research, Edinburgh Univ

University of Edinburgh, School of Mathematics

The School of Mathematics invites applications from highly qualified
candidates for a temporary 2.5-year lectureship in operational
research. The position is available from 1 April 2013 or at another
date by mutual agreement. Annual salary: 7,012 - 4,166 (Lecturer,
grade EU08).

You must have a Ph.D. in mathematics, operational research, or a
related discipline, and have an excellent research record. You should
have well formulated research plans enabling you to contribute
strongly to a highly-rated research-led School. Applicants with
research interests in operational research and optimization and their
modern applications, including modelling in the energy sector or the
digital economy, for example, are particularly welcome.

The School of Mathematics runs very successful MSc programmes in
Operational Research and you will be expected to make imaginative
contributions to these and to the School's undergraduate programmes.

The closing date for applications is 22 January 2013 and interviews
are likely to be held in the week commencing 18th February 2013. When
submitting your application please attach your curriculum vitae, a
research record, and a brief research plan. Please also arrange for
three referees to send letters of recommendation directly to, fax +44 (0)131 650 6553 by the closing date.

For informal discussion/enquiries contact Professor Jacek Gondzio
(email:, tel + 44 131 650 8574).

The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
Scotland, with registration number SC005336.


From: David Silvester <>
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2012 08:25:12 +0000
Subject: Lectureship Position, Applied Mathematics, Univ of Manchester

Lecturer in Applied Mathematics
School of Mathematics
University of Manchester, UK.
Reference: EPS-01984

Applications are invited for a lecturer in applied mathematics, with
research interests in the area of theoretical or applied aspects of
solving inverse problems. This position is part of an ongoing
programme to strengthen collaborations between the School of
Mathematics and other research groups in the University and
industry. At present, the School has two permanent members of staff
with a range of interests in theoretical and applied inverse problems
including electrical and electromagnetic imaging in medicine,
geophysics and process monitoring, X-ray tomography, tensor tomography
of stress and strain, diffuse optical tomography and florescence
tomography. The post provides an excellent opportunity to join a very
strong research group.

Salary will be in the range 32,901 - 45,486 pounds per annum according
to relevant experience and qualifications.

Further particulars can be downloaded from

Further details of Applied Mathematics in Manchester can be found at


From: "Prof. Dr. Steffen Dereich " <>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 08:52:40 -0500
Subject: Junior Professorship (W1) Position, Probability, Univ of Muenster

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University
of Muenster (Germany) seeks applications for a

Junior Professorship (W1) for Probability

available from 1 April 2013. The temporary position is granted for
three years with the possibility of a prolongation by further three

Candidates are expected to have a strong research record in an active
field of probability. Preferred research areas are for example the
analysis of complex networks, branching or Lévy processes. Good links
to the research priorities of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics
and, in general, to the Mathematical Institutes (e.g. SFB 878 "Groups,
Geometry & Actions") are mandatory.

Applicants are expected to have a university degree and to show strong
teaching ability. Further the appointee is supposed to have special
qualifications for academic work, which is usually demonstrated by an
outstanding PhD within the last five years.

The University of Muenster places particular emphasis on fostering
career opportunities for female scientists and Scholars. Qualified
women are therefore strongly encouraged to apply. Disabled persons
with equivalent aptitude for the position will be favoured.

Applications with the usual documents (curriculum vitae, list of
publications, list of courses, presentation of the scientific career,
research agenda) in a single pdf file due by 14/12/2012 at If you have further inquiries, please contact Prof
Steffen Dereich (


From: Fadil Santosa <>
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2012 12:30:18 -0500
Subject: Postdoctoral Fellow Position, IMA/NIST/Boeing

IMA Industrial Postdoctoral Fellowship

Applications are sought for recent PhDs in Mathematics or related
fields to perform research in uncertainty quantification of molecular
dynamics simulation. This exceptional opportunity is a collaboration
between the IMA, the National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST), and Boeing. The appointment is for two years with the postdoc
spending half of that time at Boeing. The postdoc will also have an
opportunity to collaborate with material scientists at the NIST. The
most important qualifications are strong computational skills and
interests in materials science. Background in molecular dynamics and
uncertainty quantification is desirable but not required. Industrial
postdoctoral fellows receive a salary of $55,000 annually, and a
travel allowance. The position is open to US permanent residents and
US citizens only.

Apply through Application deadline is January 1, 2013


From: Jan Zeman <>
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2012 06:21:51 -0500
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Materials Modelling, Czech Technical Univ

The Czech Technical University in Prague - University Center for
Energy Efficient Buildings offers six post-doctoral positions in the
field of modeling, simulation, assessment and optimization of
multi-functional materials and structures.

Start date: From 1st January 2013, until all positions are filled

Contract duration: 30 months (with a critical evaluation after the
first year)

Additional details are available at


From: Wim Michiels <>
Date: Sun, 9 Dec 2012 13:43:37 -0500
Subject: PhD Position, Numerical Methods for Control, KU Leuven

PhD Numerical methods for analysis, simulation and control of linear
parameter varying systems, KU Leuven

The analysis, simulation and control of linear parameter-varying (LPV)
systems have become a major research area. LPV systems naturally arise
when modeling manufacturing systems, chemical processes,
electro-hydraulic systems, active suspension systems, automotive
engines, etc. In most of these applications the dynamics are
inherently infinite-dimensional and characterized by a spatio-temporal
distribution of state variables.

The aim of the PhD project is to develop numerical methods for the
analysis and control of linear infinite-dimensional systems with
time-varying parameters. These methods should deal with uncertainty on
the system model and must be capable of designing controllers with a
prescribed structure or order that optimize stability, robustness and
performance measures.

The PhD position is funded by a joint project of the Numerical and
Applied and Applied Mathematics Division and the Division Production
Engineering, Machine Design and Automation of the KU Leuven, which
both participate in the interdisciplinary Optimizatin in Engineering
Center OPTEC.

Profile: The candidates must have a MSc degree in Applied Mathematics
or Engineering. He/she is expected to participate in national and
international collaborative projects in the area of scientific
computing, dynamical systems, control and optimization.

How to apply: Send an electronic application (detailed CV, motivation
letter, references) to Prof. Wim Michiels


From: Communications in Math Sciences <>
Date: Sat, 08 Dec 2012 14:57:24 -0600
Subject: Contents, Comm Math Sci. 11(2)

Communications in Mathematical Sciences (CMS)
Vol 11, No. 2, 2013
Table of Contents

Full articles are online at

On the unconditionally gradient stable scheme for the Cahn-Hilliard
equation and its implementation with Fourier method, Andrew
Christlieb, Keith Promislow, and Zhengfu Xu

Scaling laws for droplets spreading under contact-line friction, Maria
Chiricotto and Lorenzo Giacomelli

Exponential synchronization of finite-dimensional Kuramoto model at
critical coupling strength, Young-Pil Choi, Seung-Yeal Ha, Myeongmin
Kang, and Myungjoo Kang

Cauchy problem for the Zakharov system arising from hot plasma with
low regularity data, Lijia Han, Jingjun Zhang, Zaihui Gan and Boling

Strong solutions and inviscid limit for Boussinesq system with partial
viscosity, Lucas C.F. Ferreira and Elder J. Villamizar-Roa

Crossover of the coarsening rates in demixing of binary viscous
liquids, Felix Otto, Christian Seis, and Dejan Slepcev

Synchronization analysis of Kuramoto oscillators, Jiu-Gang Dong and
Xiaoping Xue

Regression models with memory for the linear response of turbulent
dynamical systems, Emily L. Kang, John Harlim, and Andrew J. Majda

On the failure probability of one dimensional random material under
delta external force, Jingchen Liu and Xiang Zhou

One dimensional Fokker-Planck reduced dynamics of decision making
models in computational neuroscience, Jose A. Carrillo, Stephane
Cordier, and Simona Mancini

Blow-up of smooth solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations for
compressible isothermal fluids, Dapeng Du, Jingyu Li, and Kaijun Zhang

Globally hyperbolic regularization of Grad's moment system in one
dimensional space, Zhenning Cai, Yuwei Fan, and Ruo Li

On the continuity of images by transmission imaging, Chunlin Wu

A remark on the box-counting dimension of the singular set for the
Navier- Stokes equations, Witold Sadowski

Analysis of a diffuse-interface model for the binary viscous
incompressible fluids with thermo-induced Marangoni effects, Hao Wu
and Xiang Xu

A fast algorithm for reiterated homogenization, Bjorn Engquist and
Lexing Ying


From: Ed Saff <>
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2012 15:40:11 -0500
Subject: Contents, Constructive Approximation, 36(3)

Constructive Approximation
Volume 36 Number 3
Table of Contents

“Euler–Maclaurin Expansions for Integrals with Arbitrary Algebraic-
Logarithmic Endpoint Singularities” by Avram Sidi, Pages 331-352

“The Eigenfunctions of the Hilbert Matrix” by Alexandru Aleman,
Alfonso Montes-Rodríguez, and Andreea Sarafoleanu, Pages 353-374

“Spectral Density of Jacobi Matrices with Small Deviations” by Alain
Bourget, Pages 375-398

“L^1-Approximation and Finding Solutions with Small Support” by
Y. Benyamini, A. Kroó, and A. Pinkus, Pages 399-431

“Locally Adaptive Density Estimation on the Unit Sphere Using
Needlets” by A. Kueh, Pages 433-458

“Orthogonal Polynomials Satisfying Higher-Order Difference Equations”
by Antonio J. Durán, Pages 459-486

“Splines on Triangulations with Hanging Vertices” by Larry
L. Schumaker and Lujun Wang, Pages 487-511

“CMV Matrices and Little and Big &#8722;1 Jacobi Polynomials” by Maxim
Derevyagin, Luc Vinet, and Alexei Zhedanov, Pages 513-535

Volume 36 Number 2 of Constructive Approximation is now available on
the SpringerLink web site at

Constructive Approximation
An International Journal for Approximations and Expansions
Published by Springer


From: Lothar Reichel <>
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2012 11:05:25 -0500
Subject: Contents, ETNA, 39

Table of Contents, Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis
(ETNA), vol. 39, 2012. ETNA is available at
and at several mirror sites. ETNA is in the extended Science Citation
Index and the CompuMath Citation Index.

i-xi Table of contents and abstracts

1-21 P. R. Willems and B. Lang, The MR3-GK algorithm for the
bidiagonal SVD

22-31 A. Golbabai and A. Safdari-Vaighani, Collocation methods based
on radial basis functions for the coupled
Klein-Gordon-Schrodinger equations

32-45 T. V. S. Sekhar, R. Sivakumar, S. Vimala, and
Y. V. S. S. Sanyasiraju, A combined fourth-order compact scheme
with an accelerated multigrid method for the energy equation in
spherical polar coordinates

46-59 P. Rutka and R. Smarzewski, Extremal interpolatory problem of
Fejér type for all classical weight functions

60-74 M. Dobrowolski, On domain-robust preconditioners for the Stokes

75-101 G. Meurant, The complete stagnation of GMRES for n ≤ 4

102-112 G. Da Fies and M. Vianello, Trigonometric Gaussian quadrature
on subintervals of the period

113-143 A. Kleefeld and T.-C. Lin, Boundary element collocation method
for solving the exterior Neumann problem for Helmholtz's
equation in three dimensions

144-155 C. Brezinski, P. Fika, and M. Mitrouli, Estimations of the
trace of powers of positive self-adjoint operators by
extrapolation of the moments

156-185 M. H. Gutknecht, Spectral deflation in Krylov solvers: A
theory of coordinate space based methods

186-201 L. Gerardo-Giorda and L. Mirabella, Spectral analysis of a
block-triangular preconditioner for the Bidomain system in

202-230 K. Atkinson and O. Hansen, Creating domain mappings

231-252 M. Kolmbauer, A robust FEM-BEM MinRes solver for distributed
multiharmonic eddy current optimal control problems in
unbounded domains

253-270 M. Al Sayed Ali and M. Sadkane, Improved predictor schemes for
large systems of linear ODEs

271-285 A. Solonen, H. Haario, J. Hakkarainen, H. Auvinen, I. Amour,
and T. Kauranne, Variational ensemble Kalman filtering using
limited memory BFGS

286-297 R. Czapla, V. Mityushev, and N. Rylko, Conformal mapping of
circular multiply connected domains onto slit domains

298-312 P. Birken, Optimizing Runge-Kutta smoothers for unsteady flow

313-332 S. C. Brenner and K. Wang, An iterative substructuring
algorithm for a C^0 interior penalty method

333-339 Z. Liu and Y. He, Cascadic multigrid preconditioner for
elliptic equations with jump coefficients

340-352 J.-C. Santos-Leon, Fejer orthogonal polynomials and rational
modification of a measure on the unit circle

353-378 V. E. Henson and G. Sanders, Locally supported eigenvectors of
matrices associated with connected and unweighted power-law

379-402 B. Jeuris, R. Vandebril, and B. Vandereycken, A survey and
comparison of contemporary algorithms for computing the matrix
geometric mean

403-413 L. F. Shampine, Integrating Oscillatory Functions in Matlab,

414-436 J. R. Cardoso, Computation of the matrix pth root and its
Frechet derivative by integrals

437-463 D. A. Lorenz, P. Maass, and P. Q. Muoi, Gradient descent for
Tikhonov functionals with sparsity constraints: Theory and
numerical comparison of step size rules

464-475 E. Bozzo and D. Fasino, A multiparameter model for link
analysis of citation graphs

476-507 R. Ramlau and C. A. Zarzer, On the minimization of a Tikhonov
functional with a non-convex sparsity constraint

End of NA Digest