Today's Editor:

Daniel M. Dunlavy

Sandia National Labs

dmdunla@sandia.gov

- How important is Monte Carlo?
- Stratclyde NA Conference: SIAM UKIE Prizewinners
- célérité: O(N) Gaussian Process Regression in one dimension
- New book, High-Gain Observers in Nonlinear Feedback Control
- Chemnitz FEM Symposium, Austria, Sep 2017
- Optimization Support Specialist Position, NEOS
- Research Associate Position, Imperial College
- Postdoc Position, Optimal Control of PDEs, ERC-Advanced Grant
- Postdoc Position, Uncertainty Quantification
- Postdoc Position, Univ of Tennessee SW libraries
- Postdoc Positions, Numerical Linear Algebra, Univ of Manchester
- Postdoc and PhD Position, NA and PDE, Univ of Bielefeld
- PhD Position, Computational Mathematics, Univ of New South Wales
- PhD Position, Mathematics, Umeå Univ
- PhD Positions, Computational and Applied Marine Science, Bergen
- PhD Positions, Univ of Udine
- Contents, Computational methods in applied mathematics, 2017 (3)
- Contents, Constructive Approximation, 45 (2)
- Contents, Constructive Approximation, 45 (3)
- Contents, Intl J of Mathematics and Computer Science, 12 (2)
- Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 75 (3)
- Contents, Proc Institute of Applied Mathematics, 6 (1)
- Contents, Siberian J of Numerical Mathematics, 19 (2)
- Contents, Siberian J of Numerical Mathematics, 19 (3)
- Contents, Siberian J of Numerical Mathematics, 20 (1)
- Contents, Siberian J of Numerical Mathematics, 20 (2)

From: Joseph Grcar jfgrcar@gmail.com

Date: June 27, 2017

Hello NA Digest,

"Monte Carlo methods were among the most important and widely adopted

techniques in the transformation of scientific practices made possible

by computer simulation."

(This from a recent article on the history of computing.)

Does anyone agree?

From: Ivan Graham I.G.Graham@bath.ac.uk

Date: July 03, 2017

The 27th Biennial Conference on Numerical Analysis took place at the

University of Strathclyde from June 27-30th 2017. The three best

student presentations at the conference were recognized through prizes

sponsored by the UK and Ireland section of SIAM.

We are delighted to announce that the prize winners this year were

Denis Devaud, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, "Exponential convergence in

H^1/2 of hp-approximation for parabolic equations"

James Rynn, University of Manchester, UK, "Using Surrogate Models to

Accelerate Bayesian Inverse Uncertainty Quantification"

Florian Wechsung, University of Oxford, UK, "Shape Optimization with

Geometric Constraints Using Moreau-Yosida Regularization"

Judging panel: Ivan Graham, Natalia Kopteva and John Mackenzie

From: Sivaram Ambikasaran sivaambi@alumni.stanford.edu

Date: June 25, 2017

celerite (http://celerite.readthedocs.io/en/stable/) is a library for

fast Gaussian Process (GP) Regression (scaling as O(N)) in one

dimension with implementations in C++, Python, and Julia. The Python

implementation is the most stable and it exposes the most features but

it relies on the C++ implementation for computational efficiency.

The celerite API is designed to be familiar to users of george

(http://dan.iel.fm/george/current/) and, like george, celerite is

designed to efficiently evaluate the marginalized likelihood of a

dataset under a GP model. This is then meant to be used alongside your

favorite non-linear optimization or posterior inference library for

best results.

celerite is being actively developed in a public repository on GitHub

(https://github.com/dfm/celerite) so if you have any trouble, open an

issue there.

From: Bruce Bailey Bailey@siam.org

Date: June 28, 2017

High-Gain Observers in Nonlinear Feedback Control

Hassan K. Khalil

viii+324 pages / Hardcover / 978-1-611974-85-0 / List Price $89.00 /

SIAM Member Price $62.30 / Order Code DC31

This is a clear, unified treatment of the theory of high-gain

observers and their use in feedback control. Also provided is a

discussion of the separation principle for nonlinear systems; this

differs from other separation results in the literature in that

recovery of stability as well as performance of state feedback

controllers is given. The author provides a detailed discussion of

applications of high-gain observers to adaptive control and regulation

problems and recent results on the extended high-gain observers. In

addition, the author addresses two challenges that face the

implementation of high-gain observers: high dimension and measurement

noise. Low-power observers are presented for high-dimensional

systems. The effect of measurement noise is characterized and

techniques to reduce that effect are presented. The book ends with

discussion of digital implementation of the observers.

The book is intended for engineers and applied mathematicians who

design or research feedback control systems.

To order or for more about this book, including links to its table of

contents, preface, and index, please visit

http://bookstore.siam.org/DC31/ .

From: Michael Weise fem2017@tu-chemnitz.de

Date: June 27, 2017

30th Chemnitz FEM Symposium

On Tour at Strobl / St. Wolfgang (Austria)

September 25 - 27, 2017

The scientific topics of the FEM symposium are all aspects of finite

elements. This year special emphasis is placed on

- High Order FEM and Isogeometrical Analysis

- PDEs with Fractional Derivatives

- Computational Fluid Mechanics

Invited Speakers:

- Mark Ainsworth (Brown University)

- Volker John (WIAS and FU Berlin)

- Ricardo H. Nochetto (University of Maryland)

- Gabriel Wittum (Goethe University Frankfurt and KAUST)

Deadlines:

- July 15th, 2017: submission of abstracts via WWW

- August 15th, 2017: registration via WWW (including room reservation)

The registration form and further information can be found under

http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/mathematik/fem-symposium/

From: Michael Ferris ferris@cs.wisc.edu

Date: June 28, 2017

The NEOS (Network-Enabled Optimization System, https://neos-

server.org) Server and NEOS Guide (https://neos-guide.org) is a free

internet-based service for solving numerical optimization problems

hosted at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. We are hiring an

Optimization Support Specialist who will be able to work online and

remotely.

The position will be responsible for assisting with first line contact

and administration of the NEOS server. In addition this position will

provide and manage a mechanism for content update for the NEOS guide,

help implement and enhance a collection of case studies for

optimization that link to the NEOS Solver, and assist in establishing

documentation of practices and FAQs for the position. We expect this

person to work approximately 10 hours per week. Interested applicants

should flow up using the online application at:

https://morgridge.org/job-posting/optimization-support-specialist/

From: George Constantinides g.constantinides@imperial.ac.uk

Date: June 26, 2017

Please see http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BCJ136/research-associate-in-

approximate-computing-with-application-to-machine-learning/ for an

opportunity to join the Imperial College team. I'd be grateful if you

could spread the word to your PhD students. I'd also be keen to talk

to good Masters students too.

From: mathunigraz michaela.seiwald@uni-graz.at

Date: June 27, 2017

POSTDOC POSITION within the ERC-Advanced Grant "From Open to Closed

Loop Optimal Control of PDEs", Institute of Mathematics and Scientific

Computing, University of Graz, Austria

About the project: The project addresses a broad spectrum in optimal

control of PDEs and focusses on some of the most pressing topics: Non-

smooth, non-convex optimal control and computational techniques for

feedback control, possibly based on high-dimensional Hamilton Jacobi

Bellman equations. Applications include the bidomain equations, which

are the established model to describe the electrical activity of the

heart. Professional qualifications: Doctoral degree in a mathematical

branch of study. Solid knowledge in applied mathematics, including

PDEs, with specialization in either analytical or computational

techniques. Specialization in optimal control, calculus of

variations, or optimization is very welcome.

Contact person and grant holder:

Prof. Karl Kunisch, University of Graz and Radon Institute, Austrian

Academy of Sciences:

https://homepage.uni-graz.at/de/karl.kunisch/

Applications with a detailed CV including a publication list and a

compact statement of past achievements and research interests should

be sent to: michaela.seiwald@uni-graz.at.

Application Deadline: September 15, 2017

From: Mike Kirby kirby@cs.utah.edu

Date: July 03, 2017

The Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute at the University

of Utah invites applications for one post-doctoral researcher for

interdisciplinary work spanning applied mathematics and, computer

science, with particular application to and the interface between

multiscale modeling of materials and. The successful candidate will

perform research in the development, implementation and application of

computational and applied mathematics methods to multiscale algorithms

developed at various scales (i.e. continuum, mesoscale, microscale,

etc.), and will work closely with SCI Institute researchers and

external collaborators to integrate research into SCI Institute

software applications and apply this software to compelling problems

in science and engineering. Previous postdocs who have held this

position benefited from its interdisciplinary nature: placing

individuals with strong applied mathematics and computing skills at

the interface of realistic and compelling engineering problems.

Responsibilities

1) Development of applied mathematics (kriirgging and surrogate

surface modeling, approximation theory, reduced-order modeling,

uncertainty quantification, numerical methods, etc.) techniques for

various multiscale systems.

2) Interaction with engineering partners on various multiscale

modeling design problems.

3) Implementation and evaluation of these methodologies within

collaborative codes bases.

Complete details: https://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/64218

From: Jack Dongarra dongarra@icl.utk.edu

Date: June 29, 2017

The Innovative Computing Lab (ICL, http://icl.cs.utk.edu/) of the

University of Tennessee is looking for a bright, motivated person(s)

to join as a staff researcher. The primary duties of this position

are: to assist in the design, development and maintenance of numerical

software libraries for solving linear algebra problems on large

distributed memory machines with multicore processors and hardware

accelerators; write research papers documenting research findings;

present material at conferences; direct students and research team in

their research endeavors as related to ongoing and future

projects. There will be opportunities for publication, travel, and

high profile professional networking in academia, labs, and industry.

Education: PhD in Computer Science or related field with demonstrable

background in applied mathematics and computer science, in particular

distributed computing, multicore computing, GPU computing; or MS in

Computer Science or related field + 3-5 years relevant research or

work experience.

Experience: Background in applied mathematics, technical experience in

parallel computing, distributed computing, multithreading; familiarity

with numerical software libraries; experience with performance

diagnostics and optimization techniques, tracing,

profiling. Experience with developing mathematical software

desired. Track record of contributing to open source projects a

plus. Experience with GPU computing highly desired.

Job Skills Required: background in applied mathematics, familiarity

with numerical software; extensive knowledge of programming

techniques, highly proficient in C/C++, basic understanding of Fortran

language; proficiency with MPI and OpenMP, familiarity with CUDA or

OpenCL; technical writing and presentation skills, excellent

communication skills and a strong publication record.

For consideration, send CV to Jack Dongarra dongarra@icl.utk.edu

From: Jack Dongarra dongarra@icl.utk.edu

Date: July 02, 2017

Postdoc Positions, Numerical Linear Algebra, University of Manchester

Two postdoctoral posts are available in the School of Mathematics at

the University of Manchester on the European Commission project

"Numerical Linear Algebra for Future and Emerging Technologies

(NLAFET)".

The project is a collaboration between University of Manchester,

INRIA, Umea University, and STFC/RAL.

The research at Manchester will focus on research on dense and sparse

linear algebra solvers aiming at a significant reduction of

communication and thus suitable for future and emerging large-scale

computers.

For details, see http://man.ac.uk/hRb8xF

Closing date: July 31, 2017.

Informal enquiries should be directed to

Professor Jack Dongarra (dongarra@icl.utk.edu).

From: Lars lars.diening@uni-bielefeld.de

Date: June 29, 2017

We are looking for PostDoc and a PhD student in Numerical Analysis

and/or Analyis of PDEs.

The full details of the two advertisements can be found at:

PhD position (75% parttime)

http://www.uni-

bielefeld.de/Universitaet/Aktuelles/Stellenausschreibungen/Anzeigen/Wiss/wiss17123.pdf

PostDoc position (fulltime):

http://www.uni-

bielefeld.de/Universitaet/Aktuelles/Stellenausschreibungen/Anzeigen/Wiss/wiss17124.pdf

The application deadline is August 5th. Please send you applications

to matz@math.uni-bielefeld.de indicating the position that you apply.

From: Thanh Tran thanh.tran@unsw.edu.au

Date: July 02, 2017

Applications are invited to the prestigious UNSW Scientia PhD

Scholarship to work on the project "Numerical methods for optimal

control problems with uncertainties". The scholarship includes,

besides tuition fees, a stipend of AUD 40,000 per annum for 4 years

and a grant of up to AUD 10,000 each year for career development and

support of international research collaborations.

Details can be found at http://www.2025.unsw.edu.au/apply/

Deadline for expression of interest: July 21st, 2017.

Supervisory team: Thanh Tran, Michael Feischl, Josef Dick.

For more information, please contact:

Associate Professor Thanh Tran

School of Mathematics and Statistics

University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Email: thanh.tran@unsw.edu.au

Phone: +61 2 9385 7041

From: David Cohen david.cohen@umu.se

Date: June 29, 2017

The Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at Umea

University, Sweden, invites applications for one PhD position in

Mathematics with focus on the numerical analysis of stochastic partial

differential equations.

Deadline for applications: August 11, 2017.

For more information, please visit the link

https://umu.mynetworkglobal.com/en/what:job/jobID:159236/

From: Talal Rahman Talal.Rahman@hvl.no

Date: June 27, 2017

Applications are invited from highly motivated candidates for two PhD

research fellowship positions in computational and applied marine

science, jointly funded by the newly formed Western Norway University

of Applied Sciences (HVL, http://www.hvl.no) and the Institute of

Marine Research (IMR, http://www.imr.no) as part of a research

collaboration between the two institutes.

The successful candidates will work on a cross-disciplinary research

project which seek to develop cutting edge methodologies to support a

framework for modelling and prediction of fish stock's population

dynamics and uncertainty quantification (http://ict.hib.no,

http://redus.no/). The principal areas of research will include

elements of computational modeling, optimization, parameter

estimation, image processing, and numerical solutions to space-time

ordinary, partial, and delay differential equations.

A master's degree in mathematics, computational sciences, mathematical

biology, or a related field is required. Graduate thesis and courses

must cover one or several of the elements mentioned. Excellent grades

in the graduate level, and strong programming skills in Matlab, C/C++

or Python, are also expected. Preference will be given to candidates

with demonstrated ability to work independently, good English language

skills and a potential to carry out high-quality research.

Initial salaries will be offered at pay grade 50 (code 1017) on the

governement salary scale (currently NOK 436 900 gross p.a.).

For more information on the positions and application, contact: Talal

Rahman (talal.rahman@hvl.no) or Sam Subbey (samuels@imr.no)

From: Dimitri Breda dimitri.breda@uniud.it

Date: June 28, 2017

Ph.D. Course in Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics, University

of Udine. Applications are invited for 13+1 positions.

All information can be found at

http://www.uniud.it/en/research/research-doctorate/phdstudies/admission/ph.d.-call-1?

set_language=en

The deadline is July 17, 2017 at 2pm (Italian time).

From: Piotr Matus matus@im.bas-net.by

Date: June 30, 2017

COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS (2017), No 3

One Hundred Years of the Galerkin Method, Repin, Sergey

An hp-Hybrid High-Order Method for Variable Diffusion on General

Meshes, Aghili, Joubine / Di Pietro, Daniele A. / Ruffini, Berardo

Weakly Imposed Symmetry and Robust Preconditioners for Biot's

Consolidation Model, Baerland, Trygve / Lee, Jeonghun J. / Mardal,

Kent-Andre / Winther, Ragnar

Numerical Methods for Simulating the Motion of Porous Balls in Simple

3D Shear Flows under Creeping Conditions, Guo, Aixia / Pan,

Tsorng-Whay / He, Jiwen / Glowinski, Roland

On Finite Element Formulations for the Obstacle Problem - Mixed and

Stabilised Methods, Gustafsson, Tom / Stenberg, Rolf / Videman, Juha

Block Circulant and Toeplitz Structures in the Linearized Hartree-Fock

Equation on Finite Lattices: Tensor Approach, Khoromskaia, Venera /

Khoromskij, Boris N.

Rank Structured Approximation Method for Quasi-Periodic Elliptic

Problems, Khoromskij, Boris / Repin, Sergey

Error Analysis of Randomized Runge-Kutta Methods for Differential

Equations with Time-Irregular Coefficients, Kruse, Raphael / Wu, Yue

On Well-Posedness for a Piezo-Electromagnetic Coupling Model with

Boundary Dynamics, Picard, Rainer

A Posteriori Modelling-Discretization Error Estimate for Elliptic

Problems with L\infty-Coefficients, Weymuth, Monika / Sauter, Stefan /

Repin, Sergey

From: Edward Saff constr.approx@vanderbilt.edu

Date: June 28, 2017

Constructive Approximation

http://link.springer.com/journal/365

Volume 45 Number 2

Table of Contents

Nonlinear Nonnested 2-d Spline Approximation, M. Lind and P. Petrushev

Chebyshev-Type Quadratures for Doubling Weights, Shoni Gilboa and Ron

Peled

From Schoenberg Coefficients to Schoenberg Functions, Christian Berg

and Emilio Porcu

Solution to the Khavinson Problem Near the Boundary of the Unit Ball,

Marijan Markovic

Construtive Solutions for Systems of Iterative Functional Equations,

Cristina Serpa and Jorge Buescu

A Determinantal Approach to Irrationality, Wadim Zudilin

Construction of Quasi-Monte Carlo Rules for Multivariate Integration

in Spaces of Permutation-Invariant Functions, Dirk Nuyens, Gowri

Suryanarayana, and Markus Weimar

From: Edward Saff constr.approx@vanderbilt.edu

Date: June 28, 2017

Constructive Approximation

http://link.springer.com/journal/365

Volume 45 Number 3

Table of Contents

Infinite-Dimensional $ell^1$ Minimization and Function Approximation

from Pointwise Data, Ben Adcock

Block-Sobolev Spaces and the Rate of Almost Everywhere Convergence of

Bochner-Riesz Means, Dashan Fan, Fayou Zhao

ERRATUM to: Block-Sobolev Spaces and the Rate of Almost Everywhere

Convergence of Bochner-Riesz Means, Dashan Fan, Fayou Zhao

Estimates for the Bohr Radius of a Faber-Green Condenser in the

Complex Plane, P. Lassere and E. Mazzilli

Fractional Laplace Operator and Meijer G-Function, Bartlomiej Dyda,

Alexey Kuznetsov, and Mateuse Kwasnicki

On Sharp Constants in Bernstein-Nikolskii Inequalities, Michael

I. Ganzburg and Sergey Yu. Tikhonov

Constructive Sparse Trigonometric Approximation for Functions with

Small Mixed Smoothness, Vladimir Temlyakov

Discrete Least-Squares Approximations Over Optimized Downward Closed

Polynomial Spaces in Arbitrary Dimension, Albert Cohen, Giovanni

Migliorati, and Fabio Nobile

From: Badih Ghusayni badih@future-in-tech.net

Date: June 29, 2017

Contents, Vol. 12, no. 2

International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science

1) A. I. Enagi, M. Bawa, A. M. Sani, Y. A. Badegi, Stability Analysis

of a Deterministic Compartmental Model of Tuberculosis with Effect of

HIV/AIDS on the Progression from Latent Class to Infectious Class.

2) A. I. Enagi, M. O. Ibrahim, N. I. Akinwande, M. Bawa, A. A. Wachin,

A Mathematical Model of Tuberculosis Control Incorporating

Vaccination, Latency and Infectious Treatments (Case Study of

Nigeria).

3) R. Farhadian, N. Asadian, On the Helmert Matrix and Application in

Stochastic Processes.

4) 6L. Heller, A. Sack, Unexpected Failure of a Greedy Choice

Algorithm Proposed by Hoffman.

From: Claude Brezinski claude.brezinski@univ-lille1.fr

Date: June 26, 2017

Table of Contents

Numerical Algorithms, Vol. 75, No. 3

An embedded 3(2) pair of nonlinear methods for solving first order

initial-value ordinary differential systems, Higinio Ramos, Gurjinder

Singh, V. Kanwar, Saurabh Bhatia

A new numerical approach for solving a class of singular two-point

boundary value problems, Pradip Roul, Dipak Biswal

On the convergence of Newton-like methods using restricted domains,

Ioannis K. Argyros, Santhosh George

Numerical simulation of a Finite Moment Log Stable model for a

European call option, H. Zhang, F. Liu, I. Turner, S. Chen, Q. Yang

Cooperative concurrent asynchronous computation of the solution of

symmetric linear systems, Amit Bhaya, Pierre-Alexandre Bliman,

Fernando Pazos

Asymptotic behavior and finite element error estimates of Kelvin-Voigt

viscoelastic fluid flow model, Sudeep Kundu, Saumya Bajpai, Amiya

K. Pani

Accurate polynomial interpolation by using the Bernstein basis, Ana

Marco, Jose-Javier Martinez, Raquel Viana

A numerical algorithm for blow-up problems revisited, C.-H. Cho

A Fast and Stable Algorithm for Linear Parabolic Partial Differential

Equations, Jun Liu, Yao-Lin Jiang, Yan Wang

Unique discrete harmonic continuation and data completion problems

using the fading regularization method, Franck Delvare, Alain

Cimetiere

An adaptive Filon-type method for oscillatory integrals without

stationary points, Longbin Zhao, Chengming Huang

On interval predictor-corrector methods, Andrzej Marciniak, Malgorzata

A. Jankowska, Tomasz Hoffmann

A fractional step method for 2D parabolic convection-diffusion

singularly perturbed problems: uniform convergence and order

reduction, C. Clavero, J. C. Jorge

Best L 1 approximation of Heaviside-type functions from Chebyshev and

weak-Chebyshev spaces, Laurent Gajny, Olivier Gibaru, Eric Nyiri,

Shu-Cherng Fang

From: Fikret Aliev proceedings.IAM@gmail.com

Date: June 30, 2017

Proceedings of the Institute of Applied Mathematics, V.6, N.1, 2017

ISSN 2225-0530,

http://iam.bsu.edu.az/en/content/proceedings_of_institute_of_applied_m

athematics01112011125221

CONTENTS

Asymptotic method for defining the coefficient of hydraulic resistance on

the different parts of the tubing in the oil extraction

F.A. Aliev, N.A. Ismailov, A.A. Namazov

Generalized class of p â€“valent functions with higher order derivatives

and negative coefficients

M.K. Aouf, A.O. Mostafa and W.K. Elyamany

Sweep method for the solution of optimization problem with three-point

boundary conditions with inseparabilities at the internal and end points

Ðœ.Ðœ. Mutallimov, N.I. Velieva, Sh.A. Faradjova

Mathematical model of service life of parties of machine-building

products and its analysis

N.M. Rasulov, U.M. Nadirov

Design of grid services for running virtual machines as computing task

based on transition systems

S.L. Kryvyi, Yu.V. Boyko, S.D. Pogorilyy, O.F. Boretskyi, M.M. Glibovets

The inverse scattering problem for the discrete Dirac system on the

whole axis

A.Kh. Khanmamedov, R.I. Aleskerov

The frequency high accuracy algorithm for the solution of continuous

linear-quadratic optimal synthesis problem by output variable

N.I. Velieva

About solution of constrained matrix Sylvester equation

F.A. Aliev, V.B. Larin

The inverse scattering problem for the one-dimensional Schrodinger

operator with an additional linear potential

H.M. Huseynov, A.F. Mamedova

Improvement operation of sucker-rod pump

Sh.I. Mustafayev, K.G. Gasimova

Common coupled fixed-point theorem for generalized compatible pair of

mappings under generalized Mizoguchi-Takahashi contraction

Bhavana Deshpande

On an uniform estimation in domain of the modulus of eigenfunctions

for the elliptic equation containing the large parameter on a part of the

domain

S.T. HuseynovProceedings of the Institute of Applied Mathematics, V.6, N.1, 2017

ISSN 2225-0530,

http://iam.bsu.edu.az/en/content/proceedings_of_institute_of_applied_mathematics01112

011125221

CONTENTS

Asymptotic method for defining the coefficient of hydraulic resistance

on the different parts of the tubing in the oil extraction,

F.A. Aliev, N.A. Ismailov, A.A. Namazov

Generalized class of p-valent functions with higher order derivatives

and negative coefficients, M.K. Aouf, A.O. Mostafa and W.K. Elyamany

Sweep method for the solution of optimization problem with three-point

boundary conditions with inseparabilities at the internal and end

points, M.M. Mutallimov, N.I. Velieva, Sh.A. Faradjova

Mathematical model of service life of parties of machine-building

products and its analysism N.M. Rasulov, U.M. Nadirov

Design of grid services for running virtual machines as computing task

based on transition systems, S.L. Kryvyi, Yu.V. Boyko, S.D. Pogorilyy,

O.F. Boretskyi, M.M. Glibovets

The inverse scattering problem for the discrete Dirac system on the

whole axis, A.Kh. Khanmamedov, R.I. Aleskerov

The frequency high accuracy algorithm for the solution of continuous

linear-quadratic optimal synthesis problem by output variable,

N.I. Velieva

About solution of constrained matrix Sylvester equation, F.A. Aliev,

V.B. Larin

The inverse scattering problem for the one-dimensional Schrodinger

operator with an additional linear potential, H.M. Huseynov,

A.F. Mamedova

Improvement operation of sucker-rod pump, Sh.I. Mustafayev,

K.G. Gasimova

Common coupled fixed-point theorem for generalized compatible pair of

mappings under generalized Mizoguchi-Takahashi contraction, Bhavana

Deshpande

On an uniform estimation in domain of the modulus of eigenfunctions

for the elliptic equation containing the large parameter on a part of

the domain, S.T. Huseynov

From: Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics sibjnm@sscc.ru

Date: July 03, 2017

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Volume 19, No. 2, 2016

For information to contributors and about subscriptions

see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

Babicheva G.A., Kargapolova N.A., Ogorodnikov V.A., Special algorithms

for simulation of homogeneous random fields (in Russian)

Zhitnikov V.P., Sherykhalina N.M., Muksimova R.R., The peculiarities

of error accumulation in solving problems for simple equations of

mathematical physics by finite difference methods (in Russian)

Kabanikhin S.I., Krivorotko O.I., A numerical algorithm for computing

tsunami wave amplitude (in Russian)

Kansal M., Kanwar V., Bhatia S., Optimized mean based second

derivative-free families of Chebyshev-- Halley type methods (in

Russian)

Korneev V.D., Sveshnikov V.M., Parallel algorithms and domain

decomposition technologies for solving three-dimensional boundary

value problems on quasi-structured grids (in Russian)

Monakhov O.G., Monakhova E.O., Pant M., Application of differential

evolution algorithm for optimization of strategies based on financial

time series (in Russian)

Stepanova L.V., Yakovleva E.M., Asymptotics of eigenvalues of the

nonlinear eigenvalue problem arising from the near mixed-mode

crack-tip stress-strain field problems (in Russian)

Favorskaya A.V., Petrov I.B., The study of increased order

grid-characteristic methods on unstructured grids (in Russian)

From: Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics sibjnm@sscc.ru

Date: July 03, 2017

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Volume 19, No. 3, 2016

For information to contributors and about subscriptions

see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

Averina T.A., Using of randomized method of maximum cross-section for

simulation of systems with random structure with independent

distributed transitions, (in Russian)

Zorkaltsev V.I., The search of feasible solutions by interior point

algorithms, (in Russian)

Krukier L.A., Martynova T.S., Preconditioning of GMRES by the

skew-Hermitian iterations, (in Russian)

Owolabi Kolade M., Mathematical study of two-variable systems with

adaptive numerical methods, (in Russian)

Platov G.A., The influence of the shelf zone relief and the coastline

geometry on coastal trapped waves, (in Russian)

Plotnikov M.Yu., Shkarupa E.V., Evaluation of statistical error when

calculating velocity and temperature components by the direct

simulation Monte Carlo method, (in Russian)

Rozhenko A.I., Fedorov E.A., On an algorithm of bilateral restrictions

smoothing with spline, (in Russian)

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Date: July 03, 2017

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Volume 20, No. 1, 2017

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see http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

Averina T.A., Rybakov K.A., An approximate solution of the prediction

problem for stochastic jump- diffusion systems, (in Russian)

Galashov A.E., Kel'manov A.V., On pseudopolynomial-time solvability of

a quadratic Euclidean problem of finding a family of disjoint subsets,

(in Russian)

Marchuk An.G.,The assessment of tsunami heights above the parabolic

bottom relief within the wave-ray approach, (in Russian)

Mahato H.S., Numerical simulations for a two-scale model in a porous

medium, (in Russian)

Namm R.V., Tsoy G.I., A modified dual scheme for solving an elastic

crack problem, (in Russian)

Prashanth M., Motsa S., Semilocal convergence of a continuation method

in Banach spaces, (in Russian)

Rudoy E.M., Kazarinov N.A., Slesarenko V.Yu., Numerical simulation of

the equilibrium of an elastic two-layer structure with a crack, (in

Russian)

Choubey N., Jaiswal J.P., Two- and three-point with memory methods for

solving nonlinear equations, (in Russian)

Shumilov B.M.,About semi-orthogonal spline-wavelets with derivatives,

and the algorithm with splitting, (in Russian)

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Date: July 03, 2017

CONTENTS, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Volume 20, No. 2, 2017

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Ayupova N.B., Golubyatnikov V.P., Kazantsev M.V., On existence of a

cycle in one asymmetric model of a molecular repressilator, (in

Russian)

Blatov I.A., Zadorin A.I., Kitaeva E.V. , About the uniform

convergence of parabolic spline interpolation on the class of

functions with large gradients in the boundary layer, (in Russian)

Voronin K.V., Grigoriev A.V., Laevsky Yu.M., On an approach to

modeling wells, (in Russian)

Jaiswal J.P., Analysis of semilocal convergence in Banach spaces under

relaxed condition and computational efficiency, (in Russian)

Monakhov O.G., Monakhova E.A., A parallel algorithm of the

multivariant evolutionary synthesis of nonlinear models, (in Russian)

Sabelfeld K.K., Kablukova E.G., A stochastic model of the nanowires

growth by molecular beam epitaxy, (in Russian)

Singh Swarn, Singh Suruchi, Arora R., Numerical solution of second

order one dimensional hyperbolic equation by exponential B-spline

collocation method, (in Russian)

Hou T., Wang K., Xiong Y., Xiao X., Zhang Sh., Discrete maximum-norm

stability of a linearized second order finite difference scheme for

Allen-Cahn equation, (in Russian)

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