### Today's Editor:

- Cleve Moler
- The MathWorks, Inc.
- moler@mathworks.com

- Golub Elected to National Academy of Sciences
- Honorary Degree for Carl de Boor
- Wallace Givens
- Change of Address for Werner Liniger
- Non-linear Equations
- An Optimization Problem
- Nesting Optimization
- Inverse Problems in Engineering Sciences
- Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis
- Electronic Journal of Differential Equations
- Scottish Computational Maths Syposium 1993
- Sixth Leslie Fox Prize
- International Meeting on Vector and Parallel Processing
- Position at the University of Manchester
- Position at Convex Computer Corporation
- Contents, Constructive Approximation
- Contents, ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software

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From: Franklin Luk <luk@cs.rpi.edu>

Date: Tue, 11 May 1993 11:51:57 -0400

**Subject: Golub Elected to National Academy of Sciences**

We are proud to share with you the wonderful news that

Gene Golub has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).

To NA-Netters, Gene needs no introduction.

Let us state simply that Gene is among the *first* computational scientists

elected to the NAS and the National Academy of Engineering.

As fellow computational scientists as well as Gene's former students,

we are thrilled that the prestigious National Academies are giving Gene

the recognition that he so richly deserves.

Sincerely,

Daniel Boley, Richard Brent, Franklin Luk.

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From: John R. Rice <jrr@cs.purdue.edu>

Date: Tue, 11 May 93 10:58:22 EST

**Subject: Honorary Degree for Carl de Boor**

It is with great pleasure that I inform you that

Card de Boor

University of Wisconsin, Madison

received an Honorary Doctorate of Science from Purdue

University on May 15, 1993. The citation for the degree is

as follows:

``For fundamental contributions to the mathemati-

cal theory of piecewise polynomials and their

application in geometrical design and functional

approximation''

Please join me in congratulating Carl on his seminal contri-

butions to science.

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From: Gene Golub <golub@sccm.Stanford.EDU>

Date: Tue, 11 May 93 9:13:20 PDT

**Subject: Wallace Givens**

Those who work on matrix computations will be sad to hear that Wallace

Givens died on March 5 at the age of 82. Information about his career

is contained in SIMAX vol 12, number 1, January 1991 which was

dedicated to him on the occasion of his 80th birthday. His memory

will remain with us as long as Givens rotations continue to play a

useful role in our work.

Gene Golub & Beresford Parlett

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From: Werner Liniger <liniger@watson.ibm.com>

Date: Wed, 12 May 93 11:49:33 EDT

**Subject: Change of Address for Werner Liniger**

Starting June 1,1993, my new postal mailing address will be my home address:

703 Fieldstone Court

Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

U.S.A.

A change in my e-mail address will be communicated later when it becomes

effective.

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From: Niels R. Walet <walet@walet.physics.upenn.edu>

Date: Mon, 10 May 93 14:12:20 -0500

**Subject: Non-linear Equations**

I am currently trying to solve a problem of the form

H_i(x) = \lambda f^1_i(x) + \mu f^2_i(x)

M_{ij}(x) f^n_j = \Omega^n f^n_j

Here \lambda and \mu are two parameters that are used to map

out a two dimensional manifold. The problem is in finding

a stable and trustworthy algorithm to do so. This is surprisingly

hard compared to the equivalent one dimensional problem.

Using the vectors f^1 and f^2 as a local basis does not work,

since we have points with degenerate eigenvalues in the problem,

where the coordinate system determined by f^1 and f^2 becomes

singular, while the manifold is smooth.

The ``best'' solution I have found up till now is to write an

alternative set of equations, using an appropriate set of ``good''

coordinates q_i, of the following form:

H_i(x) = \lambda' g^1_i(x) + \mu' g^2_i(x)

q_1(x) = q_1^0

q_2(x) = q_2^0

where

g^1_i(x) = M_{ij}H_j(x)

g^2_i(x) = M_{ij}g^1_j(x)

We now have a completely determined set of non-linear equations,

that can be solved at each point \vec{q}^0. This can be solved

locally, starting from a point x_0 where H_i(x_0) = 0, which

is easy to obtain. Using the routine hybrid from minpack leads to

partial success, i.e. it converges reasonably well at many points

of the surface, but for unknown reasons it does not converge

at some points.

After this lengthy introduction the question is whether anyone

out there has any ideas or suggestions how to solve problems

like this. Has anyone seen similar problems with different

solutions? Any help would be appreciated.

Niels R. Walet tel (215)898-8148

Dept of Physics fax (215)898-2010

University of PA

Philadelphia PA 19104 walet@walet.physics.upenn.edu

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From: Vincenzo De Florio <edf@minsky.csata.it>

Date: Thu, 13 May 93 17:52:46 METDST

**Subject: An Optimization Problem**

We need informations about algorithms concerning Optimal

Cutting of Leather. We'll be very grateful for any suggestions

about literature, software, research groups about this argument.

Thank you very much,

Vincenzo De Florio

SASIAM / Tecnopolis

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From: Peng Li <peng@fourier.csata.it>

Date: Fri, 14 May 93 9:46:41 CET

**Subject: Nesting Optimization**

Hi,

I'm looking for information about Nesting optimization problem.

I would be very appreciated if someone could tell me where I can

get it and whether the relative routine exists in the public domain.

Also I am interesting to know if there is any package of integer

programming in the PD.

Thanks in advanced for your help.

Peng Li

Tecnopolis-SASIAM

Valenzano (BA)

Italy

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From: Taketomo Mitsui <a41794a@nucc.cc.nagoya-u.ac.jp>

Date: Mon, 10 May 93 11:38:23 JST

**Subject: Inverse Problems in Engineering Sciences**

IPES-94

The Second International Symposium

"Inverse Problems in Engineering Sciences"

27 - 30 July, 1994, Osaka, Japan

Objectives:

Inverse problems have become one of the major topics in the various

fields of science. The researchers on these problems are supported by

the development of computational methods and give us new technology

related with, for example, tomography and remote sensing. There are

many mathematical problems left to be solved in the field of inverse

problems, while we often succeed in practical treatments of them. Math-

ematical analyses of them are, undoubtedly, indispensable for further

development of their practical treatments, and such treatments also give

some clues to their mathematical ones.

The cooperation between practitioners in the inverse problems and

mathematicians interested in their theoretical aspects must stimulate

each other to lead fruitful results. For the interdisciplinary discus-

sions in the field of inverse problems, we had the first international

symposium "Inverse Problems in Engineering Sciences (IPES-90)" at Osaka

in 1990 with great success. The symposium of this time is the second

one, whose purpose is expansion of collaboration in the field of inverse

problems for theoretical as well as practical aspects.

Symposium topics:

inverse scattering problems, identification of unknown coefficients in

equations, determination of boundaries or domains, parameter estimation,

ill-posed problems in natural sciences, numerical analysis and synthesis

for these problems.

Chairman: Prof. Takaaki Nishida, Dept. Math., Kyoto Univ.

Date: 27 - 30 July, 1994

Venue: Osaka Institute of Technology, Osaka, Japan

If you are interested in IPES-94, please contact to

Prof. Kenji Tomoeda

Osaka Institute of Technology

5-16-1 Ohmiya Asahi, Osaka 535, Japan

Fax: +81-6-957-2137

Remark:

The Third World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCMIII) [see

NA Digest Volume 92 Issue 7] will be held in Chiba, Japan just after

IPES-94.

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From: Lothar Reichel <reichel@mcs.kent.edu>

Date: Tue, 11 May 93 16:03:12 EDT

**Subject: Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis**

Call for Papers

Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis

Scope:

Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis (ETNA) is an electronic journal

for the publication of significant new and important developments in numerical

analysis and scientific computing. Papers of the highest quality that deal with

the analysis of algorithms for the solution of continuous models and numerical

linear algebra are appropriate for ETNA, as are papers of similar quality that

discuss implementation and performance of such algorithms. New algorithms for

current or new computer architectures are appropriate provided that they are

numerically sound. However, the focus of the publication should be on the

algorithm rather than on the architecture. The journal is published by the Kent

State University Library in conjunction with the Institute of Computational

Mathematics at Kent State University. Mathematical Reviews will receive all

papers accepted for publication in the journal and review them as appropriate.

ETNA is registered with the Library of Congress and has ISSN 1068-9613.

Dissemination:

On a quarterly basis, accepted manuscripts will be posted in a directory which

is publicly accessible through Internet. The titles and abstract of these

manuscripts will be e-mailed to registered departments and individuals and

posted on public bulletin boards such as NA-digest. An individual who wishes

to obtain a copy of a current or back manuscript can get a copy through

anonymous FTP or by using a netlib-type mailer. We also plan to install

Gopher. All manuscripts will be available in Post Script format. The first

issue of ETNA will appear September 1, 1993. Funds made available by the

Kent State University Library and the Kent State University make free

subscription possible for at least three years. After this time period we

may have to charge an annual fee from institutional subscribers. Since the

operating costs for the journal are low, we envision that this fee will not

be above $100 for institutional subscribers. Everybody at the subscribing

institution will have access to ETNA by FTP, a netlib-type mailer or Gopher.

In addition, articles in ETNA can be obtained through interlibrary loan from

Kent State University Library.

To register to receive ETNA's quarterly titles and abstract lists, please send

an e-mail message to etna@mcs.kent.edu. The subject of the message should be:

ETNA registration. Titles and abstracts of papers published in ETNA will be

e-mailed quarterly to the return addresses of all such requests. Inquiries for

further information should also be e-mailed to etna@mcs.kent.edu.

Submission, Acceptance and Refereeing:

Authors will normally submit papers for publication via e-mail, and they will

be required to submit their manuscript in LaTeX or TeX using macros we provide.

Requests for macros can be sent by e-mail to etna@mcs.kent.edu. All papers will

be refereed. As soon as a paper has been accepted for publication in ETNA, it

will be entered into the ETNA data base. There are no annual page limitations,

and, therefore, we are in a position to publish accepted manuscripts faster

than many other journal. Manuscripts can be submitted NOW by sending them to

the address etna@mcs.kent.edu.

Current Editorial Board:

L. Reichel Kent State University

editor-in-chief reichel@mcs.kent.edu

R.S. Varga Kent State University

editor-in-chief varga@mcs.kent.edu

A. Ruttan Kent State University

managing editor ruttan@mcs.kent.edu

G.S. Ammar Northern Illinois University

J.W. Demmel University of California, Berkeley

J.J. Dongarra University of Tennessee

I.S. Duff Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

M. Eiermann University of Karlsruhe

J.A. George University of Waterloo

G.H. Golub Stanford University

W.B. Gragg Naval Postgraduate School

M.H. Gutknecht Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

V. Mehrmann Technical University of Chemnitz-Zwickau

D.C. Sorensen Rice University

G.W. Stewart University of Maryland

O.B. Widlund New York University

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From: Julio G. Dix <JD01%SWTEXAS.BITNET@ricevm1.rice.edu>

Date: Fri, 14 May 93 10:48 CDT

**Subject: Electronic Journal of Differential Equations**

ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. (EJDE)

The EJDE is published by Southwest Texas State University and

the University of North Texas. This is a strictly electronic journal:

Articles are to be submitted and then provided to the mathematical

community electronically.

SCOPE

The EJDE will accept only first-rate original work, subject to as

rigid a peer review process as is applied by the finest of today's

journals.

DISSEMINATION

Abstracts of articles will be sent to subscribers as soon as accepted

for publication (free of charge). Manuscripts and abstracts will be

posted in a directory which is publicly accessible through Internet.

Also, the American Mathematical Society will provide access to this

journal through the E-math gopher.

Manuscripts will be available as TeX files. Which means that your

local computer needs TeX processing facilities. Manuscripts can be

obtained also as also as DVI or POSTSCRIPT files.

Hard copies will be preserved for posterity. The publishers will

originate and maintain copies at the libraries of both institutions.

Photocopies of articles can be obtained from these libraries using the

Interlibrary Loan system. (We are in the process of obtaining the ISSN

number.)

For information through internet make sure your computer emulates a

VT100 terminal and the type

telnet ejde.math.unt.edu

at the login prompt type "gopher" (without quotations), then select 1

for EJDE and follow the instructions on the screen.

EDITORIAL BOARD

P. Bates (Brigham Young University)

A. Bloch (Ohio State University)

J. Bona (Pennsylvania State University)

L. Caffarelli (Institute for Advanced Study)

C. Castillo-Chavez (Cornell University)

C. Chui (Texas A & M University)

M. Crandall (University of California at Santa Barbara)

E. Di Benedetto (Northwestern University)

G. B. Ermentrout (University of Pittsburgh)

J. Escobar (Indiana University)

L. C. Evans (University of California at Berkeley)

J. Goldstein (Louisiana State University)

C. Groetsch (University of Cincinnati)

I. Herbst (University of Virginia)

C. Kenig (University of Chicago)

R. Kohn (Courant Institute)

A. Lazer (Miami University)

J. Neuberger (University of North Texas)

P. Rabinowitz (University of Wisconsin)

R. Shivaji (Mississippi State University)

R. Showalter (University of Texas)

H. Smith (Arizona State University)

P. Souganidis (University of Wisconsin)

N. Walkington (Carnegie-Mellon University)

P. Waltman (Emory University)

SUBMISSIONS

Submissions should be files in one of the following formats:

TeX, LaTeX, AMS (LaTeX or TeX). Graphics can be attached using either

PicTeX or Postcript. There is no page charge.

We are accepting manuscripts NOW; send your files via E-mail to

editor@ejde.math.unt.edu

Please keep a copy of your submissions; we are not responsible for

lost files.

COPYRIGHTS

By submitting a manuscript the author(s) agree that the copyright

of the article is transferred to the publisher if and when the

article is accepted for publication.

Thanks for your attention and I am looking forward to see your

sumissions to the EJDE.

Julio G. DiX

Department of Mathematics

Southwest Texas State University.

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From: Dugald Duncan <dugald%cara.ma.hw.ac.uk@ib.rl.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 14 May 93 16:02:32 BST

**Subject: Scottish Computational Maths Syposium 1993**

SCOTTISH COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS SYMPOSIUM 1993

One Day Conference

Monday 13th September 1993

University of Edinburgh

George Square Campus

This is the second annual symposium aiming to bring together

mathematicians and others who develop and/or use computer algorithms to

solve mathematical problems. We have reduced this year's programme to

four speakers to allow more time for discussion between talks and have

included a contributed poster display (see below), which we hope will

cover a wide variety of topics in computational mathematics.

SPEAKERS

J.C. Eilbeck (Heriot-Watt University)

Quantum mechanics, Mathematica and the eigenvalues of tridiagonal matrices

D.J. Higham (Dundee University)

Global errors in numerical time-stepping

K.W. Morton (Oxford University)

Cell vertex methods for steady systems of conservation laws

A.J. Wathen (Bristol University)

The convergence of preconditioned Krylov-subspace iterations for the

Stokes and Navier-Stokes equations

POSTER CONTRIBUTIONS are welcome, but the display space is limited so

please contact us if you want to present one.

PROGRAMME STARTS 10-10:30am

REGISTRATION FEE.

A small fee will be charged to offset costs and will cover tea breaks

and lunch.

FURTHER INFORMATION from the oragnisers

Dr. D.B. Duncan Prof. D.M. Sloan

Department of Mathematics Department of Mathematics

Heriot-Watt University University of Strathclyde

Edinburgh EH14 4AS Glasgow G1 1XH

dugald@uk.ac.hw.ma.cara d.sloan@uk.ac.strath.vaxe

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From: Nancy Nichols <SMSNICHO@cms.am.cc.reading.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 14 May 93 16:32:35 BST

**Subject: Sixth Leslie Fox Prize**

SIXTH LESLIE FOX PRIZE

The Adjudicating Committee (N.K. Nichols, C.M. Elliott and C.T.H. Baker)

have selected six papers, from the nineteen entries that were submitted for

the Sixth Leslie Fox Prize, to be presented by their authors at a

meeting to be held at the University of Oxford on Thursday, June 24, 1993.

The submitted papers were all of an excellent standard and the selection

process was as difficult as ever.

You are cordially invited to attend this meeting and also the Symposium in

Honour of Leslie Fox which is being held in conjunction with the prize

meeting in Oxford on June 24 and 25. At the prize meeting, some of the best

young numerical analysts will be talking about their research. The selected

speakers, in alphabetical order, are:

A. Edelman (University of California, Berkeley)

"Eigenvalue Roulette and Random Test Matrices"

D.J. Higham (University of Dundee)

"The Dynamics of Variable Stepsize Runge-Kutta Algorithms"

Z. Jia (University of Bielefeld)

"Generalized Block Lanczos Methods for Large Unsymmetric Eigenproblems"

Y. Li (Cornell University)

"On the Convergence of Reflective Newton Methods for Large-scale

Nonlinear Minimization Subject to Bounds"

P. Lin (Oxford University)

"Characteristic Galerkin Schemes for Scalar Conservation Laws in

Two Space Dimensions"

R. Mathias (University of Minnesota)

"The Stability of Parallel Prefix Matrix Multiplication with

Applications to Tridiagonal Matrices"

After the prizes are awarded, Professor Gene Golub will be giving an invited

talk. This will be followed by a sherry reception in Balliol College.

A fee of #20 (#10 for students) will be charged, including lunch in Balliol

College, morning and afternoon coffee/tea, and the reception. The Symposium

in Honour of Leslie Fox will continue on Friday, June 25, with talks by

a number of friends and colleagues associated with Leslie's career.

A dinner will be held in Balliol College on the evening of June 24 to

which all are welcome.

If you wish to attend the Leslie Fox Prize Meeting and/or the Symposium

in Honour of Leslie Fox, please contain Joan Himpson at the address given

below. The prize talks are open freely, but bookings for lunch and the

reception will be needed in advance. Further information about the

Symposium programme can be obtained from the Chairman of the Adjudicating

Committee, Dr. N.K. Nichols, or from Joan Himpson at the Oxford University

Computing Laboratory.

Any funds raised from the meeting are to be contributed to the Leslie Fox

Prize Fund. This year a special effort is being made to establish the

Fund on a sound financial basis, to ensure the continuation of the Prizes in

the future. Additional donations to the capital fund are, therefore,

particularly welcome this year.

For more information, contact

Joan Himpson, Oxford University Computing Laboratory,

8/11 Keble Road, Oxford OX1 3QD UK

e-mail: Joan.Himpson@comlab.oxford.ac.uk

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From: Gene Golub <golub@sccm.Stanford.EDU>

Date: Fri, 14 May 93 10:54:45 PDT

**Subject: International Meeting on Vector and Parallel Processing**

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

FIRST INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON VECTOR AND PARALLEL PROCESSING

Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto

Porto, Portugal

1993 29th September - 1st October

The Meeting is interdisciplinary in nature, bringing together people from

Science, Engineering and Industry to explore some of the many challenges and

promises of vector and parallel processing. The event aims at disseminating

state-of-the art knowledge on the topic and at providing a forum for

presentation and discussion of basic research and applications in this area.

The focus of the scientific section of the Meeting will be some invited

lectures to describe the concepts behind vector/parallel processing and to

highlight some of the major trends in the field. After these main talks,

contributed papers of approximately 20 minutes duration will be presented.

Topics of Interest

Topics include, but are not limited to:

-General architecture concepts, enabling technologies

-Operating systems, languages, environments and software tools

-Software and hardware performance

-Numerical algorithms

-Applications in Science and Engineering

-Industrial systems and applications

Paper Submissions

Participants interested in submitting papers or posters for the scientific

sessions, are asked to submit an extended abstract before May 31. This abstract

(limited to 1500 words ) should include the summary, as it will appear in the

final paper. The full paper may be attached to the extended abstract. Every

submission should include the name, affiliation, mail address, phone number,

E-mail address and fax number (if available) of one of the authors

who will act as the contact point.

Exhibition

In addition to the regular sessions there will be demonstrations of commercial

hardware and software systems. All national and foreign firms are invited to

take part in this exhibition. Proposals for demonstrations should be sent to

the contact address (see below) not later than July 5.

Deadlines

Extended abstracts due: May 31

Notification of acceptance: July 5

Final papers due: August 16

Demonstrations proposals: July 5

Demonstration acceptance: July 19

Language

The official language of the Meeting is English.

Support

Support from the following scientific entities has already been confirmed:

Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto

Fundacao de Calculo Cientifico Nacional

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Instituto de Engenharia Mecanica e Gestao Industrial

Ordem dos Engenheiros

Organizing Committee

Ligia Maria Ribeiro

Filomena Dias d'Almeida

Joao Falcao e Cunha

Joao Pecas Lopes

Jose Laginha Palma

Additional Information

If you would like to be on the mailing list to receive additional information

on the meeting, please write to the contact address.

Contact Address

Ligia Maria Ribeiro email: lmr@fe.up.pt

FEUP-CICA fax: 351-2- 318787

Rua dos Bragas phone: 351-2-2082071

4099 Porto Codex

Portugal

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From: Christopher TH BAKER <cthbaker@manchester.ac,uk>

Date: Wed, 12 May 93 13:20:46 BST

**Subject: Position at the University of Manchester**

Temporary Position in Numerical Analysis at The University of Manchester,

Oxford Rd., Manchester M13 9PL England.

The Department of Mathematics has funds to support a temporary lectureship

at the starting point of the lecturer scale for the academic session

1993-4 (end September 93 to start October 94) to cover certain teaching

duties in the Mathematics Dept., probably exclusively in

Numerical Analysis, and to pursue mathematical research interests.

It might be possible to appoint for a shorter time at a

higher point on the lecturer scale; the starting point is understood to

be \Pounds 13400 per 12 months (under review). Nationals of non-EC countries

would probably require a work permit. Interested persons should send a

brief cv. marked for the attention of Prof Christopher Baker to

Mrs Jackie Furby at the above address, or Fax Intl + 44 -61 275 5819,

or e-mail: mbbmath@uk.ac.mcc.cms

stating the names of two referees and including a statement of

nationality and dates of availability.

A file nagroup.dvi describing the research interests of the Numerical

Analysis Group is available by anonymous ftp from Internet address

130.88.16.10 in /pub/na.

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From: Dave Dodson <dodson@wagner.convex.com>

Date: Fri, 14 May 93 15:56:53 -0500

**Subject: Position at Convex Computer Corporation**

CONVEX COMPUTER CORPORATION

Senior Mathematical Software Development

Background: CONVEX Computer Corporation designs, develops, manufactures,

and markets affordable supercomputers for the high-performance engineering

and scientific computing marketplace. CONVEX's Mathematical Software Group

is chartered with producing efficient, robust mathematical software,

packaged as subroutine libraries, that can be incorporated into customers'

FORTRAN programs to ease program development, conversion, and optimization.

Responsibilities: You will lead a project to develop and maintain highly

efficient mathematical software subroutines for inclusion in product such

as the CONVEX VECLIB Library. Responsibilities include planning,

coordinating, and executing project activities, tracking and reporting

project status, and coordinating with other development teams.

Job Requirements: U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residency. Strong

background in numerical analysis and scientific computing, including

computational linear algebra or the Finite Element Method. Five or more

years experience in applying computers to real world problems. Five or

more years of FORTRAN programming experience.

Desired Experience: Experience in mathematical library software development.

Familiarity with parallel, vector, or RISC processors. A working knowledge

of UNIX and an assembly language. Software project management experience.

Education: Preference will be given to applicants with an advanced degree

in a relevant discipline.

Special Skills: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are

required. The applicant should be able to deal directly with customers

to determine software design requirements and solve problems.

For immediate consideration, please send your resume, in confidence, to

David Gray

CONVEX Computer Corporation

P.O. Box 833851

Richardson, Texas 75083-3851

email: dgray@convex.com (please follow up with hard copy)

CONVEX is an equal oportunity employer, M/F/D/V.

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From: E. B. Saff <esaff@szego.math.usf.edu>

Date: Mon, 10 May 93 10:45:53 EDT

**Subject: Contents, Constructive Approximation**

CONSTRUCTIVE APPROXIMATION

Special Issue: WAVELETS

Issue Editors: R.A. DeVore and C.A. Micchelli

Contents

Volume 9 Numbers 2-3 1993

Preface, 121

Ronald A. DeVore and Charles A. Micchelli

On the Construction of Multivariate(Pre) Wavelets, 123-166

Carl de Boor, Ronald A. DeVore, and Amos Ron

On Trigonometric Wavelets, 167-190

C.K. Chui and H.N. Mhaskar

Orlicz Spaces, Spline Systems, and Brownian Motion, 191-208

Z. Ciesielski

Compactly Supported Bidimensional Wavelet Bases with Hexagonal

Symmetry, 209-236

A. Cohen and J.-M. Schlenker

Wavelet-Galerkin Methods: An Adapted Biorthogonal Wavelet Basis,

237-262

Stephan Dahlke and llona Weinreich

Banded Matrices with Banded Inverses, II: Locally Finite

Decomposition of Spline Spaces, 263-281

Wolfgang Dahmen and Charles A. Miccchelli

Irregular Sampling of Wavelet and Short-Time Fourier Transforms,

283-297

Karlheinz Grochenig

A Bernstein-Type Inequality Associated with Wavelet

Decomposition, 299-318

Rong-Qing Jia

A Note on Orthogonal Polynomial Bases and Wavelets, 319-325

D. Offin and K. Oskolkov

Wavelets and Self-Affine Tilings, 327-346

Robert S. Strichartz

Construction of Compact p-Wavelets, 347-370

Grant V. Welland and Matthew Lundberg

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From: Ron Boisver <boisvert@cam.nist.gov>

Date: Fri, 14 May 93 11:05:26 EDT

**Subject: Contents, ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software**

Table of Contents

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software

Volume 19 Number 2 (June 1993)

Computing Selected Eigenvalues of Sparse Unsymmetric Matrices Using

Subspace Iteration

I.S. Duff and J.A. Scott

The Generalized Schur Decomposition of an Arbitrary Pencil A-\lambda B:

Robust Software with Error Bounds and Applications. Part I: Theory and

Algorithms

James Demmel and Bo Kagstrom

The Generalized Schur Decomposition of an Arbitrary Pencil A-\lambda B:

Robust Software with Error Bounds and Applications. Part II: Software

and Applications

James Demmel and Bo Kagstrom

On Computing Condition Numbers for the Nonsymmetric Eigenproblem

Z. Bai, J. Demmel and A. McKenney

Algorithm 718: A FORTRAN Subroutine to Solve the Eigenvalue Allocation

Problem for Single-Input Systems

George Miminis and Michael Reid

Enhancements of ANALYZE: A Computer-Assisted Analysis System for Linear

Programming

Harvey J. Greenberg

Implementation and Computational Results for the Hierarchical Algorithm

for Making Sparse Matrices Sparser

S. Frank Chang and S. Thomas McCormick

Generating a Sample from a k-Cell Table with Changing Probabilities

in O(log_2 k) Time

George S. Fishman and L. Stephen Yarberry

A Noniterative Thinning Algorithm

Christian Neusius and Jan Olszewski

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End of NA Digest

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