- Today's Editor:
- Cleve Moler
- The MathWorks, Inc.
- moler@mathworks.com

- Olga Taussky Todd
- Need Optimization Digest
- Old Journals
- Applied Numerical Linear Algebra Book
- Methods and Programs for Mathematical Functions
- New Address for Bill Dold
- Change of Address for Jane Cullum
- AMS-SIAM Summer Seminars
- New Network Optimization Package Available
- Alpha Test Release of the BLACS for MPI
- Surveys on Mathematics for Industry
- York Conference on Numerical Analysis
- Conference on Images, Wavelets and PDE'S
- GAMM-Seminar Kiel 1996
- Cornell Theory Center Virtual Workshop
- Summer School at Leicester University
- Northern England Numerical Analysis Colloquium
- Conference on Computational Mechanics in Hungary
- One Day Courses on MATLAB and Mathematica
- Parallelising CFD & Structures
- Position at Purdue University
- Position at Norwegian Institute of Technology
- Positions at University of Colorado at Denver
- Positions at University of Toronto
- Position at UC Santa Barbara
- Postdoctoral Position at University of Bologna
- Postdoctoral Position at IBM Research
- Contents, Annals of Numerical Mathematics
- Contents, Linear Algebra and its Applications
- Contents, Surveys on Mathematics for Industry
- Contents, Computational and Applied Mathematics

**URL for the World Wide Web:**
http://www.netlib.org/na-net/na_home.html
-------------------------------------------------------

From: Richard S. Varga <varga@mcs.kent.edu>

**Subject: Olga Taussky Todd**

Date: Mon, 9 Oct 1995 08:24:12 -0400 (EDT)

I am sad to report the death of Olga Taussky Todd on

Saturday, October 7, 1995 in Pasadena, CA. She was 89 years of age.

She had been, in my opinion, the most famous living female mathem-

atician in the world. She is survived by her husband, John Todd,

an eminent numerical analyst. Richard S. Varga.

Richard S. Varga

Institute for Computational Mathematics

Kent State University, Kent Ohio 44242

e-mail varga@mcs.kent.edu

office tel 216-672-2430x113

home tel 216-842-2763

fax 216-672-7824

------------------------------

From: Igor Litvinchev <IGOR@nimitz.ibilce.unesp.br>

Date: Mon, 9 Oct 1995 23:40:45 GMT-03

**Subject: Need Optimization Digest**

Dear Colleagues,

I'm looking for something like na-digest, but more closer to

OPTIMIZATION. I would be greatly appreciated, if anyone could

tell me the address of such a digest and how could I subscribe it.

Yours Sincerely

Igor

My current address:

Igor Litvinchev, Visiting Professor

Dept. Computational Mathematics and Statistics

State University of San Paulo - UNESP

Caixa Postal 136, Campus S.J.Rio Preto-SP,

CEP 15054-0000, Brazil

e-mail: igor@nimitz.ibilce.unesp.br

On leave from Computing Center

Russian Academy of Sciences

Vavilov 40

Moscow 117967 Russia

------------------------------

From: Lou Ehrlich <lwe@aplcomm.jhuapl.edu>

Date: Sat, 14 Oct 1995 22:25:26 -0400

**Subject: Old Journals**

As a recently retired Numerical Analyst, I have in my possession copies

of old journals, some going back to the late 1950's. These include

Communication of the ACM, Journal of the ACM, ACM computing Reviews,

Mathematics of Computation, SIAM Journal of Applied Math, SIAM Journal of

Numerical Analysis, Journal of SIAM, SIAM Reviews, etc. I am willing to give

them away. Now the bad news. You must come to my house in suburban

Baltimore, MD to get them. I have no way to pack and ship them (roughly 500

lbs. or so). My mailing address is Lou Ehrlich, 3 Fallshire Court,

Randallstown, MD 21133. My phone number is (410) 922-3489. My e-mail

address is above. I do not have every issue of every volume but I have many.

You can contact me for specific volumes, if you wish.

------------------------------

From: Bill Hager <hager@math.ufl.edu>

Date: Sun, 15 Oct 1995 00:09:03 -0400

**Subject: Applied Numerical Linear Algebra Book**

Applied Numerical Linear Algebra

by

William W. Hager

I have obtained from Prentice-Hall publication rights for my book,

Applied Numerical Linear Algebra, and can fill orders starting

December 1, 1995. The biggest change I am making with this printing

is the price: $35/copy (I heard from from one instructor that

used copies of the book were selling for $58.50).

The book is intended for upper level undergraduate students.

Chapter titles: 1. Introduction, 2. Elimination, 3. Conditioning,

4. Nonlinear systems, 5. Least squares, 6. Eigenproblems,

7. Iterative methods, 8. Numerical Software

Ordering Information:

By email: hager@math.ufl.edu

By fax: 904-392-6254

By telephone: 904-392-0286

By ordinary mail: Professor William W. Hager, Department of Mathematics,

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611 USA

Examination copies available in mid November.

------------------------------

From: K. B. Williams <Kbwms@aol.com>

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 14:39:34 -0400

**Subject: Methods and Programs for Mathematical Functions**

I would very much like to acquire a copy of

Methods and Programs for Mathematical Functions

by Stephen L. Moshier.

Interested parties please advise.

Sincerely,

K. B. Williams

------------------------------

From: Bill Dold <J.W.Dold@UMIST.ac.uk>

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 08:59:28 +0000

**Subject: New Address for Bill Dold**

Dear Colleagues

I have moved to UMIST where my address and other contact details are

as follows

Prof. J. W. Dold E-mail: <J.W.Dold@UMIST.ac.uk>

Mathematics Dept, UMIST FAX: (+44-161) 200 3669

P.O. Box 88 Tel: (+44-161) 200 3654 [office]

Manchester M60 1QD (+44-161) 200 3689 [secretary]

Britain

Best wishes --- Bill Dold

------------------------------

From: Jane Cullum <cullumj@watson.ibm.com>

Date: Thu, 12 Oct 1995 16:17:50 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Change of Address for Jane Cullum**

I have returned to IBM Research from my NSF VPW/sabbatical year at

the University of Maryland. My IBM addresses and phone number are:

Jane Cullum

IBM Research, 34-239

T. J. Watson Research Center

Yorktown Heights, N.Y. 10598

phone: 914-945-2227

fax: 914-945-3434

email: cullumj@watson.ibm.com

(My email address at the University of Maryland is still

functional. If you should send something there, I should still

get it.)

------------------------------

From: James W. Demmel <demmel@CS.Berkeley.EDU>

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 15:04:18 -0700

**Subject: AMS-SIAM Summer Seminars**

CALL FOR PROPOSALS:

AMS-SIAM SUMMER SEMINARS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

The AMS-SIAM Committee on Applied Mathematics is seeking proposals for

a seminar in applied mathematics of (typically) two weeks duration

in Summer, 1997.

The AMS solicits grant funds to pay travel and subsistence costs of

speakers, administrative costs, and partial travel and subsistence for

participants.

These summer seminars are held annually. This year, the seminar was held

in Park City, Utah on "Mathematics of Numerical Analysis," organized by

Steve Smale (UC Berkeley).

The 1996 seminar, organized by Gang George Yin (Wayne State University)

and Qing Zhang (University of Georgia), concerns "Mathematics of Stochastic

Manufacturing Systems."

The proposal should consist of a title, paragraphs descriptive of

the subject, proposed dates, and a proposed organizing committee.

The deadline for proposals for 1997 has been extended to November 10, 1995.

For proposals for consideration for the 1998 summer seminar, the deadline

will be September 1, 1996.

Please send proposals, or requests for further information, to Jim Demmel,

UC Berkeley, demmel@cs.berkeley.edu, 510-643-5386.

------------------------------

From: Jordi Castro Perez <jcastrop@eio.upc.es>

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 17:52:11 UTC+0100

**Subject: New Network Optimization Package Available**

Dear colleagues,

This is to inform you that there is available a new package, called

PPRN, for network optimization. The package is appropriate for solving a high

variety of network problems: single/multicommodity network flow problems,

with linear/nonlinear objective function and with/without linear side

constraints. Thus it can be viewed as a general package for many network

optimization problems (though it was originally designed for solving

nonlinear multicommodity problems with linear side constraints).

The code has been tested comparing its performance against other

codes. When solving pure linear network flow problems, it has proved to be

faster than alternative codes like NETFLO (J. Kennington) or RELAX-IV

(D. Bertsekas) in all cases tried of a battery of dimacs problems. When

solving linear multicommodity problems its performance was in general

better, though not in all cases tested, than that of MCNF85 (J. Kennington).

For nonlinear problems it has only been compared with general purpose packages

like MINOS (Murtagh and Saunders) and PPRN always outperformed it.

The package can work as an stand-alone code (reading the model

from a file and reporting the solution in another file) or as a subroutine

in a bigger user application (the communication with the user application

is made through parameters in this case). It can be called from Fortran and

C user applications.

The package is presented as a library and can be obtained via

anonymous ftp from ftp-eio.upc.es (if this doesn't work, try to connect to

gandalf.upc.es), at directory pub/onl/codes/pprn. The package is available

from Sun and DEC-Alpha platforms. If you have a different architecture from

those, please contact us at jcastrop@eio.upc.es. There is also additional

information like some technical reports and papers describing

the package, an user's guide, some test examples, and a converter from dimacs

format to pprn format (this only for the case of linear single commodity

problems).

Should you have any comments or suggestions, you find trouble or

abnormal situations, or you have a different platform from those available,

please contact us at jcastrop@eio.upc.es.

This code has been released for academic use only. For other types

of usage, please contact with the authors at some of the ordinary or e-mail

addresses below.

Jordi Castro Narcis Nabona

Statistics and Operations Research Dept.

Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya

Campus Sud, Edifici U

c. Pau Gargallo 5

08071 Barcelona, Spain

e-mail: jcastrop@eio.upc.es e-mail: nabona@eio.upc.es

------------------------------

From: R. Clint Whaley <rwhaley@cs.utk.edu>

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 15:31:06 -0400

**Subject: Alpha Test Release of the BLACS for MPI**

An "alpha test release" of the BLACS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms) for

MPI is now available. The BLACS are the communication layer used in ScaLAPACK,

the distributed memory version of LAPACK (Linear Algebra PACKage). Thus the

release of a MPIBLACS corresponds to a MPI port of ScaLAPACK.

We designate this release to be an alpha test version because there are

some unanswered questions regarding the BLACS' MPI usage. Although

the MPIBLACS have been tested fairly widely using MPICH (a popular MPI

implementation) we cannot say that they have been tested on even a majority

of the platforms to which MPI has been implemented. We encourage more user

testing so that we can gain greater confidence in this implementation.

We also hope to get user feedback on several MPI-related questions before

providing a full (and therefore relatively static) release. Users interested

in the BLACS (and by extension ScaLAPACK) based on MPI should send mail to

blacs@cs.utk.edu, indicating that they wish downloading instructions for the

alpha test release of the MPIBLACS.

------------------------------

From: Heinz W. Engl <engl@indmath.uni-linz.ac.at>

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 12:38:49 EDT

**Subject: Surveys on Mathematics for Industry**

Surveys on Mathematics for Industry

CALL FOR PAPERS

Surveys on Mathematics for Industry (Springer Vienna / New York) is

now entering its sixth year of existence. I want to take this

opportunity to

- urge you to subscibe to the journal

- issue a call for papers.

While in the starting years, we published nearly exclusively

invited articles, we want to continue opening up the journal for

submitted papers (which will, of course, also be refereed).

The main goal of the journal is to contribute to bridging the gap

between university and industry by

- the presentation of mathematical methods relevant for industry

- the exposition of industrial problems which are of interest to

mathematicians.

To achieve this goal, the journal publishes (exclusively in

English):

1. Surveys on new mathematical techniques

2. Surveys on established mathematical techniques with a new range

of applications

3. Surveys on industrial problems for which appropriate

mathematical models or methods are not yet available

4. Articles comparing mathematical models or methods for

particular industrial problems

5. Articles describing mathematical modelling techniques

6. Broad historical surveys

7. Articles of general interest about the use of mathematics in

industry

8. Occasional book reviews and reports about conferences in the

field of Industrial Mathematics.

As you see, we publish only SURVEYS, not original research papers,

on topics in or relevant to Industrial Mathematics. We realize

that it is a lot of work to write a good survey and therefore

encourage prospective authors to submit short proposals to the

Managing Editor describing the subject area and the emphasis of

intended papers for a preliminary assessment of the suitability for

the journal.

Information on the journal including abstracts of published papers

can be obtained in the WWW via

http://www.indmath.uni-linz.ac.at/

Address of the Editorial Office:

Prof.Dr.Heinz W. Engl

Chair for Industrial Mathematics

Johannes Kepler Universitdt

A-4040 Linz, Austria

Fax: +43-(0)732-2468855

E-Mail: engl@indmath.uni-linz.ac.at

------------------------------

From: Alistair Watson <gawatson@mcs.dundee.ac.uk>

Date: Mon, 9 Oct 95 08:59:17 BST

**Subject: York Conference on Numerical Analysis**

CONFERENCE ON

THE STATE OF THE ART IN NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

York, England, April 1 - 4, 1996.

All talks are invited, and the outline programme

is as follows:

Session on Linear Algebra:

I S Duff (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)

G H Golub (Stanford University)

N J Higham (University of Manchester)

H A van der Vorst (Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht)

Session on Optimisation:

N I M Gould (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)

J Nocedal (Northwestern University)

D F Shanno (Rutgers University)

Session on Approximation:

D S Broomhead (RSRE Malvern)

M J D Powell (University of Cambridge)

G A Watson (University of Dundee)

Session on Ordinary Differential Equations:

A Iserles (University of Cambridge)

J M Sanz-Serna (Universidad de Valladolid)

A M Stuart (Stanford University)

Session on Partial Differential Equations:

F Brezzi (Universita di Pavia)

C M Elliott (University of Sussex)

K W Morton (University of Oxford)

E Suli (University of Oxford)

Session on Integral Equations:

C T H Baker (University of Manchester)

K E Atkinson (University of Iowa

Session on New Applications:

J M Morel (Universite Paris IX Dauphine)

F Natterer (Institut fur Numerische & Instrumentelle Mathematik, Munster)

For registration and further information, contact:

IMACRH@V-E.ANGLIA.AC.UK

For information on the World Wide Web:

http://www.amtp.cam.ac.uk/user/na/SotANA/SotANA.html

Alistair Watson, Chairman of Conference Committee

(gawatson@mcs.dundee.ac.uk).

------------------------------

From: Jerome Jaffre <Jerome.Jaffre@inria.fr>

Date: Mon, 09 Oct 95 17:17:08 +0100

**Subject: Conference on Images, Wavelets and PDE'S**

CALL FOR PAPERS

12th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION OF SYSTEMS

IMAGES, WAVELETS AND PDE'S

June 26-28, 1996, Paris, France

Organized by CEREMADE and INRIA

PRESENTATION

This conference is devoted to image processing, wavelets and partial

differential equations. Its aim is to discuss the impact on image

analysis of the recent mathematical developments of mathematical

theories of multiscale analysis (wavelet theory and variants :

wavelet packets,...), partial differential equations, variational

methods that have recently been proposed for image processing tasks

like image restoration, shape recognition, etc... Presentations by

image processing researchers and by mathematicians on both

theoretical and practical aspects will be welcome.

This conference is the 12th in the series of International

Conferences on Analysis and Optimization of Systems organized by

INRIA and is the third specialized conference.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

M.-O. Berger INRIA Lorraine, Nancy, (France)

R. Deriche INRIA Sophia Antipolis, (France)

I. Herlin INRIA Rocquencourt, (France)

J. Jaffre INRIA Rocquencourt, (France)

J.-M. Morel CEREMADE, (France)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

O. Faugeras President/Chairman

INRIA Sophia-Antipolis (France)

L. Alvarez Universitat de Las Palmas, (Spain)

V. Caselles Universitat de Illes Balears, (Spain)

R. Coifman Yale University, (USA)

F. Dibos CEREMADE, (France)

I. Herlin INRIA Rocquencourt, (France)

S. Mallat Ecole Polytechnique, (France)

Y. Meyer CEREMADE, (France)

S. Osher Cognitech Inc. (USA)

E. Pauwels Leuven University, (Belgium)

D. Terzopoulos University of Toronto, (Canada)

W. Zucker McGill University, (Canada)

IMPORTANT DATES

November 15, 1995: Deadline for submission of full papers

January 31, 1996: Notification of acceptance

March 20, 1996: Camera ready paper and electronic version of papers

INFORMATION

Claudie THENAULT

INRIA Rocquencourt

Relations Exterieures

Bureau des Cours et Colloques

BP 105

78153 Le Chesnay Cedex

Tel : 33 1 39 63 56 75

Fax : 33 1 39 63 56 38

email : symposia@inria.fr

------------------------------

From: Jens Burmeister <jb@informatik.uni-kiel.d400.de>

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 11:59:44 +0100

**Subject: GAMM-Seminar Kiel 1996**

Second Announcement

The GAMM Committee "Efficient numerical methods for pde" in cooperation

with the Christian-Albrechts-Universit"at Kiel organizes the

12th GAMM-Seminar Kiel

on

Boundary Elements: Implementation and

Analysis of Advanced Algorithms

Chairmanship: W. Hackbusch (Kiel), G. Wittum (Stuttgart)

Date: January 19th to 21st, 1996

Location: Mathematisches Seminar und

Institut f"ur Informatik und Praktische Mathematik,

Universit"at Kiel (Germany)

Topics: Implementation and Application of:

Wavelets to Boundary Integral Equations, Matrix Compression

Techniques, Multipole and Panel-Clustering, Cubature

Techniques for Singular and Nearly Singular Surface

Integrals, Parallelization Techniques for BEM, Fast Solvers

and Software Design Aspects for BEM.

Local organization :

J. Burmeister,

Tel. : ++49-431-880-4462,

Fax : ++49-431-880-4054,

Email: jb@informatik.uni-kiel.d400.de

WWW-site: http://www.informatik.uni-kiel.de/~jb/gamm.html

------------------------------

From: Jeanne C. Butler <jeanne@tc.cornell.edu>

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 11:44:11 -0400

**Subject: Cornell Theory Center Virtual Workshop**

Cornell Theory Center Virtual Workshop

Parallel Programming with Message-Passing Libraries

Offered between 12/01/95 and 3/01/96

Registration deadline 11/06/95

"CTC Virtual Workshop: Parallel Programming with Message-Passing Libraries"

is a hands-on, Web-based course that covers principles of parallel and

distributed memory programming, and the MPI and PVM message-passing

libraries. The course components are on-line lectures and exercises,

communication with CTC consultants and other participants, and logins on

CTC's world-class IBM SP. Additional registration and course information is

available at http://www.tc.cornell.edu/Edu/VW

The Virtual Workshop Project expands access to CTC's educational programs

via the Web, while retaining interactive features of a live workshop. The

first CTC Virtual Workshop, a subset of this course offering, was

successfully beta-tested this summer.

------------------------------

From: Mark Ainsworth <ain@mcs.le.ac.uk>

Date: Thu, 12 Oct 95 09:46:15 BST

**Subject: Summer School at Leicester University**

VIIth EPSRC NUMERICAL ANALYSIS SUMMER SCHOOL

LEICESTER UNIVERSITY, UK

8th-19th July 1996

The Programme

The meeting will comprise two one-week modules, each of which can

"stand alone", although it is expected that many participants and speakers

will stay for the full two weeks.

Each week there will be three five-lecture courses given by the invited

lecturers as follows:

Week 1, 8th-12th July 1996

G. Cybenko (Dartmouth) "Neural Networks"

M. Plum (Clausthal) "Eigenvalue Problems for Differential Equations"

G. Strang (MIT) "Wavelets"

Week 2, 15th-19th July 1996

L. Greengard (NYU) "Multipole Methods"

C. Schwab (ETH, Zurich) "Hierarchical Modelling"

J. Xu (Penn State) "Multilevel and Domain Decomposition Methods"

The principal aim of the meeting is to gather together numerical analysts

and a team of internationally renowned experts for a period of intensive

study and research. It is intended that the lectures should be accessible

to people (particularly research students) for whom the material is new,

to enable them to acquire reasonable competence in it, thus broadening their

research horizons. Those with greater initial knowledge should end up being

able to work on significant problems in the area.

There will be a substantial amount of time available for research and

discussion with the assembled experts, who will make themselves available

for consultation in "office hours". Typeset lecture notes will be provided

by most of the speakers.

In addition, there will be an opportunity for participants to present

research seminars on their own work. It is anticipated that there will also

be book exhibitions and displays of computer software.

Registration forms and further details are available (electronically or by

surface mail) from:

Dr M. Ainsworth (ain@mcs.le.ac.uk), Mathematics and Computer Science,

Leicester University, Leicester LE1 7RH, United Kingdom.

------------------------------

From: Dick Wait <wait@scmp.scm.liv.ac.uk>

Date: Thu, 12 Oct 1995 15:22:32 +0100 (BST)

**Subject: Northern England Numerical Analysis Colloquium**

The next Northern England Universities Numerical Analysis Colloquium will

take place in Victoria Building, University of Liverpool on

Wednesday, November 29 1995.

The invited speakers include:

Professor Gene Golub (Stanford, USA)

Professor Christopher Paige (McGill, Canada)

As usual there will be time for a few contributed talks, prospective

speakers should submit their title with their registration fee. Talks from

postgraduate students are particularly welcome.

The cost will be GB pounds 15 per person, including coffee, tea and lunch.

Further information can be obtained from:

Dr Richard Wait (Institute of Advanced Scientific Computation),

Dr Ke Chen (Department of Statistics & Computational Mathematics)

Victoria Building,

University of Liverpool

Liverpool L69 3BX.

Email: wait@liverpool.ac.uk cmchenke@liverpool.ac.uk

Phone: 0151 794 4740 0151 794 4741

URL: http://www.liv.ac.uk/~cmchenke/neunac95.html

Fax: 0151 794 4754.

Registration forms, available from the web site above to be returned

to Dr Ke Chen by 14th November.

------------------------------

From: mechszgy@gold.uni-miskolc.hu (Gyorgy Szeidl, Ph.D. )

Date: Fri, 13 Oct 1995 08:50:51 GMT

**Subject: Conference on Computational Mechanics in Hungary**

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS

IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

15-19th July 1996

Miskolc, Hungary

Organized by

Central European Association for Computational Mechanics

Janos Bolyai Mathematical Sociaty Hungarian Acadamy of Sciences

University of Miskolc

This conference is a satellite conference prior to the 2nd European

Congress of Mathematics to be held in Budapest, July 21-27, 1996. The aim

of the conference is to bring together numerical analysts, specialists of

computational mechanics and software developers.

FIELDS OF PRIMARY INTEREST

-- Numerical algebra (sparse and dense linear systems, eigenvalue problems,

nonlinear systems, parallel algorithms, etc.)

-- Numerical solution of differential equations (FEM, BEM, multigrid,

difference methods, spectral methods, parallel algorithms, etc.)

-- Computational mechanics (FEM, BEM, parallel algorithms etc)

One-hour plenary lectures and twenty minute talks are planned.

INTERNATONAL SCIENCE COMMITTEE

I. BABUSKA, chairman; University of Maryland

B. SZABO, co-chairman; Washington University in St. Louis

I. S. DUFF, Atlas Centre, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

B. GUO, The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

R. HABER, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

V. P. IL'IN, Computing Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia

C. JOHNSON, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

M. KRIZEK, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague

J. T. ODEN, The University of Texas, USA

J. PITKARANTA, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

L. S. XANTHIS, University of Westminster, London, UK

W. L. WENDLAND, University of Stuttgart, Germany

J. R. WHITEMAN, Brunel University, U.K.

M. F. WHEELER, Rice University Houston, USA

T. CZIBERE, University of Miskolc, Hungary

Z. GASPAR, Technical University of Budapest, Hungary

I. PACZELT, University of Miskolc, Hungary

P. ROZSA, Technical University of Budapest, Hungary

G. STOYAN, Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest, Hungary

PLENARY SPEAKERS INCLUDE

I. Babuska, B. Szabo, B. Guo, R. Haber, V.P. Il'in, C. Johnson,

M. Krizek, J.T. Oden, J. Pitkaranta, L.S.Xanthis, J.R. Whiteman,

W.L. Wendland, J. R. Whiteman, M.F. Wheeler,

Zs. Gaspar, P. Rozsa, G.Stoyan

PLENARY LECTURES (an incomplete list)

B. Szabo: "Finite element analysis in professional practice."

R. Haber: "A space-time finite element model for high-temperature crack growth"

V. Ili'n: "Iterative incomplete factorization methods for solving

discretized diffusion-convection equations"

M. Krizek: "Finite element approximation of a nonlinear heat conduction

problem in anisotropic media"

B. Guo: "Preconditioners for the h-p version of the finite element method."

J. Pitkaranta: "Efficient finite elements for shells - do they exist?"

W.L. Wendland: "On the computation of higer derivatives with the boundary

element method."

Gaspar, Zs.-Domokos, G.-Nedli, P.: "Numerical determination of global

equilibrium paths."

P. Rozsa: "Linear systems with block tridiagonal and banded cefficient

matrices."

MINISYMPOSIA

Finite element methods for parabolic and hyperbolic problems,

Computational methods for optimization of engineering systems,

Treatment of singular points associated with elliptic boundary

value problems, Computational linear algebra, Boundary element methods

If you are interested in attending the conference and wish to be on the

mailing list, please SEND NOW, a message to

--A.GALANTAI or Gy.SZEIDL

--Institute of Mathematics or Department of Mechanics

--University of Miskolc

--3515 Miskolc-Egyetemvaros

--Hungary

The augmented text of the Second Announcement in printed form will

be sent to persons on our mailing list by the end of October.

Phone: 36-46-365111 Fax: 36-46-365174

e-mail: matnum@gold.uni-miskolc.hu (preferred)

matgal@gold.uni-miskolc.hu

mechszgy@gold.uni-miskolc.hu

------------------------------

From: Venkat Sastry <SASTRY@rmcs.cranfield.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 13 Oct 1995 15:21:11 +0100 (BST)

**Subject: One Day Courses on MATLAB and Mathematica**

The following 1 day courses are available during month of November.

MATLAB - hands-on tutorial covering a wide ranging topics including

several toolboxes

Date: 21 November 1995

Mathematica - a comprehensive tutorial introduction covering various

aspects of the system

Date: 22 November 1995

For furthrser details and academic/block discounts contact

Claire Lankester

Applied Mathematics and Operational Research Group,

School of Defence Management

Cranfield University

RMCS Shrivenham

Swindon SN6 8LA, UK

Tel: 01793-785316

Fax: 01793-784196

Email: amor@rmcs.cran.ac.uk

------------------------------

From: Roy Williams roy@ccsf.caltech.edu

Date: Sat, 14 Oct 1995 17:45:19 -0700

**Subject: Parallelising CFD & Structures**

Announcing a Tutorial Workshop

Parallelising Large CFD and Structures Codes

Advances in Applied and Industrial Parallel Computing,

based on some experiences from the "AIRPORT" European consortium

November 16-17, 1995

Maison des Polytechniciens, 12, rue de Poitiers, Paris, France

This European INTERDISCIPLINARY tutorial provides a platform where engineers

and scientists from industry, federal laboratories and universities can

learn about the latest parallelising techniques, new algorithms (domain

decomposition in particular) and software developments for large scale

applications pertinent to a wide range of practical problems in computational

field simulation.

Methods and tools tested in the AIRPORT subproject, which have been

elaborated by some of the most famous experts in the world in parallel

computing are part of the contents. Some of the lessons learned from this

EC sponsored project will also be presented.

Though an advanced course, no knowledge about parallel programming is assumed.

This tutorial is self contained. As a recommended background, the participant

should have a working knowledge of either C or Fortran and a basic knowledge

about data structures.

Technical Programme

Four lectures over two days, each with a duration of three hours.

1. Domain Decomposition Methods

Professor Charbel Farhat, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA

2. Message Passing and Load Balancing

Professor Roy Williams, California Institute of Technology, USA

3. Parallel Implementation of Large CFD and Structures Codes

Dr Jochem Hauser, CLE, Salzgitter, Germany

4. Advanced Parallelising Tools

Professor Mark Cross, University of Greenwich, UK

Further information may be obtained on the Web at

<href=http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/~roy/csami.html>

http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/~roy/csami.html</a>

CELG-CSAMI

University Pierre et Marie Curie

4, Place Jussieu

75252 Paris cedex 05 - France

Phone: 33 1 44 27 58 11 or 74 97

Fax: 33 1 44 27 71 54

------------------------------

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

Date: Mon, 09 Oct 1995 17:27:00 -0500

**Subject: Position at Purdue University**

COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FACULTY

Computer Sciences

Purdue University

The Department of Computer Sciences seeks a highly

qualified person dedicated both to research and teaching to

support its interdisciplinary graduate program in Computa-

tional Science and Engineering. Areas of specialization

appropriate for this tenure track assistant professor posi-

tion include scientific computing, high performance comput-

ing, geometry systems, mathematical software, applications

of computing to science and engineering, and related areas.

The department has a number of substantial research projects

in this area. Further information about the CS&E program is

available on the web at http://www.cse.purdue.edu/

The CS Department computing facility includes a 64 pro-

cessor nCube 2, over 200 workstations and a complete video

production facility. Purdue also owns Intel and IBM paral-

lel computers and is a member of the Concurrent Supercomput-

ing Consortium which operates a 540 processor Intel Paragon.

The CS&E lab has high performance graphical machines and

multi-media educational facilities. Applications are soli-

cited for appointments to begin in August 1996. Send curri-

culum vita and ask three references to write by March 1,

1996 to:

Chair, CS&E Search Committee

Department of Computer Sciences

Purdue University

W. Lafayette, IN 47907

Purdue University is in a college town where the

schools are excellent, commuting is easy, the cost of living

is reasonable, and there is a full range of athletic and

cultural events at the University.

Purdue University is an equal opportunity employer.

------------------------------

From: Stein W. Wallace <sww@iok.unit.no>

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 95 15:41:56 GMT

**Subject: Position at Norwegian Institute of Technology**

Professor of Production Planning/Production Economics

at

Department of Managerial Economics and Operations Research

The Norwegian Institute of Technology

University of Trondheim

The professor has special responsibility for teaching and research in

production planning and/or production economics. The professional

specialty should be in business administration or operations research.

The department is engaged in an effort to strengthen its ties to the

technological faculties. Thus, in evaluating the candidate, heavy

emphasis will be placed on practical experience from a production

perspective.

The applicant must be able to document extensive professional

qualifications in business administration or operations research. If

the competence is in business administration, the desired

specializations are in the areas of investments and/or operations

planning. If the competence is in operations research, the desired

specializations are in the areas of production modeling and

methodological development. Through his/her own effort, the applicant

must have shown scholarly competence in the area of specialization.

Heavy weight will be put upon the ability to teach and the ability to

initiate and lead research and developmental work. It is also desired

that the applicant will contribute to applied research work with the

department's associated SINTEF division.

The professor shall be administratively attached to the Department of

Managerial Economics and Operations Research in the Faculty of

Economics and Industrial Management at the Norwegian Institute of

Technology, University of Trondheim. Presently the department has 3

full professors, 2 adjunct full professors, 2 first lecturers, 2

lecturers, 1 post.doc, and 10 doctor of Engineering students.

The department consists of the following areas of study: business

administration, operations research, and economics.

Closing Date for Applications: November 3, 1995.

Further information can be obtained from

Professor Einar Matson (phone + 47 73 59 36 04 - email: em@iok.unit.no)

for managerial economics.

Professor Stein W. Wallace (phone + 47 73 59 36 09 - email:

sww@iok.unit.no) for operations research.

------------------------------

From: Thomas F. Russell <trussell@carbon.cudenver.edu>

Date: Thu, 12 Oct 1995 10:13:36 -0600

**Subject: Positions at University of Colorado at Denver**

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Colorado

at Denver is seeking to fill two tenure-track positions at

the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning August 1996.

Positions are contingent on budgetary approval. We offer

B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees with optional focus in one

of six areas: computational mathematics, discrete

mathematics, engineering mathematics, operations research,

probability, and statistics. These also comprise active

areas of research of our resident faculty.

Applicants are expected to show strong potential for

research and teaching and have a commitment to professional

service. Applicants must have, or expect to receive by next

August, a Ph.D. in mathematics or a related discipline. In

general, we seek qualified applicants in one of the focus

areas and prefer someone who can interface with two or more

areas. For these positions, the areas of greatest interest

are:

computational mathematics, and

applied probability or statistics.

However, we shall consider applications with another focus

in applied mathematics.

To apply, please send a current vita, list of publications,

a statement of research plans and goals, a statement of

teaching philosophy, and arrange to have three letters of

recommendation sent to:

Burt Simon, Search Committee Chair

Mathematics Department - Campus Box 170

University of Colorado at Denver

P.O. Box 173364

Denver, CO 80217-3364

Our fax number is 303-556-8550. For more information on

our department and university visit our web site at

http://www-math.cudenver.edu. We will begin screening

applications December 15, 1995.

The University of Colorado at Denver is committed to

enhancing the diversity of its administration, faculty and

staff, and to program access for persons with disabilities,

and invites and strongly encourages nominations of and

applications from women, members of ethnic and racial

minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities.

Alternative formats of this ad or job description are

available upon request.

------------------------------

From: Ken Jackson <krj@cs.toronto.edu>

Date: Fri, 13 Oct 1995 15:59:51 -0400

**Subject: Positions at University of Toronto**

There are two openings at the University of Toronto that may interest NA

Digest readers. One is a tenure-track position in "Algorithmic

Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science" that is joint between the

Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science. Although the "official"

job states that the position is at the Assistant Professor, it may

be possible to appoint a strong candidate at a higher level.

The other job is a postdoctoral position with the Numerical Computing

Group in the Department of Computer Science. Our main area of interest

is differential equations. The two "official" job ads follow.

* * * * * *

The University of Toronto solicits applications for a tenure-stream

appointment in the field of Algorithmic Mathematics and Theoretical

Computer Science, including Complexity and Effective Methods in

Scientific Computation. The position is subject to budgetary approval.

The appointment is at the downtown (St. George) campus at the level of

Assistant Professor, to begin July 1, 1996. This will be a joint

appointment between the Department of Mathematics (75%) and the

Department of Computer Science (25%). Candidates are expected to have

demonstrated excellence in both teaching and research; in particular, a

candidate's research record should show clearly the ability to make

significant original and independent contributions to Mathematics.

Salary commensurate with experience.

Applicants should send their complete C.V. including a list of

publications, a short statement describing their research programme,

and all appropriate material about their teaching. They should also

arrange to have at least four letters of reference sent directly to

Professor V. Ivrii, Associate Chair, Department of Mathematics,

University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada M5S 1A1. At least one letter

should be primarily concerned with the candidate's teaching. In

addition, it is recommended that applicants submit the electronic

application form which is available on the World Wide Web by accessing

the following URL: http://www.toronto.edu/math/Jobs.html

To insure full consideration, this information should be received by

December 31, 1995.

In accordance with its Employment Equity Policy, the University of

Toronto encourages applications from qualified women or men, members of

visible minorities, aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be

given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

* * * * * *

The Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto, has received

funding from various granting agencies. Funding permitting,

Postdoctoral Fellowships are available in all areas of Computer

Science.

Applications, including a curriculum vitae and a list of publications,

should be sent to: Professor Wayne H. Enright, Chairman, Department of

Computer Science, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1A4,

Canada; recruit@cs.toronto.edu. Please arrange to have three letters of

references sent directly to the same address. Deadline for application

is January 31st, 1996.

------------------------------

From: Wei Cai <wcai@newton.math.ucsb.edu>

Date: Fri, 13 Oct 1995 16:03:49 -0700

**Subject: Position at UC Santa Barbara**

TENURE TRACK POSITION IN

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS/APPLIED MATHEMATICS

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA

The Department of Mathematics at the University of California,

Santa Barbara seeks a numerical analyst/applied mathematician for

a tenure track assistant professorship beginning July 1, 1996.

Applicants should have substantial expertise relevant for the

numerical resolution of nonlinear problems arising in an applied

science such as electromagnetics, fluid dynamics, material science,

and semiconductor theory. The successful candidate will have

demonstrated excellence in research and have a promising record in

teaching. Potential for interaction with research efforts in the

department and across the university will be taken into account

and candidates must possess a Ph.D. by September 1, 1996.

Applications which are complete by December 22, 1995, will receive

full consideration.

Applicants should send a vita, a pubilcation list, one-page statement

of research interests and arrange to have four letters of recommendation

and a completed AMS Application Cover Sheet sent to the Numerical/Applied

Committee, Department of Mathematics, University of California,

Santa Barbara, CA 93106.

UCSB is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

------------------------------

From: Antonio Messina <messina@isoar.df.unibo.it>

Date: Fri, 13 Oct 1995 08:11:30 +0000

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Bologna**

Postdoctoral Research Fellowships

on

Numerical Magnetohydrodynamics

A one-year fellowship at the University of Bologna, Department of Physics,

is financed by EU grant. The grant supports collaborations in the

following principal areas:

MHD Flows and Turbulence

Interstellar Medium; Stellar Winds; Stellar jets

Numerical Techniques for MHD

The fellowship is intended for citizens of the member states of

the European Community and associated states. The salary and the

associated research costs will be at the italian standard rate.

Candidates should write directly to the contact name below providing their

curriculum vitae, a list of recent publications, two letters of recommendation

and a statement of research interests.

The deadline for receipt of applications is October 28th 1995.

Contact name:

A. Messina, Dip. Fisica, viale B. Pichat 6/2,

40127 Bologna, Italy. Email: messina@isoar.df.unibo.it;

tel. (39) 51 6305212, fax: (39) 51 6305212.

COMPUTING RESOURCES AVAILABLE:

Cray T3D MCA 64-8, Cray C92/2128 SSD, cluster of graphic ws

------------------------------

From: Jane Cullum <cullumj@watson.ibm.com>

Date: Thu, 12 Oct 1995 16:22:23 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at IBM Research**

1996-1997 IBM POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

The Mathematical Sciences Department of the IBM Thomas J. Watson

Research Center invites applications for its 1996-1997 Postdoctoral

Fellowship for research in mathematical and computer sciences. This

fellowship provides scientists of outstanding ability an opportunity

to advance their scholarship as resident department members at the

Research Center. The department provides an atmosphere in which

basic research is combined with experience on technical problems

arising in industry. The program of the Mathematical Sciences

Department is organized for research in pure and applied

mathematics, and in theoretical and exploratory computer science.

On-going research in the department includes work on sequential and

parallel algorithms, computational complexity, coding theory,

cryptography, numerical analysis, differential equations,

mathematical optimization, high-performance computation, logic

design, computer algebra, statistics, dynamical systems, continuous

complexity, computational linguistics, computer music, user

interface technology, and knowledge-based systems. Close

interaction with permanent department members is expected, but

fellows will be free to pursue their own research interests.

Each candidate must have a doctorate and not more than five years of

postdoctoral professional experience when the fellowship commences.

The fellowship has a period of one year, and may be extended by

another year on mutual agreement. The stipend will be generally in

the range of $65,000 to $67,000 per year, depending on experience.

In addition, there will be an allowance for moving expenses. The

Research Center is located in Westchester County, approximately

forty miles north of New York City.

To apply, please submit the following by January 12, 1996: resume,

including thesis summary; reprints of publications based on thesis

and other research; a research proposal; and visa status. Citizens

of countries defined as restricted by the U.S. Department of

Commerce are required to have a green card or an equivalent visa

status. Applicants are responsible for requesting that three or

more letters of reference, including one from the thesis advisor,

arrive before January 12. Direct all material to:

Committee on Postdoctoral Fellowships

Department of Mathematical Sciences

IBM Research Division

T. J. Watson Research Center

P. O. Box 218

Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

One fellowship will be awarded. Each applicant will be notified

individually as soon as the committee has reached a decision on the

application, no later than March 12, 1996.

------------------------------

From: Baltzer Science Publishers <publish@baltzer.nl>

Date: Mon, 9 Oct 1995 08:17:15 +0100

**Subject: Contents, Annals of Numerical Mathematics**

CONTENTS - ANNALS OF NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS (ISSN 1021 2655)

Editor-in-Chief:

Claude Brezinski

Lab. d'Analyse Numerique et d'Optimisation

UFR IEEA - M3

Universite des Sciences et Technologies de Lille

59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex

France

fax: (33) 20 43 68 69

E-mail: brezinsk@omega.univ-lille1.fr

Volume 2, 1995, "Special Functions"

Editor:

G. Allasia

pp. 3-20, W. Gautschi, Luigi Gatteschi's work on special functions and

numerical analysis

pp. 21-34, C. Brezinski, Formal orthogonality on an algebraic curve

pp. 35-78, K.-J. Foerster, On the weights of positive quadrature formulas

for ultraspherical weight function

pp. 79-92, E.K. Infantis and P.D. Siafarikas, Differential inequalities and

monotonicity properties of the zeros of associated Laguerre and Hermite

polynomials

pp. 93-122, F. Marcellan, T.E. Perez and M.A. Pinar, Orthogonal polynomials

on weighted Sobolev spaces: the semiclassical case

pp. 123-144, P. Maroni, Tchebychev forms and their perturbed as second

degree forms

pp. 145-158, P. Rabinowitz, Optimal quasi-interpolatory splines for

numerical integration

pp. 159-168, A. Ronveaux and S. Belmehdi, Interlacing properties of the

zeros of the derivative, associated and adjacent of semi-classical and

classical orthogonal polynomials

pp. 169-180, J. Wimp and H. Kiesel, Non-linear recurrence relations and

some derived orthogonal polynomials

pp. 181-198, R. Wong, Error bounds for asymptotic approximations of special

functions

pp. 199-210, R. Zanovello, Numerical analysis of Struve functions with

applications to other special functions

pp. 211-232, D. Dattoli, S. Lorenzutta, G. Maino and A. Torre, Generalised

forms of Bessel functions and Hermite polynomials

pp. 233-246, M.G. de Bruijn, H.G. Meijer, Zeros of orthogonal polynomials

in a non-discrete Sobolev space

pp. 247-254, B. Gabutti and M.L. Mathis, A characterization of the Meixner

polynomials

pp. 255-264, C. Giordano, Properties and inequalities for the zeros of

Bessel functions

pp. 265-276, D. Kershaw, Maximum principles and inequalities for special

functions

pp. 277-288, J. Korevaar, A monotonicity property of ultraspherical

Christoffel numbers

pp. 289-304, K.H. Kwon and L.L. Littlejohn, The orthogonality of the

Laguerre ploynomials {Ln-k(x)} for positive integers k

pp. 305-310, D.S. Lubinsky, An extension of the Erdos-Turan inequality for

the sum of successive fundamental polynomials

pp. 311-326, A.P. Magnus, Asymptotics for the simplest generalized Jacobi

polynomials recurrence coefficients from Freud's equations: numerical

explorations

pp. 327-344, A. Martin, An optimal inequality on associated Legendre functions

pp. 345-352, M.E. Muldoon, A monotonicity property of Bessel functions

pp. 353-370, F. Peherstorfer and R. Steinbauer, On polynomials orthogonal

on several intervals

pp. 371-380, G. Pittaluga and L. Sacripante, Bounds for the zeros of

Hermite polynomials

pp. 381-406, A. Sidi, Acceleration of convergence of (generalized) Fourier

series by the d - transformation

pp. 407-414, H.V. Smith, The Bieberach conjecture

pp. 415-424, N.M. Temme, Asymptotics of zeros on incomplete gamma functions

pp. 425-438, M. von Golitschek and D. Leviatan, Rational Muntz approximation

pp. 439-456, A. Zarzo, J.S. Dehesa and J. Torres, On a new set of

polynomials representing the wave functions of the quantum relativistic

harmonic oscillator

pp. 457-472, A. Zarzo, J.S. Dehesa and R.J. Yanez, Distribution of zeros of

Gauss and Kummer hypergeometric functions. A semiclassical approach

Proposals for new volumes should be addressed to Claude Brezinski ,

Editor-in-Chief.

Subscriptions and separate orders and requests for FREE SAMPLE COPIES of

Annals of Numerical Mathematics can be sent to: publish@baltzer.nl or see

our homepage http://www.NL.net/~baltzer/

------------------------------

From: Richard Brualdi <brualdi@math.wisc.edu>

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 17:05:52 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Contents, Linear Algebra and its Applications**

LINEAR ALGEBRA AND ITS APPLICATIONS

Contents Volume 231, December 1995

Stephen H. Friedberg and Arnold J. Insel (Normal, Illinois),

Characterizations of Subnormal Matrices 1

Jong-Shenq Guo, Wen-Wei Lin, and Chern-Shuh Wang

(Hsinchu, Taiwan, Republic of China)

Nonequivalence Deflation for the Solution of Matrix

Latent Value Problems 15

Leonid Gurvits (Princeton, New Jersey)

Stability of Discrete Linear Inclusion 47

Alain Duchamp (Le Mans, France)

Circuit Separation for Symmetric Matroids 87

B. Z. Shapiro (Stockholm, Sweden) and

M. Z. Shapiro (Rehovot, Israel)

On the Boundary of Totally Positive Upper

Triangular Matrices 105

Jin-Hsien Wang (Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Republic of China)

Factorization of Matrices Into Quadratic Ones. II 111

M. H. Lim (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

A Uniqueness Theorem on Symmetric Tensors 153

William H. Gustafson (Lubbock, Texas)

Quivers and Matrix Equations 159

William C. Waterhouse (University Park, Pennsylvania)

Orthogonal Similarity and Pairs of Quadratic Forms 175

Martin Ohsmann (Aachen, Germany)

Fast Transforms of Toeplitz Matrices 181

Author Index 193

------------------------------

From: Heinz W. Engl <engl@indmath.uni-linz.ac.at>

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 12:42:34 EDT

**Subject: Contents, Surveys on Mathematics for Industry**

Surveys on Mathematics for Industry

(Springer Vienna - New York)

Table of Contents, Vol 5 No.2

M.Holmstrvm, R.Glowinski, Constrained motion problems with applications

by nonlinear programming methods

A.Ude, R.Dillmann, Robot motion specification: a vision-based approach

------------------------------

From: Carlos A. de Moura <demoura@zeus.funceme.br>

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 95 11:41:23 EST

**Subject: Contents, Computational and Applied Mathematics**

COMPUTATIONAL AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS

(Matematica Aplicada e Computacional)

Published by Birkhauser/Boston

and SBMAC - Brazilian Soc. for

Comp. and Applied Mathematics

Vol.14, Issue 2, 1995

AFPC HUMES and

C HUMES Jr Stability clearing open loop policies

in manufacturing systems

LR BERRONE Subsistence of some nonlinear mathematical

models which involve the heat-diffusion eq.

X FENG An elliptic regularity coefficient estimate

for the equations of the motion for nearly

elastic solids in the frequency domain

XC TAI and

T KARKKAAINEN Identification of a nonlinear parameter in

a parabolic equation from a linear equation

CY CHEN and

KK NIP On the blow-up of |u | at quenching for

tt

semilinear Euler-Poisson-Darboux equations

MG ARMENTANO,

EM FERNANDEZ-BEDAGUER

and JE SANTOS A frequency domain paramenter estimation

procedure in viscoelastic layered media

A BREAZNA Corrigenda to "Generalizations of Bendixon's

Negative Criterion"

------------------------------

End of NA Digest

**************************

-------