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From: Helge Holden <holden@math.ntnu.no>

Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 08:19:58 +0200

**Subject: Peter Lax to Receive the 2005 Abel Prize**

Peter D. Lax to receive the 2005 Abel Prize

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters has decided to award the Abel

Prize for 2005 to Peter D. Lax, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences,

New York University. Lax receives the Abel Prize "for his groundbreaking

contributions to the theory and application of partial differential equations

and to the computation of their solutions" to quote the Abel Committee.

See the 2005 Abel Prize announcement at www.abelprisen.no/en/.

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

From: Murray Rudman <Murray.Rudman@csiro.au>

Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 14:04:09 +1000

**Subject: Help with Divergence-free Interpolation Requested**

Can anyone assist with freeware and/or algorithms for taking a

discretely divergence-free velocity field, and interpolating this to a

continuously divergence-free velocity field. The problem arises when

taking a 2-D velocity field from a finite-volume method and using it to

track fluid particles to determine Poincare sections. It would seem

that the interpolation schemes I've tried (BVIP, srfpack) are not

divergence-free, and the particle paths spiral onto attractors that

aren't physical.

All pointers gratefully received.

Murray Rudman

Murray.Rudman@csiro.au

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From: Evgenii Rudnyi <rudnyi@imtek.uni-freiburg.de>

Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 10:10:31 +0200

**Subject: Experimental Datasets from Chemical Thermodynamics**

Hi,

I have been working for quite awhile with the treatment of experimental

results in chemical thermodynamics. I have tried to organize my

archives and make them available for others:

http://evgenii.rudnyi.ru/doc/misc/ExperimentalDatasets.html

There are several experimental datasets in computer readable format and

I hope that they can be used as useful benchmarks for data fitting and

nonlinear optimization. Experimental values have been collected from

original research papers describing experimental results. All case

studies are reasonably well documented in my papers.

The problem is essentially usual data fitting, however chemical

thermodynamics adds several interesting features:

a) A dataset comprises several heterogeneous experiments.

b) The difference between different experiments is greater than the

reproducibility error because, as one could expect, there are

inevitable systematic errors.

c) Sometimes, computation of a residual cannot be done analytically but

instead requires a numerical solution of another numerical problem by

itself.

The link above contains a short description and links to five datasets:

1) Vaporization of KCl, 2) The Ba-Cu System, 3) The Cu-Y System, 4)

Thermodynamics of Calcium Aluminates, 5) Thermodynamics of YBa2Cu3O6+z.

Best wishes,

Evgenii Rudnyi

IMTEK: Institute of Microsystem Technology

Freiburg University

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From: Barb Autterson <barb@sharcnet.ca>

Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2005 12:04:14 -0500

**Subject: Parallel Programming Contest**

Who has the best parallel programmers???

Announcing the First HPCS Parallel Programming Contest

Graduate and undergraduate students are the future of research in the

computational sciences. In these exciting times for HPC, it is

especially necessary to mentor and encourage the next generation of

HPC-enabled research scientists.

The First HPCS Programming Contest provides graduate and undergraduate

students in the computational sciences with the opportunity to

demonstrate their problem-solving, parallel programming and teamwork

skills in a competitive but supportive environment. The contest

provides a platform for HPCS, C3, academia and industry to encourage

students and focus public attention on the next generation of high

performance computation professionals.

The contest will be limited to 10 teams. Each team is to be composed of

two students (either graduate or undergraduate). The two students will

pair program a set of four HPC problems. The time limit is 4 hours.

The results will be evaluated for correctness, efficiency, and elegance.

The four problems will span the range of problems typically encountered

in an HPC environment.

The programming environment will be the following:

- an Alpha cluster of 108 CPUs running RH Linux

- a Quadrics interconnect

- LSF scheduler

- mpich (version 1.1)

- gcc compiler

The contest will be held during HPCS 2005 at the University of Guelph,

Guelph, Ontario. It will take place on Monday, May 16 from 1PM to 5PM.

Conference registration for the participants is encouraged but not

required.

Prizes for the winning teams will be presented at the HPCS 2005 banquet

on Tuesday, May 17.

Registration is open until May 1, 2005 or until the team limit has been

reached.

To register online for the contest, go to the main HPCS 2005 website,

http://www.sharcnet.ca/events/hpcs2005

and provide the following information:

* name, affiliation (department, university), programme

(undergraduate, graduate) and email address for each team member

* name, affiliation (department, university) and email for a

faculty member who will "sponsor" the team. Note: the faculty member

only has to vouch for the accuracy of the supplied information about the

team members, they do not have to coach, financially sponsor or attend

the conference with the team but all those activities are encouraged!

* if any of the team members has a SHARCNET account, then please

supply that account information, i.e. login name

Let the parallel programming games begin!

For more information please email Deborah Stacey at

dastacey@uoguelph.ca.

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

From: Tony Chan <TonyC@college.ucla.edu>

Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2005 15:44:05 -0800

**Subject: Mini-symposia at World Congress on Computational Mechanics**

Call for Mini-symposium Proposal

Seventh World Congress on Computational Mechanics

W. K. Liu, T. Belytschko, B. Moran, L. Keer, H. Espinosa (Northwestern

University)

J. S. Chen, J. W. Ju, E. Taciroglu, S. Osher, T. Chan, N. Ghoniem

(University of California, Los Angeles)

Dear Colleagues:

On behalf of WCCM-VII Organizing Committee, I am writing to invite you to

submit Mini-symposium proposals for 2006 World Congress on Computational

Mechanics to be held in Century Plaza Hotel & Spa, Los Angeles, California,

USA, July 16-22, 2006.

All mini-symposium proposals must be submitted via the WCCM-VII website at

http://www.wccm2006.northwestern.edu/

<http://www.wccm2006.northwestern.edu/>

There should be at least two co-organizers for each mini-symposium; it is

desirable that they represent more than one institution. The participation

of young researchers is encouraged.

Mini-symposium proposals will be reviewed on a continuous basis until the

proposal deadline, May 15, 2005. The mini-symposium abstract submitted with

each proposal should be written in a style that is appropriate for public

posting and attractive to potential participants.

We appreciate very much your interest in participating in WCCM-VII and look

forward to working with you for a successful congress.

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From: Deok-Soo Kim <dskim@hanyang.ac.kr>

Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 12:19:23 +0000 (UTC)

**Subject: Symposium in Seoul on Voronoi Diagrams in Science and Engineering**

Call for Papers

The 2nd International Symposium

on

Voronoi Diagrams in Science and Engineering

(http://voronoi.hanyang.ac.kr/vd2005/)

October 10 - 13, 2005

Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea

Invited Speakers

Aurenhammer, Franz (Technische Universitaet Graz, Austria)

Medvedev, Nikolai N. (Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion,

Russian Academy of Science)

(A biologist is being contacted for the invitation.)

Topics

Expected topics include, but not restricted to,

Theoretical aspects of Voronoi/Delaunay diagrams

Computational and implementational aspects of Voronoi/Delaunay diagrams

Generalizaion of the Voronoi/Delaunay diagrams

Voronoi Arts

Applications of the Voronoi/Delaunay diagrams to

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Material science

Geography

Location science

Geographic information systems

Mesh generation

Geometric algorithms

Solid modeling

Computer graphics

Pattern analysis and recognition

Space analysis

Motion analysis and planning

Collision detection and avoidance

Interpolation

Operations research

and others

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

From: Manfred Trummer <mrt@pims.math.ca>

Date: Sat, 02 Apr 2005 10:45:49 -0800

**Subject: Conference in Vancourver in Honour of Bob Russell**

International Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia

Wednesday, August 3, 2005 to Saturday, August 6, 2005.

Adaptivity and Beyond:

Computational Methods for Solving Differential Equations

In honour of Robert D. Russell and in celebration of his 30th (base 20)

birthday.

www.pims.math.ca/science/2005/05adaptive/

<http://www.pims.math.ca/science/2005/05adaptive/>

The theme of the conference is Adaptive computational methods for

differential equations. Adaptation has now become fundamental to the

numerically solving differential equations (DEs) arising from science

and engineering. It has been amply demonstrated that significant

improvements in accuracy and efficiency can be gained by adapting the

computation to the physical solution or some other important quantities

of the DEs in consideration. An important area of adaptive computation

has also proven to be important for many other computational problems

related to DEs, including approximation of invariant sets such as

invariant tori, inertial manifolds, or connecting orbits that describe

the long time behavior of the solution.

During the last three decades, significant progress has been made in

adaptive computation of DEs. Adaptive computation is now an established

area of intensive research activities which finds its motivation and

application in many areas of science and engineering. It is also a

rapidly changing area and one in need of development of more robust and

reliable adaptation strategies and better understanding of the basic

principles behind them.

Bob Russell has made many groundbreaking contributions to the field, and

it is a special privilege to dedicate this conference to Dr Russell in

celebration of his 60th birthday.

The meeting will be held at the PanPacific Hotel

(http://vancouver.panpacific.com/) in Vancouver, British Columbia. The

conference is organised and sponsored by the Pacific Institute for the

Mathematical Sciences (www.pims.math.ca <http://www.pims.math.ca/>) with

additional support from Simon Fraser University (www.sfu.ca

<http://www.sfu.ca/>), the Department of Mathematics at SFU

(www.math.sfu.ca <http://www.math.sfu.ca/>), the Centre for Scientific

Computing at SFU (www.csc.sfu.ca <http://www.csc.sfu.ca/>) and NSERC

Discovery grants.

The conference web site is at

http://www.pims.math.ca/science/2005/05adaptive/.

If you are interested in joining us for this festive occasion in

Vancouver, please subscribe to the Conference Mailing List by sending an

e-mail to

maillist@sfu.ca <mailto:maillist@sfu.ca>

with a subject of

subscribe pims-adaptive-conf

We hope to see you in Vancouver this summer!

Organising Committee

Manfred Trummer, SFU

Steven Ruuth, SFU

John Stockie, SFU

Erik Van Vleck, University of Kansas

Weizhang Huang, University of Kansas

Luca Dieci, Georgia Tech

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

From: Olof Runborg <olofr@nada.kth.se>

Date: Sun, 03 Apr 2005 17:43:11 +0200

**Subject: Conference in Stockholm in Honor of Bjorn Engquist**

Professor Bjorn Engquist turns sixty and to celebrate the

occasion a conference is organized at KTH, Stockholm,

Sweden, on June 16-17 2005.

Invited speakers:

* Jean-David Benamou, INRIA Rocquencourt

* Yann Brenier, Université de Nice-Sophia-Antipolis

* Lennart Carleson, KTH

* Roland Glowinski, University of Houston

* Bertil Gustafsson, Uppsala University

* Laurence Halpern, Université Paris 13

* Rolf Jeltsch, ETH Zürich

* Claes Johnson, Chalmers University of Technology

* Heinz-Otto Kreiss, KTH

* Pierre-Louis Lions, Université Paris-Dauphine

* Per Lötstedt, Uppsala University

* Jean-Claude Nédélec, École Polytechnique, Paris

* Felix Otto, Bonn Universität

* Benoît Perthame, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

* Axel Ruhe, KTH

* Denis Serre, École Normale Supérieure, Lyon

* Ulf Thibblin, AerotechTelub

* Vidar Thomée, Chalmers University of Technology

More information is available on the web page

http://www.nada.kth.se/bjorn60

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

From: Matthew Richardson <MATTRI@microsoft.com>

Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 19:21:04 -0800

**Subject: Conference at Banff Centre on Knowledge Capture**

K-CAP 2005: CALL FOR PAPERS

Third International Conference on Knowledge Capture

October 2-5, 2005, The Banff Centre, Banff, Canada

Website: http://www.kcap05.org/

Submission deadline: May 6, 2005

in cooperation with the AAAI

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Knowledge acquisition tools

* Advice taking systems

* Authoring tools

* Learning apprentices

* Knowledge engineering and modeling methodologies

* Knowledge extraction systems

* Knowledge management environments

* Mixed-initiative decision-support tools

* Knowledge-based markup techniques

* Acquisition of problem-solving knowledge

* Knowledge capture for the Semantic Web

About the venue

The Banff Centre: http://www.banffcentre.ca/

Banff National Park: http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/ab/banff/

ORGANIZATION

Program Co-Chairs: Peter Clark, Boeing

Guus Schreiber, Free University Amsterdam

Treasurer: Jim Blythe, USC/ISI

Local Arrangements Chair: Rob Kremer, University of Calgary

Workshop and Tutorial Chair: Marie desJardins, Univ of Maryland, Baltimore

Publicity Chair: Matthew Richardson, Microsoft

Sponsorship Co-Chairs: Yolanda Gil, USC/ISI

David Leake, Indiana University

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

From: Marina Meila <nips05announce@yahoo.com>

Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 17:46:57 -0800 (PST)

**Subject: Conference in Vancouver on Neural Information Processing Systems**

CALL FOR PAPERS: Neural Information Processing Systems - NIPS 2005

December 5-8 Vancouver, BC

www.nips.cc

Deadline for Paper Submissions: June 3, 2005

Submissions are solicited for the Nineteenth Annual meeting of an inter-

disciplinary Conference (December 6-8) which brings together researchers

interested in all aspects of neural and statistical processing and computation.

The Conference will include invited talks as well as oral and poster

presentations of refereed papers. It is single track and highly selective.

Preceeding the main Conference will be one day of Tutorials (December 5),

and following it will be two days of Workshops at Whistler/Blackcomb ski

resort (December 9-10).

Papers are solicited in all areas of neural information processing,

including (but not limited to) the following:

* Algorithms and Architectures

* Applications

* Brain Imaging

* Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence

* Control and Reinforcement Learning

* Emerging Technologies

* Learning Theory

* Neuroscience

* Speech and Signal Processing

* Visual Processing

* Demonstrations

For full information please refer to the NIPS website www.nips.cc

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

From: Rajkumar Buyya <raj@cs.mu.OZ.AU>

Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 21:08:16 +1000

**Subject: Conference in Melbourne on e-Science and Grid Technologies**

e-Science 2005 Conference: Call for Participation

International Conference on e-Science and Grid Technologies

Dec. 5-8, 2005, Melbourne, Australia

http://www.gridbus.org/escience

Sponsored/Organised By [*-pending approval]:

IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee on Scalable Computing*

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics*

University of Melbourne, Australia

Queen's University, UK

CALL FOR PAPERS

The e-Science 2005 conference, sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (approval pending), is

designed to bring together leading international and interdisciplinary

research communities, developers, and users of e-Science applications and

enabling IT technologies. The conference serves as a forum to present the

results of the latest research and product/tool developments, and

highlight related activities from around the world.

The following topics concerning e-Science and Grid Computing are of

interest, but not limited to:

* Enabling Technologies: Internet and Web Services

* Collaborative Science Models and Techniques

* Problem Solving Environments

* Application Development Environments

* Programming Paradigms and Models

* Resource Management and Scheduling

* Grid Economy and Business Models

* Autonomic and Self-Organising Grid Networks

* Virtual Instruments and Access Management

* Sensor Networks and e-Science

* Security Challenges

* Software and Social Engineering

* e-Science & Grid applications in Physics, Biology, Astronomy,

Chemistry, Finance, and Engineering.

CONFERENCE ORGANISATION

Honorary Chair:

Ian Foster, Argonne National Lab and Univ. of Chicago, USA

General Chairs:

Raj Buyya, GRIDS Lab, University of Melbourne, Australia

Ron Perrott, Belfast e-Science Centre, Queen?s University, UK

Program Chair:

Heinz Stockinger, University of Vienna, Austria

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From: Jerzy Wasniewski <jw@imm.dtu.dk>

Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 11:07:09 +0200 (METDST)

**Subject: Workshop in Poland on HPC Linear Algebra Libraries**

Workshop on

HPC Linear Algebra Libraries for Computers

with Multilevel Memories

to be held in conjunction with the

PPAM05 Conference on Parallel Processing

and Applied Mathematics

September 11-14, 2005, Poznan, Poland

http://ppam.pcz.pl/

There are still a few places for contributed, either 20 or 30 minutes

talks on this workshop. Extended abstracts no more than two pages should

be sent before April 15, 2005.

The extended abstracts and the papers of this Workshop should be sent to

Jerzy Wasniewski <jw@imm.dtu.dk>.

For more information related to PPAM05 Conference please visit the PPAM2005

website http://ppam.pcz.czest.pl/

The workshop organizer:

Jerzy Wasniewski

Technical University of Denmark

Informatics & Mathematical Modeling

DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark

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From: Dongming Wang <Dongming.Wang@lip6.fr>

Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 17:29:46 +0200

**Subject: Workshop in China Symbolic-Numeric Computation**

SNC 2005 - CALL FOR PAPERS

International Workshop on Symbolic-Numeric Computation

Xi'an, China, July 19-21, 2005

A satellite workshop of ISSAC 2005

* http://www-calfor.lip6.fr/~wang/SNC2005/

* Submission deadline: April 10, 2005

* Invited speakers: Robert M. Corless Matu-Tarow Noda

Victor Y. Pan Hans J. Stetter

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From: Ronnie Sircar <sircar@Princeton.EDU>

Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 23:28:02 -0500

**Subject: Workshop in Montreal on Financial Mathematics**

Workshop on Stochastic Modeling in Financial Mathematics, Montreal,

Canada, June 1-5, 2005.

For details and speaker information, please visit:

http://www.crm.umontreal.ca/Finance05/index_e.html

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From: C. Roos <C.Roos@ewi.tudelft.nl>

Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 11:11:20 +0200

**Subject: Faculty Position at TU Delft, Netherlands**

Because of the expected retirement of the current professor, TU Delft has

opened a vacancy for a full professorship Algorithms in the Computer Science

Department and is looking for candidates. More information can be found on

the web links:

http://jobcentre.acm.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=2125929

http://new.ewi.tudelft.nl/index.php?taal=&m_id=50&record=24 (partly in Dutch)

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From: Max Gunzburger <gunzburg@csit.fsu.edu>

Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2005 14:35:15 -0500

**Subject: Faculty Position at Florida State University**

Florida State University

School of Computational Science

The School of Computational Science at Florida State University is

seeking to fill a position at the Assistant Professor level in the area

of computational solution of partial differential equations. In

particular, it seeks candidates with expertise in the analysis,

numerical analysis, and algorithmic design and development for

stochastic partial differential equations. A Ph.D. in mathematics or a

related discipline and postdoctoral experience are required for the

position, as is a demonstrable excellence in research and a genuine

commitment to teaching. Tenure-earning status would be in the

Department of Mathematics or another appropriate department.

A CV and research and teaching statements should be sent electronically

to Max Gunzburger at gunzburg@csit.fsu.edu. At least 3 letters of

reference should be sent to Max Gunzburger, DSL400, School of

Computational Science, Florida State University, Tallahassee FL

32309-4120. Applications from underrepresented groups are especially

encouraged. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and

until the position is filled.

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From: Chetan Gadgil <chetan.j.gadgil@gsk.com>

Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 10:23:18 -0500

**Subject: Summer Student Opportunities at GlaxoSmithKline**

2005 Summer Student Opportunities at GlaxoSmithKline

Scientific Computing and Mathematical Modeling

The Scientific Computing and Mathematical Modeling group at

GlaxoSmithKline seeks talented advanced undergraduate and graduate

students in applied mathematics, mathematical biology, computational

systems biology, and computer science for Summer 2005.

The Scientific Computing and Mathematical Modeling (SCMM) group applies

mathematical and computational techniques to a variety of challenging

problems in pharmaceutical research. Our group works on mathematical

models related to the biology of disease states and drug interventions,

the chemistry and physics of drug formulations and delivery devices, and

the structure and network characteristics of large biochemical pathways in

cells. In addition, we develop sophisticated computational tools that are

used to build and calibrate mathematical models. This involves model

formulation, efficient numerical solutions, processing large quantities of

experimental data, and visualizing the results of model-generated

computational experiments.

Possible projects in computer science include implementing optimization

algorithms, developing tools for parallel computations, and developing

graphical representations of pathways and pathway properties. Projects for

students with an applied mathematics background include development of

network analysis tools, analysis of metabolic pathway simulation

algorithms, development of optimization algorithms, and stability analysis

of dynamical systems. Other projects involving mathematical modeling and

computational biology may involve bone remodeling, blood coagulation and

receptor mediated signal transduction processes involved in cancer and

inflammation.

We seek mature, motivated self-starters who can successfully integrate

sophisticated mathematics and computer software with real-world biological

problems. All students are expected to have graduate-level expertise in

the area directly related to their summer project. This typically requires

advanced training and experience in at least one of the following areas:

mathematical biology, scientific computing, mathematical modeling,

numerical analysis and optimization, differential equations and

computational systems biology. All students must be proficient in at least

one programming language, preferably Matlab. Students with a computer

science background are expected to be familiar with parallel programming

techniques. Students with an applied mathematics background are expected

to have graduate-level expertise in areas such as optimization and

numerical analysis, graph theory, and stability analysis. Students

interested in computational biology projects are expected to have prior

experience in developing mathematical models of biological processes.

While the ability to work autonomously is desired, the student will have

the opportunity to interact with a larger team composed of other

computational scientists and R&D researchers under the guidance of an SCMM

mentor. The internship positions may be located at our facilities in the

Philadelphia area, Research Triangle Park, NC, or near London in the UK.

Applicants can apply through our website:

http://www.gsk.com/careers/university_us.htm, Job Code Requisition Number:

16032 . Developing talent through equality of opportunity, M/F/D/V.

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From: Iain Duff <I.Duff@rl.ac.uk>

Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 11:26:11 +0100 (BST)

**Subject: Contents, IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis**

IMA JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

www.imanum.oupjournals.org

Contents of Volume 25, Number 2

R. Andreani, E. G. Birgin, J. M. Martinez and J. Yuan

Spectral projected gradient and variable metric methods for optimization

with linear inequalities.

pp 221-252

J. Wu and Y. Lu

A superconvergence result for the second order Newton-Cotes formula for

certain finite-part integrals.

pp 253-263

Z. Li, M. R. Osborne and T. Prvan

Parameter estimation of ordinary differential equations.

pp 264-285

P. F. Tupper

A test problem for molecular dynamics integrators.

pp 286-309

T. Apel and C. Pester

Clement-type interpolation on spherical domains - interpolation error

estimates and application to a posteriori error estimation.

pp 310-336

P. Pozzi

The discrete Douglas problem: convergence results.

pp 337-378

I. G. Graham, W. Hackbusch and S. A. Sauter

Finite elements on degenerate meshes: inverse-type inequalities and

applications.

pp 379-407

G. Kunert

A posteriori $H^1$ error estimation for a singularly perturbed reaction

diffusion problem on isotropic meshes.

pp 408-428

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From: CMFT <office@cmft.de>

Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 23:07:02 +0200 (CEST)

**Subject: Contents Compututational Methods and Function Theory**

COMPUTATIONAL METHODS AND FUNCTION THEORY Volume 4 (2004), Number 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Abstracts online available at http://www.heldermann.de/CMF/cmf04.htm)

The Apollonian Metric: Quasi-Isotropy and Seittenranta's Metric, Pages 249-273

P. A. Hästö

On a Problem of A. Eremenko, Pages 275-282

I. V. Ostrovskii

Behaviour of Kernel Functions under Homotopic Variations of Planar Domains, Pages 283-298

E. Schippers

Unicity Theorems for Meromorphic Functions and their Derivatives, Pages 299-314

J. Chang, M. Fang, D. Yang

Badly Approximable Unimodular Functions in Weighted L^p Spaces, Pages 315-326

A. B. Aleksandrov

Extending a Theorem of Bergweiler and Langley Concerning Non-Vanishing Derivatives, Pages 327-339

E. F. Clifford

On Maximum Modulus Points and Zero Set for an Entire Function of either Zero or Infinite Order, Pages 341-354

A. E. Üreyen

Description of Inverse Polynomial Images which Consist of Two Jordan Arcs with the Help of Jacobi's Elliptic Functions, Pages 355-390

F. Peherstorfer, K. Schiefermayr

A Carleman-Nevanlinna Theorem and Summation of the Riemann Zeta-Function Logarithm, Pages 391-403

A. A. Kondratyuk

On a Problem of MacLane Concerning Arc Tracts, Pages 405-418

K. F. Barth, P. J. Rippon

Quadrilaterals and John Disks, Pages 419-434

O. J. Broch

Local Decomposition of Planar Harmonic Mappings, Pages 435-446

A. Lyzzaik, D. Bshouty

On an Asymptotic Equality Between the Minimum and the Maximum of δ-Subharmonic Functions of Zero Genus, Pages 447-460

I. Chyzhykov, O. Skaskiv

Notes on Certain Star-Shift Invariant Subspaces, Pages 461-474

J. R. Akeroyd, K. Karber

Extremal Point Methods for Robin Capacity, Pages 475-496

M. Stiemer

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