NA Digest Sunday, April 22, 2007 Volume 07 : Issue 17

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From: "Ismael Vaz" <>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2007 23:43:31 +0100
Subject: PSwarm solver release and homepage

Dear NA-Digest Readers,

We would like to announce the release of the PSwarm solver.

PSwarm is a global optimization solver for bound-constrained
problems (for which the derivatives of the objective function are
unavailable, inaccurate or expensive).

The algorithm combines pattern search and particle swarm. Basically,
it applies coordinate search in the poll step and particle swarm in
the search step.

PSwarm makes no use of derivative information of the objective
function. It has been shown to be efficient and robust for smooth
and nonsmooth problems, both in serial and in parallel.

The code is written in both Matlab and C. It provides an interface
with AMPL. The C code includes a parallel version using MPI.
PSwarm can also be run through the NEOS server.

See the PSwarm home page (
for additional information on the conditions for use and download.

See also A.I.F. Vaz and L.N. Vicente, A particle swarm pattern
search method for bound constrained global optimization, to appear
in Journal of Global Optimization, for more details including a
numerical comparison of PSwarm with several other codes.

Best regards,
Ismael Vaz


From: gerhardwilhelm weber <>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2007 11:27:10 +0300
Subject: PhD Workshop in OR for Development, Prague, July 7, 2007

PhD Workshop in OR for Development
EURO Working Group "OR for Development"
Prague, Czech Republic,
University of Economics, July 7, 2007

This workshop provides the first-ever opportunity for doctoral
students to present and discuss their research within a focused
environment and with other academics and practitioners with
similar interests in Operational Research (OR) and Development.
It is organized by EURO ORD, the new EURO Working Group on
OR for Development ( ).
The symposium will comprise plenary sessions, research clinics
as well as the opportunity to have research dialogues led by senior
academics working in the field.

To provide a forum for doctoral students and others involved in
OR and Development to
- share and discuss their research activities,
- encourage students to establish and maintain a research
- foster a research environment to support career development in
the any domain of a practical OR discipline.

On a wider basis the workshop will
- demonstrate the value of collaborative research in the OR field,
- explore the merits of an interdisciplinary approach to OR research.

Who Should Apply/Attend?
Everyone interested, especially,
- students registered for a PhD in developing countries,
- academics with supervisory responsibilities,
- international students registered for a PhD at a European

Registration and Fees
This workshop is supported by EURO, the University of Economics,
Prague, and EURO ORD. There will be no registration fees.

This workshop will take place as a satellite event of EURO XXII
2007 ( to where you are likewisely
cordially welcome.

For any queries on the workshop, please contact:
Leroy White
Department of Management
University of Bristol

EURO ORD, our EURO Working Group “OR for Developmentâ€?, cordially
invites you to join us as members (membership is free
of charge) and to collaborate with us closely and fruitfully!

Please visit our homepage .


From: Arieh Iserles <>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 05:02:49 -0400
Subject: Workshop at the Isaac Newton Institute: young US-based researchers

An NSF grant has been just approved to assist in the participation of young
US-based researchers at the current programme on "Highly oscillatory problems:
Computation, theory and applications" at the Isaac Newton Institute
(Cambridge, UK). We have decided to use to to enable the participation of a
number of young US-based colleagues at the forthcoming workshop on "Effective
computational methods for highly oscillatory problems: The interplay between
mathematical theory and applications" (2--6 July 2007,

The grant will cover the full "workshop package" of local expenses (room and
full board, workshop fees, workshop dinner) but not travel. Having said so,
participants might find it convenient to combine their travelling arrangements
with any of several other conferences and meetings held in Western Europe in
close time proximity.

Anybody interested should email Arieh Iserles ( as soon as
possible, enclosing a brief CV. Explaining (briefly, please) how will you
benefit from the workshop will come useful. In case you would like to offer a
talk or a poster (neither is a condition for funding!), please enclose a
(tentative) title and abstract.


From: "Laurence T. Yang" <>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 11:58:28 -0300
Subject: CFP, High Performance Computing and Communications HPCC, Sep 2007

The 2007 International Conference on High Performance
Computing and Communications
September 26 - 28, Houston, Texas, USA,

With the rapid growth in computing and communications technology,
the past decade has witnessed a proliferation of powerful parallel
and distributed systems and an ever increasing demand for practice
of high performance computing and communications (HPCC). HPCC has
moved into the mainstream of computing and has become a key
technology in determining future research and development activities
in many academic and industrial branches, especially when the
solution of large and complex problems must cope with very tight
timing schedules. The HPCC-07 conference provides a forum for
engineers and scientists in academia, industry, and government to
address the resulting profound challenges and to present and discuss
their new ideas, research results, applications and experience on
all aspects of high performance computing and communications. With
this third event in this new conference series, HPCC-07 plans to
continue the success of the first two HPCC conferences, held 2005 in
Sorrento, Italy, and HPCC-06 held in Munich, Germany, each with over 300
submitted papers and more than 100 participants.


Paper submission: April 30, 2007
Acceptance notification: June 15, 2007
Camera ready version: June 29, 2007
Special session proposal: April 30, 2007
Conference: September 26-28, 2007



From: "ISSAC 2007" <>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 10:15:37 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: ISSAC 2007 Call for Participation, Posters and Software, Jul 2007

ISSAC 2007: Call for Participation, Posters and Software Exhibitions
International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
July 29 to August 1, 2007
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada

The International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC)
is the premier annual conference to present and discuss new developments
and original research results in all areas of symbolic mathematical
computation. Planned activities include invited presentations, research
papers, poster sessions, tutorial courses, vendor exhibits and software

Invited Speakers
* John J. Cannon (University of Sydney, Australia)
* William Kahan (UC Berkeley, USA)
* Jean Bernard Lasserre (CNRS, Toulouse, France)

Poster Sessions
Posters on all conference topics are welcome. Authors are invited
to submit an extended abstract of no more than 2 pages (A4 or letter)
describing the contents of the poster. PDF and PS formats
are preferred. A0 format is preferable but not mandatory.
Abstracts of posters will be distributed at the symposium.

Submission of posters can be done online at

Software Demonstrations
ISSAC 2007 organizes sessions to exhibit software packages produced
by academic developers. These sessions are intended to promote
software development activities in the areas of symbolic mathematical
computation. A software exhibition session consists of an illustration
of a piece of software by using a poster display and/or a laptop
computer display.

Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract of no more than
2 pages (A4 or letter) of their software presentation. Abstracts
of software exhibitions will be distributed at the symposium.
PDF and PS formats are preferred. The abstract must include a valid
link/contact address for downloading the software packages and
the documentations.

Please send your submission by email with the subject
[ISSAC'07 Software Exhibitions] to

Deadline for Posters and Software Exhibitions
* Submission deadline: June 5, 2007 (Midnight [24:00 EST])
* Notification of acceptance will be made by June 15, 2007.

ISSAC 2007 Organizing Committee


From: Amy Aldous <>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 10:43:50 -0400
Subject: Global Optimization Workshop - Toronto, May 11-12, 2007

Workshop on Global Optimization: Methods and Applications

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to the Workshop on Global Optimization: Methods
and Applications ­ to be held in Toronto May 11-12, 2007. Featured speakers:

Hsiao-Dong Chiang, Cornell University
Christodoulos A. Floudas, Princeton University
Ignacio E. Grossmann, Carnegie Mellon University
János D. Pintér, Pinter Consulting Services Inc., Halifax
Nick Sahinidis, University of Illinois
Panos M. Pardalos, University of Florida
Vivek Dua, University College London
Pierre Hansen, HEC Montreal
Yinyu Ye, Stanford University
Anthony Vannelli, University of Guelph
Ding-Zhu Du, University of Texas, Dallas

For more information, visit
Or contact Amy Aldous


Thomas F. Coleman (University of Waterloo)
Panos Pardalos, (University of Florida)
Stephen Vavasis (University of Waterloo)
Workshop organizers


From: Temur Kutsia <>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 12:05:49 +0200
Subject: Deadline Extension: Grants for RISC/SCIEnce Training School, Jun 2007

European Commission Framework 6 Programme
Integrated Infrastructures Initiatives
Symbolic Computation in Europe (SCIEnce)
June 24 - July 6, 2007
RISC, Castle of Hagenberg, Austria


The SCIEnce project provides grants to attend the Training School.
Grants cover:
- Travel
- Accommodation
- Daily allowance
- Free registration
- School materials
- Registration for the Algebraic Biology (AB2007) conference

Grant application deadline:

- April 23, 2007 (Extended)

Application procedure:

School web page:


From: "Mike Neamtu" <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 11:07:31 -0500
Subject: 10th SIAM Conference on Geometric Design and Computing, Nov 2007

10th SIAM Conference on Geometric Design and Computing
San Antonio, Texas, USA
November 4-8, 2007

The purpose of the conference is to bring together researchers to
discuss the mathematical and computational problems associated with
the application of geometry to current problems of design,
manufacturing, and the representation and analysis of physical
phenomena. The conference will be of interest to computer scientists,
engineers, and mathematicians interested in applying computational and
mathematical methods to problems and applications of a geometrical
nature, such as applications in medicine, biology, architecture, art,
and other areas.

At this time you are invited to contribute a lecture or a poster at
the conference. You may also want to consider organizing a
minisymposium on a topic of current interest. Below are some
highlights of the conference. For more details, please explore the
conference website listed above.

1) Nina Amenta, University of California at Davis
2) Alexander Bobenko, Technical University of Berlin
3) Geoffrey Butlin, TranscenData Europe Ltd.
4) Craig Gotsman, Technion, Israel
5) Lyle Noakes, The University of Western Australia
6) Helmut Pottmann, Vienna University of Technology
7) Ken Stephenson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
8) Kirk Haller, SolidWorks Corporation

Sep. 3 - Requests for travel support due
Sep. 7 - Submission of minisymposium proposals
Sep. 30 - Submission of abstracts
Oct. 14 - Last day of online registration

Two Short Courses will be held on the first day of the conference
(Sunday, November 4). There is no additional charge to attend these

We expect to have limited funds to assist with travel expenses of
students, postdocs, and other young participants, who have to pay a
substantial portion of their own costs. Please see the website for


From: "Laurence T. Yang" <>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 11:57:20 -0300
Subject: CFP: ISPA-07 Workshops, Aug 2007

You are invited to submit a paper to the following workshops to be held
with the Fifth International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed
Processing and Applications (ISPA'2007), at Niagara Falls, Ontario,
Canada, August 28 - September 1, 2007. For more details, please go to
the website at

ISPA'2007 Workshop Co-Chairs
Prof. Xubin He, Tennessee Technological University, USA
Prof. Parimala Thulasiraman, University of Manitoba, Canada

1. International Workshop on Security and Survivability in Distributed
Sensor Networks (SSDSN 2007), WebSite:

2. The 2nd International Workshop on Middleware and Performance (WOMP
2007), WebSite:

3. International Workshop on Ubiquitous Processing for Wireless Networks
(UPWN 2007), Website:

4. The 2007 International Workshop on Intelligent Systems and Smart
Home (WISH 2007), WebSite:

5. International Workshop on Semantic and Grid Computing (SGC 2007)

6. The 2nd International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Multimedia
Computing (ParDMCom 2007), WebSite:

7. International Workshop on Multicore and Hybrid Systems for Numerically
Intensive Computations (MHSN 2007),

8. The 3rd Workshop on High Performance Computing in Medicine and Biology
(HiPCoMB-2007), WebSite:

9. The 2nd International Workshop on Intelligent Systems Techniques for
Ad Hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks (IST-AWSN'07),

10. The 2nd International Workshop on Information Security & Digital
Forensics (ISDF'07), WebSite:


From: Iain Duff <>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 08:01:32 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Sparse Days at CERFACS


A number of colleagues and regular CERFACS visitors have asked me what the
plan is for the regular annual Sparse Days at CERFACS.

This year, as has been common roughly every other year, we will combine
our sparse days event with a more major international meeting. In fact,
this year, we will support and encourage you to support by your
attendance two meetings that will be held on the Meteo campus this summer.

The first is the Preconditioning 2007 meeting that is co-sponsored by
CERFACS and ENSEEIHT-IRIT. This will be held from July 9-12 (the week before
ICIAM 2007 in Zurich). Further information can be found through the Algo web
page at CERFACS ( or directly from

The second meeting will take place on October 11-12 2007 and will
commemorate the fact that CERFACS started on 1st October 1987, twenty
years ago. The 11th will be devoted to talks from well known personalities
who have had connections with CERFACS while the 12th will be specifically
an Algo Day, principally with speakers telling us how their technical (or
other) life was transformed by CERFACS and briefly describing their
current research or scientific work. There will be more on this shortly
on If there is a strong interest for more regular
scientific talks, then we will hold them on Wednesday 10th.

Best wishes


From: <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 16:04:43 +0400
Subject: ICTT-20: registration deadline is delayed

Dear colleagues!

The Organizing Committee informs you that the deadline for sending
ICTT-20 registration forms is delayed to the 1st of May, 2007. We
kindly ask you to send the form at your earliest convenience if you
have decided to participate in ICTT-20.

Looking forward to seeing you at our conference,
the Organizing Committee


From: Jean-FrdricGerbeau <>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 23:43:45 +0200
Subject: Short Course near Paris on Optimal Control, May 2007

We are pleased to announce the CEA-EDF-INRIA School entitled
"Optimal Control : Algorithms and Applications"
May 30 - June 1st 2007
INRIA Rocquencourt (near Paris & Versailles), France
Organizer: J.F. Bonnans

The aim of this school is twofold:
- give an overview of the algorithms for trajectory optimization:
reduction to a nonlinear programming problem, shooting type algorithms,
dedicated algorithms.
- present significant industrial applications, mainly concerning aerospace
trajectories and chemical engineering, and also the control of warehouse
cranes and robots, and water-jet cutting.

For more information, see



From: Ulrich Rude <>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 19:22:36 +0200
Subject: Deadline extensions for the SISC Special Issue on CS&E

The submission deadline for the

SIAM J. Scientific Computing

Special Issue on Computational Science & Engineering

has been extended by two weeks. New deadline:

May 15, 2007

Manuscripts and a cover letter should be submitted via SISC's online
submission system, see

Additional information:

Ulrich Ruede


Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 11:02:13 +0100
Subject: GWR Fellowship/Lectureship in Numerical Analysis/Scientific Computing

GWR Fellowship/Lectureship in Numerical Analysis/Scientific Computing
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Bath, UK


This department has a world class reputation for its research in
industrial mathematics, mathematical modelling, numerical analysis
and PDEs and hosts the Bath Institute for Complex Systems (BICS).
Applied mathematics obtained the top grade (5) in the 2001 Research
Assessment Exercise.

The position will start with a three year fellowship during which
the fellow will engage in a research project on numerical weather
prediction/data assimilation working with Professor Chris Budd and
Professor Ivan Graham in close collaboration with Professor Mike
Cullen at the UK Met Office.

The project will involve a substantial amount of scientific computing.
The fellow will also undertake a small amount of teaching.

Following successful completion of the fellowship, the fellow will
become a permanent faculty member of the Department of Mathematical
Sciences, University of Bath. They will be expected to undertake a
normal teaching load in mathematics and to engage in research
resonating with that of the department.

The appointment will start no later than October 2007 and salary will
be initially in line with current post-docs, with later advancement
on the lecturer scale.

Further details of the position and of the research project can be
found at For scientific enquiries please
contact Prof Chris Budd (


From: Bartosz Protas <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 22:48:24 -0400
Subject: Ph.D. Opening at McMaster University

An opening for a Ph.D. student is anticipated in the School of
Computational Engineering & Science at McMaster University. The
candidate will work with Dr. Protas on problems of PDE-constrained
optimization using adjoint-based techniques and the project will
involve collaboration with an Industrial Partner. Applicants should
have an M.Sc. degree in Applied Mathematics, Computer Science or a
relevant engineering discipline. The proposed start date is September
1, 2007. For further details, including admission procedures and
requirements and a description of the CES program, please consult the
following URL:

Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Protas at the address:

Bartosz Protas
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA L8S 4K1
Phone: +1 (905) 525 9140 ext. 24116
Fax: +1 (905) 522 0935


From: Sabine Van Huffel <>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 05:04:15 -0400
Subject: PhD Positions: Mathematical and Biomedical Engineering at KUL, Belgium

PhD-student Positions in Mathematical and Biomedical Engineering at
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

Location: Department of Electrical Engineering, Division ESAT-SCD, research
group BioMed, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

Research group.
The BIOMED team within the ESAT-SCD division consists of 1 staff member,
3 postdocs, 11 PhD students. Research - fundamental/theoretical as well as
application oriented - is performed in the domain of (multi)linear algebra,
(non)linear signal analysis, classification and system identification with
special focus to the development of numerically reliable and robust algorithms
for the extraction of clinically, biochemically or pharmaceutically relevant
information (e.g. metabolite concentrations in the brain) out of low-quality
multi-channel measurements in order to enable an improved medical diagnosis.
In this domain the group has built up an international reputation.
Applications under study are: quantification of metabolite concentrations
using in-vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic (MRS) data and images,
quantification of brain oxygenation in neonates using (functional)
Near-Infrared Spectroscopy, quantification of cardiovascular dynamics and
auto-regulation, detection of somato-sensory evoked potentials in EEG,
preoperative classification of (brain, ovarian, breast, prostate) tumours,
prediction/detection of epileptic seizures based on scalp-EEG monitoring.

Three PhD positions.
We seek one of more outstanding graduate students for the following
multidisciplinary research projects:

1.Numerical algorithms for tensor decompositions and tensor based signal
processing with applications in epileptic seizure detection;
2.Advanced signal processing for data fusion of multimodal information
acquired simultaneously (such as EEG, ECG, EMG, EOG, (functional) MR Imaging,
PET and SPECT) with applications in neonatal intensive care monitoring;
3.Integration of EEG and functional MR Imaging with applications in monitoring
cognitive disorders in patients with MS and ADHD.

The research is done in a multidisciplinary environment in strong
collaboration with the appropriate divisions in the University Hospitals
K.U.Leuven. All positions are immediately vacant. The PhD work will be
supervised by Prof. Sabine Van Huffel.

We are particularly seeking candidates with a Master-of-Science degree in
biomedical, electrical, computer science or mathematical engineering, in
bioengineering or in mathematics, and with strong interests in optimization,
signal processing, statistics, numerical computations, and biomedical
applications. The ability to become acquainted with new methods within short
time and good familiarity with scientific tools like MATLAB programming and
statistical analysis are appreciated. The chosen candidate will be an
enthusiastic person and initiator with good communication skills and a good
knowledge of English.

To apply, please send a CV and a cover letter before June 15, 2007 to Prof.
Sabine Van Huffel (
Information: The salary will be assigned according to the Belgian university
salary system. The PhD-student appointment is for the duration of four years.


From: Raimondas Ciegis <>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 12:44:17 +0300 (EEST)
Subject: Contents, Mathematical Modelling and Analysis Vol.12 No.2


The Baltic Journal on Mathematical Applications, Numerical Analysis
and Differential Equations
ISSN 1392-6292, ISSN 1648-3510 online, Electronical edition:

Raimondas {\v C}iegis (Editor) Volume 12, Number 2, 2007 (p. 157-276)


M. Annunziato
A Finite Difference Method for Piecewise Deterministic Processes with Memory

S. Atslega
Multiplicity Results for the Neumann Boundary Value Problem

V.V. Gudkov
Modelling of Rotations by Using Matrix Solutions of Nonlinear Wave Equations

O. Meronen, I. Tammeraid
Generalized N{\" o}rlund Method and Convergence Acceleration

E. Paliokas
Multidimensional Analogues of the Riemann-Hilbert Boundary Value Problem

S. Pe{\v c}iulyt{\. e}, A. {\v S}tikonas
On Positive Eigenfunctions of Sturm-Liouville Problem with Nonlocal

The Baltic Journal on Mathematical Applications, Numerical Analysis and Differential Equations
ISSN 1392-6292, ISSN 1648-3510 online, Electronical edition:

Raimondas {\v C}iegis (Editor) Volume 12, Number 2, 2007 (p. 157-276)


M. Annunziato
A Finite Difference Method for Piecewise Deterministic Processes with Memory

S. Atslega
Multiplicity Results for the Neumann Boundary Value Problem

V.V. Gudkov
Modelling of Rotations by Using Matrix Solutions of Nonlinear Wave Equations

O. Meronen, I. Tammeraid
Generalized N{\" o}rlund Method and Convergence Acceleration

E. Paliokas
Multidimensional Analogues of the Riemann-Hilbert Boundary Value Problem

S. Pe{\v c}iulyt{\. e}, A. {\v S}tikonas
On Positive Eigenfunctions of Sturm-Liouville Problem with Nonlocal Two-Point Boundary Condition

N. Sergejeva
On Fu{\v c}ik Spectra for Third Order Equations

G. I. Shishkin
Grid Approximation of Singularly Perturbed Parabolic Reaction-Diffusion Equations with Piecewise Smooth Initial-Boundary Conditions

A. Valuev
A New Model of Resource Planning for Optimal Project Scheduling

I. Yermachenko
On Solvability of the BVPs for the Fourth-Order Emden-Fowler Type Equations


From: Liz Martin <>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 16:45:31 +0100
Subject: Contents, Nonlinearity, volume 20, issue 5, May 2007


Volume 20, Issue 5, May 2007

Individual articles are free for 30 days following their publication on
the web. This issue is available at: URL:

Pages: 1031--1312


Effective dynamics for boson stars
J Fr\"ohlich, B L G Jonsson and E Lenzmann

A metric approach to the converse Lyapunov theorem for continuous
multivalued dynamics
A Siconolfi and G Terrone

Global existence and uniqueness result of a class of third-grade fluids
M Hamza and M Paicu

Shadowing orbits for transition chains of invariant tori alternating with
Birkhoff zones of instability
M Gidea and C Robinson

On the arithmetic sums of Cantor sets
K I Ero\u glu

The existence of a real pole-free solution of the fourth order analogue of
the Painlev\'e I equation
T Claeys and M Vanlessen

Decay of weak solutions and the singular set of the three-dimensional
Navier--Stokes equations
J C Robinson and W Sadowski

Generalized Bernstein property and gravitational strings in Born--Infeld
L Sibner, R Sibner and Y Yang

Passive tracer in a slowly decorrelating random flow with a large mean
T Komorowski and L Ryzhik

Computer assisted proofs for nonsymmetric planar choreographies and for
stability of the Eight
T Kapela and C Sim\'o
(Multimedia files accompany this article)

Mild solutions for the one-dimensional Nordstr\"om--Vlasov system
M Bostan

Resonances for weak coupling of the unfolding of a saddle-node periodic
orbit with an oscillator
C Baesens and R S MacKay

Combinatorics of linear iterated function systems with overlaps
N Sidorov


From: JosMarioMartnez <>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 13:31:57 -0400
Subject: Contents, Computational and Applied Mathematics, Vol 25, Issues 2-3, 2006

Computational and Applied Mathematics
Available on line:

On an inverse boundary value problem
Calderón, Alberto P.

A regularized solution with weighted Bregman distances for the inverse
problem of photoacoustic spectroscopy
Silva Neto, A.J.; Cella, N.

Four variations in global Carleman weights applied to inverse and
controllability problems
Osses, Axel

Semiconductors and Dirichlet-to-Neumann maps
Leitão, Antonio

Activity and attenuation recovery from activity dataonly in emission
computed tomographye
De Pierro, Alvaro R.; Crepaldi, Fabiana

A stability result via Carleman estimates for an inverse source problem
related to a hyperbolic integro-differential equation
Cavaterra, Cecilia; Lorenzi, Alfredo; Yamamoto, Masahiro

A one-shot inpainting algorithm based on the topological asymptotic analysis
Auroux, Didier; Masmoudi, Mohamed

Target identification of buried coated objects
Cakoni, Fioralba; Colton, David

Static two-player evasion-interrogation games with uncertainty
Banks, H.T.; Grove, S.L.; Ito, K.; Toivanen, J.A.

A unified regularization theory: the maximum non-extensive entropy principle
Velho, Haroldo F. de Campos; Shiguemori, Elcio H.; Ramos, Fernando M.;
Carvalho, João C.

Identification of the collision kernel in the linear Boltzmann equation by a
finite number of measurements on the boundary
Cipolatti, Rolci

A sharp observability inequality for Kirchhoffplate systems with potentials
Zhang, Xu; Zuazua, Enrique


From: "Badih Ghusayni" <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 06:38:28 +0300
Subject: Contents, Intl. Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science, 2(1)

Contents of Vol. 2, no. 1, 2007-International Journal of Mathematics
and Computer Science

G. E. Okecha, S. B. Ogundare, Fejér-type Rule for Integrals with
Discontinuous Kernels........................1

John N. Haddad, Serge B. Provost, Deepak Sanjel, A Relationship between
the Yule-Walker and the Maximum Likelihood Estimators of the AR(1)

P. K. Suri, Ashish Jolly, A Simulator for Planning Software Project

Gen-qiang Wang, Sui Sun Cheng, Yoshihiro Hamaya, Global Attractivity for
a Non-autonomous Neutral Difference Equation..............33

Kamel Rekab, Xin Yan, Mark Arlin Fauls, Asymptotic Optimality of Fully
Sequential Design and Stopping Rule for Myopic Design..............41

Naji Qatanani, Imad Alzeer, A New Approach for the Computation of the
Visibility Function for Heat Radiation Problem............... 49

Jerzy Kocik, Harmonic Evolutions on Graphs................65

Shuju Bai, Ebrahim Khosravi, Object Aggregation and Aggregation-tree in
Metadata Extraction from SVG Images..................83

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