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From: Frank Schmidt <>
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 04:01:50 -0500
Subject: Potentially serious bug in Matlab R2009b

There seems to be a serious bug in the current Matlab release R2009b that
occurs when solving a linear system of equations with the transpose. Here
is a small example:

A=[ 0 2 ; 1 0 ];
b=[ 2 ; 0 ];

ans =


whereas the correct solution is [ 0 ; 2 ]. The answer [ 0 ; 1 ] is the
solution of A\b, so it appears that the transpose sign ' is ignored.
However, the correct solution is returned when using

transpose(A)\b, A.'\b

instead of A'\b.

Interestingly, this bug does not occur for all matrices, for instance

A = [1 2 ; 1 1]

returns the correct result [ -2 ; 4 ].

The bug seems to be new in release R2009b and applies to Linux and Windows
32 and 64 bit versions. A bug report has been filed.


From: Natalia Kopteva <>
Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2009 04:53:50 -0500
Subject: Problems with Layer Phenomena, Limerick, Ireland, Jan 2010

8th Annual Workshop on Numerical Methods for Problems with Layer Phenomena

21-22 Jan 2010, University of Limerick, Ireland


A two day workshop is being organised by the Department of Mathematics and
Statistics at the University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, in cooperation
with the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry
(MACSI). The aim of the workshop is to bring together people, in the
mathematics and general scientific community, who have particular interests
in the development and applications of numerical methods for problems that
exhibit layer phenomena, such as boundary/interior layers in fluid flow and
other applications.


From: Vitaly Ganusov <>
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 14:56:19 -0500
Subject: Systems approaches in immunology, Santa Fe, Jan 2010

We invite submission of abstracts for oral or poster presentations at the
following international workshop that will take place in Santa Fe, NM on
January 10-11, 2010. The closing date for abstract submissions is December
1st, 2009.

Systems approaches in immunology: Advances and challenges in multi-scale

This meeting will bring together scientists involved in studying immunological
processes at the cellular, population, and organismal level, both
experimentally and theoretically, with the goal of discussing ways to combine
data and analyses at these different levels of complexity to form the basis of
systems immunology. We plan to involve scientists with expertise in the area
of experimental immunology and those with expertise in mathematical modelling
in immunology.

This workshop is being convened under the auspices of the Center for Nonlinear
Studies (Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, USA) and is being
organised by:

10-11 January 2010

There is no registration fee, but registration is required for participation
(use registration link on the webpage).

Information about the workshop is available on the CNLS website


From: Eric von Lieres <>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 09:22:19 -0500
Subject: Workshop on Trends in CSE, Germany, Mar 2010

ASIM Workshop on Trends in Computational Science and Engineering

March 3-5, 2010, Research Center Juelich, Germany

The workshop is designed for educating experts and PhD students in modeling,
simulation and computational science. The speakers will present methods,
tools, and applications from various fields, such as multi-scale methods,
distributed and high performance computing, optimization and parameter
estimation, digital image analysis, scientific workflows, modeling and
simulation of technical and biological systems.

PhD students are encouraged to present their work with a poster. Some graduate
schools will give credit points, and the best posters will be awarded with a

Important dates:

08.01.2010 Early bird registration closes
05.02.2010 Regular registration closes


From: Leo Liberti <>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 17:22:49 +0100
Subject: Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming (EWMINLP), Marseille, Apr 2010

EWMINLP 2010, CIRM (Marseille) 12-16 April 2010

Please note: The deadline for abstracts and posters has been changed
to *December 15, 2009*.

The European Workshop on Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming will take
place from April 12 to April 16, 2010, at the Centre International de
Rencontres Mathematiques, in Marseille. There will be a single track
of speakers: the list of confirmed invited speakers appears at the end
of this email.

In addition, there will be a number of contributed presentations and
some poster sessions. The important dates to be aware of are

*December 15, 2009*: Submission deadline (updated)
January 15, 2010: Acceptance notification

If you wish to contribute a presentation, please send an extended
abstract of your contribution, of 4 to 6 pages in PDF format, to All extended abstracts should be prepared
using the class file cedram-sem.cls, available for download at (Template
files, .tex and .bib, are also provided in case they prove helpful.)
Abstracts will be used for selection purposes. As few contributed
slots are available, this may not be an easy selection process.
Abstracts not accepted for oral presentation will be either accepted
as posters or rejected.

If you wish to contribute a poster, but do not wish to be considered
for a contributed presentation, please send an abstract of your
poster, of 1-2 pages in PDF format, to ewminlp AT Abstracts should be prepared using the class file
cedram-sem.cls (available for download at These
abstracts will be used for selection purposes.

The selection process for both contributed presentations and posters
will be coordinated by the conference organizers (Bonami, Liberti,
Miller, Sartenaer).

As more information becomes available, it will be posted at the
conference web site:


From: Marvin Ferber <>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 11:30:05 +0100
Subject: Parallel and Distributed Sci & Eng Computing (PDSEC), Atlanta, Apr 2010

The 11th International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed
Scientific and Engineering Computing (PDSEC-10)
April 23, 2010, Atlanta, USA
to be held in conjunction with IPDPS 2010

Scope and Interests:

The field of high performance computing has earned prominence through
advances in electronic and integrated technologies. Current times are
very exciting and the years to come will witness a proliferation in
the use of parallel and distributed systems. The scientific and
engineering application domains have a key role in shaping future
research and development activities in academia and industry,
especially when the solution of large and complex problems must cope
with tight timing schedules. This annual workshop brings together
researchers from computer science, applied mathematics and other
application areas of high-performance computing to present, discuss
and exchange ideas, results, work in progress and experiences in the
area of parallel and distributed computing for problems in science and
engineering applications and inter-disciplinary applications.

Submission Information:

Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that present original
unpublished research. Submitted papers should have at most 20 pages in
either PS or PDF format, with 5-10 keywords. The submission is via an
online submission system, see the workshop website for
details. Program Committee members and external reviewers will provide
at least three reviews to the authors. Papers will be ranked for
relevance to the workshop and technical merit. Accepted papers with at
most 8 pages will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press as
IPDPS-09 workshop proceedings. Selected best papers will be considered
for a special issue of an international journal.

Important Deadlines:

Paper submission due ........... December 04, 2009
Notification of acceptance ..... January 15, 2010
Final camera-ready paper ....... February 1, 2010


From: Didier Aussel <>
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 14:21:35 +0100
Subject: School, Variational inequalities and related problems, Vietnam, May 2010

CIMPA-UNESCO school "Variational inequalities and related problems"
Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
Dates: 10-21 May, 2010

We are pleased to announce that the CIMPA-UNESCO doctoral school
"Variational inequalities and related problems", will be held at the
Hanoi Institute of Mathematics, Hanoi, Vietnam, during May 10-21, 2010.

Main topics:
Variational and quasivariational inequalities (existence, stability),
numerical analysis of variational analysis, complementarity problems,
MPEC, and their stochastic versions, generalized Nash games, electricity

The Master students, PhD students and postdocs are mainly concerned, but
courses will also be adapted to teachers and researchers which would like
to update their knowledge or to become initiated into this domain of
variational inequalities.

The school will be essentially centered, during the ten days, on
seven courses. But it will also include two afternoons of
"participant/student seminars" during which the participants will have
the opportunity, as a talk or as a poster, to present their recent
research results.

List of speakers:
* Didier Aussel, University of Perpignan, France
* Masao Fukushima, Kyoto University, Japan
* Marc Lassonde, University Antilles-Guyane, France
* Dinh The Luc, University of Avignon, France and Hanoi
Institute of mathematics, Vietnam
* Boris Mordukhovich, Wayne State University, Detroit, USA
* Jong Shi Pang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
* Nguyen Dong Yen, Hanoi Institute of mathematics, Vietnam

List of courses :
* Introduction to variational inequalities and basic tools
* Existence and unicity results for variational inequalities
* Stability/sensitivity of parametrized variational inequalities
* Variational relations in infinite dimension
* Numerical analysis of variational inequalities
* Variational systems
* Applications in Operations Research

Grant for students are available.
Application procedure: see the web page
Deadline for registration : March 1st, 2010.

Visit the conference website at
for up-to-date information about the school.


From: cmam <>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 15:06:54 +0200
Subject: Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics, Poland, Jun 2010

International Conference:
Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics - CMAM-4
20 - 26 June, 2010
The Mathematical Research and Conference Center, Bedlewo, Poland

Basic topics
- modern numerical methods for discretization of ODEs and PDEs
- applications of numerical methods for solving problems of mathematical
physics and engineering problems
- parallel algorithms for solving systems of algebraic equations
- optimal complexity of adaptive algorithms

Invited speakers:
Valery Agoshkov (Russia),Georgios Akrivis (Greece), Soren Bartels
(Germany), Carsten Carstensen (Germany), Boris Chetverushkin (Russia),
Graeme Fairweather (USA), Mikhail Galanin (Russia), Ivan Gawriljuk
(Germany), Wolfgang Hackbusch (Germany), Pieter Hemker (The
Netherlands), Ronald Hoppe (USA and Germany), Bosko Jovanovich (Serbia),
Rolf Kornhuber (Germany), Ulrich Langer (Austria), Alexander Lapin
(Russia), Raytcho Lazarov (USA), Vladimir Makarov (Ukraine), Reinhard
Nabben (Germany), Maxim Olshanskii (Russia), Cesar Palencia (Spain),
Joseph Pasciak (USA), Sergei Pereverzev (Austria), Andreas Prohl
(Switzerland), Rolf Rannacher (Germany), Teresa Reginska (Poland),
Marcus Sarkis (USA), Reinhold Schneider (Germany), Ian Sloan
(Australia), Eitan Tadmor (USA), Lutz Tobiska (Germany), Vidar Thomee
(Sweden), Peter Vabishchevich (Russia), Gennadi Vainikko (Estonia),
Olof Widlund (USA), Henryk Wozniakowski (USA and Poland), Harry
Yserentant (Germany)

Everybody interested in topics of the conference is warmly invited to
attend the meeting and present a contributed talk. The deadline for
abstract within one page is February 1, 2010. The notification of
acceptance is March 1, 2010. Instructions and style file for the
preparation of the abstracts are available at


From: Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber <>
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 07:44:33 -0500
Subject: Advances in Continuous Optimization (EUROPT), Portugal, Jul 2010

Welcome to EUROPT's 10th Anniversary!

July 9-10, 2010, Aveiro, Portugal

This international workshop is organized by the EURO Working Group on
Continuous Optimization (EUROPT; as a
satellite meeting before the EURO XXIV conference in Lisbon

The workshop will be hosted by the University of Aveiro, one of the best and
modern universities in Portugal. Aveiro is located about 60 km to the south
from Porto. The town is surrounded by a system of marshlands that run 50
km parallel to the sea and has famous channels where moliceiro boats sail.

Invited Speakers:
Immanuel Bomze, University of Vienna; Mirjam Dur, University of Groningen;
Alexander Shapiro, Georgia Tech; Tamas Terlaky, Lehigh University;
Luis Vicente, University of Coimbra; Henry Wolkowicz, University of Waterloo

For closer information, e.g., on topics, committees and deadlines, please
visit the conference web site:

On behalf of the organizing committee, we invite you to participate in the
Workshop, giving a talk or organizing a thematic session.

Domingos M. Cardoso


From: "Cornford, Dan" <>
Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2009 23:59:11 +0000
Subject: Uncertainty in Computer Models, Sheffield, UK, Jul 2010


*Uncertainty in Computer Models 2010, July 12-14, 2010, Sheffield, UK*

Registration and abstract submission now open at

The Uncertainty in Computer Models 2010 (UCM 2010) Conference will
take place in Sheffield between 12th and 14th July 2010 and is open to
everyone interested in all aspects of model uncertainty, both
theoretical and practical. The conference focuses on statistical
methods to quantify and analyse the uncertainties in the predictions
of computer models.

Abstract submissions are invited for contributed talks and poster
presentations. For further information, registration and abstract
submission details and deadlines, please visit our website

*Invited Speakers*

- Prof Derek Bingham : SFU, Canada
- Dr Cari Kaufmann : Berkeley, USA
- Dr James Murphy : MET Office, UK
- Dr Jeremy Oakley : University of Sheffield, UK
- Dr Olivier Roustant : St Etienne, France
- Prof Darren Wilkinson : Newcastle University, UK


From: Peter Horn <>
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 07:12:19 -0500
Subject: Computer Algebra (ISSAC 2010), Munich, Germany, Jul 2010

ISSAC 2010, the leading conference in computer algebra, will take
place in Munich, Germany, July 25- 28, 2010. We have published the
"Call for Papers" and ask for your submissions. Please distribute this
information also to your colleagues. The deadline for abstracts /
submissions is January 14, 2010. A "Call for Software Presentations"
will also be distributed soon.

General Website:
Call For Papers:
Important Dates:
Program Committee:
Invited Speakers:

ISSAC 2010 invites the submission of original research contributions
to be considered for publication and presentation at the
conference. All areas of computer algebra and symbolic mathematical
computation are of interest. These include, but are not limited to:

- Algorithmic aspects: * Exact and symbolic linear, polynomial and
differential algebra. * Symbolic- numeric, homotopy, perturbation and
series methods. * Computational geometry, group theory and number
theory. * Summation, recurrence equations, integration, solution of
ODE & PDE. [...] - Software aspects: * Design of packages and
systems. * Data representation. * Software analysis. * Considerations
for modern hardware, e.g., current memory and storage technologies,
high performance systems and mobile devices. [...] - Application
aspects: * Applications that stretch the current limits of computer
algebra algorithms or systems, use computer algebra in new areas or
new ways or apply it in situations with broad impact.

If you are interested in receiving hardcopies of the poster (which
can be found on the website), please contact me with your full mailing
address at

Looking forward to a great conference in Munich! Best Regards, Peter Horn
(Publicity Chair ISSAC 2010)


From: Stefan Vandewalle <>
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2009 11:55:27 -0500
Subject: Intl. Congress Computational & Applied Math (ICCAM), Belgium, Jul 2010

ICCAM-2010, the 15th edition of the International Congress on Computational
and Applied Mathematics will take place at the University of Leuven in
Belgium from July 5 to July 9, 2010. The congress concentrates on the
analysis and application of computational techniques for scientific and
engineering problems.

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the congress. Abstracts
for a short communication (30 min.) should be submitted before April 15,
2010. The proceedings of the congress will appear in a special issue of the
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics.

Plenary lectures will be presented by: A. Borzi (Benevento, Italy), C.
Douglas (Wyoming, USA), T. Hopkins (Kent, U.K.), R. Lamour (Berlin,
Germany), F. Mazzia (Bari, Italy), W. Michiels (Leuven, Belgium), I. Sloan
(Sydney, Australia), M. Van Gijzen (Delft, The Netherlands)

More details about ICCAM-2010 can be found at:

Marc Goovaerts, Stefan Vandewalle, Marnix Van Daele
ICCAM-2010 conference directors


From: Des Higham <>
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2009 07:33:48 -0500
Subject: Industrial Mathematics position at University of Strathclyde, UK

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at
the University of Strathclyde, UK, is advertising for
a Senior Lecturer/Reader in Industrial Mathematics.
The successful candidate will have strong academic credentials
and a proven track record of high quality academic publications
coupled to experience of industrial research.

For further details, visit


From: William Sawyer <>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 19:02:51 +0100
Subject: Multiple positions in HPC at CSCS-ETHZ

CSCS is offering multiple 3-year post-doctoral positions within the
highly collaborative High Productivity High Performance Computing
(HP2C) Initiative. Details about HP2C are available at

Multiple Research Positions: HPC Software and Numerical Libraries

Successful candidates will have opportunities to work on leading edge
software and hardware technologies and to collaborate with
internationally renowned scientific research groups and supercomputing
centers as well as with HPC vendors.

Areas of interest include:

- Code development and optimization strategies for multi-core,
multi-threaded and unconventional processing systems, especially
GPGPU devices
- Benchmarking and performance evaluation of emerging technologies
(processing, communication, languages, parallel I/O, etc.)
- Development, tuning and porting of numerical libraries and packages
- Emerging programming paradigms and languages (e.g. PGAS, CUDA,
language directives and extensions, etc.)
- Implementation and tuning schemes for large-scale parallel file
- Fault tolerance strategies in systems and software

A successful candidate will be involved in contributing to one or more
areas of interest that are the focus of the HP2C project. The main
duties will include (but are not limited to):

- Code development, porting, evaluation and debugging for HP2C
advanced development and prototype systems
- Sharing expert information and providing guidance to the HP2C
project teams
- Publishing papers in high-quality refereed conferences and journals
- Actively collaborating with vendors, peer research institutions, and
HP2C applications development teams

The research positions have the following requirements:

- At least four (4) years of experience in HPC
- A degree in Computer Science, Applied Mathematics or Natural
Sciences with a background in parallel computation; a PhD is
required for post doc appointments
- Demonstrated experience and expertise in at least two (2) of the key
areas of interest
- Substantial code development experience in C, C++ or Fortran
- Working knowledge of parallel programming languages and systems
- An understanding of numerical methods and libraries is preferred
- Fluency (written and oral) in English

Please apply on line:

For additional information please contact Sadaf Alam,
phone +41 91 610 82 21.

Research Position: Parallel Algorithm Development for Earth and
Atmospheric Science Modeling

Successful candidates will have opportunities to work on leading edge
software and hardware technologies and to collaborate with
internationally renowned scientific research groups and supercomputing
centers as well as with HPC vendors.

The areas of focus of this position will be:

- The development, refinement and optimization of parallel algorithms
to make the overarching models run efficiently on emerging
multi-core/multi-threaded HPC technologies especially GPGPU devices
using CUDA
- Software re-engineering of large-scale Earth Science models, in
particular those solving partial differential equations and/or large
systems of linear equations
- Reformulation of algorithms to exploit existing optimized numerical
- Development, tuning and porting of numerical libraries and packages
- Optimization schemes for parallel file systems using high-level I/O

A successful candidate will be involved in contributing to several
focus areas of the HP2C project. The main duties will include (but
are not limited to):

- Code development, porting, evaluation and debugging for HP2C
advanced development and prototype systems
- Sharing expert information and providing guidance to the HP2C
project teams
- Publishing papers in high-quality refereed conferences and journals
- Actively collaborating with vendors, peer research institutions, and
HP2C applications development teams

The research positions have the following requirements:

- At least four (4) years of experience in HPC
- A doctoral degree in Applied Mathematics or Earth Sciences with a
background in parallel computation
- Demonstrated experience and expertise in at least two (2) of the key
areas of focus
- Substantial code development experience in Fortran and C/C++.
Experience with GPGPU programming using CUDA is highly desirable.
- Demonstrated experience with numerical methods
- Working knowledge of parallel programming languages and systems
- Fluency (written and oral) in English

Please apply on line:

For additional information please contact William Sawyer,
phone +41 91 610 82 29.

Swiss National Supercomputing Centre
Galleria 2
Via Cantonale
CH-6928 Manno, Switzerland


From: Carol Woodward <>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 11:29:30 -0500
Subject: Postdoctoral position at Lawrence Livermore Natinoal Laboratory

The Center for Applied Scientific Computing (CASC) has an opening for a
postdoctoral researcher to perform advanced research and development in the
area of a posteriori numerical discretization error estimation for Uncertainty
Quantification. The research will emphasize adjoint and direct error
evolution techniques applied to hyperbolic and advection-dominated parabolic
systems discretized with finite-difference and finite-volume schemes. The
successful candidate will develop and analyze new error estimation techniques,
will develop software to apply and evaluate the performance of these methods,
and will publish their results. In addition, the successful candidate will be
expected to pursue independent, but complementary, research. Strong
interaction with a broad spectrum of scientists is expected. Will report to
the Scientific Computing Group Leader within CASC.

NOTE: This is a one-year term appointment with the possibility of extension to
a maximum of three years. Eligible candidates are recent PhD's within five
years of the month of the degree award at time of employment offer.

To Apply: go to and search for posting 008722.


From: christian vergara <>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 09:44:36 +0100
Subject: Post-doc position at University of Bergamo

A PostDoc fellowship is available at Universitŕ degli Studi Bergamo,
in collaboration with Hospital Policlinico of Milan and Istituto M. Negri.
This position will be for 1 year for a total of 28871.39 euros. The project
will be coordinated by Policlinico of Milan (dr. Domanin for the surgery
topics and dr. Biondetti for the radiology ones). The goals of the project
will be the 3D reconstruction of biomedical images obtained from TAC or MRI,
in collaboration with the Istituto M. Negri (dr. L. Antiga), and the
numerical simulations in the 3D realistic geometries, in collaboration with
the Universitŕ degli Studi di Bergamo (dr. C. Vergara). The candidate should
have a Ph.D degree in the fields of applied mathematics, bio-engineering or
physics, with a good knowledge of fluid-dynamics and scientific computing,
in particular of the finite element method. The knowledge of the C++
language will be appreciated. A succesfull candidate is due to start in
January 2010. To apply, please send CV and publication list to For more details please write to Christian
Vergara (


From: Fasma Diele <>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 12:04:22 -0500
Subject: Research Fellowship at IAC (CNR), Bari, Italy

A one-year research fellowship is available for numerical integration of
ODE's. The researcher will join the group on "Numerical algorithms for
differential equations which preserve some qualitative features" at the
Istituto per Applicazioni del Calcolo "M.Picone", CNR in Bari, Italy
( The chair of the research project RSTL id.332 is
Fasma Diele ( The research
group works on symplectic integration schemes for time-dependent
Hamiltonian systems, as occurring in optimal control problems. The candidate
should have a Master's degree in mathematics/physics/engineering with a
focus on numerical analysis. The PhD degree is preferred. Knowledge of
symplectic one-step schemes for ODE is required. Candidates can contact
Fasma Diele ( for additional informations. Deadline
for applications: January 11th, 2010.


From: Martin Berzins <>
Date: Sun, 29 Nov 2009 18:06:41 -0700 (MST)
Subject: Contents, Applied Numerical Mathematics, Vol. 60, Iss. 1-2, 2010

>From Martin Berzins

Applied Numerical Mathematics, Vol. 60, Iss. 1-2,

1. Bounds of the error of Gauss-Turán-type quadratures, II pp 1-9
Gradimir V. Milovanovi˙˙, Miodrag M. Spalevi˙˙, Miroslav S. Prani˙˙

2. Two-grid finite volume element methods for semilinear parabolic
problems pp 10-18
Chuanjun Chen, Wei Liu

3. Optimal a priori estimates for higher order finite elements for
elliptic interface problems pp 19-37
Jingzhi Li, Jens Markus Melenk, Barbara Wohlmuth, Jun Zou

4. Least-squares hp/spectral element method for elliptic problems pp 38-54
N. Kishore Kumar, G. Naga Raju

5. Unconditional convergence of DIRK schemes applied to dissipative
evolution equations pp 55-63
Eskil Hansen, Alexander Ostermann

6. A posteriori error analysis for the normal compliance problem pp 64-73
J.R. Fernández, P. Hild

7. Multidimensional first and second order symmetric Strang splitting
for hyperbolic systems pp 74-82
Milan Kucharik, Burton Wendroff

8. Towards efficient interface conditions for a Schwarz domain
decomposition algorithm for an advection equation with biharmonic
diffusion pp 83-93
Elise Nourtier-Mazauric, Eric Blayo

9. The ERES method for computing the approximate GCD of several
polynomials pp 94-114
D. Christou, N. Karcanias, M. Mitrouli

10. Lipschitz and Hölder global optimization using space-filling
curves pp 115-129
D. Lera, Ya.D. Sergeyev

11. Non-stationary subdivision schemes for surface interpolation based
on exponential polynomials pp 130-141
Yeon Ju Lee, Jungho Yoon

12. Hierarchical error estimates for finite volume approximation
solution of elliptic equations pp 142-153
Qingsong Zou

13. Some reduced finite difference schemes based on a proper
orthogonal decomposition technique for parabolic equations pp 154-164
Ping Sun, Zhendong Luo, Yanjie Zhou


From: cmam <>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 17:17:36 +0200
Subject: Contents, Comp. Meth. Appl. Math., Vol. 9 (2009), No. 4

Contents Comp. Meth. Appl. Math., Vol. 9 (2009), No. 4

All papers are available at our web-site .

Solving nonlinear Volterra-Fredholm integro-differential equations
using the modiefied Adomian decomposition method
M.A. Fariborzi Araghi and Sh. Sadigh Bahzadi (Iran)

Numerical method for finding bifurcation points of the linear
two-parameter eigenvalue problem
V.V. Khlobystov and B.M. Podlevskyi (Ukraine)

An adaptive scheme to handle the phenomenon of quenching for a
localized semilinear heat equation with Neumann boundary conditions
Th. Kouakou, Th. Boni, and R.K. Kouakou (Cote d'Ivoire)

Mixed hybrid finite element method for a variational inequality with
a quasi-linear operator
A. Lapin (Russia)

Some remarks on residual-based stabilisation on inf-sup stable
discretisations of the generalised Oseen problem
G. Matthies, G. Lube, and L. Rohe (Germany)

Numerical solution of a nonlocal problem modelling ohmic heating of
foods C.V. Nikolopoulos (Greece)

A Fourier pseudospectral method for solving coupled viscous Burgers
Abdur Rshid and Ahmad Izani Bin Md. Ismail (Malaysia)

Development of the Tau method for the numerical solution of
two-dimensional linear Volterra integro-differential equations
A. Tari, M.Y. Rahimi, S. Shahmorad, and F. Talati (Iran)

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