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NA Digest, V. 13, # 32

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Subject: NA Digest, V. 13, # 32

NA Digest  Tuesday, October 01, 2013  Volume 13 : Issue 32

Today's Editor:

	Daniel M. Dunlavy
	Sandia National Labs
	[log in to unmask]

Today's Topics:

	New Book, Nonlinear Control Under Nonconstant Delays
	Manchester-NAG-RAL Workshop, UK, Oct 2013
	ENUMATH 2015, Turkey, Sep 2015
	Full Professor Position, Parallel Programming, TU Darmstadt
	Faculty Positions, ISE, Lehigh Univ
	Faculty Positions, School of ORIE, Cornell Univ
	Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Positions, Math, HKBU
	Researcher Position, Parallel Computing
	Teaching Position, CS and SW Eng, Innopolis Univ
	Postdoc Position, Clemson Univ
	Postdoc Position, Computational Math, Lawrence Livermore
	Postdoc Position, Computational Math, U Colorado Boulder
	Postdoc and PhD Positions, TU Delft
	PhD Position, Comp Multiphysics, Swansea Univ
	Erasmus Mundus Master Programme, CSE
	Call for papers, Formal Sciences, Akademeia
	Publications in Honour of Biswa Datta
	Contents, Applied and Comp Math, 12 (3)
	Contents, Communications in Computational Physics, 14 (2)
	Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 64 (2)
	Contents, Pure and Applied Mathematics, 4 (2)

Subscribe, unsubscribe, change address, or for na-digest archives:
	http://www.netlib.org/na-digest-html/faq.html

Submissions for NA Digest:
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From: Bruce Bailey [log in to unmask]
Date: September 27, 2013
Subject: New Book, Nonlinear Control Under Nonconstant Delays

Nonlinear Control Under Nonconstant Delays
Nikolaos Bekiaris-Liberis and Miroslav Krstic

2013 / xii + 299 pages / Hardcover / ISBN 9781611973174 / List Price
$99.00 / SIAM Member Price $69.30 / Order Code DC25

The authors have developed a methodology for control of nonlinear
systems in the presence of long delays, with large and rapid variation
in the actuation or sensing path, or in the presence of long delays
affecting the internal state of a system. In addition to control
synthesis, they introduce tools to quantify the performance and the
robustness properties of the designs provided in the book.

The book is based on the concept of predictor feedback and infinite-
dimensional backstepping transformation for linear systems and the
authors guide the reader from the basic ideas of the concept — with
constant delays only on the input — all the way through to nonlinear
systems with state-dependent delays on the input as well as on system
states.

It is intended for researchers working on control of delay systems,
including engineers, mathematicians, and students.

To order, or for more information about this and all SIAM books,
please visit http://www.siam.org/books.


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From: Nick Higham [log in to unmask]
Date: September 23, 2013
Subject: Manchester-NAG-RAL Workshop, UK, Oct 2013

Manchester-NAG-RAL Workshop (MNR13)
October 23, 2013
School of Mathematics, The University of Manchester

The aim of the workshop is to highlight recent advances in numerical
analysis, numerical software and high performance computing at the
University of Manchester, NAG, and the Numerical Analysis Group at the
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL).

For programme and registration please see
http://www.mims.manchester.ac.uk/events/workshops/MNR13/


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From: Bulent Karasozen [log in to unmask]
Date: September 26, 2013
Subject: ENUMATH 2015, Turkey, Sep 2015

The ENUMATH 2015 conference will be hosted by IAM at METU
Ankara from 14 to 18th September 2015.

The European Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications(ENUMATH)
conferences are a forum for discussion of basic aspects and new trends
in numerical mathematics and challenging scientific and industrial
applications on the highest level of international expertise.

Conference web page: http://enumath2015.iam.metu.edu.tr/

Important dates
15.01.2015: online abstract submission and registration open
15.03.2015: abstract submission deadline
15.04.2015: notification of acceptance
15.05.2015: early registration deadline
15.06.2015: registration deadline for speakers


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From: Christian Bischof [log in to unmask]
Date: September 30, 2013
Subject: Full Professor Position, Parallel Programming, TU Darmstadt

The Department of Computer Science of TU Darmstadt invites
applications for the position of a

Full Professor for „Parallel Programming“

effective as soon as possible.

The search is for an outstanding candidate whose research focusses on
increasing the productivity of parallel programming for technical and
scientific applications, either by simplifying the task of producing
efficient and correct programs for parallel computers, or by providing
an understanding and performance safeguards for codes on massively
parallel systems. This position is intended to further strengthen TU
Darmstadt’s competence in high-performance computing for technical and
scientific applications. Relevant topics include, but are not limited
to the following areas:

- New paradigms of parallel programming
- (Semi-)automatic program generation for parallel computers
- Methods for scalable libraries for parallel computers
- Translators and/or runtime systems for parallel computers
- Tools for the performance analysis of parallel programs

Interdisciplinary experience in applying these methods in
collaboration with engineers and scientists is expected.

An active participation in the graduate school “Computational
Engineering” as well as connections to other research areas of the
computer science department are desirable.

Further details can be found in the official position posting at
http://www.intern.tu-darmstadt.de/dez_vii/stellen/stellen_details_109253.en.jsp


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From: Tamás Terlaky [log in to unmask]
Date: September 23, 2013
Subject: Faculty Positions, ISE, Lehigh Univ

Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Lehigh University
Junior and Endowed Chair Positions

The department invites nominations and applications for
- one tenure track Assistant Professor position, and
- one Full/Associate Professor position, the Wilmott Endowed Faculty
Chair.

Candidates for both positions are expected to have strong
methodological backgrounds in ISE-relevant disciplines, including
operations research, systems engineering and computational sciences.
Candidates with strength in university strategic areas, such as
healthcare and energy systems, are especially encouraged to apply.
Candidates for either position must demonstrate a strong commitment to
undergraduate and graduate education, and conduct an active research
program.  Candidates for the Wilmott Chair should have strong external
support, and be willing to lead interdisciplinary research
opportunities within the college and university.

Applications for both positions must be submitted through
AcademicJobsOnline.  More extensive descriptions and links to the
application sites may be found at:
http://www.lehigh.edu/ise/careers.html.

Lehigh University is committed to increasing the diversity and
inclusion of the university community and curriculum.

Review of applications for the Assistant Professor position will begin
November 1, 2013.  Inquiries may be addressed to Bob Storer,
[log in to unmask]

Review of applications for the Wilmott Chair will be done on a rolling
basis and will continue until the position is filled.  Inquiries may
be addressed to Ted Ralphs [log in to unmask] or Katya Scheinberg
[log in to unmask]

Lehigh University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer
and provides equal opportunity on the basis of merit without
discrimination because of race, color, religious creed, ancestry,
national origin, age, handicap, gender, sexual orientation, or union
membership.


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From: Human Resources at Cornell Univ [log in to unmask]
Date: September 25, 2013
Subject: Faculty Positions, School of ORIE, Cornell Univ

Cornell University's School of Operations Research and Information
Engineering (ORIE) seeks to fill up to two tenured/tenure-track
faculty positions for its Ithaca campus. Applicants with research
interests in all areas of operations research and information
engineering will be considered, but applicants in areas aligned
with the School’s current strategic plan will receive primary
consideration: the plan seeks to strengthen the School’s leading
role in advancing the analytical, methodological, and modeling
tools of operations research together with the potential of “Big
Data” and the information revolution.

Requisite is a strong interest in the broad mission of the School,
exceptional potential for leadership in research and education, an
ability and willingness to teach at all levels of the program, and
a PhD in operations research, mathematics, statistics, or a related
field by the start of the appointment. Salary will be appropriate
to qualifications and engineering school norms.

Cornell ORIE is a diverse group of high-quality researchers and
educators interested in probability, optimization, statistics,
simulation, and a wide array of applications such as manufacturing,
e-commerce, supply chains, scheduling, transportation systems,
health care, financial engineering, service systems and network
science. We value mathematical and technical depth and innovation,
and experience with applications and practice. Ideal candidates
will have correspondingly broad training and interests.
Please apply online at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3039
with a cover letter, CV, statements of teaching and research
interests, sample publications, list of reference letter writers
and, for junior applicants, a doctoral transcript. Applications
will be reviewed starting on October 1, 2013 (prior to the annual
INFORMS conference); although all applications completed by
November 15, 2013, will receive full consideration, candidates are
urged to submit all required material as soon as possible.
Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Find us online at http://hr.cornell.edu/jobs or
Facebook.com/CornellCareers

Diversity and inclusion have been and continue to be a part of our
heritage.  Cornell University is a recognized EEO/AA employer and
educator.

http://www.click2apply.net/kwf878w


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From: Michael Ng [log in to unmask]
Date: October 01, 2013
Subject: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Positions, Math, HKBU

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Positions, MATH HKBU

The Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong Baptist University with
strong commitment in first-class research and nurturing high-quality
students, now invites applications for a Professor/Associate
Professor/Assistant Professor. We are seeking exceptionally qualified
candidates with expertise in areas including, but not limited to,
imaging sciences, optimization, numerical analysis and scientific
computing.

A Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics or a related scientific field,
demonstrated excellence in research and teaching, are required. For
more information, please contact Michael Ng ([log in to unmask]) or
Tao Tang ([log in to unmask]).

To apply for the position: please visit and submit the application
form http://pers.hkbu.edu.hk/job_details.php?page_id=6&job_id=1925


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From: Luiz Mariano Carvalho [log in to unmask]
Date: September 27, 2013
Subject: Researcher Position, Parallel Computing

The project "Parallel Solutions of Linear Systems in Reservoir
Simulation", developed by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and
other Brazilian universities in collaboration with CENPES/Petrobras
(the R&D center of the Brazilian oil company), is seeking candidates
for a researcher position.

This is a four-year project focused on the design of efficient
parallel algorithms for the solution of linear systems arising from
Reservoir Simulation. Such algorithms must be suitable for a wide
variety of configurations, ranging from multicore desktops to
traditional clusters, GPU clusters, and Intel Xeon Phi
accelerators. These techniques will be incorporated into reservoir
simulators actually used in the petroleum industry.

The successful candidate should have a PhD in Computer Sciences,
Applied Math, Engineering, or a related field and be knowledgeable in
Computational Linear Algebra, Numerical Methods for PDEs,
Optimization, or associated subject.  Former experience in the
implementation of numerical methods on parallel machines using
MPI/OpenMP, and C/C++ is required.  Experience in CUDA/OpenCl and
scientific computing libraries (such as PETSc, Trilinos, MKL, etc.)
are a plus.

The candidate must have good communication skills, in writing as well
as in oral presentations, and the ability to collaborate with other
researchers and with students. He/she should also take initiative and
be able to work independently.

The candidate should be available to start the job by January 2014.

Interested candidates should contact Prof. Luiz Mariano Carvalho
([log in to unmask]) and Prof. Paulo Goldfeld ([log in to unmask]),
sending a CV and a short essay explaining how his/her training and
experience qualify him/her for the job and describing the subject and
the relevance of his/her publications. Three recommendation letters
should be sent directly by their authors to the email addresses
above. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


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From: Innopolis University [log in to unmask]
Date: September 27, 2013
Subject: Teaching Position, CS and SW Eng, Innopolis Univ

Innopolis University is looking for highly professional personnel in
teaching BSc Program Computer Science and Software Engineering.

For details please visit: http://innopolis.ru/en/university/careers/

Innopolis University is an innovative University specializing in
Information Technologies, the first of its kind.  As a partner of
Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Innopolis will deliver undergraduate
and graduate education degree programs.  Its primary objective is to
educate highly-qualified technical staff for the Russian IT
sector. http://innopolis.ru/en/university/description/


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From: Ilya Safro [log in to unmask]
Date: September 26, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Clemson Univ

Please see full ad at
http://people.cs.clemson.edu/~isafro/postdoc2013.html

The School of Computing at Clemson University is seeking applicants
for Post-Doctoral Research Fellow position with an emphasis on
computational problems in data mining, machine learning, and
recommendation systems. This position will report to Dr. Ilya Safro in
the School of Computing at Clemson University, and work with a team
that includes Dr. Amy Apon in the School of Computing, Clemson
University, and Dr. Mark Wess, the Chief Medical Information Officer
at Greenville Hospital System. Projects will focus on the analysis of
medical texts, data mining, knowledge discovery, and recommendation
systems.

Candidates with solid background in computational machine learning,
data mining, IR, text analysis, recommendation systems are encouraged
to apply. Strong implementation skills are required. We will consider
candidates with strong language skills only. The Post- Doctoral Fellow
can expect to gain experience in grant and paper writing, and
multidisciplinary collaboration. A Ph.D. in Computer Science or a
closely related field is required. Interested applicants should send a
CV describing their background, skill set, and a brief research
statement with career goals, along with the names and contact
information of at least three references to Dr.  Ilya Safro
([log in to unmask]). Applications received by 11/15/2013 will
receive full consideration, though the search will remain open until
the position is filled.


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From: Rob Falgout [log in to unmask]
Date: September 25, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Computational Math, Lawrence Livermore

There is an immediate opening for a postdoc in the Center for Applied
Scientific Computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the
area of algebraic multigrid solvers for the solution of linear systems
that arise from reservoir simulations in the oil and gas industry. For
full text and to apply, go to

https://careers-
prd.llnl.gov/psc/careers/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/s/WEBLIB_LL.VIEW_JOBS_LL.FieldFormula.IScript
_View_Jobs_LL?KEYWORD=11531&q=search&x=8&y=10&

or visit the LLNL Careers web site and search for opening 11531.


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From: Per-Gunnar Martinsson [log in to unmask]
Date: September 30, 2013
Subject: Postdoc Position, Computational Math, U Colorado Boulder

JOB TITLE: Postdoctoral associate
STARTING DATE: Earliest possible
LOCATION: Dept. of Applied Mathematics, U. of Colorado at Boulder
ACADEMIC ADVISER: Gunnar Martinsson, [log in to unmask]

SUMMARY: We have one opening for a motivated and enthusiastic
researcher to work on randomized algorithms in numerical linear
algebra. Areas of particular interest include: techniques for
computing partial spectral decompositions; development of algorithms
for multicore and parallel computers; and applications to graph
Laplacians, data mining, and related problems. The successful
applicant will be expected to conduct innovative research, to develop
software, and to publish his or her results in leading journals.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Ph.D. in mathematics, computer science,
statistics, or a related area, with a strong record of academic
performance; (2) evidence of relevant research expertise in the form
of technical publications, presentations, software, and/or knowledge
of applications; (3) expertise in numerical linear algebra; (4)
competence in developing software for scientific computation.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Expertise in one or more of the following
areas: randomized algorithms in linear algebra, graph and network
analysis, parallel algorithm design, spectral algorithms in data
mining, tensor decompositions; (2) experience with multicore and
parallel computing; (3) a background in solving practical problems in
science and engineering that involve encounters with real-world data.

For more information, please contact Gunnar Martinsson at:
[log in to unmask]


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From: Michel Verhaegen [log in to unmask]
Date: September 24, 2013
Subject: Postdoc and PhD Positions, TU Delft

Topic: Integrated Real-time Feedback Control and post-processing for
image Restoration

The position are forumlated in 4 integrated, multi-disciplinary
research projects:

Project 1: System identification of the spatial-temporal wavefront
aberration dynamics.  (PhD Position – 4 years – starting beginning
2014)

Project 2: Experiment Design and Wavefront Reconstruction.  (PhD
Position – 4 years starting beginning 2014)

Project 3: Distributed Robust Feedback Control and Updating.
(Postdoctoral Research fellows – 3 years – staring beginning 2015 and
PhD Position – 4 years – starting beginning 2015)

Project 4: High Performance and low cost Adaptive Optics and integral
validation in 2 laboratory demonstrators.  (Postdoctoral Research
fellows – 3 years – staring beginning 2015 and PhD Position – 4 years
– starting beginning 2015)

Interested Researchers with a background in Numerical Analysis,
Optics, Image and Signal processing, and/or Systems and Control are
urged to apply. Your applications should include a recent copy of your
curriculum with 3 names of scientists that can provide a reference to
you, copies of 3 of your most prestigious publications or a summary of
your MSc thesis (for PhD applicants) and 1 motivation page stating
your interest in the project. Your application package should be
emailed to Prof. M. Verhaegen at [log in to unmask] From here
more information can be required about the research project and doing
research in the Netherlands.


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From: Paul Ledger [log in to unmask]
Date: October 01, 2013
Subject: PhD Position, Comp Multiphysics, Swansea Univ

Applications are invited to the Civil and Computational Research
Centre, Swansea University, for a PhD in the field of Computational
Multiphysics. This project is in collaboration with Siemens Magnet
Technology (SMT) and will be funded by an Engineering and Physical
Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) case award with an enhanced stipend.

The aim of this PhD is to develop efficient computational analysis
tools for the prediction of heat-loads and mechanical vibrations
arising from the electromechanical coupling that results during the
operation of MRI scanners. The problem is challenging since it
involves the coupling of different physics and yet rewarding since its
successful completion will lead to the embedding of the developed
methodology into the routine magnet design process at Siemens Magnet
Technology (SMT).

We particularly welcome applications from candidates with a strong
background in computational science and engineering, computational
mechanics and or applied mathematics.

For further details please see
http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/research/engineeringphddevelop
mentofcoupledelectrical-mechanical.php

To find out more or submit an application please contact either Dr
Paul Ledger ([log in to unmask]) or Dr Antonio Gil
([log in to unmask]).


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From: Michael Hanke [log in to unmask]
Date: September 27, 2013
Subject: Erasmus Mundus Master Programme, CSE

"Computer Simulation for Science and Engineering" (COSSE) is an
Erasmus Mundus Master's programme in the field of Computational
Science and ngineering jointly offered by four European universities:
- KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
- Technical University of Berlin, Germany
- Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
- Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen, Germany.

Erasmus Mundus is an EU programme supporting university cooperation at
the master and doctoral levels. It aims to provide top-quality
European education to attract the best students from all over the
world. The programmes are offered by a group of partner universities
and include studies in at least two European countries. COSSE is
generously supported by the European Union including a competitive
stipend programme.

The applications deadline for the academic year 2014/15 is November
30, 2013.

For up-to-date and more detailed information, please refer to
http://www.kth.se/cosse.


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From: Mojtaba Moradi [log in to unmask]
Date: September 24, 2013
Subject: Call for papers, Formal Sciences, Akademeia

Call for papers on Formal Sciences (mathematics, statistics, computer
science)

Akademeia is an open access journal that publishes original research,
reviews, and creative works from the sciences, and humanities. We do
not charge subscription fees to readers, or publication fees for
authors. Submissions are subject to double- blinded peer review and
are published online as soon as they are ready. As a multidisciplinary
journal, we provide a special opportunity for publication of
interdisciplinary work. The key criteria for publication in Akademeia
are originality, and scientific or technical merit. Prospective
authors should consult the most recent Guide For Authors, available on
our website: http://www.akademeia.ca.

Submit your articles by registering on our website as an author.  You
will be taken through a 5-step submission process through our online
manuscript management system:
http://akademeia.ca/index.php/main/user/register

Questions? Direct inquiries to the Editors-in-Chief at
[log in to unmask], or Formal Sciences Editor at
[log in to unmask]


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From: Eric Chu [log in to unmask]
Date: September 26, 2013
Subject: Publications in Honour of Biswa Datta

Biswa Nath Datta has been honored by the following recent publications
dedicated to him.

A special issue of the journal "Numerical Linear Algebra with
Applications" ( Vol. 20, 167-170, 2013) , has been dedicated to Biswa
Nath Datta. The issue contains 17 papers, which address a variety of
the theoretical issues, and applications, associated with inverse
problems. The publication recognizes Biswa Datta's many significant
contributions to linear algebra and control theory.

A research monograph entitled "Numerical Linear Algebra in Signals,
Systems and Control" ( Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 80,
Springer, 2011), was dedicated to Biswa Nath Datta.  It contains
contributions by some of the leading researchers in these areas which
included several invited talks delivered at the International workshop
under the same title held at the Indian Institute of Technology,
Kharagpur, India in 2007. Datta was honored at a banquet ceremony
organized by the local IEEE Chapter during the conference for "his
numerous contributions in the area of numerical linear algebra with
control and systems theory, and signal processing".

A special issue of the journal "Linear Algebra and its Applications" 
(Volume 434, Issue 7, April, 2011) , was dedicated to Datta "in
recognition of his contributions to Linear Algebra, his enthusiasm for
linear algebra and its applications, and his efforts over the years to
bring together researchers in Linear Algebra with scientists and
engineers, who work on applications for which linear algebra is
essential". It was noted there that "Biswa Datta's enthusiasm for
Linear Algebra and its applications has been a source of inspiration
for many colleagues and students".


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From: Fikret Aliev [log in to unmask]
Date: September 30, 2013
Subject: Contents, Applied and Comp Math, 12 (3)

Applied and Computational Mathematics an International Journal
Vol.12, No.3, October, 2013
ISSN 1683-3511, http://www.acmij.az

On Efficiency of Combined Daubechies Wavelets and Statistical
Parameters Applied in Mammography, M. Asadzadeh, E. Hashemi ,
A. Kozakevicius

Solution of the Inverse Problem to Determine the Hydraulic Resistance
Coefficient in the Gas Lift Process, F.A. Aliev, N.A. Ismailov

Computation of Optimal H-infinity Controllers and Approximations of
Fractional Order Systems: A Tutorial Review, A. E. Karagul, O. Demir,
H. Ozbay

Technological Control and Optimization Problems in Oil Production:
Theory and Practice, R.S. Gurbanov, N.B. Nuruyev, R.S. Gurbanov

Kalman Type Filter for Systems with Delay in Observation Noise,
A. Bashirov, Z. Mazhar, S. Erturk

Post-Optimal Analysis in a Multicriteria Boolean Problem of Investment
Risk Management Based on Markowitz's Portfolio Theory, V. Emelichev,
V. Korotkov

Solving Meridian ARC Distance Problem Using Computer Algebra,
F. Yıldırım

A New Approach to Determine the Convergence-Control Parameter in the
Application of the Homotopy Analysis Method to Systems of Linear
Equations, M. Ghanbari, S. Abbasbandy, T. Allahviranloo

A Numerical Method for Spatially Non-Decaying Conservation Laws on
Unbounded Domains, P. Kim, C.H. Lee

Matrix Characterization of P-Limit Theorems and Complete
P-Convergence, R.F. Patterson, E. Savas

Matching Index of Uncertain Graph: Concept and Algorithm, J. Peng,
B. Zhang


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From: Zhonghua Qiao [log in to unmask]
Date: September 24, 2013
Subject: Contents, Communications in Computational Physics, 14 (2)

Communications in Computational Physics (CiCP) Free downloadable
Volume 14, Number 2, 2013
http://www.global-sci.com/issue/contents/14/issue2.html

Amit Samanta and Weinan E, Optimization-based string method for
finding minimum energy path, pp. 265-275.

Tiao Lu, Wei Cai, Jianguo Xin and Yinglong Guo, Linear scaling
discontinuous Galerkin density matrix minimization method with local
orbital enriched finite element basis: 1-D lattice model system,
pp. 276-300.

Michael Dumbser, Ariunaa Uuriintsetseg and Olindo Zanotti, On
Arbitrary-Lagrangian-Eulerian one-step WENO schemes for stiff
hyperbolic balance laws, pp. 301-327.

J. G. Zheng, B. C. Khoo and Z. M. Hu, Simulation of
wave-flow-cavitation interaction using a compressible homogenous flow
method,	pp. 328-354.

J. Kaupuzs, R. V. N. Melnik and J. Rimsans, Scaling regimes and the
singularity of specific heat in the 3D Ising model, pp. 355-369.

Eric T. Chung and Wing Tat Leung, A sub-grid structure enhanced
discontinuous Galerkin method for multiscale diffusion and
convection-diffusion problems, pp. 370-392.

Shanshan Jiang, Lijin Wang and Jialin Hong, Stochastic
multi-symplectic integrator for stochastic nonlinear Schrodinger
equation, pp. 393-411.

Samih Zein, A polynomial chaos expansion trust region method for
robust optimization, pp. 412-424.

Xueying Zhang, Haiyan Tian, Leihsin Kuo and Wen Chen, A contact SPH
method with high-order limiters for simulation of inviscid
compressible flows, pp. 425-442.

Kai Jiang, Chu Wang, Yunqing Huang and Pingwen Zhang, Discovery of new
metastable patterns in diblock copolymers, pp. 443-460.

Daniel A. Charlebois and Mads Kaern, An accelerated method for
simulating population dynamics, pp. 461-476.

A. Rasheed and A. Belmiloudi, Mathematical modelling and numerical
simulation of dendrite growth using phase-field method with a magnetic
field effect, pp. 477-508.

Sheri L. Martinelli, Numerical boundary conditions for specular
reflection in a level-sets-based wavefront propagation method,
pp. 509-536.


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From: Claude Brezinski [log in to unmask]
Date: September 27, 2013
Subject: Contents, Numerical Algorithms, 64 (2)

Table of contents for Numerical Algorithms, Volume 64, Issue 2.

Correction of eigenvalues estimated by the Legendre–Gauss Tau method,
Mohamed K. El-Daou , Suad Sh. Al Enezi, Mona M. Mekkaoui

Optimization of Schwarz waveform relaxation over short time windows,
Yves Courvoisier, Martin J. Gander

Accelerated modulus-based matrix splitting iteration methods for
linear complementarity problem, Ning Zheng, Jun-Feng Yin

An augmented LSQR method, J. Baglama , L. Reichel, D. Richmond

Monotone convergence of Newton-like methods for M-matrix algebraic
Riccati equations, Chun-Hua Guo

Unified treatment of several asymptotic formulas for the gamma
function, Chao-Ping Chen

ParNes: a rapidly convergent algorithm for accurate recovery of sparse
and approximately sparse signals, Ming Gu , Lek-Heng Lim, Cinna Julie
Wu

Modified nodal cubic spline collocation for three-dimensional variable
coefficient second order partial differential equations, Bernard
Bialecki, Andreas Karageorghis

Laguerre collocation solutions to boundary layer type problems,
Calin-Ioan Gheorghiu


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From: Aliev Fikret [log in to unmask]
Date: September 30, 2013
Subject: Contents, Pure and Applied Mathematics, 4 (2)

Turkic World Mathematic Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics
ISSN 2076-2585
http://iam.bsu.edu.az/az/content/twms_journal_of_pure_and_applied_mathematics
Volume 4, No. 2, 2013

On a Parallel Computation Method for Solving Linear Algebraic System
with ill-Conditioned Matrix, M.Otelbaev, D. Zhusupova , B. Tuleuov

On Normal Ruled Surfaces of General Helices in the Sol Space Sol3,
M.Ergüt, T. Körpinar, E. Turhan

The Problem of Constructing a Step Function Fluctuating least around a
Given Function, B. Bayraktar

An Analogue of the Central Limit Theorem for Soft Probability,
D. A. Molodtsov

Explicit Parallel Resolvent Methods for System of General Variational
Inclusions, Z.Y. Huang, M.A. Noor

Numerical Solution for a Boundary Value Problem for a Second Order
Fuzzy Differential Equation, A.G. Fatullayev, E. Can, C. Koroglu

Self-Dual Codes from Smaller Lengths of Self-Dual Codes and Recursive
Algorithm, H. Topcu, H. Aktaş

Parameter Estimation based Type-II Fuzzy Logic, K. Ş. Kula,
T. E. Dalkiliç

On the Quaternionic Curves according to Parallel Transport Frame,
T.Soyfidan, H. Parlaticia, M. A. Güngör

On the Two Parameter Homothetic Motions in Complex Plane, D. Ünal,
M. Çelik, M. A.  Güngör

The Reversibility of (2r + 1)-Cyclic Rule Cellular Automata, I.Siap,
H. Akin, M. E. Koroglu

Soft Ideals of Soft WS-Algebras, T.Acar , A. Harmanci

Solution of the Periodic Boundary Optimal Control Problem in Gazlift
Process by the Asymptotic Method, N.A. Ismailov, I.M. Askerov


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