NA Digest, V. 16, # 42

NA Digest Tuesday, November 08, 2016 Volume 16 : Issue 42


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From: Paul Muir and Graeme Fairweather muir@smu.ca
Date: November 06, 2016
Subject: Patrick Keast (1942-2016)


Patrick (Pat) Keast, retired professor, Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, Dalhousie University, passed away suddenly at his home in
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, on July 25, 2016, at the age of 73. Pat
began his academic career in the Mathematics Department at St. Andrews
University and while an assistant lecturer there completed a Ph.D. in
Mathematics in 1967 under the supervision of Andrew (Ron) Mitchell. In
1970, he immigrated to Canada to take up a regular faculty position at
the University of Toronto (U of T), splitting his time between
teaching in the undergraduate program at the U of T Scarborough
College campus, and teaching graduate courses and supervising graduate
students at the U of T St. George campus. In 1983, Pat moved to
Dalhousie University (Dal) where he joined the newly established
Division of Computing Science in the Mathematics, Statistics, and
Computer Science Department. He completed his career in the
Mathematics and Statistics Department at Dal, retiring in 2007. During
his 24 years at Dal, he taught many undergraduate students, supervised
numerous graduate students in both mathematics and computer science,
and held several administrative positions, including Department Chair.

See also: http://www.caims.ca/news/pat-keast-1942-2016



From: Rob Bisseling r.h.bisseling@uu.nl
Date: November 07, 2016
Subject: Mondriaan 4.1: Sparse Matrix Partitioning Package


We would like to announce the availability of version 4.1 of the
Mondriaan sparse matrix partitioning package. Mondriaan can be used as
a preprocessing tool for large parallel sparse matrix-vector
multiplications.

Version 4.1 contains several improvements and extensions:
- The MondriaanOpt program has been incorporated, which offers a way
to solve the sparse matrix bipartitioning problem to optimality.
- The MondriaanOpt program is available as stand-alone program, as a
Matlab routine, and as a linkable archive.
- MondriaanPlot can now also generate SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)
images of partitionings.
- Some minor bugfixes.

The package and related documentation can be obtained from:
http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~bisse101/Mondriaan/

A database of optimal matrix bipartitionings for over 350 matrices
from the University of Florida collection can be found at:
http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~bisse101/Mondriaan/Opt
These results may be useful as a benchmark for bipartitioners.

Mondriaan is written in C and distributed under the GNU LGPL license.

Authors: Rob Bisseling, Bas Fagginger Auer, Marco van Oort,
Daniel Pelt, Albert-Jan Yzelman




From: Stefan G├╝ttel stefan.guettel@manchester.ac.uk
Date: November 04, 2016
Subject: SIAM UKIE Annual Meeting, UK, Jan 2017


The 21st Annual Meeting of the SIAM UKIE section will be hosted at the
University of Strathclyde, on Thursday, 12th of January 2017. The
meeting features three keynote, three early career speakers, and a
poster session (with the chance of winning a Best Poster Prize). Some
travel support is available for students with an accepted poster
presentation.

Registration is free of charge and open until 8th of December 2016.
For more details and the registration form, please visit
http://maths.manchester.ac.uk/siam-ukie/meetings.html

Please also invite your colleagues and students to this meeting!




From: Prof. Dr. Benedikt Wirth carolin.gietz@uni-muenster.de
Date: November 08, 2016
Subject: Shape, Imaging and Optimization, Germany, Mar 2017


The Institute of Computational and Applied Mathematics of the
University of Muenster is proud to host the 3rd Applied Mathematics
Symposium Muenster on Shape, Imaging and Optimization, February
28-March 3, 2017.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together leading experts in image
processing, shape analysis and optimization, in order to exchange and
discuss new ideas and challenges in the fields.

Invited Speakers: Gregoire Allaire (Ecole polytechnique); Francis Bach
(Ecole normale superieure); Silvia Bonettini (University of Ferrara);
Kristian Bredies (Universitat Graz); Jalal Fadili (Universite Caen
Normandie); Olivier Fercoq (Telecom ParisTech); Dirk Lorenz
(Technische Universitat Braunschweig); Simon Masnou (Universite Lyon
1); Andrea Mennucci (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa); Peter Ochs
(Universitat des Saarlandes); Martin Rumpf (Universitat Bonn); Shoham
Sabach (Technion); Filippo Santambrogio (Universite Paris-Sud); Carola
Schonlieb (University of Cambridge); Gabriele Steidl (Technische
Universitat Kaiserslautern); Marc Teboulle (Tel-Aviv University);
Tuomo Valkonen (University of Liverpool); Francois-Xavier Vialard
(Universite Paris-Dauphine); Andreas Weinmann (Technische Universitat
Munchen).

Deadline for registration is January 15, 2017. Please find all
details, including registration, on
http://wwwmath.uni-muenster.de/shape2017/




From: Long Chen chenlong@math.uci.edu
Date: November 05, 2016
Subject: IT Technician Position, BISEC


Beijing Institute for Scientific and Engineering Computing (BISEC) is
a newly established research institution by the Beijing municipal
government; see http://bisec.bjut.edu.cn. BISEC locates inside the
Beijing University of Technology (BJUT). BJUT is one of the 100 key
universities for the 21st century and a member university of the 211
project. According to the demands of economic and social development
of Beijing and across China, BISEC focuses on the important problems
on various fields, such as scientific and engineering computing,
information, biology, and medical science. BISEC collaborates with the
advantage disciplines of BJUT and promote interdisciplinary research
on scientific and engineering computations. Besides, BISEC undertakes
the scientific research and social service to promote related economic
and social development of the capital city. BISEC now invites
applications for an IT technician position, which is required to build
and maintain the internal computing and network infrastructure; take
care of the system administration computer labs and other computers at
BISEC; and provide IT-related support and services.

Potential candidates should satisfy the following conditions: (1)
Possess a master or PhD degree in computer science, computational
mathematics, or some related fields; (2) Have strong abilities and
experience in computer system administration; (3) Communicate well in
both spoken and written English.

Benefits: (1) The annual salary depends on the applicant's
qualification and experience. (2) For excellent candidates, the
annual salary is RMB 100,000--200,000 (before tax).

Application materials include but not limited to: Curriculum Vitae and
at least two reference letters. Please email the application materials
to maggie@multigrid.org. There is a deadline for IT Technician
Position positions: Dec. 31, 2016.




From: Long Chen chenlong@math.uci.edu
Date: November 05, 2016
Subject: Software Engineer Position, BISEC


Beijing Institute for Scientific and Engineering Computing (BISEC) is
a newly established research institution by the Beijing municipal
government; see http://bisec.bjut.edu.cn. BISEC locates inside the
Beijing University of Technology (BJUT). BJUT is one of the 100 key
universities for the 21st century and a member university of the 211
project. According to the demands of economic and social development
of Beijing and across China, BISEC focuses on the important problems
on various fields, such as scientific and engineering computing,
information, biology, and medical science. BISEC collaborates with the
advantage disciplines of BJUT and promote interdisciplinary research
on scientific and engineering computations. Besides, BISEC undertakes
the scientific research and social service to promote related economic
and social development of the capital city. BISEC now invites
applications for software developing positions in computational
mathematics, high-performance computing, computational fluid
mechanics, dynamics of solid-fluid interaction, vibration of aero
engine, nonlinear vibration, discrete optimization, virtual medicine,
visualization, and biometric.

Potential candidates should satisfy the following conditions: (1)
Possess a PhD degree in computational mathematics or related fields
and have a strong interest in one of the above research areas; (2)
Have strong programming abilities; (3) Communicate well in both spoken
and written English.

(1) The annual salary depends on the applicant's qualification and
experience. For excellent candidates, the annual salary is as high as
RMB 300,000 (before tax). (2) The institute can provide opportunities
for studying abroad (USA, Europe) based on the performance and
research interests of the employees;

Application materials include but not limited to: Curriculum Vitae and
at least two reference letters. Please email the application materials
to maggie@multigrid.org.



From: Long Chen chenlong@math.uci.edu
Date: November 05, 2016
Subject: Faculty Positions, BISEC


BISEC invites applications for positions at various levels including
postdoctoral fellows, tenure-track assistant, associate, and full
professors for research and graduate student education in the
institute. The salary, start-up funds, and fringe benefit for these
positions will be competitive by both domestic and international
standards and they will be commensurate with each applicant's research
credentials and working experiences.

Available Positions: BISEC plans to fill in numerous positions of
different types in areas of Computational Mathematics, FSI dynamics,
Virtual Medicine, 3D visualization and Computer Graphics, Parallel
Computation, Mathematical Statistics and Biostatistics, Optimization
(theory and application). In the coming academic year, the following
types of positions will be available:
1. Tenure-track assistant professor positions with annual salary up to
250,000 (tax included).
2. A number of associate professor and professor positions with
competitive salary and benefit by both China and international
standards.
Qualifications: Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree. Preference for
tenure-track positions will be given to those with at least three
years of research experience abroad, excellent research record, strong
motivation, good communication skills, and adequate teaching
experience.
3. Deadlines: Review of applications will begin immediately, and will
continue for the next five years. There is a deadline for the
tenure-track assistant professor positions: Dec. 31, 2016.
All applicants should submit their CV, research statement,
representative research papers, and three letters of references via
email to Ms. Ke Li (maggie@multigrid.org). All application materials
should be in English. More detailed information on any of the above
positions is available to interested applicants upon email request via
maggie@multigrid.org.




From: Chai Wah Wu cwwu@us.ibm.com
Date: November 02, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Fellowship Position, Mathematical Sciences, IBM


The Mathematical Sciences department of the IBM Thomas J. Watson
Research Center invites applications for its 2017-2018 Herman
Goldstine Memorial Postdoctoral Fellowship for research in the
mathematical and computer sciences. The fellowship provides scientists
of outstanding ability an opportunity to advance their scholarship as
resident department members at the Research Center. The Research
Center is located in Westchester County, less than an hour north of
New York City.

The application form will be available at
http://www.research.ibm.com/goldstine/
beginning November 15, 2016 and applications must be received by
January 17, 2017. Final decisions will be conveyed by the end of March
2017.

Upon submitting the form, applicants will receive a confirmation
message via email along with instructions on supporting materials that
the candidate will need to furnish. A cover letter is not
required. We strongly prefer all documents in PDF format, but Word or
PostScript documents will be accepted if you absolutely cannot
generate them in PDF. Questions can be addressed to
goldpost@us.ibm.com with "2017 Goldstine Query" in the subject line.

IBM is committed to work-place diversity, and is proud to be an equal-
opportunity employer.




From: Sehun Chun sehun.chun@yonsei.ac.kr
Date: November 08, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Applied Math/Comp Biophysics, Yonsei Univ


Applications are invited for maximum three year postdoctoral position
at the Underwood International College (UIC), Yonsei University, South
Korea. This position, which will be available from 1st January 2017,
is a part of a NRF-funded project to develop a new electrodynamic
model of the cardiac action potential propagation for crucial cardiac
electrophysiological phenomena such as atrial reentry, atrial
fibrillation, and defibrillation. The successful candidate will be
part of the new research center at UIC, called Computational
BioPhysics (CBP) center. Applicants are sought with experience in
numerical analysis, scientific computing, image analysis,
computational biophysics, or biomedical engineering. However, prior
experience in any of this field of study is not required. Outstanding
applicants in other related areas with a proper background and
interests will receive full considerations. Preference is given to
those who can program in C or C++.

For additional information, please contact Sehun Chun at
sehun.chun@yonsei.ac.kr (https://sites.google.com/site/uicschun/).

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, Research
statement, and the names and contact information for two references to
Sehun Chun (sehun.chun@yonsei.ac.kr).

The closing date for applications is 1 December 2016. Interviews are
expected to be held in the first week of December.




From: Jeff Hittinger hittinger1@llnl.gov
Date: November 02, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Numerical Analysis, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in
numerical analysis who can contribute as a member of a dynamic,
multidisciplinary team of computer scientists and applied
mathematicians developing innovative techniques that address the data
motion problem on next- generation high-performance architectures by
dynamically adapting the size of the data representation. Essential
qualifications are a strong background in numerical analysis,
including analysis of solvers for linear and nonlinear systems of
algebraic equations and discretization techniques for systems of
partial differential equations; demonstrated ability to develop and to
perform theoretical analysis of new numerical algorithms and to
perform independent research; experience in applying numerical methods
within a scientific application; experience programming in FORTRAN
and/or C/C++ in a Linux environment and developing algorithms for
parallel computer architectures; and effective verbal and written
communication skills necessary to interact with a multi-disciplinary
research team, to author technical and scientific reports and papers,
and to deliver scientific presentations. Experience with analysis of
algorithms in the context finite-precision arithmetic is preferred.
This position is in the Computation Directorate within the Center for
Applied Scientific Computing (CASC) Division.

For more information and to apply, interested candidates are directed
to http://careers-ext.llnl.gov/jobs/5894986-post-dr-research-staff-1 .

LLNL is an affirmative action/ equal opportunity employer. All
qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to race, color, religion, marital status, national origin,
ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability,
medical condition, protected veteran status, age, citizenship, or any
other characteristic protected by law.




From: Paola Antonietti paola.antonietti@polimi.it
Date: November 04, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Numerical Analysis, MOX, Politecnico di Milano


Applications are invited for one Postdoctoral research position
starting in February 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. The
appointment for the position is limited to 1+1 years. No teaching
duties are implied.

Closing Date: 6 December 2016.
Interviews will take place on 20 December 2016, at 10:00 am.

The position is in the framework of the SIR (Scientific Independence
of Young Researchers) Starting Grant "PolyPDEs: Non-conforming
polyhedral finite element methods for the approximation of partial
differential equations", funded by the Italian Ministry of Education,
University and Research (MIUR), PI Professor Paola F. Antonietti
(Project n. RBSI14VT0S). More information on PolyPDEs is available at:
http://www1.mate.polimi.it/~antonietti/PERSONAL_WEBPAGE/PolyPDEs.html.

The appointee will be expected to join the research activities of the
Laboratory of Modelling and Scientific Computing MOX at the Department
of Mathematics, Politecnico di Milano, and contribute to the
development of the project. Candidates must hold, or be working
towards, a PhD degree in Mathematics, Computational Applied
Mathematics or related fields. A strong background in the theory and
practical development of finite element methods is essential.

For further details and the application form see
http://www.polimi.it/index.php?id=3971&tx_wfqbe_pi1%5BID%5D=6865&L=1

Applicants who live or are resident outside Italy can be interviewed
using long-distance audio and video systems (this must be stated when
submitting the application).

Informal enquiries may be addressed to: Professor Paola Antonietti
(paola.antonietti@polimi.it)




From: Gregor Gassner ggassner@math.uni-koeln.de
Date: November 07, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Position, Sci Computing/Numerical Sim, Univ of Cologne


The Numerical Simulation group of Prof. Gregor Gassner invites
applications for a postdoc position in scientific computing/numerical
simulation. The group develops numerical schemes for the simulation of
advection- dominated problems governed by non-linear hyperbolic and/or
mixed hyperbolic-parabolic conservation laws. The focus is on entropy
stable high order methods with adaptivity in space and time, such as
e.g. the discontinuous Galerkin method. A special emphasis in the
development of the numerical algorithms is on the high performance
computing aspects of the methods: only methods that scale to hundreds
of thousands processors are considered and developed. We are looking
for a postdoc candidate that holds an excellent degree in scientific
computing or applied mathematics (or a related field). The successful
candidate should have a strong background in the development of
scientific simulation codes with excellent programming skills in
either Fortran 90 or C/C++. Experience in developing adaptive
simulation codes is desired as well as experience in high performance
computing. She/he will work on the development of an adaptive high
order simulation framework for compressible fluid dynamics with a
focus on high performance computing. Experience with the development
of discontinuous Galerkin codes is a plus, but not necessary. The
University of Cologne is an equal opportunities employer.
Applications of women are thus especially encouraged; applications of
disabled persons will be given preferential treatment to those of
other candidates with equal qualifications. Closing date for
application is February 15, 2017, but search will continue until the
position is filled. Applicants should send a single PDF file
containing a CV, educational record, and a short statement of research
activities and programming experience to Gregor Gassner
(ggassner@math.uni-koeln.de, subject "ERC postdoc"). Please indicate
your possible starting date and list at least two academic references.
The position is funded by the European Research Council and the
initial salary is based on the German E13 TV-L scale (39.84
hours/week) if terms and conditions under collective bargaining law
are fulfilled, which accounts for experience and
qualification. Possible starting date for the position is April
2017. The initial contract is limited to two years with a possible
extension up to five years total.




From: Laura Grigori laura.grigori@inria.fr
Date: November 07, 2016
Subject: Postdoc Positions, Linear Algebra, Inria Paris, France


We are inviting applications for two postdoctoral positions that are
open in our group Alpines at Inria in Paris, France. The successfull
candidates will join NLAFET, a project funded by the European
Commission and involving Inria, Umea University, University of
Manchester and STFC/RAL. They will conduct research on iterative
solvers and robust preconditioners aiming at a significant reduction
of communication and thus suitable for future and emerging large scale
computers. The algorithms developed will be validated on several
applications targetted by NLAFET, such as computational fluid
dynamics, astrophysics and graph problems.

The candidates should have a PhD in applied mathematics or computer
science and expertise in numerical linear algebra and/or high
performance computing. For the graph theory subject, experience in
analysis of large graphs is a plus.

To apply, please send your detailed CV to Laura.Grigori@inria.fr and
nataf@ljll.math.upmc.fr and arrange for two reference letters, which
should be sent directly by the recommenders. The positions are opened
until filled, but for full consideration, the applications should be
received on or before December 15, 2016. The preferred start date is
beginning of 2017.




From: Andreas Kleefeld a.kleefeld@fz-juelich.de
Date: November 07, 2016
Subject: PhD Position, Mathematics/and or Scientific Computing, JSC, Germany


The Julich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) operates one of the most
powerful computer systems for scientific and technical applications in
Europe and makes it available for research purposes to scientists at
Forschungszentrum Julich, in Germany, and throughout Europe. Important
fields of the work of the "mathematics and education" department at
JSC include mathematical modeling and the development and optimization
of innovative numerical methods and algorithms on massively parallel
supercomputers.

For March 2017, we are looking to recruit a PhD student in the field
of mathematics and/or scientific computing.

Please check our web site for details about the program, the job
description, and the application process:
http://www.fz-juelich.de/SharedDocs/Stellenangebote/_common/dipldok/d117-2016-jsc.html




From: Gregor Gassner ggassner@math.uni-koeln.de
Date: November 07, 2016
Subject: PhD Position, NA/Scientific Computing, Univ of Cologne


The Numerical Simulation group of Prof. Gregor Gassner invites
applications for a PhD position in numerical analysis/scientific
computing. The group develops novel numerical schemes for the
simulation of advection-dominated problems governed by non-linear
hyperbolic and/or mixed hyperbolic-parabolic conservation laws. The
focus is on entropy stable high order methods with adaptivity in space
and time, such as e.g. the discontinuous Galerkin method. A special
emphasis in the development of the numerical algorithms is on the high
performance computing aspects of the methods: only methods that scale
to hundreds of thousands processors are considered and developed. We
are looking for PhD candidate that hold an excellent diploma in
applied mathematics (or a related field). Furthermore, the successful
candidate should have a strong background in numerical methods for
hyperbolic conservation laws and/or computational fluid dynamics such
as finite volume schemes and discontinuous Galerkin schemes. She/he
will work on the development of novel provably stable high order
methods for resistive magnetohydrodynamic equations. Programming
experience in either Fortran 90 or C/C++ is expected or otherwise to
be acquired at the beginning of the appointment. The University of
Cologne is an equal opportunities employer. Applications of women are
thus especially encouraged; applications of disabled persons will be
given preferential treatment to those of other candidates with equal
qualifications. Closing date for application is February 15, 2017,
but search will continue until the position is filled. Applicants
should send a single PDF file containing a CV, educational record, and
a short statement of research and programming experience to Gregor
Gassner (ggassner@math.uni-koeln.de, with subject "ERC PhD Position").
Please indicate your possible starting date. The position is funded
by the European Research Council and the initial salary is based on
the German E13 TV-L scale (19.92 hours/week) if terms and conditions
under collective bargaining law are fulfilled, which accounts for
experience and qualification. Possible starting date for the position
is April 2017. The contract is limited for four years.





From: Wim Michiels Wim.Michiels@cs.kuleuven.be
Date: November 05, 2016
Subject: PhD Position, Numerical Methods for Control, KU Leuven


At the department of Computer Science of KU Leuven there is vacant PhD
position in the area of computational control and optimization of
large-scale interconnected systems.

The aim of the PhD project is to develop decentralized and distributed
control design approaches. For large networks it is expensive, if not
impossible, to control all systems individually. Furthermore, the
underlying theoretical framework is not adapted toward complex systems
where the overall dynamics are largely determined by the
interactions. Besides computing optimal controller parameters, the
focus is on optimizing the topology of the network, that is, to
determine which systems need to interact in order to optimize a global
objective in an efficient way. While the focus is on development of
computational methods, applications are foreseen in robotics and
sensor networks.

The PhD researcher will spend two years at KU Leuven and the final
year at Ecole Centrale de Lille, and she/he will be awarded a joint
doctoral diploma upon a successful completion.

What do we offer? An interdisciplinary research project, a stimulating
environment at two European top universities, a balanced and
personalized PhD trajectory, with attention paid to transferable
skills development and exposure to both academic and non-academic
environments, and a highly competitive salary (MSCA program of the
European Union).

Eligibility criteria and application instructions can be found at the
website http://ucocos-project.eu, position ESR5. Deadline: November 28.




From: Sorin Pop sorin.pop@uhasselt.be
Date: November 07, 2016
Subject: PhD Positions, Porous Media Processes, UHasselt, Belgium


Two PhD vacancies are available at the Faculty of Sciences of the
Hasselt University, the Computational Mathematics group. The research
work is on mathematical modelling and upscaling of multi-scale
processes like flow and chemical reactions taking place in porous
media and will be carried out within the Odysseus grant DynScale
funded by the FWO. The research will be carried out in collaboration
with international research partners. For an abstract of the project
please, visit
http://www.uhasselt.be/UH/Research-groups/en-projecten_DOC/en-project_details.html?pid=11908&t=en&oid=10012
.

We seek two PhD students working on the mathematical modelling,
numerical simulation and the upscaling of different processes in
porous media. The candidates have a MSc (or will graduate soon) in
mathematics or similar disciplines, but with strong mathematical
background and are interested in doing research in applied and
numerical mathematics, in particular the mathematical modelling,
upscaling and numerical simulation of processes involving multiple
scales.

For more details, please visit
https://www.uhasselt.be/vacancies_detail?taal=04&vacid=1166
https://www.uhasselt.be/vacancies_detail?taal=04&vacid=1164

Interested candidates can only apply online (see the links above) up
to and including 30 November 2016. For details, please contact
Prof. dr. Sorin POP, +32-11-268581, sorin.pop@uhasselt.be




From: Pedro Valero-Lara pedro.valero@bsc.es
Date: November 03, 2016
Subject: CFP, HPC Solutions for Complex Problems


Special Issue "High Performance Computing Solutions for Complex
Problems"
http://www.scpe.org/index.php/scpe/pages/view/Call-issue-2-2017

Journal Scalable Computing: Practise and Experience
http://www.scpe.org/index.php/scpe/index

Authors are invited to submit manuscripts which present original and
unpublished research in all areas related with complex problems
solving via parallel and distributed processing, i.e., works focused
on emerging solutions to face with big computing challenges on HPC
systems are specially welcome. Relevant topics include, but are not
limited to: Benchmarking, performance and scalability of algorithms,
data structures, tools; Code adapting to take advantages of latest
computational features; New strategies to improve performance;
Auto-tuning computing systems; New transparent, portable, and hardware
diagnostic programming paradigms; Advances in current or upcoming HPC
platforms; and Communication, synchronization, load balancing.

Submission: December 23, 2016
Author notification: April 28, 2017
Publication: June 30, 2017

Original and unpublished works on any of the topics aforementioned or
related are welcome. The SCPE journal has a rigorous peer-reviewing
process and papers will be reviewed by at least three
S.C. referees. All submitted papers must be formatted according to the
journal's instructions, which can be found at:
http://www.scpe.org/index.php/scpe/about/submissions#authorGuidelines




From: GEORGE A ANASTASSIOU ganastss@memphis.edu
Date: November 07, 2016
Subject: Contents, J Computational Analysis and Applications, 23 (5)


TABLE OF CONTENTS, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS
AND APPLICATIONS, VOL. 23, NO. 5, 2017

On new \lambda^2-Convergent Difference BK-Spaces, Sinan Ercan and
Cigdem A. Bektas

Stable Cubic Sets, G. Muhiuddin, Sun Shin Ahn, Chang Su Kim, and Young
Bae Jun

Some Identities of Chebyshev Polynomials Arising From Non-Linear
Differential Equations, Taekyun Kim, Dae San Kim, Jong-Jin Seo, and
Dmitry V. Dolgy

Blowup Singularity for a Degenerate and Singular Parabolic Equation
with Nonlocal Boundary, Dengming Liu and Jie Ma

Approximation Properties of Kantorovich-Type q-Bernstein-Stancu-
Schurer Operators, Qing-Bo Cai

On the Generalized von Neumann-Jordan Constant C_NJ^((p) ) (X),
Changsen Yang Wang tianyu

Discrete Dynamical Systems in Soft Topological Spaces, Wenqing Fu and
Hu Zhao

Functional Inequalities in Vector Banach Space, Gang Lu, Jun Xie,
Yuanfeng Jin, and Qi Liu

Coupled Fixed Point Theorems for Generalized (\Psi,\Phi)-Weak
Contraction in Partially Ordered G-Metric Spaces, Branislav Popovic,
Muhammad Shoaib, and Muhammad Sarwar

Triangular Norms Based on Intuitionistic Fuzzy BCK-Submodules, L.B.
Badhurays, S.A. Bashammakh, and N. O. Alshehri

On Strongly Almost Generalized Difference Lacunary Ideal Convergent
Sequences of Fuzzy Numbers, S. A. Mohiuddine and B. Hazarika

The Catalan Numbers: a Generalization, an Exponential Representation,
and some Properties, Feng Qi, Xiao-Ting Shi, Mansour Mahmoud, and
Fang-Fang Liu

Semiring Structures Based On Meet and Plus Ideals in Lower BCK-
Semilattices, Hashem Bordbar, Sun Shin Ahn, Mohammad Mehdi Zahedi, and
Young Bae Jun

The Solutions of Some Types of q-Shift Difference Differential
Equations, Hua Wang

Numerical Method For Solving Inequality Constrained Matrix Operator
Minimization Problem, Jiao-fen Li, Tao Li, Xue-lin Zhou, and Xiao-fan
Lv




From: JNAAT jnaat@ictp.acad.ro
Date: November 06, 2016
Subject: Contents, J Numer Anal Approx Theory, 45 (1)


Journal of Numerical Analysis and Approximation Theory
published since 1972
http://ictp.acad.ro/jnaat

vol. 45 (2016) no. 1

I.K. Argyros, S. George, Expanding the applicability of the
Gauss-Newton method for a certain class of systems of equations

P. Jain, C.R. Bhatta, J. Jnawali, Newton type iterative methods with
higher order of convergence

V.N. Mishra, R.B. Gandhi, R.N. Mohapatra, A summation-integral type
modification of Szasz-Mirakjan-Stancu operators

E. Quak, About B-splines. Twenty answers to one question: What is the
cubic B- spline for the knots -2,-1,0,1,2?

C. de Boor, A comment on Ewald Quak's ''About B-splines''

E. Scheiber, On the convergence of the variational iteration method



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