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From: Victoria Hernandez and Jorge Estrada <matdis@cidet.icmf.inf.cu>

Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 11:16:50 -0500 (CUBA)

**Subject: Euclidean Distance from a Point to a Conic **

Greetings,

We are researchers at Institute of Cybernetics, Mathematics and Physics,

(ICIMAF) from Havana, Cuba. We have been working out a new algorithm

to compute the euclidean distance from a point to an arbitrary conic.

Now it is ready and the algorithm works fairly well even when the

points are not near to the conic.

Therefore we would like to know if anyone in the NA community can

figure out (real) situations where it is necessary to compute the

euclidean distance from a point to a curve, but you may not assume

that the point is very close to the curve (unlike the usual fitting

problems). Thank you in advance for your kind attention!

Sincerely yours,

Victoria Hernandez and Jorge Estrada

ICIMAF, Cuba

e-mail:

matdis@cidet.icmf.inf.cu

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From: Amie Casper <marketing@akpeters.com>

Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 10:34:43 -0400

**Subject: New Book, The Geometry Toolbox for Graphics and Modeling**

The Geometry Toolbox for Graphics and Modeling

Gerald Farin, Dianne Hansford

Now available from A K Peters, Ltd.: service@akpeters.com

288 pages; Hardcover; ISBN 1-56881-074-1

List price: $48.00

The Geometry Toolbox takes a novel and particularly visual approach to

teaching the basic concepts of two- and three-dimensional geometry. It

explains the geometry essential for today's computer-modeling,

computer-graphics, and animation systems. While the basic theory is

completely covered, the emphasis of the book is not on abstract proofs but

rather on examples and algorithms. The Geometry Toolbox is the ideal text

for professionals who want to get acquainted with the latest geometric

tools. The two chapters on basic curves and surfaces are an ideal stepping

stone into the world of graphics and modeling. It is also a unique

textbook for a modern introduction to linear algebra and matrix theory.

A K Peters, Ltd., 63 South Ave., Natick, MA 01760

Ph: 508/655-9933, Fax: 508/655-5847

<http://www.akpeters.com>

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From: Alan Hindmarsh <alanh@daphne.llnl.gov>

Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 10:23:12 -0700 (PDT)

**Subject: New Book, Incompressible Flow and the Finite Element Method**

New Book Announcement:

Incompressible Flow and the Finite Element Method, by

Philip Gresho (UC Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) and

Robert Sani (University of Colorado), in collaboration with

Michael Engelman (Fluid Dynamics International),

1998, John Wiley & Sons, 1040 pages, $295.

This comprehensive reference work deals with the important details in

the application of the finite element method to incompressible flows.

It addresses the theoretical background and the detailed development

of appropriate numerical methods applied to the solution of a wide

range of incompressible flows. A lucid explanation of the FEM is

combined with extensive coverage of the prototypical fluid mechanics

equation: the advection-diffusion equation. For both this equation

and the equations of principal interest -- the Navier-Stokes equations

-- detailed discussion of both the continuous and discrete equations

is presented, as well as explanations of how to properly march the

time-dependent equations using smart implicit methods. Presentations

of both ODE and DAE solution methods have benefitted from the

significant help of Alan Hindmarsh (LLNL). Boundary and initial

conditions, so important in applications, are carefully described and

discussed, including well-posedness. The important role played by the

pressure, so confusing in the past, is carefully explained.

This book explains and emphasizes consistency in six areas:

* consistent mass matrix

* consistent pressure Poisson equation

* consistent penalty methods

* consistent normal direction

* consistent heat flux

* consistent forces

Fully indexed and referenced, this book is an essential refrence tool

for all researchers, students, and applied scientists in incompressible

fluid mechanics.

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From: Willi Schoenauer <schoenauer@rz.uni-karlsruhe.de>

Date: Mon, 15 Jun 98 11:13:40 +0100

**Subject: Internet Book Scientific Supercomputing**

The first (hand-written) Internet book on Scientific Supercomputing

now has been finished:

Scientific Supercomputing:

Architecture and Use of Shared and Distributed Memory

Parallel Computers

Contents

1. Introduction

2. Prototypes with their Bottlenecks

3. Arithmetic Operations and Memory Bandwidth

4. The CRAY T90

5. The Fujitsu VPP300 (and VPP700)

6. The IBM RS/6000 SP

7. The CRAY T3E and DEC Alpha Processors

8. Performance Analysis

9. Basic Considerations Concerning Data Structures

10. Fortran, Autovectorization and Autoparallelization, Programming Models

11. Recurrences

12. Matrix Operations

13. Systems of Linear Equations on Vector Processors

14. Remarks to the Parallelization of the Gauss Algorithm

15. Tridiagonal Linear Systems

16. Iterative Solution of Linear Systems of Equations

17. Explaining the Gap Between Theoretical Peak Performance and Real

Performance for Supercomputer Architectures

18. References

The book is available under the URL

http://www.uni-karlsruhe.de/Uni/RZ/Personen/rz03/book/

In the Addendum further architectures and algorithms will be

presented (open-ended).

Prof. Dr. Willi Schoenauer - Universitaet Karlsruhe -

Rechenzentrum - Zirkel 2 - 76128 Karlsruhe -

Voice: (+49) (0)721-6083754 - Fax (+49) (0)721-32550 -

Internet: schoenauer@rz.uni-karlsruhe.de

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From: Roger Haagmans <haagmans@geo.tudelft.nl>

Date: Mon, 8 Jun 1998 09:59:33 +0100

**Subject: School on Wavelets in the Geosciences**

SCHOOL ON WAVELETS

IN THE GEOSCIENCES

Supported by:

International Association of Geodesy

Netherlands Geodetic Commission

Sub-Faculty of Geodetic Engineering DUT

Delft Institute for Earth-Oriented Space Research

FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT and REGISTRATION

October, 4 - 9, 1998

At the Delft Institute for Earth-Oriented Space Research

Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences

Delft University of Technology

Thijsseweg 11

Delft, The Netherlands

Latest information

This text contain the latest information on the School on Wavelets in the

Geosciences. The final team of lecturers consists of Willi Freeden, Matthias

Holschneider and Wim Sweldens. More detailed information on the contents of

the lectures as provided by the lecturers is available and registration

information is extended. The first registrations show an interesting

diversity in scientific disciplines among the participants: so don't

hesitate to register but beware of the registration deadlines and the

limited number of places.

Objectives of the school

The basic objective of the School is provide the necessary information to

understand the potential and limitations of the application of wavelets in

the geosciences. This includes:

* the mathematical representation in one and more dimensions like on the

sphere

* the properties as compared to Fourier techniques

* the signal representation and analysis ability

* the use of operators in terms of wavelets

* gaining experiences with wavelets using examples from geosciences in

computer exercises

Program

The course will last for six days and contains three major subjects. Every

subject will be covered in two days time. All topics will be supported by

practical exercises on the computer with examples from geodynamics,

topography representation, gravity field modelling etc.

The lectures and subjects are:

1. Dr.Matthias Holschneider, Laboratoire de G=E9omagn=E9tisme, Institut de

Physique du Globe de Paris, France;

compression and filtering with wavelets.

2. Dr. Wim Sweldens, Mathematical Sciences Research Centre, Lucent

Technologies Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, USA

3. Prof. Dr. Willi Freeden, Geomathematics Group. Department of

Mathematics, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Organisation

Scientific Committee

* Prof. Dr. Willi Freeden, Geomathematics Group, Department of

Mathematics, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.

* Prof. Dr. Roland Klees, Delft Institute for Earth-Oriented Space

Research (DEOS), Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Delft

University of Technology, The Netherlands.

Local organising committee and school secretariat address:

Dipl.-Math. Michael Bayer (Geomathematics Group), Dr. Ir.Martin van Gelderen,

Ir. Roger Haagmans and ms. Wil Coops-Luijten (DEOS)

Secretariat IAG School on Wavelets in the Geosciences

c/o Wil Coops-Luijten

DEOS, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences,

Delft University of Technology

Thijsseweg 11, NL-2629 JA Delft, The Netherlands

Telephone: +31 15 2783289

Fax: +31 15 2783711

E-mail: wavelet.school@geo.tudelft.nl

More detailed information can be obtained from:

WWW: http://www.geo.tudelft.nl/fmr/waveletschool.html

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

From: Jennifer Mueller <muellj2@rpi.edu>

Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 16:22:28 -0400

**Subject: Workshop on Nonlinear and Improperly Posed Problems**

Workshop deadline extended

The deadline for abstracts and registration for the

International Workshop on Nonlinear and Improperly Posed Problems

August 15-13, 1998

International Hotel Sapanaca

Kocaeli - Turkey

has been extended to June 30, 1998. For details please see the website

http://web.turnet.net.tr/~kcluniv2/workshop

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From: Peggy Sicilano <imacs@cs.rutgers.edu>

Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 10:07:27 -0400 (EDT)

**Subject: IMACS Conference on Monte Carlo Methods**

First ANNOUNCEMENT ** CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

Second IMACS Conference on MONTE CARLO METHODS

June, 7-11, 1999, Varna BULGARIA

The Second IMACS Seminar on Monte Carlo methods will be held in Varna,

Bulgaria, International Conference Hall "Joliot Curie" June 7-11, 1999. The

purpose of the seminar is to provide a forum for the presentation of recent

advances in the analysis, implementation and applications of Monte Carlo

simulation techniques and, in particular to stimulate the exchange of

information between specialists in these areas.

The topics should cover both theoretical developments: (random numbers,

quasi-MC methods, numerical MC methods statistical analysis, variance

reduction, perturbation techniques, MC error analysis)

and application fields: (particle transport, reliability analysis,

quantum mechanics, statistical physics, stimulation of random processes

and fields).

Calendar (for submission and selection of contributions):

Deadline for submission of abstracts (one page stating clearly the originality and importance of the results): September 1998

Notification of acceptance (on basis of the abstract): November 1998

Deadline for submission of full papers: January 1999

Notification of acceptance of full papers: April 1999

For further information: http://copern.acad.bg/mcm99/dbase2.html

or send email to: imacs99@copern.acad.bg

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From: Kenneth Appel <kia@oregano.unh.edu>

Date: Mon, 8 Jun 1998 07:44:21 -0700

**Subject: Position at University of New Hampshire**

The Department of Mathematics of the University of New Hampshire invites

applications for a temporary position (1-3 years).

Preference will be given to candidates whose research areas

include control theory, dynamical systems, or numerical analysis.

Candidates are expected to have a PhD in Mathematics by August 1998 and

demonstrated research ability. Strong commitment to teaching is expected.

The teaching load is expected to be two courses per semester, at least one a

large lecture.

The positions will begin in the fall semester of 1998. Review of applications

will begin on June 20, 1998, but applications will be considered until the

positions are filled.

Resume, e-mail address if possible, and three letters of recommendation should

be sent to Kenneth Appel, Chair, Department of Mathematics, University of

New Hampshire, Durham, N.H., 03824 (kia@oregano.unh.edu). The University of

New Hampshire is an EO/AA employer.

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From: Ake Bjorck <akbjo@mai.liu.se>

Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 09:46:49 +0200 (MET DST)

**Subject: Contents, BIT**

CONTENTS BIT Volume 38, No. 3 (September 1998)

ISSN 0006-3835

For information to contributers and about subscriptions see

http://math.liu.se/BIT/

Available on the Internet as from 1998---contact

Swets & Zeitlinger at pub@swets.nl

Half-explicit Runge-Kutta methods with explicit stages for

differential-algbraic systems of index 2

M. Arnold, pp. 415--438

Pseudo-symplectic Runge-Kutta methods

A. Aubry and P. Chartier, pp. 439--461

On the variable stepsize approximations of a Cauchy problem for

the evolution equation

N. Yu. Bakaev, pp. 462--485

On the sensitivity of the LU factorization

X.-W. Chang and C. C. Paige, pp. 486--501

Relative perturbation results for eigenvalues and eigenvectors

of diagonalisable matrices

S. C. Eisenstat and I. C. F. Ipsen, pp. 502--509

Relaxed functional iteration techniques for the numerical solution

of M/G/1 type Markov chains

P. Favati and B. Meini, pp. 510--526

Minimum residual methods for augmented systems

B. Fisher, A. Ramage, D. Silvester, and A. J. Wathen, pp. 527--543

A framework for polynomial preconditioners based on fast transforms I:

Theory

S. Holmgren and K. Otto, pp. 544--559

A total least squares method for Toeplitz systems of equations

J. Kamm and J. G. Nagy, pp. 560--582

Computing zeros of analytic mappings: A logarithmic residue approach

P. Kravanja, R. Cools, and A. Haegemans, pp. 583--596

A numerical method for the Benjamin--Ono equation

V. Thom\'ee and A. S. Vasudeva Murthy, pp. 597--611

SCIENTIFIC NOTES

A remark on ``a note on constructing a symmetric matrix with specified

diagonal entries and eigenvalues''

K. D. Ikramov, p. 612

A stability result for general linear methods with characteristic

function having real poles only

G.-Y. Psihoyios and J. R. Cash, pp. 613--618

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From: Hans Schneider <hans@math.wisc.edu>

Date: Sun, 7 Jun 1998 18:05:50 -0500 (CDT)

**Subject: Contents, Linear Algebra and its Applications**

Journal : Linear Algebra and Its Applications

Volume issue : 277/1-3

Year : 1998

Anticipated Publication Date: 05-JUN-98

pp. 1-9

Convergence of inhomogeneous products of matrices and coefficients of ergodicity

UG Rothblum, J Hartfiel

pp. 11-31

Completely positive matrices with a book-graph

F Barioli

pp. 33-39

Local inversion of matrices with sparse inverses

CR Johnson, M Lundquist

pp. 41-48

On the matrix equation A^l+A^l+k=J_n

Y Wu, Q Li

pp. 49-56

Falsity of wang's conjecture on stars

CS Karuppan Chetty

pp. 57-61

Matrix characterization of MDS linear codes over modules

XD Dong, CB Soh

pp. 63-81

A balanced canonical form for discrete-time minimal systems using characteristic

maps

J Hoffmann

pp. 83-95

Matrices of zeros and ones with the maximum jump number

BO Cheng

pp. 97-125

On lie gradings II

M Havlicek, M Havlicek

pp. 127-134

An index theorem for the product of linear relations

RW Cross

pp. 135-142

A note on the hyperbolic singular value decomposition

BC Levy

pp. 143-148

The image of the adjoint mapping

DW Robinson

pp. 149-185

Primes in several classes of the positive matrices

G Picci, JH Van Schuppen

pp. 187-198

Eigenvalue location for nonnegative and Z-matrices

SM Fallat

pp. 199-236

The truncated hamburger matrix moment problems in the nondegenerate and

degenerate cases, and matrix continued fractions

GN Chen

pp. 237-238

On a determinant result of I. Olkin

M Marcus

pp. 239-251

Matrix sandwich problems

MC Golumbic

pp. 253-269

On the number of invariant polynomails of the product of matrices with

prescribed similarity classes

YL Zhang

pp. 271-289

Multimatriods IV. Chain-group representions

A Bouchet

pp. 291-298

Norms of sampling operators

P Zizler

pp. 299-311

Reverse order law for reflexive generalized inverses of products of matrices

AR De Pierro, Musheng Wei

pp. 313-336

Time-varying discrete Riccati equation in terms of Ben Artzi - Gohberg dichotomy

V Ionescu

pp. 337-356

On matrices satisfying a maximum principle with respect to a cone

MR Weber

pp. 357-360

Review of"Nonnegative Matrices and Applications" by R.B. Bapat and T.E.S.

Raghavan

S Kirkland

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From: Mehrmann Volker <volker.mehrmann@Mathematik.TU-Chemnitz.DE>

Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 11:27:40 +0200 (METDST)

**Subject: Contents, Linear Algebra and its Applications**

CONTENTS OF LAA PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH ILAS CONFERENCE

HELD AT CHEMNITZ, AUGUST 1996

Journal : LAA Linear Algebra and Its Applications

Volume/issue : 275-276

Year : 1998

Journal no. : 7738

ISSN : 0024-3795

Cover Date : May 15, 1998

pp. 1-1

Preface

[B. Shader, S. Kirkland, V. Mehrmann, G. Michler]

pp. 3-18

A max version of the Perron-Frobenius theorem

R.B. Bapat

pp. 19-47

The symplectic eigenvalue problem, the butterfly form, the SR algorithm

and the

Lanczos method

P. Benner, H. Fassbender

pp. 49-75

Compactly supported solutions of two-scale difference equations

L. Berg

pp. 77-106

Some comparison theorems for weak nonnegative splittings of bounded

operators

J.-J. Climent, C. Perea

pp. 107-120

Practical task-oriented parallelism for Gaussian elimination in distributed

memory

G. Cooperman

pp. 121-140

Extension of C*algebras and Moore-Penrose stability of sequences

V.D. Didenko, B. Silbermann

pp. 141-160

The role of formalism in the teaching of the theory of vectors spaces

J.-L. Dorier

pp. 161-177

Differentiable structure of the set of controllable (A,B)t-invariant

subspaces

J. Ferrer, F. Puerta, X. Puerta

pp. 179-187

Some characterizations of symmetric inverse M-matrices

M. Fiedler

pp. 189-200

Spectral properties of rational matrix functions with nonnegative

realizations

K.-H. Foerster

pp. 201-224

Matrix rank based conditions for reachability/controllability of discrete

linear

repetitive processes

K. Galkowski, E. Rogers

pp. 225-248

Representations of Toeplitz-plus-Hankel matrices using trigonometric

transformations with application to fast matrix-vector multiplication

G. Heinig, K. Rost

pp. 249-259

On cones and stability

D. Hershkowitz

pp. 261-279

Modifying the inertia of matrices arising in optimization

N.J. Higham

pp. 281-286

The Gauss-Huard algorithm and LU factorization

W. Hoffmann

pp. 287-314

On structured perturbation of Hermitian matrices

T. Hu, L. Qiu

pp. 315-325

An algorithm for nilpotent completions of partial Jordan matrices

C. Jordan, J.R. Torregrosa

pp. 327-347

Uniform convergence of a fast algorithm for cauchy singular intergral

equations

P. Junghanss, U. Luther

pp. 349-357

Extreme nonnegative matrices

T.J. Laffey

pp. 359-379

Modal coupling in linear control systems using robust eigenstructure

assignment

N.K. Nichols, D.M. Littleboy

pp. 381-400

A Modified Block Newton iteration for approximating an invariant

subspace of a

symmetric matrix

R. Loesche, H. Schwetlick, G. Timmermann

pp. 401-415

A projection method for computing the minimum eigenvalue of a

symmetric positive definite Toeplitz matrix

W. Mackens, H. Voss

pp. 417-431

Spectral sensitivity of products of bidiagonals

B.N. Parlett

pp. 433-450

Fast and stable algorithms for discrete spherical Fourier transforms

D. Potts, G. Steidl, M. Tasche

pp. 451-470

Parallel codes for computing the numerical rank

G. Quintana-Orti, E.S. Quintana-Orti

pp. 471-493

Exceptional modules are three modules

C.M. Ringel

pp. 495-507

Digraph based determination of Jordan block size structure of singular

matrix

pencils

K. Roebenack, K.J. Reinschke

pp. 509-529

Restricted invariant factor assignment under state-feedback

A. Roca, I. Zaballa

pp. 531-536

A note on singular values of Cauchy-Toeplitz matrices

S. Roch, B. Silbermann

pp. 537-549

Inversion formulas and fast algorithms for Lowner-Vandermonde

matrices

K. Rost, Z. Vavrin

pp. 551-562

Matrix cyclization over complex polynomials

W. Schmale

pp. 563-577

On matrices for which norm bounds are attained

H. Schneider, H.F. Weinberger

pp. 579-594

Fiedler matrices and their factorization

J.L. Stuart, J. Weaver

pp. 595-615

Sensitivity analysis of the discrete-time algebraic Riccati equation

J.-G. Sun

pp. 617-626

On normal matrices of zeros and ones with fixed row sum

B.-Y. Wang, F. Zhang

pp. 627-629

[Conference report]]

[V. Mehrmann, H. Schneider]

pp. 631-632

Author Index Vol. 275-276

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From: Maxim Larin <max@lapasrv.sscc.ru>

Date: Wed, 10 Jun 98 10:26:36 +0700

**Subject: Contents, Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics**

Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics

Editor-in-Chief: A.S.Alekseev

Institute of Comp. Math. and Mathem. Geophysics,

Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch,

Lavrentjeva 6, Novosibirsk 630090, RUSSIA

E-mail: aleks@sscc.ru

Managing Editor: V.A.Vasilenko

Institute of Comp. Math. and Mathem. Geophysics,

Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch,

Lavrentjeva 6, Novosibirsk 630090, RUSSIA

E-mail: Vasilenko@oapmg.sscc.ru

Scientific secretary: V.P.Il'in

Institute of Comp. Math. and Mathem. Geophysics,

Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch,

Lavrentjeva 6, Novosibirsk 630090, RUSSIA

E-mail: ilin@sscc.ru

Aims and Scope

The Publishing House of Siberian Division of Russian Academy of Sciences

from 1998 began to issue the new quarterly Siberian Journal on Numerical

Mathematics (SibJNM). The editorial board consists of the well-known

specialists in numerical mathematics and its applications from Siberia

and from all over Russia. The aim of this action is to demonstrate, in

concentrated form, to the Russian and International Mathematical Community

the latest most important investigations of Siberian numerical

mathematicians in various scientific and engineering fields. Indeed,

the cooperation with the numerical mathematicians from the other regions

of Russia and from other countries is welcome. Our Journal will be

distributed in Russia, in the Western and Eastern Europe, in the United

States and in Japan.

Main SibJNM Topics

- Numerical Mathematics

- Mathematical and Numerical Modeling

- Applied Informatics

- Automatization of Scientific and Applied Studies

Editorial Office

Editorial Office of SibJNM,

prospect Lavrentieva, 6,

630090, Novosibirsk, Russia.

Tel: (007) 3832-396545

E-mail: sibjnm@oapmg.sscc.ru

Fax: (007) 3832-343783

Contents of Volume 1, 1998

Number 1, pp.1-98

A.S. Alekseev

On the scientific and educational potential of Siberia in the field of

computational and applied mathematics (foreword of the

Editor-in-Chief), pp.3-4

S.K. Godunov and V.M. Gordienko

The Krylov space and the Kalman equation (in Russian), pp.5-10

A.N. Gorban'

Generalized approximation theorem and computational capabilities of

neural networks (in Russian), pp.11-24

A.N. Konovalov

Conjugate-factorized models in mathematical physics

problems (in Russian), pp.25-58

L.D. Menikhes and V.P. Tanana

The finite-dimensional approximation for the Lavrent'ev method

(in Russian), pp.59-66

G.A. Mikhailov

New Monte Carlo methods for solving boundary value problems (and related

topics), pp.67-76

V.V. Ostapenko

Approximation of Hugoniot's conditions by explicit conservative

difference schemes for non-stationar shock waves

(in Russian), pp.77-87

S.B. Sorokin

Step-by-step inversion method for elasticity problems, pp.89-98

Number 2, pp.99-196

E.G. Bykova and V.V. Shaidurov

A nonuniform difference scheme with fourth order of accuracy

in a domain with smooth boundary (in Russian), pp.99-118

A.V. Voytishek

On the permissible class of interpolations for discrete-stochastic

procedures of global estimation of functions (in Russian),

pp.119-134

V.M. Malbackov

On the statistical properties of the hydrodynamic models based

on solutions to the Boussinesq equations (in Russian),

pp.135-142

R.V. Namm

On characterization of a limit point in the iterative

prox-regularization method (in Russian), pp.143-152

V.A. Rukavishnikov and A.Yu. Bespalov

On the h-p version of the finite element method

for one-dimensional boundary value problem with singularity

of a solution, pp.153-170

L.I. Skurin

An iterative-marching method for solving problems of fluid and

gas mechanics (in Russian), pp.171-182

T.A. Sushkevich, S.A. Strelkov, A.K. Kulikov, and

S.V. Maksakova

A model of the polarized radiation transfer in a planar layer

with interface of two media (in Russian), pp.183-194

Number 3 (forthcoming), pp.197-2??

I.A. Blatov

On the incomplete factorization for

fast Fourier transform method for the discrete Poisson equation

in a curvelinear boundary domain (in Russian).

L.V.Gilyova

A cascadic multigrid algorithm in finite

element method for the three-dimensional Dirichlet problem

(in Russian).

V.A.Debelov, A.M.Matsokin, and S.A.Upol'nikov

Plane subdivision and set operations (in Russian).

A.I. Zadorin

Numerical solution of the equation with a

small parameter and the point source on the infinite interval

(in Russian).

B.G. Mikhailenko and O.N. Soboleva

Absorbing boundary conditions for the elastic theory equations

(in Russian).

V.F. Raputa, A.I. Krylova, and G.A. Platov

An inverse problem of estimating the total emission

for the nonstationary boundary layer of the atmosphere (in Russian).

G.I. Shishkin

Grid approximations of singularly perturbed systems of parabolic

convection-diffusion equations with counterflow.

An additional information you may obtain at http://www.sscc.ru/SibJNM/

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