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Volume 5, Number 3 (approximately March 31, 1995)

Today's topics:

     3d MG code? (Stokes problems)
     Paper on additive correction multigrid
     Call for papers
     Winter School on Iterative Methods
     Bibtex files (Funaro)
     Bibtex entries (domain decomposition meetings)
     Bibtex files (McCormick)
     New book on Singular Perturbations

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Date: Wed, 1 Mar 95 14:41:56 MET
From: Merete.Eikemo@mi.uib.no
Subject: 3d MG code? (Stokes problems)

Dear Sir           

I was wondering if you could give me directions on where to find a multigrid
code for use on three dimensional Stokes problems.

Many thanks,

Merete Eikemo 
University of Bergen, Norway

Merete.Eikemo@mi.uib.no

    Editor's Note:  If you can help, please cc MGNet.
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Date: Mon, 27 Mar 1995 19:06:33 +0200
From: Thor Gjesdal 
Subject: Paper on additive correction multigrid

              A NOTE ON THE ADDITIVE CORRECTION MULTIGRID METHOD
                                 Thor Gjesdal
                       Christian Michelsen Research AS
                     P.O.  Box 3, 5036 Fantoft, Norway. 
                 phone: +47-55 57 40 40, fax: +47-55 57 40 41
                          email: Thor.Gjesdal@cmr.no


                                  ABSTRACT 

The Additive Correction Multigrid strategy [B. R. Hutchinson and G. D.
Raithby, Num. Heat Tranfer, 9, pp 511--537, 1986] is shown to be identical to
a cell-centred multigrid algorithm using both restriction and prolongation
operators based on piecewise constant interpolation.  It is demonstrated that
the method therefore cannot be expected to give true multigrid performance
(i.e.  grid-independent rate of convergence) for diffusion dominated problems.

    Editor's Note:  in mgnet/papers/Gjesdal/acm.*.
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Date: Sun, 5 Mar 1995 16:30:21 +0100
From: AOH Axelsson 
Subject: Call for papers

                    Special Issue of NLA 
             Announcement of a conference and
                       call for papers 

            ALGEBRAIC MULTILEVEL ITERATION METHODS
                     WITH APPLICATIONS

           University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands
                         June 13-15, 1996

Address for correspondence
Prof. Owe Axelsson 
Faculty of Mathematics and Informatica
Toernooiveld 1, NL-6525 ED Nijmegen
The Netherlands
e-mail: axelsson@sci.kun.nl  
        neytchev@sci.kun.nl
fax: 31(0)80652140


PROGRAM COMMITTEE:
Owe Axelsson,           Nijmegen,       The Netherlands
Dietrich Braess,        Bochum,         Germany
Tony F. Chan,           Los Angeles,    California
Richard E. Ewing,       College Station,Texas
Wolfgang Hackbusch,     Kiel,           Germany
Piet Hemker,            Amsterdam,      The Netherlands
Yuri A. Kuznetsov,      Moscow,         Russia
Ulrich Langer,          Linz,           Austria
Jean-Francois Maitre,   Lyon,           France
Panayot S. Vassilevski, Sofia,          Bulgaria
David M. Young,         Austin,         Texas , honorary member
Harry Yserentant,       Tubingen,       Germany

Local Organization Committee: 
Owe Axelsson, Maya Neytcheva, Mariana Nikolova, Ben Polman.

SCOPE:
The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for the presentation
and the discussion of recent progress in the analysis, implementation and
applications in various fields of algebraic multilevel iteration methods in
a broad sense. This includes their implementation on massively parallel
computers.

Topics covered include Algebraic Multilevel Iteration methods for
- second and fourth order elliptic scalar equations and systems of
  equations,
- mixed variable variational problems,
- nonselfadjoint problems and indefinite matrix problems,
- inner-outer iteration methods,
- parallel implementations, efficiency measures, scalability,
- robust implementations, i.e. convergence uniform with respect to meshsize
  parameter and  singular perturbation parameters,
- applications for Navier's equations and Stokes problem,
- applications outside partial differential equation problems,
- applications for nonlinear problems, such as electromagnetic field, 
  plastic flow, Navier-Stokes, and Miscible displacement problems.

CALL FOR PAPERS
Papers intended for presentation at the conference should be submitted to
Owe Axelsson. All papers should be delivered in a LaTeX format preferably
using the style file macros provided by the publisher (Wiley) of the
journal of Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications and submitted either
by electronic mail or on a floppy disk. The submission should be
accompanied by a printout sent by ordinary mail. The papers accepted for
presentation at the conference are planned to appear in a proceedings
volume ready for the conference. Authors who are unable to produce a paper
in LaTeX format are requested to contact the organizers. 
Some selected papers of original content will be considered for publication
in a special issue of Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications. 
All papers will be refereed according to the editorial policy of the journal.
Papers accepted for the journal are planned to appear in an issue three to
six months after the conference.

CALENDER:
Deadline for submission of full papers:         August   31, 1995
Referee reports due:                            December 15, 1995
Notification of acceptance:                     December 21, 1995
Deadline for submission of amended manuscripts: February 29, 1996
Notification of final acceptance:               April    15, 1996

GENERAL INFORMATION:
The conference will take place from June 13-15, 1996 at the University of
Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
The conference language will be English.
The registration fee will be   600,- (currently $ 350) and includes a copy
of the conference proceedings, two lunches and coffee and tea during breaks.

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Date: Fri, 10 Mar 1995 08:04:46 +0800 (EAT)
From: Ng Kwok Po 
Subject: Winter School on Iterative Methods

Winter School on Iterative Methods in 
Scientific Computing and Their Applications

The Institute of Mathematical Sciences 
The Chinese University of Hong Kong 
Shatin, Hong Kong 

December 14--20, 1995

Objectives:
To provide an intensive one week training course in state-of-the-art
iterative methods in scientific computing for senior graduate students,
post-doctoral researchers and lecturers in universities and practitioners 
in industry. It is hoped that after the course, the attendees will be 
familiar with the basic theories and algorithms, as well as potential
application areas and the vast and fast developing literature. 

Main Invited Lecturers:

Tony Chan (USA) 
Jack Dongarra (USA) 
Howard Elman (USA) 
Gene Golub (USA)
Franklin Luk (USA)
David Silvester (UK) 
Gilbert Strang (USA)
Henk van der Vorst (Netherland) 
Andy Wathen (UK) 
Jinchao Xu (USA)


School Model:
It will be a seven-day school with 10 main invited speakers.
Each main speaker will give three 40-min lectures. There will 
also be several other lectures given by speakers from the Asian 
region. There will be 5-6 lectures per day except for the fourth 
day which will be reserved for excursion or social activities.
Demonstration and exercise sessions will be at the end of each day.
Topics to be covered include: Basic theory, parallel algorithms
and applications. Lecture notes of the School will be distributed 
to attendees. Polished version of the lecture notes will be published 
later for general international distribution. 

Sponsors:
The Winter School is sponsored by the Institute of Mathematical
Science at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, The British Council,
The Hong Kong Pei Hua Education Foundation Ltd., as well as other
foundations and agencies. 

Organizing Committees:
General Co-Chairmen of the School are Prof. Tony Chan of UCLA and 
Dr. Raymond Chan of CUHK. Program Chairman is Prof. Gene Golub of 
Stanford University. 

Registration:
Registration fee is US$100 which includes all lecture notes
to be distributed at the School. To receive the registration
form, please send a note by postal or electronic mail
to Dr. K.M. Yeung at the address listed below. A latex file
of the form can also be obtained by anonymous ftp to ims.cuhk.hk. 
The file name is conf/winter/regis.tex.  

General Information:
Detail information of the School can be obtained by anonymous ftp to 
ims.cuhk.hk. The file name is conf/winter/info.ps. World-wide web users 
can access to http://euler.math.cuhk.hk/conference/dec95/info.html.
For enquiry, please contact: 

Dr. K.M. Yeung 
Department of Mathematics
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, Hong Kong
E-Mail: kmyeung@cuhk.hk 
Fax: +(852) 2603-5154  

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Date: Mon, 13 Mar 95 18:33:28 ITA
From: FUN18%IPVIAN.bitnet@yalevm.ycc.YALE.EDU
Subject: Bibtex files (Funaro)

I sent in a mail apart a short list of references related
to domain decomposition methods. It would be great if you
could also include these in your MGNet bibliography.
Thanks and best regards.
                            Daniele Funaro

\item{\bf 1.}{\bf C.Canuto \& D.Funaro,}{ The Schwarz Algorithm for Spectral
Methods, SIAM J. Numer. Anal., Vol.25, n.1 (1988), pp.24-40.
\medskip
\item{\bf 2.}{\bf D.Funaro,}{ Domain Decomposition Methods for Pseudo-Spectral
Approximations. Part One: Second Order Equations in One Dimension, Numer.
Math., n.52 (1988), pp.329-344.}
\medskip
\item{\bf 3.}{\bf D.Funaro,}{ Convergence Analysis for Pseudo Spectral
Multidomain Approximations of Linear Advection Equations, IMA J. Numer. Anal.,
n.10 (1990), pp.63-74.}
\medskip
\item{\bf 4.}{\bf D.Funaro,}{ Pseudo Spectral Approximation of
a \  P.D.E. defined on a Triangle, Applied Mathematics and Computations,
Vol. 42, n.2 (1991), pp.121-138.}
\medskip
Technique to investigate Nonlinear Guided Waves: Approximation of Nonlinear
Schr\"odinger Equation by Nonperiodic Pseudospectral Methods, Numerical Methods
for PDE, Vol.10, n.6(1994), pp.667-675.}
\medskip
\item{\bf 6.}{\bf O.Coulaud, D.Funaro \& O.Kavian, }{ Laguerre Spectral
Approximation of Elliptic Problems in Exterior Domains, Proceedings of the
ICOSAHOM, Como, june 26/29, 1989 (C.Canuto \& A.Quarteroni Eds., North-Holland,
Amsterdam), pp.451-458.}
\medskip
\item{\bf 7.}{\bf D.Funaro,} { Polynomial Approximation of Differential
Equations, Lecture Notes in Physics, Monographs, Volume n.8, Springer-Verlag
(1992).

    Editor's Note:  These will be cleaned up and included in the bibliography
    -------------   in early April.

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Date: Fri, 31 Mar 1995 15:59:05 -0500
From: douglas@noisy.watson.ibm.com (Craig Douglas)
Subject: Bibtex entries (domain decomposition meetings)

I have added a number of entries to the bibliography recently.  Of interest
might be the following:

@book{AQuarteroni_AValli_1994a,
  author =      "A. Quarteroni and A. Valli",
  title =       "Numerical Approximation of Partial Differential Equations",
  publisher =   "Springer--Verlag",
  address =     "Berlin",
  year =        "1994",
  }
@book{AQuarteroni_JPeriaux_YAKuznetsov_OBWidund_1994a,
  author =      "A. Quarteroni and J. P{\'e}riaux and Yu. A. Kuznetsov and
                 O. B. Widund",
  title =       "Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering:
                 The Sixth International Conference on Domain Decomposition",
  series =      "Contemporary Mathematics",
  volume =      "157",
  publisher =   "American Mathematical Society",
  address =     "Providence, Rhode Island",
  year =        "1994",
  }
@book{DEKeyes_JXu_1994a,
  author =      "D. E. Keyes and J. Xu",
  title =       "Domain Decomposition Methods in Scientific and Engineering
                 Computing:  Proceedings of the Seventh International
                 Conference on Domain Decomposition",
  series =      "Contemporary Mathematics",
  volume =      "180",
  publisher =   "American Mathematical Society",
  address =     "Providence, Rhode Island",
  year =        "1994",
  }

All of the entries in the latter two books are now in the bibliography (thanks
to my co-author of the bibliography).

As this issue is already getting large, I will include a processed document
next month with the new entries.

I also received the following, but managed to lose the e-mail header:

@article{LFPavarino_1994b,
  author =      "L. F. Pavarino",
  title =       "Schwarz methods with local refinement for the p-version finite
                 element method",
  journal =     "Numer. Math.",
  volume =      "69",
  year =        "1994",
  pages =       "185--211",
  }
@incollection{LFPavarino_OBWidlund_1995a,
  author =      "L. F. Pavarino and O. B. Widlund",
  title =       "Preconditioned conjugate gradient solvers for spectral
                 elements in 3{D}",
  booktitle =   "Solution Techniques for Large-Scale {CFD} Problems",
  editors =     "W. G. Habashi",
  publisher =   "John Wiley \& Sons",
  address =     "New York",
  year =        "1995",
  pages =       "189--210",
  }

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Date: Fri, 17 Mar 1995 21:52:55 -0700
From: stevem@boulder.colorado.edu (steve mccormick)
Subject: Bibtex files (McCormick)

@article{McCormick:eigen 81 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "A mesh refinement method for {Ax = \lambda Bx}",
  journal =     "Math Comp.",
  year =        "1981",
  volume =      "36",
  pages =       "485--498",
}
@article{McCormick:mgalg82 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "An algebraic interpretation of multigrid methods",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1982",
  volume =      "19",
  pages =       "548--560",
}
@article{Brandt:eigen83 ,
  author =      "A. Brandt, S. F. McCormick, and J. Ruge",
  title =       "Multigrid methods for differential eigenproblems",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Sci. Stat. Comp.",
  year =        "1983",
  volume =      "4",
  pages =       "244--260",
}
@article{McCormick:mgtheory82 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick and J. Ruge",
  title =       "Multigrid methods for variational problems",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1982",
  volume =      "19",
  pages =       "924--929",
}
@article{McCormick:ugsim83 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick and J. Ruge",
  title =       "Unigrid for multigrid simulation",
  journal =     "Math. Comp.",
  year =        "1983",
  volume =      "41",
  number =      43--62"",
  pages =       "",
}
@article{Holland:ugdomains82 ,
  author =      "W. Holland, S. F. McCormick, and J. Ruge",
  title =       "Unigrid methods for boundary value problems on
                 nonrectangular domains",
  journal =     "J. Comp. Phys.",
  year =        "1982",
  volume =      "48",
  pages =       "412--422",
}
@article{McCormick:mgtheory84 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multigrid methods for variational problems: further results",
  journal =     " SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1984",
  volume =      "21",
  pages =       "255--263",
}
@article{Gary:cyber83 ,
  author =      "J. Gary, S. F. McCormick, and R. Sweet",
  title =       "SOR, multigrid and preconditioned conjugate gradients for
                 solving a diffusion problem on the CYBER 205",
  journal =     "Appl. Math. Comp. Spec. Issue on Multigrid Methods
  editor =      "S. F. McCormick and U. Trottenberg",
  year =        "l983",
  volume =      "13",
  pages =       "285--310",
}
@article{McCormick:mgtheory85 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multigrid methods for variational problems: general theory
                  for the V-cycle",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1985",
  volume =      "22",
  pages =       "634--643",
}
@article{McCormick:fac84 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Fast adaptive composite grid (FAC) methods: theory for the
                 variational case",
  booktitle =   "Defect Correction Methods: Theory and Applications;
                 Computations Supplementation",
  editor =      "K. Bohmer and H.J. Stetter",
  year =        "1984",
  volume =      "5",
  pages =       "115--122",
}
@article{McCormick:facell86 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick and J. Thomas",
  title =       "The fast adaptive composite grid method (FAC) for elliptic
                 boundary value problems",
  journal =     "Math Comp.",
  year =        "1986",
  volume =      "46",
  pages =       "439--456",
}
@article{Mandel:mgtheory88 ,
  author =      "J. Mandel, S. F. McCormick, and J. Ruge",
  title =       "An algebraic theory for multigrid methods for variational
                  problems",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1988",
  volume =      "25",
  pages =       "91--110",
}
@article{Mandel:eigen89 ,
  author =      "J. Mandel and S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "A multilevel variational method for {Au = \lambda Bu}
                 on composite grids",
  journal =     "J. Comp. Phys.",
  year =        "1989",
  volume =      "80",
  pages =       "442--450",
}
@article{Hart:faccoup85 ,
  author =      "L. Hart, S. F. McCormick, O'Gallagher, and J. Thomas",
  title =       "The fast adaptive composite grid method (FAC): algorithms
                 for advanced computers",
  journal =     "Appl. Math. Comp. Spec. Issue on Multigrid Methods",
  year =        "1985",
  volume =      "Spec. Issue on Multigrid Methods",
  pages =       "",
}
@article{Heroux:facappl88 ,
  author =      "M. Heroux, S. F. McCormick, S. McKay, and J. Thomas",
  title =       "Applications of the fast adaptive composite grid method",
  series =      "Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics",
  publisher =   "Marcel-Dekker",
  year =        "1988",
  volume =      "110",
  pages =       "",
}
@article{Briggs:mghc88 ,
  author =      "W. Briggs, L. Hart, S. F. McCormick, and D. Quinlan",
  title =       "Multigrid   methods  on  a  hypercube",
  series =      "Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics",
  publisher =   "Marcel-Dekker",
  year =        "1988",
  volume =      "110",
  pages =       "",
}
@article{Liu:mgpotflo88 ,
  author =      "C. Liu and S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multigrid, elliptic grid generation and the fast adaptive
                 composite grid method for solving transonic potential flow
                 equations",
  series =      "Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics",
  publisher =   "Marcel-Dekker",
  year =        "1988",
  volume =      "110",
  pages =       "",
}
@article{Hart:afaca89 ,
  author =      "L. Hart and S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Asynchronous multilevel adaptive methods for solving
                 partial differential equations on multiprocessors: basic
                 ideas",
  journal =     "Parallel Computing",
  year =        "1989",
  volume =      "12",
  pages =       "131--144",
}
@article{Cai:aschwarz89 ,
  author =      "Z. Cai and S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Computational complexity of the Schwarz alternating
                     procedure",
  journal =     "Int'l. J. High Speed Computing",
  year =        "1989",
  volume =      "1",
  pages =       "1--28",
}
@article{McCormick:mgtrends88 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multigrid trends",
  journal =     "SIAM News",
  year =        "1988",
  volume =      "21",
  number =      "1",
  pages =       "",
  month =       "January"
}
@article{Cai:fvefac90 ,
  author =      "Z. Cai and S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "On the accuracy of the finite volume element method for
                 diffusion equations on composite grids",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1990",
  volume =      "27",
  pages =       "636--655",
}
@article{McCormick:faccomplexity90 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick, M. McKay, and J. Thomas",
  title =       "Computational complexity of the fast adaptive composite grid
                 (FAC) method",
  journal =     "Appl. Numer. Math.",
  year =        "1990",
  volume =      "6",
  pages =       "",
}
@article{McCormick:afacb89 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick and D. Quinlan",
  title =       "Asynchronous  parallel adaptive  methods  for solving
                 partial differential equations: performance results",
  journal =     "Parallel Computing",
  year =        "1989",
  volume =      "12",
  pages =       "145--156",
}
@article{McCormick:matspeed89 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Computation:  breaking the matrix speed limit",
  journal =     "Nature Magazine (News and Views)",
  year =        "1989",
  volume =      "337",
  pages =       "205",
}
@book{McCormick:mam89 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multilevel Adaptive Methods for Partial Differential
                 Equations",
  publisher =   "SIAM",
  address =     "Philadelphia",
  year =        "1989",
  volume =      "",
  pages =       "",
}
@article{Cai:fve91 ,
  author =      "Z. Cai, J. Mandel and, S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "The finite volume element method for diffusion equations on
                 general triangulations",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1991",
  volume =      "28",
  pages =       "392--402",
}
@article{McCormick:fvehigh90 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick and U. R{\"u}de",
  title =       "On local refinement higher order methods for elliptic
                 partial differential equations",
  journal =     "Inter. J. High Speed Comp.",
  year =        "1990",
  volume =      "2",
  pages =       "331--334",
}
@article{McCormick:facfve94 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick and U. R{\"u}de",
  title =       "A finite volume convergence theory for the fast adaptive
                 composite grid method",
  journal =     "Appl. Numer. Math.",
  year =        "1994",
  volume =      "14",
  pages =       "91--103",
}
@article{McCormick:faceigen94 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multilevel adaptive methods for elliptic eigenproblems: two
                 level convergence theory",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1994",
  volume =      "31",
  pages =       "1731--1745",
}
@article{Liu:mgtrans91.,
  author =      "C. Liu, Z. Liu and, S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multigrid methods for flow transition in a planar channel",
  journal =     "Comp. Phys. Comm.",
  year =        "1991",
  volume =      "65",
  pages =       "188--200",
}
@article{Liu:factrans91 ,
  author =      "C. Liu. Z. Liu and, S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multilevel adaptive methods for incompressible flow in
                 grooved channels",
  journal =     "J. Comp. Appl. Math",
  year =        "1991",
  volume =      "38",
  pages =       "",
}
@article{Liu:disccoeff92 ,
  author =      "C. Liu, Z. Liu, and, S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "An  efficient  multigrid  scheme  for  elliptic  equations
                 with discontinuous  coefficients",
  journal =     "Comms. Appl. Numer. Methods",
  year =        "1992",
  volume =      "8",
  pages =       "621--631",
}
@book{McCormick:pml92 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multilevel Projection Methods for Partial Differential
                 Equations",
  series =      "CBMS-NSF",
  publisher =   "SIAM",
  address =     "Philadelphia",
  year =        "1992",
  volume =      "",
}
@article{McCormick:mgeit93 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick and G. Wade",
  title =       "Multigrid solution of linearized, regularized least squares
                 problems in electrical impedance tomography",
  journal =     "Inverse Problems",
  year =        "1993",
  volume =      "9",
  pages =       "697--713",
}
@inproceedings{McCormick:afacideal92 ,
  author =      "S. F. McCormick and D. Quinlan",
  title =       "Idealized analysis of asynchronous multilevel methods",
  booktitle =   "Procs. Symp. on Adaptive, Multilevel, and Hierarchical
                 Computational Strategies",
  editor =      "A.K. Noor",
  publisher =   "ASME AMD"
  year =        "1992",
  volume =      "157",
  pages =       "1--8",
}
@article{Manteuffel:isotranspI94 ,
  author =      "T. Manteuffel, S. F. McCormick, J. Morel, S. Olivera, and G.
                 Yang",
  title =       "A fast multigrid algorithm for isotropic transport problems,
                 Part I: pure scattering",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Sci. Comp.",
  year =        "1994",
  volume =      "",
  pages =       "474--493",
}
@article{Liu:flames93 ,
  author =      "C. Liu, Z. Liu and, S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "Multilevel adaptive methods for laminar diffusion flames",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Sci. Comp.",
  year =        "1993",
  volume =      "8",
  pages =       "341--355",
}
@article{Cai:foslsI94 ,
  author =      "Z. Cai, R.D. Lazarow, T. Manteuffel, and S. F. McCormick",
  title =       "First-order system least squares for second-order partial
                 differential equations: Part I",
  journal =     "SIAM J. Numer. Anal.",
  year =        "1994",
  volume =      "31",
  pages =       "1785--1802",
}

    Editor's Note:  These will be cleaned up and included in the bibliography
    -------------   in early April.

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Date: Wed, 22 Mar 1995 16:31:54 -0700 (MST)
From: Leonid Kalachev 
Subject: New book on Singular Perturbations

I have recently published a new book on singular perturbations and their
applications with SIAM.

Title: The Boundary Function Method for Singular 
         Perturbation Problems
Authors: Adelaida B. Vasil'eva, Valentin F. Butuzov, 
              and LeonidV.Kalachev
221 pages, hard cover, published in February 1995. 

Those of you who are interested in this field may find the book very helpful.

Please feel free to contact SIAM for further information:  siam@siam.org.

(When ordering the book from SIAM:  prepayment is required; shipping charge
will apply.)

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