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Today's editor:  Craig Douglas (douglas-craig@cs.yale.edu)

Volume 9, Number 4 (approximately April 30, 1999)

Today's topics:

     Postcard from Copper Mountain
     Prometheus-1.0
     PLTMG8.1
     Copper 99 Contribution (Mavriplis)
     Copper 99 Contribution (Reitzinger)
     Copper 99 Contribution (Pernice)
     Copper 99 Paper (Haase)
     DD12 Second Announcement 
     International Workshop on Computational Physics Abstracts Due Date
     MGNet Bibliography (Zumbusch)

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Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 09:31:22 -0500 (PDT)
From: Craig C. Douglas 
Subject: Postcard from Copper Mountain

    Once again many of the multigrid crowd gathered in Copper Mountain for a
Colorado conference during April 12-16.  Just two of the participants have
attended all thirteen.  There were many new participants and many from Europe.
(Hopefully there will be many Americans at the European Multigrid Conference
in Gent at the end of September.)  There were about twenty graduate students
in attendance of which four took home awards.

    Number thirteen in the Colorado conference series turned out to be a very
important number when Achi Brandt suffered a skiing injury (a very, very
superstitious occurance).  Achi showed just how tough he is by coming to the
conference dinner and talks right afterwards.

    The conference series is also demonstrating that it is Y2K compliant by
announcing already that there will be conferences in the spring of 1900
(iterative methods) and 2001 (multigrid).  Of course, the real millenium bug
is best seen by pointing your favorite browser at the animation contained in
http://www.mgnet.org/resources/mil_bug.gif (my thanks to its creator).

    The parabolic skis from two years ago were now touted as styled skis (the
public seemingly did not appreciate time dependent skiing).  The snow at the
conference was well conditioned with lots of new snow just before and during
the conference, though nobody seemed to have time to notice this fact except
for a O(N) sized set who spent O(1) time on the slopes.

    The 1999 conference had two major themes:  algebraic multigrid (organized
by Van Henson) and parallel multigrid (organized by Jim Jones).  There were 69
talks and 3 tutorials.  We had the following number of talks on the special
topics:

    21  Algebraic Multigrid
     8  Parallel Algebraic Multigrid
    15  Parallel Multigrid

While we did not have any parallel sessions, we certainly had lots of parallel
talks.  The other sessions were devoted to fluids, pde reformulations, inverse
problems, special methods, and decomposition methods.

    Besides regular sessions, there was the circus and the bulls were raging
in the algebraic stock market session, easily surpassing 10,000 on the DOW
(Doesn't One Wonder what this means?).

    The circus had three talks.  The Linz group demonstrated their program
FEPP, which is a CAD based adpative grid multidimensional finite element
multigrid package that can handle industrial quality problems easily.  We had
a wavelet talk by Isreali.  Yavneh discussed a new solution of "determining
the height of a blanket that covers piles of junk" (his title, no kidding).

    During the AMG bull session there were many comments that said that
algebraic multigrid works when problems have two features:  locality and low
dimensional local subspaces.  There were also discussions on minor variants.
Missing from the session was a discussion of what the various incarnations of
algebraic multigrid really are and what they should be trying to accomplish.

    Continuing a tradition, there was a fossil's, er, FOSLS session.  The
speakers dug up a number of new topics.  My favorite was the talk by Andrea
Codd, who described how to simulate a square eye.  (What?  Your eye is three
dimensional?  That is simply too complicated just yet to work with.)  By
converting her problem into a small print, page long first order system and
minimizing it, she will be able to get a Ph.D. and go home to Australia.
Astonishingly, there is a faculty member at the University of Colorado who is
building a square eye in order for her to see how accurate her simulations
really are!  (I maintained after the talk, and still do, that if she can solve
such a hard problem, it would be a real shame for her to go home.  Surely
there is someone in the United States who can convince her to stay after
graduation instead.)

    There were a number of talks highlighting that we are almost to the point
that given part of a multilevel problem, the rest can be generated
automatically at what is potentially an acceptable cost.  There are also
methods that operate even more optimally, but they have an O(n!) step instead
of the textbook multigrid efficiency that was once an astonishing O(n)!

    All encompassing (parallel) multilevel packages that generate problems,
visualize the solutions, and can solve industrial strength problems have become
a growth industry.  While packages have been developed for sale for large
amounts of money, there are even some that are free.  There were talks
describing a number of these packages:  Los Alamos, Sandia, Livermore, NIST,
Linz ($$$?), and the GMD spinoffs ($$$).  This on top of ones from places like
Stuttgart/Heidelberg, San Diego, and others who did not give talks.  If I
missed your package, send me email and I will include it in the web page on
codes, http://www.mgnet.org/mgnet-codes.html.

    Multigrid has always been known as a high performance method.  A question
has been raised by the two groups caching in on multigrid that maybe it can
run 2-5 times faster and get the exact same answer as the traditional
implementations.  Does this mean that most people have been writing poor
codes?  No, it means that the hardware architects have been producing faster
CPU's with the same old memory speeds.  Hence, we need more sophisticated
algorithms.  Alternately, buying computers with 3-6 times as many processors
seems to be an acceptable alternative.  Of course, with talks describing how
various multilevel algorithms scaled on four to ten thousand actual processors
was different from recent conferences.

    Papers for the special issue are due at ETNA no later than May 17!

    See you at the 2000 and 2001 conferences.

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Date: Fri, 16 Apr 1999 12:40:35 -0700
From: Mark Adams 
Subject: Prometheus-1.0

We would like to announce the alpha release of the Prometheus library:  a
fully parallel multigrid-based linear system solver for unstructured 3D Finite
Element problems.  Prometheus takes a FE mesh distributed across multiple
processors, automatically generates all the coarse representations and
operators for standard multigrid algorithms, and solves the linear system.

Prometheus is designed for distributed memory machines, and has been used to
solve irregular 40 million degree-of-freedom problems, with large (10^4) jumps
in material coefficients and incompressible materials (v=0.49), on 960 IBM
PowerPC processors with over 50% parallel efficiency.  It uses C++ with MPI,
is built on PETSc (www.mcs.anl.gov/petsc) and ParMetis
(www-users.cs.umn.edu/~karypis/metis), and is correspondingly portable.  It
has been tested extensively on the Cray T3E and IBM PowerPC cluster; support
for more platforms will be added depending on demand.

Prometheus has been developed for large scale solid mechanics problems and has
only been run on symmetric positive definite systems.  However, Prometheus can
in principle be used for any problem for which effective Krylov and multigrid
algorithms exist (multigrid conference proceedings are one source for such
algorithms e.g., www.mgnet.org).  Prometheus uses no explicit information
about the partial differential equation being solved (it only uses geometric
information about the fine grid mesh).  The primary purpose of Prometheus is
to construct standard multigrid operators for unstructured FE meshes for use
in multigrid preconditioners for Krylov solvers.  The current version supports
only first order hexahedral and tetrahedral elements; the next release will
support shell and beam elements as well.

Prometheus-1.0 documentation and library can be found at
www.cs.berkeley.edu/~madams/Prometheus-1.0.  It is freely available.  We are
interested in interacting with potential users to get feedback on the
effectiveness and usability of the algorithms and code, to help in the
continued development of Prometheus.

Mark Adams (madams@cs.berkeley.edu)
Jim Demmel (demmel@cs.berkeley.edu)
R.L.Taylor (rlt@ce.berkeley.edu)

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Date: Mon, 26 Apr 1999 10:28:21 -0700
From: "Randolph E. Bank" 
Subject: PLTMG8.1

I made a few changes to the pltmg8.1 tar file:

1. I put in a separate makefile for linux/g77
2. I changed to GUI logo from pltmg8.0 to pltmg8.1 (oops....)

    Editor's Note: See http://www.mgnet.org/mgnet-codes-pltmg.html
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Date: Fri, 09 Apr 1999 16:03:52 -0400
From: Dimitri Mavriplis 
Subject: Copper 99 Contribution (Mavriplis)

copper.99.mavriplis.talk.gz is the name of the file I have put on the MGNet
server.  This is not a paper, but a copy of my view graphs for the 1999 Copper
Mtn MG conference.  This is also viewable at
http://www.icase.edu/~dimitri/copper.99

                A Highly Scalable Unstructured Aggolomeration
               Multigrid Algorithm for Viscous Turbulent Flows

    Editor's Note: See http://www.mgnet.org/mgnet-ccmm99.html or access it at
    -------------  http://www.mgnet.org/Conferences/CopperMtn99/Talks/mavriplis.ps.gz

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Date: Mon, 26 Apr 1999 09:39:59 +0200
From: Stefan Reitzinger 
Subject: Copper 99 Contribution (Reitzinger)

I have put my slides of the 9th Copper Mountain Conference on the MGNet.
Unfortunately I have not the time to put a technical report on it, because
there is no time to do this in the near future.  But I will update it as soon
as possible!

                Hybrid Approaches for Solution of Steady-State
                    Incompressible Navier-Stokes Eqations

    Editor's Note: See http://www.mgnet.org/mgnet-ccmm99.html or access it at
    -------------  http://www.mgnet.org/Conferences/CopperMtn99/Talks/reitzinger.ps.gz

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Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 14:09:19 -0600
From: Michael Pernice 
Subject: Copper 99 Contribution (Pernice)

Following the suggetion you made at Wednesday night's dinner, I've downloaded
a postscript copy of my CuMtn99 talk.

        Algebraic Multigrid Methods Based on Element Stiffness Matrices

    Editor's Note: See http://www.mgnet.org/mgnet-ccmm99.html or access it at
    -------------  http://www.mgnet.org/Conferences/CopperMtn99/Talks/pernice.ps.gz

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Date: Mon, 26 Apr 1999 14:20:39 +0200
From: Gundolf Haase 
Subject: Copper 99 Paper (Haase)

                     A Parallel AMG for Overlapping and 
                     Non-overlapping Domain Decomposition

                                Gundolf Haase
                       Johannes Kepler University Linz

                                   Abstract

There exist several approaches for the parallel solving of huge systems of
linear equations resulting from the discretization of 2nd order elliptic pdes.
We distinguish between overlapping and non-overlapping decompositions based on
the distribution of finite elements.  On the other hand, there exists a great
demand on Algebraic Multigrid solvers (AMG) which have as input only matrix
and right hand side or, as a substitute, the appropriate information per
element.

In this paper we propose a parallel AMG algorithm using overlapping or non-
overlapping data decompositions.

    Editor's Note: See http://www.mgnet.org/mgnet-ccmm99.html or access it at
    -------------  http://www.mgnet.org/Conferences/CopperMtn99/Papers/haase.ps.gz

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Date: Sun, 11 Apr 1999 08:17:15 +0900
From: "dd12" 
Subject: DD12 Second Announcement 

Second Announcement and Call for Papers

12th International Conference
on Domain Decomposition Methods
October 25-29, 1999
Chiba University
Chiba, Japan

Domain Decomposition (DD) has served as an organizing principle for many
concepts and methodologies in mathematics, computer science, and
computational science and engineering. And also DD will contribute to
originate new concepts and methodologies in related fields mentioned above,
which will give a clue to understand and solve complex problems existing in
our real world at present. The objective of this conference is to promote
understanding and use of DD for the solution of problems arising in various
fields of science and engineering and to promote interaction between
researchers throughout the above-mentioned disciplines. The conference will
include invited plenary talks by leading experts in the field from academia,
research institutions, and industry, as well as mini-symposia, contributed
papers and graduate student paper sessions. In particular, it will focus on:

Conference Themes

Domain decomposition in science and engineering
Theoretical developments
Multilevel methods
Parallel machine architecture
Parallel algorithms and their implementation
Demonstrations and evaluations of large-scale codes

Application Topics

Acoustics and electromagnetics
Aerospace applications
Automotive applications
Biological applications
Control applications
Coupled phenomena
Dimension reduction
Grid generation
Mathematical surface problems
Micro-electronics applications
Optimization
Parallel processing
Particulate flows
Ship applications

Conference Deadlines

Proposals for mini-symposia      April 30
Proposals for contributed papers April 30
Proposals for exhibition         May 31
Early registration               August 31
Late Registration                September 30

PLEASE NOTICE THE CHANGE OF DEADLINES for mini-symposia and contributed
papers to April 30.

Proposals for Mini-symposia

Mini-symposia will be 2 hour sessions of 3-5 speakers focussing on a single
topic. The organizer of each mini-symposium will invite the speakers and
decide on the topics to be addressed. Proposals for mini-symposia can be
submitted via email to dd12@applmath.tg.chiba-u.ac.jp. Session title,
organizer, names of speakers and a summary of the topic should be included
in the email.

Proposals for Contributed Papers

If you wish to present a paper (including graduate student paper), please
submit an abstract (one page up to 400 words in plain text or Postscript
file) via email to dd12@applmath.tg.chiba-u.ac.jp.

Invited Speakers

Christine Bernardi (University Pierre et Marie Curie, France)
Dietrich Braess(Ruhr-University, Germany)
Annalisa Buffa (University of Pavia, Italy)
Martin Gander (Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Marc Garbey(University Lyon 1, France)
Roland Glowinski(University of Houston, U.S.A.)
Takashi Kako(University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
Tshuguo Kondoh(Toyota Central Research and Development Labs., Japan)
Ulrich Langer (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria)
Jacques Louis Lions (French Academy of Science, France)
Yvon Maday (University Pierre et Marie Curie, France)
Kenichi Miura(Fujitsu Limited, Japan)
Masahisa Tabata(Kyushu University, Japan)
Olof Widlund(New York University, U.S.A.)

Conference Web Page

The web site of the conference contains up-to-date information:
http://applmath.tg.chiba-u.ac.jp/dd12/
(See also http://www.ddm.org for the history and archives of the conference
series.)

Scientific Committee

P. E. Bjorstad (Chairperson, Bergen, Norway)
T. F. Chan (UCLA, USA)
P. Deuflhard (ZIB, Germany)
R. Glowinski (Houston, USA)
R. Hoppe (Augsburg, Germany)
H. Kawarada (Chiba, Japan)
D. E. Keyes (ODU, USA)
Y. Kuznetsov (Houston, USA)
J. Periaux(St Cloud, France)
O. Pironneau (Paris VI, France)
A. Quarteroni (Lausanne, Switzerland)
Z. C. Shi (Academia Sinica, China)
O. Wildlund (Courant Inst., USA)
J. Xu (Penn State, USA)

Local Organizing Committee

I. Hagiwara (TIT)
T. Ikeda (Ryukoku Univ.)
H. Imai (Tokushima Univ.)
T. Kako (UEC)
H. Kawarada (Chairperson, Chiba Univ.)
H. Koshigoe (Chiba Univ.)
M. Mori (Kyoto Univ.)
M. Nakamura (Nihon Univ.)
H. Okamoto (Kyoto Univ.)
M. Tabata (Kyushu Univ.)
T. Takeda (UEC)
G. Yagawa (Univ. of Tokyo)

Registration Fee

Academics and Industrialists  Early 26,000   Late 30,000
Full time students            Early 13,000   Late 15,000
Accompanying person           Early 10,000   Late 12,000

Registration fee includes proceedings, book of abstracts, lunches,
refreshments, welcome party, and banquet.


Contact Information

Mrs. Akemi Tonomura, Institute of Applied Mathematics, Chiba University,
1-33 Yayoicho, Inage-ku, Chiba, 263-8522, JAPAN
Email : dd12@applmath.tg.chiba-u.ac.jp TEL&FAX: +81-43-290-3505

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Date: Mon, 26 Apr 1999 09:47:20 -0500
From: Zhangxin CHEN 
Subject: International Workshop on Computational Physics Abstracts Due Date

The deadline for submitting an abstract has been extended from

    April 30 to May 30, 1999.

See http://www.mgnet.org/conferences/iwcp-fftpm.0899.html for more information.

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Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 20:02:57 +0200 (MSZ)
From: Gerhard Zumbusch 
Subject: MGNet Bibliography (Zumbusch)

@TechReport{GWZumbusch_1991a,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Adaptive parallele {M}ultilevel-{M}ethoden zur {L}\"{o}sung elliptischer {R}andwertprobleme},
  institution =  {SFB 342, TU M\"{u}nchen},
  OPTaddress =   {Germany},
  year =         {1991},
  number =       {342/19/91 A},
}

@MastersThesis{GWZumbusch_1992a,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Adaptive parallele {M}ultilevel-{M}ethoden zur {L}\"{o}sung elliptischer {R}andwertprobleme},
  school =       {Mathematisches Institut, TU M\"{u}nchen},
  address =      {Germany},
  year =         {1992},
  type =         {Diplomarbeit},
}

@TechReport{GWZumbusch_1993a,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Symmetric Hierarchical Polynomials for the h-p-Version of Finite Elements},
  institution =  {Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum},
  address =      {Berlin, Germany},
  year =         {1993},
  number =       {SC-93-32},
}

@TechReport{GWZumbusch_1994a,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Visualizing Functions of the h-p-version of finite elements},
  institution =  {Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum},
  address =      {Berlin, Germany},
  year =         {1994},
  number =       {TR-94-05},
}

@InProceedings{GWZumbusch_1995a,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Adaptive h-p approximation procedures, graded meshes and anisotropic refinement for
     Numerical Quadrature},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of The First European Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications, ENUMATH 95},
  editor =       {F. Brezzi and J. Periaux and R. Glowinski and R. Rannacher and Yu. Kuznetsov},
  year =         {1995},
}

@PhdThesis{GWZumbusch_1995b,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Simultanous h-p Adaptation in Multilevel Finite Elements},
  school =       {Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik, FU Berlin},
  address =      {Germany},
  year =         {1995},
  note =         {published by Shaker, Aachen, 1996},
}

@Article{GWZumbusch_1996a,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Symmetric Hierarchical Polynomials and the Adaptive h-p-Version},
  journal =      {Houston Journal of Mathematics},
  year =         {1996},
  pages =        {529--540},
  note =         {Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Spectral and High Order Methods, ICOSAHOM'95},
}

@TechReport{CSchutte_MDinand_GWZumbusch_RBrinkmann_1995a,
  author =       {Ch. Sch\"{u}tte and M. Dinand and G. W. Zumbusch and R. Brinkmann},
  title =        {Dynamics of {E}rbium-doped Waveguide Lasers:
     Modelling, Reliable Simulation, and Comparison with Experiments},
  institution =  {Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum},
  address =      {Berlin, Germany},
  year =         {1995 },
  number =       {SC-95-24},
}

@InProceedings{MKorzen_RSchriever_KUZiener_OPaetsch_GWZumbusch_1996a,
  author =       {M. Korzen and R. Schriever and K.-U. Ziener and O. Paetsch and G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Real-Time 3-D Visualization of
     Surface Temperature Fields Measured by Thermocouples on Steel Structures in Fire Engineering},
  booktitle =    {Oroceedings of International Symposium Local Strain and Temperature Measurements in Non-Uniform Fields at
     Elevated Temperatures},
  pages =        {253--262},
  year =         {1996},
  editor =       {J. Ziebs and J. Bressers and H. Frenz and D.
     R. Hayhurst and H. Klingelh\"{o}ffer and S. Forest},
  publisher = {Woodhead Pub},
}

@TechReport{GWZumbusch_1996b,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Multigrid methods in {D}iffpack},
  institution =  {Sintef Applied Mathematics},
  year =         {1996},
  number =       {STF42 F96016},
  address =      {Oslo, Norway},
}

@TechReport{GWZumbusch_1996c,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Schur Complement Domain Decomposition Methods in {D}iffpack},
  institution =  {Sintef Applied Mathematics},
  year =         {1996},
  address =      {Oslo, Norway},
}

@TechReport{GWZumbusch_1996d,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Overlapping Domain Decomposition Methods in {D}iffpack},
  institution =  {Sintef Applied Mathematics},
  year =         {1996},
  address =      {Oslo, Norway},
}

@InProceedings{AMBruaset_HPLangtangen_GWZumbusch_1998a,
  author =       {A. M. Bruaset and H. P. Langtangen and G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Domain Decomposition and Multilevel Methods in
     {D}iffpack},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of Domain Decomposition Methods 9, DD9},
  pages =        {655--662},
  year =         {1998},
  editor =       {P. E. Bj{\o}rstad and M. S. Espedal and D. E. Keyes},
  publisher = {Domain Decomposition Press},
  address =      {Bergen, Norway},
  note =         {also as report STF42 F96017, Sintef Applied Mathematics, Oslo, 1996 },
}


@InProceedings{MGriebel_GWZumbusch_1997a,
  author =       {M. Griebel and G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Parnass: Porting gigabit-{LAN} components to a workstation cluster},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings
     of the 1st Workshop Cluster-Computing},
  pages =        {101--124},
  year =         {1997},
  editor =       {W. Rehm},
  number =       {CSR-97-05},
  series =       {Chemnitzer Informatik Berichte},
  organization = {TU Chemnitzer},
}

@InProceedings{MGriebel_GWZumbusch_1997b,
  author =       {M. Griebel and G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Parallel multigrid in an adaptive {PDE} solver based on hashing},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of ParCo '97},
  pages =        {589--599},
  editor =       {E. D'Hollander and G.R. Joubert and F.J. Peters and U. Trottenberg},
  publisher = {Elsevier},
  year =         {1997},
}

@InProceedings{MGriebel_GWZumbusch_1998a,
  author =       {M. Griebel and G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Hash-Storage Techniques for Adaptive Multilevel Solvers and their Domain Decomposition Parallelization},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of Domain Decomposition Methods 10, DD10},
  pages =        {279--286},
  year =         {1998},
  editor =       {J. Mandel and C. Farhat and X.-C. Cai},
  number =       {218},
  series =       {Contemporary Mathematics},
  publisher = {AMS},
}

@InProceedings{MGriebel_GWZumbusch_1998b,
  author =       {M. Griebel and G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Adaptive Sparse Grids for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of Seventh
     International Conference on Hyperbolic Problems, Theory, Numerics, Applications},
  year =         {1998},
  publisher = {Birkh\"{a}user},
}

@InProceedings{TSchiekofer_GWZumbusch_1999a,
  author =       {T. Schiekofer and G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Software Concepts of a Sparse Grid Finite Difference Code},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of the
     14th GAMM-Seminar Kiel on Concepts of Numerical Software},
  year =         {1999},
  editor =       {W. Hackbusch and G. Wittum},
  series =       {Notes on
     Numerical Fluid Mechanics},
  publisher = {Vieweg},
}

@InProceedings{GWZumbusch_1999a,
  author =       {G. W. Zumbusch},
  title =        {Dynamic loadbalancing in a lightweight adaptive parallel multigrid PDE solver},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of the 9th SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (PP99)},
  year =         {1999},
  publisher = {SIAM},
}


@InProceedings{MASchweitzer_GWZumbusch_MGriebel_1999a,
  author =       {M. A. Schweitzer and G. W. Zumbusch and M. Griebel},
  title =        {Parnass2: A Cluster of Dual-Processor {PC}s},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of the
     2nd Workshop Cluster-Computing},
  year =         {1999},
  editor =       {W. Rehm and T. Ungerer},
  number =       {CSR-99-02},
  series =       {Chemnitzer Informatik Berichte},
  organization = {TU Chemnitzer},
}

    Editor's Note: These will be reformatted and entered into the bibliography;
    -------------  see http://www.mgnet.org/mgnet-bib.html soon.

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