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Contents Advances in Computational Mathematics

Advances in Computational Mathematics

Editors-in-Chief:

John C. Mason, Applied & Computational Mathematics Group, Royal Military
College of Science Shrivenham, Swindon, SN6 8LA, England
E-mail: mason@rmcs.cran.ac.uk
and
Charles A. Micchelli, Mathematical Sciences Department, IBM Research
Center, P.O. Box 218, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598, USA
E-mail: cam@yktvmz.bitnet

Contents Volume 1, issues 3 & 4

W. Dahmen, S. Prossdorf and R. Schneider:
Wavelet approximation methods for pseudodifferential equations II: Matrix
compression and fast solution, pp. 259 - 335

K.A. Cliffe, T.J. Garratt and A. Spence:
Eigenvalues of the discretized Navier Stokes equation with application to
the detection of Hopf bifurcations, pp. 337 - 356

J. Williams and Z. Kalogiratou:
Least squares and Chebyshev fitting for parameter estimation in ODEs, pp.
357 - 366

C.T.H. Baker and C.A.H. Paul:
Parallel continuous Runge Kutta methods and vanishing lag delay
differential equations, pp. 367 - 394

Please request a FREE SPECIMEN COPY from publish@baltzer.nl!

Advances in Computational Mathematics is an interdisciplinary journal of
high quality, driven by the computational revolution and emphasising
innovation, application and practicality. This journal is of interest to a
wide audience of mathematicians, scientists and engineers concerned with
the development of mathematical principles and practical issues in
computational mathematics.

Publication areas of Advances in Computational Mathematics include
computational aspects of algebraic, differential and integral equations,
statistics, optimization, approximation, spline functions and wavelet
analysis. Submissions are especially encouraged in modern computing aspects
such as parallel processing and symbolic computation and application areas
such as neural networks and geometric modelling.

All contributions should involve novel research. Expository papers are also
welcomed provided they are informative, well written and shed new light on
existing knowledge. The journal will consider the publication of lengthy
articles of quality and importance. From time to time special issues
devoted to topics of particular interest to the reader will be published
with the guidance of a guest editor. Ideas for special issues can be
communicated to the Editors-in-Chief.

Software of accepted papers is tested and made available to the readers on
Netlib. Short communications, a problems section and letters to the
Editors-in-Chief are also featured in the journal at regular intervals.
Advances in Computational Mathematics is being published quarterly.

Authors are cordially invited to submit their manuscripts in triplicate to
John C. Mason, Applied & Computational Mathematics Group, Royal Military
College of Science, Shrivenham, Swindon SN6 8LA, UK, E-mail:
mason@rmcs.cran.ac.uk

All manuscripts will be refereed. The decision for publication will be
communicated by John C. Mason. After acceptance of their paper, authors are
invited to send a diskette with the TEX (or LATEX or AMS-TEX) source of
their paper together with a hard copy including the letter of acceptance to
John C. Mason. For papers concerning software an ASCII diskette is needed.

Personal subscriptions; subscriptions in developing countries and how to
subscribe

A personal subscription to Advances in Computational Mathematics is
available at Sfr. 130.00/US$ 97.00 per volume including postage. The
personal subscription is meant for private use only and may not be made
available to institutes and libraries. Subscriptions must be prepaid
privately and ordered directly from J.C. Baltzer AG, Science Publishers,
Wettsteinplatz 10, CH-4058 Basel, Switzerland.

For institutions in developing countries, a subscription is available at
the special price of Sfr. 130.00/US$ 97.00 per volume including postage.
Subscriptions must be prepaid and ordered directly from J.C. Baltzer AG,
Science Publishers, Wettsteinplatz 10, CH-4058 Basel, Switzerland.

In the United States please send your order to: J.C. Baltzer AG, Science
Publishers, P.O. Box 8577, Red Bank, NJ 07701-8577.
From all other countries please send your order to: J.C. Baltzer AG,
Science Publishers, Wettsteinplatz 10, CH-4058 Basel, Switzerland.

J.C. Baltzer AG, Science Publishers, Wettsteinplatz 10, CH-4058 Basel,
Switzerland, fax: +41 - 61 - 692 42 62, e-mail: publish@baltzer.nl
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