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CFP: Advances in Computational Mathematics
 
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 3:42 pm    
Subject: CFP: Advances in Computational Mathematics
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CFP: Advances in Computational Mathematics

Call for Papers:

Dear Colleague,

The journal Advances in Computational Mathematics would like to announce a
special issue which is to be concerned with practical and theoretical
aspects of multiscale techniques.

Advances in Computational Mathematics is a new journal devoted to all
aspects of computational mathematics, including basic theory, applications,
algorithms and software. The journal is published by Baltzer Publishing
from Basel, Switzerland, and currently has more than forty members on its
editorial board, representing all areas of computational mathematics. John
Mason of the Royal Military College of Science, Shrivenham, UK, and Charles
A. Micchelli of T.J. Watson IBM Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, USA
serve as editors-in-chief.

Multigrid algorithms and multilevel methods are very prominent and perhaps
the most important recently developed concepts in a central area of
computational mathematics, namely the numerical treatment of partial
differential equations. The concept of wavelets arose from rather different
sources but turns out to be closely related. In fact, while wavelets have
found their primary applications in signal processing, image analysis and
data compression, recent investigations indicate their promising potential
for the numerical treatment of operator equations as well.
Summarizing all these techniques under the term multiscale techniques is
perhaps justified by their many common features. Their enormous overall
impact on computational mathematics as well as perpetually fruitful
feedback between applications, theory and development of tools make it an
excellent topic for a special issue of a journal with the above profile
which we hope could help synthesizing the ideas, aspects and directions of
research.

Therefore we cordially invite you to submit high quality, unpublished
manuscripts on any mathematical or algorithmic aspect of multiscale
techniques and their applications. We particularly welcome manuscripts on
wavelet and multiscale techniques for the numerical treatment of operator
equations, fast numerical linear algebra, inverse problems and statistics
or applications to geometric modelling.

All submitted papers will undergo the usual process of peer review. We hope
to publish a large number of submissions and will strive to ensure that
each paper receives careful and prompt consideration.

If you would like to submit a paper to this special issue please send three
copies of the manuscript to:

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dahmen,
Guest Editor, Special Issue on Multiscale Techniques,
Institut fur Geometrie und Praktische Mathematik,
RWTH Aachen,
Templergraben 55,
52056 Aachen,
Germany.
E-mail: dahmen@igpm.rwth-aachen.de

The deadline for submissions is June 30, 1994. We anticipate that the
special issue will appear early in 1995. A free sample copy of Advances in
Computational Mathematics containing 'instructions to authors' is available
from publish@baltzer.nl

Sincerely,

Wolfgang Dahmen, J.C. Baltzer AG, Science Publishers
Asterweg 1A, 1031 HL Amsterdam, The Netherlands
tel. +31-20-637 0061 fax. +31-20-632 3651
e-mail: publish@baltzer.nl
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