Send mail to: mgnet@cs.yale.edu for the digests or bakeoff mgnet-requests@cs.yale.edu for comments or help Anonymous ftp repository: www.mgnet.org (128.163.209.19) Current editor: Craig Douglas douglas-craig@cs.yale.edu World Wide Web: http://www.mgnet.org or http://casper.cs.yale.edu/mgnet/www/mgnet.html or http://www.cerfacs.fr/~douglas/mgnet.html or http://phase.etl.go.jp/mgnet or http://www.nchc.gov.tw/RESEARCH/Math/mgnet/www/mgnet.html Today's editor: Craig Douglas (douglas-craig@cs.yale.edu) Volume 10, Number 9 (approximately September 30, 2000) Today's topics: SMU Job Advertisement New paper (Kan, Vuik, Wesseling) Software reference (Kan, Vuik, Wesseling) New entries in MGNet Bibliography Multigrid VI Proceedings Question DDM 13 (Lyons, France) Talks ------------------------------------------------------- Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 16:36:49 -0500 From: "Fincher, Pam"Subject: SMU Job Advertisement Southern Methodist University Department of Mathematics Applications are invited for one tenure-track assistant professor position to begin in the fall semester of 2001. Applicants must provide evidence of outstanding research and a strong commitment to teaching at all levels. The Department of Mathematics has an active doctoral program in computational and applied mathematics. The department is interested in promoting interdisciplinary activity with the departments in engineering and science at SMU. To apply, send a letter of application with a curriculum vita, a list of publications and a research and a teaching statement to: The Faculty Search Committee, Department of Mathematics, Southern Methodist University, P.O. Box 750156, Dallas, Texas 75275-0156. Applicants must also arrange for three letters of recommenda-tion to be forwarded to the Faculty Search Committee. Screening of applications will begin December 8, 2000. To ensure full consideration for the position, the application must be postmarked by December 8, 2000, but the committee will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. The committee will notify applicants of its employment decision after the position is filled. SMU will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or veteran status. SMU is also committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Visit the department's home page at http://www.smu.edu/~math for more information. The Search Committee can be contacted by sending e-mail to mathsearch@mail.smu.edu. [Tel: (214) 768-2506; Fax: (214) 768-2355] ------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2000 13:10:39 +0200 (METDST) From: "P.Wesseling" Subject: New paper (Kan, Vuik, Wesseling) Below is a new paper for the mgnet database. Although the title does not say so, it is about multigrid. J. van Kan, C. Vuik, P. Wesseling Fast pressure calculation for 2D and 3D time dependent incompressible flow Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications 7:429--447 2000. -- Pieter Wesseling Professor of Numerical Analysis Delft University of Technology Faculty of Information Technology and Systems Mekelweg 4, 2628 CD Delft, The Netherlands Tel.: +3115 278 3631 Fax: +3115 278 7209 Email: p.wesseling@its.tudelft.nl Internet: ta.twi.tudelft.nl/nw/users/wesseling ------------------------------------------------------- Date: Tue, 3 Oct 2000 11:04:01 +0200 (METDST) From: Kees Vuik Subject: Software reference (Kan, Vuik, Wesseling) The related software is available from: ftp://ta.twi.tudelft.nl/pub/nw/vankan/multigrid/ Kees Vuik Delft University of Technology Faculty of Information Technology and Systems Department of Applied Mathematical Analysis Mekelweg 4 P.O. Box 5031 2600 GA Delft The Netherlands Tel. (31) 15 - 2785530 Fax. (31) 15 - 2787209 E-mail: c.vuik@math.tudelft.nl URL : http://ta.twi.tudelft.nl/users/vuik/ ------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sat, 09 Sep 2000 18:10:52 +0200 From: dureisse Subject: New entries in MGNet Bibliography @article{LChampaney_JYCognard_DDureisseix_PLadeveze_1996a, author = "L. Champaney and J.-Y. Cognard and D. Dureisseix and P. Ladeveze", title = "Numerical experimentations of parallel strategies in structural non-linear analysis", journal = "Calculateurs Parall{\`e}les", volume = "8", year = "1996", pages = "245--249", } @article{LChampaney_JYCognard_DDureisseix_PLadeveze_1997a, author = "L. Champaney and J.-Y. Cognard and D. Dureisseix and P. Ladeveze", title = "Large scale applications on parallel computers of a mixed domain decomposition method", journal = "Computational Mechanics", volume = "19", year = "1997", pages = "253--263", } @article{DDureisseix_PLadeveze_1998a, author = "D. Dureisseix and P. Ladeveze", title = "Une approche parall{\`e}le et multi-{\'e}chelles en calcul des structures : exemples et performances", journal = "Rev. Europ. {\'E}l{\'e}ments Finis", volume = "7", year = "1998", pages = "73--87", } @article{PLadeveze_DDureisseix_1999a, author = "P. Ladeveze and D. Dureisseix", title = "Une nouvelle strat{\'e}gie de calcul micro/macro en m{\'e}canique des structures", journal = "C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris", volume = "t. 327, Serie IIb", year = "1999", pages = "1237--1244", } @inproceedings{DDureisseix_PLadeveze_1998b, author = "D. Dureisseix and P. Ladeveze", title = "A 2-level and mixed domain decomposition approach for structural analysis", booktitle = "Proceedings of Domain Decomposition Methods 10, DD10", editor = "J. Mandel and C. Farhat and X.-C. Cai", publisher = "AMS", address = "Providence", series = "Contemporary Mathematics", number = "218", year = "1998", pages = "238--245", } David Dureisseix LMT CACHAN / ENS CACHAN fax : (33) 1 47 40 27 85 61 Av du Pdt Wilson tel : (33) 1 47 40 53 86 F-94235 CACHAN CEDEX e-mail : dureisse@lmt.ens-cachan.fr FRANCE (depuis la France, remplacer (33) 1 par 01) http://www.lmt.ens-cachan.fr/Welcome-e.html ------------------------------------------------------- Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 15:38:07 -0400 (EDT) From: Michele Benzi Subject: Multigrid VI Proceedings Question I am trying to find out if the proceedings of the latest European MG Conference (held in Gent, Belgium) have been published. I figured that you would know about this, for sure. If you do, any information (publisher, title, editors, etc.) would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, --Michele Michele Benzi Associate Professor Department of Mathematics phone : (404) 727-3638 and Computer Science fax : (404) 727-5611 Emory University e-mail: benzi@mathcs.emory.edu Atlanta, GA 30322 -- USA http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/~benzi Editor's Note: As a matter of fact, the book arrived in the mail a few ------------- days ago. Here is some information... From http://www.springer.de/cgi-bin/search_book.pl?isbn=3-540-67157-9 Dick, E., University of Gent, Belgium Riemslagh, K., University of Gent, Belgium (see note below) Vierendeels, J., University of Gent, Belgium (Eds.) Multigrid Methods VI Proceedings of the Sixth European Multigrid Conference Held in Gent, Belgium, September 27-30, 1999 2000. IX, 292 pp. 107 figs. 3-540-67157-9 DM 149,- Recommended List Price This volume contains 39 of the papers presented at the Sixth European Multigrid Conference, held in Gent, Belgium, September 27-30, 19 99. The topics treated at the conference cover all aspects of Multigrid Methods: theory, analysis, computer implementation, applications in the fields of physics, chemistry, fluid mechanics, structural mechanics and magnetism. Keywords: Multigrid methods, multilevel methods, multiscale methods Series: Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering.VOL. 14 The book is now available. It's contents are being added to the MGNet bibliography. A rough version is in http://www.mgnet.org/mgnet/digests.html/V10N10.html By the end of the month, it will be checked against page numbers in the book. Note from Kris Riemslagh: Since October 1, 2000 I have changed my affiliation from the Gent University to a private software company called HSB-Soft N.V. My previous email address (Kris.Riemslagh@rug.ac.be) will no longer be valid. Please use kr@hsb-cad.com instead. ------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sat 30 Sep 2000 12:27:02 -0400 (EDT) From: Craig C. Douglas Subject: DDM 13 (Lyon, France) Talks The thirteenth domain decomposition symposium will be held in Lyon, France from October 9-12, 2000. Presumably a proceedings will be produced in the future. If someone who attended the conference is motivated, maybe a summary could be sent for publication here. Invited Talks I. Herrera A General Theory of Domain Decomposition Methods H. Suito, H. Kawarada, J. Periaux Shape Optimization for an Acoustic Problem based on FOM and Game Theory W. Shyy Cartesian-Grid with Continuum and Lattice-Boltzmann Approaches for Multi-Domain Problems P. Le Tallec, P. Alart, M. Barboteu, M. Vidrascu An additive Schwarz method for non-symmetric problems O. Pironneau, S. Del Pino, J.L Lions DDM by Virtual Control A. Toselli Domain Decomposition and Discontinuous Galerkin: Two Variations on Two Themes R.E. Bank An Algebriac Multilevel Multigraph Algorithm B. Wohlmuth Nonconforming Domain Decomposition Methods for Linear Elasticity J. Xu, L. Zikatanov The Method of Alternating Projections and the Method of Subspace Corrections Y. Kuznetsov Domain Decomposition, Fictitious Domains and Distributed Lagrange Multipliers S. Brenner A New Look at Feti Xue-Cheng Tai Nonlinear domain decomposition and multigrid method for monotone problems and variational inequalities. Invited Minisymposia Talks M.J Gander Optimized Schwarz methods for Helmholtz problems L. Halpern Domain Decomposition algorithms with optimal convergence for wave propagation problems F. Collino, P. Joly Non overlaping domain decomposition techniques for the Helmholtz equations: a unified presentation F. Magoules, F. Nataf Optimized interface conditions for the Helmholtz equations J.C Autrique, F. Magoules Coupled finite/infinite elements domain decomposition method with Lagrange multipliers for acoustics scattering problem L. Deng, T. Kako, T. Tayoshi, I. Hagiwara A modified perturbation method of eigenvalue problem for 3D structural-acoustic coupled system I. Hagiwara, Q. Shi, Z. Rao Interior noise reduction analysis by using piezoelectric actuators C.H. Lai, K.A Pericleous, Z-K. Wang Analysis of a defect correction method for computational aeroacoustics T. Kako, H. Nasir Domain Decomposition method applied to a coupling vibration problem between shell and acoustics B. Despres, B. Stupfel About the coupling of DDM with time-harmonic Maxwell integral equations K. Hayashi An iterative method for external boundary value problems of the Poisson equation in two dimensions H. Kawarada, H. Suito Multi-phase flow with decomposition process in Tidal-flats M. Lesoinne On the Choice of Corners in FETI-DP Puppin-Macedo, R. Tezaur, C. Farhat The FETI-H method: development, performance and future perspectives A. Klawonn On recent developments in the theory of FETI methods heterogeneous structures D.J. Rixen Choosing the coarse grid when applying FETI to heterogeneous structures F.-X. Roux Regularized two-Lagrange multiplier FETI method O. Widlund Theory for FETI-DP methods T. Borvall, J. Petersson Three-dimensional shape and topology optimization in Cauchy-Navier's PDE Z. Dostal, D. Horak, Gomes Neto, S.A Santos Numerical and parallel scalability of FETI for variational inequalities with applications to shape optimization R. Hoppe, Petrova, Schulz 3D structural optimization in electromagnetics O. Pironneau Consistent approximations and domain decomposition for optimal shape designs P. Ciarlet The nodal Finite Element Method in a non-convex domain F. Assous Numerical solution to the time-dependent Maxwell equations in 2D domains S. Labrunie The Singular Complement Method applied to the axisymmetric Maxwell equations S. Lohrengel A Singular Field Method for Maxwell's equations: Numerical aspects in 2D and error estimates P. Gervasio, J.L. Lions, A. Quarteroni Heterogeneous coupling by virtual control methods I. Faille, E. Flauraud, F. Nataf, F. Schneider, F. Willien Optimized Interface Conditions for sedimentary basin modeling L. Halpern, C. Japhet Optimized algorithms for the coupling of convection and convection-diffusion problems L. Formaggia, F. Nobile, A. Quarteroni Multiscale modeling of the circulatory system E. Miglio, A. Quarteroni, F. Saleri On the coupling of free surface and groundwater flows Contributed Talks P. Dutto, M. Garbey, D.Tromeur-Dervout Application of Domain Decomposition to Parallel Computing with low Mach Number Flow G. Lube, G. Rapin Comparison of two iterative substructuring methods for advection-diffusion problems T. Knopp, G. Lube, R. Gritski M. Rosler An iterative substructuring method for coupled incompressible flows using the k/e turbulence model E. Laitinen, J. Pieska Domain decomposition methods for solving multiphase diffusion-convection equation I. Boglaev Uniform Domain Decomposition Methods for Convection-diffusion Problems D.S. Daoud, M.J. Gander Overlapping Schwarz Waveform Relaxation for Convection Reaction Diffusion Problems Y. Achdou, C. Japhet, Y. Maday, F. Nataf A new cement to glue non-conforming grids with Robin interface conditions: The Finite Volume Case R. Cautres, T. Gallouet, R. Herbin, S. Gerbi Convergence of a domain decomposition relaxation method with a finite volume discretization R. Cautres, R. Herbin Non matching finite volume grids and the non overlapping Schwarz algorithm S. Bertolluza Substructuring techniques and Wavelets in non-conforming domain decomposition P. Chow, C. Addison Coupling geometric components of different scales using domain decomposition methods X. Feng, O. Karakashian Domain decomposition methods for Discontinuous Galerkin methods O. Steinbach On the stability of Hybrid Coupled Domain Decomposition Methods A. Agouzal, N. Debit Discontinuous hybrid formulation and domain decomposition methods B. Bialecki, A. Karageorghis A Domain Decomposition Method for Legendre Spectral Collocation Problems M.A. Casarin, S. Sherwin Low energy basis preconditioning for unstructured spectral/hp element methods Z.-C. Shi, X. Xu, J. Chen Multigrid for the mortar-type nonconforming and mixed element method for nonsymmetric and indefinite problems V. Dolean, S. Lanteri, F. Nataf Construction of non-overlapping domain decomposition algorithms for the solution of the Euler equations for compressible flows M. Sala Schur Complement Based Preconditioners for Compressible Flow Computations A. Frommer, D. Szyld An Algebraic convergence theory for restricted additive Schwarz methods using weighted max norms X-C Cai, D. Keyes Nonlinearly Preconditioned Inexact Newton Algorithm and Application J. Baranger, M. Garbey, F. Oudin Recent Development on Aitken - Schwarz method X-C Cai, M. Dryja, M. Sarkis A Symmetrized Restricted Additive Schwarz Method with Harmonic Extensions S.H Lui On Schwarz Alternating Methods for Nonlinear Elliptic PDEs J. Martikainen, T. Rossi, J. Toivanen Matrix Polynomial Approximations for a Schur complement matrix P. Bjorstad, J. Koster, P Krzyzanowski Remarks on Flexible Two-level Neumann-Neumann Preconditioning L.F. Pavarino Balancing Neumann-Neumann Methods for Spectral Element Discretization of Stokes Equations S. Gebauer, R. Kornhuber On robust multigrid methods for saturated groundwater flow in fractured media C.-H. Lai, A.J. Davies, D. Crann A distributed algorithm for European options in financial modeling L. Giraud, J. Koster, A. Marrocco, J.C Rioual Two-level preconditioners for the Schur complement: an application to semi-conductor device modeling M. Garbey, H.G Kaper, N. Romanyukha On Some Fast Solver for Reactive Flow with Complex Chemistry J. Periaux Staekelberg/Nash equilibrium gones using genetic algorithms and DDM for sching CFD optimization problems P. Bjorstad, M. Dryja, T. Rahman An efficient additive Schwarz method for elliptic mortar finite element problems M. Dryja The Dirichlet-Neumann algorithm for mortar finite element elliptic problems S. Gaiffe, R. Glowinski, R. Masson Domain Decomposition and Splitting Methods for Mortar Mixed Finite Element Approximations to Parabolic Equations J. Chen, X. Xu The mortar element method for rotated Q1 element P. Oswald, B. Wohlmuth On Polynomial Reproduction of Dual FE Bases J. Martikainen, T. Rossi, J. Toivanen, R. MÄkinen Fictitious domain preconditioner for linear elasticity problems K. Lipnikov, R. Glowinski, D. Dashevski, Y. Kuznetsov Fictitious domain based solvers for particulate flows D.E. Keyes, P.D. Hovland, L.C. McInnes, W. Samyono Shur and Schwarz techniques as preconditioners for PDE-constrained optimization A. Bounaim On the use of iterative Schwarz algorithms in the solution of an optimal control problem A.J. Davies, J. Mushtaq Domain decomposition for the boundary element methods Y. Boubendir, A. Bendali Domain decomposition methods for solving scattering problems by boundary element method Editor's Note: See http://cdcsp.univ-lyon1.fr/~dd13 or http://www.ddm.org ------------- for more details. ------------------------------ End of MGNet Digest **************************