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Subject: 14th IMACS World Conference
Keywords: neural networks, AI
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14th. IMACS WORLD CONGRESS
on COMPUTATION and APPLIED MATHEMATICS
July 11-15, 1994
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
CALL FOR PAPERS/CALL FOR SESSION ORGANIZERS
The 14th. World Congress of the International Association for
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (IMACS) will be hosted by the
Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech.) located in Atlanta,
Georgia (USA). Held every three years, the last four Congresses were
hosted in Dublin, Paris, Oslo, and Montreal.
LOCAL COMMITTEE (Georgia Tech.): W. F. Ames (General Chair of the
Congress); Y. H. Berthelot, L. Dieci, J. Herod, J. F. Gilmore, M.
Ingram
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM COMMITTEE: W. F. Ames (USA),
C. Brezinski (France), P. L. Christiansen (Denmark), U. Kulisch
(Germany), N. Kuznetsov (Russia), J. R. Rice (USA), H. Stetter
(Austria), S. Tzafestas (Greece), P. J. van der Houwen (The
Netherlands), R. Vichnevetsky (USA, President of IMACS)
TOPICS include: Computational and Applied Mathematics, Ordinary
Differential Equations, Integral Equations, Numerical Algorithms and
Approximation Theory, Orthogonal Functions, Wavelets and Applications,
Computational Linear Algebra, Parallel and Super-Computing, Computer
Arithmetic, Partial Differential Equations, Inverse Problems,
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational Physics/Chemistry,
Computational Optimization, Computational Electromagnetics,
Computational Acoustics, Computational Optics, Computational
Mechanics, Computer Performance Analysis, Dynamical Systems and
Nonlinear Science, Control Systems and Robotics, Stochastic Systems,
Mathematical Modelling, Applications of Artificial Intelligence to
Systems and Computation, Knowledge Based Systems in Mathematical
Modelling, Expert Systems in Numerical Computing, Symbolic
Computation, Neural Networks, Modelling and Simulation of Electrical
Machines, Semiconductor Devices, Computing and Simulation for
Management Systems, Simulation of Biomedical Systems, Simulation of
Environmental Systems, Modelling of Socio-Economic Systems.
Those intending to submit a paper and/or are willing to organize a
session are invited to make themselves known AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
Please do so by returning the form below, preferably in hard
copy/regular mail (but e-mail is also acceptable). Writing a regular
letter with the same information is of course also acceptable
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSING ORGANIZED SESSIONS :
Organized Session Proposals should be submitted as soon as possible.
Late proposals will be considered if space remains in the program
(taking the area of the proposed session(s) into account).
DEADLINES FOR CONTRIBUTED PAPERS
Early submissions (for early approval):........ as soon as possible
Regular submissions (for approval by Dec. '93):....... Sept. 30, 1993
Late submissions: ................. Within reason, late papers will be
accepted if there is space available in the
program.
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REPLY FORM --to be mailed back to the IMACS World Congress Secretariat
[ ] I intend to submit a paper entitled: ____________________________
_________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
[ ] I would like to organize a session at the Congress under the
heading of: ____________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
Name and Address: ____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
e-mail, Tel. , FAX : ________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Signature and Date: __________________________________________________
Mail to: IMACS '94 World Congress Secretariat
School of Mathematics
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0160, USA
Fax: 404-853-9112 //// email: ames@math.gatech.edu
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| John F. Gilmore | (404) 894-3560/9081 fax |
| GTRI-ITL, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA 30332 | john.gilmore@gtri.gatech.edu |
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******Call for Papers*******
1994 IMACS International Symposium
on
Signal Processing, Robotics and Neural Networks
Lille, France
April 27 - 29, 1994
****INVITED SESSION****
Evolutionary Computation Applications in Signal Processing
==========================================================
Evolutionary Computation includes stochastic optimization techniques
like Evolutionary Programming, Genetic Algorithms, and Evolution
Strategies. Papers are solicited in the area of evolutionary
computation applications in signal processing, robotics and neural
networks.
Topics include but not limited to:
* Identification using Evolutionary Computation
* Automatic Control using Evolutionary Computation
* Evolutionary Computation in Robotics
* Neural networks and Evolutionary Computation
* Evolutionary Computation in Signal Processing
Deadlines:
October 25, 1993 Extended abstract* due
November 8, 1993 Notification of Conditional Acceptance
February 1, 1994 Deadline for final papers
Abstract Format:
The abstract may be submitted in any of the following formats. It
must contain the name, address, and Email (if appropriate) of the
author to whom all correspondence will be sent.
-Email submission (ASCII or LaTeX) should be mailed to
saravan@amber.me.fau.edu
-Hard copy submissions should be sent to the Session Chair at the
address given below.
-The abstracts may be faxed to the Session Chair at (407) 367-2336
Please Contact:
Paul Luebbers (Session Chair) N. Saravanan (Session C-Chair)
Department of Elec. Eng. Department of Mech. Eng.
Florida Atlantic University Florida Atlantic University
P.O. Box 865 P.O. Box 3091
Deerfield Beach, FL 33443 Boca Raton, FL 33431
Tel (407) 367-3476 Tel (407) 367-2730
Fax (407) 367-2336 Fax (407) 367-2825
luebbers@acc.fau.edu saravan@amber.me.fau.edu
*Extended abstract ( < 3 pages or 1000 words) or a draft paper.
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14th. IMACS WORLD CONGRESS
on COMPUTATION and APPLIED MATHEMATICS
July 11-15, 1994
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
CALL FOR PAPERS/CALL FOR SESSION ORGANIZERS
The 14th. World Congress of the International Association for
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (IMACS) will be hosted by the
Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech.) located in Atlanta,
Georgia (USA). Held every three years, the last four Congresses were
hosted in Dublin, Paris, Oslo, and Montreal.
LOCAL COMMITTEE (Georgia Tech.): W. F. Ames (General Chair of the
Congress); Y. H. Berthelot, L. Dieci, J. Herod, J. F. Gilmore, M.
Ingram
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM COMMITTEE: W. F. Ames (USA),
C. Brezinski (France), P. L. Christiansen (Denmark), U. Kulisch
(Germany), N. Kuznetsov (Russia), J. R. Rice (USA), H. Stetter
(Austria), S. Tzafestas (Greece), P. J. van der Houwen (The
Netherlands), R. Vichnevetsky (USA, President of IMACS)
TOPICS include: Computational and Applied Mathematics, Ordinary
Differential Equations, Integral Equations, Numerical Algorithms and
Approximation Theory, Orthogonal Functions, Wavelets and Applications,
Computational Linear Algebra, Parallel and Super-Computing, Computer
Arithmetic, Partial Differential Equations, Inverse Problems,
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational Physics/Chemistry,
Computational Optimization, Computational Electromagnetics,
Computational Acoustics, Computational Optics, Computational
Mechanics, Computer Performance Analysis, Dynamical Systems and
Nonlinear Science, Control Systems and Robotics, Stochastic Systems,
Mathematical Modelling, Applications of Artificial Intelligence to
Systems and Computation, Knowledge Based Systems in Mathematical
Modelling, Expert Systems in Numerical Computing, Symbolic
Computation, Neural Networks, Modelling and Simulation of Electrical
Machines, Semiconductor Devices, Computing and Simulation for
Management Systems, Simulation of Biomedical Systems, Simulation of
Environmental Systems, Modelling of Socio-Economic Systems.
Those intending to submit a paper and/or are willing to organize a
session are invited to make themselves known AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
Please do so by returning the form below, preferably in hard
copy/regular mail (but e-mail is also acceptable). Writing a regular
letter with the same information is of course also acceptable
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSING ORGANIZED SESSIONS :
Organized Session Proposals should be submitted as soon as possible.
Late proposals will be considered if space remains in the program
(taking the area of the proposed session(s) into account).
DEADLINES - please submit as soon as possible
*************************************************************************
REPLY FORM --to be mailed back to the IMACS World Congress Secretariat
[ ] I intend to submit a paper entitled: ____________________________
_________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
[ ] I would like to organize a session at the Congress under the
heading of: ____________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
Name and Address: ____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
e-mail, Tel. , FAX : ________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Signature and Date: __________________________________________________
Mail to: IMACS '94 World Congress Secretariat
School of Mathematics
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0160, USA
Fax: 404-853-9112 //// email: ames@math.gatech.edu
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| John F. Gilmore | (404) 894-3560/9081 fax |
| GTRI-ITL, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA 30332 | john.gilmore@gtri.gatech.edu |
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Subject: International Mathematics and Computer Simulation Symposium
Date: 11 Apr 1994 20:37:07 -0400
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14th IMACS WORLD CONGRESS
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332 USA
Secretariat 404-894-3953; 404-894-2701
FAX: 404-853-9112
e-mail: ames@math.gatech.edu
March 1994
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
Sunday, July 10th4p.m. - 7 p.m.
Registration in Lobby, Paul Weber Building
Refreshments will be served.
Monday, July 11th
Registration All Day - Lobby, Paul Weber Building
8:15-11:15 Morning Sessions [See Attached Lists.]
11:30 Opening Ceremonies - Theatre for the Arts
Welcomes
Plenary Lecture - "Tsunamis: Old Methods and New Results"
G. Carrier - Harvard University, USA
1:00 - 2:15 Lunch
2:15 - 5:15 Afternoon Sessions
6:00 - 8:00 Reception - Theatre for the Arts Lobby
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Tuesday, July 12th
Registration All Day - Lobby, Paul Weber Building
8:15 - 11:15Morning Sessions
11:30 - 12:30Plenary Lecture - "The Development of Numerical Analysis as a Tool for
Scientific Computation," H.J. Stetter - Technical University of Vienna, Austria
12:30 - 2:15Lunch
2:15 - 5:15 Afternoon Sessions
2:15 - 3:15 Keynote Lecture - For Wavelets Sessions - "An Overview of Wavelets," C.K.
Chui, Texas A&M University, USA
Wednesday, July 13th
Registration All Day - Lobby, Paul Weber Building
8:15 - 11:15Morning Sessions
11:30 - 12:30Plenary Lecture - "From Numerical Mathematics to Mathematical Numerics"
(A historical survey), U. Kulisch, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
12:30 - 2:15Lunch
2:15 - 5:15 Afternoon Sessions
6:30 - 8:30 Southern Style Picnic with Dixie-Land Music
(Treed Area Next to Skiles Building)
Thursday, July 14th
8:15 - 11:15Morning Sessions
11:30 - 12:30Plenary Lecture - "Development of Numerical Time Integration Methods for
Partial Differential Equations," P. Van der Houwen, CWI, Netherlands
12:30 - 2:15Afternoon Sessions
2:15 - 3:15 Keynote Lecture for Differential Equations - "A History of Runge-Kutta
Methods," J. Butcher, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Thursday (for Board of Directors Only) Cocktails 6 p.m., Dinner 7 p.m.,
Faculty Alumni House
Friday, July 15
8:15 - 11:15Morning Sessions
11:30 - 12:30Plenary Lecture - "Extrapolation Algorithms and Pade Approximations: A
historical Survey," C. Brezinski, University of Lille, France
12:30 -2:15 Lunch
2:15 - 5:15 Afternoon Sessions
5:30 Conference Close - Paul Weber Building Auditorium
Notes: 1. All Plenary Lectures are held in the Theatre for the Arts.
2. All Registrations take place in the lobby of the Paul Weber Building.
3. Refreshments each day in Skiles Bldg. Courtyard.
4. Smoking is not permitted in the classrooms and corridors of the buildings.
5. Because classes are in session there are more P.M. sessions.
The following pages contain a list of the Organized Sessions and Contributed Paper Sessions.
Organized Sessions are listed with the name(s) of the organizer(s) and the title of the session.
Contributed paper sessions are listed as CP followed by the subject area.
The sessions legend is as follows:
A (Morning), P (Afternoon)
THA3 Session Number
Day of Week (Thursday)
See you in Atlanta for IMACS 14, consisting of 134 Sessions (804 Papers).
W.F. Ames
General Chairman
Preliminary Program
Monday (11 July) 8:15 - 11:15
MA1: R. Biswas - Adaptive Mesh Refinement Methods for CFP Applications
MA2: G. Galambos - Data Compression (?)
MA3: G. Delic - Environmental Modeling and Computation
MA4: M.K. Smith - Computational Hydrodynamic Stability (1)
MA5: W.E. Fitzgibbon - Reaction Diffusion Systems (1)
MA6: H.R. Arabnia - Parallel and Super-Computing
MA7: A. Ja'vor - Artificial Intelligence in Simulation
MA8: D. Kannan - Stochastic Systems in Mathematical Sciences
MA9: R. LeDoeuff and G. Olivier - Modeling and Simulation in Electrical Engineering (1)
MA10: C.W. Mastin - Conformal Mapping and Grid Generation (1)
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Monday (11 July) Cont. 2:15 - 5:15
MP1: Sonia Garcia - Mixed & Finite Element Methods and Applications
MP2: M.K. Smith - Computational Hydrodynamic Stability (2)
MP3: J.C.T. Wang - Recent Developments in CFD
MP4: W.F. Fitzgibbon - Reaction Diffusion Systems (2)
MP5: L. Faybusovich - Dynamical Systems, Optimization and Complexity
MP6: H.R. Arabnia - Imaging Operations
MP7: D. Kannan - Stochastic Systems in Physical Science
MP8: R. LeDoeuff and G. Olivier - Modeling and Simulation in Electrical Engineering (2)
MP9: B. Schrauner - Symmetry Methods for DE (1)
MP10: C.N. Mastin - Conformal Mopping & Grid Generation (2)
MP11: Y.-Q. Shen - Numerical Bifurcation
MP12: C.J. Ribbens - PDE Solving Systems
MP13: CP - Biological Problems (1): R.L. Andrushkiw; D. Atroune; Y. Hosono; J.E.
Molyneux; D.R.K. Sastry; L. Rakesh
MP14: CP - Solid Mechanics (1): S. Zhanqun & Y. Hong; X. Xue; Q. Wang; F. Wang; V.G.
Tsybulin; L.Y. Shih
MP15: CP - Data Systems: M. Kant; Z. Yuan; A. Piazzi; M. Ohkita; A. Kandil; R. Cossu
MP16: CP - Acoustics: D.S. Anker; Y. Yao; H. Song; G.A. Athanassoulis
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Tuesday (12 July) 8:15 - 11:15
TA1: C.L. Bajaj - Applying Numeric and Symbolic Computation in Geometric Design and
Scientific Visualization
TA2: E.L. Kansa - Theory and Applications of Radial Basis Functions (1)
TA3: V. Piuri - Neural Architectures and Implementations (1)
TA4: V. Yudovich - Vibration and Averaging in Hydrodynamics
TA5: B. Shrauner - Symmetry Methods for DE (2)
TA6: G. Rodrigue - Academic Programs in Computational Science
TA7: J. Geronimo & C. Heil - Wavelets (1)
TA8: J. Flaherty - Parallel Adaptive Computations
TA9: D. Kannan - Stochastic Systems in Biological Sciences
TA10: V. Oliker - Computational Electromagnetics (1)
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Tuesday (12 July) Cont. 2:15 - 5:15
TPI: E.L. Kansa - Theory and Applications of Radial Basis Functions (2)
TP2: Y. Lin - Non-local Boundary Value Problems and Applications
TP3: V. Piuri - Neural Architectures and Implementations (2)
TP4: A. Donato & D. Fusco - Numerical Methods Based on Group Analysis
TP5: P. Arce - Operator-theoretic, Boundary Integral, and Singularity Methods in Engineering
Applications
TP6: A. Sydow - Modeling & Simulation of Environmental Systems
TP7: J. Geronimo & C. Heil - Wavelets (2) Beginning with Keynote Address of Prof. Chui
at 2:15
TP8: D.R. Kincaid - Parallel Iterative Algorithms
TP9: G.S. Ladde - Stochastic Systems (1)
TP10: V. Oliker - Computational Electromagnetics (2)
TP11: J. Podlubny - Analytical and Numerical Methods of the Fractional Calculus and
Applications
TP12: N. Piera & J. Fuertes - Emergent Reasoning Technologies - Theory and Applications
TP13: CP - Applied Mathematics (1): J.F. Epperson; Z. Kewang; P. Vafeades; C. McIntosh
and K. Vu; M.A.M. Alwash; K.A. Ames
TP14: CP - Miscellaneous Numerical Methods (1): M. Sarfraz; J. Llovet; G. Sobczyk; V.A.
Zheludev; T.L. Freeman
TP15: CP - Biological Problems (2): D. Sturm; A.S.C. Sinha; L.F. Roberts; V.B. Kovchegov;
R. Karba
TP16: CP - Solid Mechanics (2): S.R. Runnels; J.I. Ramos; A.P. Mikhailov; L. M. Zubov &
G.M. Raetsky; Z. Liu; V.M. Kharik
TP17: CP - Numerical Linear Algebra: D.S. Daoud; W. Efang; M. Pavlus; A.V. Pesterev; G.
Starke; R.A. Usmani; D.H. Wood; X. Yu (2 papers in 25 minutes)
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Wednesday (13 July) 8:15 - 11:15
WA1: H. Engl - Industrial Mathematics in Metallurgical Processes (1)
WA2: E.L. Kansa - Theory and Applications of Radial Basis Functions (3)
WA3: M.W. Berry - Computational Models for Landscape Ecology and Management
WA4: N. Glazunov - Algebraic Questions of Integral Computation
WA5: S. Bhandarkar - Neural Network Applications
WA6: A. Donato & D. Fusco - Group and Reduction Techniques in Nonlinear Wave
Propagation
WA7: J.R. Cash & L. Dieci - Numerical Dynamical Systems
WA8: J. Geronimo & C. Heil - Wavelets (3)
WA9: A. Kiper - Parallel Algorithms (1)
WA10: G.S. Ladde - Stochastic Systems (2)
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Wednesday (13 July) Cont. 2:15 - 5:15
WP1: H. Engl - Industrial Mathematics in Metallurgical Processes (2)
WP2: U. Kulish - Recent Hardware and Software Developments for Validated Computation
WP3: S. Tzafestas - Neural Networks in Robotics & Control
WP4: A. Donato & D. Fusco - Symmetry Approach for Nonlinear Evolution Equations
WP5: J.R. Cash & L. Dieci - Recent Advances in Computational ODE's
WP6: A. Kiper - Parallel Algorithms (2)
WP7: D. Straub and K. H”her - On the Structure of Economics as a Homorphism of Gibbs-
Falkian Thermodynamics (1 Hour)
WP8: V. Oliker - Computational Electromagnetics (3)
WP9: R. Mickens - Non-standard Numerical Schemes for Non-linear PDE's
WP10: CP - Applied Mathematics (2): E. Averbukh; R.K. Dodd; C. Dumitrescu; R.M. Aslam;
X.-Z. Yuan; F. Zirilli
WP11: CP - Statistics (1): M. Matsubara, M. Harayama and T. Ojika; F. Zhou; H. Shanker;
Yu. I. Petunin; L. Gaelle and G. Michel
WP12: CP - Miscellaneous Numerical Methods (2): S. Kim; Y. Trinquet; E. Averbukh;
G. Caloz; H.L. Chen
WP13: CP - Heat Transfer: M. Villa; C. Su; L. Pollachini; A. El Jai; F.H. Al-Sadah;
K.N. Mehta
WP14: CP - Hyperbolic and Related Areas: D.J. Eyre; T.-J. Chen; A. Katchalov; S.-R. Xu; E.I.
Verriest; L. Jodar
WP15: CP - Solid Mechanics (3): J.N. Johnson; S. Im; W. Hsiaodong; Y. Fu; Q. Deng &
H. Zhao; M. Pavlus; W. Book
WP16: CP - Fluid Mechanics (1): W. Khan; K. Agarwal; V. Alexiades; J.R. Blake; P.B.
Bochev; O.P. Chanda
WP17: CP - Diffusion: P. Broadbridge; F. Mainardi; D. Nyquest; J.M. Pacheco; V.S.
Manoranjan & M. Olmos-Gomez; W. Han
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Thursday (14 July) 8:15 - 11:15
THA1: A.Q.M. Khaliq - Splitting Methods for Time Dependent PDE's (1)
THA2: J. Vignes - Error Analysis in Computing & Validity of Numerical Software
THA3: D. Straub and K. H”her, Gibbs-Falkian Structures in Applied Economics, The Case
of Production Theory (1 Hour)
THA4: T. Taha - Numerical Aspects of Nonlinear Evolution Equations
THA5: B. Maschke - Bond Graph Modelling (1)
THA6: S.E. Jones - Computational and Mathematical Problems in Materials Science
THA7: J.A. Miller - Parallel and Distributed Simulation
THA8: M. Hanke - Analysis and Treatment of Differential - Algebraic Systems
THA9: R. Schmid - Symplectic algorithms and Integration
THA10: W. Schonauer - Iterative Solution of Linear Equations, Generalized Conjugate
Gradient Methods, Preconditions and Beyond (1)
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Thursday (14 July) Cont. 2:15 - 5:15
THP1: A.Q.M. Khaliq - Splitting Methods for Time Dependent PDE's (2)
THP2: A.J. Terzuoli - Validation Issues
THP3: V. Dougalis - Nonlinear Dispersive Wave Equations -Theory computation and
Experiments
THP4: G. Byrne - Numerical Method of Lines
THP5: V. Komkov - Shape Optimization with Engineering Applications
THP6: J.R. Cash and L. Dieci - Application of Numerical ODEs - Beginning with Keynote
Address by Butcher at 2:15
THP7: B. Maschke - Bond Graph Modelling (2)
THP8: X. Sun - Scalable Parallel Computing
THP9: W. Schonauer - W. Schonauer - Iterative Solution of Linear Equations, Generalized
Conjugate Gradient Methods, Preconditions and Beyond (2)
THP10: T. Taha and W. Hereman - Symbolic Computations for DE (1)
THP11: F. Stenger - Sinc Methods of Solution of PDEs
THP12: CP - Economics: Y.G. Stoyan; P. Martineau; A.P. Mikhailov; J.J. Hisnanick
THP13: CP - Neural Nets: R. Vemuri, R. Vemuri, I.V. Tetko, A. Slavova; Y. Cai
THP14: CP - Statistics (2): W. Conley; Y.L. Tong; A. Belmehdi; H. Arsham; B.S. Kamel
THP15: CP - Fluid Mechanics (2): W. Dai; V. Karlin; H.J. Nern; Y.-R. Ou; N.V. Petrovskaya;
J.J. Shepherd
THP16: CP - Finite and Boundary Elements (1): A.J. Meir; C. Rao; J.-L. Liu; T. Hromadka;
M. Golberg
THP17: CP - Parallel Algorithms; M. Paprzycki; A. Montazer-Haghighi; L. Li; K.F. Hanauer;
E.V. Krishnamurthy
THP18: CP - Numerical Methods PDE's: W. Zhang; A.A. Samarskii; T. Ojika and M.
Harayama; A.K. Prykarpatskyj; J. Noye; S. Longjun; J.J. Nieto; T. Kunkle
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Friday (15 July) 8:15 - 11:15
FA1: J. Papadakis and M. Taroudakis - Computational Methods in Underwater Acoustics (1)
FA2: W. Bower - Computational Aeroacoustics
FA3: B. Cahlon - Numerical Methods for Solving Integral and Differential Equations
FA4: I. Gladwell - Expert Systems in Scientific Computing
FA5: K.A. Mansour - Applications of Atomistic and Molecular Modeling Simulation Tools
in Materials Science and Engineering (?)
FA6: S.G. Petiton - Parallel Linear Algebra (1)
FA7: R.P. de Figueiredo - Mathematical Foundations of Intelligent Computing (?)
FA8: P.S. Wang - Symbolic Methods for Numerical Applications - Solution of PDE's and
Simulation of Dynamical Systems (1)
FA9: T. Taha and W. Hereman - Symbolic Computations for DE (2)
FA10: D. Riahi - Mathematical Modelling and Simulation in Stability
FA11: J. Mahaffey - Special Topics in Neural Networks
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Friday (15 July) Cont. 2:15 - 5:15
FP1: J. Papadakis and M. Taroudakis - Computational Methods in Underwater Acoustics (2)
FP2: C. Brezinski - Numerical Algorithms and Approximation Theory
FP3: T.E. Simos - Numerical Solutions of ODE's with Oscillating Solutions
FP4: S.G. Petiton - Parallel Linear Algebra (2)
FP5: P.S. Wang - Symbolic Methods for Numerical Applciations - Solution of PDE's
Simulation of Dynamical Systems (2)
FP6: S. Kang - Modeling and Identification of Ground Water Containment Transport
Parameters
FP7: C. Landauer - New Mathematics for Computing
FP8: Y. Xu - Numerical Solutions of Integral Equation and Boundary Integral Equation
Methods
FP9: CP - Miscellaneous: P. Muraca; C. Hu; G. Tavares; B. Schaffrin; K.A. Ariyawansa; E.
Averbukh;
FP10: CP - Numerical ODE's: S.L. Campbell; E.A. Galperin; G.R. Goldstein and J.A.
Goldstein; J.C. Gomez; V. Rossana; I.A. Tirmizi; W.C. Obi
FP11: CP - Fluid Mechanics: X. Shutie; M. Sun; X. Wu; P.M. Vabishchevich; S. Zhanqun;
Y. Wu
FP12: Finite and Boundary elements (2): D.Y. Gao; C.L. Chang; K.A. Broughan; P.K.
Bhattacharyya
FP13: CP - Control; B.M. Miller; W. Book; Z. Zhou; R.H. Burkhart; J.F. Lafay; M.
Harayama; K. Ito
FP14: CP - Parallel Algorithms: Y. Deng; P. Purcz and M. Pavlus; B.N. Chetverushkin; W.
Au and G.N. Minerbo; B.S. Atilli
FP15: CP Optimization: P. Terpolilli; D.S. Szarkonicz; J.J. Ruckmann; Y. He; K. Yoda; J.
Van den Berg
FP16: CP - Dynamical Systems; J. Ezzine; T.R. Young; M. Poliashenko; T. Ojika and M.
Harayama; V. Samoilenko; L.T. Grujic; O. Castillo
14th IMACS WORLD CONGRESS
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332 USA
Secretariat 404-894-3953; 404-894-2701
FAX: 404-853-9112
e-mail: ames@math.gatech.edu
Dear Colleague:
Thank you for your interest in IMACS 14 on Computational and Applied
Mathematics to be held July 11-15, 1994, on the campus of Georgia Tech in
Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Registration information and a tentative preliminary program as
provided below. Please fill out the enclosed registration form and return it
with your registration fee in U.S. dollars to:
Continuing Education-R
P.O. box 93686
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30377 USA
Registration for the Conference will begin on Sunday, July 10, 1994, in the
lobby of the Paul Weber Building at 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION
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Name: _________________________________________________________________________
LAST MIDDLE INITIAL FIRST
Address: ________________________________________________________________________
CITY STATE
_____________________________________________________________________
CODE COUNTRY
Institution: ____________________________________________________________________
Phone:
Fax:
e-mail:
Registration Fee:
$250 (Delegate); $300 After May 1, 1994 _______________
Includes Picnic, Proceedings, Receptions and Daily Refreshments
$50 (Student)* $60 After May 1, 1994 _______________
Includes Registration and Daily Refreshments Only
Extra Picnic Tickets @ $30 _______________
Total in U.S. Dollars _______________
Make checks payable to Georgia Tech and mail to Continuing
Education-R; P.O. Box 93686; Atlanta, GA USA; 30377
*(Some funds are available for student registration. Please apply
with verification by Dept. Chairman. These are allocated on a
first-come first-served basis. Send request to Prof. Ames.)
HOTEL INFORMATION
We have blocked rooms at the following nearby hotels for the IMACS 14
International Conference 11-15 July 1994. Special rates will be
available when booked by the end of May and possibly longer. Be sure
to mention the conference when making reservations in order to get the
special rates. The conference hotels may require a deposit or credit
card number to reserve the special rate. Please make your own
arrangements.
The more expensive hotels tend to be more comfortable, although not
necessarily closer to campus. Locations are shown on the map on the
reverse, which also indicates subway (MARTA) stops. Many companies
have hotels in Atlanta. In case you wish to make other lodging
arrangements, we are located just North of Downtown Atlanta, across
Interstate I- 75/85 from Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood. We are also
easily reached by subway from the airport or any other spot on the
North-South MARTA line (North Avenue exit).
The Biltmore Apartments in the renovated portion of an older building
30 5th St. NE on the National Register of Historic Places. All
apartments Atlanta, GA 30308 have kitchens with refrigerators, gas
ranges, and microwave tel. 404 874-0824 ovens. The hotel offers a
continental breakfast. tel. 800-822-0824 Prices: $70 studio, $90
suite. (30 suites)
Wyndham Midtown Atlanta A first class modern hotel at the intersection
of 10th St. and 125 10th St., NE and W. Peachtree. A restaurant is
located in the hotel, and there Atlanta, GA 30309 is a van that can
drive guests to the campus. tel. 404 873-4800 Prices: $79 for a
single or double room. (100 rooms) tel. 800 882-4200 (U.S.) tel. 800
631-4200 (Canada)
Regency Suites Hotel A first class modern hotel at the corner of 10th
St. and West 975 West Peachtree St. Peachtree St. Atlanta, GA 30309
Price: $76 single or double. (20 suites) tel. 404 876-5003 tel. 800
642-3624
Atlanta Penta Hotel The hotel of the conference. A first class hotel
at the corner of 590 West Peachtree ST North Avenue and West Peachtree
Street. Atlanta, GA 30308 Price: $88 single or double. (300 rooms)
tel. 404 881-6000 tel. 800 633-0000 Fax: 404 815-5010
Courtyard by Marriott A first class hotel near campus. 1132 Techwood
Drive Price: $70 single or double. (75 rooms) Atlanta, GA 30318
tel. 404 607-1112 800-321-2211
GEORGIA TECH DORMITORIES
Dormitory Rooms with Linens
Price $35 per night
Only 50 rooms are available.
First-come, first-served basis.
For reservations call:
Ms. K. Rish
Tel.: 404-894-5392
Fax: 404-853-0117
IMACS 14 SECRETARIAT
School of Mathematics
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA USA 30332
Phone: 404-894-3953
404-894-2701
Fax: 404-853-9112
e-mail: ames@math.gatech.edu
Travel and lodging. Atlanta is in the Eastern Time Zone. It has a
major airport served by many domestic and international carriers.
Participants flying to Atlanta from the U.S. or Canada may save money
on Delta Airlines with special conference rates: Call 800-241-6760 and
refer to file UO175 and the name of the conference to get these rates.
This arrangement does not seem to be available for overseas visitors,
but there are separate touristic packages available only from abroad,
such as Delta's Skypass and Discover America Fares, which may be
appropriate if you have plans to visit other cities besides Atlanta.
Amtrak train service to Atlanta is available once a day from
Washington, New Orleans, Birmingham and some other cities. The
station is on Peachtree St., but not far North of Georgia Tech, and
the reservation number is 800-872-7245.
The most convenient freeway approach is from I-75/85 "the Downtown
Connector." From the South you will see a sign for 10th St. and
Georgia Tech shortly after passing downtown Atlanta. From the North,
you have a choice of the 10th St. exit (follow signs when I-75 and
I-85 merge) or, after that, North Avenue.
We have reserved some rooms at the hotels listed on the enclosed
sheet. All hotels are easily accessible from the Atlanta Airport on
our subway system, known (together with the bus system) as MARTA.
MARTA costs $1.25 and has a station inside the airport, indicated with
a sign with reddish, yellow, blue and white stripes. All trains from
the airport go near Georgia Tech (North Avenue Station) and the hotels
(North Avenue or 10th St. Station) with no transfer. On the map the
subway stops are marked with an M (the 10th St. Station and two exits
from the North Avenue Station are shown). Of course, the airport has
taxi service as well. Most of the hotels are across a freeway from
the campus, which can be reached by following North Avenue, 3rd
St. (which leads to a pedestrian tunnel under the freeway), or 5th
St., which is called Ferst Dr. on the campus.
Foreign currency exchange. In the United States neighborhood banks
usually do not exchange currency. We expect, however, to have a
foreign currency teller available at a few scheduled times at a local
branch of the Wachovia Bank, where it will be possible to change from
major Western European and Japanese currency into dollars. The
Wachovia Bank will also be able to exchange foreign currency
travelers' checks at all business hours. In addition, a money machine
on campus will provide cash to a credit card, provided that the bank
issuing the card participates the network. You may also exchange at
the airport.
Climate. The weather in July is usually warm (90 F = 32 C) with
nights about (68 F = 20 C) and may be humid. Some call it a
semi-tropical climate. An umbrella would be a useful device to have.
Equipment. Each room will have an overhead projector and blackboard.
Please prepare and being your own transparencies. We will not have
facilities for the preparation of transparencies.
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| John F. Gilmore | (404) 894-3560/9081 fax |
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