International Journal of                                                 Numerical Analysis & Modeling

 
 ISSN 1705-5105
 
"For the things of this world cannot be made known without a knowledge of mathematics" -----Roger Bacon
 
Contents

          

Volume 16  Number 1-6 (2019)

Volume 15  Number 1-6 (2018)

Volume 14  Number 1-6 (2017)

Volume 13  Number 1-6 (2016)

Volume 12  Number 1-4 (2015)

Volume 11  Number 1-4 (2014)

Volume 10  Number 1-4 (2013)

Volume 9  Number 1-4 (2012)

Volume 8  Number 1-4 (2011)

Volume 7  Number 1-4 (2010)

Volume 6  Number 1-4 (2009)

Volume 5  Number 1-4 (2008)

Volume 5    Special Issue    2008

Volume 4  Number 1-4 (2007)

 Volume 3  Number 1-4 (2006)

Volume 2  Number 1-4 (2005)

Volume 2    Special Issue    2005

 Volume 1  Number 1-2 (2004)

We welcome submission of your most recent and important research results to be included in the first several issues. Please send your manuscripts (ps or pdf ) by email to

ijnam@ualberta.ca    

Dr. Yanping Lin
Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences
University of  Alberta CAB 632 
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada   T6G 2G1   

Your manuscripts will be reviewed promptly and thoroughly. We promise that the publication will be timely upon the acceptance  and the  journal will make every efforts to ensure that your results will reach as many readers as possible. This journal is a quarterly publication.

The forthcoming papers in 2019

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              Volume 16  (2019)                  

(all papers can be downloaded at the page numbers)                        

Volume  16,  Number  1 (2019)  --- Contents                

                                 

L. Wang, S. Hou, L. Shi and P. Zhang,  A numerical method for solving the variable   coefficient wave equation with interface jump conditions...........................................................1

L. Amir, M. Kern and H. Wang,  Preconditioning a coupled model for reactive transport in porous media......................................................................................................................18

F. Wang and W. Han, Reliable and efficient a posteriori error estimates of DG methods          for a simplified frictional contact problem.....................................49

M. D´ıaz-Viera, A. Ortiz-Tapia, J. Hern´andez-P´erez, G. Castorena-Cort´es,                 T. Rold´an-Carrillo and Pa. Olgu´ın-Lora,   A flow and transport model for simulation
of microbial enhanced oil recovery processes at core scale and laboratory conditions ............
.63

Y. Zhang and L. Xia,   Pattern formation in Rosenzweig–MacArthur model with                    prey–taxis...........................................................................................97

D. Gilliocq-Hirtz and Z. Belhachmi,  A space-time Parallel method for the optic flow estimation in large displacements and varying illumination case................................116

C. Ma, L. Cao and J. Huang,  Analysis of a fully discrete finite element method for                the Maxwell–Schr¨odinger system in the Coulomb gauge.........................................139

 

Volume  16,  Number  2 (2019)  --- Contents                       

C. Wang, P. Sun and Z. Li,  An iterative approach for constructing immersed nite element spaces and applications to interface problems........................................167

R. Backofen, S. Wise, M. Salvalaglio and A. Voigt,  Convexity splitting in a phase          fileld model for surface diffusion.........................................................................192

W. Yang, L. Cao, Y. Huang and J. Cui,  A new a posteriori error estimate for the interior penalty discontinuous Galerkin method.....210

M. Gunzburger and J. Wang,,  A second-order Crank-Nicolson method for time-fractional PDEs.....................................225

H. Feng, Y. Gao, L. Ju and X. Zhang,  A new collocation method for solving certain Hadamard nite-part integral equation...........................................................................240

S. Cheung and E. Chung,  An embedded SDG method for the convection-di usion equation..............................................................................................................................255

B. Hou and D. Liang,  A time second-order characteristic nite element
method for nonlinear advection-di usion equations.......................
276

M. Chen, P. Bollada and P. Jimack, Dynamic load balancing for the parallel, adaptive, multigrid solution of implicit phase-field simulations................................................................297

C. Liu, W. Shi and X. Wu,  Numerical analysis of an energy-conservation scheme for            two-dimensional Hamiltonian wave equations with Neumann
boundary conditions..........................................................................................319

X. Feng and S. Schnake,  A discontinuous Ritz method for a class of calculus of variations problems......................340

Q. Liang, L. Chen, H. Zhang and D. Zhang,  Self-consistent eld theory simulations                of wormlike chains on cylindrical surface...............................................................357

 

 

 

 

 

 

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