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FOURTH  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE  ON  PARALLEL PROCESSING
 
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Naleczˇw, Poland September 9-12, 2001


WORKSHOPS AND SPECIAL SESSIONS




Workshop on the Complex System Simulations

Special session on Parallel/distributed/cooperative constraint solving

Minisymposium on functional differential equations and their applications

Computational and theoretical methods in hydrodynamics




Special session on Parallel/distributed/cooperative constraint solving
at the 4-th International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics (http://www.k2.pcz.czest.pl/~roman/ppam2001) Naleczow, Poland, September 9-12, 2001 ---------------------- In the recent past, much attention has been paid to the problem of finding a solution to a set of constraints, where constraints are distributed among a set of agents/processors, and solvers cooperate in parallel or concurrently. The main issues to be tackled are efficiency, termination, correctness, etc. of the overall solver. However, up to now, frameworks and algorithms have been developed mostly in separate communities: numerical analysis, computer algebra, constraint programming, parallelism, etc. The aim of this session is to bring together specialists from diverse areas of mathematics and computer science, and to build synergy between these communities. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to): * distributed CSP * parallel search * parallel iteration/constraint propagation * models of cooperative solvers * concurrent algorithms * coordination-based problem solving PROCEEDINGS/SUBMISSION ---------------------- Policy of the conference (see details on the web site). Moreover, mention that a paper is submitted to this special session. CONTACTS ---------------------- Laurent Granvilliers (granvilliers@irin.univ-nantes.fr) Eric Monfroy (monfroy@irin.univ-nantes.fr) 2, rue de la HoussiniŔre B.P. 92208 F-44322 Nantes cedex 3, France phone: +33 2 51 12 58 51 / fax: +33 2 51 12 58 12
Minisymposium on functional differential equations and their applications.
-------------------------------------------------------- at the 4-th International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics (http://www.k2.pcz.czest.pl/~roman/ppam2001) -------------------------------------------------------- Naleczow, Poland, September 9-12, 2001. ======================================================== GENERAL There is a mysterious union between computer community, applied mathematicians and pure mathematicians. Sometimes, they do not talk for ages with each other, even during their whole meeting. But once they are apart, they realize that what makes them rich is the glimpse at each other, the time they spent together... TOPICS OF INTEREST Topics of interest include (but are not limited to): * various differential functional models * ordinary and partial differential equations with delays, deviations, integrals and advancing variables * past, present and would-be applications of differential-functional equations * well-posedness of problems (existence, uniqueness, continuous dependence) * positive solutions, asymptotic behaviour, blow-up * equations of mathematical biology, ecology, chemistry, physics, engineering, finance * mixed type equations and their applications (differential-algebraic, differential-difference, with impulses) * numerical treatment of differential-functional equations, FDM, FEM * computer implementation of differential-functional equations PROCEEDINGS/SUBMISSION According to the general requirements of PPAM'2001 (see details on the web site). Please, mention that a paper is submitted to this minisymposium. CONTACT Henryk Leszczynski (hleszcz@math.univ.gda.pl) Institute of Mathematics University of Gdansk Wita Stwosza 57, 80-952 Gdansk Poland fax: +48 58 3414914 Elena Litsyn (elenal@wisdom.weizmann.ac.il) Department of Mathematics Ben-Gurion University Beer-Sheva, Israel

Computational and theoretical methods in hydrodynamics

-------------------------------------------------------- at the 4-th International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics (http://www.k2.pcz.czest.pl/~roman/ppam2001) -------------------------------------------------------- Naleczow, Poland, September 9-12, 2001. ======================================================== GENERAL Why do people like spending the time over flowing water? Just because it flows. Why do mathematicians spend a lot of time on a simple equation like N-S? Perhaps for the same reason. Once someone sees it he/she thinks it's easy. After some years of thorough research he/she observes that there is some problem in N-S, tries particular cases (elliptic, parabolic, hyperbolic, ODE's), decomposes, aproximates... and returns to Leray, Schauder, Chorin, Lions. During the minisymposium we will present some problems concerning the ship design and demonstrate computer simulations. TOPICS OF INTEREST Topics of interest include (but are not limited to): * theory and approximation of the Navier-Stokes equations * stationary and nonstationary flows * Hodge decomposition and consequences * a priori estimates of solutions * operator calculus and its implementation * free-boundary-value problems PROCEEDINGS/SUBMISSION According to the general requirements of PPAM'2001 (see details on the web site). Please, mention that a paper is submitted to this minisymposium. CONTACT Henryk Leszczynski (hleszcz@math.univ.gda.pl) Institute of Mathematics University of Gdansk Wita Stwosza 57, 80-952 Gdansk Poland fax: +48 58 3414914 Jan Jankowski (J.Jankowski@prs.gda.pl) Polish Register of Shipping P.O. Box 445, 80-958 Gdansk Poland fax: +48 58 3460392