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This video belongs to Applied mathematics which is a branch of mathematics that concerns with mathematical methods that are typically used in science, engineering, business, and industry. Computational mathematics involves mathematical research in areas of science where computing plays a central and essential role in emphasizing algorithms, numerical methods and symbolic methods. The journal provides an Open Access platform to analyze new computational and applied techniques for solving the scientific or engineering problems.It is under an Open Access category by OMICS Publishing Group which is a peer-reviewed journal, aims to provide the most complete, dependable and undeviating source of information on current developments in the arena of Applied and Computational Mathematics. The emphasis will be on publishing quality research papers rapidly and to make freely available to researchers worldwide.
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SUMMARY
=======
The SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (SISC), formerly SIAM Journal on Scientific & Statistical Computing, is a scientific journal focusing on the research articles on numerical methods and techniques for scientific computation. It is published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). Jan S. Hesthaven is the current editor-in-chief, assuming the role in January 2016.
The impact factor is currently around 2.
This journal papers address computational issues relevant to solution of scientific or engineering problems and include computational results demonstrating the effectiveness of proposed techniques. They are classified into three categories: 1) Methods and Algorithms for Scientific Computing. 2) Computational Methods in Science and Engineering. 3) Software and High-Performance Computing. The first type papers focus on theoretical analysis, provided that relevance to applications in science and engineering is demonstrated. They are supposed to contain meaningful computational results and theoretical results or strong heuristics supporting the performance of new algorithms. The second type papers pay much attention to describing novel methodologies for solving a specific problem in computational science or engineering. The information about the application to orient other computational scientists is necessary. The third type papers more concern about novel design and development of computational methods and high-quality software, parallel algorithms, high-performance computing issues, new architectures, data analysis or visualization. However, the primary focus should be on computational methods that have huge impact on scientific or engineering problems.
The modern numerical analysis can be dated back to 1947 when John von Neumann and Herman Goldstine wrote a pioneering paper, “Numerical Inverting of Matrices of High Order” (Bulletin of the AMS, Nov. 1947). This paper commonly is considered as one of the first papers to study rounding error and include discussion of what is called scientific computing nowadays. Although, from math history, numerical analysis has a longer and richer history, “modern” numerical analysis is defined by the mix of the programmable electronic computer, mathematical analysis, and the opportunity and need to solve large and complex problems in life applications. The need, such as, ballistics prediction, neutron transport, and nonsteady, multidimensional fluid dynamics pushed the development of computer and depended strongly on developments in numerical analysis and mathematical modeling.

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The talk was delivered at the conference "Geometric Analysis and Control Theory" held in Novosibirsk, Russia, 2016.
My recent manuscripts:
1. Visualization of regions of monotonic curvature for interpolating extended sectrix of Maclaurin segments (published in Computer Aided Geometric Design)
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167839617301206
2. Two-point G1 Hermite interpolation in biangular coordinates, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics (published in the Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics)
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0377042715001107
3. Visual Perception, Quantity of Information Function and the Concept of the Quantity of Information Continuous Splines (published in Scientific Visualization)
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/299159203_Visual_Perception_Quantity_of_Information_Function_and_the_Concept_of_the_Quantity_of_Information_Continuous_Splines

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International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC)
ISSN: 2201-4160
http://wireilla.com/ns/maths/ijscmc.html
Scope & Topics
The International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC) is a Quarterly peer-reviewed and refereed open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Soft Computing, Pure, Applied and Numerical Mathematics and Control. The focus of this new journal is on all theoretical and numerical methods on soft computing, mathematics and control theory with applications in science and industry. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on latest topics of soft computing, pure, applied and numerical mathematics and control engineering, and establishing new collaborations in these areas . Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate new algorithms, theorems, modelling results, research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control Engineering
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
Abstract Algebra and Applications
Adaptive control
Agriculture, environment, health applications
Algorithms
Applications of modelling in science and engineering
Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
Computational Complexity
Computer modelling
Control theory
Differential Geometry
Digital control
Discrete Mathematics
Embedded systems
Evolutionary algorithms
Fault detection and isolation
Feedback control
Functional Analysis
Fuzzy logic and applications
Fuzzy set theory
Genetic Algorithms
Genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
Graph Theory and Applications
Hybrid systems
Industry, military, space applications
Linear and nonlinear control systems
Linear and Nonlinear Programming
Markov Chains and Applications
Mathematical modelling
Model predictive control
Networked control systems
Neural networks and fuzzy logic
Neuro-Fuzzy Control
Numerical Analysis
Numerical analysis and scientific computing
Operations Research
Optimal Control
Optimization and optimal control
Optimization Theory
Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
Process control and instrumentation
Real and Complex Analysis
Real-time issues
Robust control
Scientific computing
Set Theory
Sliding mode control
Soft computing and control
Statistics
Stochastic control and filtering
Stochastic Modelling
System identification and control
Systems and automation
Topology and Analysis
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Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through
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This video belongs to Industrial Engineering and Management which is concerned with the development, and evaluation of integrated systems of people, equipment, energy, materials, analysis and synthesis. This also includes the mathematical, physical and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems or processes. The journal provides an open access platform for the development and evaluation of financial distress prediction, operations management, safety engineering, value and supply chain management.Industrial Engineering & Management journal is an Open Access journal OMICS Publishing Group which provides an international platform for the communication of original research, ideas and developments in all areas of Industrial Engineering and Management. Its scope includes Formulation of production plan, Control of processes and products, Inventory control, Design of plant layout, Scheduling of machines, Construction project planning, Airlines operations, Hospital management, Transportation problems, Optimal use of natural resources etc.
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International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC)
ISSN : 2201 -4160
http://wireilla.com/ns/maths/ijscmc.html
Scope & Topics
The International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC) is an open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Soft Computing, Pure, Applied and Numerical Mathematics and Control. The focus of this new journal is on all theoretical and numerical methods on soft computing, mathematics and control theory with applications in science and industry. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on latest topics of soft computing, pure, applied and numerical mathematics and control engineering, and establishing new collaborations in these areas .
Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate new algorithms, theorems, modelling results, research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control Engineering
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Abstract Algebra and Applications
• Adaptive control
• Agriculture, environment, health applications
• Algorithms
• Applications of modelling in science and engineering
• Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
• Computational Complexity
• Computer modelling
• Control theory
• Differential Geometry
• Digital control
• Discrete Mathematics
• Embedded systems
• Evolutionary algorithms
• Fault detection and isolation
• Feedback control
• Functional Analysis
• Fuzzy logic and applications
• Fuzzy set theory
• Genetic Algorithms
• Genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
• Graph Theory and Applications
• Hybrid systems
• Industry, military, space applications
• Linear and nonlinear control systems
• Linear and Nonlinear Programming
• Markov Chains and Applications • Mathematical modelling
• Model predictive control
• Networked control systems
• Neural networks and fuzzy logic
• Neuro-Fuzzy Control
• Numerical Analysis
• Numerical analysis and scientific computing
• Operations Research
• Optimal Control
• Optimization and optimal control
• Optimization Theory
• Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
• Process control and instrumentation
• Real and Complex Analysis
• Real-time issues
• Robust control
• Scientific computing
• Set Theory
• Sliding mode control
• Soft computing and control
• Statistics
• Stochastic control and filtering
• Stochastic Modelling
• System identification and control
• Systems and automation
• Topology and Analysis
Paper Submission
Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail:[email protected] or [email protected] Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal. For paper format download the template in this page.
For other details please visit http://wireilla.com/ns/maths/ijscmc.html

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IJSCMC Journal

This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIAM_Journal_on_Scientific_Computing
Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago.
Learning by listening is a great way to:
- increases imagination and understanding
- improves your listening skills
- improves your own spoken accent
- learn while on the move
- reduce eye strain
Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone.
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Speaking Rate: 0.9883480637781323
Voice name: en-AU-Wavenet-B
"I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think."
- Socrates
SUMMARY
=======
The SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (SISC), formerly SIAM Journal on Scientific & Statistical Computing, is a scientific journal focusing on the research articles on numerical methods and techniques for scientific computation. It is published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). Jan S. Hesthaven is the current editor-in-chief, assuming the role in January 2016.
The impact factor is currently around 2.
This journal papers address computational issues relevant to solution of scientific or engineering problems and include computational results demonstrating the effectiveness of proposed techniques. They are classified into three categories: 1) Methods and Algorithms for Scientific Computing. 2) Computational Methods in Science and Engineering. 3) Software and High-Performance Computing. The first type papers focus on theoretical analysis, provided that relevance to applications in science and engineering is demonstrated. They are supposed to contain meaningful computational results and theoretical results or strong heuristics supporting the performance of new algorithms. The second type papers pay much attention to describing novel methodologies for solving a specific problem in computational science or engineering. The information about the application to orient other computational scientists is necessary. The third type papers more concern about novel design and development of computational methods and high-quality software, parallel algorithms, high-performance computing issues, new architectures, data analysis or visualization. However, the primary focus should be on computational methods that have huge impact on scientific or engineering problems.
The modern numerical analysis can be dated back to 1947 when John von Neumann and Herman Goldstine wrote a pioneering paper, “Numerical Inverting of Matrices of High Order” (Bulletin of the AMS, Nov. 1947). This paper commonly is considered as one of the first papers to study rounding error and include discussion of what is called scientific computing nowadays. Although, from math history, numerical analysis has a longer and richer history, “modern” numerical analysis is defined by the mix of the programmable electronic computer, mathematical analysis, and the opportunity and need to solve large and complex problems in life applications. The need, such as, ballistics prediction, neutron transport, and nonsteady, multidimensional fluid dynamics pushed the development of computer and depended strongly on developments in numerical analysis and mathematical modeling.

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International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC)
ISSN: 2201 – 4160
http://wireilla.com/ns/maths/ijscmc.html
Scope & Topics
The International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC) is a Quarterly peer-reviewed and refereed open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Soft Computing, Pure, Applied and Numerical Mathematics and Control. The focus of this new journal is on all theoretical and numerical methods on soft computing, mathematics and control theory with applications in science and industry. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on latest topics of soft computing, pure, applied and numerical mathematics and control engineering, and establishing new collaborations in these areas.
Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate new algorithms, theorems, modelling results, research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control Engineering.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Abstract Algebra and Applications
• Adaptive control
• Agriculture, environment, health applications
• Algorithms
• Applications of modelling in science and engineering
• Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
• Computational Complexity
• Computer modelling
• Control theory
• Differential Geometry
• Digital control
• Discrete Mathematics
• Embedded systems
• Evolutionary algorithms
• Fault detection and isolation
• Feedback control
• Functional Analysis
• Fuzzy logic and applications
• Fuzzy set theory
• Genetic Algorithms
• Genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
• Graph Theory and Applications
• Hybrid systems
• Industry, military, space applications
• Linear and nonlinear control systems
• Linear and Nonlinear Programming
• Markov Chains and Applications • Mathematical modelling
• Model predictive control
• Networked control systems
• Neural networks and fuzzy logic
• Neuro-Fuzzy Control
• Numerical Analysis
• Numerical analysis and scientific computing
• Operations Research
• Optimal Control
• Optimization and optimal control
• Optimization Theory
• Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
• Process control and instrumentation
• Real and Complex Analysis
• Real-time issues
• Robust control
• Scientific computing
• Set Theory
• Sliding mode control
• Soft computing and control
• Statistics
• Stochastic control and filtering
• Stochastic Modelling
• System identification and control
• Systems and automation
• Topology and Analysis
Paper Submission
Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through the Submission System. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal. For paper format download the template in this page.
For other details please visit: http://wireilla.com/ns/maths/ijscmc.html

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IJSCMC Journal

This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Society_for_Industrial_and_Applied_Mathematics
00:01:06 1 Membership
00:02:20 2 Activity groups
00:03:27 3 Publications
00:03:36 3.1 Journals
00:06:24 3.2 Books
00:07:13 3.3 Conferences
00:08:04 4 Prizes and recognition
00:10:56 4.1 John von Neumann Lecture
00:11:32 4.2 MathWorks Mega Math (Msup3/sup) Challenge
00:12:10 5 Leadership
00:12:31 6 See also
Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago.
Learning by listening is a great way to:
- increases imagination and understanding
- improves your listening skills
- improves your own spoken accent
- learn while on the move
- reduce eye strain
Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone.
Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio:
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Other Wikipedia audio articles at:
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Upload your own Wikipedia articles through:
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Speaking Rate: 0.9412719438621999
Voice name: en-US-Wavenet-D
"I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think."
- Socrates
SUMMARY
=======
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is an academic association dedicated to the use of mathematics in industry. SIAM is the world's largest professional association devoted to applied mathematics, and roughly two-thirds of its membership resides within the United States. Founded in 1951, the organization began holding annual national meetings in 1954, and now hosts conferences, publishes books and scholarly journals, and engages in lobbying in issues of interest to its membership. The focus for the society is applied, computational, and industrial mathematics, and the society often promotes its acronym as "Science and Industry Advance with Mathematics". Members include engineers, scientists, and mathematicians, both those employed in academia and those working in industry. The society supports educational institutions promoting applied mathematics.
SIAM is one of the four member organizations of the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics.

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Applied mathematics is a branch of mathematics that concerns itself with mathematical methods that are typically used in science, engineering, business, and industry. Thus, "applied mathematics" is a mathematical science with specialized knowledge. The term "applied mathematics" also describes the professional specialty in which mathematicians work on practical problems; as a profession focused on practical problems, applied mathematics focuses on the formulation and study of mathematical models. In the past, practical applications have motivated the development of mathematical theories, which then became the subject of study in pure mathematics, where mathematics is developed primarily for its own sake. Thus, the activity of applied mathematics is vitally connected with research in pure mathematics.
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G.Zoutendijk:"Nonlinear programming a numerical survey". Journal of society of industrial applied mathematics. Control theory and applications Vol.4. Pages 194 onwards (1966)
Please do solve also this problem using the saddle point conditions of the lagrangian by means of the dual function.Thanks.
Y. Smeers, “Generalized reduced gradient method as an extension of feasible direction methods,” Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 209–226, 1977.
C. Audet, P. Hansen, F. Messine, and J. Xiong, “The largest small octagon,” Journal of Combinatorial Theory. Series A, vol. 98, no. 1, pp. 46–59, 2002

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International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC)
ISSN: 2201 – 4160
http://wireilla.com/ns/maths/ijscmc.html
Scope & Topics
The International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC) is a Quarterly peer-reviewed and refereed open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Soft Computing, Pure, Applied and Numerical Mathematics and Control. The focus of this new journal is on all theoretical and numerical methods on soft computing, mathematics and control theory with applications in science and industry. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on latest topics of soft computing, pure, applied and numerical mathematics and control engineering, and establishing new collaborations in these areas.
Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate new algorithms, theorems, modelling results, research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control Engineering.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Abstract Algebra and Applications
• Adaptive control
• Agriculture, environment, health applications
• Algorithms
• Applications of modelling in science and engineering
• Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
• Computational Complexity
• Computer modelling
• Control theory
• Differential Geometry
• Digital control
• Discrete Mathematics
• Embedded systems
• Evolutionary algorithms
• Fault detection and isolation
• Feedback control
• Functional Analysis
• Fuzzy logic and applications
• Fuzzy set theory
• Genetic Algorithms
• Genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
• Graph Theory and Applications
• Hybrid systems
• Industry, military, space applications
• Linear and nonlinear control systems
• Linear and Nonlinear Programming
• Markov Chains and Applications • Mathematical modelling
• Model predictive control
• Networked control systems
• Neural networks and fuzzy logic
• Neuro-Fuzzy Control
• Numerical Analysis
• Numerical analysis and scientific computing
• Operations Research
• Optimal Control
• Optimization and optimal control
• Optimization Theory
• Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
• Process control and instrumentation
• Real and Complex Analysis
• Real-time issues
• Robust control
• Scientific computing
• Set Theory
• Sliding mode control
• Soft computing and control
• Statistics
• Stochastic control and filtering
• Stochastic Modelling
• System identification and control
• Systems and automation
• Topology and Analysis
Paper Submission
Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through the Submission System. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal. For paper format download the template in this page.
For other details please visit: http://wireilla.com/ns/maths/ijscmc.html

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IJSCMC Journal

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October 28-29, 2010
Automatically Generating Test Data for Web Applications
Presented by Jeff Offutt, Professor of Software Engineering, Volgenau School of Information and Technology, George Mason University.
Abstract:
The past decade has seen exciting changes in how we develop and test software. The need for reliability has grown enormously: The user base is expanding, technological advances put software into more mission-critical locations, software continues to grow in complexity, and software must be correct to be secure. However, despite the fact that many test techniques and criteria invented by researchers are now mature enough to be ready for industrial use, few have been adopted by industry. In particular, one of the hardest problems in software testing is automatic generation of test inputs; a problem with many sophisticated solutions from the research community but for which most industrial tools only use primitive solutions. This talk will discuss automatic test data generation in the context of unit / developer testing (dynamic domain reduction) and system testing of web applications (bypass testing), and explore some of the difficulties in transitioning research results in software testing to industrial use.
Speaker Bio:
Dr. Jeff Offutt is Professor of Software Engineering at George Mason University. He has invented numerous test strategies, published over 120 refereed research papers, and is co-author of the textbook Introduction to Software Testing. He is editor-in-chief of Wiley's journal of Software Testing, Verification and Reliability; steering committee chair for the IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verification, and Validation; and program chair for ICST 2009. He has consulted with numerous companies on software testing, usability, and software intellectual property issues. Offutt is on the web at http://www.cs.gmu.edu/~offutt/.
Talk Slides: https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B4fT-BFGDnQkNWU5ZjI5NDMtMzBlNS00YTMxLWFmMTctMTI4NjA4YzhlOTFm

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GoogleTechTalks

International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC)
ISSN : 2201 - 4160
Scope & Topics
The International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC) is an open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Soft Computing, Pure, Applied and Numerical Mathematics and Control. The focus of this new journal is on all theoretical and numerical methods on soft computing, mathematics and control theory with applications in science and industry. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on latest topics of soft computing, pure, applied and numerical mathematics and control engineering, and establishing new collaborations in these areas .
Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate new algorithms, theorems, modelling results, research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control Engineering
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
Abstract Algebra and Applications
Adaptive control
Agriculture, environment, health applications
Algorithms
Applications of modelling in science and engineering
Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
Computational Complexity
Computer modelling
Control theory
Differential Geometry
Digital control
Discrete Mathematics
Embedded systems
Evolutionary algorithms
Fault detection and isolation
Feedback control
Functional Analysis
Fuzzy logic and applications
Fuzzy set theory
Genetic Algorithms
Genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
Graph Theory and Applications
Hybrid systems
Industry, military, space applications
Linear and nonlinear control systems
Linear and Nonlinear Programming
Markov Chains and Applications
Mathematical modelling
Model predictive control
Networked control systems
Neural networks and fuzzy logic
Neuro-Fuzzy Control
Numerical Analysis
Numerical analysis and scientific computing
Operations Research
Optimal Control
Optimization and optimal control
Optimization Theory
Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
Process control and instrumentation
Real and Complex Analysis
Real-time issues
Robust control
Scientific computing
Set Theory
Sliding mode control
Soft computing and control
Statistics
Stochastic control and filtering
Stochastic Modelling
System identification and control
Systems and automation
Topology and Analysis
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IJSCMC Journal

Statistics for Experimentalists by Dr. A. Kannan,Department of Chemical Engineering,IIT Madras.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in

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nptelhrd

Friday, November 22, 2013
Tridiagonal matrices appear almost everywhere (like 2nd order differential operators).
This talk grew out of four very different applications:
1. (positive definite) Completion to maximum determinant=maximum entropy
2. Inverses and low rank submatrices
3. Exponentials (heat eqn, wave eqn, communication on graphs)
4. Constant ratio of A^n _ik / A^n _ki (and eigenvalues of A)
Bio:
Gilbert Strang is the MathWorks Professor of Mathematics as of 2011, the first holder of this faculty chair. He came to MIT upon completing the Ph.D. from UCLA in 1959 under the direction of Peter Henrici. He received the S.B. from MIT in 1955, and the B.A. and M.A. as a Rhodes Scholar from Oxford University in 1957. He joined the MIT mathematics faculty in 1962, professor in 1970.
Professor Strang's research focuses on mathematical analysis, linear algebra and PDEs. He has written textbooks on linear algebra, computational science, finite elements, wavelets, GPS, and calculus. His video lectures are on MIT's OpenCourseWare, and he is on the editorial board of numerous journals, and is the founder of Wellesley-Cambridge Press. His service to the academic community is extensive. Professor Strang served as President of SIAM, 1999-00, Chair of the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics, 1999, Chair of the U.S. National Committee on Mathematics, 2002, and member of the Abel Prize Committee, 2003-05. In the Mathematics Department, he was Chair of the Pure Mathematics Committee, 1975-79.
Professor Strang has received distinctions for his research, service and teaching; among them: the Chauvenet Prize, 1976; the Award for Distinguished Service, SIAM, 2003; the Graduate School Teaching Award, MIT, 2003; the Von Neumann Prize Medal of the U.S. Assoc. for Computational Mechanics, 2005; the Lester R. Ford Prize, MAA, 2005; the Franklin and Deborah Tepper Haimo Prize, MAA, 2006; and the Henrici and Su Buchin Prizes of the International Congress of Industrial & Applied Mathematics, 2007. Professor Strang is a Member of the National Academy of Sciences and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. He is an Honorary Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford.

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Cornell CAM Colloquium

International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC)
ISSN : 2201-4160
Scope & Topics
The International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC) is an open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Soft Computing, Pure, Applied and Numerical Mathematics and Control. The focus of this new journal is on all theoretical and numerical methods on soft computing, mathematics and control theory with applications in science and industry. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on latest topics of soft computing, pure, applied and numerical mathematics and control engineering, and establishing new collaborations in these areas .
Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate new algorithms, theorems, modelling results, research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control Engineering
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
Abstract Algebra and Applications
Adaptive control
Agriculture, environment, health applications
Algorithms
Applications of modelling in science and engineering
Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
Computational Complexity
Computer modelling
Control theory
Differential Geometry
Digital control
Discrete Mathematics
Embedded systems
Evolutionary algorithms
Fault detection and isolation
Feedback control
Functional Analysis
Fuzzy logic and applications
Fuzzy set theory
Genetic Algorithms
Genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
Graph Theory and Applications
Hybrid systems
Industry, military, space applications
Linear and nonlinear control systems
Linear and Nonlinear Programming
Markov Chains and Applications
Mathematical modelling
Model predictive control
Networked control systems
Neural networks and fuzzy logic
Neuro-Fuzzy Control
Numerical Analysis
Numerical analysis and scientific computing
Operations Research
Optimal Control
Optimization and optimal control
Optimization Theory
Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
Process control and instrumentation
Real and Complex Analysis
Real-time issues
Robust control
Scientific computing
Set Theory
Sliding mode control
Soft computing and control
Statistics
Stochastic control and filtering
Stochastic Modelling
System identification and control
Systems and automation
Topology and Analysis

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IJSCMC Journal

Friday, November 18, 2016
CAM Notable Alumni Lecture Series
Techniques for numerical optimization have been wildly successful in an amazingly broad range of applications. In the talk, I will go into some detail about two particular applications that are both “space related”. The first application is to the design of telescopes that can achieve unprecedentedly high-contrast making it possible to directly image extra-solar planets even though their host star is billions of times brighter and has a very small angular separation from the planet. The second application is to use optimization to find new, interesting, and often exotic solutions to the n-body problem. Finding such orbits could inform us as to what type of exoplanetary systems might exist around other nearby stars. In these two applications, I will explain enough of the physics to make the optimization problem clear and then I will show some of the results we have been able to find using state-of-the-art numerical optimization algorithms.
Bio
Robert Vanderbei is a Professor in the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering at Princeton University. From 2005 to 2012, he was chair of the department. In addition, he holds courtesy appointments in the Departments of Mathematics, Astrophysics, Computer Science, and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He is also a member of the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics, is a founding member of the Bendheim Center for Finance, and a former Director of the Engineering and Management Systems Program.
Beyond Princeton, he is a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), the Society for Applied and Industrial Mathematics (SIAM) and the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). Within INFORMS, he has served as President of the Optimization Society and the Computing Society. He also serves on the Advisory Board for the journal Mathematical Programming Computation.
He has degrees in Chemistry (B.S.), Operations Research and Statistics (M.S.), and Applied Mathematics (M.S., Ph.D.). After receiving his Ph.D. from Cornell (1981), he was an NSF postdoc at the Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences (NYU) for one year, then a lecturer in the Mathematics Department at the University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign for two years before joining Bell Labs in 1984. At Bell Labs he made fundamental contributions to the field of optimization and holds three patents for his inventions. In 1990, he left Bell Labs to join Princeton University where he has been since.
In addition to hundreds of research papers, he has written three books: (i) a textbook entitled Linear Programming: Foundations and Extensions now in its fourth edition and published by Springer, (ii) Sizing Up The Universe, an introductory astronomy book written jointly with J. Richard Gott and published by National Geographic, and (iii) Real and Convex Analysis, a textbook written jointly with Erhan Cinlar and published by Springer.

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Cornell CAM Colloquium

The International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC)
ISSN : 2201 - 4160
http://wireilla.com/ns/maths/ijscmc.html
Scope & Topics
The International Journal of Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control (IJSCMC) is an open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Soft Computing, Pure, Applied and Numerical Mathematics and Control. The focus of this new journal is on all theoretical and numerical methods on soft computing, mathematics and control theory with applications in science and industry. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on latest topics of soft computing, pure, applied and numerical mathematics and control engineering, and establishing new collaborations in these areas .
Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate new algorithms, theorems, modelling results, research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Soft Computing, Mathematics and Control Engineering
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Abstract Algebra and Applications
• Adaptive control
• Agriculture, environment, health applications
• Algorithms
• Applications of modelling in science and engineering
• Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
• Computational Complexity
• Computer modelling
• Control theory
• Differential Geometry
• Digital control
• Discrete Mathematics
• Embedded systems
• Evolutionary algorithms
• Fault detection and isolation
• Feedback control
• Functional Analysis
• Fuzzy logic and applications
• Fuzzy set theory
• Genetic Algorithms
• Genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
• Graph Theory and Applications
• Hybrid systems
• Industry, military, space applications
• Linear and nonlinear control systems
• Linear and Nonlinear Programming
• Markov Chains and Applications • Mathematical modelling
• Model predictive control
• Networked control systems
• Neural networks and fuzzy logic
• Neuro-Fuzzy Control
• Numerical Analysis
• Numerical analysis and scientific computing
• Operations Research
• Optimal Control
• Optimization and optimal control
• Optimization Theory
• Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
• Process control and instrumentation
• Real and Complex Analysis
• Real-time issues
• Robust control
• Scientific computing
• Set Theory
• Sliding mode control
• Soft computing and control
• Statistics
• Stochastic control and filtering
• Stochastic Modelling
• System identification and control
• Systems and automation
• Topology and Analysis

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IJSCMC Journal

International Journal of Chaos, Control, Modelling and Simulation (IJCCMS)
http://airccse.org/journal/ijccms/index.html
ISSN : 2319 - 5398 [Online] ; 2319 - 8990 [Print].
Aims and Scope:
The International Journal of Chaos, Control, Modelling and Simulation is a bi-monthly open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes
articles which contribute new results in all areas of Chaos Theory, Control Systems, Scientific Modelling and Computer
Simulation. In the last few decades, chaos theory has found important applications in secure communication devices and
secure data encryption. Control methods are very useful in several applied areas like Chaos, Automation, Communication,
Robotics, Power Systems, and Biomedical Instrumentation. The journal focuses on all technical and practical aspects of
Chaos, Control, Modelling and Simulation. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from
academia and industry to focus on chaotic systems and applications, control theory, process control, automation, modelling
concepts, computational methods, computer simulation and establishing new collaborations in these areas..
Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate research results, projects, surveying
works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Chaos Theory, Control Systems, Modelling and Simulation Techniques.
Areas and subareas of interest include (but are not limited to):
Adaptive control
Advanced chaos theory
Advanced computing techniques
Algorithms, modelling and simulation
Applications of chaos in science and engineering
Artificial intelligence
Artificial neural networks
Automation and mobile robots
Bioinformatics
Biological modelling
Biological systems and models
Chaotic systems
Chaos modelling
Circuit realization of chaotic systems
Control of chaotic systems
Cloud computing
Communication engineering
Computational biology
Computational fluid dynamics
Computer science
Control devices & instruments
Control theory
Data mining
Data Structures and Algorithms
Scientific computing
Secure communication devices
Stochastic modelling and control
Data visualization
Digital control
Digital image processing
Digital signal processing
Dynamical systems and stability theory
Embedded systems and control
Evolutionary techniques in engineering
Flight control and surveillance systems
Fuzzy logic control
Genetic algorithms and applications
Hyperchaotic systems
Industrial applications of control
Intelligent systems
Information theory
Linear and nonlinear programming
Linear control theory
Materials science
Mathematical control theory
Mathematical modelling and applications
Measurement systems
Modelling and control
Nonlinear control theory
Numerical methods in control systems
Optimization and optimal control
Parallel computing
Process control and automation
Real-time systems
Real and complex analysis
Robust control
Soft computing techniques
Paper Submission
Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail: [email protected] Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal.
For other details please visit http://airccse.org/journal/ijccms/index.html

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Lauren Riley

*NOTE: This video was recorded in Fall 2017. The rest of the lectures were recorded in Fall 2016, but video of Lecture 1 was not available.
MIT 18.650 Statistics for Applications, Fall 2016
View the complete course: https://ocw.mit.edu/18-650F16
Instructor: Philippe Rigollet
In this lecture, Prof. Rigollet talked about the importance of the mathematical theory behind statistical methods and built a mathematical model to understand the accuracy of the statistical procedure.
License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
More information at https://ocw.mit.edu/terms
More courses at https://ocw.mit.edu

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MIT OpenCourseWare

Download the entire show at: http://www.rce-cast.com/Podcast/rce-47-itaps-interoperable-tools-for-advanced-petascale-simulations.html
Carl Ollivier-Gooch is a professor in the department of mechanical engineering at The University of British Columbia, where he is a member of UBC's Institute for Applied Mathematics and Institute for Computing, Information, and Cognitive Systems. His research interests are in high-order numerical methods for aircraft aerodynamics and in unstructured mesh generation. He has also won national and provincial awards for research that applies aerodynamics to the pulp and paper industry. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Timothy Tautges is a Computational Scientist in the Mathematics and Computer Science division at Argonne National Laboratory. He also holds an appointment as Adjunct Professor in Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Tim was trained in nuclear engineering with an emphasis on parallel computing. After receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin (thesis topic: parallel nuclear severe accident simulation), he worked on severe accident modeling at the CEC Joint Research Center, Ispra, Italy, and Sandia National Laboratories. Later he joined and eventually lead the Cubit mesh generation project at Sandia. Tim's research interests include unstructured hexahedral mesh generation and component-based application of mesh and geometry in scientific computing applications. He is responsible for the development and open-source releases of the Common Geometry Module (CGM) and a Mesh-Oriented datABase (MOAB). After moving to Argonne in 2006, Tim took on the responsibility for mesh and geometry infrastructure for the SHARP reactor simulation project. He also is the Argonne Principle Investigator on the SciDAC ITAPS project.
Mark S. Shephard is the Samuel A. and Elisabeth C. Johnson, Jr. Professor of Engineering, and the director of the Scientific Computation Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He holds joint appointments in the departments of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering; Civil and Environmental Engineering; and Computer Science. Dr. Shephard has published over 250 papers. He is a fellow in and the past President of the US Association for Computational Mechanics, a fellow and member of the General Council of the International Association for Computational Mechanics, a fellow of ASME and an Associate Fellow of AIAA. He is the editor of Engineering with Computers and on the editorial board of six computational mechanics journals. He is a co-founder of Simmetrix Inc., a company dedicated to the technologies that enable simulation-based engineering.

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Brock Palen

Philip Emeagwali Lecture 180914-3
33 Biggest Advance Since Newton, Galileo—Part 2
Philip Emeagwali Lecture 180914-3
Visit http://emeagwali.com for complete transcripts of 100+ lectures.
Video: https://YouTube.com/emeagwali
Podcast: https://SoundCloud.com/emeagwali
33.1.1 How I Began Supercomputing
In the supercomputer textbooks
of the 1960s through ‘80s,
Amdahl’s Law cemented the theory
that solving the toughest problems
arising in modern calculus
and in extreme-scale
computational physics
and solving them efficiently
and in parallel across eight, or more, processors is impossible.
Put differently, Amdahl’s Law, rendered
sequential processing supercomputing
as unchallengeable
and rendered
parallel processing supercomputing
as a huge waste of everybody’s time.
The ominous shadow
that was cast by Amdahl’s Law
over the modern supercomputer
was the reason that
25,000 vector processing
supercomputers scientists
of the late 1980s
were only conducting
table-top experiments
on only one processor.
Back in the 1970s and ‘80s,
I—Philip Emeagwali—had my doubts
about Amdahl’s Law.
For that reason,
I was the only fulltime programmer
of the most massively
parallel processing supercomputer
ever assembled.
My grand challenge
was to experimentally discover
the unheard of speedup that will make
the new computer super.
I was the only person
that was executing 65,536 experiments
across as many processors.
My supercomputing quest
was to make the fictional factual.
In 1989, I was in the news headlines
because I made the
fictional massively parallel processing supercomputer factual.
I hypothesized the parallel processing supercomputer back in 1974
and made the technology factual
by constructively reducing
my ensemble of 65,536 processors
to the precursor
of the modern supercomputer
that is also an ensemble of
millions upon millions of processors.
I invented
the parallel processing supercomputer
and I invented the technology
on the Fourth of July 1989
in Los Alamos, New Mexico, United States.
I began supercomputing
from the realm of science fiction.
I began supercomputing
from the realm of an ensemble of fictionalized
two-to-power sixteen processors
that were married together
as one cohesive internet
and married by sixteen times
two-to-power sixteen email wires
that encircled the globe
in a sixteen-dimensional hyperspace.
I began supercomputing
not as a supercomputer scientist, per se,
but as a mathematician
that was more at home with
non-Euclidean geometry and topology
than with a single processor.
I began supercomputing
as a mathematical physicist
that was exposed to the
four-dimensional space time-continuum
of Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.
33.1.2 Early Controversies in the Supercomputer World
In the decades of the 1960s
through ‘80s,
parallel processing
was the subject of a titanic battle
between the majority
who believed that all supercomputers
should be powered by
a single, isolated processor
and the minority
who believed that all supercomputers
should be powered by
an ensemble of thousands,
or maybe millions, of processors.
In the 1970s and ‘80s,
the parallel processing supercomputer
was embroiled in controversies.
Countless ridiculing statements
were made about the technology.
That was the reason
only one computational mathematician
attended my public lecture
on parallel processing
that took place in November 1982
and took place in a lecture auditorium
that was a short walk
from The White House, Washington, D.C.
33.1.3 A Hero’s Welcome, After 9-Year Rejection
Nine years later, my lecture
on parallel processing supercomputing
that I gave on July 8, 1991
in Washington, D.C.
was before a standing room only audience of research computational mathematicians
that were attending
the largest international congress
of mathematics.
The top one percent of mathematicians,
or ten thousand research mathematicians,
read about my mathematical inventions
and my contributions
of new calculus
and new algebra
to mathematical knowledge
and read about my mathematical inventions through the cover story
of the May 1990 issue
of the SIAM News,
that is the bi-monthly news journal
of record
of the mathematics community
that is published
by the Society of Industrial
and Applied Mathematics.
I was not on the cover of
the top mathematics publications
because I was good looking.
I was on the cover of
the top mathematics publications
because I contributed to mathematics.
My new mathematics
was the Philip Emeagwali formula
for solving 65,536 problems at once.
The Philip Emeagwali formula
was mentioned
by then U.S. President Bill Clinton
who extolled my formula
in his White House speech
of August 26, 2000.
In the 1980s,
I gave research lectures
on the Philip Emeagwali formula.

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Philip Emeagwali

Here is the video about Journal entries for 24 Transactions, with this we discussed 3 Golden Rules, what is Real Account, Personal account and Nominal account, hope this will help you to get the subject knowledge at the end. Thanks and All the best.
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Kenneth M. Golden is a Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Utah. His scientific interests lie in sea ice, climate, composite materials, percolation theory, statistical physics, diffusion processes, and inverse problems. He has published papers in journals in mathematics, physics, geophysics, oceanography, ecology, remote sensing, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and biomechanics, and given over 400 invited lectures on six continents, including three presentations in the US Congress. Golden has journeyed seven times to Antarctica and eleven times to the Arctic to study sea ice. In 2011, he was selected as a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics for "extraordinary interdisciplinary work on the mathematics of sea ice," and in 2013 he was an Inaugural Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. Professor Golden received the University of Utah's highest award for teaching in 2007 and for research in 2012.
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When Machine Learning Meets Robust Optimization: Data-driven Adaptive Robust Optimization Models, Algorithms & Applications
In this presentation, we will introduce a novel data-driven adaptive robust optimization framework that organically integrate machine learning techniques with optimization under uncertainty methods. We first propose a data-driven nonparametric uncertainty model could automatically adjust its complexity based on the data structure and complexity, thus accurately capturing the uncertainty information. The machine learning model is seamlessly integrated with adaptive robust optimization approach through a novel multi-level optimization framework. This framework explicitly accounts for the correlation, asymmetry and multimode of uncertainty data, so it generates less conservative solutions than conventional robust optimization approaches. Additionally, the proposed framework is robust not only to parameter variations, but also to data outliers. The data-driven adaptive robust optimization framework is further extended to systematically and automatically handle labeled multi-class uncertainty data through a stochastic robust optimization approach. The resulting optimization framework has a bi-level structure: The outer optimization problem follows a two-stage stochastic programming approach to optimize the expected objective across different classes of data; robust optimization is nested as the inner problem to ensure the robustness of the solution while maintaining computational tractability. Tailored column-and-constraint generation algorithms are further developed to solve the resulting multi-level optimization problem efficiently. Applications to short-term scheduling of batch processes and strategic planning of process networks are presented to demonstrate the applicability of the proposed frameworks and effectiveness of the solution algorithm.
Biography:
Fengqi You is the Roxanne E. and Michael J. Zak Professor at Cornell University, and is affiliated with Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Operations Research and Information Engineering Field, Center of Applied Mathematics, and Systems Engineering Program. He earned a B.Eng. from Tsinghua University and received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University. He served on the faculty of Northwestern University from 2011 to 2016, and worked at Argonne National Laboratory as an Argonne Scholar from 2009 to 2011. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles in leading journals, and has an h-index of 40. Some of his research results have been editorially highlighted in Nature, featured on journal covers (e.g. Energy & Environmental Science, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, and Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research), and covered by major media outlets (e.g. The New York Times, BBC, BusinessWeek, and National Geographic). His recent awards (in the past five years) include Northwestern-Argonne Early Career Investigator Award (2013), National Science Foundation CAREER Award (2016), AIChE Environmental Division Early Career Award (2017), AIChE Sustainable Engineering Research Excellence Award (2017), and ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship Award (2018), as well as a number of best paper awards and most-cited article recognitions. He is currently an Associate Editor of Computers & Chemical Engineering, a Consulting Editor of AIChE Journal, and an editorial board member of several journals (e.g. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering). His research focuses on the development of novel computational models, optimization algorithms, statistical machine learning methods, and systems analysis tools for process manufacturing, smart agriculture, energy systems, and sustainability. See https://apmonitor.com/wiki/uploads/Main/2017_09_Fengqi_You.pdf Presentation recorded with WebEx.

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UTRC CDS Invited Lecture: Javad Lavaei "Graph-Theoretic Convexification of Polynomial Optimization"
Friday, November 18, 2016
10:00 a.m.
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Graph-Theoretic Convexification of Polynomial Optimization Problems with Applications to Power Systems and Distributed Control
Javad Lavaei
Assistant Professor
Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
University of California, Berkeley
Abstract
The area of polynomial optimization has been actively studied in computer science, operations research, applied mathematics and engineering, where the goal is to find a high-quality solution using an efficient computational method. This area has attracted much attention in the control community since several long-standing control problems could be converted to polynomial optimization problems. The current researches on this area have been mostly focused on various important questions: i) how does the underlying structure of an optimization problem affect its complexity? Ii) how does sparsity help? iii) how to find a near globally optimal solution whenever it is hard to find a global minimum? iv) how to design an efficient numerical algorithm for large-scale non-convex optimization problems? v) how to deal with problems with a mix of continuous and discrete variables? In this talk, we will develop a unified mathematical framework to study the above problems. Our framework rests on recent advances in graph theory and optimization, including the notions of OS-vertex sequence and treewidth, matrix completion, semidefinite programming, and low-rank optimization. We will also apply our results to two areas of power systems and distributed control. In particular, we will discuss how our results could be used to address several hard problems for power systems such as optimal power flow (OPF), security-constrained OPF, state estimation, and unit commitment.
Biography
Javad Lavaei is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at University of California, Berkeley. He was an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering at Columbia University from 2012 to 2015. He received the Ph.D. degree in Control & Dynamical Systems from the California Institute of Technology in 2011, and was a postdoctoral scholar in Electrical Engineering and Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford University for one year. He is the recipient of the Milton and Francis Clauser Doctoral Prize for the best university-wide Ph.D. thesis, entitled "Large-Scale Complex Systems: From Antenna Circuits to Power Grids". He researches on optimization theory, control theory and power systems. He has won several awards, including DARPA Young Faculty Award, Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award, National Science Foundation CAREER Award, Resonate Award, Google Faculty Research Award, Governor General of Canada Academic Gold Medal, Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools Master's Thesis Award, and Silver Medal in the 1999 International Mathematical Olympiad. Javad Lavaei is an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid and serves on the conference editorial board of IEEE Control Systems Society and European Control Association. He was a finalist (as an advisor) for the Best Student Paper Award at the 53rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control 2014. His journal paper entitled "Zero Duality Gap in Optimal Power Flow Problem" has received a prize paper award given by the IEEE PES Power System Analysis Computing and Economics Committee in 2015. He is a co-recipient of the 2015 INFORMS Optimization Society Prize for Young Researchers, and the recipient of the 2016 Donald P. Eckman Award given by the American Automatic Control Council.

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Aims and Scope:
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The International Journal of Control Theory and Computer Modelling (IJCTCM) is a bi-monthly open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Control Theory and Computer Modelling. The journal focuses on all technical and practical aspects of Control Theory and Computer Modelling. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on advanced control engineering and modeling concepts and establishing new collaborations in these areas.
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I'm Philip Emeagwali at http://emeagwali.com. My discovery of practical parallel processing for new supercomputers put me in the news headlines and in the June 20, 1990 issue of the Wall Street Journal. I was the cover story of the June 1990 issue of the SIAM News. The SIAM News is the top mathematics publication and is published by the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics. The cover stories in the SIAM News report new inventions in mathematics and they are written by research mathematicians and written for research mathematicians. In the cover story of the SIAM News of June 1990, it was reported that I—Philip Emeagwali—
had mathematically invented
how to solve the toughest problems
arising in modern calculus
and arising in extreme-scale algebra
and invented how to solve them across
a new ensemble of 65,536
commonly available processors.
I invented
how to use that new supercomputer
to solve many problems at once
and to solve the largest-scaled problems
arising in modern algebra.
6.1.6 Contributions of Philip Emeagwali to Physics
On the Fourth of July 1989,
the state-of-the-art of that toughest problem in modern algebra
was a system of 24 million equations
of algebra
that arose from
my finite difference discretizations
of a system of partial differential equations
that I invented
that mathematically encoded
a set of laws of physics
that governs
the subterranean motions of crude oil, injected water, and natural gas
that flows one mile-deep
underneath the surface of the Earth
and that flows from water injection wells
towards
crude oil and natural gas production wells.
I visualized my new instrument
of computational physics
as a new internet
that I defined
as my new global network
of 65,536 tightly-coupled
commodity-off-the-shelf processors
with each processor
operating its own operating system
and with each processor
having its own dedicated memory
that shared nothing with each other.
I visualized my new internet
as a new instrument
for solving
the most extreme-scaled
problems arising in algebra
and for solving them
as one seamless, cohesive unit
that is a new supercomputer de facto.
The defining feature
of my invention
of that new internet
was that the new technology
enabled me to compute synchronously
and to communicate automatically
and to do so via emails
that I sent to and received from
two-to-power-sixteen
sixteen-bit long email addresses.
Each of my 64 binary thousand
email addresses
had no @ sign or dot com suffix.
6.1.7 Sometimes, the Impossible is Possible
Back in 1989,
no author of any mathematics textbook
understood the concept of
solving many problems at once,
or in parallel.
Back in 1989,
Seymour Cray
was the spokesman
for the supercomputer community.
If Seymour Cray’s granddaughter
came to him for help
with her homework assignment
on how to solve
many mathematical problems at once,
Seymour Cray
would not have been able
to help her
to solve her problem in parallel.
The reason was that Seymour Cray
ardently believed that
the supercomputer technology
that I invented
that enables parallel processing across
my ensemble of 65,536
tightly-coupled processors
was impossible and science fiction.
53.3.2 Supercomputing the Motions of a Tennis Ball
I discovered that I recuperated faster
when I played tennis
in the late afternoon.
And that I recuperated slower
when I did not play tennis
but instead
watched television in the evening.
In the late 1970s,
I recuperated with three to five sets
of tennis games
at the Banneker Recreation Center
Tennis Courts
that was named after
Benjamin Banneker
and that was across the street
from and between
the School of Engineering
of Howard University
and Benjamin Banneker High School,
Washington, DC.
Benjamin Banneker
was the prominent
black American mathematician
of Senegalese ancestry.
Benjamin Banneker
was extolled as a “scientific genius”
by both Thomas Jefferson
and the French Academy of Sciences.
Benjamin Banneker
was on a US postage stamp
and is the subject of school reports.
Benjamin Banneker
famously and politely challenged Thomas Jefferson
by famously writing that:
[quote]
“The colour of the skin
is in no way connected
with strength of the mind
or intellectual powers.”
[unquote]
In the summer of 1977,
I was twenty-two years old
and hanging around
Charles Drew dormitory
of Howard University,
Washington, D.C., and doing so
without realizing that
53.3.3 Crossing Paths With Benjamin Banneker
It seems surreal
and a strange coincidence
that I followed the footsteps
of Benjamin Banneker
even though he was born
two centuries,
two decades, and three years
before I was born.
Philip Emeagwali Lecture 180912. A Black Mathematician's Contributions to Mathematics.
Why is Philip Emeagwali Famous?

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Turbulent air flow within the campus of TU Delft / Numerical (CFD) Simulations.
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The nine partial differential equations that I invented had their origins in the motions of crude oil, injected water, and natural gas. That crude oil and natural gas flow one mile deep inside the production oil field that is the size of a town. The Philip Emeagwali Equations are not science fiction equations. The Philip Emeagwali Equations are partial differential equations that were validated by experiments and physical observations. In a manner of speaking, the Philip Emeagwali Equations are mathematical caricatures of the production oil and gas fields that it governs.
I am the research computational mathematician
that discovered
how to express in calculus terms,
called partial derivatives,
and express the motions
of crude oil, injected water,
and natural gas
that were flowing across
a production oil field.
The nine partial differential equations
that I contributed to calculus
are at the mathematical foundation
of the extreme-scaled
parallel processed computational physics
that completely describes
the motions of crude oil, injected water, and natural gas
that flowed one mile deep
inside the petroleum reservoir.
That hindcasting of fluid motions
helps the petroleum engineer discover and recover
otherwise elusive crude oil
and natural gas.
That supercomputer solution
that is executed across
millions upon millions of processors
describes the flow patterns
of the crude oil, injected water,
and natural gas
that is flowing one mile deep
inside the oilfield.
As an aside and as a fun fact,
I have a famous photograph
of myself
with the partial differential equations
used in real-world petroleum reservoir simulations
that I scribbled on a green board
that was in the background.
That photograph has been reproduced
in postage stamps and videos
and is widely reprinted
in school textbooks and reports.
That photograph
was taken on May 9, 1996
within the Science Museum of Minnesota
at Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States.
The partial differential equations
that I scribbled on that green board
were the pressure
and the saturation equations
that governed
the petroleum reservoir simulator
that was used by Exxon Corporation,
back in the early 1980s.
It’s amusing that those pressure
and saturation equations
were inadvertently reprinted
in textbooks for twelve-year-olds.
Those equations were over the head
of any calculus teacher
and research mathematician.
Even the most knowledge teacher
of mathematics or physics
or computer science
could not explain what those
partial differential equations meant
and, most importantly, could not explain how to parallel process
and how to solve them
at the world’s fastest
supercomputer speeds.
Nor can they describe
how I discovered critical errors
in those partial differential equations,
as reproduced in textbooks.
Nor can they describe
how I reformulated them
as the governing equations
of an initial-boundary value problem
that I parallel processed across
my new internet
that was my new global network of
64 binary thousand processors.
20.6.3 Contributions of Philip Emeagwali to Mathematics
My contributions to mathematics
and physics are these:
I discovered and corrected
nine serious errors
in the mathematical physics textbooks
that were used to discover and recover
otherwise elusive crude oil
and natural gas.
These errors were the cover story
of the May 1990 issue
of the SIAM News.
The SIAM News is where
any of the one million mathematicians
in the whole world
go to learn the newest algebra
or to learn the newest calculus
that has been added
into the body of mathematical knowledge and that will appear
in future mathematics textbooks.
20.7.1 What is Philip Emeagwali Famous For?
What is Philip Emeagwali
famous for?
In 1989 and thereafter,
I was in the news headlines because
I was the first full-time
massively parallel processing
supercomputer scientist
to figure out how to solve
the grand challenge problems
arising in mathematical physics
and figure out how to solve them
at the fastest speeds in supercomputing.
That contribution
to the development of the computer
was the reason
I was in the news headlines
and the subject of school reports
since 1989.
I was the first person to deliver
a complete set of lectures
on the massively parallel supercomputer
that was the precursor
to all modern supercomputers.
After the invention
of practical parallel processing,
the vector processing technology
that previously powered
every supercomputer
became a non-factor
in the manufacture of supercomputers.
Thank you.
I’m Philip Emeagwali
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I'm Philip Emeagwali. The modern calculus is a tool that enables the mind to go where the eyes cannot see. Between the ancient laws of physics and the modern laws of computing, the partial differential equation of calculus is the pink elephant in the room. Calculus is the uncle nobody in the family wants to talk about. In 1989, I was in the news for mathematically discovering how to solve the toughest mathematical problems arising as the partial differential equations of modern calculus. I was also in the news for computationally discovering how to solve the largest system of equations
of algebra
that approximated that said
partial differential equations
of modern calculus.
I was also in the news
for experimentally discovering
how to solve the companion
initial-boundary value problems
and how to solve them
at the fastest speeds
and solve them across
a new internet
that I visualized
as my new global network of
64 binary thousand
tightly-coupled processors
that shared nothing between each other.
I visualized my new global network
of processors
as married together
by one binary million email wires
and married together
as one cohesive unit
that is my new supercomputer de facto.
I began my mathematical quest
by inventing nine
partial differential equations
of modern calculus.
My contributions to modern mathematics
was the cover story
of the May 1990 issue
of the SIAM News.
The SIAM News
is the top publication
for research mathematicians.
The SIAM News
is where newly discovered mathematics
is written by research mathematicians
for research mathematicians.
The SIAM News
is published by the Society of
Industrial and Applied Mathematics
that is the premier society
for research mathematicians.
The mathematical discovery
that became the cover story
of the bi-monthly SIAM News
is to the research mathematician
what the cover
of Sports Illustrated magazine
is to the super model.
My cover story in the SIAM News
was akin to being inducted
into the Hall of Fame of mathematics.
I invented my nine
partial differential equations
of modern calculus
and I invented those equations from
the basic principle
called the Second Law of Motion
of physics.
The reason the geophysics origin
of my mathematical invention
should not come as a surprise
was that
the partial differential equations
of modern calculus
always arises from real-world problems.
My nine partial differential equations
arose from the problem of
using the excruciatingly-detailed petroleum reservoir simulator
and using that code
to recover otherwise unrecoverable
crude oil and natural gas
that are flowing a mile-deep
inside the Niger-Delta oilfields
of southeastern Nigeria.
The reason I invented
the Philip Emeagwali’s equations
and invented them from first principles
is that the Second Law of Motion
of physics
is assumed to be self-evident.
The Second Law of Motion
of physics
that was discovered
three centuries and three decades ago
is my starting point
and the physical foundation
of my contributions
to modern calculus
and extreme-scale algebra.
The reason
I was able to make that contribution
to calculus and algebra
was that I am a polymath,
not a mathematician per se.
Any research mathematician
who is not a polymath
and who is not at home
at the frontiers of knowledge
in physics and computer science
can only use, say,
the ordinary differential equations
of calculus
and use them
as both his starting and ending points.
I was a polymath
and a product of the 1970s and ‘80s
who simultaneously conducted research across the frontiers of physics, mathematics, and computing.
I began my mathematical quest
for the fastest supercomputer
on Thursday June 20, 1974
at 1800 SW Campus Way,
Corvallis, Oregon, United States.
I began my quest
on the first supercomputer
in the world
to be rated at
one million instructions per second.
I ended my quest
on Tuesday the Fourth of July 1989
in Los Alamos, New Mexico,
United States
and on the pre-cursor
to the modern supercomputer.
The partial differential equation
of modern calculus
was the common denominator
between that first supercomputer
and the modern supercomputer.
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Pool Accessary Options. Types of Pool Water Sanitation. There are a variety of pool water treatment options beyond the traditional chlorine, although it remains the most popular option. Chlorine is added to a pool to combat algae or other bacteria that can gather in the water. Chlorinated water relies on a proper pH balance to prevent an overly chemical-smelling pool. While saline pools, also known as saltwater pools, are not chlorine-free, they consist of a salt-chlorine generator that produces lower levels of chlorine. Mineral water pools are chlorine-free and use disinfecting minerals to prevent bacteria and algae. Pool Maintenance.