IFIP/WG2.5
Workshop on current directions
in numerical software
and high performance computing


Kyoto International Community House
2-1 Awataguchi Torii-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
Oct. 19--20, 1995


JAPANESE Version is HERE / 日本語版はこちら

Electronic Proceedings are now available!


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WORKSHOP PROGRAM:

Thursday, October 19

Morning session (Chairman: Shimasaki, Kyushu University)

9.20-10.00 Bo Einarsson (Linköping University, Sweden) Mixed Language Programming. Part 4, Mixing ANSI-C with Fortran 77 or Fortran 90 10.00-10.40 Tetsuro Yamamoto (Ehime University) Nonlinear SOR-like Methods and their Applications Break (Refreshments) 11.10-11.50 Ulrich Kulisch (Universitat Karlsruhe, Germany) A New Vector Arithmetic Coprocessor Chip for the PC 11.50-12.30 Mitsuhiro Nakao (Kyushu University) Guaranteed Error Bounds for the Finite Element Solutions of Elliptic Partial Differential Equations Lunch (on your own) (There is the restaurant `Ancienne Ville' within the same building.)

Afternoon session (Chairman: Gaffney, Bergen Software Services International, Norway)

1.30-2.10 John Rice (Purdue University, U.S.A.) Problem Solving Environments for Scientific Computing 2.10-2.50 Kokichi Sugihara (University of Tokyo) Combinatorial Abstraction --- A New Paradigm for Robust Geometric Computation Break (Refreshments) 3.20-4.00 Wayne Enright (University of Toronto, Canada) Reliable Error Control for ODE Methods 4.00-4.40 Shun Doi, Hideo Fujio, and Kouta Sugihara (NEC C&C Research Laboratories) FEEL: A Simulation Language for Finite Element Analysis 4.40-5.20 David Gay and Eric Grosse (AT&T, U.S.A.) d1mach revisited : no more uncommenting DATA statements 6.00- Dinner party at Reception Room

Friday, October 20

Morning session (Chairman: Grosse, AT&T, U.S.A.)

9.20-10.00 Brian Ford (NAG, U.K.) The New NAG Numerical PVM Library (or A New Parallel Numerical Library Based on PVM) 10.00-10.40 Takaaki Nishida (Kyoto University) Bifurcation Problems for Equations of Fluid Dynamics and Computer Assisted Proof Break (Refreshments) 11.10-11.50 Hans Stetter (Technische Universitat Wien, Austria) The Use of Algebraic Algorithms in Scientific Computing 11.50-12.30 Seiji Fujino (Hiroshima City University) High-Order Difference Schemes by Modification of the Right-Hand Side of 3D Poisson's Equation to Parallel Computations Lunch (on your own)

Afternoon session (Chairman: Yamamoto, Ehime University)

1.30-2.10 M.A. Vouk, R. Balay, and J. Amborosiano (North Carolina State University, U.S.A.) EDSS - An Environment for Large-Scale Numerical Computing and Decision Making 2.10-2.50 Kohshi Okumura (Kyoto University) On the Applications of Interval Arithmetic Electrical Network Analysis Break (Refreshments) 3.20-4.00 John Reid (Rutherford Appleton Lab., U.K.) Exception Handling in Fortran (presented by Bo Einarsson) 4.00-4.40 Y. Okabe, M. Nakamura, and T. Tsuda (Kyoto University) New Fast Algorithms for First-Order Linear Recurrences on Vector Computers

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