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September 27, 2008

Bibliography

1
G. Haase.
Algebraic multigrid in a medical source identification problem.
Workshop on Fast Solvers for PDEs, Oberwolfach, June 2003.
2
G. Haase.
Algebraic multigrid in applications.
International Conference on Parallel Algorithms and Computing Environments (ICPACE), Chinese University of Hong Kong, Honk Kong, October 2003.
3
U. Langer.
Algebraic multigrid preconditioners for boundary element matrices.
Invited talk on the 11th GAMM-Workshop on ``Multigrid and Hierarchic Solution Techniques'', held in Leipzig, Germany, August 25 - 27, 2003 (joint talk with D. Pusch and S. Reitzinger), August 2003.
4
U. Langer.
Boundary and finite element tearing and interconnecting methods.
Invited talk on the 15th International Conference on ``Domain Decomposition Methods'' (DD15) held in Berlin, Germany, July 21 - 25, 2003 (joint talk with O. Steinbach), July 2003.
5
U. Langer.
Computational electromagnetics.
Three invited lectures on the IMAMM 2003 held in Roznov, Czech Republic, June 30 - July 4, 2003, July 2003.
6
U. Langer.
Coupled boundary and finite element tearing and interconnecting methods.
Invited talk on the 4th International Conference on ``Large-Scale Scientific Computations'' (LSSC'03) held in Sozopol, Bulgaria, June 4 - 6, 2003 (joint talk with O. Steinbach), June 2003.
7
U. Langer.
Sparse algebraic multigrid preconditioners and their use in boundary and finite element dd methods.
Invited talk on the 16th Chemnitz FEM Symposium 2003, held in Ehrenfriedersdorf (near Chemnitz), Germany, September 22 - 24, 2003 (joint talk with D. Pusch), September 2003.




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