**Aim and Scope **

** **The
aim of ICNAAM 2004 is to bring together leading scientists of the
international Numerical & Applied
Mathematics community and to attract original research papers of
very high quality.

The topics to be covered include (but are not limited to):

__All the research areas of Numerical Analysis and Computational
Mathematics__ (Numerical ODEs, Numerical PDEs (inc. BVPs),
Scientific Computing and Algorithms, Stochastic Differential Equations,
Approximation, Numerical Linear Algebra, Numerical Integral Equations,
Error Analysis and Interval Analysis, Difference Equations and Recurrence
Relations, Numerical problems in Dynamical Systems, Applications
to the Sciences (Computational Physics, Computational Statistics,
Computational Chemistry, Computational Engineering etc.), Differential
Algebraic Equations, Numerical methods in Fourier analysis etc)

__All the research areas of Applied Mathematics__ (Mathematical
Physics, Mathematical Chemistry, Mathematical Biology and Mathematical
Medicine, Optimization and Operational Research, Theoretical Mechanics,
Discrete Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Probability, Dynamical Systems,
Algorithms, Experimental Mathematics, Theoretical Computer Science,
Applied Analysis, Mathematical Modelling (including but not limited
to mathematical modelling of engineering and environmental processes,
manufacturing, and industrial systems, heat transfer, fluid mechanics,
CFD, and transport phenomena; solid mechanics and mechanics of metals;
electromagnets and MHD; reliability modelling and system optimization;
decision sciences in an industrial and manufacturing context; civil
engineering systems and structures; mineral and energy resources; relevant
software engineering issues associated with CAD and CAE; and materials
and metallurgical engineering, mathematical modelling of social, behavioral
and other sciences), Decomposition and Reconstruction Algorithms, Subdivision
Algorithms, Continuous and Discrete Wavelet Transform, Time-frequency
Localization, Phase-Space Analysis, Subband Coding, Image Compression,
Real-Time Filtering, Radar and Sonar Applications, Transient Analysis,
Medical Imaging, Multigrid Methods, Frames, Bifurcation and Singularity
Theory, Deterministic Chaos and Fractals, Soliton and Coherent Phenomena,
Formation of Pattern, Evolution, Complexity Theory and Neural Networks,
Analytical Approaches and Simulations for more Accurate Descriptions,
Predictions, Experimental Observations and Applications of Nonlinear
Phenomena in Science and Engineering, Theoretical and Applied aspects
of Computational Geometry, Control Theory and Automation, Fuzzy Sets
and Systems and Fuzzy Logic, Applied Algebra, Quality Theory of Differential
Equations, Neural
Networks , etc.)