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The 12th International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Applications to Business, Engineering and Science.

September 2nd - 4th, 2013.
Kingston University, London, UK.

Technical Sessions

UK Paliament House

Chair: Professor Tim Kelley, North Carolina State University, USA.
Proposal for organising Technical Sessions

Proposals are to be submitted through the Technical Sessions Chair, Professor Tim Kelley (ctk@ncsu.edu). Technical Sessions should include no more than 2 pages of A4 paper and the following information: name and postal and email addresses of the organiser, title of the Technical Session, a 200-word description of the topic of the Technical Session, and a list of speakers, including their names, affiliation and email addreses.

Speakers of Technical Sessions are required to submit their abstracts according to the above submission method.

Deadline for proposing Technical Sessions: 01 May 2013.

Technical Session 1: LMS Minisymposium on Advanced Decomposition Methods for Partial Differential Equations

Organisers: Prof. C.-H. Lai (C.H.Lai@gre.ac.uk), University of Greenwich, UK, Prof. T. Sheng (Qin_Sheng@baylor.edu), Baylor University, USA.

The object of this minisymposium is to examine advanced decomposition methods with respect to discretisation for evolution equations. Typically the equation being considered here is systems of parabolic equations with applications to transport phenomena, heat transfer models, micro heat transfer problems, financial and economic problems, and medical applications. The decomposition to be considered includes three different aspects, which include (1) spatial decomposition in the form of decoupling of the spatial axes, (2) temporal decomposition induced by transformation and Lie group, and (3) decomposition within micro-scale computational domains. All decomposition algorithms exploited at this minisymposium will be tested against modern parallel or distributed computer architectures in order to ensure efficient use of their computational capabilities.

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