CURRICULUM VITAE :   GILBERT STRANG

Work:     Room 2--240, M.I.T.
Cambridge MA 02139
Phone:   617--253--4383
Fax:   617--253--4358
e-mail:   gs@math.mit.edu
URL:   http://math.mit.edu/~gs

Home: 7 Southgate Road
Wellesley MA 02482
Phone:   781--235--9537


EDUCATION

  1. 1952--1955 William Barton Rogers Scholar, M.I.T. (S.B. 1955)

  2. 1955--1957 Rhodes Scholar, Oxford University (B.A., M.A. 1957)

  3. 1957--1959 NSF Fellow, UCLA (Ph.D. 1959)


POSITIONS HELD

  1. 1959--1961 C.L.E. Moore Instructor, M.I.T.

  2. 1961--1962 NATO Postdoctoral Fellow, Oxford University

  3. 1962--1964 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, M.I.T.

  4. 1964--1970 Associate Professor of Mathematics, M.I.T.

  5. 1970-- Professor of Mathematics, M.I.T.


AWARDS AND DUTIES

  1. Alfred P. Sloan Fellow (1966--1967)

  2. Chairman, M.I.T. Committee on Pure Mathematics (1975--1979)

  3. Chauvenet Prize, Mathematical Association of America (1976)

  4. Council, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (1977--1982)

  5. NSF Advisory Panel on Mathematics (1977--1980) (Chairman 1979--1980)

  6. CUPM Subcommittee on Calculus (1979--1981)

  7. Fairchild Scholar, California Institute of Technology (1980--1981)

  8. Honorary Professor, Xian Jiaotong University, China (1980)

  9. American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1985)

  10. Taft Lecturer, University of Cincinnati (1977)

  11. Gergen Lecturer, Duke University (1983)

  12. Lonseth Lecturer, Oregon State University (1987)

  13. Magnus Lecturer, Colorado State University (2000)

  14. Blumberg Lecturer, University of Texas (2001)

  15. AMS-SIAM Committee on Applied Mathematics (1990--1992)

  16. Vice President for Education, SIAM (1991--1996)

  17. MAA Science Policy Committee (1992--1995)

  18. Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics, MAA (1993--1996)

  19. President of SIAM (1999-2000)

  20. Chair, Joint Policy Board for Mathematics (1999)

  21. Chair, SIAM Committee on Science Policy (2001--2002)

  22. Honorary Fellow, Balliol College, Oxford (1999)

  23. Honorary Member, Irish Mathematical Society (2002)

  24. US National Committee on Mathematics (2001--2004, Chair 2003--2004)

  25. Award for Distinguished Service to the Profession, SIAM (2003)

  26. Graduate School Teaching Award, MIT (2003)

  27. Abel Prize Committe, Oslo (2003--2005)

  28. Von Neumann Prize Medal, US Association for Computational Mechanics (2005)

  29. Ford Prize for "Pascal Matrices" with Alan Edelman, Mathematical Association of America (2005)

  30. Distinguished University Teacher of Mathematics, New England Section, Mathematical Association of America (2006)

  31. Franklin and Deborah Tepper Haimo Prize, MAA (2006)

  32. Su Buchin Prize, International Congress of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM, Zurich, 2007)

  33. Henrici Prize (ICIAM, Zurich, 2007)

  34. National Academy of Sciences (2009)

  35. Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Toulouse (2010)


JOURNAL EDITOR

  1. Numerische Mathematik (Honorary Editor from 1996)

  2. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering

  3. Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis (to 1990)

  4. Studies in Applied Mathematics

  5. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (to 2004)

  6. SIAM Journal of Numerical Analysis (to 1977)

  7. Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization

  8. Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena (to 1986)

  9. Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering

  10. SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications (to 1993)

  11. Acta Applicandae Mathematicae

  12. Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society (to 1993)

  13. Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

  14. Japan Journal of Applied Mathematics

  15. Structural Optimization

  16. Royal Society of Edinburgh, Proceedings A

  17. Computational Optimization and Applications

  18. SIAM Review (to 2001)

  19. COSMOS, National University of Singapore

  20. Numerical Algorithms (to 2004)

  21. Communications in Information and Systems

  22. International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science

  23. Communications in Information and Systems

  24. International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science


BOOKS (with Russian, Japanese and Chinese translations of the first two):

  1. An Analysis of the Finite Element Method, with George Fix, Prentice-Hall (1973). Second Edition, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (2008).

  2. Linear Algebra and Its Applications, Academic Press (1976). Second edition: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1980). Third edition: Brooks/Cole (1988). Fourth edition: Brooks/Cole (2006).

  3. Introduction to Applied Mathematics, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (1986).

  4. Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations in Applied Science, H. Fujita, P. Lax, G. Strang, editors, Lecture Notes in Numerical and Applied Analysis 5, Kinokuniya/North Holland (1982).

  5. Topics in Nonsmooth Mechanics, J.J. Moreau, P.D. Panagiotopoulos, G. Strang, editors, Birkhauser (1988).

  6. Calculus, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (1991). Second Edition (2010).

  7. Introduction to Linear Algebra, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (1993). Second Edition (1998). Third Edition (2003). Fourth Edition (2009)

  8. Wavelets and Filter Banks, with Truong Nguyen, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (1996).

  9. Linear Algebra, Geodesy, and GPS, with Kai Borre, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (1997).

  10. Computational Science and Engineering, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (2007).

  11. Algorithms for Global Positioning, with Kai Borre, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (2011).

  12. Essays in Linear Algebra, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (2012).

  13. Differential Equations and Linear Algebra, Wellesley-Cambridge Press (2014).


VIDEO LECTURES (on MIT OpenCourseWAre) ocw.mit.edu

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  46. A minimax problem in plasticity theory, Functional Analysis Methods in Numerical Analysis, ed. M.Z. Nashed, Springer Lecture Notes 701 (1979) 319-333.

  47. A family of model problems in plasticity, Proc. Symp. Computing Methods in Applied Sciences, ed. R. Glowinski and J.L. Lions, Springer Lecture Notes 704 (1979) 292-308.

  48. The saddle point of a differential program, with H. Matthies and E.Christiansen, Energy Methods in Finite Element Analysis, ed. by R. Glowinski, E. Rodin, and O.C. Zienkiewicz, John Wiley (1979).

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  51. Spectral decomposition in advection-diffusion analysis by finite element methods, with R. Nickell and D. Gartling, Proc. FENOMECH Symp., Stuttgart (1978); Computer Methods in Appl. Mech. and Eng. 17 (1979) 561-580.

  52. Existence de solutions relaxées pour les équations de la plasticité, with R. Temam, Comptes Rendus Acad. Sc. Paris 287 (1978) 515-519.

  53. Functions of bounded deformation, with R. Temam, Arch. Rat. Mech. Anal. 75 (1980) 7-21.

  54. Numerical computations in nonlinear mechanics, with H. Matthies, Paper 79-PVP-103, Amer. Soc. Mech. Eng. (1979); Proceedings of the 4th Symposium on Computing Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, ed. R. Glowinski and J.L. Lions, 517-525, North-Holland (1980).

  55. Duality and relaxation in the variational problems of plasticity, with R. Temam, J. de Mécanique 19 (1980) 1-35.

  56. The quasi-Newton method in finite element calculations, Chapter 20 in Computational Methods in Nonlinear Mechanics, J.T. Oden, ed., North-Holland (1980).

  57. The application of quasi-Newton methods in fluid mechanics, with M. Engelman and K.J. Bathe, Int. J. Num. Meth. Eng. 17 (1981) 707-718.

  58. A problem in capillarity and plasticity, with R. Temam, Nondifferentiable and Variational Techniques in Optimization, D.C. Sorenson, R.J.B. Wets, eds., Mathematical Programming Study 17 (1982) 91-102.

  59. Optimal design for torsional rigidity, with R. Kohn, Proc. Int. Symp. on Mixed and Hybrid Finite Element Methods, Atlanta (1981).

  60. Optimal design of cylinders in shear, with R. Kohn, MAFELAP Conference, Brunel (1981).

  61. The width of a chair, American Math. Monthly 89 (1982) 529-534.

  62. Structural design optimization, homogenization, and relaxation of variational problems, with R. Kohn, Proceedings of Conference on Disordered Media, Lecture Notes in Physics 154, Springer-Verlag (1982) New York.

  63. Hencky-Prandtl nets and constrained Michell trusses, with R. Kohn, Conference on Optimum Structural Design, Tucson (1981), Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 36 (1983) 207-222.

  64. The optimal accuracy of difference schemes, with A. Iserles, Transactions Amer. Math. Soc. 277 (1983) 770-803.

  65. Duality in the classroom, American Math. Monthly 91 (1984) 250-254.

  66. Maximal flow through a domain, Mathematical Programming 26 (1983) 123-143.

  67. Barriers to stability, with A. Iserles, SIAM J. Numerical Analysis 20 (1983) 1251-1257.

  68. L^1 and L^infty and approximation of vector fields in the plane, ``Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations in Applied Science,'' H. Fujita, P. Lax, and G. Strang, eds., Lecture Notes in Num. Appl. Anal. 5 (1982) 273-288.

  69. Notes on softening and local instability, with M. Abdel-Naby, in ``Computational Aspects of Penetration Mechanics,'' Springer Lecture Notes in Engineering 3, J. Chandra and J. Flaherty, eds. (1983).

  70. A negative results for nonnegative matrices, Journal of Xian Jiaotong University 17 (1983) 69-72.

  71. Numerical and biological shape optimization, with A. Philpott, in ``Unification of Finite Element Methods,'' Math. Studies 94, H. Kardestuncer, ed., North-Holland (1984).

  72. Explicit relaxation of a variational problem in optimal design, with R. Kohn, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 9 (1983) 211-214.

  73. Optimal design and relaxation of variational problems, with R. Kohn, Communications on Pure and Appl. Math. 39 (1986) 113-137 (Part I), 139-182 (Part II), 353-377 (Part III).

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  75. The optimal design of a two-way conductor, with R. Kohn, in Nonsmooth Mechanics, P.D. Panagiotopoulos et al, eds., Birkhäuser (1987).

  76. Fibered structures in optimal design, with R. Kohn, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, B. Sleeman and R. Jarvis, eds., Pitman Research Notes 157, Longman (1987).

  77. Optimal design in elasticity and plasticity, with R. Kohn, Int. J. Numerical Meths. in Eng. 22 (1986) 183-188.

  78. A framework for equilibrium equations, SIAM Review 30 (1988) 283-297.

  79. Karmarkar's algorithm in a nutshell, SIAM News 18 (1985) 13.

  80. Karmarkar's algorithm and its place in applied mathematics, Math. Intelligencer 9 (1987) 4-10.

  81. A proposal for Toeplitz matrix calculations, Studies in Appl. Math. 74 (1986) 171-176.

  82. The Toeplitz-circulant eigenvalue problem Ax = lambda Cx, with A. Edelman, pp. 109-117 in Oakland Conf. on PDE's and Applied Mathematics, L. Bragg and J. Dettman, eds., Longman (1987).

  83. Patterns in linear algebra, American Math. Monthly 96 (1989) 105-117.

  84. Paradox lost: Natural boundary conditions in the Ritz- Galerkin method, with J. Storch, Int. J. Numerical Methods in Engineering 26 (1988) 2255-2266.

  85. Dual extremum principles in finite elastoplastic deformation, with Y. Gao, Acta Appl. Mathematicae 17 (1989) 257-268.

  86. Toeplitz equations by conjugate gradients with circulant preconditioner, with R. Chan, SIAM J. Sci. Stat. Comp. 10 (1989) 104-119.

  87. Geometric nonlinearity: Potential energy, complementary energy, and the gap function, with Y. Gao, Quarterly of Applied Mathematics 47 (1989) 487-504.

  88. Teaching modern engineering mathematics, Applied Mechanics Review 39 (1986) 1319-1321; SEFI Proceedings, L. Rade, ed., Chartwell-Bratt (1988).

  89. Sums and differences vs. integrals and derivatives, College Mathematics Journal 21 (1990) 20-27.

  90. Wavelets and dilation equations: A brief introduction, SIAM Review 31 (1989) 614-627.

  91. Inverse problems and derivatives of determinants, Archive Rational Mech. and Analysis 114 (1991) 255-265.

  92. A thousand points of light, with D. Hardin, Third Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (1990).

  93. A chaotic search for i, College Math. Journal 22 (1991) 3-12.

  94. The optimal coefficients in Daubechies wavelets, Physica D 60 (1992) 239-244.

  95. Polar area is the average of strip areas, Amer. Math. Monthly 100 (1993) 250-254.

  96. The fundamental theorem of linear algebra, Amer. Math. Monthly 100 (1993) 848-855.

  97. "Wavelet transforms versus Fourier transforms", Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 28 (1993) 288-305.

  98. Graphs, matrices, and subspaces, College Math. Journal 24 (1993) 20-28.

  99. The asymptotic probability of a tie for first place, with B. Eisenberg and G. Stengle, Annals of Applied Probability 3 (1993) 731-745.

  100. Continuity of the joint spectral radius: Applications to wavelets, with C. Heil, Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, A. Bojanczyk and G. Cybenko, eds., IMA 69 (1994) Springer-Verlag.

  101. Convolution, reconstruction, and wavelets, Advances in Computational Mathematics: New Delhi, H.P. Dikshit and C.A. Micchelli, eds. (1994), World Scientific Publishing.

  102. Short wavelets and matrix dilation equations, with V. Strela, IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing 43 (1995) 108-115.

  103. Orthogonal multiwavelets with vanishing moments, with V. Strela, Proc. SPIE Conference on Mathematics of Imaging, J. Optical Eng. 33 (1994) 2104-2107.

  104. Wavelets, American Scientist 82 (1994) 250-255.

  105. Every unit matrix is a LULU, Linear Algebra and Its Applications 265 (1997) 165-172.

  106. Finite element multiwavelets, with V. Strela, Proc. Maratea NATO Conference, Kluwer (1995).

  107. Approximation by translates of refinable functions, with C. Heil and V. Strela, Numerische Mathematik 73 (1996) 75-94.

  108. The cascade algorithm for the dilation equation, Proc. Argonne Conference on Wavelets (1994).

  109. Eigenvalues (downarrow 2) and convergence of the cascade algorithm, IEEE Trans. Signal Processing 44 (1996) 233-238.

  110. The applications of multiwavelet filter banks to image processing, with P. Heller, V. Strela, P. Topiwala, and C. Heil, IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 8 (1999) 548-563.

  111. Asymptotic analysis of Daubechies polynomials, with Jianhong Shen, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 124 (1996) 3819-3833.

  112. Biorthogonal multiwavelets and finite elements, with V. Strela, preprint (1996).

  113. Condition numbers for wavelets and filter banks, Computational and Appl. Math. (Brasil) 15 (1996) 161-179.

  114. Eigenvalues of Toeplitz matrices with 1 x 2 blocks, Zeit. Angew. Math. Mech. 76 (1996) 37-39.

  115. Asymptotic structures of Daubechies scaling functions and wavelets, with Jianhong Shen, Appl. and Comp. Harmonic Analysis 5 (1998) 312-331.

  116. Wavelets from filter banks, The Mathematics of Numerical Analysis AMS-SIAM Park City Symposium, J. Renegar, M. Shub, and S. Smale, eds. (1996), 765-806.

  117. Filter banks and wavelets, in Wavelets: Theory and Applications, G. Erlebacher, M. Y. Hussaini, L. Jameson, eds., Oxford Univ. Press (1996).

  118. Creating and comparing wavelets, Numerical Analysis: A. R. Mitchell Anniversary Volume, D. Griffiths, ed. (1996).

  119. Writing about mathematics, SIAM News , (June 1996).

  120. The mathematics of GPS, SIAM News , (June 1997).

  121. Wavelets, Iterative Methods in Scientific Computing, pp. 59-110, R. Chan, T. Chan and G. Golub, eds., Springer (1997).

  122. The first moment of wavelet random variables, with Y. Ma and B. Vidakovic, preprint (1997).

  123. The search for a good basis, Numerical Analysis 1997, D. Griffiths, D. Higham, and A. Watson, eds., Addison Wesley Longman (1997).

  124. The asymptotics of optimal (equiripple) filters, with Jianhong Shen, IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing 47 (1999) 1087-1098.

  125. Inhomogeneous refinement equations, with Ding-Xuan Zhou, J.  Fourier Analysis and Applications 4 (1998) 733-747.

  126. Autocorrelation functions in GPS data processing: modeling aspects, with Kai Borre, ION Conference (1997).

  127. A linear algebraic representation of the double entry accounting system, with A. Arya, J. Fellingham, J. Glover, and D. Schroeder, Manuscript (1998).

  128. The discrete cosine transform, block Toeplitz matrices, and filter banks, Computational Mathematics, Shen, C. Micchelli, J. Xu, eds. Marcel Dekker (1998).

  129. The discrete cosine transform, SIAM Review 41 (1999) 135-147.

  130. The limits of refinable functions, with Ding-Xuan Zhou, Trans. American Math. Soc 353 (2001) 1971-1984.

  131. The potential theory of several intervals and its applications, with J. Shen and A. Wathen, Appl. Math. Opt. 44 (2001) 67-85.

  132. Row reduction of a matrix and A = CaB, with S. Lee, American Mathematical Monthly 107 (2000) 681-688.

  133. On wavelet fundamental solutions to the heat equation: Heatlets, with J. Shen, J. Differential Eqns. 161 (2000) 403-421.

  134. Compactly supported refinable functions with infinite masks, with V. Strela and Ding-Xuan Zhou, in The Functional and Harmonic Analysis of Wavelets and Frames, L.Baggett and D.Larson, eds., American Math. Soc. Contemporary Mathematics 247 (1999) 285-296.

  135. Trees with Cantor eigenvalue distribution, with Li He and Xiangwei Liu, Studies in Applied Mathematics 110 (2003) 123-136.

  136. Eigenstructures of spatial design matrices, with D. Gorsich and M. Genton, J. Multivariate Analysis 80 (2002) 138-165.

  137. On the factorization of M-channel paraunitary filter banks, with X.Q. Gao and T. Nguyen, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 49 (2001) 1433-1446.

  138. Detection and short-term prediction of epileptic seizures from the EEG signal by wavelet analysis and gaussian mixture model, with Lingmin Meng, Mark Frei, Ivan Osorio, and Truong Nguyen, Medical Eng. and Physics (2004).

  139. Laplacian eigenvalues of growing tees, with Li He and Xiangwei Liu, Proc. Conf. on Math. Theory of Networks and Systems, Perpignan (2000)

  140. Teaching and learning on the Internet, Mathematical Association of America, (2001)

  141. The joint spectral radius, Commentary on paper # 5 , Collected Works of Gian-Carlo Rota (2001).

  142. Localized eigenvectors from widely spaced matrix modifications, with Xiangwei Liu and Susan Ott, SIAM J. Discrete Math 16 (2003) 479-498.

  143. IMACS Matrices, Proceedings of 16th IMACS World Congress (2000).

  144. Signal processing for everyone, Computational Mathematics Driven by Industrial Problems , Springer Lecture Notes in Mathematics 1739 , V. Capasso, H. Engl, and J. Periaux, eds. (2000).

  145. A study of two-channel complex-valued filter banks and wavelets with orthogonality and symmetry properties, with X.Q. Gao and T. Nguyen, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 50 (2002) 824-833.

  146. Binomial matrices, with G. Boyd, C. Micchelli, and D.X. Zhou, Advances in Computational Mathematics , 14 (2001) 379-391.

  147. Block tridiagonal matrices and the Kalman filter, Wavelet Analysis: Twenty Years Developments, D.X. Zhou, ed., World Scientific Press (2002).

  148. Smoothing by Savitzky-Golay and Legendre filters, with Per-Olof Persson, in Mathematical Systems Theory , IMA Vol. 134, J. Rosenthal and D. Gilliam, eds., Springer (2002).

  149. Too Much Calculus, SIAM Linear Algebra Activity Group Newsletter (2002); web.mit.edu/18.06.

  150. Pascal matrices, with Alan Edelman, American Math. Monthly, 111 (2004) 189-197.

  151. The Laplacian eigenvalues of a polygon, with Pavel Grinfeld, Computers and Mathematics with Applications 48 (2004) 1121-1133.
  152. A simple mesh generator in MATLAB, with Per-Olof Persson, SIAM Review, 46 (2004). 329-345.

  153. The interplay of ranks of submatrices , with Tri Nguyen, SIAM Review 46 (2004) 637-646.

  154. Circuit simulation and moving mesh generation, with Per-Olof Persson, Proceedings Int. Symp. Comm. & Inf. Technology (ISCIT), Sapporo (2004).

  155. Linear algebra: A happy chance to apply mathematics, Proc. Int. Congress on Math. Education (ICME-10), Denmark (2004).

  156. Book review: The SIAM 100-digit Challenge, Science 307 (2005) 521-522.

  157. Peter Lax Wins Abel Prize, SIAM News 38 (2005).

  158. A Remarkable Eye for Out-of-the-Ordinary Mathematics (interview with L. Mahadevan), SIAM News 38 (2005).

  159. Matrices with prescribed Ritz values, with B. Parlett, Linear Algebra and Its Applications 428 (2008). 1725-1739.

  160. Maximum flows and minimum cuts in the plane, Journal of Global Optimization, (2008); also in Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics, Volume III, D. Gao and H. Sgerlai, eds. (2008).

  161. Maximum area with Minkowski measures of perimeter, Proc. Royal Soc. Edinburgh 138A (2008) 189-199.

  162. Starting With Two Matrices, (2008), Mathematics Magazine 82 (2009). 278-283.

  163. Optimal stability for trapezoidal-backward difference split-steps, with S. Dharmaraja and Y. Wang, IMA J. Numerical Analysis 30 (2010) 141-148.

  164. The Four Fundamental Subspaces: 4 Lines

  165. QR Decomposition: An Annotated Bibliography, with M.L.R. de Campos, Chapter 1 in QRD-RLS Adaptive Filtering, J. Apolinario, ed., Springer (2009).

  166. The Jordan forms of AB and BA, with Ross Lippert, Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra 18 (2009) 281-288.

  167. Laplace eigenvalues on regular polygons: A series in 1/N, with Pavel Grinfeld, J. Math. Analysis and Applications 385 (2012) 135-148.

  168. Green's matrices, with V. Olshevsky and P. Zhlobich, Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 432 (2010) 218-241.

  169. Random triangle theory with geometry and applications, with Alan Edelman, Foundations of Computational Mathematics, submitted.

  170. Proofs of the Spectral Theorem, with Alan Edelman, web.mit.edu/18.06

  171. "The Calculus of Friendship", book review, SIAM News 12/09.

  172. Fast transforms: Banded matrices with banded inverses, Proc. National Academy of Sciences 107 (#28) (2010) 12413-12416.

  173. Introducing ex, in A Century of Advancing Mathematics, MAA Centennial Volume, P. Zorn et al, eds. (2015).

  174. Groups of banded matrices with banded inverses, Proc. Amer. Math Soc. 139 (2011) 4255-4264.

  175. Permutations as products of parallel transpositions, with Chase Albert, Chi-Kwong Li and Gexin Yu, SIAM Journal of Discrete Mathematics 25 (2011) 1412-1417.

  176. Banded matrices with banded inverses and A = LPU, Proc. Fifth Intl. Congress of Chinese Mathematicians : ICCM2010, International Press and Amer. Math. Soc. (2012).

  177. Triangular factorizations: The algebra of elimination, in Excursions in Harmonic Analysis vol. 3, J. J. Benedetto et al., eds, Springer (2014).

  178. Balanced splitting and rebalanced splitting, with R. L. Speth, W. H. Green, and S. MacNamara, SIAM J. Numerical Analysis 56 (2013) 3084-3105.

  179. The main diagonal of a permutation matrix, with M. Lindner, Linear Algebra and Its Applications 439 (2013) 524-537.

  180. Symmetric elimination without pivoting, with P. Van Dooren, Linear Algebra and Its Applications 452 (2014) 40-45.

  181. Functions of difference matrices are Toeplitz plus Hankel, with S. MacNamara, SIAM Review 56 (2014) 525-546.

  182. Three steps on an open road, Inverse Problems and Imaging 7 (2013) 961-966.

  183. Operator splitting, with S. MacNamara, in Operator Splitting and Alternating Direction Methods, R. Glowinski, S. Osher and W. Yin, eds., to appear.

  184. Master equations, with S. MacNamara, to be submitted to SIAM News.

  185. The core ideas in our teaching, Notices of the American Mathematical Society (2014), to appear.

  186. Row rank equals column rank, to appear in Image (International Linear Algebra Society newsletter).

  187. Nice functions, manuscript.

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