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Issue No.06 - November/December (2007 vol.9)
pp: i1-i8
Published by the IEEE Computer Society
ABSTRACT
Computing in Science & Engineering's 2007 annual index includes a complete author index and a list of all articles and departments published this year. The PDF file is free, and all titles link to their IEEE Computer Society Digital Library abstracts. CiSE subscribers can also access the HTML file, which includes internal links for coauthors.

AUTHOR INDEX

A

Abdelguerfi, Mahdi, see Flanagin, Maik.

Akiba, Hiroshi, Kwan-Liu Ma, Jacqueline H. Chen, and Evatt R. Hawkes, " Visualizing Multivariate Volume Data from Turbulent Combustion Simulations," Mar./Apr., pp. 76–83.

Alber, Mark S., see Cickovski, Trevor.

Aras, Kedar, see Cickovski, Trevor.

Arriola, Leon M., and James M. Hyman, " Being Sensitive to Uncertainty," Mar./Apr., pp. 10–20.

Arunajadai, Natarajan, see Nandagopal, Mohankumar.

Avis, Nick J., see Grimstead, Ian J.

Ayars, Eric, " A Versatile Text for the Introductory Computational Physics Course," Nov./Dec., pp. 60–61.

B

Bäcker, Arnd, " Computational Physics Education with Python," May/June, pp. 30–33.

Bäcker, Arnd, " Quantum Chaos in Billiards," May/June, pp. 60–64.

Banks, David C., and Kevin Beason, " Fast Global Illumination for Visualizing Isosurfaces with a 3D Illumination Grid," Jan./Feb., pp. 48–54.

Barrett, Steven, see Dennin, Michael.

Beason, Kevin, see Banks, David C.

Beichl, Isabel, Dianne P. O'Leary, and Francis Sullivan, " Monte Carlo Minimization and Counting: One, Two, ..., Too Many," Jan./Feb., pp. 72–80.

Belloni, Mario, Wolfgang Christian, and Douglas Brown, " Open Source Physics Curricular Material for Quantum Mechanics," July/Aug., pp. 24–31.

Bera, Marco, see Danese, Giovanni.

Berry, Michael W., see Fuller, Michael M.

Berzins, Martin, Bradley A. Shadwick, and Denis Donnelly, " On the Role and Place of Computation in Science and Engineering," Jan./Feb., pp. 98–103.

Bettencourt, Matthew T., see Fleming, Timothy P.

Bhatt, Uma S., Jing Zhang, Craig S. Lingle, Lisa M. Phillips, and Wendell V. Tangborn, " Examining Glacier Mass Balances with a Hierarchical Modeling Approach," Mar./Apr., pp. 60–67.

Bienstman, Peter, Lieven Vanholme, Wim Bogaerts, Pieter Dumon, and Peter Vandersteegen, " Python in Nanophotonics Research," May/June, pp. 46–47.

Bogaerts, Wim, see Bienstman, Peter.

Book, Wayne J., see Krauss, Ryan W.

Bowers, Lester, see Fleming, Timothy P.

Brett, Matthew, see Millman, K. Jarrod.

Brown, Douglas, see Belloni, Mario.

Brunner, Robert J., see Kindratenko, Volodymyr V.

C

Callahan, Steven P., see Silva, Claudio T.

Campbell, Jr., Roy L., see Davis, Larry P.

Cartwright, Keith L., see Fleming, Timothy P.

Chang, Jian, see Yang, Xiaosong.

Chen, Jacqueline H., see Akiba, Hiroshi.

Chen, Jim X., and Tianyu Zhang, " Guest Editors' Introduction: Anatomic Rendering and Visualization," Jan./Feb., pp. 11–12.

Chen, Jim X., see Zhang, Tian-Yu.

Chi, Ming-Te, see Lee, Tong-Yee.

Chonacky, Norman, " Musings on a Metaphysics of Modeling," Sep./Oct., pp. 2–3.

Chonacky, Norman, " The Neutrino Strikes Again," Mar./Apr., pp. 2.

Chonacky, Norman, " The Past, Present, and Future," July/Aug., pp. 2–3.

Chonacky, Norman, " The Web: For Sharing or Snaring?," Nov./Dec., pp. 3–4.

Chonacky, Norman, " The Year that Was ... and Yet to Be," Jan./Feb., pp. 3–5.

Chonacky, Norman, " You're Recommending What?!," May/June, pp. 2.

Christian, Wolfgang, see Belloni, Mario.

Chun, Chen, see Qiang, Wang.

Cickovski, Trevor, Kedar Aras, Maciej Swat, Roeland M.H. Merks, Tilmann Glimm, H. George E. Hentschel, Mark S. Alber, James A. Glazier, Stuart A. Newman, and Jesus A. Izaguirre, " From Genes to Organisms Via the Cell: A Problem-Solving Environment for Multicellular Development," July/Aug., pp. 50–60.

Clement, Kinney, Jaclyn, see Maslowski, Wieslaw.

Cornette, James L., " Gauss-Vaníček and Fourier Transform Spectral Analyses of Marine Diversity," July/Aug., pp. 61–63.

Crooker, Scott A., see Kos, Šimon.

D

Dai, Pei-Dong, see Zhang, Tian-Yu.

Danese, Giovanni, Francesco Leporati, Marco Bera, Mauro Giachero, Nelson Nazzicari, and Alvaro Spelgatti, " An Accelerator for Physics Simulations," Sep./Oct., pp. 16–25.

Davis, Larry P., Roy L. Campbell Jr., William A. Ward Jr., and Cray J. Henry, " High-Performance Computing Acquisitions Based on the Factors that Matter," Nov./Dec., pp. 35–44.

Day, Charles, " The Computation of Poetry," Nov./Dec., pp. 96.

Day, Charles, " The Death of Distance Has Been Exaggerated," Jan./Feb., pp. 104.

Day, Charles, " Quantum Computing Is Exciting and Important--Really!," Mar./Apr., pp. 104.

Day, Charles, " When Bits Bite," July/Aug., pp. 96.

de Bruin, Alain, see Sharp, Richard P.

Decyk, Viktor K., Charles D. Norton, and Henry J. Gardner, " Why Fortran?," July/Aug., pp. 68–71.

Dennin, Michael, and Steven Barrett, " Turning Over a New Leaf," Nov./Dec., pp. 67–69.

Dieter, William R., and Henry G. Dietz, " Designing a Cluster for Your Application," July/Aug., pp. 72–79.

Dietz, Henry G., see Dieter, William R.

Donnelly, Denis, see Berzins, Martin.

Dubois, Paul F., " Career Contradictions," Nov./Dec., pp. 53–54.

Dubois, Paul F., " Customer Service Says the Darnedest Things," July/Aug., pp. 66–67.

Dubois, Paul F., " Djange Me," Jan./Feb., pp. 96–97.

Dubois, Paul F., " The Future that Never Was," Mar./Apr., pp. 68–69.

Dubois, Paul F., " Guest Editor's Introduction: Python: Batteries Included," May/June, pp. 7–9.

Dubois, Paul F., " Into the Future," Sep./Oct., pp. 68–69.

Dumon, Pieter, see Bienstman, Peter.

E

Eberl, Stefan, see Kim, Jinman.

Epstein, Howard E., Jed O. Kaplan, Heike Lischke, and Qin Yu, " Simulating Future Changes in Arctic and Subarctic Vegetation," July/Aug., pp. 12–23.

F

Feng, Dagan, see Kim, Jinman.

Flanagin, Maik, Aurélien Grenotton, Jay Ratcliff, Kevin B. Shaw, John Sample, and Mahdi Abdelguerfi, " Hydraulic Splines: A Hybrid Approach to Modeling River Channel Geometries," Sep./Oct., pp. 4–15.

Fleming, Timothy P., Peter J. Mardahl, Lester Bowers, Keith L. Cartwright, Matthew T. Bettencourt, and Michael D. Haworth, " Virtual Prototyping of Novel Cathode Designs for the Relativistic Magnetron," Nov./Dec., pp. 18–28.

Franklin, William, " Algorithmic Design of a Fuzzy-Neural Method," Sep./Oct., pp. 26–31.

Freire, Juliana, see Silva, Claudio T.

Frenz, Christopher M., see Luu, Thomas.

Frost Gorder, Pam, " Building Better Search Engines," July/Aug., pp. 7–11.

Frost Gorder, Pam, " Grid Computing Yields Earthquake Forecast," Jan./Feb., pp. 6–10.

Frost Gorder, Pam, " Multicore Processors for Science and Engineering," Mar./Apr., pp. 3–7.

Frost Gorder, Pam, " Physics Experiment Could Spawn Permanent Computing Grid," Nov./Dec., pp. 5–9.

Fuller, Michael M., Dali Wang, Louis J. Gross, and Michael W. Berry, " Computational Science for Natural Resource Management," July/Aug., pp. 40–48.

G

Gardner, Henry J., see Decyk, Viktor K.

Giachero, Mauro, see Danese, Giovanni.

Ginn, Timothy R., Frank J. Loge, and Timothy D. Scheibe, " Explaining "Noise" as Environmental Variations in Population Dynamics," Mar./Apr., pp. 40–49.

Glazier, James A., see Cickovski, Trevor.

Glimm, Tilmann, see Cickovski, Trevor.

González, Benjamín, see Läufer, Konstantin.

Gorodetskaya, Irina V., see Tremblay, L. Bruno.

Gorrell, Steven E., Allan van de Wall, and Fu-Lin Tsung, " Understanding Unsteady Flow Features in Transonic Compressors," Nov./Dec., pp. 12–17.

Granger, Brian E., see Pérez, Fernando.

Gray, Michael A., " Discrete Event Simulation: A Review of SimEvents," Nov./Dec., pp. 62–66.

Greenfield, Perry, " Reaching for the Stars with Python," May/June, pp. 38–40.

Grenotton, Aurélien, see Flanagin, Maik.

Grimstead, Ian J., David W. Walker, Nick J. Avis, Frederic Kleinermann, and John McClure, " 3D Anatomical Model Visualization within a Grid-Enabled Environment," Sep./Oct., pp. 32–38.

Gross, Louis J., see Fuller, Michael M.

Gutenkunst, Ryan N., see Myers, Christopher R.

H

Hawkes, Evatt R., see Akiba, Hiroshi.

Haworth, Michael D., see Fleming, Timothy P.

Henry, Cray J., see Davis, Larry P.

Hentschel, H. George E., see Cickovski, Trevor.

Hinsen, Konrad, " Parallel Scripting with Python," Nov./Dec., pp. 82–89.

Holland, Marika M., see Tremblay, L. Bruno.

Hruška, Marina, see Kos, Šimon.

Hu, Chenglie, " Integrating Modern Research into Numerical Computation Education," Sep./Oct., pp. 78–81.

Huang, Kun, see Sharp, Richard P.

Hunter, John D., " Matplotlib: A 2D Graphics Environment," May/June, pp. 90–95.

Hyman, James M., see Arriola, Leon M.

I

Izaguirre, Jesus A., see Cickovski, Trevor.

J

Jakacki, Jaromir, see Maslowski, Wieslaw.

Jianjun, Bu, see Qiang, Wang.

K

Kaplan, Jed O., see Epstein, Howard E.

Karniadakis, George Em, see Lin, Guang.

Kim, Jinman, Stefan Eberl, and Dagan Feng, " Visualizing Dual-Modality Rendered Volumes Using a Dual-Lookup Table Transfer Function," Jan./Feb., pp. 20–25.

Kindratenko, Volodymyr V., Craig P. Steffen, and Robert J. Brunner, " Accelerating Scientific Applications with Reconfigurable Computing: Getting Started," Sep./Oct., pp. 70–77.

Kleinermann, Frederic, see Grimstead, Ian J.

Kos, Šimon, Marina Hruška, Scott A. Crooker, Avadh Saxena, and Darryl L. Smith, " Modeling Spin-Polarized Electron Transport in Semiconductors for Spintronics Applications," Sep./Oct., pp. 46–52.

Krauss, Ryan W., and Wayne J. Book, " A Python Module for Modeling and Control Design of Flexible Robots," May/June, pp. 41–45.

Kulakowski, Krzysztof, " Some Recent Attempts to Simulate the Heider Balance Problem," July/Aug., pp. 80–85.

Kung, Rebecca Lippmann, and Cedric Linder, " Improving Students' Self-Assessment of Numerical Analysis Projects," July/Aug., pp. 92–95.

Kusnezov, Dimitri, " How Big Can You Think? Challenges at the Frontier," Sep./Oct., pp. 62–67.

L

Läufer, Konstantin, George K. Thiruvathukal, and Benjamín González, " A Hike through a Post-EJB J2EE Web Application Architecture, Part III," Jan./Feb., pp. 82–95.

Lee, Tong-Yee, Chung-Ren Yan, and Ming-Te Chi, " Stylized Rendering for Anatomic Visualization," Jan./Feb., pp. 13–19.

Leone, Gustavo, see Sharp, Richard P.

Leporati, Francesco, see Danese, Giovanni.

Lin, Guang, Xiaoliang Wan, Chau-Hsing Su, and George Em Karniadakis, " Stochastic Computational Fluid Mechanics," Mar./Apr., pp. 21–29.

Linder, Cedric, see Kung, Rebecca Lippmann.

Lines, Glenn T., see Mardal, Kent-Andre.

Lingle, Craig S., see Bhatt, Uma S.

Lischke, Heike, see Epstein, Howard E.

Liu, Zhanping, and Robert J. Moorhead II, " Robust Loop Detection for Interactively Placing Evenly Spaced Streamlines," July/Aug., pp. 86–91.

Loge, Frank J., see Ginn, Timothy R.

Lu, Jianfeng, see Pan, Zhigeng.

Lubin, Dan, and Robert Massom, " Remote Sensing of Earth's Polar Regions: Opportunities for Computational Science," Jan./Feb., pp. 58–71.

Lummerzheim, Dirk, " Modeling and Forecasting Aurora," Sep./Oct., pp. 53–61.

Luu, Thomas, Ron Soltz, Pavlos Vranas, Christopher M. Frenz, and Francis Sullivan, " Petaflop Essay Contest," Nov./Dec., pp. 55–59.

M

Ma, Kwan-Liu, see Akiba, Hiroshi.

Machiraju, Raghu, see Sharp, Richard P.

Malek, Kourosh, " Transport in Protein Crystals, Part I: Insights from Molecular Simulations," Sep./Oct., pp. 90–95.

Malek, Kourosh, " Transport in Protein Crystals, Part II: Diffusion Simulation and Chiral Recognition," Nov./Dec., pp. 70–75.

Mardahl, Peter J., see Fleming, Timothy P.

Mardal, Kent-Andre, Ola Skavhaug, Glenn T. Lines, Gunnar A. Staff, and Åsmund Ødegård, " Using Python to Solve Partial Differential Equations," May/June, pp. 48–51.

Maslowski, Wieslaw, Jaclyn Clement Kinney, and Jaromir Jakacki, " Toward Prediction of Environmental Arctic Change," Nov./Dec., pp. 29–34.

Massom, Robert, see Lubin, Dan.

McClure, John, see Grimstead, Ian J.

Merks, Roeland M.H., see Cickovski, Trevor.

Millman, K. Jarrod, and Matthew Brett, " Analysis of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Python," May/June, pp. 52–55.

Moorhead II, Robert J., see Liu, Zhanping.

Mosaliganti, Kishore, see Sharp, Richard P.

Myers, Christopher R., and James P. Sethna, " Python for Education: Computational Methods for Nonlinear Systems," May/June, pp. 75–79.

Myers, Christopher R., Ryan N. Gutenkunst, and James P. Sethna, " Python Unleashed on Systems Biology," May/June, pp. 34–37.

N

Nandagopal, Mohankumar, and Natarajan Arunajadai, " On the Evaluation of Finite Hilbert Transforms," Nov./Dec., pp. 90–95.

Nazzicari, Nelson, see Danese, Giovanni.

Newman, David E., Paul W. Terry, and Andrew S. Ware, " Shear Flows and Turbulence in Nature," Nov./Dec., pp. 45–52.

Newman, Stuart A., see Cickovski, Trevor.

Noble, Julian V., " Making the Complex Simple," May/June, pp. 84–89.

Norton, Charles D., see Decyk, Viktor K.

O

O'Leary, Dianne P., " Beetles, Cannibalism, and Chaos: Analyzing a Dynamical System Model," Mar./Apr., pp. 96–103.

O'Leary, Dianne P., " A Partial Solution to Last Issue's Homework Assignment: Beetles, Cannibalism, and Chaos--Analyzing a Dynamical System Model," May/June, pp. 80–83.

O'Leary, Dianne P., see Beichl, Isabel.

Ødegård, Åsmund, see Mardal, Kent-Andre.

Oliphant, Travis E., " Python for Scientific Computing," May/June, pp. 10–20.

Oskoee, Ehsan Nedaaee, " Computing Properties of Materials Based on the Ginzburg-Landau Equation," Mar./Apr., pp. 84–95.

P

Pan, Tony, see Sharp, Richard P.

Pan, Zhigeng, and Jianfeng Lu, " A Bayes-Based Region-Growing Algorithm for Medical Image Segmentation," July/Aug., pp. 32–38.

Pan, Zhigeng, see Qiang, Wang.

Pérez, Fernando, and Brian E. Granger, " IPython: A System for Interactive Scientific Computing," May/June, pp. 21–29.

Phillips, Lisa M., see Bhatt, Uma S.

Post, Douglass E., " Guest Editor's Introduction: Computational Science and Engineering for the US Department of Defense," Nov./Dec., pp. 10–11.

Q

Qiang, Wang, Zhigeng Pan, Chen Chun, and Bu Jianjun, " Surface Rendering for Parallel Slices of Contours from Medical Imaging," Jan./Feb., pp. 32–37.

R

Raghunathan, Sudarshan, " Parallel Computing Algorithms and Applications," July/Aug., pp. 64–65.

Ratcliff, Jay, see Flanagin, Maik.

Ridgway, Randall, see Sharp, Richard P.

S

Saltz, Joel H., see Sharp, Richard P.

Sample, John, see Flanagin, Maik.

Sankaran, Sethuraman, see Zabaras, Nicholas.

Saxena, Avadh, see Kos, Šimon.

Scheibe, Timothy D., see Ginn, Timothy R.

Schillaci, Michael Jay, " Computationally Complete," May/June, pp. 3–6.

Schmidt, Gavin A., see Tremblay, L. Bruno.

Sethna, James P., see Myers, Christopher R.

Shadwick, Bradley A., see Berzins, Martin.

Sharp, Richard P., Randall Ridgway, Kishore Mosaliganti, Pamela Wenzel, Tony Pan, Alain de Bruin, Raghu Machiraju, Kun Huang, Gustavo Leone, and Joel H. Saltz, " Volume Rendering Phenotype Differences in Mouse Placenta Microscopy Data," Jan./Feb., pp. 38–47.

Shaw, Kevin B., see Flanagin, Maik.

Shen, Zuo-Jun (Max), " Integrated Stochastic Supply-Chain Design Models," Mar./Apr., pp. 50–59.

Shi, Xuan, " Python for Internet GIS Applications," May/June, pp. 56–59.

Silva, Claudio T., Juliana Freire, and Steven P. Callahan, " Provenance for Visualizations: Reproducibility and Beyond," Sep./Oct., pp. 82–89.

Skavhaug, Ola, see Mardal, Kent-Andre.

Smith, Darryl L., see Kos, Šimon.

Soltz, Ron, see Luu, Thomas.

Spelgatti, Alvaro, see Danese, Giovanni.

Staff, Gunnar A., see Mardal, Kent-Andre.

Steffen, Craig P., see Kindratenko, Volodymyr V.

Su, Chau-Hsing, see Lin, Guang.

Sullivan, Francis, " Is This the Party to Whom I Am Speaking?," Sep./Oct., pp. 96.

Sullivan, Francis, " Wrong Again!," May/June, pp. 96.

Sullivan, Francis, see Beichl, Isabel.

Sullivan, Francis, see Luu, Thomas.

Swat, Maciej, see Cickovski, Trevor.

T

Tangborn, Wendell V., see Bhatt, Uma S.

Tartakovsky, Daniel M., and Dongbin Xiu, " Guest Editors' Introduction: Stochastic Modeling of Complex Systems," Mar./Apr., pp. 8–9.

Terry, Paul W., see Newman, David E.

Thiruvathukal, George K., " Project Hosting: Expanding the Scientific Programmer's Toolbox," Mar./Apr., pp. 70–75.

Thiruvathukal, George K., see Läufer, Konstantin.

Tohline, Joel E., " Scientific Visualization: A Necessary Chore," Nov./Dec., pp. 76–81.

Tremblay, L. Bruno, Marika M. Holland, Irina V. Gorodetskaya, and Gavin A. Schmidt, " An Ice-Free Arctic? Opportunities for Computational Science," May/June, pp. 65–74.

Tsung, Fu-Lin, see Gorrell, Steven E.

V

van de Wall, Allan, see Gorrell, Steven E.

Vandersteegen, Peter, see Bienstman, Peter.

Vanholme, Lieven, see Bienstman, Peter.

Vranas, Pavlos, see Luu, Thomas.

W

Walker, David W., see Grimstead, Ian J.

Wan, Xiaoliang, see Lin, Guang.

Wang, Dali, see Fuller, Michael M.

Wang, Ke-Qiang, see Zhang, Tian-Yu.

Wang, Zheng-Min, see Zhang, Tian-Yu.

Ward, Jr., William A., see Davis, Larry P.

Ware, Andrew S., see Newman, David E.

Wenzel, Pamela, see Sharp, Richard P.

X

Xie, Le, see Zhang, Tian-Yu.

Xiu, Dongbin, see Tartakovsky, Daniel M.

Y

Yan, Chung-Ren, see Lee, Tong-Yee.

Yang, Xiaosong, Jian Chang, and Jian J. Zhang, " Animating the Human Muscle Structure," Sep./Oct., pp. 39–45.

Yu, Qin, see Epstein, Howard E.

Z

Zabaras, Nicholas, and Sethuraman Sankaran, " An Information-Theoretic Approach to Stochastic Materials Modeling," Mar./Apr., pp. 30–39.

Zhang, Jian J., see Yang, Xiaosong.

Zhang, Jing, see Bhatt, Uma S.

Zhang, Tian-Yu, Pei-Dong Dai, Zheng-Min Wang, Ke-Qiang Wang, Jim X. Chen, and Le Xie, " A Contour Map of the Ear's Vestibular Apparatus Based on 3D Reconstruction," Jan./Feb., pp. 26–31.

Zhang, Tianyu, see Chen, Jim X.

Subject Index

A
Anatomic Rendering and Visualization

" 3D Anatomical Model Visualization within a Grid-Enabled Environment," Ian J. Grimstead, David W. Walker, Nick J. Avis, Frederic Kleinermann, and John McClure, Sep./Oct., pp. 32–38.

" Animating the Human Muscle Structure," Xiaosong Yang, Jian Chang, and Jian J. Zhang, Sep./Oct., pp. 39–45.

" A Contour Map of the Ear's Vestibular Apparatus Based on 3D Reconstruction," Tian-Yu Zhang, Pei-Dong Dai, Zheng-Min Wang, Ke-Qiang Wang, Jim X. Chen, and Le Xie, Jan./Feb., pp. 26–31.

" Fast Global Illumination for Visualizing Isosurfaces with a 3D Illumination Grid," David C. Banks and Kevin Beason, Jan./Feb., pp. 48–54.

" Guest Editors' Introduction: Anatomic Rendering and Visualization," Jim X. Chen and Tianyu Zhang, Jan./Feb., pp. 11–12.

" Stylized Rendering for Anatomic Visualization," Tong-Yee Lee, Chung-Ren Yan, and Ming-Te Chi, Jan./Feb., pp. 13–19.

" Surface Rendering for Parallel Slices of Contours from Medical Imaging," Wang Qiang, Zhigeng Pan, Chen Chun, and Bu Jianjun, Jan./Feb., pp. 32–37.

" Visualizing Dual-Modality Rendered Volumes Using a Dual-Lookup Table Transfer Function," Jinman Kim, Stefan Eberl, and Dagan Feng, Jan./Feb., pp. 20–25.

" Volume Rendering Phenotype Differences in Mouse Placenta Microscopy Data," Richard P. Sharp, Randall Ridgway, Kishore Mosaliganti, Pamela Wenzel, Tony Pan, Alain de Bruin, Raghu Machiraju, Kun Huang, Gustavo Leone, and Joel H. Saltz, Jan./Feb., pp. 38–47.

At Issue

" How Big Can You Think? Challenges at the Frontier," Dimitri Kusnezov, Sep./Oct., pp. 62–67.

" On the Role and Place of Computation in Science and Engineering," Martin Berzins, Bradley A. Shadwick, and Denis Donnelly, Jan./Feb., pp. 98–103.

" Why Fortran?," Viktor K. Decyk, Charles D. Norton, and Henry J. Gardner, July/Aug., pp. 68–71.

B
Books

" Computationally Complete," Michael Jay Schillaci, May/June, pp. 3–6.

" Parallel Computing Algorithms and Applications," Sudarshan Raghunathan, July/Aug., pp. 64–65.

" A Versatile Text for the Introductory Computational Physics Course," Eric Ayars, Nov./Dec., pp. 60–61.

C
Café Dubois

" Career Contradictions," Paul F. Dubois, Nov./Dec., pp. 53–54.

" Customer Service Says the Darnedest Things," Paul F. Dubois, July/Aug., pp. 66–67.

" Djange Me," Paul F. Dubois, Jan./Feb., pp. 96–97.

" The Future that Never Was," Paul F. Dubois, Mar./Apr., pp. 68–69.

" Into the Future," Paul F. Dubois, Sep./Oct., pp. 68–69.

Computational Wizardries

" Algorithmic Design of a Fuzzy-Neural Method," William Franklin, Sep./Oct., pp. 26–31.

" An Accelerator for Physics Simulations," Giovanni Danese, Francesco Leporati, Marco Bera, Mauro Giachero, Nelson Nazzicari, and Alvaro Spelgatti, Sep./Oct., pp. 16–25.

" A Bayes-Based Region-Growing Algorithm for Medical Image Segmentation," Zhigeng Pan and Jianfeng Lu, July/Aug., pp. 32–38.

" Computational Science for Natural Resource Management," Michael M. Fuller, Dali Wang, Louis J. Gross, and Michael W. Berry, July/Aug., pp. 40–48.

" Hydraulic Splines: A Hybrid Approach to Modeling River Channel Geometries," Maik Flanagin, Aurélien Grenotton, Jay Ratcliff, Kevin B. Shaw, John Sample, and Mahdi Abdelguerfi, Sep./Oct., pp. 4–15.

" Modeling Spin-Polarized Electron Transport in Semiconductors for Spintronics Applications," Šimon Kos, Marina Hruška, Scott A. Crooker, Avadh Saxena, and Darryl L. Smith, Sep./Oct., pp. 46–52.

Computer Simulations

" Computing Properties of Materials Based on the Ginzburg-Landau Equation," Ehsan Nedaaee Oskoee, Mar./Apr., pp. 84–95.

" Some Recent Attempts to Simulate the Heider Balance Problem," Krzysztof Kulakowski, July/Aug., pp. 80–85.

" Transport in Protein Crystals, Part I: Insights from Molecular Simulations," Kourosh Malek, Sep./Oct., pp. 90–95.

" Transport in Protein Crystals, Part II: Diffusion Simulation and Chiral Recognition," Kourosh Malek, Nov./Dec., pp. 70–75.

Computing Prescriptions

" Making the Complex Simple," Julian V. Noble, May/June, pp. 84–89.

" On the Evaluation of Finite Hilbert Transforms," Mohankumar Nandagopal, and Natarajan Arunajadai, Nov./Dec., pp. 90–95.

E
Education

" Improving Students' Self-Assessment of Numerical Analysis Projects," Rebecca Lippmann Kung and Cedric Linder, July/Aug., pp. 92–95.

" Integrating Modern Research into Numerical Computation Education," Chenglie Hu, Sep./Oct., pp. 78–81.

" Open Source Physics Curricular Material for Quantum Mechanics," Mario Belloni, Wolfgang Christian, and Douglas Brown, July/Aug., pp. 24–31.

" Python for Education: Computational Methods for Nonlinear Systems," Christopher R. Myers and James P. Sethna, May/June, pp. 75–79.

" Turning Over a New Leaf," Michael Dennin and Steven Barrett, Nov./Dec., pp. 67–69.

H
High-Performance Computing for Defense

" Guest Editor's Introduction: Computational Science and Engineering for the US Department of Defense," Douglass E. Post, Nov./Dec., pp. 10–11.

" High-Performance Computing Acquisitions Based on the Factors that Matter," Larry P. Davis, Roy L. Campbell Jr., William A. Ward Jr., and Cray J. Henry, Nov./Dec., pp. 35–44.

" Toward Prediction of Environmental Arctic Change," Wieslaw Maslowski, Jaclyn Clement Kinney, and Jaromir Jakacki, Nov./Dec., pp. 29–34.

" Understanding Unsteady Flow Features in Transonic Compressors," Steven E. Gorrell, Allan van de Wall, and Fu-Lin Tsung, Nov./Dec., pp. 12–17.

" Virtual Prototyping of Novel Cathode Designs for the Relativistic Magnetron," Timothy P. Fleming, Peter J. Mardahl, Lester Bowers, Keith L. Cartwright, Matthew T. Bettencourt, and Michael D. Haworth, Nov./Dec., pp. 18–28.

I
International Polar Year

" An Ice-Free Arctic? Opportunities for Computational Science," L. Bruno Tremblay, Marika M. Holland, Irina V. Gorodetskaya, and Gavin A. Schmidt, May/June, pp. 65–74.

" Examining Glacier Mass Balances with a Hierarchical Modeling Approach," Uma S. Bhatt, Jing Zhang, Craig S. Lingle, Lisa M. Phillips, and Wendell V. Tangborn, Mar./Apr., pp. 60–67.

" Modeling and Forecasting Aurora," Dirk Lummerzheim, Sep./Oct., pp. 53–61.

" Remote Sensing of Earth's Polar Regions: Opportunities for Computational Science," Dan Lubin and Robert Massom, Jan./Feb., pp. 58–71.

" Shear Flows and Turbulence in Nature," David E. Newman, Paul W. Terry, and Andrew S. Ware, Nov./Dec., pp. 45–52.

" Simulating Future Changes in Arctic and Subarctic Vegetation," Howard E. Epstein, Jed O. Kaplan, Heike Lischke, and Qin Yu, July/Aug., pp. 12–23.

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News

" Building Better Search Engines," Pam Frost Gorder, July/Aug., pp. 7–11.

" Grid Computing Yields Earthquake Forecast," Pam Frost Gorder, Jan./Feb., pp. 6–10.

" Multicore Processors for Science and Engineering," Pam Frost Gorder, Mar./Apr., pp. 3–7.

" Physics Experiment Could Spawn Permanent Computing Grid," Pam Frost Gorder, Nov./Dec., pp. 5–9.

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Petaflop Essay Contest

" Petaflop Essay Contest (Winner and Runner-Up)," Thomas Luu, Ron Soltz, Pavlos Vranas, Christopher M. Frenz, and Francis Sullivan, Nov./Dec., pp. 55–59.

Problem-Solving Environments

" From Genes to Organisms Via the Cell: A Problem-Solving Environment for Multicellular Development," Trevor Cickovski, Kedar Aras, Maciej Swat, Roeland M.H. Merks, Tilmann Glimm, H. George E. Hentschel, Mark S. Alber, James A. Glazier, Stuart A. Newman, and Jesus A. Izaguirre, July/Aug., pp. 50–60.

Python: Batteries Included

" Analysis of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Python," K. Jarrod Millman and Matthew Brett, May/June, pp. 52–55.

" Computational Physics Education with Python," Arnd Bäcker, May/June, pp. 30–33.

" Guest Editor's Introduction: Python: Batteries Included," Paul F. Dubois, May/June, pp. 7–9.

" IPython: A System for Interactive Scientific Computing," Fernando Pérez, and Brian E. Granger, May/June, pp. 21–29.

" Parallel Scripting with Python," Konrad Hinsen, Nov./Dec., pp. 82–89.

" Python for Education: Computational Methods for Nonlinear Systems," Christopher R. Myers, and James P. Sethna, May/June, pp. 75–79.

" Python for Internet GIS Applications," Xuan Shi, May/June, pp. 56–59.

" Python for Scientific Computing," Travis E. Oliphant, May/June, pp. 10–20.

" Python in Nanophotonics Research," Peter Bienstman, Lieven Vanholme, Wim Bogaerts, Pieter Dumon, and Peter Vandersteegen, May/June, pp. 46–47.

" A Python Module for Modeling and Control Design of Flexible Robots," Ryan W. Krauss and Wayne J. Book, May/June, pp. 41–45.

" Python Unleashed on Systems Biology," Christopher R. Myers, Ryan N. Gutenkunst, and James P. Sethna, May/June, pp. 34–37.

" Quantum Chaos in Billiards," Arnd Bäcker, May/June, pp. 60–64.

" Reaching for the Stars with Python," Perry Greenfield, May/June, pp. 38–40.

" Using Python to Solve Partial Differential Equations," Kent-Andre Mardal, Ola Skavhaug, Glenn T. Lines, Gunnar A. Staff, and Åsmund Ødegård, May/June, pp. 48–51.

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Scientific Programming

" Accelerating Scientific Applications with Reconfigurable Computing: Getting Started," Volodymyr V. Kindratenko, Craig P. Steffen, and Robert J. Brunner, Sep./Oct., pp. 70–77.

" Designing a Cluster for Your Application," William R. Dieter and Henry G. Dietz, July/Aug., pp. 72–79.

" A Hike through a Post-EJB J2EE Web Application Architecture, Part III," Konstantin Läufer, George K. Thiruvathukal, and Benjamín González, Jan./Feb., pp. 82–95.

" Matplotlib: A 2D Graphics Environment," John D. Hunter, May/June, pp. 90–95.

" Parallel Scripting with Python," Konrad Hinsen, Nov./Dec., pp. 82–89.

" Project Hosting: Expanding the Scientific Programmer's Toolbox," George K. Thiruvathukal, Mar./Apr., pp. 70–75.

Stochastic Modeling

" An Information-Theoretic Approach to Stochastic Materials Modeling," Nicholas Zabaras and Sethuraman Sankaran, Mar./Apr., pp. 30–39.

" Being Sensitive to Uncertainty," Leon M. Arriola and James M. Hyman, Mar./Apr., pp. 10–20.

" Explaining Noise as Environmental Variations in Population Dynamics," Timothy R. Ginn, Mar./Apr., pp. 40–49.

" Guest Editors' Introduction: Stochastic Modeling of Complex Systems," Daniel M. Tartakovsky and Dongbin Xiu, Mar./Apr., pp. 8–9.

" Integrated Stochastic Supply-Chain Design Models," Zuo-Jun (Max) Shen, Mar./Apr., pp. 50–59.

" Stochastic Computational Fluid Mechanics," Guang Lin, Xiaoliang Wan, Chau-Hsing Su, and George Em Karniadakis, Mar./Apr., pp. 21–29.

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Technical Note

" Gauss-Vaníček and Fourier Transform Spectral Analyses of Marine Diversity," James L. Cornette, July/Aug., pp. 61–63.

Technologies

" Discrete Event Simulation: A Review of SimEvents," Michael A. Gray, Nov./Dec., pp. 62–66.

The First Word

" Musings on a Metaphysics of Modeling," Norman Chonacky, Sep./Oct., pp. 2–3.

" The Neutrino Strikes Again," Norman Chonacky, Mar./Apr., pp. 2.

" The Past, Present, and Future," Norman Chonacky, July/Aug., pp. 2–3.

" The Web: For Sharing or Snaring?," Norman Chonacky, Nov./Dec., pp. 3–4.

" The Year that Was ... and Yet to Be," Norman Chonacky, Jan./Feb., pp. 3–5.

" You're Recommending What?!," Norman Chonacky, May/June, pp. 2.

The Last Word

" The Computation of Poetry," Charles Day, Nov./Dec., pp. 96.

" The Death of Distance Has Been Exaggerated," Charles Day, Jan./Feb., pp. 104.

" Is This the Party to Whom I Am Speaking?," Francis Sullivan, Sep./Oct., pp. 96.

" Quantum Computing Is Exciting and Important--Really!," Charles Day, Mar./Apr., pp. 104.

" When Bits Bite," Charles Day, July/Aug., pp. 96.

" Wrong Again!," Francis Sullivan, May/June, pp. 96.

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Visualization Corner

" Provenance for Visualizations: Reproducibility and Beyond," Claudio T. Silva, Juliana Freire, and Steven P. Callahan, Sep./Oct., pp. 82–89.

" Robust Loop Detection for Interactively Placing Evenly Spaced Streamlines," Zhanping Liu and Robert J. Moorhead II, July/Aug., pp. 86–91.

" Scientific Visualization: A Necessary Chore," Joel E. Tohline, Nov./Dec., pp. 76–81.

" Visualizing Multivariate Volume Data from Turbulent Combustion Simulations," Hiroshi Akiba, Kwan-Liu Ma, Jacqueline H. Chen, and Evatt R. Hawkes, Mar./Apr., pp. 76–83.

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Your Homework Assignment

" Beetles, Cannibalism, and Chaos: Analyzing a Dynamical System Model," Dianne P. O'Leary, Mar./Apr., pp. 96–103.

" Monte Carlo Minimization and Counting: One, Two, ..., Too Many," Isabel Beichl, Dianne P. O'Leary, and Francis Sullivan, Jan./Feb., pp. 72–80.

" A Partial Solution to Last Issue's Homework Assignment: Beetles, Cannibalism, and Chaos--Analyzing a Dynamical System Model," Dianne P. O'Leary, May/June, pp. 80–83.

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