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Editorial Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics Vol. 12 (2012), No. 4, pp. 367­368 c 2012 Institute of Mathematics, NAS of Belarus Doi: 10.2478/cmam-2012-0032 Vadim Korneev · Yuri Kuznetsov · Ulrich Langer · Aleksandr Matsokin In memory of Sergei Nepomnyaschikh - a pioneer in domain decomposition methods This CMAM Special Issue on "Domain Decomposition Methods" is dedicated to Sergey Nepomnyaschikh who passed away in May 2011. He was a very gifted mathematician and a pleasant person at the same time. Among other fields, Sergey has made pioneering contributions to domain decomposition and related methods. He was born in 1958, December 22nd, in Kemerovo, Russia. In 1981 he graduated in Mathematics from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Novosibirsk State University. His devotion to science became clearly visible in student years. In September 1982, he started his PhD study that was completed in 1985. His excellent PhD thesis, that was supervised by Aleksandr Matsokin (Novosibirsk, Russia), was devoted to "Domain decomposition and the Schwarz subspace method for the approximate solution of elliptic boundary value problems". In his thesis he introduced the additive Schwarz method and the fictitious space lemma that allows him to provide convergence rate estimates. Later these http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics de Gruyter

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Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics, Volume 12 (4)

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Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics Vol. 12 (2012), No. 4, pp. 367­368 c 2012 Institute of Mathematics, NAS of Belarus Doi: 10.2478/cmam-2012-0032 Vadim Korneev · Yuri Kuznetsov · Ulrich Langer · Aleksandr Matsokin In memory of Sergei Nepomnyaschikh - a pioneer in domain decomposition methods This CMAM Special Issue on "Domain Decomposition Methods" is dedicated to Sergey Nepomnyaschikh who passed away in May 2011. He was a very gifted mathematician and a pleasant person at the same time. Among other fields, Sergey has made pioneering contributions to domain decomposition and related methods. He was born in 1958, December 22nd, in Kemerovo, Russia. In 1981 he graduated in Mathematics from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Novosibirsk State University. His devotion to science became clearly visible in student years. In September 1982, he started his PhD study that was completed in 1985. His excellent PhD thesis, that was supervised by Aleksandr Matsokin (Novosibirsk, Russia), was devoted to "Domain decomposition and the Schwarz subspace method for the approximate solution of elliptic boundary value problems". In his thesis he introduced the additive Schwarz method and the fictitious space lemma that allows him to provide convergence rate estimates. Later these

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