International Conference on Interval Methods and Their Application in Global Optimization INTERVAL’98 April 20–23, 1998 Nanjing, China ORGANIZED BY • Department of Mathematics, Nanjing University • The Editorial Board of the International Journal Reliable Computing The following scientists have been invited to join the INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE G. Alefeld (co-chair, Germany), G. Corliss (USA), A. Cuyt (Belgium), B. Dobronets (Russia), J. Garloff (Germany), R. B. Kearfott (co-chair, USA), V. Kreinovich (USA), S. Markov (Bulgaria), G. Mayer (Germany), M. Nakao (Japan), V. M. Nesterov (co-chair, Russia), H. Ratschek (Germany), J. Rokne (Canada), S. Rump (Germany), S. Shary (Russia), E. Walter (France) B. Walster (USA), J. Wolff von Gudenberg (co-chair, Germany) Local organizer: Shen Zuhe INTERVAL’XX CONFERENCES The conferences INTERVAL’XX are signiﬁcant meetings devoted to various aspects of reliable numerical computations based on the interval approach. (Sometimes the terms validated numerics, localizational computations, or enclosure methods are used). Talks are devoted to development of corresponding mathematical structures, design of computer tools, and applications in a wide range of areas. The ﬁrst conference was held in September 1992 near Moscow, with impressive success. Papers were presented by 106 participants from 17 countries through- out the world. It was decided to hold the
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