Daniel A. Williams III

Born:

place:

BS Princeton University; MA (1977) Mathematics University of California at Berkeley

Ph.D. (1980) Mathematics University of California at Berkeley

thesis:On a Global Parametrix of the Helmholtz Operator Bounded Between Certain Weighted Sobolev Spaces; advisor:area of degree:

Howard University

personal or universal URL:

http://138.238.61.55/~reb/Pages/Williams/williams.htm

email: daw@scs.howard.eduAddress: Department of Mathematics; Howard University; Washington DC 20059

Research

Interests: PDE/ Applied, Partial Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Use of Technology in Undergraduate Education.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

4.

Donaldson, James A.;Williams, Daniel A., III An abstract two-point boundary value problem. Mathematical analysis, wavelets, and signal processing (Cairo, 1994), 107--116, Contemp. Math., 190, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 1995.3.

Donaldson, James A.;Williams, Daniel A.The linear shallow water theory: a mathematical justification. SIAM J. Math. Anal. 24 (1993), no. 4, 892--910.2. Diamond, Harvey; Raphael, Louise Arakelian;

Williams, DanielCompressed representations of curves and images using a multiresolution box-spline framework. Advances in computational mathematics (New Delhi, 1993), 157--170, Ser. Approx. Decompos., 4, World Sci. Publishing, River Edge, NJ, 1994.1. Diamond, Harvey; Raphael, Louise Arakelian;

Williams, Daniel A., IIIBox-spline-based approach to the formulation of numerical methods for partial differential equations.Numer. Methods Partial Differential Equations8(1992), no. 3, 291--301.

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