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Fröberg prize for young authors
The 2018 Carl-Erik Froberg Prize has been awarded to Dr Georg Muntingh, SINTEF, Oslo, for the paperSymbols and exact regularity of symmetric pseudo-splines of any arity, BIT Numerical Mathematics 57(2017), 867-900, DOI
The prize is given in even numbered years to a young author of a distinguished paper published in BIT Numerical Mathematics.
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