(partial) Mathematical aspects: Heat conduction analysis using single layer heat potential, K Onishi. A variational approach to boundary element methods, C Polizzotto & M Zito. BEM formulations for body forces using particular integrals, P K Banerjee & D P Henry. Numerical aspects: The error estimation of the boundary element method on the multi-regional and non-linear potential problems, T Takeda & T Kuwahara. The use of continuous finite elements in electron optics, R Pusenjak & M Oblak. Comparison of the boundary collocation and the boundary element methods, J A Kolodziej & G Musielak. Efficient numerical integration for boundary integral methods in two-dimensional and axisymmetric potential problems, H Tsuboi & Y Asatomi. Improved Galerkin methods for integral equations on polygons and polyhedral surfaces, E P Stephan. A self-adaptive boundary element technique for 2-D potential analysis, J J Rencis & K-Y Jong. BEASY - an advanced boundary element analysis system, H Mizoguchi et al. Potential problems: An analysis of the axisymmetric modified Helmhotz equation by using the boundary element method, M Tsuchimoto et al. Elasticity: Application of advanced BEM code to three-dimensional stress analysis and fracture mechanics analysis, T A Cruse & S T Raveendra. BIEM for crack problems and application to the fracture process zone in concrete, ceramics and rock, H Horii. A fundamental solution and boundary element method for torsion problems of a bonded dissimilar elastic solid, H Hasegawa. 3D-BEM analysis of surface cracks by supercomputer, T Miyoshi & M Shiratori. Boundary integral equation of a three-dimensional semi-infinite crack, F G Benitez & A J Rosakis.