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Euro-Par - the European Conference on Parallel Computing - is an international conference series dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel computing. The major themes can be divided into the broad categories of hardware, software, algorithms, and applications for parallel computing. The objective of Euro-Par is to provide a forum within which to promote the dev- opment of parallel computing both as an industrial technique and an academic discipline, extending the frontiers of both the state of the art and the state of the practice. This is particularlyimportant at a time when parallel computing is undergoing strong and sustained development and experiencing real industrial take-up. The main audience for and participants in Euro-Par are researchers in academic departments, government laboratories, and industrial organizations. Euro-Par aims to become the primarychoice of such professionals for the p- sentation of new results in their speci?c areas. Euro-Par is also interested in applications that demonstrate the e?ectiveness of the main Euro-Par themes. Euro-Par has its own Internet domain with a permanent website where the historyof the conference series is described: http://www. euro-par. org. The Euro-Par conference series is sponsored bythe Association of Computer - chineryand the International Federation of Information Processing. Euro-Par 2002 at Paderborn, Germany Euro-Par 2002 was organized bythe Paderborn Center for Parallel Comput- 2 2 ing (PC ) and was held at the Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum (HNF).


Invited Talks.- Orchestrating Computations on the World-Wide Web.- Realistic Rendering in Real-Time.- Non-massive, Non-high Performance, Distributed Computing: Selected Issues.- The Forgotten Factor: Facts on Performance Evaluation and Its Dependence on Workloads.- Sensor Networks - Promise and Challenges.- Concepts and Technologies for a Worldwide Grid Infrastructure.- Topic 1.- Support Tools and Environments.- SCALEA: A Performance Analysis Tool for Distributed and Parallel Programs.- Deep Start: A Hybrid Strategy for Automated Performance Problem Searches.- On the Scalability of Tracing Mechanisms.- Component Based Problem Solving Environment.- Integrating Temporal Assertions into a Parallel Debugger.- Low-Cost Hybrid Internal Clock Synchronization Mechanism for COTS PC Cluster.- .NET as a Platform for Implementing Concurrent Objects.- Topic 2.- Performance Evaluation, Analysis and Optimization.- Performance of MP3D on the SB-PRAM Prototype.- Multi-periodic Process Networks: Prototyping and Verifying Stream-Processing Systems.- Symbolic Cost Estimation of Parallel Applications.- Performance Modeling and Interpretive Simulation of PIM Architectures and Applications.- Extended Overhead Analysis for OpenMP.- CATCH - A Call-Graph Based Automatic Tool for Capture of Hardware Performance Metrics for MPI and OpenMP Applications.- SIP: Performance Tuning through Source Code Interdependence.- Topic 3.- Scheduling and Load Balancing.- On Scheduling Task-Graphs to LogP-Machines with Disturbances.- Optimal Scheduling Algorithms for Communication Constrained Parallel Processing.- Job Scheduling for the BlueGene/L System.- An Automatic Scheduler for Parallel Machines.- Non-approximability Results for the Hierarchical Communication Problem with a Bounded Number of Clusters.- Non-approximability of the Bulk Synchronous Task Scheduling Problem.- Adjusting Time Slices to Apply Coscheduling Techniques in a Non-dedicated NOW.- A Semi-dynamic Multiprocessor Scheduling Algorithm with an Asymptotically Optimal Competitive Ratio.- AMEEDA: A General-Purpose Mapping Tool for Parallel Applications on Dedicated Clusters.- Topic 4.- Compilers for High Performance (Compilation and Parallelization Techniques).- Tiling and Memory Reuse for Sequences of Nested Loops.- Reuse Distance-Based Cache Hint Selection.- Improving Locality in the Parallelization of Doacross Loops.- Is Morton Layout Competitive for Large Two-Dimensional Arrays?.- Towards Detection of Coarse-Grain Loop-Level Parallelism in Irregular Computations.- On the Optimality of Feautrier's Scheduling Algorithm.- On the Equivalence of Two Systems of Affine Recurrence Equations.- Towards High-Level Specification, Synthesis, and Virtualization of Programmable Logic Designs.- Topic 5.- Parallel and Distributed Databases, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery.- Dynamic Query Scheduling in Parallel Data Warehouses.- Speeding Up Navigational Requests in a Parallel Object Database System.- Retrieval of Multispectral Satellite Imagery on Cluster Architectures.- Shared Memory Parallelization of Decision Tree Construction Using a General Data Mining Middleware.- Characterizing the Scalability of Decision- Support Workloads on Clusters and SMP Systems.- Parallel Fuzzy c- Means Clustering for Large Data Sets.- Scheduling High Performance Data Mining Tasks on a Data Grid Environment.- A Delayed-Initiation Risk-Free Multiversion Temporally Correct Algorithm.- Topic 6.- Complexity Theory and Algorithms.- Parallel Convex Hull Computation by Generalised Regular Sampling.- Parallel Algorithms for Fast Fourier Transformation Using PowerList, ParList and PList Theories.- A Branch and Bound Algorithm for Capacitated Minimum Spanning Tree Problem.- Topic 7.- Applications on High Performance Computers.- Perfect Load Balancing for Demand- Driven Parallel Ray Tracing.- Parallel Controlled Conspiracy Number Search.- A Parallel Solution in Texture Analysis Employing a Massively Parallel Processor.- Stochastic Simulation of a Marine Host-Parasite System Using a Hybrid MPI/OpenMP Programming.- Optimization of Fire Propagation Model Inputs: A Grand Challenge Application on Metacomputers.- Parallel Numerical Solution of the Boltzmann Equation for Atomic Layer Deposition.- Topic 8.- Parallel Computer Architecture and Instruction-Level Parallelism.- Independent Hashing as Confidence Mechanism for Value Predictors in Microprocessors.- Exploiting the Prefetching Effect Provided by Executing Mispredicted Load Instructions.- Increasing Instruction-Level Parallelism with Instruction Precomputation.- Runtime Association of Software Prefetch Control to Memory Access Instructions.- Realizing High IPC Using Time-Tagged Resource-Flow Computing.- A Register File Architecture and Compilation Scheme for Clustered ILP Processors.- A Comparative Study of Redundancy in Trace Caches.- Speeding Up Target Address Generation Using a Self-indexed FTB.- Real PRAM Programming.- In-memory Parallelism for Database Workloads.- Enforcing Cache Coherence at Data Sharing Boundaries without Global Control: A Hardware-Software Approach.- CODACS Project: A Demand-Data Driven Reconfigurable Architecture.- Topic 9.- Distributed Systems and Algorithms.- A Self-stabilizing Token-Based k-out-of-l Exclusion Algorithm.- An Algorithm for Ensuring Fairness and Liveness in Non-deterministic Systems Based on Multiparty Interactions.- On Obtaining Global Information in a Peer-to-Peer Fully Distributed Environment.- A Fault-Tolerant Sequencer for Timed Asynchronous Systems.- Dynamic Resource Management in a Cluster for High-Availability.- Progressive Introduction of Security in Remote-Write Communications with no Performance Sacrifice.- Parasite: Distributing Processing Using Java Applets.- Topic 10.- Parallel Programming: Models, Methods and Programming Languages.- Improving Reactivity to I/O Events in Multithreaded Environments Using a Uniform, Scheduler- Centric API.- An Overview of Systematic Development of Parallel Systems for Reconfigurable Hardware.- A Skeleton Library.- Optimising Shared Reduction Variables in MPI Programs.- Double-Scan: Introducing and Implementing a New Data-Parallel Skeleton.- Scheduling vs Communication in PELCR.- Exception Handling during Asynchronous Method Invocation.- Designing Scalable Object Oriented Parallel Applications.- Delayed Evaluation, Self-optimising Software Components as a Programming Model.- Topic 11.- Numerical Algorithms.- New Parallel (Rank-Revealing) QR Factorization Algorithms.- Solving Large Sparse Lyapunov Equations on Parallel Computers.- A Blocking Algorithm for Parallel 1-D FFT on Clusters of PCs.- Sources of Parallel Inefficiency for Incompressible CFD Simulations.- Parallel Iterative Methods for Navier-Stokes Equations and Application to Stability Assessment.- A Modular Design for a Parallel Multifrontal Mesh Generator.- Pipelining for Locality Improvement in RK Methods.- Topic 12.- Routing and Communication in Interconnection Networks.- On Multicasting with Minimum Costs for the Internet Topology.- Stepwise Optimizations of UDP/IP on a Gigabit Network.- Stabilizing Inter-domain Routing in the Internet.- Performance Analysis of Code Coupling on Long Distance High Bandwidth Network.- Adaptive Path- Based Multicast on Wormhole-Routed Hypercubes.- A Mixed Deflection and Convergence Routing Algorithm: Design and Performance.- Evaluation of Routing Algorithms for InfiniBand Networks.- Congestion Control Based on Transmission Times.- A Dual- LAN Topology with the Dual- Path Ethernet Module.- A Fast Barrier Synchronization Protocol for Broadcast Networks Based on a Dynamic Access Control.- The Hierarchical Factor Algorithm for All-to-All Communication.- Topic 13.- Architectures and Algorithms for Multimedia Applications.- Deterministic Scheduling of CBR and VBR Media Flows on Parallel Media Servers.- Double P-Tree: A Distributed Architecture for Large-Scale Video-on-Demand.- Message Passing in XML-Based Language for Creating Multimedia Presentations.- A Parallel Implementation of H.26L Video Encoder.- A Novel Predication Scheme for a SIMD System-on-Chip.- MorphoSys: A Coarse Grain Reconfigurable Architecture for Multimedia Applications.- Performance Scalability of Multimedia Instruction Set Extensions.- Topic 14.- Meta- and Grid-Computing.- Instant-Access Cycle-Stealing for Parallel Applications Requiring Interactive Response.- Access Time Estimation for Tertiary Storage Systems.- BioGRID - Uniform Platform for Biomolecular Applications.- Implementing a Scientific Visualisation Capability within a Grid Enabled Component Framework.- Transparent Fault Tolerance for Web Services Based Architectures.- Algorithm Design and Performance Prediction in a Java-Based Grid System with Skeletons.- A Scalable Approach to Network Enabled Servers.- Topic 15.- Discrete Optimization.- Parallel Distance-k Coloring Algorithms for Numerical Optimization.- A Parallel GRASP Heuristic for the 2-Path Network Design Problem.- MALLBA: A Library of Skeletons for Combinatorial Optimisation.- Topic 16.- Mobile Computing, Mobile Networks.- Distributed Maintenance of Resource Efficient Wireless Network Topologies.- A Local Decision Algorithm for Maximum Lifetime in ad Hoc Networks.- A Performance Study of Distance Source Routing Based Protocols for Mobile and Wireless ad Hoc Networks.- Weak Communication in Radio Networks.- Coordination of Mobile Intermediaries Acting on Behalf of Mobile Users.- An Efficient Time-Based Checkpointing Protocol for Mobile Computing Systems over Wide Area Networks.- Discriminative Collision Resolution Algorithm for Wireless MAC Protocol.


Titel: Euro-Par 2002. Parallel Processing
Untertitel: 8th International Euro-Par Conference Paderborn, Germany, August 27-30, 2002 Proceedings
EAN: 9783540457060
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Veröffentlichung: 02.08.2003
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Anzahl Seiten: 998

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