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Inhalt Keynote Addresses.- Data Confidentiality in Collaborative Computing.- Productivity in High Performance Computing.- A New Ap... Weiterlesen
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Keynote Addresses.- Data Confidentiality in Collaborative Computing.- Productivity in High Performance Computing.- A New Approach to Programming and Prototyping Parallel Systems.- The Changing Challenges of Collaborative Algorithmics.- Quantum Physics and the Nature of Computation.- Plenary Session - Best Papers.- Preemption Adaptivity in Time-Published Queue-Based Spin Locks.- Criticality Driven Energy Aware Speculation for Speculative Multithreaded Processors.- Session I - Algorithms.- Search-Optimized Suffix-Tree Storage for Biological Applications.- Cost-Optimal Job Allocation Schemes for Bandwidth-Constrained Distributed Computing Systems.- A Fault Recovery Scheme for P2P Metacomputers.- A Distributed Location Identification Algorithm for Ad hoc Networks Using Computational Geometric Methods.- A Symmetric Localization Algorithm for MANETs Based on Collapsing Coordinate Systems.- Session II - Applications.- Performance Study of LU Decomposition on the Programmable GPU.- PENCAPS: A Parallel Application for Electrode Encased Grounding Systems Project.- Application of Reduce Order Modeling to Time Parallelization.- Orthogonal Decision Trees for Resource-Constrained Physiological Data Stream Monitoring Using Mobile Devices.- Throughput Computing with Chip MultiThreading and Clusters.- Session III - Architecture.- Supporting MPI-2 One Sided Communication on Multi-rail InfiniBand Clusters: Design Challenges and Performance Benefits.- High Performance RDMA Based All-to-All Broadcast for InfiniBand Clusters.- Providing Full QoS Support in Clusters Using Only Two VCs at the Switches.- Offloading Bloom Filter Operations to Network Processor for Parallel Query Processing in Cluster of Workstations.- A High-Speed VLSI Array Architecture for Euclidean Metric-Based Hausdorff Distance Measures Between Images.- Session IV - Applications.- Sensor Selection Heuristic in Sensor Networks.- Mobile Pipelines: Parallelizing Left-Looking Algorithms Using Navigational Programming.- Distributed Point Rendering.- An Intra-task DVS Algorithm Exploiting Program Path Locality for Real-Time Embedded Systems.- Advanced Resource Management and Scheduling of Workflow Applications in JavaSymphony.- Session V - Systems Software.- Using Clustering to Address Heterogeneity and Dynamism in Parallel Scientific Applications.- Data and Computation Abstractions for Dynamic and Irregular Computations.- XCAT-C++: Design and Performance of a Distributed CCA Framework.- The Impact of Noise on the Scaling of Collectives: A Theoretical Approach.- Extensible Parallel Architectural Skeletons.- Session VI - Communication Networks.- An Efficient Distributed Algorithm for Finding Virtual Backbones in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks.- A Novel Battery Aware MAC Protocol for Minimizing Energy × Latency in Wireless Sensor Networks.- On the Power Optimization and Throughput Performance of Multihop Wireless Network Architectures.- A Novel Solution for Time Synchronization in Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks.- An Algorithm for Boundary Discovery in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Session VII - Architecture.- A Low-Complexity Issue Queue Design with Speculative Pre-execution.- Performance and Power Evaluation of an Intelligently Adaptive Data Cache.- Neural Confidence Estimation for More Accurate Value Prediction.- The Potential of On-Chip Multiprocessing for QCD Machines.- Low-Power 32bit×32bit Multiplier Design with Pipelined Block-Wise Shutdown.- Session VIII - Communication Networks.- Performance Analysis of User-Level PIM Communication in the Data IntensiVe Architecture (DIVA) System.- Improved Point-to-Point and Collective Communication Performance with Output-Queued High-Radix Routers.- A Clustering and Traffic-Redistribution Scheme for High-Performance IPsec VPNs.- WDM Multistage Interconnection Networks Architectures for Enhancing Supernetworks Switching Infrastructure.- Learning-TCP: A Novel Learning Automata Based Congestion Window Updating Mechanism for Ad hoc Wireless Networks.- Session IX - Algorithms.- Design and Implementation of the HPCS Graph Analysis Benchmark on Symmetric Multiprocessors.- Scheduling Multiple Flows on Parallel Disks.- Snap-Stabilizing Detection of Cutsets.- Scheduling Divisible Loads with Return Messages on Heterogeneous Master-Worker Platforms.- Session X - Systems and Networks.- A Grid Authentication System with Revocation Guarantees.- Integrating a New Cluster Assignment and Scheduling Algorithm into an Experimental Retargetable Code Generation Framework.- Cooperative Instruction Scheduling with Linear Scan Register Allocation.- iSCSI Analysis System and Performance Improvement of iSCSI Sequential Access in High Latency Networks.

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Titel: High Performance Computing - HiPC 2005
Untertitel: 12th International Conference, Goa, India, December 18-21, 2005, Proceedings
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EAN: 9783540324270
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Anzahl Seiten: 552
Veröffentlichung: 18.10.2006
Dateigrösse: 8.1 MB

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