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Inhalt Workshop on Scheduling for Parallel Computing (SPC 2009).- Fully Polynomial Time Approximation Schemes for Scheduling Divis... Weiterlesen
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Workshop on Scheduling for Parallel Computing (SPC 2009).- Fully Polynomial Time Approximation Schemes for Scheduling Divisible Loads.- Semi-online Preemptive Scheduling: Study of Special Cases.- Fast Multi-objective Reschulding of Grid Jobs by Heuristics and Evolution.- Comparison of Program Task Scheduling Algorithms for Dynamic SMP Clusters with Communication on the Fly.- Study on GEO Metaheuristic for Solving Multiprocessor Scheduling Problem.- Online Scheduling of Parallel Jobs on Hypercubes: Maximizing the Throughput.- The Third Workshop on Language-Based Parallel Programming Models (WLPP 2009).- Verification of Causality Requirements in Java Memory Model Is Undecidable.- A Team Object for CoArray Fortran.- On the Definition of Service Abstractions for Parallel Computing.- The Second Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Parallel Applications on Large-Scale Systems.- Performance Debugging of Parallel Compression on Multicore Machines.- Energy Considerations for Divisible Load Processing.- Deskilling HPL.- Monitoring of SLA Parameters within VO for the SOA Paradigm.- A Role-Based Approach to Self-healing in Autonomous Monitoring Systems.- Parallel Performance Evaluation of MIC(0) Preconditioning Algorithm for Voxel ?FE Simulation.- Parallel HAVEGE.- The Fourth Grid Applications and Middleware Workshop (GAMW 2009).- UNICORE Virtual Organizations System.- Application of ADMIRE Data Mining and Integration Technologies in Environmental Scenarios.- Performance Based Matchmaking on Grid.- Replica Management for National Data Storage.- Churn Tolerant Virtual Organization File System for Grids.- The Fourth Workshop on Large Scale Computations on Grids (LaSCoG 2009).- Quasi-random Approach in the Grid Application SALUTE.- Mobile Agents for Management of Native Applications in GRID.- Leveraging Complex Event Processing for Grid Monitoring.- Designing Execution Control in Programs with Global Application States Monitoring.- Distributed MIND - A New Processing Model Based on Mobile Interactive Documents.- A Framework for Observing Dynamics of Agent-Based Computations.- HyCube: A DHT Routing System Based on a Hierarchical Hypercube Geometry.- Workshop on Parallel Computational Biology (PBC 2009).- Accuracy and Performance of Single versus Double Precision Arithmetics for Maximum Likelihood Phylogeny Reconstruction.- Automated Design of Assemblable, Modular, Synthetic Chromosomes.- GPU Parallelization of Algebraic Dynamic Programming.- Parallel Extreme Ray and Pathway Computation.- Minisymposium on Applications of Parallel Computation in Industry and Engineering.- Parallelized Transient Elastic Wave Propagation in Orthotropic Structures.- Parallel Numerical Solver for Modelling of Electromagnetic Properties of Thin Conductive Layers.- Numerical Health Check of Industrial Simulation Codes from HPC Environments to New Hardware Technologies.- Application of Parallel Technologies to Modeling Lithosphere Dynamics and Seismicity.- AMG for Linear Systems in Engine Flow Simulations.- Parallel Implementation of a Steady State Thermal and Hydraulic Analysis of Pipe Networks in OpenMP.- High-Performance Ocean Color Monte Carlo Simulation in the Geo-info Project.- EULAG Model for Multiscale Flows - Towards the Petascale Generation of Mesoscale Numerical Weather Prediction.- Parallel Implementation of Particle Tracking and Collision in a Turbulent Flow.- A Distributed Multilevel Ant-Colony Approach for Finite Element Mesh Decomposition.- Minisymposium on Interval Analysis.- Toward Definition of Systematic Criteria for the Comparison of Verified Solvers for Initial Value Problems.- Fuzzy Solution of Interval Nonlinear Equations.- Solving Systems of Interval Linear Equations with Use of Modified Interval Division Procedure.- Remarks on Algorithms Implemented in Some C++ Libraries for Floating-Point Conversions and Interval Arithmetic.- An Interval Method for Seeking the Nash Equilibria of Non-cooperative Games.- From Gauging Accuracy of Quantity Estimates to Gauging Accuracy and Resolution of Measuring Physical Fields.- A New Method for Normalization of Interval Weights.- A Global Optimization Method for Solving Parametric Linear Systems Whose Input Data Are Rational Functions of Interval Parameters.- Direct Method for Solving Parametric Interval Linear Systems with Non-affine Dependencies.- Workshop on Complex Collective Systems.- Evaluating Lava Flow Hazard at Mount Etna (Italy) by a Cellular Automata Based Methodology.- Application of CoSMoS Parallel Design Patterns to a Pedestrian Simulation.- Artificial Intelligence of Virtual People in CA FF Pedestrian Dynamics Model.- Towards the Calibration of Pedestrian Stream Models.- Two Concurrent Algorithms of Discrete Potential Field Construction.- Frustration and Collectivity in Spatial Networks.- Weakness Analysis of a Key Stream Generator Based on Cellular Automata.- Fuzzy Cellular Model for On-Line Traffic Simulation.- Modeling Stop-and-Go Waves in Pedestrian Dynamics.- FPGA Realization of a Cellular Automata Based Epidemic Processor.- Empirical Results for Pedestrian Dynamics at Bottlenecks.- Properties of Safe Cellular Automata-Based S-Boxes.

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Titel: Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics, Part II
Untertitel: 8th International Conference, PPAM 2009, Wroclaw, Poland, September 13-16, 2009, Proceedings
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EAN: 9783642144035
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Anzahl Seiten: 596
Veröffentlichung: 07.07.2010
Dateigrösse: 14.5 MB

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