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Recent Advances in Parallel Virtual Machine and Message Passing Interface

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Inhalt Invited Talks.- New Directions in PVM/Harness Research.- Towards a Productive MPI Environment.- Components of Systems Softw... Weiterlesen
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Invited Talks.- New Directions in PVM/Harness Research.- Towards a Productive MPI Environment.- Components of Systems Software for Parallel Systems.- Virtualization in Parallel Distributed Computing.- Tutorials.- Advanced Message Passing and Threading Issues.- Using MPI-2: A Problem-Based Approach.- Algorithms.- Some Improvements to a Parallel Decomposition Technique for Training Support Vector Machines.- Nesting OpenMP in MPI to Implement a Hybrid Communication Method of Parallel Simulated Annealing on a Cluster of SMP Nodes.- Computing Frequent Itemsets in Parallel Using Partial Support Trees.- A Grid-Aware Branch, Cut and Price Implementation.- An Optimal Broadcast Algorithm Adapted to SMP Clusters.- Efficient Implementation of Allreduce on BlueGene/L Collective Network.- Scalable Fault Tolerant MPI: Extending the Recovery Algorithm.- Hash Functions for Datatype Signatures in MPI.- Extensions and Improvements.- Implementing MPI-IO Shared File Pointers Without File System Support.- An Efficient Parallel File System for Cluster Grids.- Cooperative Write-Behind Data Buffering for MPI I/O.- Hint Controlled Distribution with Parallel File Systems.- Implementing Byte-Range Locks Using MPI One-Sided Communication.- An Improved Algorithm for (Non-commutative) Reduce-Scatter with an Application.- Collective Error Detection for MPI Collective Operations.- Implementing OpenMP for Clusters on Top of MPI.- Designing a Common Communication Subsystem.- Dynamic Interoperable Message Passing.- Analysis of the Component Architecture Overhead in Open MPI.- A Case for New MPI Fortran Bindings.- Design Alternatives and Performance Trade-Offs for Implementing MPI-2 over InfiniBand.- Designing a Portable MPI-2 over Modern Interconnects Using uDAPL Interface.- Experiences, Strategies and Challenges in Adapting PVM to VxWorks TM Hard Real-Time Operating System, for Safety-Critical Software.- MPJ/Ibis: A Flexible and Efficient Message Passing Platform for Java.- Cluster and Grid.- The Open Run-Time Environment (OpenRTE): A Transparent Multi-cluster Environment for High-Performance Computing.- PVM-3.4.4 + IPv6: Full Grid Connectivity.- Utilizing PVM in a Multidomain Clusters Environment.- Enhancements to PVM's BEOLIN Architecture.- Migol: A Fault-Tolerant Service Framework for MPI Applications in the Grid.- Applicability of Generic Naming Services and Fault-Tolerant Metacomputing with FT-MPI.- A Peer-to-Peer Framework for Robust Execution of Message Passing Parallel Programs on Grids.- MGF: A Grid-Enabled MPI Library with a Delegation Mechanism to Improve Collective Operations.- Tools and Environments.- Automatic Performance Analysis of Message Passing Applications Using the KappaPI 2 Tool.- Benchmarking One-Sided Communication with SKaMPI 5.- A Scalable Approach to MPI Application Performance Analysis.- High-Level Application Specific Performance Analysis Using the G-PM Tool.- ClusterGrind: Valgrinding LAM/MPI Applications.- MPISH2: Unix Integration for MPI Programs.- Ensemble-2: Dynamic Composition of MPMD Programs.- New User-Guided and ckpt-Based Checkpointing Libraries for Parallel MPI Applications,.- Performance.- Performance Profiling Overhead Compensation for MPI Programs.- Network Bandwidth Measurements and Ratio Analysis with the HPC Challenge Benchmark Suite (HPCC).- A Space and Time Sharing Scheduling Approach for PVM Non-dedicated Clusters.- Efficient Hardware Multicast Group Management for Multiple MPI Communicators over InfiniBand.- Assessing MPI Performance on QsNet II .- Optimised Gather Collectives on QsNet II .- An Evaluation of Implementation Options for MPI One-Sided Communication.- A Comparison of Three MPI Implementations for Red Storm.- Applications.- Probing the Applicability of Polarizable Force-Field Molecular Dynamics for Parallel Architectures: A Comparison of Digital MPI with LAM-MPI and MPICH2.- Symmetrical Data Sieving for Noncontiguous I/O Accesses in Molecular Dynamics Simulations.- Simulation of Ecologic Systems Using MPI.- Load Balancing and Computing Strategies in Pipeline Optimization for Parallel Visualization of 3D Irregular Meshes.- An Improved Mechanism for Controlling Portable Computers in Limited Coverage Areas.- An MPI Implementation for Distributed Signal Processing.- A Parallel Exponential Integrator for Large-Scale Discretizations of Advection-Diffusion Models.- Parallel Grid Adaptation and Dynamic Load Balancing for a CFD Solver.- Special Session: ParSim 2005.- 4th International Special Session on: Current Trends in Numerical Simulation for Parallel Engineering Environments ParSim 2005.- Applying Grid Techniques to an Octree-Based CSCW Framework.- Parallel Modeling of Transient States Analysis in Electrical Circuits.- The COOLFluiD Parallel Architecture.- Calculation of Single-File Diffusion Using Grid-Enabled Parallel Generic Cellular Automata Simulation.- Harnessing High-Performance Computers for Computational Steering.


Titel: Recent Advances in Parallel Virtual Machine and Message Passing Interface
Untertitel: 12th European PVM/MPI User's Group Meeting, Sorrento, Italy, September 18-21, 2005, Proceedings
EAN: 9783540319436
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Anzahl Seiten: 550
Veröffentlichung: 03.10.2005
Dateigrösse: 8.4 MB

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