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This volume contains the proceedings of the international HPCN Europe 2000 event which was held in the Science and Technology Centre Watergraafsmeer, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 8-10, 2000. HPCN (High Performance Computing and Networking)Europeeventwas organized for the r st time in 1993 in Amsterdam as the result of several i- tiatives in Europe, the United States of America, and Japan. Succeeding HPCN events were held in Munich (1994), Milan (1995), Brussels (1996), and Vienna (1997), returning to Amsterdam in 1998 to stay. The HPCN event keeps growing and advancing every year, and this year the event consisted of the scientic conference, focused workshops, and several associated events. Theplenary lectures werepresented bysix renowned speakers: { Henk van der Vorst, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands: Giant Eig- problems within Reach, { WolfgangGentzsch, CTO, GridwareInc., Germany: The Information Power Grid is Changing our World, { Bernard Lecussan, SupAero and ONERA/CERT/DTIM, France: Irregular Application Computations on a Cluster of Workstations, { Miguel Albrecht, European Southern Observatory, Garching, Germany: Technologies for Mining Terabytes of Data, { HansMeinhardt, Max-Planck-Institut,Germany: The Algorithmic Beauty of Sea Shells,and { IngoAugustin,CERN,Geneva,Switzerland: Towards Multi-petabyte Storage Facilities. Theconference consisted ofparalleltrackspresenting 52selected papers, andone track presenting 25 posters. The areas covered in the conference include: Ind- trial and General End-User Applications of HPCN, Computational and C- puter Sciences, and this year the scope of the conference was further expanded by an additional area to emphasize the information management aspects, and the importance of the web-based cooperative application infrastructures.

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Inhalt
Computational Science Track.- A Problem Solving Environment Based on Commodity Software.- DOVE: A Virtual Programming Environment for High Performance Parallel Computing.- The Problems and the Solutions of the Metacomputing Experiment in SC99.- Grid Computing on the Web Using the Globus Toolkit.- Data Futures in DISCWorld.- Algorithms for Generic Tools in Parallel Numerical Simulation.- Dynamic Grid Adaptation for Computational Magnetohydrodynamics.- Parallelization of Irregular Problems Based on Hierarchical Domain Representation.- Dynamic Iterative Method for Fast Network Partitioning.- ParIC: A Family of Parallel Incomplete Cholesky Preconditioners.- A Parallel Block Preconditioner Accelerated by Coarse Grid Correction.- Towards an Implementation of a Multilevel ILU Preconditioner on Shared-Memory Computers.- Application of the JacobiDavidson Method to Spectral Calculations in Magnetohydrodynamics.- PLFG: A Highly Scalable Parallel Pseudo-random Number Generator for Monte Carlo Simulations.- parSOM: Using Parallelism to Overcome Memory Latency in Self-Organizing Neural Networks.- Web-Based Cooperative Applications Track.- Towards an Execution System for Distributed Business Processes in a Virtual Enterprise.- Towards a Multi-layer Architecture for Scientific Virtual Laboratories.- Modelling Control Systems in an Event-Driven Coordination Language.- Ruling Agent Motion in Structured Environments.- Dynamic Reconfiguration in Coordination Languages.- Developing a Distributed Scalable Enterprise JavaBean Server.- CFMS A Collaborative File Management System on WWW.- Adding Flexibility in a Cooperative Workflow Execution Engine.- A Web-Based Distributed Programming Environment.- Computer Science Track.- Performance Analysis of Parallel N-Body Codes.- Interoperability Support in Distributed On-Line Monitoring Systems.- Using the SMiLE Monitoring Infrastructure to Detect and Lower the Inefficiency of Parallel Applications.- Run-Time Optimization Using Dynamic Performance Prediction.- Skel-BSP: Performance Portability for Skeletal Programming.- Self-Tuning Parallelism.- A Novel Distributed Algorithm for High-Throughput and Scalable Gossiping.- Parallel Access to Persistent Multidimensional Arrays from HPF Applications Using Panda.- High Level Software Synthesis of Affine Iterative Algorithms onto Parallel Architectures.- Run-Time Support to Register Allocation for Loop Parallelization of Image Processing Programs.- A Hardware Scheme for Data Prefetching.- A Java-Based Parallel Programming Support Environment.- A Versatile Support for Binding Native Code to Java.- Task Farm Computations in Java.- Simulating Job Scheduling for Clusters of Workstations.- A Compact, Thread-Safe Communication Library for Efficient Cluster Computing.- EPOS and Myrinet: Effective Communication Support for Parallel Applications Running on Clusters of Commodity Workstation.- Distributed Parallel Query Processing on Networks of Workstations.- Industrial and End-User Applications Track.- High Scalability of Parallel PAM-CRASH with a New Contact Search Algorithm.- Large-Scale Parallel Wave Propagation Analysis by GeoFEM.- Explicit Schemes Applied to Aeroacoustic Simulations The RADIOSS-CFD System.- Creating DEMO Presentations on the Base of Visualization Model.- Very Large Scale Vehicle Routing with Time Windows and Stochastic Demand Using Genetic Algorithms with Parallel Fitness Evaluation.- Extracting Business Benefit from Operational Data.- Considerations for Scalable CAE on the SGI ccNUMA Architecture.- An Automated Benchmarking Toolset.- Evaluation of an RCube-Based Switch Using a Real World Application.- MMSRS - Multimedia Storage and Retrieval System for a Distributed Medical Information System.- Posters.- Dynamically Transcoding Data Quality for Faster Web Access.- Easy Teach & Learn(R): A Web-Based Adaptive Middleware for Creating Virtual Classrooms.- A Beowulf Cluster for Computational Chemistry.- The APEmille Project.- A Distributed Medical Information System for Multimedia Data The First Year's Experience of the PARMED Project.- Airport Management Database in a Simulation Environment.- Different Strategies to Develop Distributed Objects Systems at University of La Laguna.- DESIREE: DEcision Support System for Inundation Risk Evaluation and Emergencies Management.- Database System for Large-Scale Simulations with Particle Methods.- Script Wrapper for Software Integration Systems.- Implementation of Nested Grid Scheme for Global Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of Astrophysical Rotating Plasmas.- Parallel Multi-grid Algorithm with Virtual Boundary Forecast Domain Decomposition Method for Solving Non-linear Heat Transfer Equation.- High Performance Computing on Boundary Element Simulations.- Study of Parallelization of the Training for Automatic Speech Recognition.- Parallelization of Image Compression on Distributed Memory Architecture.- Parallel DSMC on Shared and Hybrid Memory Multiprocessor Computers.- Population Growth in the Penna Model for Migrating Population.- Use of the Internet for Distributed Computing of Quantum Evolution.- Debugging MPI Programs with Array Visualization.- An Analytical Model for a Class of Architectures under Master-Slave Paradigm.- Dynamic Resource Discovery through MatchMaking.- A New Approach to the Design of High Performance Multiple Disk Subsystems: Dynamic Load Balancing Schemes.- Embarrassingly Parallel Applications on a Java Cluster.- A Revised Implicit Locking Scheme in Object-Oriented Database Systems.- Active Agents Programming in HARNESS.- Workshops.- LAWRA Workshop Linear Algebra with Recursive Algorithms http://lawra.uni-c.dk/lawra/.- Communicating Mobile Active Objects in Java.- A Service-Based Agent Framework for Distributed Symbolic Computation.- Performance Analysis of Java Using Petri Nets.- A Framework for Exploiting Object Parallelism in Distributed Systems.- Clustering SMP Nodes with the ATOLL Network: A Look into the Future of System Area Networks.- An Architecture for Using Multiple Communication Devices in a MPI Library.- Results of the One-Year Cluster Pilot Project.- Clusters and Grids for Distributed and Parallel Knowledge Discovery.

Produktinformationen

Titel: High-Performance Computing and Networking
Untertitel: 8th International Conference, HPCN Europe 2000 Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 8-10, 2000 Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783540675532
ISBN: 3540675531
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 744
Gewicht: 1107g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T39mm
Jahr: 2000
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2000

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