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Euro-Par 2001 Parallel Processing : 7th International Euro-Par Conference, Manchester, UK, August 28-31, 2001: Proceedings :  7th International Euro-Par Conference, Manchester, UK, August 28-31, 2001: Proceedings - Rizos Sakellariou

Euro-Par 2001 Parallel Processing : 7th International Euro-Par Conference, Manchester, UK, August 28-31, 2001: Proceedings

7th International Euro-Par Conference, Manchester, UK, August 28-31, 2001: Proceedings

By: Rizos Sakellariou (Editor), John Keane (Editor), John Gurd (Editor), Len Freeman (Editor)

Paperback Published: October 2001
ISBN: 9783540424956
Number Of Pages: 950

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Parallel Computing, Euro-Par 2001, held in Manchester, UK in August 2001. The 69 revised regular papers and 39 research notes presented together with five invited contributions were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 207 submissions. All aspects of parallel computing and its applications are addressed. There is section on tools and environments, performance evaluation, scheduling and load balancing, compilers, databases and knowledge discovery, complexity theory, high-performance computing applications, architecture, distributed systems and algorithms, programming, numerical algorithms, routing and interconnection networks, cluster computing, metacomputing and grid computing, parallel and distributed embedded systems, etc.

The Anatomy of the Grid: Enabling Scalable Virtual Organizationsp. 1
Software Component Technology for High Performance Parallel and Grid Computingp. 5
Macro- and Micro-parallelism in a DBMSp. 6
An Introduction to the Gilgamesh PIM Architecturep. 16
High Performance Computing and Trends: Connecting Computational Requirements with Computing Resourcesp. 33
Support Tools and Environmentsp. 34
Dynamic Performance Tuning Environmentp. 36
Self-Organizing Hierarchical Cluster Timestampsp. 46
A Tool for Binding to Threads Processorsp. 57
VizzScheduler - A Framework for the Visualization of Scheduling Algorithmsp. 62
A Distributed Object Infrastructure for Interaction and Steeringp. 67
Checkpointing Facility on a Metasystemp. 75
Optimising the MPI Library for the T3Ep. 80
Performance Evaluation and Predictionp. 84
Optimal Polling for Latency-Throughput Tradeoffs in Queue-Based Network Interfaces for Clustersp. 86
Performance Prediction of Oblivious BSP Programsp. 96
Performance Prediction of Data-Dependent Task Parallel Programsp. 106
The Tuning Problem on Pipelinesp. 117
The Hardware Performance Monitor Toolkitp. 122
VIA Communication Performance on a Gigabit Ethernet Clusterp. 132
Performance Analysis of Intel's MMX and SSE: A Case Studyp. 142
Group-Based Performance Analysis for Multithreaded SMP Cluster Applicationsp. 148
Scheduling and Load Balancingp. 154
ON Minimising the Processor Requirements of LogP Schedulesp. 156
Exploiting Unused Time Slots in List Scheduling Considering Communication Contentionp. 166
An Evaluation of Partitioners for Parallel SAMR Applicationsp. 171
Load Balancing on Networks with Dynamically Changing Topologyp. 175
A Fuzzy Load Balancing Service for Network Computing Based on Jinip. 183
Approximation Algorithms for Scheduling Independent Malleable Tasksp. 191
The Way to Produce the Quasi-workload in a Clusterp. 198
Compilers for High Performancep. 204
Handling Irreducible Loops: Optimized Node Splitting vs. DJ-Graphsp. 207
Load Redundancy Eliminations on Executable Codep. 221
Loop-Carried Code Placementp. 230
Using a Swap Instruction to Coalesce Loads and Storesp. 235
Data-Parallel Compiler Support for Multipartitioningp. 241
Cache Models for Iterative Compilationp. 254
Data Sequence Locality: A Generalization of Temporal Localityp. 262
Efficient Dependence Analysis for Java Arraysp. 273
Parallel and Distributed Databases, Data Mining and Knowledge Discoveryp. 278
An Experimental Performance Evaluation of Join Algorithms for Parallel Object Databasesp. 280
A Classification of Skew Effects in Parallel Database Systemsp. 291
Improving Concurrency Control in Distributed Databases with Predeclared Tablesp. 301
Parallel Tree Projection Algorithm for Sequence Miningp. 310
Parallel Pruning for K-Means Clustering on Shared Memory Architecturesp. 321
Experiments in Parallel Clustering with DBSCANp. 326
Complexity Theory and Algorithmsp. 332
Beyond External Computing: Analysis of the Cycle Structure of Permutationsp. 333
Heaps Are Better than Buckets: Parallel Shortest Paths on Unbalanced Graphsp. 343
Efficient Synchronization of Asynchronous Processesp. 352
Applications on High-Performance Computersp. 358
Scanning Biosequence Databases on a Hybrid Parallel Architecturep. 360
A Parallel Computation of Power System Equationsp. 371
Level-3 Trigger for a Heavy Ion Experiment at LHCp. 375
Experiences in Using MPI-IO on Top of GPES for the IFS Weather Forecast Codep. 380
Instruction-Level Parallelism and Computer Architecturep. 385
Branch Prediction Using Profile Datap. 386
An Efficient Indirect Branch Predictorp. 394
The Behavior of Efficient Virtual Machine Interpreters on Modern Architecturesp. 403
Improving Conditional Branch Prediction on Speculative Multithreading Architecturesp. 413
Instruction Wake-Up in Wide Issue Superscalarsp. 418
Execution Latency Reduction via Variable Latency Pipeline and Instruction Reusep. 428
Memory Bandwidth: The True Bottleneck of SIMD Multimedia Performance on an Superscalar Processorp. 439
Macro Extension for SIMD Processingp. 448
Performances of a Dynamic Threads Schedulerp. 452
Distributed Systems and Algorithmsp. 457
Self-stabilizing Neighborhood Unique Naming under Unfair Schedulerp. 458
Event List Management in Distributed Simulationp. 466
Performance Evaluation of Plausible Clocksp. 476
Building TMR-Based Reliable Servers Despite Bounded Input Lifetimesp. 482
Fractional Weighted Reference Countingp. 486
Parallel Programming: Models, Methods and Programming Languagesp. 491
Accordion Clocks: Logical Clocks for Data Race Detectionp. 494
Partial Evaluation of Concurrent Programsp. 504
A Transparent Operating System Infrastructure for Embedding Adaptability to Thread-Based Programming Modelsp. 514
Nepal - Nested Data Parallelism in Haskellp. 524
Introduction of Static Load Balancing in Incremental Parallel Programmingp. 535
A Component Framework for HPC Applicationsp. 540
Towards Formally Refining BSP Barriers into Explicit Two - Sided Communicationsp. 549
Solving Bi-knapsack Problem Using Tiling Approach for Dynamic Programmingp. 560
Numerical Algorithmsp. 566
Parallel Implementation of a Block Algorithm for Matrix 1-Norm Estimationp. 568
Eigenvalue Spectrum Estimation and Photonic Crystalsp. 578
Polynomial Preconditioning for Specially Structured Lienar Systems of Equationsp. 587
Parallel Application of a Novel Domain Decomposition Preconditioner for the Stable Finite Element Solution of Three-Dimensional Convection-Dominated PDEsp. 592
Performance of High-Accuracy PDE Solvers on a Self-Optimizing NUMA Architecturep. 602
Routing and Communication in Interconnection Networksp. 611
An Analytical Model of Deterministic Routing in the Presence of Hot-Spot Trafficp. 613
Improving the Accuracy of Reliability Models for Direct Interconnection Networksp. 621
On Deadlock Frequency during Dynamic Reconfiguration in NOWsp. 630
Analysis of Broadcast Communication in 2D Torip. 639
Optimal Many-to-One Routing on the Mesh with Constant Queuesp. 645
Multimedia and Embedded Systemsp. 651
A Software Architecture for User Transparent Parallel Image Processing on MIMD Computersp. 653
A Case Study of Load Distribution in Parallel View Frustum Culling and Collision Detectionp. 663
Parallelisable Zero-Tree Image Coding with Significance Mapsp. 674
Performance of the Complex Streamed Instruction Set on Image Processing Kernelsp. 678
A Two Dimensional Vector Architecture for Multimediap. 687
Multiprocessor Clustering for Embedded Systemsp. 697
Cluster Computingp. 702
Prioritizing Network Event Handling in Clusters of Workstationsp. 704
Fault Tolerance for Cluster Computing Based on Functional Tasksp. 712
PAPI Message Passing Library: Comparison of Performance in User and Kernel Level Messagingp. 717
Implementing Java on Clustersp. 722
Predictive Coscheduling Implementation in a Non-dedicated Linux Clusterp. 732
Self-Adjusting Scheduling of Master-Worker Applications on Distributed Clustersp. 742
Smooth and Efficient Integration of High-Availability in a Parallel Single Level Store Systemp. 752
Optimal Scheduling of Aperiodic Jobs on Clusterp. 764
HMM: A Cluster Membership Servicep. 773
Dynamic Processor Allocation in Large Mesh-Connected Multicomputersp. 783
A New Communication Mechanism for Cluster Computingp. 793
Isolated Dynamic Clusters for Web Hostingp. 801
Metacomputing and Grid Computingp. 805
Cactus Application: Performance Predictions in Grid Environmentsp. 807
Cactus Grid Computing: Review of Current Developmentp. 817
UNICORE: A Grid Computing Environmentp. 825
Portable Parallel CORBA Objects: An Appraoch to Combine Parallel and Distributed Programming for Grid Computingp. 835
CORBA Lightweight Components: A Model for Distributed Component-Based Heterogeneous Computationp. 845
Building Computational Communities from Federated Resourcesp. 855
Scalable Causal Message Logging for Wide-Area Environmentsp. 864
From Cluster Monitoring to Grid Monitoring Based on GRMp. 874
Use of Agent-Based Service Discovery for Resource Management in Metacomputing Environmentp. 882
Parallel I/O and Storage Technologyp. 887
Optimal Partitioning for Efficient I/O in Spatial Databasesp. 889
Improving Network Performance by Efficiently Dealing with Short Control Messages in Fibre Channel SANsp. 901
Improving MPI-I/O Performance on PVFSp. 911
Problem Solving Environmentsp. 916
Remote Visualization of Distributed Electro-Magnetic Simulationsp. 918
Solving Initial Value Problems with Parallel Maple Processesp. 926
Design of Problem-Solving Environment for Contingent Claim Valuationp. 935
Author Indexp. 939
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ISBN: 9783540424956
ISBN-10: 3540424954
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 950
Published: October 2001
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 4.9
Weight (kg): 1.34

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