High-performance computing and networking (HPCN) is driven by several initiatives in Europe, the United States, and Japan. In Europe several groups encouraged the Commission of the European Communities to start an HPCN programme. This two-volume work presents the proceedings of HPCN Europe 1994. Volume 1 includes sections on: keynote talks, HPCN and visualization in industry, algorithms for engineering applications, electrical computer-aided engineering, computational fluid dynamics, computational chemistry, materials science, weather simulations, environmental applications and climate, high-energy physics and astrophysics, neuroscience and neural networks, and database applications.
Information processing and opportunities for HPCC use in industry.- Information superhighways - Does Europe need them, can Europe build them?.- Simulation of metal forming processes with respect to MPP-systems.- High image quality rendering on scalable parallel systems.- Parallel processing in high integrity aircraft engine control.- An embedded solution using high performance computing for cost effective on-line real-time monitoring of industrial processes.- EUROPORT - ESPRIT European porting projects.- Communication requirements in parallel crashworthiness simulation.- PAFEC-FE a commercial parallel finite element package.- Solving large-scale nonnormal eigenproblems in the aeronautical industry using parallel BLAS.- Supercomputing on a workstation cluster: A parallelized lattice-gas solver for transient navier-stokes-flow.- Parallel techniques for large-scale nonlinear network optimization.- Experiences concerning the parallelization of the finite element code smart.- Elektrosmog & electromagnetic CAD.- Three-dimensional simulation of semiconductor devices.- A distributed automatic test pattern generation system.- Distributed logic simulation a test environment for the evaluation of different approaches.- Modelling hierarchy as guideline for parallel simulation.- Large implicit finite element simulations of time-dependent incompressible flows on scalable parallel systems.- Parallel simulation of reacting flows using detailed chemistry.- Unstructured computational fluid dynamics on massively-parallel SIMD-systems.- An advanced parallel multiblock code for the solution of 2D flow-fields.- Parallel multigrid results for Euler equations and grid partitioning into a large number of blocks.- Parallel distributed implementations of 2D explicit euler solvers.- A parallel multiblock Euler/Navier-Stokes solver on a cluster of workstations using PVM.- Parallelization of a 3D multi-block Navier-Stokes flow solver on a distributed memory MIMD machine.- Porting of a three-dimensional Navier-Stokes solver to a range of parallel computers and a network of workstations.- Lattice gas automata and molecular dynamics on a network of computers.- Parallel scalar optimized direct simulation Monte Carlo method for rarefied flows on the SP-1.- Modern quantum mechanical techniques and computations on the electronic structure of polymers.- Object oriented simulation software for drug design.- Mapping strategies for sequential sequence comparison algorithms on LAN-based message passing architectures.- Parallel computing in quantum chemistry - message passing and beyond for a general ab initio program system.- Solving dynamic and quantum chemical problems with the help of concurrent processors.- Intelligent software: The OpenMol program.- Parallel molecular dynamics simulation of commercial surfactants.- Computer simulations of molecular collision processes.- Parallel processing for generating large molecular databases.- Applications of parallel constraint logic programming to molecular biology and genetics.- Simulating biological evolution on a parallel computer.- Supercomputing in polymer research.- Parallel finite element algorithms applied to polymer flow.- Performance of a molecular-dynamics algorithm on Connection Machines CM-200 and CM-5.- Parallel molecular dynamics simulations of liquid and amorphous metals.- Computational materials science from first principles.- Automatic parallelization of a crystal growth simulation program for distributed-memory systems.- A parallel molecular-dynamics simulation of crystal growth at a cluster of workstations.- Simulated Annealing for N-body systems.- The message passing version of ECMWF's weather forecast model.- Parallel computing for weather prediction.- Parallelization of a mesoscale model of atmospheric circulation - An object-oriented approach.- Parallelization of scientific applications: Data assimilation in meteorology.- Parallelization of large scale ocean models by data decomposition.- Simulation of tidal flows for Southern North Sea and sediment transports for Western Scheldt estuary on parallel computers.- A sequential-parallel approach for coupling chemistry and transport in groundwater quality modelling.- Supporting an oil reservoir simulator in a distributed memory environment.- The parallelisation of the AEA probabilistic safety assessment program, MASCOT.- Monte Carlo simulations of lattice gauge theories on multiprocessor systems.- The formation of galaxies: A challenge for supercomputers - a simple task for GRAPE?.- Parallel magnetohydrodynamics on the CM-5.- First results from the parallelisation of CERN's NA48 simulation program.- Software package for reflection high energy electron diffraction beam intensity measurement and analysis system.- Conceiving computationally intensive approaches to vision.- A Transputer based visually guided robot system using neuro-control.- A scalable performance prediction method for parallel neural network simulations.- PREENS, a Parallel Research Execution Environment for Neural Systems.- Parallel implementation of control tasks for an automated stereo camera mount.- Simulating neural networks on telmat T-node.- A genetic algorithm for grammatical inference.- A massively parallel implementation of the full search vector quantization algorithm.- Commercial database applications on parallel systems.- Evaluation of high performance parallel database machines.- A free-text retrieval index-server on a massively parallel machine.- Large scale data management and massively parallel architectures in Automatic Fingerprint Recognition.- PARCS: Parallel Picture Archiving and Communication System.- The performance of a parallel scheme using the divide-and-conquer method.
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science : Book 1
Number Of Pages: 461
Published: 7th April 1994
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.68