Euro Par 98 Parallel Processing

4th International Euro-Par Conference, Southampton, Uk, September 1-4, 1998 Proceedings David Pritchard Jeff Reeve. White - Box Benchmarking Emilio Hernández1 and Tony Hey2 1 Departamento de Computación , Universidad Simón Bolívar ...

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Euro Par 99 Parallel Processing

In D. Pritchard and J. Reeve, editors, The Proceedings of the 4th International Euro-Par Conference on Parallel Processing (Euro-Par'98), LNCS 1470, pages 337–346, Southampton, UK, September 1998. Springer-Verlag. D. Culler, R. Karp, ...

Euro Par    99 Parallel Processing

Euro-Parisaninternationalconferencededicatedtothepromotionandadvan- ment of all aspects of parallel computing. The major themes can be divided into the broad categories of hardware, software, algorithms and applications for p- allel computing. The objective of Euro-Par is to provide a forum within which to promote the development of parallel computing both as an industrial te- nique and an academic discipline, extending the frontier of both the state of the art and the state of the practice. This is particularly important at a time when parallel computing is undergoing strong and sustained development and experiencing real industrial take-up. The main audience for and participants in Euro-Parareseenasresearchersinacademicdepartments,governmentlabora- ries and industrial organisations. Euro-Par’s objective is to become the primary choice of such professionals for the presentation of new results in their specic areas. Euro-Par is also interested in applications which demonstrate the e - tiveness of the main Euro-Par themes. There is now a permanent Web site for the series http://brahms. fmi. uni-passau. de/cl/europar where the history of the conference is described. Euro-Par is now sponsored by the Association of Computer Machinery and the International Federation of Information Processing. Euro-Par’99 The format of Euro-Par’99follows that of the past four conferences and consists of a number of topics eachindividually monitored by a committee of four. There were originally 23 topics for this year’s conference. The call for papers attracted 343 submissions of which 188 were accepted. Of the papers accepted, 4 were judged as distinguished, 111 as regular and 73 as short papers.

Euro Par 2000 Parallel Processing

[1] Workshop 10+17+21+22: Theory and Algorithms for Parallel Computation. Proc. Euro-Par'98, LNCS 1470, Springer Verlag, pp. 863-966 (1998) [2] Topic 12: Architectures and Algorithms for Vision and other Senses. Proc.

Euro Par 2000 Parallel Processing

Euro-Par – the European Conference on Parallel Computing – is an international conference series dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel computing. The major themes can be divided into the broad categories of hardware, software, algorithms, and applications for parallel computing. The objective of Euro-Par is to provide a forum within which to promote the dev- opment of parallel computing both as an industrial technique and an academic discipline, extending the frontier of both the state of the art and the state of the practice. This is particularlyimportant at a time when parallel computing is - dergoing strong and sustained development and experiencing real industrial take up. The main audience for and participants of Euro-Par are seen as researchers in academic departments, government laboratories, and industrial organisations. Euro-Par’s objective is to become the primarychoice of such professionals for the presentation of new results in their speci?c areas. Euro-Par is also interested in applications that demonstrate the e?ectiveness of the main Euro-Par themes. Euro-Par now has its own Internet domain with a permanent Web site where the historyof the conference series is described: http://www. euro-par. org. The Euro-Par conference series is sponsored bythe Association of Computer Machineryand the International Federation of Information Processing.

Recent Advances in Parallel Virtual Machine and Message Passing Interface

Euro-Par'98 Parallel Processing Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1740. Springer-Verlag, (1998) 480– 490. 2. Andonov R., Rajopadhye S.. Optimal Orthogonal Tiling of 2D Iterations. Journal of Parallel and Distributed computing, ...

Recent Advances in Parallel Virtual Machine and Message Passing Interface

Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) and Message Passing Interface (MPI) are the most frequently used tools for programming according to the message passing paradigm, which is considered one of the best ways to develop parallel applications. This volume comprises 42 revised contributions presented at the Seventh European PVM/MPI Users’ Group Meeting, which was held in Balatonfr ed, Hungary, 10 13 September 2000. The conference was organized by the Laboratory of Parallel and Distributed Systems of the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. This conference was previously held in Barcelona, Spain (1999), Liverpool, UK (1998) and Cracow, Poland (1997). The first three conferences were devoted to PVM and were held at the Technische Universit t M nchen, Germany (1996), Ecole Normale Superieure Lyon, France (1995), and University of Rome, Italy (1994). This conference has become a forum for users and developers of PVM, MPI, and other message passing environments. Interaction between those groups has proved to be very useful for developing new ideas in parallel computing and for applying existing ideas to new practical fields. The main topics of the meeting were evaluation and performance of PVM and MPI, extensions and improvements to PVM and MPI, algorithms using the message passing paradigm, and applications in science and engineering based on message passing. The conference included four tutorials and five invited talks on advances in MPI, cluster computing, network computing, grid computing, and SGI parallel computers and programming systems.

Euro Par 2001 Parallel Processing

Schimmler, M., Lang, H.-W.: The Instruction Systolic Array in Image Processing Applications, Proc. Europto 96, SPIE 2784 (1996) 136-144. Schmidt, B., Schimmler, M.: A Parallel Accelerator Architecture for Multimedia Video Compression, ...

Euro Par 2001 Parallel Processing

Euro-Par – the European Conference on Parallel Computing – is an international conference series dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel computing. The major themes can be divided into the broad categories of hardware, software, algorithms, and applications for parallel computing. The objective of Euro-Par is to provide a forum within which to promote the dev- opment of parallel computing both as an industrial technique and an academic discipline, extending the frontiers of both the state of the art and the state of the practice. This is particularlyimportant at a time when parallel computing is undergoing strong and sustained development and experiencing real ind- trial take up. The main audience for and participants in Euro-Par are seen as researchers in academic departments, government laboratories, and industrial organisations. Euro-Par aims to become the primarychoice of such professionals for the presentation of new results in their speci?c areas. Euro-Par is also int- ested in applications that demonstrate the e?ectiveness of the main Euro-Par themes. Euro-Par has its own Internet domain with a permanent web site where the historyof the conference series is described: http://www. euro-par. org. The Euro-Par conference series is sponsored bythe Association of Computer Machineryand the International Federation of Information Processing. Euro-Par 2001 Euro-Par 2001 was organised bythe Universityof Manchester and UMIST.

Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics

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Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics, PPAM 2003, held in Czestochowa, Poland, in September 2003. The 149 papers presented were carefully selected and improved during two rounds of reviewing and revision. The papers are organized in topical sections on parallel and distributed architectures, scheduling and load balancing, performance analysis and prediction, parallel and distributed non-numerical algorithms, parallel and distributed programming, tools and environments, applications, evolutionary computing, soft computing data and knowledge management, numerical methods and their applications, multi-dimensional systems, grid computing, heterogeneous platforms, high performance numerical computation, large-scale scientific computation, and bioinformatics applications.

Models for Parallel and Distributed Computation

In D. Pritchard and J. Reeve, editors, The Proceedings of the 4th International Euro-Par Conference on Parallel Processing (Euro-Par'98), LNCS 1470, pages 337–346, Southampton, UK, September 1998. Springer. R.P. Brent. The parallel ...

Models for Parallel and Distributed Computation

Parallel and distributed computation has been gaining a great lot of attention in the last decades. During this period, the advances attained in computing and communication technologies, and the reduction in the costs of those technolo gies, played a central role in the rapid growth of the interest in the use of parallel and distributed computation in a number of areas of engineering and sciences. Many actual applications have been successfully implemented in various plat forms varying from pure shared-memory to totally distributed models, passing through hybrid approaches such as distributed-shared memory architectures. Parallel and distributed computation differs from dassical sequential compu tation in some of the following major aspects: the number of processing units, independent local dock for each unit, the number of memory units, and the programming model. For representing this diversity, and depending on what level we are looking at the problem, researchers have proposed some models to abstract the main characteristics or parameters (physical components or logical mechanisms) of parallel computers. The problem of establishing a suitable model is to find a reasonable trade-off among simplicity, power of expression and universality. Then, be able to study and analyze more precisely the behavior of parallel applications.

Coordination Models and Languages

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Coordination Models and Languages

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages, COORDINATION 2006, held in Bologna, Italy, June 2006. The 17 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 50 submissions. Among the topics addressed are component connectors, negotiation in service-oriented computing, process algebraic specification, workflow patterns, reactive XML, ubiquitous coordination, type systems, ad-hoc network coordination, choreography, communication coordination, and distributed embedded systems.

Parallel Computing

2. Gropp, W., E. Lusk, and A. Skjellum, Using MPI. Portable Parallel Programming with the Message-Passing Interface (The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1994), Pp.1-169. 3. Pritchard, D. and J. Reeve (Eds.), Euro-Par'98 Parallel Processing.

Parallel Computing

This millennium will see the increased use of parallel computing technologies at all levels of mainstream computing. Most computer hardware will use these technologies to achieve higher computing speeds, high speed access to very large distributed databases and greater flexibility through heterogeneous computing. These developments can be expected to result in the extended use of all types of parallel computers in virtually all areas of human endeavour. Compute-intensive problems in emerging areas such as financial modelling and multimedia systems, in addition to traditional application areas of parallel computing such as scientific computing and simulation, will stimulate the developments. Parallel computing as a field of scientific research and development will move from a niche concentrating on solving compute-intensive scientific and engineering problems to become one of the fundamental computing technologies. This book gives a retrospective view of what has been achieved in the parallel computing field during the past three decades, as well as a prospective view of expected future developments. Contents: Invited PapersApplicationsAlgorithmsSystem Software and Hardware ArchitectureIndustrial PerspectiveExtended Abstracts Readership: Researchers in high-speed computing. Keywords:Computing Technologies;Algorithms;System Software;Hardware Architecture;High-Speed Computing

Vector and Parallel Processing VECPAR 2000

Cobra: A CORBA-compliant programming environment for high-performance computing. In David Protchard and Jeff Reeve, editors, Euro-Par'98 Parallel Processing, number 1470 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Southampton, UK, ...

Vector and Parallel Processing   VECPAR 2000

This book is the ?nal outcome of VECPAR 2000 – 4th International Meeting on Vector and Parallel Processing. VECPAR constitutes a series of conferences, which have been organized by the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto since 1993, with the main objective of disseminating new knowledge on parallel computing. Readership of This Book The book is aimed at an audience of researchers and graduate students in a broad range of scienti?c areas, including not only computer science, but also applied mathematics and numerical analysis, physics, and engineering. Book Plan From a total of 66 papers selected on the basis of extended abstracts for p- sentation at the conference, a subset of 34 papers were chosen during a second review process leading to their inclusion in the book, together with the invited talks. The book contains a total of 40 papers organized into 6 chapters, where each may appeal to people in di?erent but still related scienti?c areas. All ch- ters, with the exception of Chapter 6, are initiated by a short text, providing a quick overview of the organization and papers in the chapter. The 13 papers in Chapter 1 cover the aspects related to the use of multiple processors. Operating systems, languages and software tools for scheduling, and code transformation are the topics included in this chapter, initiated by the talk on computing over the Internet, entitled Grid Computing,byIan Foster.

Recent Advances in Parallel Virtual Machine and Message Passing Interface

5th European PVM/MPI Users' Group Meeting, Liverpool, UK, September 7-9, 1998, Proceedings European Pvm, Vassil Alexandrov, England) Mpi User's Group ... 1470 : D. Pritchard , J. Reeve ( Eds . ) , Euro - Par'98 : Parallel Processing .

Recent Advances in Parallel Virtual Machine and Message Passing Interface

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th European Meeting of the Parallel Virtual Machine and Message Passing Interface Users' Group, PVM/MPI '98, held in Liverpool, UK, in September 1998. The 49 contributed and invited papers presented were carefully reviewed and revised for inclusion in the volume. All current aspects of PVM and MPI are addressed. The papers are organized in topical sections on evaluation and performance, extensions and improvements, implementation issues, tools, and algorithms.

High Performance Computing and Networking

In Proceedings of Euro-Par'98 Parallel Processing/4th International Euro-Par Conference Southampton, volume 1470 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 206–215, UK, September 1998. Springer Verlag. 7. Ayal Itzkovitz, Assaf Schuster ...

High Performance Computing and Networking

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference on High-Performance Computing and Networking, HPCN Europe 2000, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in May 2000. The 52 revised full papers presented together with 34 revised posters were carefully reviewed for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in sections on problem solving environments, metacomputing, load balancing, numerical parallel algorithms, virtual enterprises and virtual laboratories, cooperation coordination, Web-based tools for tele-working, monitoring and performance, low-level algorithms, Java in HPCN, cluster computing, data analysis, and applications in a variety of fields.

Data Mining

In Parallel Computing, special issue on Parallel Data Intensive Computing, 28(5), 793-813. ... In Proceedings of 1998 International Parallel Processing Symposium, IEEE CS Press, pp. 573-579. ... Euro-Par '98 Parallel Processing, Vol.

Data Mining

Data Mining: Opportunities and Challenges presents an overview of the state of the art approaches in this new and multidisciplinary field of data mining. The primary objective of this book is to explore the myriad issues regarding data mining, specifically focusing on those areas that explore new methodologies or examine case studies. This book contains numerous chapters written by an international team of forty-four experts representing leading scientists and talented young scholars from seven different countries.

Computational Science ICCS 2001

In Proceedings of Euro-Par'98 Parallel Processing /4th International Euro-Par Conference Southampton, volume 1470 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 206–215, UK, September 1998. 7. Wolfgang Karl, Markus Leberecht, ...

Computational Science   ICCS 2001

LNCS volumes 2073 and 2074 contain the proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science, ICCS 2001, held in San Francisco, California, May 27-31, 2001. The two volumes consist of more than 230 contributed and invited papers that reflect the aims of the conference to bring together researchers and scientists from mathematics and computer science as basic computing disciplines, researchers from various application areas who are pioneering advanced application of computational methods to sciences such as physics, chemistry, life sciences, and engineering, arts and humanitarian fields, along with software developers and vendors, to discuss problems and solutions in the area, to identify new issues, and to shape future directions for research, as well as to help industrial users apply various advanced computational techniques.

SCI Scalable Coherent Interface

In D. Pritchard and J. Reeve, editors, Euro-Par'98 Parallel Processing, 4th International Euro-Par Conference, Southampton, UK, September 1-4, 1998 Proceedings, volume 1470 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Berlin, Sept. 1998.

SCI  Scalable Coherent Interface

Scalable Coherent Interface (SCI) is an innovative interconnect standard (ANSI/IEEE Std 1596-1992) addressing the high-performance computing and networking domain. This book describes in depth one specific application of SCI: its use as a high-speed interconnection network (often called a system area network, SAN) for compute clusters built from commodity workstation nodes. The editors and authors, coming from both academia and industry, have been instrumental in the SCI standardization process, the development and deployment of SCI adapter cards, switches, fully integrated clusters, and software systems, and are closely involved in various research projects on this important interconnect. This thoroughly cross-reviewed state-of-the-art survey covers the complete hardware/software spectrum of SCI clusters, from the major concepts of SCI, through SCI hardware, networking, and low-level software issues, various programming models and environments, up to tools and application experiences.

High Performance Computing for Geospatial Applications

Parallel Computing, 29, 1403–1418. https://doi.org/10.1016/j. parco.2003.05.002 Davy, J., & Essah, W. (1998). Generating parallel applications of spatial interaction models. In: Euro-Par'98 Parallel Processing (pp.136–145).

High Performance Computing for Geospatial Applications

This volume fills a research gap between the rapid development of High Performance Computing (HPC) approaches and their geospatial applications. With a focus on geospatial applications, the book discusses in detail how researchers apply HPC to tackle their geospatial problems. Based on this focus, the book identifies the opportunities and challenges revolving around geospatial applications of HPC. Readers are introduced to the fundamentals of HPC, and will learn how HPC methods are applied in various specific areas of geospatial study. The book begins by discussing theoretical aspects and methodological uses of HPC within a geospatial context, including parallel algorithms, geospatial data handling, spatial analysis and modeling, and cartography and geovisualization. Then, specific domain applications of HPC are addressed in the contexts of earth science, land use and land cover change, urban studies, transportation studies, and social science. The book will be of interest to scientists and engineers who are interested in applying cutting-edge HPC technologies in their respective fields, as well as students and faculty engaged in geography, environmental science, social science, and computer science.

Annual Review of Scalable Computing

Programming cellular automata algorithms on parallel computers. ... Easy-to-use object-oriented parallel processing with Mentat. IEEE Computer, 39-51, ... Proceedings Euro-Par'98 - Parallel Processing, LNCS 1470, pages 659–668, 1998.

Annual Review of Scalable Computing

Continuing the Series on Scalable Computing launched in 1999, this volume presents five articles reviewing significant current developments in the field. The topics include the collaborative activities support system, parallel languages, Internet Java, the multithreaded dataflow machine, and task allocation algorithms. Contents:Coordination in Collaborative ActivitiesAdvances in Programming Languages for Parallel ComputingJAVM: Internet-Based Parallel Computing Using JavaDatarol: A Parallel Machine Architecture for Fine-Grain MultithreadingStatic Task Scheduling and Allocation Algorithms Readership: Researchers and educators in supercomputing and parallel computing. Keywords:Coordination;Collaborative Activities;Datarol;GRID;Java;Parallel Languages;Task Scheduling

Annual Review of Scalable Computing

Programming cellular automata algorithms on parallel computers . ... Easy - to - use object - oriented parallel processing with Mentat . ... Pro- ceedings Euro - Par'98 -Parallel Processing , LNCS 1470 , pages 659-668 , 1998 .

Annual Review of Scalable Computing

Continuing the Series on Scalable Computing launched in 1999, this volume presents five articles reviewing significant current developments in the field. The topics include the collaborative activities support system, parallel languages, Internet Java, the multithreaded dataflow machine, and task allocation algorithms.

Operations Research Proceedings 2003

However, also in this figure, we see that the rule checking by constraint logic programming cannot have a performance as good as the C++ rule checking. ... Euro-Par'98 Parallel Processing: 4th International Euro-Par Conference, 1998. 3.

Operations Research Proceedings 2003

This volume contains a selection of papers referring to lectures presented at the symposium "Operations Research 2003" (OR03) held at the Ruprecht Karls-Universitiit Heidelberg, September 3 - 5, 2003. This international con ference took place under the auspices of the German Operations Research So ciety (GOR) and of Dr. Erwin Teufel, prime minister of Baden-Wurttemberg. The symposium had about 500 participants from countries all over the world. It attracted academians and practitioners working in various field of Opera tions Research and provided them with the most recent advances in Opera tions Research and related areas in Economics, Mathematics, and Computer Science. The program consisted of 4 plenary and 13 semi-plenary talks and more than 300 contributed papers selected by the program committee to be presented in 17 sections. Due to a limited number of pages available for the proceedings volume, the length of each article as well as the total number of accepted contributions had to be restricted. Submitted manuscripts have therefore been reviewed and 62 of them have been selected for publication. This refereeing procedure has been strongly supported by the section chairmen and we would like to express our gratitude to them. Finally, we also would like to thank Dr. Werner Muller from Springer-Verlag for his support in publishing this proceedings volume.

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