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High-Performance Computing and Networking: 9th International Conference, HPCN Europe 2001, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 25-27, 2001, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on High-Performance Computing and Networking, HPCN Europe 2001, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in June 2001.
The 67 revised papers and 15 posters presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of almost 200 submissions. Among the areas covered are Web/grid applications of HPCN, end user applications, computational science, computer science, and ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on High-Performance Computing and Networking, HPCN Europe 2001, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in June 2001.
The 67 revised papers and 15 posters presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of almost 200 submissions. Among the areas covered are Web/grid applications of HPCN, end user applications, computational science, computer science, and Java in HPCN.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540422938
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 6/27/2001
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #2110
  • Edition description: 2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 738
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.48 (d)

Table of Contents

Web- and Grid-Based Applications.- A Virtual Data Grid for LIGO.- A Multidisciplinary Scientific Data Portal.- Migratable Sockets for Dynamic Load Balancing.- Toward Realizable Restricted Delegation in Computational Grids1.- Profiling Facility on a Metasystem.- Utilizing Supercomputer Power from Your Desktop.- Tertiary Storage System for Index-Based Retrieving of Video Sequences.- Data and Metadata Collections for Scientific Applications.- The VLAM-G Abstract Machine: A Data and Process Handling System on the Grid.- Optimal Caching Policies for Web Objects.- A Computational Web Portal for the Distributed Marine Environment Forecast System.- Role of Aging, Frequency, and Size in Web Cache Replacement Policies.- A Java-Based Model of Resource Sharing among Independent Users on the Internet.- The GRB Library: Grid Computing with Globus in C.- Certificate Use for Supporting Merging and Splitting of Computational Environments?.- Data Management for Grid Environments.- Mobile Agents for Distributed and Dynamically Balanced Optimization Applications.- End User Applications.- A Comparison of Three Parallel Algorithms for 3D Reconstruction.- Parallel 3D Adaptive Compressible Navier-Stokes Solver in GeoFEM with Dynamic Load-Balancing by DRAMA Library.- Parallel Models for Reactive Scattering Calculations.- The Use of Intrinsic Properties of Physical System for Derivation of High-Performance Computational Algorithms.- Parallel DEM Simulations of Granular Materials.- A Generic Support for Distributed Deliberations.- Using Streaming and Parallelization Tecniques for 3D Visualization in a High Performance Computing and Networking Environment.- Performance Evaluation of Parallel GroupBy-Before-Join Query Processing in High Performance Database Systems.- Design and Implementation of an RPC-Based ARC Kernel.- Computer Science.- Application-Controlled Coherence Prools for Scope Consistent Software DSMs.- Source Code and Task Graphs in Program Optimization.- Event Manipulation for Nondeterministic Shared-Memory Programs.- An Open Distributed Shared Memory System1.- Two Layers Distributed Shared Memory.- Influence of Compiler Optimizations on Value Prediction.- Experiments with Sequential Prefetching.- Code Positioning for VLIW Architectures.- Selective Register Renaming: A Compiler-Driven Approach to Dynamic Register Renamin.- An Adaptive Space-Sharing Policy for Heterogeneous Parallel Systems.- Orthogonal Processor Groups for Message-Passing Programs.- Scheduling Task Graphs on Arbitrary Processor Architectures Considering Contention.- PIO: Parallel I/O System for Massively Parallel Processors.- Fast “Short” Messages on a Linux Cluster.- Computational Science.- Efficient Monte Carlo Linear Solver with Chain Reduction and Optimization Using PLFG.- On-Line Tool Support for Parallel Applications.- Cluster Computation for Flood Simulations1.- Advanced Library Support for Irregular and Out-of-Core Parallel Computing.- A Parallel ADI Method for Linear and Non-linear Equations.- Study of the Parallel Block One-Sided Jacobi Method?.- A Practical Approach to Efficient Use of Heterogeneous PC Network for Parallel Mathematical Computation.- An Hierarchical MPI Communication Model for the Parallelized Solution of Multiple Integrals.- Impact of Data Distribution on Performance of Irregular Reductions on Multithreaded Architectures?.- Implementing and Benchmarking Derived Datatypes in Metacomputing.- MPC++ Performance for Commodity Clustering.- Dynamic Instrumentation and Performance Prediction of Application Execution.- Improving Load Balancing in a Parallel Cluster Environment Using Mobile Agents.- Posters.- Simulation and 3D Visualization of Bioremediation Interventions in Polluted Soils.- Resource Planning in Converged Networks.- Parallelization of the STEM-II Air Quality Model.- Simulating Parallel Architectures with BSPlab.- A Blocking Algorithm for FFT on Cache-Based Processors.- Monte Carlo Simulations of a Biaxial Liquid Crystal Model Using the Condor Processing System.- Generic Approach to the Design of Simulation- Visualization Complexes.- On Parallel Programming Language Caper.- Increased Efficiency of Parallel Calculations of Fragment Molecular Orbitals by Using Fine-Grained Parallelization on a HITACHI SR8000 Supercomputer.- Customer-Centered Models for Web-Sites and Intra-Nets.- A Prototype for a Distributed Image Retrieval System.- Data-Object Oriented Design for Distributed Shared Memory1.- Using Virtual User Account System for Managing Users Account in Polish National Cluster.- Performance Evaluation of XTP and TCP Transport Prools for Reliable Multicast Communications.- Parallelization of the Continuous Global Optimization Problem with Inequality Constraints by Using Interval Arithmetic?.- Workshops.- A Distributed Platform with Features for Supporting Dynamic and Mobile Resources.- Implementing an Efficient Java Interpreter.- Efficient Dispatch of Java Interface Methods.- Implementation of a CORBA-Based Metacomputing System?.- JOINT: An Object Oriented Message Passing Interface for Parallel Programming in Java.- A Framework for Opportunistic Cluster Computing Using JavaSpaces1).- Scientific Computation with JavaSpaces.- Computational Communities: A Marketplace for Federated Resources.- A Compiler Infrastructure for High-Performance Java?.- Optimizing Java-Specific Overheads: Java at the Speed of C?.- Combining Batch and Streaming Paradigms for Metacomputing Applications.- Identification and Quantification of Hotspots in Java Grande Programs.- HEPGRID2001: A Model of a Virtual Data Grid Application.- Grid Services for Fast Retrieval on Large Multidimensional Databases.

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