Scalable Information Systems: 4th International ICST Conference, INFOSCALE 2009, Hong Kong, June 10-11, 2009, Revised Selected Papers / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 4th International ICST Conference, INFOSCALE 2009, held in Hong Kong in June 2009.

Scalability has become a mainstream research area in computer science and information systems in view of the incessant growth of data and knowledge.

More than 60 manuscripts were submitted, and the program committee selected 22 papers for presentation on the conference and reproduction in this book. The papers focus on a wide range of scalability issues and new approaches to tackle problems arising from the ever growing size and complexity of information.

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A Fully Data-Driven Reconfigurable Architecture with Very Coarse-Grained-Execution Units Yuzhong Jiao Xin'an Wang Xuewen Ni 1

Identify Intimate Social Relationship in Blogsphere Li Han SongXiang Cen Jian Ma Yan Ma 14

Local vs. Global Scalability in Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks András Faragó 26

Measuring IP Address Fragmentation from BGP Routing Dynamics Xia Yin Xin Wu Zhiliang Wang 46

On Improving Network Locality in BitTorrent-Like Systems Yun-Chiu Ching Ching-Hsien Hsu Kuan-Ching Li 76

Parallel File Transfer for Grid Economic Chia-Wei Chu Ching-Hsien Hsu His-Ya Chang Shuen-Tai Wang Kuan-Ching Li 76

Performance Evaluation of Identity and Access Management Systems in Federated Environments Frank Schell Jochen Dinger Hannes Hartenstein 90

Power Consumption Optimization of MPI Programs on Multi-core Clusters Yen-Jun Chen Ching-Hsien Hsu Kuan-Ching Li Hsi- Ya Chang Shuen-Tai Wang 108

Scalable Workload Adaptation for Mixed Workload Baoning Niu Jian Shi 121

Tuning Performance of P2P Mesh Streaming System Using a Network Evolution Approach Rui Wang Depei Qian Danfeng Zhu Qinglin Zhu Zhongzhi Luan 135

HVS-Based Imperceptibility Evaluation for Steganography Ma Xiu-ying Lin Jia-jun 152

Hasten Dynamic Frame Slotted ALOHA Algorithm for Fast Identification in RFID System Siti M. Wasikon Mustafa M. Deris 162

A Lightweight Mechanism to Mitigate Application Layer DDoS Attacks Jie Yu Chengfang Fang Liming Lu Zhoujun Li 175

A Multidimensional Mapping Mechanism Based Secure Routing Method for DHT Zhixin Sun Kai Bu Ke Ding 192

A Practical OpenMP Implementation of Bit-Reversal for Fast Fourier Transform Tien-Hsiung Weng Sheng-Wei Huang Ruey-Kuen Perng Ching-Hsien Hsu Kuan-Ching Li 206

A Scalable, Vulnerability Modeling and Correlating Method for Network Security Xuejiao Liu Debao Xiao Nian Ma Jie Yu 217

A Self-adaptive Fault-Tolerant Mechanism in Wireless Sensor Networks Wei Xiao Ming Xu Yingwen Chen 228

CAWA: Continuous Approximate Where-About Queries Alexander Aved Kien A. Hua Antoniya Petkova 241

Chemical Compounds with Path Frequency Using Multi-Core Technology Kun-Ming Yu Yi-Yan Chang Jiayi Zhou Chun-Yuan Huang Whei-meih Chang Chun-Yuan Lin Chuan Yi Tang 258

Distance Dimension Reduction on QR Factorization for Efficient Clustering Semantic XML Document Using the QR Fuzzy C-Mean (QR-FCM) Hsu-Kuang Chang I-Chang Jou 272

Efficient Top-k Query Algorithms Using K-Skyband Partition Zhengiang Gong Guang-Zhong Sun Jing Yuan Yanjing Zhong 288

Using Multi-threading and Server Update Pushing to Improve the Performance of VNC for a Wall-Sized Tiled Display Wall Yong Liu John Markus Bjørndalen Otto J. Anshus 306

Author Index 323

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