Second International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing : ISPDC 2003

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780769520698
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2003
  • Pages: 302

Table of Contents

Greetings from the chair
Program committee
Steering committee
A parallel implementation of Chebyshev preconditioned conjugate gradient method 1
tuBiG - a layered infrastructure to provide support for grid functionalities 9
Role activity diagrams as finite state processes 15
Efficient code generation for automatic parallelization and optimization 23
A new method to automatically compute processing times for random walks based distributed algorithms 31
Graphical design tool for parallel programs with execution control based on global application states 37
Strongly consistent global states detection using relative clock errors 43
Data dependence analysis for intra-register vectorization 50
A distributed platform based on web services for multimedia resource discovery 57
Performance analysis of speculative concurrency control algorithms based on wait depth limited for distributed database systems 64
Swarming agents for discovering clusters in spatial data 72
Near-optimal dynamic task scheduling of precedence constrained coarse-grained tasks onto a computational grid 80
Open eden : a portable fault tolerant CORBA architecture 88
A Java middleware platform for resource-aware distributed applications 96
A simple scheduling heuristic for heterogeneous computing environments 104
ESCC : a new deadline-driven extension of the SCC protocol 111
A negotiation protocol for database resource binding 117
Design of connection management module for MOM 123
Towards the parallel computing based on quality of service 131
A framework for self-optimizing, fault-tolerant, high performance bulk data transfers in a heterogeneous grid environment 137
Atomic operations for task scheduling for systems based on communication on-the-fly between SMP clusters 145
Architecture and implementation of a distributed reconfigurable metacomputer 153
The information gathering module of the WebCom-G operating system 159
Executing and visualizing high energy physics simulations with grid technologies 164
Proposal of an analytical solution for the load imbalance problem in parallel systems 170
An optimal algorithm of acknowledged broadcasting in ad hoc radio networks 178
OCEAN : the open computation exchange and arbitration network, a market approach to meta computing 185
A lost invalidation checking scheme for transaction consistency in mobile environments 193
Lightweight logging and recovery for distributed shared memory over virtual interface architecture 199
Parallel explicit state reachability analysis and state space construction 207
Resource performance management on computational grids 215
On the load distribution and performance of meta-computing systems 222
Modified algorithm for efficient reasoning in qualitative belief networks 230
Parallel performances of a multigrid poisson solver 238
Performance and cost effectiveness of a cluster of workstations and MD-GRAPE 2 for MD simulations 244
Dynamic SMP clusters with communication on the fly 250
Hardware-based power management for real-time applications 258
Code generation for semi-lagrangian formulations 266
Agent based dynamic recovery protocol in distributed databases 274
Fault injection into verilog models for dependability evaluation of digital systems 281
Author index 289
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