Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems    (PDCS 2003)

November 3 – 5, 2003
Marina del Rey, USA
Editor(s): T. Gonzalez
950 pages
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Track Grid Computing FreeSubscription
392-016 Divisible Load Scheduling for Grid Computing
D. Yu and T.G. Robertazzi (USA)
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392-049 Data Intensive Grid Scheduling: Multiple Sources with Capacity Constraints
H.M. Wong (Singapore), D. Yu (USA), B. Veeravalli (Singapore), and T.G. Robertazzi (USA)
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392-062 Comparison of Centralized and Decentralized Service Discovery in a Grid Environment
S.A. Ludwig (UK)
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392-078 Monitoring and Modeling Performance of Communications in Computational Grids
M.A. Frumkin and T.T. Le (USA)
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392-229 Reliable Multicast Protocols for Java-based Grid Middleware Platforms
G. Fortino, W. Russo, and E. Zimeo (Italy)
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392-231 Using Grid Benchmarks for Dynamic Scheduling of Grid Applications
M. Frumkin and R. Hood (USA)
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Track Routing Techniques FreeSubscription
392-009 A Fault-tolerant Routing Strategy for Complete Josephus Cubes
P.K.K. Loh and W.J. Hsu (Singapore)
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392-023 Disjoint Paths in Metacube
Y. Li, S. Peng, and W. Chu (Japan)
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392-025 Larger Application Specific Permutation Networks for SIMD DSPs
T. Dräger, M.J. Bronzel, and G.P. Fettweis (Germany)
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392-032 "BMESH" Box-based Reconfigurable Mesh Architecture
M.R. Salehnamadi (Iran)
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392-153 Efficient Algorithms for Single Link Failure Recovery and Its Application to ATM Networks
A.M. Bhosle and T.F. Gonzalez (USA)
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392-157 Multicasting using WDM in Multifiber Optical Star Networks
R. Brandt and T.F. Gonzalez
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392-168 A Link-disjointed Primary-backup Approach for Resorting Real-time 2-D Mesh Networks
H.-Y. Tu (USA)
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392-189 An Optimal Fault-tolerant Broadcasting Algorithm in Voronoï Cellular Networks
A.-E. Baert and D. Semé (France)
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392-201 Finding Two Disjoint Paths in a Network with Min-Min Objective Function
B. Yang, S.Q. Zheng, and S. Katukam (USA)
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392-220 Self-correcting Broadcast in Distributed Hash Tables
A. Ghodsi, L.O. Alima, S. El-Ansary, P. Brand, and S. Haridi (Sweden)
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392-234 Stable iBGP through Selective Path Dissemination
R. Musunuri and J.A. Cobb (USA)
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Track Parallel I/O and Distributed Data FreeSubscription
392-036 A New Parallel CBF Method for Shared-Nothing Cluster-based Architecture
J.-W. Chang and Y.-K. Kim (Korea)
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392-127 A Multithread NFS Client Architecture for the Multimedia Cluster Generation
T. Olivares, T. Cortes, L. Orozco-Barbosa, F.J. Quiles, and A. Garrido (Spain)
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392-154 Adaptive File-grain Distribution in a Cluster File System
Q. Huang, W. Zheng, G. Yang, Y. Wu, and M. Shen (PRC)
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392-186 Towards an Autonomic Storage System to Improve Parallel I/O
F. Hidrobo and T. Cortes (Spain)
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Track Distributed Computing FreeSubscription
392-015 Transversal Merge Operation and Nondominated Grid Coteries
T. Harada and M. Yamashita (Japan)
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392-020 Enumerating Global States of a Distributed Computation
V.K. Garg (USA)
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392-074 Group k-Mutual Exclusion for Distributed Systems
J.-R. Jiang (Taiwan)
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392-097 An Optimal Byzantine Agreement Algorithm with Arbitrary Node and Link Failures
M. Biely (Switzerland)
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392-102 Near-optimal Distributed Failure Circumscription
J. Beal (USA)
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392-139 Prioritized h-Out of -k Mutual Exclusion for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks and Distributed Systems
J.-R. Jiang (Taiwan)
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392-166 A Request-based Self-stabilizing Token Passing
J. Kiniwa (Japan)
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392-232 Distributed Mutual Exclusion
N. Soundarajan and T.-H. Lai (USA)
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392-257 Time-compatibility of a Workflow System
Z. Shan and T.-Y. Cheung (PRC)
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Track Wireless Networks FreeSubscription
392-047 Power Aware Middleware
G. Kaefer, J. Haid, R. Schenner, and R. Weiss (Austria)
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392-185 Location Pre-query Approach to IP Mobility
X. He, Y. Jia, and Z. Lei
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392-196 A Software Monitoring Tool for Data Management on Mobile Devices
Y. Liu and D. Hart (USA)
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392-199 An Enhancement of IEEE 802.11 for Efficient Operations in MANET
A. Chayabejara, S.M.S. Zabir, and N. Shiratori (Japan)
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392-206 Connection Availability Model for Mobile AD Hoc Networks using Reactive Routing Protocols
D. Trajanov, S. Filiposka, and A. Grnarov (Macedonia)
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392-214 An Improved Mechanism to Detect Wireless Network Failures from MPI-2 Programs
E.M. Macías and Á. Suárez (Spain)
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392-216 An Approach for Efficient TCP Flow Control over Wireless Links
S.M.S. Zabir and N. Shiratori (Japan)
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392-218 A Proactive Buffering Scheme to Improve Macro-mobility over Mobile IP
A. Khan, S.M.S. Zabir, and N. Shiratori (Japan)
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392-248 Improving the Accuracy of Cell-based Positioning for Wireless Networks
R.-H. Jan, H.-C. Chu, and Y.-F. Lee (Taiwan)
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392-254 Improvement of Robustness for Ad Hoc Networks through Energy-Aware Routing
V. Venugopal, R. Bartoš, M.J. Carter, and S.S. Mupparapu (USA)
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Track Load Balancing FreeSubscription
392-156 A Static Load Balancing Algorithm via Virtual Routing
Z. Zeng and B. Veeravalli (Singapore)
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392-170 Multiple Grouping for the Load Balance of a Web-cluster System
Y.-W Bai and C.-Y. Chen (Taiwan)
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392-192 An Adaptive Load Balancing Technique for Distributed Virtual Environment Systems
P. Morillo, J.M. Orduña, M. Fernández, and J. Duato (Spain)
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392-207 The Evaluation of Dynamic Load Balancing Algorithm on RHiNET-2
A. Kitamura, K. Watanabe, T. Otsuka, and H. Amano (Japan)
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392-210 Load Balancing Detecting Battery Energy Level and Wireless Beacon Strength
D. Sánchez, E.M. Macías, and Á. Suárez (Spain)
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392-244 Enhancing Grid Utilization by Splitting and Merging Processes of a Job
K. Kiran and V. Sridhar (India)
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392-269 Load Balancing in Distributed Adaptive Task Partitioning
C. Achalla, K. Kaugars, and E. de Doncker (USA)
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Track Programming Languages and Systems FreeSubscription
392-068 Distributed Execution of Multidimensional Programming Languages
B. Lu, P. Grogono, and J. Paquet (Canada)
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392-070 Assessment of SequenceL as a High-level Parallel Programming Language
P. Andersen and D.E. Cooke (USA)
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392-085 Meta Process Model: A New Distributed Shared Memory Programming Model
H. Midorikawa (Japan)
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392-086 Lilytask Programming Model and Its Implementations on SMP & Cluster
T. Wang, N. Di, J. Shen, and Y. Tang (PRC)
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Track Compiler and Run-Time Support FreeSubscription
392-019 Garbage Collection for Memory-constrained Java Virtual Machines
T.S. Abdelrahman and S.R. Pande (Canada)
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392-022 A Device Level Communication Library for the HPJava Programming Language
S.B. Lim, B. Carpenter, G. Fox, and H.-K. Lee (USA)
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392-058 Design of a Compiler Framework in the GIPSY System
A.H. Wu, J. Paquet, and P. Grogono (Canada)
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392-179 Modeling and Retiming Non-uniform Acyclic Loops
P. Xue, H. Bui, A. Joseph, and N.L. Passos (USA)
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392-236 Tiled Code Generation Method for Optimal DOALL Parallel Processing
S. Lee and H. Aso (Japan)
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Track Hardware Design FreeSubscription
392-113 A Processor Architecture for Simultaneously Processing Dataflow and Control-flow Threads
S. Ito, R. Kurebayashi, H. Tomiyasu, and H. Nishikawa (Japan)
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392-228 A 64-Way SIMD Processing Architecture on an FPGA
R. Hoare, S. Tung, and K. Werger (USA)
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392-247 Multi-tasking Hardware Design: Eliminating Overhead in a Multi-tasking Micro-Controller
R. Saraka, B. Wiwel, J. Maina, and R. Hoare (USA)
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392-270 Optimizing Power while Exploiting Fine Grain Parallelsim on FPGAs
T. Jiang, X. Tang, A. Jones, and P. Banerjee (USA)
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392-272 System Level Synthesis of Multiple IP Blocks in the Behavioral Synthesis Tool
R. Mukherjee, A. Jones, and P. Banerjee (USA)
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Track Communication Issues FreeSubscription
392-200 CLUX: A Cluster-based Parallel/Distributed Environment
L. de Oliveira Rech, M. Bogo, J. Mazzucco Junior, L.F. Friedrich, and T.B. Corso (Brazil)
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392-240 Evaluating Applications Performance in a Multi-networked Cluster
A. Alves, A. Pina, J. Exposto, and J. Rufino (Portugal)
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392-251 Remote Shared Memory over Sun Fire Link Interconnect
A. Afsahi and Y. Qian (Canada)
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392-253 Heterogeneous Channel Bonding Revisited
D. Andresen and S. Hanenkamp (USA)
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392-800 Performance Evaluation of Local Communications: A Case-study
S.R. Alam, R.N. Ibbett, and F. Mallet (UK)
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Track P2P and Group Communications FreeSubscription
392-063 Availability Analysis in Large Scale Multicast Networks
F. Dressler (Germany)
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392-098 Improving Scalability and Reusability of Global Computing System using Peer-to-Peer Network
J. Han and D. Park (Korea)
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392-159 Evaluation of Image Routing Algorithm on P2P Overlay Networks
Y. Kawai and R. Kadobayashi (Japan)
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392-177 Emma Middleware: An Application-level Multicast Infrastructure for Multi-party Video Communication
T. Yamashita, H. Yamaguchi, K. Yasumoto, T. Highashino, and K. Taniguchi (Japan)
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392-252 ALMAP, A Multicast Middleware in Efficient Realization of a Secure Group Key Management Protocol
S.T. Vuong and J. Shao (Canada)
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Track Scheduling and Resource Allocation FreeSubscription
392-043 The Static-priority Scheduling of Periodic Task Systems upon Identical Multiprocessor Platforms*
S. Baruah and J. Goossens (Belgium)
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392-054 Simple and Straightforward Approach to Static Task Scheduling in a Homogeneous Computing Environment
T. Hagras and J. Janeček (Czech Republic)
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392-077 A New Approach for Task Level Computational Resource Bi-partitioning
G. Wang, W. Gong, and R. Kastner (USA)
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392-107 On Computation and Resource Management in Networked Embedded Systems
S. Ghiasi, K. Nguyen, E. Bozorgzadeh, and M. Sarrafzadeh (USA)
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392-108 Bandwidth-aware Resource Allocation for Computing Independent Tasks in Heterogeneous Computing Systems
B. Hong and V.K. Prasanna (USA)
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392-143 A Compile-time Task Scheduling Algorithm
T. Hagras and J. Janeček (Czech Republic)
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392-163 Reliability Driven Task Scheduling for Heterogeneous Systems
Y. He, Z. Shao, B. Xiao, Q. Zhuge, and E. Sha (USA)
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392-198 QoS-aware Scheduling for Multimedia Streaming in Interactive Video-on-Demand Systems
J. Martyna (Poland)
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Track Security Issues FreeSubscription
392-008 Quantify Assurance from a Negative Perspective
Z. Liu and P. Wang (USA)
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392-117 Collective Delegation using QoS Metrics
V. Manchala (USA)
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392-145 ID-based Multicast Key Distribution Scheme for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
S. Lee, K.H. Lee, J.B. Kim, and S.-K. Lee (Korea)
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392-150 A Token-based Secure Routing Protocol in Ad-Hoc Networks
B.-N. Park, J.-W. Kim, and S.-K. Lee (Korea)
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392-151 Different Key Establishment for Secure End-to-End Communications in Ad-Hoc Networks
H. Shim, H. Han, and S.-K. Lee (Korea)
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392-243 Data Decoys for Confidentiality
D. Hart (USA)
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Track Algorithms FreeSubscription
392-007 A Modified Dynamic Programming Approach for Analyzing Flexible Manufacturing Systems
A. Tarek (USA)
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392-018 Computing Nearest Neighbors in Real Time*
M. Nagy and S.G. Akl (Canada)
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392-059 2D-data Partition on the HBSP Model
T. Ishimizu and M. Higuchi (Japan)
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392-087 Distributed Algorithms for Constructing Multicast Trees
G. Lo Re and L. Gatani (Italy)
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392-112 Algorithms for Disk Covering Problems with the Most Points
B. Xiao, Q. Zhuge, Y. He, Z. Shao, and E.H.-M. Sha (USA)
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392-205 A Simple Algorithm for Time Optimal Modular Multiplication and Exponentiation
V. Bunimov and M. Schimmler (Germany)
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392-217 Look-back Auction Algorithm for the Assignment Problem and Its Distributed Memory Implementation
L. Buš and P. Tvrdík (Czech Republic)
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392-221 Parallel Analysis of the Rijndael Block Cipher
P. Brisk, A. Kaplan, and M. Sarrafzadeh (USA)
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392-241 Scalable Parallel Algorithms for Difficult Combinatorial Problelms: A Case Study in Optimization
F.N. Abu-Khzam, M.A. Langston, and P. Shanbhag (USA)
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Track Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms FreeSubscription
392-039 A Parallel Genetic Algorithm for the Steiner Problem in Networks
G. Di Fatta, G. Lo Presti, and G. Lo Re (Italy)
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392-165 Parallelization of a Backpropagation Neural Network on a Cluster Computer
M. Pethick, M. Liddle, P. Werstein, and Z. Huang (New Zealand)
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392-209 Properties of Neural Networks Studied from ND Geometry and Discrete Algebra
C.-L.J. Hu (USA)
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392-219 Asynchrony in a Distributed Modular Neural Network for Multimodal Integration
Y. Bouchut, H. Paugam-Moisy, and D. Puzenat (France)
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Track Distributed Agents FreeSubscription
392-046 Design and Implementation of an Scalable Infrastructure for Autonomous Adaptive Agents*
J. Suzuki and T. Suda (USA)
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392-050 Combining Matchmaking and Cooperation Forming of Agent Services
H. Lu (Australia)
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392-052 Provision of Transparent Application Layer Diverse Protection Services based on Lightweight Software Agents in P2P Networks
C. Bachmeir and P. Tabery (Germany)
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392-081 Execution Atomicity for Non-blocking Transactional Mobile Agents
S. Pleisch and A. Schiper (Switzerland)
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392-083 Applying Mobile Agents to Changing Message Migration
X. Xu, Q. Zhan, and J. Yao (PRC)
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392-133 A CORBA based Analysis of Multiagent Behavior
S. Bhattacharya, A. Banerjee, S. Bandyopadhyay, and U. Bhattacharya (India)
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392-222 Knowledge Inference for Mobile Monitoring
X. Zheng and D. Hart (USA)
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Track Software Systems and Tools FreeSubscription
392-030 PUBB2: A Redesigned Object-oriented Software Tool for Implementing Parallel and Distributed Branch-and-Bound Algorithms*
Y. Shinano, T. Fujie, and Y. Kounoike (Japan)
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392-091 Java-based DSM with Object-level Coherence Protocol Selection
R. Kaiabachev and B. Richards (USA)
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392-094 Cross-Platform Development of High Performance Applications using Generic Programming
W. Blochinger and W. Küchlin (Germany)
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392-101 Hem(π) - Heterogeneous MPI Environment on Grid
H. Sato (Japan)
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392-103 NavP Versus SPMD: Two Views of Distributed Computation
L. Pan, L.F. Bic, M.B. Dillencourt, and M.K. Lai (USA)
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392-104 USFMPI: A Multi-threaded Implementation of MPI for Linux Clusters
S.G. Caglar, G.D. Benson, Q. Huang, and C.-W. Chu (USA)
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392-115 The Virtual Processor Interface: Linux Kernel Support for User-level Thread Systems
G.D. Benson, M. Butner, S. Padden, and A. Fedosov (USA)
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392-193 Practical Schemes using Logs for Lightweight Recoverable DSM
Y. Kim, S. Park, S.R. Maeng (Korea)
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392-249 Profiling Accuracy-Latency Characteristics of Collaborative Object Tracking Applications
S. Ghiasi, K. Nguyen, and M. Sarrafzadeh (USA)
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392-271 Transformation Interface - ParInt
J. Van Voorst, A. Raju, E. de Doncker, and K. Kaugars (USA)
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Track Scientific Computing FreeSubscription
392-041 A Heuristic Re-mapping Algorithm Reducing Inter-level Communication in SAMR Applications
J. Steensland and J. Ray (USA)
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392-044 Adding Memory Resource Consideration into Workload Distribution for Software DSM Systems
Y.-T. Liu, T.-Y. Liang, and C.-K. Shieh (ROC)
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392-066 Parallel Design of Multichannel Inverse Filters for Audio Reproduction
P. Alonso, J.M. Badía, A. González, and A.M. Vidal (Spain)
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392-090 A New Hierarchical Parallel Algorithm on Molecular Dynamics Simulation
B. Wang, J. Shu, W. Zheng, J. Wang, and M. Chen (PRC)
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392-120 Optimal Banded Triangular Solvers on k-Dimensional Torus Networks
E.E. Santos and E.S. Santos (USA)
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392-175 Interior Point Methods for Joint Admission Control and Routing in MPLS Networks
K. Kuppuswamy and D.C. Lee (USA)
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392-215 A Characteristic Algorithm for thet 3D Navier-Stokes Equation using padfem2
S. Blazy and O. Marquardt (Germany)
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Track Web Services and Tools FreeSubscription
392-105 Janets Abstract Distributed Service Component
P. Cappello (USA)
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392-118 Fast Transparent Failover for Reliable Web Service
N. Aghdaie and Y. Tamir (USA)
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392-162 Performance Impact of Web Services on Internet Servers
M. Tian, T. Voigt, T. Naumowicz, H. Ritter, and J. Schiller (Germany)
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392-184 Asynchronous Peer-to-Peer Communication for Failure Resilient Distributed Genetic Algorithms
J.C.Clemente Litrá, X. Défago, and K. Satou (Japan)
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392-203 Web-based Object-oriented Remote Control of Computer Hardware Interfaces
H. Liu, T.P. Skinner, and D.A. Perreault (USA)
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392-223 N-JIS: A System for Web Services Integration in Java RMI Distributed Applications
M. Bianchi, C. Gaibisso, and G. Gambosi (Italy)
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392-227 SOAP Optimization via Parameterized Client-side Caching
K. Devaram and D. Andresen (USA)
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392-246 DHARMA: A Grid-enabled Domain-specific Metaware for Hydrology
D. Andresen, M. Neilsen, G. Singh, and P. Kalita (USA)
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392-261 A Weblet Environment to Facilitate Proxy Caching of Web Processing Components
W. Hao, Q. Ma, I.-Ling Yen, and I. Chen (USA)
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Track Software Architecture FreeSubscription
392-109 Event-driven Architectures for Distributed Crisis Management
K.M. Chandy, B.E. Aydemir, E.M. Karpilovsky, and D.M. Zimmerman (USA)
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392-171 Investigations of Semantic Interoperability in Ubiquitous Computing Environments
R.E. McGrath, A. Ranganathan, M.D. Mickunas, and R.H. Campbell (USA)
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392-173 First Experiences with SPIN, a Commodity Toolkit for Scientific Distributed Computing in Heterogeneous Environment
M. González (France)
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392-204 Mobility and Replicability Patterns in Aspect-oriented Component-based Software Architectures
N.H. Ali, J. Silva, J. Jaen, I. Ramos, J.A. Carsí, and J. Peréz (Spain)
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392-211 Realizing Distributed System Models with Programmable Networks
D. Houatra (France)
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392-225 The Architecture of the Starfish System: Mapping the Survivability Space
K.P. Kihlstrom, P. Narasimhan, C. Phillips, C. Ritchey, and B. LaBarbera (USA)
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Track Networks I FreeSubscription
392-053 Algorithms for Multiple IP Address Lookups
X. Chen and J. Shen (USA)
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392-064 Connection History Management (CHM) Approach for Providing Web Server QoS and Security
S.-W. Shin, K.-Y. Kim, and J.-S. Jang (Korea)
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392-092 Fast Ethernet is Sometimes Faster than Gigabit Ethernet on LFN - Observation of Congestion Control of TCP Streams
M. Nakamura, M. Inaba, and K. Hiraki (Japan)
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392-121 Rate-limiting for Supporting the Fairness of Downstream in Ethernet-PON
C.K. Cho, H.K. Park, K.H. Ahn, Y.-C. Kim, and Y.C. Kim (Korea)
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392-122 Computing Handover Failure Probability in Up/Down Link of LEO Satellite Networks with Satellite Fixed Cell
B.-J. Lee, X. Ying, and Y.-C. Kim (Korea)
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Track Networks II FreeSubscription
392-169 The System Response Time of E-mail Servers Through Routers in WAN
Y.-W. Bai and C.-J. Cheng (Taiwan)
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392-176 Alternative File Transfer Mechanism for UNICORE: GridFTP
D. Breuer (Germany)
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392-224 Design of Local Access Networks
R. Jothi and B. Raghavachari (USA)
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392-237 A Set-based Approach to Packet Classification
V.P. Ranganath and D. Andresen (USA)
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392-245 A Hybrid Scheme for Transmission Schedules in Streaming Media
Z. Xia, I.-L. Yen, D. Du, and P. Li (USA)
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392-256 Performance Evaluation of a New Protocol for Home Network Control
S.-Y. Jung, T.-H. Kim, and W.-H. Kwon (Korea)
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Track Special Session: Synthesis for Programmable Systems FreeSubscription
392-802 Hardware and Interface Synthesis of FPGA Blocks using Parallelizing Code Transformations
S. Gupta, M. Luthra, N. Dutt, R. Gupta, and A. Nicolau (USA)
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392-803 Design Planning in Hardware Compilers
S.O. Memik (USA)
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392-804 Scheduling on Heterogeneous Resources with Heterogeneous Reconfiguration Costs
A. Nahapetian, S. Ghiasi, and M. Sarrafzadeh (USA)
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Track Additional Papers FreeSubscription
392-131 HomeNet - A Grid Type System for Home Networking
L. Vasiu (UK)
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Volume I This publication covers the following topics: grid computing; routing techniques; parallel I/O and distributed data; distributed computing; wireless networks; load balancing; programming languages and systems; compiler and run-time support; hardware design; communication issues; P2P and group communications; scheduling and resource allocation; and security issues. Volume II This publication covers the following topics: algorithms; neural networks and genetic algorithms; distributed agents; software systems and tools; scientific computing; web services and tools; software architecture; networks; and synthesis for programmable systems.

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