Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems    (PDCS 2004)

November 9 – 11, 2004
MIT Cambridge, USA
Editor(s): Teofilo Gonzalez
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Track Grid Computing FreeSubscription
439-053 Auction-based Resource Allocation Protocols in Grids
D. Grosu and A. Das (USA)
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439-054 A Proposal and Preliminary Evaluation of a Novel Fault-Tolerant System Eagle for Computational Grids
A. Hattori, K. Yakusiji, T. Yokota, K. Ootsu, F. Furukama, and T. Baba (Japan)
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439-060 Effectiveness of Grid Configurations on Application Performance
E. Xia and I. Jurisica (Canada)
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439-096 A Management System for Complex Parameter Studies and Experiments in Grid Computing
N. Currle-Linde, F. Boes, P. Lindner, J. Pleiss, and M.M. Resch (Germany)
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439-151 SMG: Shared Memory for Grids
J.P. Ryan and B.A. Coghlan (Ireland)
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439-159 A Grid Simulation Infrastructure Supporting Advance Reservation
A. Sulistio and R. Buyya (Australia)
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439-182 Coordinated Virtual Partitions: A Resource Provisioning Framework for Grid Applications
T.I. Mizan and M. Maheswaran (Canada)
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439-209 Virtual Clusters: A Dynamic Resource Coallocation Strategy for Computing Utilities
B. Maniymaran and M. Maheswaran (Canada)
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439-218 Providing Service Level Agreements for Idle CPU Cycles from an Internet PC Grid
M. Stephens and S. Nair (USA)
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Track Routing FreeSubscription
439-027 An Improved Performance by Low Rerouting Hops and Fault-Tolerant Guaranteeing Dynamic Rerouting Multistage Interconnection Network
C.-W. Chen and S.-C. Fu (Taiwan)
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439-061 REI: An Autonomous Distributed Routing Algorithm
H. Kashiwazaki and Y. Takai (Japan)
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439-077 Preliminary Research of a Novel Routing Algorithm Cross-Line using Dynamic Information
M. Nishitani, S. Ezura, T. Yokota, F. Furukawa, K. Ootsu, and T. Baba (Japan)
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439-090 A Simple and Unified Neighbourhood Broadcasting Scheme for Interconnection Networks
K. Qiu (Canada) and S.K. Das (USA)
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439-126 A Constant Time Shortest-Path Routing Algorithm for Pyramid Networks
H.-J. Hsieh, D.-R. Duh, and J.-S. Shiau (Taiwan)
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439-131 Shortcut Allocation for Tree-based Routing in Irregular Interconnection Networks
H.-C. Chi, W.-J. Wu, and C.-M. Wu (Taiwan)
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439-137 Wormhole Routers for Network-on-Chip
J. Ge (USA)
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439-154 Techniques to Reduce Communication Overhead in Multiple Multicasts for Torus Networks
D.R. Surma (USA)
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439-205 Matrix Multiplication via PGAs (Programmable Graph Architectures)
M. Peng, K.W. Tang, and A.Y. Oruç (USA)
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439-212 Replacement Paths for Pairs of Shortest Path Edges in Directed Graphs
A.M. Bhosle (India) and T.F. Gonzalez (USA)
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Track Communication and Data Access FreeSubscription
439-038 Reliability for Network Swapping Systems that Support Migration of Remotely Swapped Pages
T. Newhall, B. Mitchell, and J. Rosse (USA)
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439-068 Simulation Study on the Impacts of Interconnection Network in On-Line Transaction Processing Systems
H. Cai, H. Kameda, and J. Li (Japan)
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439-087 Jupiter/SVM: A JVM-based Single System Image for Clusters of Workstations
C.D. Cavanna, T.S. Abdelrahman (Canada), A. Bilas (Greece), and P. Jamieson (Canada)
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439-100 Optimizing Distributed Storage Layouts in the Network Storage Manager
Z. Ali, R. Zhang, Q. Malluhi, and S. Yang (USA)
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439-110 Cluster-to-Cluster Communications: A Consistent Communication Paradigm for Distributed Clusters
S. Fide and S.F. Jenks (USA)
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439-121 Performance Considerations for Network Switch Fabrics on Linux Clusters
P.J. Sokolowski and D. Grosu (USA)
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439-167 Distributed MPI Deadlock Detection in Distributed Memory Systems
W. Haque and B. Ollenberger (Canada)
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439-169 Design and Implementation of SSDLM: A Distributed Lock Manager with Shared Lock Locality
H. Kishida and H. Yamazaki (Japan)
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439-172 Multicapabilities for Distributed Resource Management in Open Systems
N.I. Udzir and A.M. Wood (UK)
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439-197 The Synchronized Pipelined Parallelism Model
S.N. Vadlamani and S.F. Jenks (USA)
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439-806 Communication Optimization on Broadcast-based Clusters
M. Zhu, C. Katsinis, H. Narravula (USA), W. Cai, and B.-S. Lee (Singapore)
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Track Distributed Computing FreeSubscription
439-031 An O(√n) Mutual Exclusion Algorithm in Decentralized Systems using Queue Migration
P. Chaudhuri and T. Edward (Barbados)
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439-099 A Checkpointing Protocol for a Minimum Set of Processes in Mobile Computing Systems
S. Neogy (India)
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439-133 A Fault-Tolerant Ring-based Algorithm for Achieving Mutual Exclusion in Distributed Systems
S.M. Masum, M.A. Al-Mamun, and K.T. Islam, S.M.S. Mostafa, and M.M. Akbar (Bangladesh)
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439-139 Trading Constraint Consistency for Availability of Replicated Objects
R. Smeikal and K.M. Goeschka (Austria)
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439-145 Efficient Leader Election in Complete Networks
J. Villadangos, A. Córdoba, F. Fariña, and M. Prieto (Spain)
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439-164 A Consistent Coordinated Checkpointing Protocol for Distributed Systems
S. Neogy, A. Sinha, and P.K. Das (India)
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439-171 A Synchronous Algorithm for Checkpointing in Distributed Systems
D. Goswami and S. Sahu (India)
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439-178 The Design of an Internet-Scale Monitoring and Assertion-Checking Infrastructure
M. Brockmeyer and C. Chu (USA)
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439-185 Generalized Optional Locking in Distributed Systems
T. Schöbel-Theuer (Germany)
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439-196 Using Active Disks for Failure Detection: Two Phase Commit without Blocking
E. Borowsky and R. Golding (USA)
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439-211 A Simple Shared Memory K-exclusion Algorithm for Distributed Processing
A.A. Aravind (Canada)
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Track Wireless Networks FreeSubscription
439-055 Maximizing Lifetime of –Powerlimited Network with Active Minimum Spanning Tree Aggregation
J.I. Khan and A.U. Haque (USA)
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439-103 Performance Evaluation of the Barycentric Server Model for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
M. Avvenuti and A. Vecchio (Italy)
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439-214 A Localization Algorithm Extension for the Evolvable Sensor Network
D.B. Bui and D. Kim (Korea)
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439-220 Probability-based Reliable Multipath Selection in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Z. Guo and L. Zakrevski (USA)
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Track Load Balancing FreeSubscription
439-029 A Fine-Grain Method for Solving the Partitioning Problem in Distributed Virtual Environment Systems
P. Morillo, J.M. Orduña, M. Fernández and J. Duato (Spain)
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439-064 A Novel Load Balancing Framework for Active Replicated Servers in Asynchronous Distributed Systems
Y. Wang and J. Wang (PRC)
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439-078 Study on the Efficient and Adaptive Load Balancing Algorithm using Mobile Agent
Y. Yang and J. Ju (PRC)
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439-107 Migration Algorithms for Automated Load Balancing
N. Widell (Sweden)
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439-124 An Evaluation of the DESPOT Scheduling Algorithm on Small Beowulf Clusters
B.D. Langton, D.A. Andresen, and E.A. Bowker (USA)
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439-183 Dynamic Load Balancing on Irregular Networks Embedded in Hypercubes
M.W. Akhtar and M.-T. Kechadi (Ireland)
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439-201 A Characterization of Task Allocation Problems for Dynamic Distributed Real-Time Systems
D. Gu, F. Drews, and L. Welch (USA)
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Track Compiler and Run-Time Support FreeSubscription
439-037 Latency Reduction in Software-DSMs by Means of Dynamic Function Splicing
M. Klemm, R. Veldema, and M. Philippsen (Germany)
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439-041 Optimization for Instruction Level Parallelism by Adding, Spilling and Rematerialization
N. Ishii, K. Sumiyoshi, H. Ogi, and K. Iwata (Japan)
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439-058 Automatic Detection of Control Flow Errors in Parallel Programs
B.P. Lester (USA)
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439-173 Code Generation for General Loops using Methods from Computational Geometry
T. Andronikos, F.M. Ciorba, D. Kamenopoulos, P. Theodoropoulos, and G. Papakonstantinou (Greece)
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439-180 A Free OpenMP Compiler and Run-Time Library Infrastructure for Research on Shared Memory Parallel Computing
S. Karlsson and M. Brorsson (Sweden)
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439-186 Using Unfolding to Minimize Inter-Iteration Dependencies
T.W. O'Neil and E.H.-M. Sha (USA)
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Track Reconfigurable Architectures and FPGAs FreeSubscription
439-032 A Hybrid, CAN based Distributed Execution Environment for Electronic Systems
R. Dreier, G. Wendt, and K.D. Müller-Glaser (Germany)
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439-056 Multimedia Reconfigurable Hardware Design Space Exploration
E.M. Panainte, K. Bertels, and S. Vassiliadis (The Netherlands)
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439-135 FPGA-based Scalable Implementation of the General Smith-Waterman Algorithm
O. Creţ, Ş. Mathe, B. Szente, Z. Mathe, C. Vancea, F. Rusu, and A. Dǎrǎbant (Romania)
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439-158 HERA: A Reconfigurable and Mixed-mode Parallel Computing Engine on Platform FPGAs
X. Wang and S.G. Ziavras (USA)
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439-162 Transparent Communication Between Java and Reconfigurable Hardware
Ph. Faes, M. Christiaens, and D. Stroobandt (Belgium)
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439-179 Techniques to Reduce Synchronization in Distributed Parallel Logic Simulation
K.-H. Chang (USA), W.-T. Tu, H.-W. Wang (Taiwan), Y.-J. Yeh (USA), and S.-Y. Kuo (Taiwan)
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439-208 Configuring the Circuit Switched Tree for Well-Nested and Multicast Communication
K. Roy, J.L. Trahan, and R. Vaidyanathan (USA)
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439-804 Reconfigurable Parallel Prefix Computation on FPGAs
J.H. Park and M.S. Or (USA)
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Track Scheduling FreeSubscription
439-045 An Adaptive Allowance for Failure Prevention of Fixed Priority Scheduled Real-Time Systems
L. Bougueroua, S. Midonnet, and L. George (France)
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439-059 Dynamic Scheduling in Distributed Heterogeneous Systems with Dependent Tasks and Imprecise Execution Time Estimates
W.F. Boyer and G.S. Hura (USA)
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439-063 A Maximal Chain Approach for Scheduling Tasks in a Multiprocessor System
S. Pawaskar and H.H. Ali (USA)
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439-085 Scheduling Parallel Tasks on Heterogeneous Clusters
J. Barbosa, C. Morais, and A.P. Monteiro (Portugal)
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439-106 Cross Entropy based Module Allocation for Distributed Systems
N. Widell and C. Nyberg (Sweden)
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439-116 An Evolutionary Approach for Real-time Fault-tolerant Multiprocessor Scheduling
Y. Hashimoto and H.H. Ali (USA)
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439-122 Fault Tolerance in Scheduling through Interval Ordered Tasks for Multiprocessors
M. Desiraju and H.H. Ali (USA)
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439-153 Grid Scheduling Divisible Loads from Multiple Sources via Linear Programming
M.A. Moges, D. Yu, and T.G. Robertazzi (USA)
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439-210 Re-evaluating Reservation Policies for Backfill Scheduling on Parallel Systems
S.-H. Chiang and C. Fu (USA)
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439-803 A Comprehensive Test Bench for the Evaluation of Scheduling Heuristics
U. Hönig and W. Schiffmann (Germany)
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Track Security Issues FreeSubscription
439-039 Securing Reputation Data in Peer-to-Peer Networks
P. Dewan and P. Dasgupta (USA)
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439-057 Sheaf Tools for Network Security
E. Şendroiu (France)
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439-108 CA Server Cluster Computing Architecture and Algorithms
S. Tang (PRC)
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439-123 Performance Improvement of an iSCSI-based Secure Storage Access
K. Kamisaka, S. Yamaguchi, and M. Oguchi (Japan)
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439-130 Cooperative Detecting and Responding to a DDoS Attack
H. Su and J.-B. Ju (PRC)
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439-144 Key Tree based Scalable Secure Dynamic Conferencing Schemes
X. Zou, S.S. Magliveras, and B. Ramamurthy (USA)
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439-189 Survivability Models and Implementations in Large Distributed Environments
J.S. Park, P. Chandramohan, and J. Giordano (USA)
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Track Algorithms FreeSubscription
439-044 A Parallel Random Number Generator for Shared Memory Architecture Machines using OpenMP
S. Ahmed, L. Karim, and R. Eskicioglu (Canada)
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439-080 Parallel Implementation of a Generic Memetic Algorithm for the Edge Bi-Connectivity Augmentation Problem
F. Xhafa (Spain)
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439-111 An Optimal Multiway Mergesort Algorithm for a Simplified 2D ARPBS
M. He and S.Q. Zheng (USA)
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439-117 A Parallel Voronoi Diagram on Hypercube Computers
R.B. Muhammad (USA)
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439-132 Performance Evaluation of Wavelet Transform Algorithm on Star Graph Connected Multiprocessor Systems
B.K. Das (India)
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439-148 On the Integrity of Graphs
F. Li and X. Li (PRC)
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439-150 Performance of Portable Shared Memory based Parallel String Matching Software
J.H. Park (USA)
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439-168 Parallel Data Compression with bzip2
J. Gilchrist (Canada)
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439-221 A Fully Distributed Linear Time Algorithm for Cluster Network Decomposition
B. Derbel and M. Mosbah (France)
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Track Agents and Data Mining FreeSubscription
439-040 Load Balanced Frequent Pattern Mining
D. Cho and D. Kim (Korea)
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439-074 Implementation of a Mobile Agent Framework on Java Environment
T. Kawamura, S. Kinoshita, and K. Sugahara (Japan)
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439-088 A Collusion-Resistant Approach to Distributed Privacy-preserving Data Mining
S. Urabe, J. Wang, and T. Takata (Japan)
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439-097 High Performance Data Mining for Network Intrusion Detection
J. Lee and M. Siddiqui (USA)
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439-134 Centralized Matchmaking for Minimal Agents
K. Bertels, N. Panchanathan, S. Vassiliadis, and B.P. Ebrahimi (The Netherlands)
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439-142 Transactional Support for Cooperative Work: Using Mobile Agents in CAGISTrans
H. Ramampiaro (Norway)
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439-165 ASIPATH: A Simple Path Mining Algorithm
A. Demiriz (Turkey)
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439-175 Agent-based Framework for Distributed Service Management
G. Jezic, M. Kusek, I. Lovrek, S. Desic, and B. Dellas (Croatia)
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439-213 Performance Evaluation and Characterization of Scalable Data Mining Algorithms
Y. Liu, J. Pisharath, W.-K. Liao, G. Memik, A. Choudhary, and P. Dubey (USA)
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439-222 A Framework for Modelling and Estimating Complexity in Multi-Agent Systems
R. Neruda and P. Krušina (Czech Republic)
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Track Tools, Utilities, and Frameworks FreeSubscription
439-076 Pshell' /> Achieving Parallelism 'Easily' through Pshell
D.F. Saffioti, I. Piper, and J. Fulcher (Australia)
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439-114 A Parallel Computing Framework for Computer Cluster
X. Lin and J.R. Williams (USA)
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439-140 Distributed Hierarchical Task Planning on a Network of Clusters
F. Kabanza, S. Lu, and S. Goodwin (Canada)
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439-152 An Integrated Approach to Customize Binary Components
S.I. Ahamed, S. Kim, C. Twining, and M. Crichton (USA)
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439-166 On the Benefits of Profile-based Naming for Large Network Computing Systems
B. Maniymaran and M. Maheswaran (Canada)
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439-190 User-defined Parallel Program Visualization with VisWiz
R. Brandstädter, D. Kranzlmüller, and J. Volkert (Austria)
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439-192 The Blackboard Resource Discovery Mechanism for P2P Networks
N.A. Al-Dmour and W.J. Teahan (UK)
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439-204 Spanning Trees for Distributed Search in P2P Systems
N.R. Kaushik and S.M. Figueira (USA)
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Track Scientific Computing FreeSubscription
439-024 Parallel Implementation of Matrix Techniques
M. Salmerόn, C.G. Puntonet, J. Ortega, and J.M. Gόrriz (Spain)
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439-069 Parallel Reconstruction for Parallel Imaging SPACE RIP on Cellular Computer Architecture
Y. Niu, Z. Hu, and G.R. Gao (USA)
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439-089 Characterization of a Hybrid and Dynamic Partitioner for SAMR Applications
H. Johansson (Sweden) and J. Steensland (USA)
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439-092 Efficient Determination of Block Size NB for Parallel Linpack Test
W. Zhang, J. Fan, and M. Chen (PRC)
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439-113 Restart-able Tight-coupled Algorithms for SMP Cluster Architectures
A. Sedrakian, S. Petiton, and N. Emad (France)
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439-146 A Scalable Implementation of a Finite-Volume Dynamical Core in the Community Atmosphere Model
W.B. Sawyer (Switzerland) and A.A. Mirin (USA)
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439-156 Data Format Support for Parallel Numerical Integration
W. El-Hajj, S. Li, K. Kaugers, and E. de Doncker (USA)
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439-203 α-Load Balancing for Parallel Adaptive Task Partitioning
C. Achalla, E. de Doncker, K. Kaugars, and J. Van Voorst (USA)
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Track Web Services and Tools FreeSubscription
439-104 Interactive Distributed Components for Rich-Client Internet Applications
J. Lin (USA)
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439-120 Cache Coherency in P2P Cooperative Proxy Cache Systems
A.B. Pal, J.Z. Wang, and P.K. Srimani (USA)
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439-129 LYE: High-Performance SOAP with Multi-level Caching
V.P. Ranganath, D.M. Sexton, and D.A. Andresen (USA)
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439-177 Enhancing Dynamic Selection of Web Service Access Points
M. Bianchi, C. Gaibisso, G. Gambosi, and F. Lombardi (Italy)
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Track Multithreading FreeSubscription
439-035 A New Transparent Java Thread Migration System using Just-in-Time Recompilation
W. Zhu, C.-L. Wang, W. Fang, and F.C.M. Lau (PRC)
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439-081 Prediction and Execution Methods of Frequently Executed Two Paths for Speculative Multithreading
T. Yokota, M. Saito, F. Furukawa, K. Ootsu, and T. Baba (Japan)
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439-093 A New Value based Branch Predictor for SMT Processors
L. He and Z. Liu (PRC)
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439-115 Multithreading and Thread Migration using MPI and Myrinet
S. Jenks (USA)
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439-125 Performance Evaluation of SNPs Machine-Learning Workload on Intel® Pentium® Hyper-Threading Architectures
S. Ge, J. Song, C. Lai, E. Li, W. Hu (PRC), and X. Tian (USA)
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439-170 A Methodology of Binary-Level Variable Analysis for Multithreading
T. Satou, K. Ootsu, A. Tsukikawa, T. Yokota, and T. Baba (Japan)
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Track Concurrent Programs FreeSubscription
439-062 Automatic Generation of Concurrent Distributed Systems based on Object-oriented Approach
J. Cortés Galicia and F.R. Menchaca García (Mexico)
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439-067 Event-based Visualization Debugging on Concurrent Program
B. Xu, F. Zuo, X. Zhou, L. Shi, and Y. Zeng (PRC)
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439-070 Parallel Synchronization Issues in Simulating Artificial Life
H.A. James, C.J. Scogings, and K.A. Hawick (New Zealand)
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439-105 A Structured Approach to Develop Concurrent Programs for a Thread-Pool Model
L. Chen and M. Mizuno (USA)
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439-160 Parallel Detection of Nondeterministic Races with Provable Correctness and Efficiency
Y. He, J. Wang, and W.J. Hsu (Singapore)
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439-188 Study of Hybrid Coherence Protocols for Parallel Logic Programming Systems
E.P.G. de Oliveira, F. Ramos, I. de Castro Dutra, and M.C. Stelling de Castro (Brazil)
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Track Applications FreeSubscription
439-030 Short Term Load Forecasting using Neuro-Fuzzy Approaches
B.K. Chauhan, A. Sharma, and M. Hanmandlu (India)
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439-072 Parallel and Distributed Performance of Self-organizing Neural Grove
H. Inoue, M. Tsuda, and H. Narihisa (Japan)
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439-073 A Mobile Agent-based P2P E-learning System
T. Kawamura, S. Kinoshita, and K. Sugahara (Japan)
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439-141 Performance Study of Molecular Dynamics Application GROMACS
Z. Cui and Z. Lan (USA)
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439-143 Static Mapping of Integrating Historical Data Neural Networks on Parallel Computer
V.O. Turchenko (Ukraine, Italy)
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439-195 Scalable Multimedia Streaming Model and Transmission Scheme for VBR-e ncoded Videos
M.H. Kabir, E.G. Manning, and G.C. Shoja (Canada)
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439-199 Optimizing Mars Airplane Trajectory with the Application Navigation System
M. Frumkin and D. Riley (USA)
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439-202 ∆-Dataflow Networks for Event Stream Processing
R. Manohar and K. Mani Chandy (USA)
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439-206 A Distributed Software Architecture for a Rapid Geospatial Dataset Generation System
A.H. Lee and A. Sekar (USA)
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Track Modelling and QoS FreeSubscription
439-011 Network Traffic Control in Homogeneous Network Systems
Y. Ebihara and S. Kimura (Japan)
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439-046 Performance Measurements of a Policy Control Agent for a Differentiated Services Router
P. Pulkkinen and M. Luoma (Finland)
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439-176 Using Feedback Control to Manage QoS for Clusters of Differentiated Servers
W. Fouad and H. Lutfiyya (Canada)
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439-193 Application Categories for QoS Management of Distributed Applications
H. Keep and M. Bauer (Canada)
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This publication covers the following topics: Grid Computing, Routing, Communications and Data Access, Distributed Computing, Wireless Networks, Load Balancing, Compiler and Run-Time Support, Reconfigurable Architecture and FPGA’s, Scheduling, Security Issues, Algorithms, Agents and Data Mining, Tools, Utilities and Frameworks, Scientific Computing, Web Services and Tools, Multithreading, Concurrent Programs, Applications, Modelling and QoS.

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