Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems    (PDCS 2008)
Symposia: Distributed Sensor Networks
Distributed and Intelligent Multimedia Systems

November 16 – 18, 2008
Orlando, Florida, USA
Editor(s): T. F. Gonzalez
475 pages
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Track Scheduling and Load Balancing FreeSubscription
631-008 Evaluation of CPU Power Control and Scheduling Technique on Parallel Computing Environment
H. Sato and A. Ozaki (Japan)
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631-027 An Improved Prioritization Method for Task Scheduling in Heterogeneous Computing Systems
H. Yu (USA)
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631-032 Load Scheduling for Flow-based Packet Processing on Multi-Core Network Processors
F. He, Y. Qi, Y. Xue, and J. Li (PRC)
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631-048 A Hybrid Scheduling Scheme for Large-Scale Heterogeneous Environments
K. Ohno, M. Matsumoto, S. Katano, T. Sasaki, T. Kondo, and H. Nakashima (Japan)
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631-061 On the Timeliness of a Cluster based Large Scale Online Video Surveillance
K. Sinha, A.D. Chowdhury, S.K. Ghosh, and S. Banerjee (India)
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631-062 A Patch-based Partitioner for Parallel SAMR Applications
H. Johansson and A. Vakili (Sweden)
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631-067 Scheduling Independent Tasks to Minimize Computation and Communication Makespan in Distributed Systems
T.F. Gonzalez (USA)
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631-073 A High-Performance Parallel Scheduling Architecture for WiMAX Base-Stations
G. Singh, S. Prabhu, and N.F. Mir (USA)
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631-080 A Performance Comparison of Communication-Driven Coscheduling Strategies for Multi-Programmed Heterogeneous Clusters
J.-L. Yu and S.-R. Maeng (Korea)
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631-084 Experiences on Data Flow Models for DAG Applications Executed on Heterogeneous and Changing Computational Environments
I. Hernandez, B. Aleman, and H. Marin (Mexico)
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Track Wireless Networks FreeSubscription
631-047 Two Authentication Protocols and their Security Analysis in Wireless Mobile Network
H. Li, Z. Fang, R. Li, W. Cao, and X. An (PRC)
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631-053 K-Anonymous Communication in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
D. Spiewak, T. Engel (Luxembourg), and J. Abendroth (Germany)
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631-054 Practical Summation via Sampling in Large-Scale Sensor Networks
S. Peng, S. Li, F. Liu, Y. Peng, and X. Liao (PRC)
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631-057 Meeting the Challenges of Service Composition in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
G. Prochart, R. Weiss (Austria), G. Kaefer, and R. Schmid (Germany)
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631-063 Wireless Multihop Transmission of Sensor Data with Buffering in Neighbor Sensors
D. Sakamoto and H. Higaki (Japan)
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631-088 An IP Connectivity Architectural Model for Heterogeneous Vehicular Networks
E. Coronado and S. Cherkaoui (Canada)
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631-807 MOnKey - A Portable Middleware on Key
J. Albert, J. Castang, and S. Chaumette (France)
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Track Routing Algorithms and Protocols FreeSubscription
631-004 Logical Topology Design with Traffic Grooming for Scheduled Demands
A. Jaekel and Y. Chen (Canada)
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631-024 Adaptation Level and Injection Control in a Quasi-Globally Adaptive Routing
T. Yokota, K. Ootsu, and T. Baba (Japan)
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631-030 A Distributed Algorithm for Disjoint Paths in Star Networks
A. Hamad and M.H. Karaata (Kuwait)
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631-064 Bandwidth Reservation Protocol for Multicast in Overlay Networks
H. Obata and H. Higaki (Japan)
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631-066 Efficient Algorithms and Routing Protocols for Handling Transient Single Node Failures
A.M. Bhosle and T.F. Gonzalez (USA)
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631-081 On the Routing Improvement in OBS Networks Considering Cascaded Wavelength Conversion
X. Gao, M.A. Bassiouni, and G. Li (USA)
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631-090 A Note on Broadcasting on the Arrangement Graph
Y.F. Li and K. Qiu (Canada)
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Track Applications and Systems FreeSubscription
631-037 Parallel Algorithms for a Visual Text Mining Platform
M.O. Almeida, R.F. Mello, and M.C.F. Oliveira (Brazil)
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631-043 A Parallel Approach for Solving Data Flow Analysis Problems
M. Edvinsson and W. Löwe (Sweden)
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631-045 Policy Adjuster-Driven Grid Workflow Management for Collaborative Heart Disease Identification System
C.-H. Youn, S. Deng, S. Park, H. Kim, and F. Al Hazemi (Korea)
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631-055 A Fault-Tolerant Parallel Optimization Tool based on an Evolutionary Strategy
K. Maier, U. Hönig, and W. Schiffmann (Germany)
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631-804 A Parallel Path Planning Approach based on Organic Computing Principles
M. Schmidt and D. Fey (Germany)
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631-805 A New Marching Pixels Algorithm for Application-Specific Vision Chips for Fast Detection of Objects' Centroids
D. Fey, C. Gaede, A. Loos, and M. Komann (Germany)
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631-806 Algorithmic Skeletons for General Sparse Matrices on Multi-Core Processors
P. Ciechanowicz (Germany)
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Track Grid and Distributed Computing FreeSubscription
631-033 Prospects of Co-Allocation Strategies for a Lightweight Middleware in Grid Computing
L. Schley (Germany)
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631-046 Alliance-Oriented Security Architecture and Technologies in Collaborative E-Commerce System
H. Si, Z. Fang, Y. Yin, and H. Zhao (PRC)
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631-052 SLA Provisioning by Utilizing Profit-Oriented Fault Tolerance
A. Keller, K. Voss, D. Battré, M. Hovestadt, and O. Kao (Germany)
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631-072 An Automatic Cost-based Framework for Seamless Application Migration in Grid Environments
M. Klemm, R. Veldema, and M. Philippsen (Germany)
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631-082 Multiple-Aspect Malicious Code Detection for Component Survivability in Distributed Environments
J.S. Park, G. An, and A. Suresh (USA)
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631-800 Real-Time Agent Service Layer for Distributed Cooperative Computing
J. Lee, S.H. Ha, and T.-H. Kim (Korea)
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Track Software Systems and Tools FreeSubscription
631-017 ETHOS, A Generic Ethernet over Sockets Driver for Linux
R. Finocchiaro, L. Razik, S. Lankes, and T. Bemmerl (Germany)
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631-018 Multi-Connection and Multi-Core Aware All-Gather on Infiniband Clusters
Y. Qian, M.J. Rashti, and A. Afsahi (Canada)
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631-038 Evaluations of Load Balancing Methods for Molecular Orbital Calculations on a Hetero-Cluster System
K. Hayakawa, T. Sasaki, H. Umeda, and U. Nagashima (Japan)
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631-040 ESPRIT/sim: A High Speed Performance-Simulator for Heterogeneous Embedded Multiprocessors
Y. Ohmiya and H. Amano (Japan)
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631-041 AHSM: Adaptive Packet Filtering with Network Traffic Statistics
B. Xu, G. Zhou, Y. Xue, and J. Li (PRC)
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631-042 Analyzing Characteristics of PC Cluster Consolidated with IP-SAN using Data-Intensive Applications
A. Hara, K. Kamisaka, S. Yamaguchi, and M. Oguchi (Japan)
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631-071 RAS and Job Log Data Analysis for Failure Prediction for the IBM Blue Gene/L
L.D. Solano-Quinde and B.M. Bode (USA)
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631-085 The Extended Sockets Interface for Accessing RDMA Hardware
R. Russell (USA)
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Track Distributed Data FreeSubscription
631-011 A DSM Protocol Aware of Both Thread Migration and Memory Constraints
R. Veldema, B. Larsen, and M. Philipssen (Germany)
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631-013 Clustered Assignment of CCQs in Information Monitoring System Supporting Conjunctive Queries
K. Maruyama and S. Fujita (Japan)
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631-014 Dense Skip Graphs as an Overlay for P2P Networks
S. Fujita (Japan)
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631-049 Transactional Data Sharing in Grids
M.-F. Müller, K.-T. Möller, M. Sonnenfroh, and M. Schöttner (Germany)
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631-060 Shortcut Routing for Chord Graphs in the Domus Hash Space
J. Rufino, A. Pina, A. Alves, and J. Exposto (Portugal)
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631-069 Does IDF Improve Declustering Techniques for Keyword-based Information Retrieval?
S. Behl and R.M. Verma (USA)
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Track MultiCore and Multithreading FreeSubscription
631-005 The Impact of Multi-Core Architectures on Task Retrieval Policies for Volunteer Computing
D. Toth (USA)
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631-029 Thread Pipelining with Clustered Data Communication on Commodity CMPs
Y. Zhang, K. Ootsu, T. Yokota, and T. Baba (Japan)
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631-077 Two-Path Limited Speculative Multithreading Processor
T. Baba, T. Yokota, K. Ootsu, J. Yoneda, K. Sato, and H. Jutori (Japan)
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631-083 Simulation of Level-2 Cache Locking in Multicore Parallel Computing Systems
M. Rani, A. Asaduzzaman, and D. Koivisto (USA)
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Track Additional Paper FreeSubscription
629-015 Rapid System Prototyping of Networking Embedded Systems using System-C
I. Papaefstathiou, D. Mprachos, C. Yannakou, N. Zervos, and D. Pnevmatikatos
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Track SYMPOSIA: DISTRIBUTED SENSOR NETWORKS (DSN) FreeSubscription
Track Protocols for WSN FreeSubscription
635-001 Influence of Capture Effect on the Effectiveness of GSP in Wireless Sensor Networks
M. Calle and J. Kabara (Columbia)
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635-007 Sampling Sensor Fields using a Mobile Object: A Band-based Approach for Directional Broadcast of Sensor-Data
J. Li and S.M. Shatz (USA)
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635-011 Distributed Sensor Network Deployed on Eisenstein Grids
E. Cho, S. Srivathsan, S.S. Iyengar (USA), and N. Balakrishnan (India)
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635-013 Routing Strategy based Firecracker Protocol for Data Dissemination in Wireless Sensor Networks
M. Nene, P. Kale, and S. Kulkarni (India)
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635-017 Throughput Analysis of TPMA based MAC for Wireless Ad Hoc Sensor Networks
Y. Choi (Korea) and A. Nosratinia (USA)
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635-018 Cross-Layer based Approach for Efficient Resource Allocation in Wireless Cognitive Networks
Y.B. Reddy (USA)
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635-800 TSMP: Time Synchronized Mesh Protocol
K.S.J. Pister and L. Doherty (USA)
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635-803 Optimization of Wireless Sensor Networks Design using a Genetic Algorithm
J. Fan and D.J. Parish (UK)
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Track Applications, OS, and Security FreeSubscription
635-012 Using Higher-Order Voronoi Tessellations for WSN-based Target Tracking
M. Abdelkader, M. Hamdi, and N. Boudriga (Tunisia)
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635-015 Slab-based Memory Management Scheme for Sensor Operating System
H. Min, S. Yi, J. Heo, and J. Hong (Korea)
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635-016 Distributed M-D Filtering for Wave Front Detection in Grid Sensor Networks
M.G. Buddika Sumanasena and P.H. Bauer (UK)
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635-019 Digital Investigation in Multi-Layered Wireless Sensor Networks
S. Rekhis and N. Boudriga (Tunisia)
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Track SYMPOSIA: DISTRIBUTED AND INTELLIGENT MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS (DIMS) FreeSubscription
636-008 AirSpace: A System for Delivering Multimedia Contents of Advertisement by Push Approach
H. Fukuda and Y. Yamamoto (Japan)
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636-014 A Novel and Non SIP-based Framework for Initiating a Multimedia Session between Mobile Devices
S.E. Davies and S. Gardner (UK)
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636-016 A Collaborative and Evolutional Active Rule Network for Dynamic Data on the Web
S. Kurabayashi and Y. Kiyoki (Japan)
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636-800 A Music Database System with Content Analysis and Visualization Mechanisms
S. Imai, S. Kurabayashi, and Y. Kiyoki (Japan)
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636-803 Heuristic Determination of the Most Influential Affective Attributes in K-Line Indexed Media Collections
A.A. Toptsis and A. Dubitski (Canada)
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Track Late Paper FreeSubscription
631-039 A Cache Miss Analysis for Multithreaded Architectures
J.L. Hamkalo, A.J. Vega, and B. Cernuschi-Frías (Argentina)
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This conference consists of the following 3 symposia: SYMPOSIUM 1: High Performance Computing and Networking (HPCN) * Parallel Computing * Cluster Computing * Heterogeneous Computing * Mobile Computing * Web Computing * Supercomputing * Grid Computing * Computer and Communications Networks * Optical Networks * Broadband Networks * Wireless Networks * TCP/IP Networks * Home Networks * Interconnection Networks * Network Interfaces * Network Protocols * Network Performance * Network Security * Network Optimization * Network Management * Modelling and Simulation * Sensor Networks; SYMPOSIUM 2: Distributed Software Systems and Applications (DSSA) - * Parallel and Distributed Compilers * Operating Systems * Distributed Computing * Parallel Programming * Object-Oriented Systems * Software Development * Software Reuse * Distributed Agents * Software Tools * Internet Tools * Distributed Shared Memory * Embedded Systems * Real-Time Systems * Parallel I/O Systems * Web-based Systems * Multimedia Systems * Information Systems * Fault-Tolerant Systems * Distributed Image Processing * Parallel Data Structures * Distributed Databases * Data Warehousing * Data Mining * Knowledge-based Systems * Distributed Workflow Management * Distributed e-Commerce * Power Aware Systems * Compilers and Run Time Support * Applications SYMPOSIUM 3: Parallel Algorithms and Architectures (PAA) - * Algorithm Design * Parallel and Distributed Algorithms * Embedded Algorithms * Communication Algorithms * Optimization Algorithms * Randomized Algorithms * Algorithms for Heterogeneous Systems * Neural Networks * Genetic Algorithms * Algorithms for Quality of Service * Parallel Computer Architectures * Computational Models * Parallel VLSI Design * Re-Configurable Architecture * Resource Allocation * Load Balancing * Task Scheduling * Real-Time Scheduling * Message Routing * Protocol Design * Multicast Protocols * Visualization Tools * Security and Reliability * Modelling and Simulation * Power Aware Routing * Multicasting Algorithms * Multicore Computing * Applications

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