Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems    (PDCS 2009)

November 2 – 4, 2009
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Editor(s): T.F. Gonzalez
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Track Distributed Computing FreeSubscription
668-020 Design and Evaluation of a User-Oriented Availability Benchmark for Distributed File Systems
X. Chen, J. Langston, X. He, and S. Scott (USA)
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668-022 Toward the Marriage of XML and Mobile Agents: Utilizing XML-RPC as a Migration Media
K. Meguro, S. Motomura, T. Kawamura, and K. Sugahara (Japan)
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668-025 Processing Transactions with Greater Accuracy and Availability in COPAR
S. Beharry, M. Hosein (Trinidad and Tobago), S. Hartley, and J.M. Crichlow (USA)
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668-032 GPRIDE - A Generalized Priority-based Distributed Floor Control Protocol for Collaborative Applications
S.M. Banik and T.-H. Chang (USA)
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668-036 Distributed Algorithms for Computing Alternate Paths Avoiding Failed Nodes and Links
A.M. Bhosle and T.F. Gonzalez (USA)
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668-066 Distributed Heterogeneous Hashing and Deterministic Dynamical Decompositions
D. Deveci, M. Kortenjan, and G. Schomaker (Germany)
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Track Network Security FreeSubscription
668-011 Para-Snort: A Multi-Thread Snort on Multi-Core IA Platform
X. Chen, Y. Wu, L. Xu, Y. Xue, and J. Li (PRC)
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668-023 OnePort RMI: RMI Protecting Integrity and Confidentiality for Mobile Agents
K. Meguro, S. Motomura, T. Kawamura, and K. Sugahara (Japan)
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668-037 Authentication and Access Control QoSS (Quality of Security Service) for NoC-based Systems
M.J. SepĂșlveda, R. Pires, M. Strum, and W.J. Chau (Brazil)
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668-074 Performance of an Intrusion-Tolerant Gossip Protocol
K.P. Kihlstrom and R.S. Elliott (USA)
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Track Fault Tolerance and Network Performance and Multicore Systems FreeSubscription
668-009 Performance and Reliability Evaluations on Stochastic Activity Networks
H.-y. Tu (USA)
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668-012 Pancyclicity in Faulty k-ary 2-Cubes
Y. Xiang and I.A. Stewart (UK)
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668-013 On the Surface Area of the Alternating Group Networks
E. Cheng (USA), K. Qiu (Canada), and Z. Shen (USA)
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668-018 Highly Parallel Multi-Dimensional Fast Fourier Transform on Fine- and Coarse-Grained Many-Core Approaches
A. Beliz Saybasili (USA, Turkey), A. Tzannes, B.R. Brooks, and U. Vishkin (USA)
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668-049 An Exploration of CUDA and CBEA for a Gravitational Wave Source-Modelling Application
G. Khanna and J. McKennon (USA)
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668-077 Topologically Adaptive Parallel Breadth-First Search on Multicore Processors
Y. Xia and V.K. Prasanna (USA)
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Track Miscellaneous FreeSubscription
668-016 Dynamic P2P Topology Management for Scalable H.264 Multiple-Description Coded Video Streaming
C.-M. Huang, C.-C. Yang, and C.-H. Chang (Taiwan)
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668-021 Partitioning Strategies: Spatiotemporal Patterns of Program Decomposition
H. Hoffmann, A. Agarwal, and S. Devadas (USA)
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668-034 A Data Flow Implementation of Agent-based Distributed Graph Search
I. Hamchi, M. Hoarau, A. Fillinger, N. Crouzier, L. Diduch, M. Michel, and V. Stanford (USA)
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668-043 Real-Time Computation of Point-to-Multipoint Routes in Optical Networks for Digital Television
R. Messmer (Austria) and J. Keller (Germany)
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668-056 Applying Source-Address-based NAT for IPsec NAT Traversal: PtoP IPsec with NAT Router
M. Katsunori and K. Toshihiko (Japan)
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668-064 An Analysis of Threshold-Sensitive Routing Protocol in Wireless Sensor Networks
D. Choi and I. Chung (Korea)
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668-069 An Adaptive Scheduling Scheme for Large-Scale Workflows on Heterogeneous Environments
K. Ohno, M. Matsumoto, T. Sasaki, T. Kondo, and H. Nakashima (Japan)
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668-073 Improved Algorithms for Constructing Hypercube SP-Multicasting Trees
C.C. Cipriano and T.F. Gonzalez (USA)
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668-800 Smart and Scalable Communications between Dynamic Entities
A. Nurminen (Finland)
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Track Grid and Cloud Computing FreeSubscription
668-035 Shared Workspaces: A Concept for Implementing a Distributed eScience-Environment in Grid- and Cloud-based Infrastructures
U. Hönig and W. Schiffmann (Germany)
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668-059 A History-based Heuristic to Optimize Data Access in Distributed Environments
R. Porfirio Ishii and R. Fernandes de Mello (Brazil)
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668-060 Adaptive Grid Computing for MPI Applications
J. Zhang and W. Meleis (USA)
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668-071 Evaluating I/O Isolation of Virtual Machines in OpenVZ
F. Westphal, A. Sulistio, and C. Reich (Germany)
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668-076 Grid Authentication and Authorization based on Role Translation and Delegation
S. Tang and S. Shen (PRC)
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668-080 Design and Implementation of ITcell System: Towards the Next-Generation Data Center for Cloud Computing
S. Shigeta, A. Savva, Y. Imai, T. Yoshida, K. Fukui, K. Nishikawa, and H. Kishimoto (Japan)
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Track Distributed Computing and FPGA and GPU Processing FreeSubscription
668-017 A New Protocol to Optimize the Degree of Concurrency in Object-Oriented Databases
D. Saha and J. Morrissey (Canada)
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668-024 A Scalable Pipeline Architecture for Line Rate Packet Classification on FPGAs
J.M. Wagner, W. Jiang, and V.K. Prasanna (USA)
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668-027 Implementation and Evaluation of Self-Organizing Map Algorithm on a Graphic Processor
A. Shitara, Y. Nishikawa, M. Yoshimi, and H. Amano (Japan)
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668-038 Analyzing the Number of Slow Reads for Semifast Atomic Read/Write Register Implementations
C. Georgiou (Cyprus), S. Kentros, N. Nicolaou, and A.A. Shvartsman (USA)
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668-057 A Highly Parallel GPU-based Hash Accelerator for a Data Deduplication System
X. Li and D.J. Lilja (USA)
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668-065 Parallel Transient Simulator by GPU using CUDA
Y. Isoda, M. Yokota, I. Taniguchi, and M. Fukui (Japan)
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668-072 3f-Eventual Timeliness is Enough for Consensus of Resilience f
X. Liu and J. Pu (PRC)
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668-075 Automatically Generating Streaming Architectures from Ordinary Programs
L. Gao, G. Mittal, D. Zaretsky, D. Schonfeld, and P. Banerjee (USA)
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Track Wireless and Mobile Networks FreeSubscription
668-010 Multi-Path Position-based Routing in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
K. Day (Oman), S. Harous (UAE), B. Arafeh, and A. Touzene (Oman)
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668-014 A Programming Model for High-Performance Adaptive Applications on Pervasive Mobile Grids
C. Bertolli, D. Buono, S. Lametti, G. Mencagli, M. Meneghin, A. Pascucci, and M. Vanneschi (Italy)
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668-028 Movement Aware Routing for VANETs
C. Wu and T. Kato (Japan)
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668-055 Cost Performance Analysis in Parallel Computing Networks with Divisible Load Scheduling
K. Choi and T.G. Robertazzi (USA)
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668-078 High Throughput and Highly Reliable Wireless Multihop Transmissions in MANET
M. Kosugi and H. Higaki (Japan)
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668-079 Wireless Multihop Communication with Pair of Uni-Directional Multihop Routes in Wireless Access Networks
S. Kushiya and H. Higaki (Japan)
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Track Applications and Tools FreeSubscription
668-019 Cache-based Bounds Checking for Multi-Threaded C Programs
Y. Arahori, K. Gondow, and H. Maejima (Japan)
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668-026 Bypass Method based on Neighbor Node Determination Algorithm for Automatic Human Tracking System
H. Kakiuchi, S. Iwasaki, T. Kawamura, and K. Sugahara (Japan)
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668-031 Network Performance Evaluation in a Web Browser
A. Janc, C. Wills, and M. Claypool (USA)
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668-033 Parallel Implementation of the Implicitly Restarted Arnoldi/Lanczos Method
G.O. Ainsworth Jr., F.L.B. Ribeiro, and C. Magluta (Brazil)
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668-044 Automatic Speech Recognition Front-End Implemented by Means of Algorithmic Skeletons and Partial Reconfiguration
N. Montealegre and V. Kataev (Germany)
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668-053 Efficient Implementation of Air Traffic Control using the ClearSpeed CSX600 System
M. Yuan, J.W. Baker, F. Drews, and W. Meilander (USA)
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668-063 Shallow Ontology based Deep Web Probing
H. Lu and O.O. Maruatona (Australia)
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