Computational Science – ICCS 2009: 9th International Conference Baton Rouge, LA, USA, May 25-27, 2009 Proceedings, Part II (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, nr. 5545)

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“There is something fascinating about science. One gets such wholesale returns of conjecture out of such a tri?ing investment of fact. ” Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi The challenges in succeeding with computational science are numerous and deeply a?ect all disciplines. NSF’s 2006 Blue Ribbon Panel of Simulation-Based 1 Engineering Science (SBES) states ‘researchers and educators [agree]: com- tational and simulation engineering sciences are fundamental to the security and welfare of the United States. . . We must overcome di?culties inherent in multiscale modeling, the development of next-generation algorithms, and the design. . . of dynamic data-driven application systems. . . We must determine better ways to integrate data-intensive computing, visualization, and simulation. - portantly,wemustoverhauloureducationalsystemtofostertheinterdisciplinary study. . . The payo?sformeeting these challengesareprofound. ’The International Conference on Computational Science 2009 (ICCS 2009) explored how com- tational sciences are not only advancing the traditional hard science disciplines, but also stretching beyond, with applications in the arts, humanities, media and all aspects of research. This interdisciplinary conference drew academic and industry leaders from a variety of ?elds, including physics, astronomy, mat- matics,music,digitalmedia,biologyandengineering. Theconferencealsohosted computer and computational scientists who are designing and building the - ber infrastructure necessary for next-generation computing. Discussions focused on innovative ways to collaborate and how computational science is changing the future of research. ICCS 2009: ‘Compute. Discover. Innovate. ’ was hosted by the Center for Computation and Technology at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.
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ISBN-13: 9783642019722
ISBN-10: 3642019722
Pagini: 957
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 33 mm
Ediția: 2009
Editura: Springer Berlin, Heidelberg
Colecția Springer
Seriile Lecture Notes in Computer Science , Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues

Locul publicării: Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

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Third Workshop on Teaching Computational Science (WTCS 2009).- Third Workshop on Teaching Computational Science (WTCS 2009).- Combination of Bayesian Network and Overlay Model in User Modeling.- Building Excitement, Experience and Expertise in Computational Science among Middle and High School Students.- Using R for Computer Simulation and Data Analysis in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics.- Teaching Model for Computational Science and Engineering Programme.- Spread-of-Disease Modeling in a Microbiology Course.- An Intelligent Tutoring System for Interactive Learning of Data Structures.- A Tool for Automatic Code Generation from Schemas.- The New Computational and Data Sciences Undergraduate Program at George Mason University.- Models as Arguments: An Approach to Computational Science Education.- A Mathematical Modeling Module with System Engineering Approach for Teaching Undergraduate Students to Conquer Complexity.- Lessons Learned from a Structured Undergraduate Mentorship Program in Computational Mathematics at George Mason University.- Workshop on Computational Chemistry and Its Applications (4th CCA).- First Principle Study of the Anti– and Syn–Conformers of Thiophene–2–Carbonyl Fluoride and Selenophene–2–Carbonyl Fluoride in the Gas and Solution Phases.- Density Functional Calculation of the Structure and Electronic Properties of Cu n O n (n=1-4) Clusters.- Effects of Interface Interactions on Mechanical Properties in RDX-Based PBXs HTPB-DOA: Molecular Dynamics Simulations.- Pairwise Spin-Contamination Correction Method and DFT Study of MnH and H2 Dissociation Curves.- Prediction of Exchange Coupling Constant for Mn12 Molecular Magnet Using Dft+U.- A Cheminformatics Approach for Zeolite Framework Determination.- Theoretical Photochemistry of the Photochromic Molecules Based on Density Functional Theory Methods.- Predictions of Two Photon Absorption Profiles Using Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory Combined with SOS and CEO Formalisms.- The Kinetics of Charge Recombination in DNA Hairpins Controlled by Counterions.- Quantum Oscillator in a Heat Bath.- Density Functional Theory Study of Ag-Cluster/CO Interactions.- Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory Study of Structure-Property Relationships in Diarylethene Photochromic Compounds.- Free Energy Correction to Rigid Body Docking : Application to the Colicin E7 and Im7 Complex.- The Design of Tris(o-phenylenedioxy)cyclo-trisphosphazene (TPP) Derivatives and Analogs toward Multifunctional Zeolite Use.- Workshop on Atmospheric and Oceanic Computational Science.- Atmospheric and Oceanic Computational Science.- A Fully Implicit Jacobian-Free High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Mesoscale Flow Solver.- Time Acceleration Methods for Advection on the Cubed Sphere.- Comparison of Traditional and Novel Discretization Methods for Advection Models in Numerical Weather Prediction.- A Non-oscillatory Advection Operator for the Compatible Spectral Element Method.- Simulating Particulate Organic Advection along Bottom Slopes to Improve Simulation of Estuarine Hypoxia and Anoxia.- Explicit Time Stepping Methods with High Stage Order and Monotonicity Properties.- Improving GEOS-Chem Model Tropospheric Ozone through Assimilation of Pseudo Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer Profile Retrievals.- Chemical Data Assimilation with CMAQ: Continuous vs. Discrete Advection Adjoints.- A Second Order Adjoint Method to Targeted Observations.- A Scalable and Adaptable Solution Framework within Components of the Community Climate System Model.- Workshop on Geocomputation 2009.- GeoComputation 2009.- Grid Workflow Modeling for Remote Sensing Retrieval Service with Tight Coupling.- An Asynchronous Parallelized and Scalable Image Resampling Algorithm with Parallel I/O.- Design and Implementation of a Scalable General High Performance Remote Sensing Satellite Ground Processing System on Performance and Function.- Incremental Clustering Algorithm for Earth Science Data Mining.- Overcoming Geoinformatic Knowledge Fence: An Exploratory of Intelligent Geospatial Data Preparation within Spatial Analysis.- Spatial Relations Analysis by Using Fuzzy Operators.- A Parallel Nonnegative Tensor Factorization Algorithm for Mining Global Climate Data.- Querying for Feature Extraction and Visualization in Climate Modeling.- Applying Wavelet and Fourier Transform Analysis to Large Geophysical Datasets.- Seismic Wave Field Modeling with Graphics Processing Units.- Workshop on Dynamic Data Driven Applications Systems – DDDAS 2009.- Dynamic Data Driven Applications Systems – DDDAS 2009.- Characterizing Dynamic Data Driven Applications Systems (DDDAS) in Terms of a Computational Model.- Enabling End-to-End Data-Driven Sensor-Based Scientific and Engineering Applications.- Feature Clustering for Data Steering in Dynamic Data Driven Application Systems.- An Ensemble Kalman-Particle Predictor-Corrector Filter for Non-Gaussian Data Assimilation.- Computational Steering Strategy to Calibrate Input Variables in a Dynamic Data Driven Genetic Algorithm for Forest Fire Spread Prediction.- Injecting Dynamic Real-Time Data into a DDDAS for Forest Fire Behavior Prediction.- Event Correlations in Sensor Networks.- Workshop on Computational Finance and Business Intelligence.- Chairs’ Introduction to Workshop on Computational Finance and Business Intelligence.- Lag-Dependent Regularization for MLPs Applied to Financial Time Series Forecasting Tasks.- Bias-Variance Analysis for Ensembling Regularized Multiple Criteria Linear Programming Models.- Knowledge-Rich Data Mining in Financial Risk Detection.- Smoothing Newton Method for L 1 Soft Margin Data Classification Problem.- Short-Term Capital Flows in China: Trend, Determinants and Policy Implications.- Finding the Hidden Pattern of Credit Card Holder’s Churn: A Case of China.- Nearest Neighbor Convex Hull Classification Method for Face Recognition.- The Measurement of Distinguishing Ability of Classification in Data Mining Model and Its Statistical Significance.- Maximum Expected Utility of Markovian Predicted Wealth.- Continuous Time Markov Chain Model of Asset Prices Distribution.- Foreign Exchange Rates Forecasting with a C-Ascending Least Squares Support Vector Regression Model.- Multiple Criteria Quadratic Programming for Financial Distress Prediction of the Listed Manufacturing Companies.- Kernel Based Regularized Multiple Criteria Linear Programming Model.- Retail Exposures Credit Scoring Models for Chinese Commercial Banks.- The Impact of Financial Crisis of 2007-2008 on Crude Oil Price.- Joint Workshop on Tools for Program Development and Analysis in Computational Science and Software Engineering for Large-Scale Computing.- Preface for the Joint Workshop on Tools for Program Development and Analysis in Computational Science and Software Engineering for Large-Scale Computing.- Snapshot-Based Data Backup Scheme: Open ROW Snapshot.- Managing Provenance in iRODS.- Instruction Hints for Super Efficient Data Caches.- A Holistic Approach for Performance Measurement and Analysis for Petascale Applications.- A Generic and Configurable Source-Code Instrumentation Component.- Workshop on Collaborative and Cooperative Environments.- Dynamic VO Establishment in Distributed Heterogeneous Business Environments.- Interactive Control over a Programmable Computer Network Using a Multi-touch Surface.- Eye Tracking and Gaze Based Interaction within Immersive Virtual Environments.- Collaborative and Parallelized Immersive Molecular Docking.- The gMenu User Interface for Virtual Reality Systems and Environments.- Eighth International Workshop on Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling, CGGM 2009.- VIII International Workshop on Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling - CGGM’2009.- Reconstruction of Branching Surface and Its Smoothness by Reversible Catmull-Clark Subdivision.- A New Algorithm for Image Resizing Based on Bivariate Rational Interpolation.- Hardware-Accelerated Sumi-e Painting for 3D Objects.- A New Approach for Surface Reconstruction Using Slices.- Tools for Procedural Generation of Plants in Virtual Scenes.- Workshop on Intelligent Agents in Simulation and Evolvable Systems.- Toward the New Generation of Intelligent Distributed Computing Systems.- Multi-agent System for Recognition of Hand Postures.- From Algorithm to Agent.- The Norm Game - How a Norm Fails.- Graph Grammar Based Petri Nets Model of Concurrency for Self-adaptive hp-Finite Element Method with Triangular Elements.- Multi-agent Crisis Management in Transport Domain.- Agent-Based Model and Computing Environment Facilitating the Development of Distributed Computational Intelligence Systems.- Graph Transformations for Modeling hp-Adaptive Finite Element Method with Mixed Triangular and Rectangular Elements.- Agent-Based Environment for Knowledge Integration.- Agent Strategy Generation by Rule Induction in Predator-Prey Problem.- Handling Ambiguous Inverse Problems by the Adaptive Genetic Strategy hp–HGS.

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The two-volume set LNCS 5544-5545 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computational Science, ICCS 2009, held in Baton Rouge, LA, USA in May 2008.
The 60 revised papers of the main conference track presented together with the abstracts of 5 keynote talks and the 138 revised papers from 13 workshops were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the three volumes.
The general main track of ICSS 2009 was organized in about 20 parallel sessions addressing the following topics: e-Science Applications and Systems, Scheduling, Software Services and Tools, New Hardware and Its Applications, Computer Networks, Simulation of Complex Systems, Image Processing, Optimization Techniques, and Numerical Methods.