Euro-Par 2009 - Parallel Processing: 15th International Euro-Par Conference, Delft, The Netherlands, August 25-28, 2009, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, nr. 5704)

Editat de Henk Sips, Dick Epema, Hai-Xiang Lin
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Euro-Par is an annual series of international conferences dedicated to the p- motion and the advancement of all aspects of parallel computing. In Euro-Par, the ?eld of parallel computing is divided into the four broad categories of t- ory, high performance, cluster and grid, and distributed and mobile computing. These categories are further subdivided into 14 topics that focus on particular areas in parallel computing. The objective of Euro-Par is to provide a forum for promoting the development of parallel computing both as an industrial te- nique and as an academic discipline, extending the frontier of both the state of the art and the state of the practice. The target audience of Euro-Par c- sists of researchers in parallel computing in academic departments, government laboratories, and industrial organizations. Euro-Par 2009 was the 15th conference in the Euro-Par series, and was - ganized by the Parallel and Distributed Systems Group of Delft University of Technology in Delft, The Netherlands. The previous Euro-Par conferences took placeinStockholm,Lyon,Passau,Southampton,Toulouse,Munich,Manchester, Paderborn,Klagenfurt,Pisa,Lisbon, Dresden, Rennes, and Las Palmasde Gran Canaria. Next year, the conference will be held in Sorrento, Italy. More inf- mation on the Euro-Par conference series and organization is available on its website at
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ISBN-13: 9783642038686
ISBN-10: 3642038689
Pagini: 1147
Ilustrații: XXVII, 1120 p.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 41 mm
Greutate: 1.58 kg
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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Abstracts Invited Talks.- Multicore Programming Challenges.- Ibis: A Programming System for Real-World Distributed Computing.- What Is in a Namespace?.- Topic 1: Support Tools and Environments.- Atune-IL: An Instrumentation Language for Auto-tuning Parallel Applications.- Assigning Blame: Mapping Performance to High Level Parallel Programming Abstractions.- A Holistic Approach towards Automated Performance Analysis and Tuning.- Pattern Matching and I/O Replay for POSIX I/O in Parallel Programs.- An Extensible I/O Performance Analysis Framework for Distributed Environments.- Grouping MPI Processes for Partial Checkpoint and Co-migration.- Process Mapping for MPI Collective Communications.- Topic 2: Performance Prediction and Evaluation.- Stochastic Analysis of Hierarchical Publish/Subscribe Systems.- Characterizing and Understanding the Bandwidth Behavior of Workloads on Multi-core Processors.- Hybrid Techniques for Fast Multicore Simulation.- PSINS: An Open Source Event Tracer and Execution Simulator for MPI Applications.- A Methodology to Characterize Critical Section Bottlenecks in DSM Multiprocessors.- Topic 3: Scheduling and Load Balancing.- Dynamic Load Balancing of Matrix-Vector Multiplications on Roadrunner Compute Nodes.- A Unified Framework for Load Distribution and Fault-Tolerance of Application Servers.- On the Feasibility of Dynamically Scheduling DAG Applications on Shared Heterogeneous Systems.- Steady-State for Batches of Identical Task Trees.- A Buffer Space Optimal Solution for Re-establishing the Packet Order in a MPSoC Network Processor.- Using Multicast Transfers in the Replica Migration Problem: Formulation and Scheduling Heuristics.- A New Genetic Algorithm for Scheduling for Large Communication Delays.- Comparison of Access Policies for Replica Placement in Tree Networks.- Scheduling Recurrent Precedence-Constrained Task Graphs on a Symmetric Shared-Memory Multiprocessor.- Energy-Aware Scheduling of Flow Applications on Master-Worker Platforms.- Topic 4: High Performance Architectures and Compilers.- Last Bank: Dealing with Address Reuse in Non-Uniform Cache Architecture for CMPs.- Paired ROBs: A Cost-Effective Reorder Buffer Sharing Strategy for SMT Processors.- REPAS: Reliable Execution for Parallel ApplicationS in Tiled-CMPs.- Impact of Quad-Core Cray XT4 System and Software Stack on Scientific Computation.- Topic 5: Parallel and Distributed Databases.- Unifying Memory and Database Transactions.- A DHT Key-Value Storage System with Carrier Grade Performance.- Selective Replicated Declustering for Arbitrary Queries.- Topic 6: Grid, Cluster, and Cloud Computing.- POGGI: Puzzle-Based Online Games on Grid Infrastructures.- Enabling High Data Throughput in Desktop Grids through Decentralized Data and Metadata Management: The BlobSeer Approach.- MapReduce Programming Model for .NET-Based Cloud Computing.- The Architecture of the XtreemOS Grid Checkpointing Service.- Scalable Transactions for Web Applications in the Cloud.- Provider-Independent Use of the Cloud.- MPI Applications on Grids: A Topology Aware Approach.- Topic 7: Peer-to-Peer Computing.- A Least-Resistance Path in Reasoning about Unstructured Overlay Networks.- SiMPSON: Efficient Similarity Search in Metric Spaces over P2P Structured Overlay Networks.- Uniform Sampling for Directed P2P Networks.- Adaptive Peer Sampling with Newscast.- Exploring the Feasibility of Reputation Models for Improving P2P Routing under Churn.- Selfish Neighbor Selection in Peer-to-Peer Backup and Storage Applications.- Zero-Day Reconciliation of BitTorrent Users with Their ISPs.- Surfing Peer-to-Peer IPTV: Distributed Channel Switching.- Topic 8: Distributed Systems and Algorithms.- Distributed Individual-Based Simulation.- A Self-stabilizing K-Clustering Algorithm Using an Arbitrary Metric.- Active Optimistic Message Logging for Reliable Execution of MPI Applications.- Topic 9: Parallel and Distributed Programming.- A Parallel Numerical Library for UPC.- A Multilevel Parallelization Framework for High-Order Stencil Computations.- Using OpenMP vs. Threading Building Blocks for Medical Imaging on Multi-cores.- Parallel Skeletons for Variable-Length Lists in SkeTo Skeleton Library.- Stkm on Sca: A Unified Framework with Components, Workflows and Algorithmic Skeletons.- Grid-Enabling SPMD Applications through Hierarchical Partitioning and a Component-Based Runtime.- Reducing Rollbacks of Transactional Memory Using Ordered Shared Locks.- Topic 10: Parallel Numerical Algorithms.- Wavelet-Based Adaptive Solvers on Multi-core Architectures for the Simulation of Complex Systems.- Localized Parallel Algorithm for Bubble Coalescence in Free Surface Lattice-Boltzmann Method.- Fast Implicit Simulation of Oscillatory Flow in Human Abdominal Bifurcation Using a Schur Complement Preconditioner.- A Parallel Rigid Body Dynamics Algorithm.- Optimized Stencil Computation Using In-Place Calculation on Modern Multicore Systems.- Parallel Implementation of Runge–Kutta Integrators with Low Storage Requirements.- PSPIKE: A Parallel Hybrid Sparse Linear System Solver.- Out-of-Core Computation of the QR Factorization on Multi-core Processors.- Adaptive Parallel Householder Bidiagonalization.- Topic 11: Multicore and Manycore Programming.- Tile Percolation: An OpenMP Tile Aware Parallelization Technique for the Cyclops-64 Multicore Processor.- An Extension of the StarSs Programming Model for Platforms with Multiple GPUs.- StarPU: A Unified Platform for Task Scheduling on Heterogeneous Multicore Architectures.- XJava: Exploiting Parallelism with Object-Oriented Stream Programming.- JCUDA: A Programmer-Friendly Interface for Accelerating Java Programs with CUDA.- Fast and Efficient Synchronization and Communication Collective Primitives for Dual Cell-Based Blades.- Searching for Concurrent Design Patterns in Video Games.- Parallelization of a Video Segmentation Algorithm on CUDA–Enabled Graphics Processing Units.- A Parallel Point Matching Algorithm for Landmark Based Image Registration Using Multicore Platform.- High Performance Matrix Multiplication on Many Cores.- Parallel Lattice Basis Reduction Using a Multi-threaded Schnorr-Euchner LLL Algorithm.- Efficient Parallel Implementation of Evolutionary Algorithms on GPGPU Cards.- Topic 12: Theory and Algorithms for Parallel Computation.- Implementing Parallel Google Map-Reduce in Eden.- A Lower Bound for Oblivious Dimensional Routing.- Topic 13: High-Performance Networks.- A Case Study of Communication Optimizations on 3D Mesh Interconnects.- Implementing a Change Assimilation Mechanism for Source Routing Interconnects.- Dependability Analysis of a Fault-Tolerant Network Reconfiguring Strategy.- RecTOR: A New and Efficient Method for Dynamic Network Reconfiguration.- NIC-Assisted Cache-Efficient Receive Stack for Message Passing over Ethernet.- A Multipath Fault-Tolerant Routing Method for High-Speed Interconnection Networks.- Hardware Implementation Study of the SCFQ-CA and DRR-CA Scheduling Algorithms.- Topic 14: Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing.- Optimal and Near-Optimal Energy-Efficient Broadcasting in Wireless Networks.

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Parallel Computing, Euro-Par 2009, held in Delft, The Netherlands, in August 2009.
The 85 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 256 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on support tools and environments; performance prediction and evaluation; scheduling and load balancing; high performance architectures and compilers; parallel and distributed databases; grid, cluster, and cloud computing; peer-to-peer computing; distributed systems and algorithms; parallel and distributed programming; parallel numerical algorithms; multicore and manycore programming; theory and algorithms for parallel computation; high performance networks; and mobile and ubiquitous computing.