Proceedings of the Seventh SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing

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David H. Bailey
SIAM, 1995. gada 1. janv. - 875 lappuses
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Image Signal and Information Processing
3
A Parallel Compact FFT for Real Symmetric Sequences
27
Modifying the Singular Value Decompositions on the Connection Machine
33
Parallel Methods for the Reconstruction of SPECT Images
56
Optimization and Control
72
Parallel Solution of Optimal Shape Design Problem Governed by Helmholtz
102
Contents
104
Computational Physics
113
Beyond Conventional Mesh Partitioning Algorithms and the Minimum Edge
611
A Graph Contraction Algorithm for the Fast Calculation of the Fiedler Vector
621
A Parallel Implementation of Multilevel Recursive Spectral Bisection
627
Estimation of the Graph Partitioning for a Hierarchical System
635
Optimal Scheduling and Balancing of Multiprogrammed Loads over
641
Dynamic Load Balancing
645
An Overview of the SUIF Compiler for Scalable Parallel Machines
662
Efficient Parallelism via Hierarchical Tiling
680

Parallel Algorithms for SemiLagrangian Transport in Global Atmospheric
119
Implementing a Parabolized NavierStokes Flow Solver on the Cray
143
HighOrder Finite Difference Formulations for the Incompressible Navier
155
A Parallel Incompressible NavierStokes Solver with Multigrid Iterations
167
A Tool to Parallelise Ocean Models by a Domain
173
A Scalable DivideandConquer Parallel Algorithm for Fininte State Automata
193
Combining SAS with FSM for Platebending Problems
241
From
249
Reducing Ranking Effects in Parallel Adaptive Quadrature
261
Parallel Computation of Steiner Minimal Trees
267
Contents
273
Contents
275
Parallel Computation of Invariant Measures
285
ALGORITHMS
291
The Fast Solution of ThreeDimensional Fluid Dynamical NBody Problems
301
Cosmological Nbody Simulation
307
Hierarchical Nbody Methods on Shared Address Space Multiprocessors
313
Comparison of an ON and an OlN log N Nbody Solver
337
nBody Simulations Using Message Passing Parallel Computers
355
Partial Differential Equations
361
Adaptive Multigrid in Parallel
367
The Use of Inexact ODE Solver in Waveform Relaxation Methods on
385
A Direct Domain Decomposition Procedure for Elliptic Problems
405
A Scalable 2D Parallel Sparse Solver
424
Optimally Scalable Parallel Sparse Cholesky Factorization
442
Parallel Sparse Matrix Computations in Iterative Solvers on Distributed
454
Preconditioning with a Decoupled Rowwise Ordering on the CM5
484
A Parallel Algorithm for Direct Solution of Large Scale FiveDiagonal Linear
498
Direct Methods for Banded Linear Systems on Massively Parallel Processor
506
Eigenvalues
516
Singular Vectors via Differential
564
Mesh Partitioning and Load Balancing
575
Dynamic Load Balancing for Finite Element Calculations on Parallel
599
A CompilerBlockable Algorithm for QR Decomposition
686
Expressing Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Methods in High Performance
698
Compiling High Performance Fortran
704
Exploiting Parallelism in Multidisciplinary Applications Using Opus
710
A Layered Architecture to Compose
720
Libraries and Runtime Systems
728
PolyAlgorithms Data Distribution
734
Modularity Reuse and Efficiency with MessageDriven Libraries
738
The PMESC Parallel Programming Paradigm and Library
744
Distributed Object Library
750
Message Passing Performance of Intel Paragon IBM SPI and Cray
768
Parallel Task Scheduling for Minimizing Processor Idle Time
776
Visualization and Performance
784
Highlevel Graphic and Visual Environments for the Intel Paragon
796
Parallel Visualization of 3D Finite Element Analysis Data
808
Message Compression for High Performance
814
Modeling Communication in Cluster Computing
820
Automated Instrumentation Monitoring and Visualization of PVM Programs
832
Simulated Console Lights for Parallel Programs
838
Performance Analysis of Instrumentation System Management Policies Abdul Waheed Vincent F Melfi and Diane T Rover
844
Speed of Nary Tree Networks Emile Haddad
846
A MemoryConstrained Scalability Metric Mark Fienup and S C Kothari
848
Is Scalability Relevant? A Look at Sparse MatrixVector Product Bowen Alpern and Larry Carter
850
A contradiction? Greg Astfalk
852
Is Scalable Parallel Computing a Myth? Position Papers from Panel Discussion
855
Bowen Alpern and Larry Carter
857
Greg Astfalk
860
David H Bailey
863
Jack J Dongarra
865
John Hennessy
868
Vipin Kumar
870
Author Index
873
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