High Performance Computing and Communications: Third International Conference, HPCC 2007, Houston, USA, September 26-28, 2007, Proceedings

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Ronald Perrott, Barbara Chapman, Jaspal Subhlok, Rodrigo Fernandes de Mello, Laurence T. Yang
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007. gada 17. sept. - 823 lappuses
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications, HPCC 2007, held in Houston, USA, September 26-28, 2007. The 75 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 272 submissions. The papers address all current issues of parallel and distributed systems and high performance computing and communication as there are: networking protocols, routing, and algorithms, languages and compilers for HPC, parallel and distributed architectures and algorithms, embedded systems, wireless, mobile and pervasive computing, Web services and internet computing, peer-to-peer computing, grid and cluster computing, reliability, fault-tolerance, and security, performance evaluation and measurement, tools and environments for software development, distributed systems and applications, database applications and data mining, biological/molecular computing, collaborative and cooperative environments, and programming interfaces for parallel systems.

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Keynote Speech
1
A PublishSubscribe Based Asynchronous RMI Framework
19
Grid Computing
24
Acceptance Stress and BurnIn Tests
44
Data Mining Management and Optimization
62
Continuous Adaptive Outlier Detection on Distributed Data Streams
74
A Data Imputation Model in Sensor Databases
86
An Adaptive Parallel Hierarchical Clustering Algorithm
97
High Performance FFT on SGI Altix 3700
396
Languages and Compilers for
420
Software Pipelining for Packet Filters
446
Speculative Parallelization Eliminating the Overhead of Failure
460
Efficient Broadcasting in Multiradio Multichannel and Multihop
484
Exploiting Transient Route Availability
508
Reliable Event Detection and Congestion Avoidance in Wireless Sensor
521
ParallelDistributed Architectures
545

Distributed Mobile and Pervasive Systems
108
Performance Evaluation of ViewOriented Parallel Programming
120
MaximumObjectiveTrust Clustering Solution and Analysis in Mobile
132
A New Method for Multiobjective TDMA Scheduling in Wireless
144
Embedded Systems
156
A LowPower Globally Synchronous Locally Asynchronous
168
Parallel Genetic Algorithms for DVS Scheduling of Distributed
180
Journal RemapBased FTL for Journaling File System with Flash
192
A Complex NetworkBased Approach for Job Scheduling in Grid
204
Performance Prediction Based Resource Selection in Grid
228
A GPELBased Grid Workflow Engine
249
File and Memory Security Analysis for Grid Systems
273
The OneClick GridResource Model
296
Optimizing Performance of Automatic Training Phase for Application
309
Multiobjective Differential Evolution for Mapping in a Grid
322
A Block JRS Algorithm for Highly Parallel Computation of SVDs
346
Adaptive Computation of Self Sorting InPlace FFTs on Hierarchical
372
A Fair and LowOverhead Method in SMT Processor
566
Towards Scalable and High Performance IO Virtualization A Case
586
PeertoPeer Computing
599
A Scalable Structured P2P Network Based on Continuous
611
A Generic Minimum Dominating Forward Node Set Based Service
634
Performance Evaluation and Measurements Tools
647
Towards a Complexity Model for Design and Analysis of PGASBased
672
Towards Scalable Event Tracing for High End Systems
695
Throttling IO Streams to Accelerate FileIO Performance
718
Reliability and FaultTolerance
732
Traffic 334
744
Quantification of Cut Sequence Set for Fault Tree Analysis
755
Web Services and Internet Computing
776
An Efficient Distributed FaultTolerant Service Composition
797
Author Index
821
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