High Performance Computing - HiPC 2003 [electronic resource] : 10th International Conference, Hyderabad, India, December 17-20, 2003. Proceedings / edited by Timothy Mark Pinkston, Viktor K. Prasanna.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2913Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003Description: XX, 512 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540245964Subject(s): Computer science | Computer network architectures | Software engineering | Computer software | Electronic data processing | Computational complexity | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks | Computation by Abstract Devices | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Numeric Computing | Discrete Mathematics in Computer ScienceAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.1 LOC classification: QA76.758Online resources: Click here to access online
Keynote Address -- Life’s Duplicities: Sex, Death, and Valis -- Session I – Performance Issues and Power-Aware Architectures -- Performance Analysis of Blue Gene/L Using Parallel Discrete Event Simulation -- An Efficient Web Cache Replacement Policy -- Timing Issues of Operating Mode Switch in High Performance Reconfigurable Architectures -- Power-Aware Adaptive Issue Queue and Register File -- FV-MSB: A Scheme for Reducing Transition Activity on Data Buses -- Session II – Parallel/Distributed and Network Algorithms -- A Parallel Iterative Improvement Stable Matching Algorithm -- Self-Stabilizing Distributed Algorithm for Strong Matching in a System Graph -- Parallel Data Cube Construction: Algorithms, Theoretical Analysis, and Experimental Evaluation -- Efficient Algorithm for Embedding Hypergraphs in a Cycle -- Mapping Hypercube Computations onto Partitioned Optical Passive Star Networks -- Keynote Address -- The High Performance Microprocessor in the Year 2013: What Will It Look Like? What It Won’t Look Like? -- Session III – Routing in Wireless, Mobile, and Cut-Through Networks -- FROOTS – Fault Handling in Up*/Down* Routed Networks with Multiple Roots -- Admission Control for DiffServ Based Quality of Service in Cut-Through Networks -- On Shortest Path Routing Schemes for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks -- A Hierarchical Routing Method for Load-Balancing -- Ring Based Routing Schemes for Load Distribution and Throughput Improvement in Multihop Cellular, Ad hoc, and Mesh Networks -- Session IV – Scientific and Engineering Applications -- A High Performance Computing System for Medical Imaging in the Remote Operating Room -- Parallel Partitioning Techniques for Logic Minimization Using Redundancy Identification -- Parallel and Distributed Frequent Itemset Mining on Dynamic Datasets -- A Volumetric FFT for BlueGene/L -- A Nearly Linear-Time General Algorithm for Genome-Wide Bi-allele Haplotype Phasing -- Keynote Address -- Energy Aware Algorithm Design via Probabilistic Computing: From Algorithms and Models to Moore’s Law and Novel (Semiconductor) Devices -- Session V – System Support in Overlay Networks, Clusters, and Grid -- Designing SANs to Support Low-Fanout Multicasts -- POMA: Prioritized Overlay Multicast in Ad Hoc Environments -- Supporting Mobile Multimedia Services with Intermittently Available Grid Resources -- Exploiting Non-blocking Remote Memory Access Communication in Scientific Benchmarks -- Session VI – Scheduling and Software Algorithms -- Scheduling Directed A-Cyclic Task Graphs on Heterogeneous Processors Using Task Duplication -- Double-Loop Feedback-Based Scheduling Approach for Distributed Real-Time Systems -- Combined Scheduling of Hard and Soft Real-Time Tasks in Multiprocessor Systems -- An Efficient Algorithm to Compute Delay Set in SPMD Programs -- Dynamic Load Balancing for I/O-Intensive Tasks on Heterogeneous Clusters -- Keynote Address -- Standards Based High Performance Computing -- Session VII – Network Design and Performance Issues -- Delay and Jitter Minimization in High Performance Internet Computing -- An Efficient Heuristic Search for Optimal Wavelength Requirement in Static WDM Optical Networks -- Slot Allocation Schemes for Delay Sensitive Traffic Support in Asynchronous Wireless Mesh Networks -- Multicriteria Network Design Using Distributed Evolutionary Algorithm -- Session VIII – Grid Applications and Architecture Support -- GridOS: Operating System Services for Grid Architectures -- Hierarchical and Declarative Security for Grid Applications -- A Middleware Substrate for Integrating Services on the Grid -- Performance Analysis of a Hybrid Overset Multi-block Application on Multiple Architectures -- Complexity Analysis of a Cache Controller for Speculative Multithreading Chip Multiprocessors -- Keynote Address -- One Chip, One Server: How Do We Exploit Its Power? -- Session IX – Performance Evaluation and Analysis -- Data Locality Optimization for Synthesis of Efficient Out-of-Core Algorithms -- Performance Evaluation of Working Set Scheme for Location Management in PCS Networks -- Parallel Performance of the Interpolation Supplemented Lattice Boltzmann Method -- Crafting Data Structures: A Study of Reference Locality in Refinement-Based Pathfinding -- Improving Performance Analysis Using Resource Management Information -- Session X – Scheduling and Migration -- Optimizing Dynamic Dispatches through Type Invariant Region Analysis -- Thread Migration/Checkpointing for Type-Unsafe C Programs -- Web Page Characteristics-Based Scheduling -- Controlling Kernel Scheduling from User Space: An Approach to Enhancing Applications’ Reactivity to I/O Events -- High-Speed Migration by Anticipative Mobility.
Message from the Steering Chair It was my pleasure to welcome attendees to the 10th International Conference on High-Performance Computing and to Hyderabad, an emerging center of IT activities in India. We are indebted to Timothy Pinkston for his superb e?orts as program chair in organizing an excellent technical program. We received a record number of submissions this year. Over the past year, I discussed the meeting details with Timothy. I am grateful to him for his thoughtful inputs. Many volunteers helped to organize the meeting. In addition, I was glad to welcome Rajesh Gupta as Keynote Chair, Atul Negi as Student Scholarships Chair, and Sushil Prasad as Proceedings Chair. I look forward to their cont- butions for the continued success of the meeting series. Sushil Prasad did an excellent job in bringing out these proceedings. Kamal Karlapalem assisted us with local arrangements at IIIT, Hyderabad. Dheeraj Sanghi took on the r- ponsibility of focussed publicity for the meeting within India. Vijay Keshav of Intel India, though not listed as a volunteer, provided me with many pointers for bringing the India-based high-performance computing vendors to the meeting. I would like to thank M. Vidyasagar for agreeing to host the meeting in Hyderabad and for his assistance with the local arrangements. Continuing the tradition set at last year’s meeting, several workshops were organized by volunteers. These workshops were coordinated by C.P. Ravikumar. Healsovolunteeredtoputtogethertheworkshopproceedings,andSushilPrasad assisted him in this.