Parallel Computing Technologies [electronic resource] : 6th International Conference, PaCT 2001 Novosibirsk, Russia, September 3–7, 2001 Proceedings / edited by Victor Malyshkin.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2127Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001Description: XII, 524 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540447436Subject(s): Computer science | Computer network architectures | Software engineering | Computer software | Computer simulation | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Computation by Abstract Devices | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks | Simulation and ModelingAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.1 LOC classification: QA76.758Online resources: Click here to access online
Theory -- A Hybrid Approach to Reaction-Diffusion Processes Simulation -- Formal Verification of Coherence for a Shared Memory Multiprocessor Model -- Static Analysis for Secrecy and Non-interference in Networks of Processes -- Consensus in One Communication Step -- Design Space Exploration for Massively Parallel Processor Arrays -- GCA: Global Cellular Automata. A Flexible Parallel Model -- Cellular-Pipelined Algorithm Architecture for Polynomial Computing -- MetaPL: A Notation System for Parallel Program Description and Performance Analysis -- First-Order 2D Cellular Neural Networks Investigation and Learning -- Quiescent Uniform Reliable Broadcast as an Introduction to Failure Detector Oracles -- A Transaction Processing Model for the Mobile Data Access System -- Characterizing Timed Net Processes Categorically -- Mapping Heterogeneous Task Graphs onto Networks: Execution Time Optimization -- An O[n 3/z 3] Reduction Procedure for Determining the Maximum Degree of Parallelism in Parallel Applications -- Software and Architecture -- ARTCP: Efficient Algorithm for Transport Protocol for Packet Switched Networks -- Extension of Java Environment by Facilities Supporting Development of SPMD Java-Programs -- Mechanisms of Parallel Computing Organization for NeuroCluster -- Parallel SPMD-Tasks Graph Description Language for Network Clusters -- Optimizing Metacomputing with Communication-Computation Overlap -- WebCluster: A Web-Accessible Cluster Computing System Based on Coordination and Mobility -- On Using SPiDER to Examine and Debug Real-World Data-Parallel Applications -- Experimental Version of Parallel Programs Translator from Petri Nets to C++ -- Typing the ISA to Cluster the Processor -- Send-Recv Considered Harmful? Myths and Truths about Parallel Programming -- UNICORE: A Grid Computing Environment for Distributed and Parallel Computing -- Parallel Adaptive Mesh Refinement with Load Balancing for Finite Element Method -- Concurrent Implementation of Structurally Synthesized Programs -- An Associative Version of the Bellman-Ford Algorithm for Finding the Shortest Paths in Directed Graphs -- Fusion of Concurrent Invocations of Exclusive Methods -- Computational Portal: Remote Access to High-Performance Computing -- Event Logic Programming -- Techniques for Increasing Performance of CORBA Parallel Distributed Applications -- Manager-Worker Parallelism versus Dataflow in a Distributed Computer Algebra System -- Communication Interface CoIn -- Design of a Tool for Providing Dynamic Network Information to an Application -- Compilation Principle of a Specification Language Dedicated to Signal Processing -- An Approach to Composing Parallel Programs -- Web-Based Parallel Simulation of AGVs Using Java and JINI -- Applications -- On the Parallelezation of Domain Decomposition Methods for 3-D Boundary Value Problems -- Parallel Generation of Percolation Beds Based on Stochastic Cellular Automata -- Parallel Simulation of 3D Incompressible Flows and Performance Comparison for Several MPP and Cluster Platforms -- Distributed Simulation of Hybrid Systems with HLA Support -- Application of the Parallel Computing Technology to a Wave Front Model Using the Finite Element Method -- A General Parallel Computing Approach Using the Finite Element Method and the Objects Oriented Programming by Selected Data Technique -- Parallel Implementation of a Corrected DSMC Method -- Parallel Algorithms for Non-stationary Problems: Survey of New Generation of Explicit Schemes -- Tool Environments in CORBA-Based Medical High Performance Computing -- Parallel Algorithms for the Analysis of Biological Sequences -- Some Parallel Monte Carlo Algorithms -- Implementation of the Parallel Four Points Modified Explicit Group Iterative Algorithm on Shared Memory Parallel Computer -- A Parallel Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Clustering Program -- Protein Sequence Comparison on the Instruction Systolic Array -- SCI-Based LINUX PC-Clusters as a Platform for Electromagnetic Field Calculations.
The PaCT-2001 (Parallel Computing Technologies) conference was a four-day conference held in Akademgorodok (Novosibirsk), September 3–7, 2001. This was the sixth international conference in the PaCT series, organized in Russia every odd year. The ?rst conference, PaCT-91, was held in Novosibirsk (Academgorodok), September 7–11, 1991. The next PaCT conferences were held in Obninsk (near Moscow), August 30 – September 4, 1993; in St.Petersburg, September 12–15, 1995; in Yaroslavl September 9–12, 1997; and in Pushkin (near St.Petersburg) from September 6–10, 1999. The PaCT proceedings are published by Springer- Verlag in the LNCS series. PaCT-2001 was jointly organized by the Institute of Computational Mat- maticsandMathematicalGeophysicsoftheRussianAcademyofSciences(No- sibirsk), the State University, and the State Technical University of Novosibirsk. The purpose of the conference was to bring together scientists working with theory, architecture, software, hardware, and solution of large-scale problems in order to provide integrated discussions on parallel computing technologies. The conference attracted about 100 participants from around the world. - thors from 17 countries submitted 81 papers. Of those submitted, 36 papers were selected for the conference as regular ones; there were also 4 invited - pers. In addition there were a number of posters presented. All the papers were internationally reviewed by at least three referees. As usual a demo session was organized for the participants.