Robert, Y.L., Parashar, M., Badrinath, R., Prasanna, V.K. (Eds.)
2006, XXIV, 642 p.
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on High-Performance Computing, HiPC 2006, held in Bangalore, India in December 2006.
The 52 revised full papers presented together with the abstracts of 7 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 335 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on scheduling and load balancing, architectures, network and distributed algorithms, application software, network services, applications, ad-hoc networks, systems software, sensor networks and performance evaluation, as well as routing and data management algorithms.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Alignment - Cluster - Hochleistungsrechnen - Scheduling - architecture - calculus - cluster computing - complexity - computational science - distributed algorithms - embedded systems - high performance communication - network computing - optimization - par
Keynote Addresses.- Navigability of Small World Networks.- Opportunities and Challenges for Future Generation Grid Research.- Software Challenges for Multicore Computing.- Imaging-Based Systems Biology.- Advanced Scientific Computing: An Extraordinary Tool for Extraordinary Science.- High-Performance Computing for the Masses.- Banquet Speech.- Conquering Complexity in Information Systems.- Plenary Session – Best Papers.- Algorithmic Ramifications of Prefetching in Memory Hierarchy.- A Cache-Partitioning Aware Replacement Policy for Chip Multiprocessors.- Session I – Scheduling and Load Balancing.- A Security-Oriented Task Scheduler for Heterogeneous Distributed Systems.- Minimizing Average Response Time for Scheduling Stochastic Workload in Heterogeneous Computational Grids.- Advanced Reservation-Based Scheduling of Task Graphs on Clusters.- Estimation Based Load Balancing Algorithm for Data-Intensive Heterogeneous Grid Environments.- Improving the Flexibility of the Deficit Table Scheduler.- Session II – Architectures.- A Cache-Pinning Strategy for Improving Generational Garbage Collection.- A Realizable Distributed Ion-Trap Quantum Computer.- Segmented Bitline Cache: Exploiting Non-uniform Memory Access Patterns.- Trade-Offs in Transient Fault Recovery Schemes for Redundant Multithreaded Processors.- Supporting Speculative Multithreading on Simultaneous Multithreaded Processors.- Session III – Network and Distributed Algorithms.- Dynamic Internet Congestion with Bursts.- A Repair Mechanism for Fault-Tolerance for Tree-Structured Peer-to-Peer Systems.- Utility-Based Adaptation of RED Parameters.- Capturing an Intruder in Product Networks.- Efficient In-Network Evaluation of Multiple Queries.- Session IV – Application Software.- Island Model Parallel Genetic Algorithm for Optimization of Symmetric FRP Laminated Composites.- Experiments with Wide Area Data Coupling Using the Seine Coupling Framework.- HeteroMPI+ScaLAPACK: Towards a ScaLAPACK (Dense Linear Solvers) on Heterogeneous Networks of Computers.- Parallel Implementation of a Spline Based Computational Approach for Singular Perturbation Problems.- Collaborative Grid Process Creation Support in an Engineering Domain.- Session V – Network Services.- A Multi-attribute Data Structure with Parallel Bloom Filters for Network Services.- Receive Side Coalescing for Accelerating TCP/IP Processing.- Minimizing Metadata Access Latency in Wide Area Networked File Systems.- Connecting Pervasive Frameworks Through Mediation.- Error Resilient Video Streaming for Heterogeneous Networks.- Session VI – Applications.- Exploring Thread and Memory Placement on NUMA Architectures: Solaris and Linux, UltraSPARC/FirePlane and Opteron/HyperTransport.- Low Power Scheduling of DAGs to Minimize Finish Times.- GPU-ClustalW: Using Graphics Hardware to Accelerate Multiple Sequence Alignment.- Load Balanced Block Lanczos Algorithm over GF(2) for Factorization of Large Keys.- Parallel Support Graph Preconditioners.- Session VII – Ad-Hoc Networks.- Group Based Routing in Disconnected Ad Hoc Networks.- A Hybrid Routing Scheme for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks with Mobile Backbones.- K-Tree: A Multiple Tree Video Multicast Protocol for Ad Hoc Wireless Networks.- Towards Estimating Lifetime of Ad Hoc Wireless Networks.- A Proxy Based Efficient Checkpointing Scheme for Fault Recovery in Mobile Grid System.- Session VIII – Systems Software.- Impact of Noise on Scaling of Collectives: An Empirical Evaluation.- DDSS: A Low-Overhead Distributed Data Sharing Substrate for Cluster-Based Data-Centers over Modern Interconnects.- Proactive Fault Tolerance in MPI Applications Via Task Migration.- Exploring Energy-Performance Trade-Offs for Heterogeneous Interconnect Clustered VLIW Processors.- Distributed Anemone: Transparent Low-Latency Access to Remote Memory.- Session IX – Sensor Networks and Performance Evaluation.- Scalable Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks.- A Novel Real-Time MAC Protocol Exploiting Spatial and Temporal Channel Diversity in Wireless Industrial Networks.- Collective Communication Costs Analysis over Gigabit Ethernet and InfiniBand.- An Efficient MAP Classifier for Sensornets.- Performance Evaluation of a Chip-MultiThreading Server for High Performance Computing Applications.- Session X – Routing and Data Management Algorithms.- A Study on the Locality Behavior of Minimum Spanning Tree Algorithms.- A Precomputation-Based Scheme for QoS Routing and Fair Bandwidth Allocation.- Heuristics for Flash-Dissemination in Heterogenous Networks.- B-PIC: A Novel Caching Scheme for Multimedia Streaming Servers.- Gvu: A View-Oriented Framework for Data Management in Grid Environments.