Parallel and Distributed Computing and Networks

211

2013  Issue
Editor-In-Chief(s): Prof. Amiya Nayak
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ISSN (Online): 1925-5543

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10.2316/Journal.211.2013.3.211-1053

A GPGPU PROGRAMMING FRAMEWORK BASED ON A SHARED-MEMORY MODEL
Kazuhiko Ohno, Dai Michiura, Masaki Matsumoto, Takahiro Sasaki, and Toshio Kondo
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10.2316/Journal.211.2013.3.211-1070

ADAPTIVE VELOCITY-BASED ROUTE DISCOVERY IN MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS
Ismail Ababneh, Wail Mardini, and Asmahan Abu al-Hassan
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This is an interdisciplinary journal covering all areas of parallel processing and distributed computing and networks that apply to the engineering and computer technology. The interdisciplinary approach of the publication ensures that a diverse range of fields are covered. The scope of Parallel and Distributed Computing and Networks includes algorithms, broadband networks, cloud computing, cluster computing, compilers, data mining, data warehousing, distributed databases, distributed knowledge-based systems, distributed multimedia, distributed real-time systems, distributed programming, fault tolerance, grid computing, heterogeneous computing, high performance computing, interconnection networks, Internet tools, many-core computing, memory and I/O systems, mobile computing, modelling and simulation, multi-core computing, operating systems, parallel computing systems, parallel processing and programming, performance evaluation, personal computing, planning protocols, real-time and embedded systems, reliability, resource allocation, reusability, routing, scheduling, supercomputing, web technologies, and wireless networks.

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Prof. Amiya NAYAK
School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE)
University of Ottawa
800 King Edward Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6N5, Canada
anayak@site.uottawa.ca

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