Parallel and Distributed Computing and Networks    (PDCN 2010)

February 16 – 18, 2010
Innsbruck, Austria
Editor(s): M.H. Hamza
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Track Grid Computing FreeSubscription
676-009 A Classified Cluster based Architecture for Resource Discovery in P2P Networks using Collaborative Agents
M. Sedaghat, M. Othman, and M.N. Sulaiman (Malaysia)
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676-021 Grid Scheduling Divisible Load with Load Adaptive Computing Power
K. Choi and T.G. Robertazzi (USA)
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676-039 Task Execution Availability Prediction in the Enterprise Desktop Grid
T. Ghafarian-M. and H. Deldari (Iran)
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676-079 Agglomeration of Dependent Tasks for Efficient Scheduling in Grid Environment
M. Chakraborty, S. Roy, and N. Mukherjee (India)
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676-082 A Novel Adaptive Support Vector Machine based Task Scheduling
Y.-w. Park, K. Casey, and S. Baskiyar (USA)
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Track Parallel Processing FreeSubscription
676-011 The Probabilistic Double Token Ring
F. Haddix (USA)
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676-028 Development of a Network on Chip for Parallel Processing Systems
K. Tanaka, S. Iwanami, T. Ohashi, T. Yamakawa, and C. Fukunaga (Japan)
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676-047 Integration of GPGPU Methods into a PET Reconstruction System
S. Schaetz and M. Kucera (Germany)
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676-053 Efficient Parallel Architecture of Median Filter
R. Medhat, H.M. Faheem, and M.E. Khaleefa (Egypt)
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676-078 Node-to-Set Disjoint Paths Problem in Perfect Hierarchical Hypercubes
A. Bossard, K. Kaneko, and S. Peng (Japan)
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676-087 Parallel Algorithms for Maximum Independent Set in Trapezoid Graphs
G.S. Adhar (USA)
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Track Parallel Programming FreeSubscription
676-052 A Wait-Free Dynamic Storage Allocator by Adopting the Helping Queue Pattern
P. Stellwag, J. Krainz, and W. Schröder-Preikschat (Germany)
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676-077 High-Performance Computations of Large Eddy Simulations of Compressible Jets
P. D'Andria, A. Viggiano, and V. Magi (Italy)
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676-089 Preliminary Evaluation of Batch-Learning Self-Organizing Map Algorithm on a Graphic Processor
A. Shitara, Y. Nishikawa, M. Yoshimi, T. Abe, T. Ikemura, and H. Amano (Japan)
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Track Fault Tolerance FreeSubscription
676-024 A Proactive Fault Tolerance Framework for High-Performance Computing
A. Litvinova (UK), C. Engelmann, and S.L. Scott (USA)
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676-031 A Low-Power Fault-Tolerant NoC using Error Correction and Detection Codes
Y. Kojima, H. Matsutani, M. Koibuchi, and H. Amano (Japan)
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676-054 Constructing Non-Dominated m-Group Coteries for Group Mutual Exclusion
T. Harada and M. Yamashita (Japan)
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676-072 An Adaptive Multi-Agent Approach for Distributed Alarm Correlation and Fault Identification
A.A Mohamed and O. Basir (Canada)
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Track Wireless Networks and Computer Networks FreeSubscription
676-012 An Efficient Inter-Domain Routing in Wireless Mesh Networks
N.F. Mir, S. Pumpichet, and H. Chan (USA)
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676-032 Link State Aware Routing for Multiple Mobile Robots in Wireless Sensor Network
A. Oda and H. Nishi (Japan)
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676-038 Channel Assignment Protocol with Weaker Restrictions in Wireless Multihop Networks
T. Kawai and H. Higaki (Japan)
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676-046 HEPRA: History of Encounters Probabilistic Routing Algorithm in Delay-Tolerant Network
F. Alnajjar and T. Saadawi (USA)
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676-050 An Experimental Model of Relay Deployment Planning Tool for a Wireless Sensor Network System to Monitor Civil Engineering Structures
C. Hirai (Japan) and K. Soga (UK)
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676-058 Towards an Integrated Network Control Architecture
P.-B. Bök, D. Pielken, and Y. Tüchelmann (Germany)
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676-059 Performance, Cost, and Power Evaluations of On-Chip Network Topologies in FPGAs
S. In, H. Matsutani, M. Koibuchi, D. Wang, and H. Amano (Japan)
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676-062 Effect of Atmospheric Turbulent Channel on Bit-Error-Rate of Optical Wireless Link
A. Prokes, O. Wilfert, and M. Sigmund (Czech Republic)
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676-073 A Minimization Problem in Wireless Sensor Networks
J. Curran and X. Chen (USA)
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Track High Performance Computing and Architectures FreeSubscription
676-022 An Energy Efficient SMT Processor with Heterogeneous Instruction Set Architectures
K. Yoshimura, T. Nakada, Y. Nakashima, and T. Kitamura (Japan)
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676-042 On the Parallelization of Meshless Methods for the Solution of the Diffusion Equation
R. Trobec and M. Šterk (Slovenia)
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676-045 On the Tradeoff between Speedup and Energy Consumption in High Performance Computing - A Bioinformatics Case Study
S. Pawaskar and H.H. Ali (USA)
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676-048 e-Infrastructure Support for nanoCMOS Device and Circuit Simulations
R.O. Sinnott, G. Stewart, A. Asenov, C. Millar, D. Reid, G. Roy, S. Roy, C. Davenhall,B. Harbulot, and M. Jones (UK)
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676-055 Is Iterative Deepening Search a Complete and Optimal Algorithm for Java PathFinder?
N. Shah and R. Iranmanesh (Malaysia)
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676-066 Stream Experiments: Toward Latency Hiding in GPGPU
S. Laosooksathit, C. Leangsuksun, A. Baggag, and C. Chandler (USA)
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676-085 Split Disk-Cache Architecture to Reduce Read Miss Ratio
S. Baskiyar and C. Wang (USA)
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Track Algorithms and Scheduling FreeSubscription
676-027 Coverage Overlay Backfilling: Efficient Job Allocation Scheduling Scheme for Large-Scale Mesh-Connected Supercomputers
Y. Ajima, K. Kumon, S. Sumimoto, M. Nagatsuka, T. Shimizu, and Y. Oinaga (Japan)
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676-037 Low-Complex Task Scheduling Algorithms for Hierarchical Embedded Many-Core Architectures and Dynamic Applications
A. Guerre, N. Ventroux, R. David, and A. Mérigot (France)
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676-063 Partial Session Guarantees in JStabilizer
C. Ciprian (Romania)
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676-086 Heterogenous Task Allocation with Constraints
T. McArthur and H.H. Ali (USA)
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Track Additional Papers FreeSubscription
676-013 A Reliable Transmission Protocol for Sensors in Poorly Connected Areas over Mobile Networks
B. Ray, S. Ananthanarayan, and S. Mishra (USA)
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676-081 Message Flow Simulator for Evaluating Communication Algorithms
S. Yazaki and H. Ishihata (Japan)
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