Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems    (PDCS 2002)

November 4 – 6, 2002
Cambridge, USA
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Track Grid Computing FreeSubscription
373-056 On Special-purpose Hardware Clusters for High-performance Computational Grids
J.M. Lehrter, F.N. Abu-Khzam, D.W. Bouldin, M.A. Langston, and G.D. Peterson (USA)
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373-072 The Vega Personal Grid: A Lightweight Grid Architecture
W. Li, Z. Xu, B. Li, and Y. Gong (PRC)
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373-074 Grid Computing Distribution using Network Processors
B. Liljeqvist and L. Bengtsson (Sweden)
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373-076 Cluster-based Molecular Dynamics Parallel Simulation in Thermophysics
J. Shu, B. Wang, J. Wang, M. Chen, and W. Zheng (PRC)
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373-082 Navigation in Grid Space with the NAS Grid Benchmarks
M. Frumkin and R. Hood (USA)
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373-161 Climateprediction.net: Design Principles for Public-resource Modeling Research
D. Stainforth, J. Kettleborough, A. Martin, A. Simpson, R. Gillis, A. Akkas, R. Gault, M. Collins, D. Gavaghan, and M. Allen (UK)
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373-197 The System for Evolutionary Computing on the Computational Grid
Y. Tanimura, T. Hiroyasu, M. Miki, and K. Aoi (Japan)
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373-252 Evaluating Communication Performance Measurement Methods for Distributed Systems
T.T. Le (USA)
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Track Routing Algorithms and Complexity FreeSubscription
373-005 On Independently Finding Converging Paths in Internet
F. Dai and J. Wu (USA)
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373-069 Linear Arrangement of Incomplete Hypercubes
Y.-C. Liu, H.-W. Chang, J.-F. Fang, and C.-C. Wu (Taiwan)
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373-097 Complexity of k-Pairwise Disjoint Shortest Paths in the Undirected Hypercubic Network and Related Problems
T.F. Gonzalez and D. Serena (USA)
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373-111 A Fast Parallel Routing Algorithm for Benes Group Switches
E. Lu and S.Q. Zheng (USA)
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373-165 Synchronous Geodetic Network
M. Kant (Canada)
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373-236 New Routing Schemes for Interval, Circular-Arc, and Permutation Graphs
F.F. Dragan and I. Lomonosov (USA)
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373-241 Lazy Snapshorts
Nigamanth SridharN. Sridhar and P.A.G. Sivilotti (USA)
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373-251 Localized Delaunay Diagram for Topological Construction and Routing on Manets
L. Luan and W.-J. Hsu (Singapore)
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373-800 Sequence-based Optimal Multicast-trees
M. Ibramsha (USA)
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Track Parallel Algorithms and Applications FreeSubscription
373-016 On the Relation between Parallel Real-time Computations and Logarithmic Space
S.D. Bruda and S.G. Akl (Canada)
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373-018 Locating the Median of a Tree in Real Time
M. Nagy and S.G. Akl (Canada)
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373-020 A Parallel Algorithm for Transitive Closure
E.N. Cáceres, S.W. Song, and J.L. Szwarcfiter (Brazil)
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373-028 Parallel Bi-dimensional Pattern Matching with Scaling
M. Mohiyuddin, V. Jain, and P. Gupta (India)
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373-135 Enumerative Techniques in Topological Optimization of Computer Networks Subject to Fault Tolerance and Reliability
M. Abd-El-Barr and A. Zakir (Saudi Arabia)
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373-146 Constant Time Algorithms in Maze Routing
N. Nagy (Canada)
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373-156 On an Open Problem of a Template Mapping Algorithm for Complete Binary Trees
S.K. Das (USA) and K. Qiu (Canada)
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373-160 Distributed Memory Auction Algorithms for the Linear Assignment Problem
L. Buš and P. Tvrdík (Czech Republic)
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373-193 O(1) Time Algorithm on BSR for Computing Convex Hull
L. Xiang and K. Ushijima (Japan)
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373-809 General Tridiagonal Solvers on Rings
E.E. Santos, E.S. Santos, and E. Santos, Jr. (USA)
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Track Distributed Data FreeSubscription
373-075 A Scaleable and Fault-tolerant Architecture for Distributed Web Resource Discovery
A. Fongen, F. Eliassen (Norway), I. Ferguson, S. Stobart, and J. Tait (UK)
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373-087 Phatpackets for Data Transport within an HPC Network
S. Huang and R.D. McLeod (Canada)
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373-121 Peer-to-peer Communities: Formation and Discovery
M. Khambatti, K. Ryu, and P. Dasgupta (USA)
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373-124 Distributed Dimension Reduction Algorithms for Widely Dispersed Data
F.N. Abu-Khzam, N.F. Samatova, G. Ostrouchov, M.A. Langston, and G. Al Geist (USA)
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373-153 Parallel Maintenance of Materialized Views on Personal Computer Clusters
W. Liang (Australia) and J.X. Yu (PRC)
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373-168 Characteristic-entry Logs in the Memorysafe Information System
Y. Qian, L.M.G. Feijs, and R. Udink (The Netherlands)
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373-220 A Comparison of Peer-to-peer Query Response Modes
W. Hoschek (Switzerland)
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373-228 Efficient Algorithms for Ghost Cell Updates on Two Classes of MPP Architectures
B. Palmer and J. Nieplocha (USA)
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373-232 A Redistribution Function for a Distributed Array Datatype on Distributed Computing Environments
T. Imamura (Germany)
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Track Distributed Systems FreeSubscription
373-044 Comparative Performance Study of Distributed Deadlock Handlign Techniques for the Generalized Request Model
A. Córdoba, J. Villadangos, F. Fariña, J.R. González de Mendívil, and J.J. Astrain (Spain)
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373-058 A Formal Model for Eventual Consistency Semantics
A.-M. Bosneag and M. Brockmeyer (USA)
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373-077 A Performance Evaluation of a Safe-distributed Deadlock Resolution Algorithm for the OR Model
J. Villadangos, F. Fariña, A. Cordoba, J.R. González de Mendívil, and J.R. Garitagoitia (Spain)
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373-088 A Dynamic Programming Technique for Analyzing Business Process Management Systems
A. Tarek (USA)
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373-110 A Checkpoint using Loose Synchronization in Distributed Systems
I.K. Takeuchi and Y. Nakayama (Japan)
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373-117 On the Use of Category Theory for Specification Composition of Dependable Distributed Protocols
P. Sinha and D.Q. Ren (Canada)
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373-144 Hierarchical Coordinated Checkpointing Protocol
H.S. Paul, A. Gupta, and R. Badrinath (India)
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373-152 Fairlocks – A High Performance Fair Locking Scheme
S. Swaminathan, J. Stultz, J.F. Vogel, and P. McKenney (USA)
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373-155 NCPN: A Simulation Tool for Coloured Petri Nets
X. Liu, W. Gao, and N. Sun (PRC)
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373-171 Large-scale Group Communication Protocol for a Two-layered Group
K. Taguchi and M. Takizawa (Japan)
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373-190 Security Policy Management in Distributed Systems
M. Hitchens, V. Varadharajan, and G. Saunders (Australia)
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373-201 A Secured Service Framework for Mobile Agent based Distributed Systems
T.I. Wang, M.-C. Lee, and D.-Y. Ye (Taiwan)
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373-204 The Design of the Reliable Communication Path in the Distributed Multiprocessor System
H.-S. Park, J.-S. Kim, and C. Youn (Korea)
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373-246 A Randomized Solution to the Distributed Resource Allocation Problem
C. Palamidessi and M. Pilquist (USA)
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Track Wireless Communications FreeSubscription
373-034 Location of Base Station
V. Kaminsky (Israel) and A. Medinets (Ukraine)
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373-091 Analysis and Algorithms for Partitioning of Large-scale Adaptive Mobile Networks
B. Xiao, Q. Zhuge, E.H.-M. Sha (USA), and C. Chantrapornchai (Thailand)
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373-185 Memory-based Compensation Model for Wireless Fair Scheduling Protocols
A. El-Nahas, A. Hamad, and T. Mostafa (Egypt)
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373-216 Architectural Software Power Estimation Support for Power Aware Remote Processing
G. Kaefer, J. Haid, K.Voit, and R. Weiss (Austria)
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373-221 Power Aware Metrics for Wireless Sensor Networks
A. Salhieh and L. Schwiebert (USA)
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373-229 Supporting Disconnected Computing in Mobile Agent Systems
P.J. Marques, P.S. Santos, L.M. Silva, and J.G. Silva (Portugal)
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373-244 Boundary Tracking Solutions for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
B. Carbunar, N. Narasimhan, and V. Vasudevan (USA)
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373-254 An Economics-based Power-aware Protocol for Computation Distribution in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
L. Shang, R.P. Dick, and N.K. Jha (USA)
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Track Load Distribution FreeSubscription
373-052 Scheduling Multiple Divisible Loads on Heterogeneous Linear Daisy Chain Networks
W.H. Min, B. Veeravalli (Singapore), and G. Barlas (UAE)
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373-118 A System for Load Balancing a Heterogeneous Cluster
R. Chun and K.T.-K. Ho (USA)
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373-154 Load Balancing Parallel Loops on Message-passing Systems
R.L. Cariño and I. Banicescu (USA)
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373-240 Minimizing Computational Load and Communication Costs in Multi-agent Systems
K.R. Bhutani, B. Khan, and B. Roy (USA)
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Track Programming Systems FreeSubscription
373-023 Transparency on Developing Distributed Applications with ATLAS
M. Fairén and À. Vinacua (Spain)
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373-112 Automatic Improvement of Scheduling Policies in Parsley Parallel Programming Environment
M. Sekijima, S. Takasaki, S. Nakamura, and K. Shimizu (Japan)
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373-115 Nautilus, a Diagrammatic Specification and Programming Language
F. D’Andrea, P. Blauth Menezes, C. Fuzitaki, J. Machado, and S. Costa (Brazil)
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373-151 Skeletons in MPI
M. Danelutto and D. Ratti (Italy)
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373-162 SSCRAP: An Environment for Coarse Grained Algorithms
M. Essaïdi, I. Guérin Lassous, and J. Gustedt (France)
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373-173 GPSHMEM: Application to Kernel Benchmarks
K. Parzyszek and R.A. Kendall (USA)
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373-180 An Introduction to New Extensions for Stochastic Activity Networks
M.A. Azgomi and A. Movaghar (Iran)
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373-189 Domain-specific Metaware for Hydrologic Applications
D. Andresen, M. Neilsen, G. Singh, and P. Kalita (USA)
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373-191 A Dynamic Hierarchical System for Large Scale Distributed Applications
J. Uekawa, T. Hiroyasu, M. Miki, and Y. Tanimura (Japan)
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373-196 A DSM Operating System for Persistent Objects
P. Schulthess, T. Bindhammer, R. Goeckelmann, M. Schoettner, and M. Wende (Germany)
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373-235 The MP_Lite Message-passing Library
D. Turner, S. Selvarajan, X. Chen, and W. Chen (USA)
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373-239 A Hierarchical Multiple SIMD Architecture for Artificial Neural Networks
K.-S. Kim, C.-G. Kim, and S.-D. Kim (Korea)
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373-245 ARMaDA: An Adaptive Application-sensitive Partitioning Framework for SAMR Applications
S. Chandra and M. Parashar (USA)
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373-250 Implementation of a Functional Bulk Synchronous Parallel Programming Library
F. Loulergue (France)
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Track Tools and Applications FreeSubscription
373-131 Distributed Parallel Computing using Navigational Programming: Orchestrating Computations Around Data
L. Pan, L.F. Bic, M.B. Dillencourt, J.J. Huseynov, and M.K. Lai (USA)
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373-134 SANtopia: Shared-disk File System for Storage Cluster
Y.-J. Lee, C.-S. Park, G.-B. Kim, K.-W. Rim, and B.-J.Shin (Korea)
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373-203 Forecasting Stock Prices using Neural Networks on a Beowulf Cluster
R.M. Rahman, R.L. Thulasiram, and P. Thulasiraman (Canada)
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373-209 An Object-oriented Framework for Parallel, Reactive Molecular Dynamics Simulation
S.J. Stuart, Y. Li, and J.W. Mintmire (USA)
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373-237 Tractable Real-time Air Traffic Control Automation
W.C. Meilander, M. Jin, and J.W. Baker (USA)
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Track Cluster Computing FreeSubscription
373-037 A PC Cluster System Employing the IEEE 1394
K. Hyoudou, R. Ozaki, and Y. Nakayama (Japan)
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373-062 The MOSIX Parallel I/O System for Scalable I/O Performance
L. Amar, A. Barak, and A. Shiloh (Israel)
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373-079 ATOLL: Performance and Cost Optimization of a San Interconnect
U. Brüning, H. Fröning, P.R. Schulz, and L. Rzymianowicz (Germany)
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373-089 Application of Parallel Replica Dynamics to Pyrolysis of n-Hexadecane
O. Kum, B.M. Dickson, S.J. Stuart, B.P. Uberuaga, and A.F. Voter (USA)
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373-114 A Fault Tolerant Pipelined Cluster Model
W. Yanphanich, K.M. George, and N. Park (USA)
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373-177 FTOP: A Library for Fault Tolerance in a Cluster
R. Badrinath, R. Gupta, and N. Shrivastava (India)
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373-226 Linux Clustering using the PowerPC G4 Processor
D. Grieg, C. Collins, T. Benjegerdes, and B. Bode (USA)
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Track Hardware Architectures FreeSubscription
373-093 Software Architecture for Remote Control of Computer Hardware Interfaces
H. Liu, D.A. Perreault, and K.A. Perreault (USA)
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373-126 Architectural Support for 3D Graphics in the Complex Streamed Instruction Set
D. Cheresiz, B. Juurlink, S. Vassiliadis, and H.A.G. Wijshoff (The Netherlands)
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373-157 Scalable Algorithms for Faulty R-Meshes
A.G. Bourgeois (USA) and J.A. Fernández-Zepeda (Mexico)
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373-166 An Evaluation Architecture for a Network Coprocessor
J. Hatashita, J. Harris, H. Smith, and P.L. Nico (USA)
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373-195 Proposal and Design of a Parallel Queue Processor Architecture (PQP)
M. Sowa, B.A. Abderazek, S. Shigeta, K. Nikolova, and T. Yoshinaga (Japan)
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373-211 Design and Implementation of a Programmable Scheduling Engine for ATM Switches
H.-C. Chi and K.-Y. Fu (Taiwan)
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373-225 A Width Expansion of MMX/SIMD Processing Architecture on an FPGA
R. Hoare, D. Swope, and S. Bailey (USA)
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Track Image Processing and Applications FreeSubscription
373-080 Parallel Computation for Wavelet Packet Transform
X. Fu, K.J. Liszka, and B. Xie (USA)
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373-183 An Optimizing Search Method of Systolic Array Design
K. Jiang and Y. Sun (PRC)
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373-214 Parallel Algorithm for the Law-of-the-Jungle Learning to the Fast Design of Optimal Codebooks
K. Sano, S. Momose, H. Takizawa, T. Nakajima, C.D. Lima, H. Kobayashi, and T. Nakamura (Japan)
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373-248 Dynamic Load-balancing of Image Processing Applications on Heterogeneous Networks of Workstations
S. Piersall and S. Elfayoumy (USA)
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373-802 Parallel Volume Rendering with Sparse Data Structures
J. Liu, C.-H. Huang, and D.-L. Yang (Taiwan)
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Track Network Routing and Routers FreeSubscription
373-042 Simulation of Policy based Networks through Differentiated Service Levels using Arena Simulation Software
K.V. Nagarajan, P. Vial, and G. Awyzio (Australia)
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373-096 Probabilistic Analysis on Mesh Network Fault Tolerance
J. Chen and T. Wang (USA)
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373-145 Admission Control Algorithms for Hard Real-time Connections in ATM Networks
J. Martyna (Poland)
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373-147 Dynamic Issues in MPLS Service Restoration
R. Bartoš and A. Gandhi (USA)
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373-181 A Fault-tolerant Routing Strategy for Generalized Hierarchical Completely-connected Networks
T. Takabatake, M. Kitakami, and H. Ito (Japan)
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373-208 JOR: A Java Object Router
N. Mohamed, A. Davis, X. Liu, and B. Ramamurthy (USA)
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373-255 Hardware Scheduling in High-speed, High-capacity IP Routers
S.Q. Zheng, M. Yang, and F. Masetti (USA)
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373-259 Fault Tolerant Unicast Wormhole Routing in Irregular Computer Networks
M. Karpovsky, M. Mustafa, and R. Mathur (USA)
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Track Networks and Systems FreeSubscription
373-030 Soft Real-time Layered Group Communication
R. Friedman and D. Laor (Israel)
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373-045 A Model for Management of Telecommunication Networks using CORBA
J.T. Saito and E. Madeira (Brazil)
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373-049 Channel Setup Prediction in Preemptive Distributed Heterogeneous Networking Environments
M. Jurczyk and C. Sullivan (USA)
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373-083 Distributed Cache Content Management Protocol for Cooperative Web Server
J. Lim and S. Rajasekaran (USA)
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373-100 TODS: A Distributed Persistent Object Store
C. Jin, W. Zheng, F. Zhou, and Y. Wu (PRC)
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373-106 Environment of Shared Objects for the Web
D. Lopes, S. Hammoudi (France), and Z. Abdelouahab (Brazil)
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373-202 Cluster-building in P2P-Community Networks
H. Unger and M. Wulff (Germany)
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373-206 Dynamic QoS Adaptability in Quasi-Synchronous Systems
C.M.R. Almeida (Portugal)
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373-242 Co-scheduling of MPI and Adaptive Thread Applications under Solaris
A.C. Sodan and M. Riyadh (Canada)
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Track Compilation Techniques FreeSubscription
373-019 Evaluation of a Region-based Partial Inlining Algorithm for an ILP Optimizing Compiler
T. Way and L. Pollock (USA)
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373-150 A New Optimization Technique for the Inspector-Executor Method
D. Yokota, S. Chiba, and K. Itano (Japan)
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373-188 Unfolding a Split-node Data-flow Graph
T.W. O’Neil and E.H.-M. Sha (USA)
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373-207 Hardware Support for Concurrent Execution of Loops Containing Loop-carried Data Dependences
C.D. Lima, K. Sano, and T. Nakamura (Japan)
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373-213 Communication Characteristics in the NAS Parallel Benchmarks
A. Faraj and X. Yuan (USA)
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373-224 Optimizing Automatically Generated Programs for a Software Distributed Shared Memory System
N. Ghate and V. Chaudhary (USA)
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Track Memory Access and Systems FreeSubscription
373-071 Pipelined Mutual Exclusion on Large-scale Cache-coherent Multiprocessors
M. Takesue (Japan)
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373-078 A Performance Analysis Tool for Distributed Virtual Shared-memory Systems
S.W. Kim (Korea), P. Ohly (Germany), R.H. Kuhn, and D. Mokhov (USA)
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373-090 Efficient Memory Management for SMPs Running Parallel and Sequential Workloads
T. Newhall and P. Boe (USA)
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373-095 Memory Latency Reduction with Fine-grain Migrating Threads in Numa Shared-memory Multiprocessors
M. Dorojevets and D. Strukov (USA)
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373-129 OpenMP-oriented Applications for Distributed Shared Memory Architectures
A. Marowka, Z. Liu, and B. Chapman (USA)
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373-210 Visualization Enables the Programmer to Reduce Cache Misses
K. Beyls, E.H. D’Hollander, and Y. Yu (Belgium)
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373-234 An Effective L2 Cache Replacement Policy to Distribute the Bus Traffic in the SMP Node
S.W. Chung, C.S. Jhon, and H.-S. Kim (Korea)
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Track Scheduling FreeSubscription
373-054 Thread Scheduling and Grain Emulation in Software-DSM Systems
K. Thitikamol (Thailand) and P.J. Keleher (USA)
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373-116 Reliability Driven, Non-preemptive Real Time Scheduling on Heterogeneous Systems
N. Auluck and D.P. Agrawal (USA)
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373-230 A User-level Socket Layer over Multiple Physical Network Interfaces
N. Mohamed, J. Al-Jaroodi, H. Jiang, and D. Swanson (USA)
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Track Special Session: Optical Networking and Communication Systems FreeSubscription
373-132 Performance Analysis of IP Packets over WDM Ring Networks
W.-S. Hwang, J.-H. Ho, and C.-K. Shieh (Taiwan)
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373-192 Secure Multicast Support for Mobile IP with Hierarchical Registration Approach
R. Shankaran, V. Varadharajan, and M. Hitchens (Australia)
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373-804 Design of Large-scale Optical Networks
Y. Xin, G.N. Rouskas, and H.G. Perros (USA)
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373-805 Free Space All-optical Crossconnect
M. Feldman, A. El-Amawy, and R. Vaidyanathan (USA)
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373-806 Control-message Scheduling for Improving Restoration Times in Optical Networks
G. Sahin and S. Subramaniam (USA)
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373-807 Survivable IP Over WDM: Guaranteeing Minimum Network Bandwidth
G.H. Sasaki and C.-F. Su (USA)
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373-808 Fast Restoration Signaling in Optical Networks
R. Bartoš and S. Bhatia (USA)
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This publication covers the following topics: Grid Computing; Routing Algorithms and Complexity; Parallel Algorithms and Applications; Distributed Data; Distributed Systems; Wireless Communications; Load Distribution; Programming Systems; Tools and Applications; Cluster Computing; Hardware Architectures; Image Processing and Applications; Network Routing and Routers; Networks and Systems; Compilation Techniques; Memory Access and Systems; Scheduling; and Optical Networking and Communication Systems.

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