Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems    (PDCS 2007)

November 19 – 21, 2007
Cambridge, MA, USA
Editor(s): S.Q. Zheng
538 pages
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Track Grid and Cluster Computing FreeSubscription
590-048 Molecular Orbital Calculations on Embedded Middle Density Cluster System
K. Hayakawa, Tohru Sasaki, H. Umeda, and U. Nagashima (Japan)
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590-051 Customizable Execution Environments with Virtual Desktop Grid Computing
D. Lombraa-Gonzalez, F. Fernndez de Vega (Spain), L. Trujillo, G. Olague (Mexico), and B. Segal (Switzerland)
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590-107 Processor Partitioning: An Experimental Performance Analysis of Parallel Applications on SMP Cluster Systems
X. Wu and V. Taylor (USA)
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590-127 Thread Migration Techniques on Java Virtual Machine
K.-W. Low, H.-S. Lam, P.-A. Somnuk, and C. Eswaran (Malaysia)
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590-136 Impact of NUMA Effects on High-Speed Networking with Multi-Opteron Machines
S. Moreaud and B. Goglin (France)
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590-144 Associativity-based Adaptive Weighted Clustering for Large-Scale Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
S. Ur Rehman, W.-C. Song, J. Lee, G.-L. Park (Korea), and H. Lutfiyya (Canada)
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Track Grid Computing FreeSubscription
590-037 Self-Constrained Resource Allocation Procedures for Parallel Task Graph Scheduling on Shared Computing Grids
T. N'Takp and F. Suter (France)
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590-039 A Dependency based Bandwidth Aware Dynamic Job Grouping Grid Scheduler with Deadline based Network-ToS
V.S. Singh and M. Misra (India)
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590-045 Matchmaking Scientific Workflows in Grid Environments
Y. Gong, M.E. Pierce, and G.C. Fox (USA)
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590-061 Fast Binary Serialization for Grid Systems with XBS
T. Devadithya and K. Chiu (USA)
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590-078 A Mobile Agent based Workflow Rescheduling Approach for Grids
F. Dong and S.G. Akl (Canada)
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590-114 VisageFS Dynamic Storage Features for Wide-Area Workflows
F. Thiebolt, A. Ortiz, and A. M'zoughi (France)
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590-149 Grid-Enabled Ensemble Subsurface Modeling
Xin Li, Z. Lei, C.D. White, G. Allen, G. Qin, and F.T.-C. Tsai (USA)
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Track Web Computing and Data Mining FreeSubscription
590-031 A New Scalable and Efficient Parallel Algorithm (PRACAL) for Clustering Large Datasets
S.A. Salem and A.K. Nandi (UK)
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590-069 A Totally Distributed Iterative Scheme for Web Services Addressing and Discovery
M. Milanesio, G. Ruffo, and R. Schifanella (Italy)
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590-132 Approximate Analysis and Measurement of Equivalent Model for Tree Connection of Web Server Systems
C.-P. Chen, Y.-W. Bai, and Y.-S. Li (Taiwan)
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590-146 Towards More Parallel Frequent Itemset Mining Algorithms
R. Kessl and P. Tvrdk (Czech Republic)
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590-151 Efficient Similarity-based Declustering Techniques for Keyword-based Information Retrieval in the Streaming Data Model
S. Behl and R.M. Verma (USA)
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Track Scheduling and Load Balancing FreeSubscription
590-026 Reducing Data Migration in the Context of Adaptive Partitioning for AMR
J. Steensland (USA)
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590-034 Fixed-Priority Scheduling on Prioritized SMT Processor
S. Kato and N. Yamasaki (Japan)
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590-050 Identifying Job Migration Characteristics in Decentralized Grid Scheduling Scenarios
C. Grimme, J. Lepping, and A. Papaspyrou (Germany)
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590-053 Packetized Smooth Switching for Buffered Crossbar Switches
H. Guan, Y. Zhao, Jianping Wu, X. Zhang, and Z. Liu (PRC)
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590-079 Online Scheduling of Malleable Parallel Jobs
R.A. Dutton and W. Mao (USA)
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590-128 Real-Time Static Voltage Scaling on Multiprocessors
K. Funaoka, S. Kato, and N. Yamasaki (Japan)
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590-148 Schedulability of Aperiodic Tasks in Hybrid Process Model
H. Chen and K. Ong (Singapore)
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Track Simulation and Performance Evaluation FreeSubscription
590-075 Comparison of Local Interference-Aware Topology Control Algorithms
J. Janeček and A.M. Moucha (Czech Republic)
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590-077 Single-Hop and Multi-Hop Delay Characteristics of Ad-Hoc 802.11b Wireless Network
J. Tao, X. Hong, and P.G. Bradford (USA)
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590-083 A Modularized Control Plane for BGP
M. Hidell, P. Sjdin, T. Klockar (Sweden), and L. Carr-Motyckova (Czech Republic)
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590-101 A Performance Model for Network Processor Architectures in Packet Processing System
M. Ahmadi and S. Wong (The Netherlands)
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590-104 Performance Estimation and Improvement of Servers using the Batch Service through a Multi-Channel Architecture
Y.-W. Bai, Y.-S. Cheng, C.-H. Tsai, and Y.-S. Lee (Taiwan)
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590-119 An Optimal Moving Policy for a Mobile Agent in Distributed Networks
A. Inoie and M. Ishizaka (Japan)
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590-156 Implementation and Performance Testing of a Gossip-based Communication System
K.P. Kihlstrom, J.L. Stewart, N.T. Lounsbury, A.J. Rogers, and M.C. Magnuson (USA)
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Track Applications FreeSubscription
590-055 The Numerical Risks of Reduction Operations in OpenMP
C. Trefftz, Y. Tao, and P. Jorgensen (USA)
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590-071 Accelerating the Complex Hessenberg QR Algorithm with the CSX600 Floating-Point Coprocessor
Y. Yamamoto, T. Miyata, and Y. Nakamura (Japan)
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590-076 Design and Implementation of Stream Processing System and Library for CELL Broadband Engine Processors
M. Morita, T. Machino, M. Guo, and G. Wang (Japan)
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590-098 An Efficient Placement Algorithm for Run-Time Reconfigurable Embedded System
R. Guha, N. Bagherzadeh, and P. Chou (USA)
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590-137 An Ensemble Method using Hybrid Real-Coded Genetic Algorithm with Pruning (HRGA/PR)
H. Zhang and M. Ishikawa (Japan)
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590-150 Parallel Double Divide and Conquer and its Evaluation on a Super Computer
T. Konda and Y. Nakamura (Japan)
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590-154 Measuring Causal Propagation of Overhead of Inefficiencies in Parallel Applications
H.M. Jafri (USA)
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Track Software Systems and Tools FreeSubscription
590-033 Extracting Synchronization-Free Slices of Operations in Perfectly-Nested Loops
A. Beletska (Italy), W. Bielecki (Poland), and P. San Pietro (Italy)
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590-040 Automatic Task Generation for the Multi-Level Computing Architecture
K. Stewart and T.S. Abdelrahman (Canada)
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590-041 Scalable Synchronization of Clocks in Distributed Environments
J. Liu (USA)
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590-049 Visualization of Large Scientific Data Sets on a Parallel System with a Tiled Display
B. Segee, M.J. Perry, C. Carter, R. Blanchette, and S. Winchenbach (USA)
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590-052 A User-Level Extension Scheme for a Task-Parallel Script Language
Y. Sakaguchi, K. Ohno, Takahiro Sasaki, T. Kondo, and H. Nakashima (Japan)
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590-070 Archive Migration through Workflow Automation
N. Podhorszki, B. Ludscher, and S. Klasky (USA)
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590-095 HyperDB: A PC-based Database Cluster System for Efficient OLAP Query Processing
T.-K. Kim, S.-H. Jung, K.-R. Kim, J.-S. Yoo, and W.-S. Cho (Korea)
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Track Wireless and Sensor Networks FreeSubscription
590-018 Adaptive Online Energy Saving for Heterogeneous Sensor Networks
M. Qiu, J. Hu, and E.H.-M. Sha (USA)
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590-057 Support for Fast Service Selection in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks using a Selective Benchmark Strategy
G. Prochart, R. Weiss (Austria), R. Schmid, and G. Kaefer (Germany)
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590-094 Simulation of an Ultra-Wide Band Enhanced Time Difference of Arrival System
R. Palaniappan, Y. Wang, T. Clarke, and B. Goldiez (USA)
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590-106 NeighbourCast: A Synchronisation Algorithm for Ad Hoc Networks
I. Vaishnavi, D. Bulterman, P. Cesar, and B. Gao (The Netherlands)
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590-139 Dynamic Modification of Wireless Multihop Transmission Route in Message-by-Message Manner for Shorter Transmission Delay
M. Shimada and H. Higaki (Japan)
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590-155 Comparison of MLP Neural Network and Kalman Filter for Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks
A. Shareef, Y. Zhu, M. Musavi, and B. Shen (USA)
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590-157 On the Impact of Configuration of Access Points on the Performance of Wireless Networks
S. Kanapuram and H.H. Ali (USA)
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Track Scheduling and Resource Allocation FreeSubscription
590-054 The Impact of Error in User-Provided Bandwidth Estimates on Multi-Site Parallel Job Scheduling Performance
W.M. Jones (USA)
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590-067 Routing and Wavelength Assignment in Optical Networks using Summarized Information
C. Xin (USA)
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590-116 The Impact of Runtime Estimation Inaccuracy on Scheduler Performance
E. Xia, I. Jurisica, J. Waterhouse, and V. Sloan (Canada)
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590-135 Performance, Fairness and Effectiveness in Space-Slicing Multi-Cluster Schedulers
J. Ngubiri (Uganda) and M. van Vliet (The Netherlands)
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590-141 An Efficient Partitioning and Scheduling Algorithm for Streaming Applications on FPGA with Resource Constraint
R. Guha and N. Bagherzadeh (USA)
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590-161 Performance Problems of using System-Predicted Runtimes for Parallel Job Scheduling
S. Vasupongayya and S.-H. Chiang (USA)
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590-802 Process Scheduling in Heterogeneous Multiprocessor Systems
P. Chaudhuri and J. Elcock (Barbados)
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Track Algorithms and Protocols FreeSubscription
590-038 Adaptive Speculative Locking Protocol for Distributed Real-Time Database Systems
W. Haque and P.R. Stokes (Canada)
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590-042 Locality Behavior of Parallel and Sequential Algorithms for Irregular Graph Problems
G. Cong and T. Wen (USA)
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590-046 Cluster Fault-Tolerant Routing in Pancake Graphs
K. Kaneko, N. Sawada, and S. Peng (Japan)
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590-056 Reliablity of an Artificial Hormone System with Self-X Properties
A. von Renteln, U. Brinkschulte, and M. Pacher (Germany)
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590-105 Full Parallel Decomposition of Computational Algorithm with Discrete State Estimator
M. Pelc (UK) and W. Byrski (Poland)
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590-108 Intra-Flow Fairness in Work-Conserving Flow Aggregation
J.A. Cobb and Z. Xu (USA)
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590-121 A Fault Diagnosis Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks
P.M. Khilar and S. Mahapatra (India)
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590-122 Symmetric Active/Active Metadata Service for Highly Available Cluster Storage Systems
L. Ou, C. Engelmann, X. He, X. Chen, and S. Scott (USA)
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590-124 Using Membrane Computers to Find Optimal Solutions to Cost-based Abduction
C.I. Guinn, B. Bullard, R. Rahiminejad, E.C. Harris, W.J. Shipman, and E. Addision (USA)
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590-133 A Memetic Algorithm for Reliability-based Dynamic Scheduling in Heterogeneous Computing Environments
E. Yildirim (USA), H. Topcuoglu (Turkey), and T. Kosar (USA)
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590-145 Directional Node-Disjoint Multipath Routing in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
A. Saha, S. Ur Rehman, G.-L. Park, and J. Lee (Korea)
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590-810 D3G2A: The Dynamic Distributed Double Guided Genetic Algorithm for the K-Graph Partitioning Problem
L. Derbali, S. Bouamama, M. Hammami, and K. Ghdira (Tunisia)
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Track Peer-to-Peer Systems FreeSubscription
590-059 Exercise Management Scheme for a Distributed e-Learning System
T. Kawamura, K. Kuramochi, and K. Sugahara (Japan)
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590-072 Searching using Probabilistic Hints in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks
X. Li, Jie Wu, and J. Xu (USA)
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590-073 Towards an Architecture for Extreme P2P Applications
N. Shalaby and J. Zinky (USA)
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590-080 EPDKS: An Efficient Proximity-based Distributed K-Ary Structured Overlay Network
L.O. Alima and S. Beauport (Belgium)
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590-138 P2P Video Broadcast based on Per-Peer Transcoding and its Evaluation on PlanetLab
N. Shibata, M. Mori, and K. Yasumoto (Japan)
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590-163 Fair Load Balancing under Skewed Popularity Patterns in Heterogeneous DHT-based P2P Systems
M. Abdallah and E. Buyukkaya (France)
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Track Special Session: Issues in Next Generation Internet FreeSubscription
590-804 Diversity Driven Cooperation Protocol Specification and MAC Level Performance Evaluation
B. Rouvio and K. Djouani (France)
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590-806 A Cross-Layer Framework Design for the Embedded Middleware in Mobility Applications (EMMA) Project
M.N. Jambli, A. Tully, K. Selvarajah (UK), and A. Lachenmann (Germany)
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590-807 Network Service Description and Discovery for the Next Generation Internet
Q. Duan and E. Lu (USA)
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590-808 A Wavelet Packet Speech Denoising using Spectral Entropy
M. Talbi, H. Belgacem, and A. Cherif (Tunisia)
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590-809 An Improvement for the Dynamic Distributed Double Guided Genetic Algorithm for MAX-CSPs
Z. Nisrine, S. Bouamama, and K. Ghdira (Tunisia)
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590-813 Location Areas Planning Optimization in Mobile Networks
L. Foughali (Algeria), E.-G. Talbi (France), and M. Batouche (Algeria)
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This conference will comprise the following 3 symposia: SYMPOSIUM 1: High Performance Computing and Networking (HPCN) * Parallel Computing * Cluster Computing * Heterogeneous Computing * Mobile Computing * Web Computing * Supercomputing * Grid Computing * Computer and Communications Networks * Optical Networks * Broadband Networks * Wireless Networks * TCP/IP Networks * ATM Networks * Home Networks * Interconnection Networks * Network Interfaces * Network Protocols * Network Performance * Network Security * Network Optimization * Network Management * Modelling and Simulation * Sensor Networks SYMPOSIUM 2: Distributed Software Systems and Applications (DSSA) * Parallel and Distributed Compilers * Operating Systems * Distributed Computing * Parallel Programming * Object-Oriented Systems * Software Development * Software Reuse * Distributed Agents * Software Tools * Internet Tools * Distributed Shared Memory * Embedded Systems * Real-Time Systems * Parallel I/O Systems * Web-based Systems * Multimedia Systems * Information Systems * Fault-Tolerant Systems * Distributed Image Processing * Parallel Data Structures * Distributed Databases * Data Warehousing * Data Mining * Knowledge-based Systems * Distributed Workflow Management * Distributed e-Commerce * Power Aware Systems * Compilers and Run Time Support * Application SYMPOSIUM 3: Parallel Algorithms and Architectures (PAA) * Algorithm Design * Parallel and Distributed Algorithms * Embedded Algorithms * Communication Algorithms * Optimization Algorithms * Randomized Algorithms * Algorithms for Heterogeneous Systems * Neural Networks * Genetic Algorithms * Algorithms for Quality of Service * Parallel Computer Architectures * Computational Models * Parallel VLSI Design * Re-Configurable Architecture * Resource Allocation * Load Balancing * Task Scheduling * Real-Time Scheduling * Message Routing * Protocol Design * Multicast Protocols * Visualization Tools * Security and Reliability * Modelling and Simulation * Power Aware Routing * Multicasting Algorithms * Applications.

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