Euro-Par Conference Series Euro-Par is an annual series of international conferences dedicated to the p- motion and advancement of all aspectsof parallelcomputing. The major themes can be divided into the broad categories of hardware, software, algorithms and applications for parallel computing. The objective of Euro-Par is to provide a forum within which to promote the development of parallel computing both as an industrial technique and an academic discipline, extending the frontier of both the state of the art and the state of the practice. This is particularly - portant at a time when…mehr
Euro-Par Conference Series Euro-Par is an annual series of international conferences dedicated to the p- motion and advancement of all aspectsof parallelcomputing. The major themes can be divided into the broad categories of hardware, software, algorithms and applications for parallel computing. The objective of Euro-Par is to provide a forum within which to promote the development of parallel computing both as an industrial technique and an academic discipline, extending the frontier of both the state of the art and the state of the practice. This is particularly - portant at a time when parallel computing is undergoing strong and sustained development and experiencing real industrial take-up. The main audience for, and participants at, Euro-Par are seen as researchers in academic departments, government laboratories and industrial organizations. Euro-Par's objective is to be the primary choice of such professionals for the presentation of new - sults in their speci?c areas. Euro-Par also targets applications demonstrating the e?ectiveness of parallelism. This year's Euro-Par conference was the tenth in the conference series. The previous Euro-Par conferences took place in Sto- holm, Lyon, Passau, Southampton, Toulouse, Munich, Manchester, Paderborn and Klagenfurt. Next year the conference will take place in Lisbon. Euro-Par has a permanent Web site hosting the aims, the organization structure details as well as all the conference history:europar. org.
Marco Danelutto, University of Pisa, Italy / Marco Vanneschi, University of Pisa, Italy / Domenico Laforenza, ISTI, Pisa, Italy
Invited Talks.- Building Grid Applications and Portals: An Approach Based on Components, Web Services and Workflow Tools.- Maintaining Thousands of In-flight Instructions.- Some Techniques for Automated, Resource-Aware Distributed and Mobile Computing in a Multi-paradigm Programming System.- Why Structured Parallel Programming Matters.- Topic 1: Support Tools and Environments.- Topic 1: Support Tools and Environments.- Profiling and Tracing OpenMP Applications with POMP Based Monitoring Libraries.- Efficient Pattern Search in Large Traces Through Successive Refinement.- DRAC: Adaptive Control System with Hardware Performance Counters.- Reproducible Network Benchmarks with coNCePTuaL.- Optimizing Cache Access: A Tool for Source-to-Source Transformations and Real-Life Compiler Tests.- Detecting Data Races in Sequential Programs with DIOTA.- A Time-Coherent Model for the Steering of Parallel Simulations.- MATE: Dynamic Performance Tuning Environment.- Imprecise Exceptions in Distributed Parallel Components.- Topic 2: Performance Evaluation.- Topic 2: Performance Evaluation.- Overhead Compensation in Performance Profiling.- A Data Structure Oriented Monitoring Environment for Fortran OpenMP Programs.- An Approach for Symbolic Mapping of Memory References.- Impact of Cache Coherence Models on Performance of OpenMP Applications.- Evaluating OpenMP Performance Analysis Tools with the APART Test Suite.- Collective Communication Performance Analysis Within the Communication System.- Understanding the Behavior and Performance of Non-blocking Communications in MPI.- Generation of Simple Analytical Models for Message Passing Applications.- Parallel Hybrid Particle Simulations Using MPI and OpenMP.- Distributed Shared Memory: To Relax or Not to Relax?.- Design-Time Data-Access Analysis for Parallel Java Programs with Shared-Memory Communication Model.- Parallel PEPS Tool Performance Analysis Using Stochastic Automata Networks.- Topic 3: Scheduling and Load Balancing.- Topic 3: Scheduling and Load Balancing.- Scheduling Under Conditions of Uncertainty: A Bayesian Approach.- From Heterogeneous Task Scheduling to Heterogeneous Mixed Parallel Scheduling.- Scheduling of MPI Applications: Self-co-scheduling.- Scheduling Tasks Sharing Files from Distributed Repositories.- A Scheduling Algorithm for Running Bag-of-Tasks Data Mining Applications on the Grid.- Lookahead Scheduling for Reconfigurable GRID Systems.- Topic 4: Compilers for High Performance.- Topic 4: Compilers for High Performance.- More Legal Transformations for Locality.- Link-Time Optimization of IA64 Binaries.- A Polyhedral Approach to Ease the Composition of Program Transformations.- Compiler-Guided Code Restructuring for Improving Instruction TLB Energy Behavior.- Using Data Compression to Increase Energy Savings in Multi-bank Memories.- Automatic Customization of Embedded Applications for Enhanced Performance and Reduced Power Using Optimizing Compiler Techniques.- Architecture-Independent Meta-optimization by Aggressive Tail Splitting.- If-Conversion in SSA Form.- Topic 5: Parallel and Distributed Databases, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery.- Topic 5: Parallel and Distributed Databases, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery.- A Highly Scalable Parallel Caching System for Web Search Engine Results.- OLAP Query Processing in a Database Cluster.- Efficient Parallel Hierarchical Clustering.- Parallelizing EM Clustering Algorithm on a Cluster of SMPs.- A Parallel Knowledge Discovery System for Customer Profiling.- A Large-Scale Digital Library System to Integrate Heterogeneous Data of Distributed Databases.- Topic 6: Grid and Cluster Computing.- Topic 6: Grid and Cluster Computing.- Agreement-Based Interactions for Experimental Science.- A Double Auction Economic Model for Grid Services.- Towards a Monitoring Framework for Worldwide Grid Information Services.- A Model for a Component Based Grid-Aware Scientific Library Service.- Developing Grid-Aware Applications with DRMAA on Glo
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