Euro-Par 2009, Parallel Processing - Workshops: HPPC, HeteroPar, PROPER, ROIA, UNICORE, VHPC, Delft, The Netherlands, August 25-28, 2009, Workshops by Hai-xiang LinEuro-Par 2009, Parallel Processing - Workshops: HPPC, HeteroPar, PROPER, ROIA, UNICORE, VHPC, Delft, The Netherlands, August 25-28, 2009, Workshops by Hai-xiang Lin

Euro-Par 2009, Parallel Processing - Workshops: HPPC, HeteroPar, PROPER, ROIA, UNICORE, VHPC, Delft…

byHai-xiang LinEditorMichael Alexander, Martti Forsell

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Euro-Par is an annual series of international conferences dedicated to the p- motion and advancement of all aspects of parallel and distributed computing. th Euro-Par 2009 was the 15 edition in this conference series. Througout the years, the Euro-Par conferences have always attracted high-quality submissions and have become one of the established conferences in the area of parallel and distributed processing. Built upon the success of the annual conferences and in order to accommodate the needs of special interest groups (among the conf- ence participants), starting from 2006,a series of workshopsin conjunction with the Euro-Par main conference have been organized. This was the ?fth year in which workshops were organized within the Euro-Par conference format. The workshops focus on advanced specialized topics in parallel and d- tributed computing. These topics re?ect new scienti?c and technological dev- opments. While the community for such new and speci?c developments is still small and the topics have yet to become mature, the Euro-Par conference o?ers a platform in the form of a workshop to exchange ideas and discuss cooperation opportunities. The workshops in the past four years have been very successful. The number ofworkshopproposalsandthenumberof?nallyacceptedworkshopshavegra- ally increasedsince 2006.In 2008,nine workshopswereorganizedin conjunction with the main Euro-Par conference. In 2009, there were again nine workshops.
Title:Euro-Par 2009, Parallel Processing - Workshops: HPPC, HeteroPar, PROPER, ROIA, UNICORE, VHPC, Delft…Format:PaperbackDimensions:468 pagesPublished:June 17, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Third Workshop on Highly Parallel Processing on a Chip (HPPC 2009).- HPPC 2009: 3rd Workshop on Highly Parallel Processing on a Chip.- The Next 25 Years of Computer Architecture?.- Software Development and Programming of Multi-core SoC.- HPPC 2009 Panel: Are Many-Core Computer Vendors on Track?.- Distance Constrained Mapping to Support NoC Platforms Based on Source Routing.- Parallel Variable-Length Encoding on GPGPUs.- Towards Metaprogramming for Parallel Systems on a Chip.- Dynamic Detection of Uniform and Affine Vectors in GPGPU Computations.- Automatic Calibration of Performance Models on Heterogeneous Multicore Architectures.- Seventh International Workshop on Algorithms, Models and Tools for Parallel Computing on Heterogeneous Platforms (HeteroPar 2009).- Preface.- Static Worksharing Strategies for Heterogeneous Computers with Unrecoverable Failures.- Resource Allocation for Multiple Concurrent In-network Stream-Processing Applications.- Distributed Data Partitioning for Heterogeneous Processors Based on Partial Estimation of Their Functional Performance Models.- An Efficient Weighted Bi-objective Scheduling Algorithm for Heterogeneous Systems.- Two-Dimensional Matrix Partitioning for Parallel Computing on Heterogeneous Processors Based on Their Functional Performance Models.- Accelerating S3D: A GPGPU Case Study.- Using Hybrid CPU-GPU Platforms to Accelerate the Computation of the Matrix Sign Function.- Modelling Pilot-Job Applications on Production Grids.- Modeling Resubmission in Unreliable Grids: The Bottom-Up Approach.- Reliable Parallel Programming Model for Distributed Computing Environments.- Second Workshop on Productivity and Performance (PROPER 2009).- PROPER 2009: Workshop on Productivity and Performance - Tools for HPC Application Development.- Argument Controlled Profiling.- Detailed Performance Analysis Using Coarse Grain Sampling.- Automatic Performance Analysis of Large Scale Simulations.- Performance Simulation of Non-blocking Communication in Message-Passing Applications.- Capturing and Visualizing Event Flow Graphs of MPI Applications.- Scalable Event Trace Visualization.- Workshop on Real-Time Interactive Applications on the Grid (ROIA 2009).- Preface.- Bipartite Electronic SLA as a Business Framework to Support Cross-Organization Load Management of Real-Time Online Applications.- Monitoring and Fault Tolerance for Real-Time Online Interactive Applications.- A Service-Oriented Interface for Highly Interactive Distributed Applications.- CompTalks - From a Meta-model Towards a Framework for Application-Level Interaction Protocols.- CAMEO: Continuous Analytics for Massively Multiplayer Online Games on Cloud Resources.- Complex Multiplayer Urban Design System - Concept and Case Studies.- UNICORE Summit 2009.- Preface.- JavaGAT Adaptor for UNICORE 6 - Development and Evaluation in the Project AeroGrid.- Towards a Common Authorization Infrastructure for the Grid.- Using UNICORE and WS-BPEL for Scientific Workflow Execution in Grid Environments.- Enhancing UNICORE Storage Management Using Hadoop Distributed File System.- A Data Management System for UNICORE 6.- UNICORE-Related Projects for Deploying the Belarusian National Grid Network.- Fourth Workshop on Virtualization in High - Performance Cloud Computing (VHPC 2009).- VHPC 2009: 4th Workshop on Virtualization in High-Performance Cloud Computing.- SSD-HDD-Hybrid Virtual Disk in Consolidated Environments.- An Efficient Implementation of GPU Virtualization in High Performance Clusters.- MyriXen: Message Passing in Xen Virtual Machines over Myrinet and Ethernet.- Virtage: Server Virtualization with Hardware Transparency.- Scalable Repositories for Virtual Clusters.- Dynamic Virtual Cluster Reconfiguration for Efficient IaaS Provisioning.- Performance Measurement of a Private Cloud in the OpenCirrusTM Testbed.- Providing Grid Services Based on Virtualization and Cloud Technologies.- Real-Time Issues in Live Migration of Virtual Machines.