High Performance Computing Systems and Applications: 23rd International Symposium, HPCS 2009, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, June 14-17, 2009, Revised Sel by Douglas J. K. MewhortHigh Performance Computing Systems and Applications: 23rd International Symposium, HPCS 2009, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, June 14-17, 2009, Revised Sel by Douglas J. K. Mewhort

High Performance Computing Systems and Applications: 23rd International Symposium, HPCS 2009…

byDouglas J. K. MewhortEditorNatalie M. Cann, Gary W. Slater

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rd This book reports the scientific proceedings of the 23 International Symposium on High Performance Computing Systems and Applications. HPCS 2009 was held at Queen's University at Kingston, June 14-17, 2009. The symposium was hosted by HPCVL in co-operation with Compute Canada. The symposium brought together over 150 scientists from many countries including Brazil, Canada, China, UK, Germany and the USA. As the proceedings demonstrate, their work addresses fundamental HPC-related issues, from programming, to archit- tures, to applications and, finally, to upcoming challenges for HPC. In addition to the scientific program, reported here, the conference was addressed by keynote speakers on various topics including: • Andy Bechtolsheim, Sun Microsystems and Arista. "The Road from Peta-FLop To Exa-FLop: Exploring How Technology Road-Maps over the Next Ten Years Will Enable us to Build a Sustained Exa-Flop Computer by 2020. " • Russ Boyd, Alexander McLeod Professor of Chemistry, Dalhousie University. "Computational Chemistry: History, Grand Challenges and Opportunities. " • André Bandrauck, Canada Research Chair, Computational Chemistry and Molecular Photonics, Université de Sherbrooke. "MAST-Molecular Attosecond Simulations and Theory. " • Wolfgang Gentzsch, DEISA Project. "The European e-Infrastructure DEISA for e-Science Grand Challenges. " • Cynthia McIntyre, Sr. V. P. USA Council on Competitiveness. "How HPC Will Improve Competitiveness in the US. " • Tony Noble, Queen's University, Director of SNOlab. "HPC and the Sudbury Neutrino Laboratory. " • Suzanne Fortier, President, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. "HPC and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council.
Title:High Performance Computing Systems and Applications: 23rd International Symposium, HPCS 2009…Format:PaperbackDimensions:418 pagesPublished:April 23, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Turbulence.- Direct Numerical Simulation of Fully-Developed Turbulent Channel Flow Using the Lattice Boltzmann Method and Analysis of OpenMP Scalability.- Parallel Computations of Unsteady Three-Dimensional Flows in a High Pressure Turbine.- Application of Parallel Processing to the Simulation of Heart Mechanics.- A Hybrid Parallel Algorithm for Transforming Finite Element Functions from Adaptive to Cartesian Grids.- Leveraging Multicore Cluster Nodes by Adding OpenMP to Flow Solvers Parallelized with MPI.- Materials & Life Sciences.- A Maxwell-Schrödinger-Plasma Model and Computing Aspects for Intense, High Frequency and Ultrashort Laser-Gas Interaction.- The Implementation of Polarizable and Flexible Models in Molecular Dynamics Simulations.- Efficient Numerical Methods for the Time-Dependent Schroedinger Equation for Molecules in Intense Laser Fields.- A Parallel Algorithm for Computing the Spectrum of CH .- Modeling the Interactions between Poly(N-Vinylpyrrolidone) and Gas Hydrates: Factors Involved in Suppressing and Accelerating Hydrate Growth.- Nonlinear Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory Studies of Ionization in CO2 and N2 by Intense Laser Pulses and Molecular Orbital Reconstruction.- Considerations for Progressive Damage in Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials Subject to Fatigue.- Bringing HPC to Industry.- Parallelizing Power Systems Simulation for Multi-core Clusters: Design for an SME.- Computing Science, Mathematics, & Statistics.- OpenMP Parallelization of a Mickens Time-Integration Scheme for a Mixed-Culture Biofilm Model and Its Performance on Multi-core and Multi-processor Computers.- An Evaluation of Parallel Numerical Hessian Calculations.- Preliminary Findings of Visualization of the Interruptible Moment.- SCTP, XTP and TCP as Transport Protocols for High Performance Computing on Multi-cluster Grid Environments.- Dynamic Resource Matching for Multi-clusters Based on an Ontology-Fuzzy Approach.- Domain Decomposition of Stochastic PDEs: A Novel Preconditioner and Its Parallel Performance.- Interactive Data Mining on a CBEA Cluster.- HPC Systems & Methods.- Service-Oriented Grid Computing for SAFORAH.- IO Pattern Characterization of HPC Applications.- Failure Data-Driven Selective Node-Level Duplication to Improve MTTF in High Performance Computing Systems.- Out-of-Core Parallel Frontier Search with MapReduce.- Hybrid MPI-Cell Parallelism for Hyperbolic PDE Simulation on a Cell Processor Cluster.- BW-DCache: An Inexpensive, Effective and Reliable Cache Solution in a SAN File System.- Object-Oriented OpenMP Programming with C++ and Fortran.- FFT-Based Dense Polynomial Arithmetic on Multi-cores.- Case Study of Scientific Data Processing on a Cloud Using Hadoop.