Euro-Par 2010 - Parallel Processing: 16th International Euro-Par Conference, Ischia, Italy, August 31 - September  3, 2010, Proceedings, Part I (Theor

Euro-Par 2010 - Parallel Processing: 16th International Euro-Par Conference, Ischia, Italy, August 31 - September 3, 2010, Proceedings, Part I (Theor

By: Domenico Talia (editor), Pasqua D'Ambra (editor), Mario Guarracino (editor)Paperback

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Euro-Par is an annual series of international conferences dedicated to the p- motion and advancementof allaspects of parallelcomputing. The major themes can be divided into four broad categories: theory, high-performance, cluster and grid,distributedandmobilecomputing.Thesecategoriescomprise14topicsthat focus on particular issues. The objective of Euro-Paris to provide a forum within which to promote the development of parallel computing both as an industrial technique and an a- demic discipline, extending the frontier of both the state of the art and the state of practice. The main audience for and participants in Euro-Par are researchers inacademicdepartments,governmentlaboratories,andindustrialorganizations. Euro-Par2010 was the 16th conference in the Euro-Parseries, and was or- nizedbythe Institute forHigh-PerformanceComputingandNetworking(ICAR) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), in Ischia, Italy. Previous Euro- ParconferencestookplaceinStockholm,Lyon,Passau,Southampton,Toulouse, Munich, Manchester, Padderborn, Klagenfurt, Pisa, Lisbon, Dresden, Rennes, Las Palmas, and Delft. Next year the conference will take place in Bordeaux, France. More information on the Euro-Par conference series and organization is available on the wesite As mentioned before, the conference was organized in 14 topics. The paper review process for each topic was managed and supervised by a committee of at least four persons: a Global Chair, a Local Chair, and two members. Some speci?c topics with a high number of submissions were managed by a larger committeewithmoremembers.The?naldecisionsontheacceptanceorrejection ofthesubmitted papersweremadein ameeting ofthe ConferenceCo-chairsand Local Chairs of the topics.


Topic 1: Support Tools and Environments.- Distributed Systems and Algorithms.- Starsscheck: A Tool to Find Errors in Task-Based Parallel Programs.- Automated Tuning in Parallel Sorting on Multi-core Architectures.- Estimating and Exploiting Potential Parallelism by Source-Level Dependence Profiling.- Source-to-Source Optimization of CUDA C for GPU Accelerated Cardiac Cell Modeling.- Efficient Graph Partitioning Algorithms for Collaborative Grid Workflow Developer Environments.- Profile-Driven Selective Program Loading.- Characterizing the Impact of Using Spare-Cores on Application Performance.- Topic 2: Performance Prediction and Evaluation.- Performance Prediction and Evaluation.- A Model for Space-Correlated Failures in Large-Scale Distributed Systems.- Architecture Exploration for Efficient Data Transfer and Storage in Data-Parallel Applications.- jitSim: A Simulator for Predicting Scalability of Parallel Applications in Presence of OS Jitter.- pCFS vs. PVFS: Comparing a Highly-Available Symmetrical Parallel Cluster File System with an Asymmetrical Parallel File System.- Comparing Scalability Prediction Strategies on an SMP of CMPs.- Topic 3: Scheduling and Load-Balancing.- Scheduling and Load Balancing.- A Fast 5/2-Approximation Algorithm for Hierarchical Scheduling.- Non-clairvoyant Scheduling of Multiple Bag-of-Tasks Applications.- Extremal Optimization Approach Applied to Initial Mapping of Distributed Java Programs.- A Delay-Based Dynamic Load Balancing Method and Its Stability Analysis and Simulation.- Code Scheduling for Optimizing Parallelism and Data Locality.- Hierarchical Work-Stealing.- Optimum Diffusion for Load Balancing in Mesh Networks.- A Dynamic, Distributed, Hierarchical Load Balancing for HLA-Based Simulations on Large-Scale Environments.- Topic 4: High Performance Architectures and Compilers.- High Performance Architectures and Compilers.- Power-Efficient Spilling Techniques for Chip Multiprocessors.- Scalable Object-Aware Hardware Transactional Memory.- Efficient Address Mapping of Shared Cache for On-Chip Many-Core Architecture.- Thread Owned Block Cache: Managing Latency in Many-Core Architecture.- Extending the Cell SPE with Energy Efficient Branch Prediction.- Topic 5: Parallel and Distributed Data Management.- Parallel and Distributed Data Management.- Federated Enactment of Workflow Patterns.- A Distributed Approach to Detect Outliers in Very Large Data Sets.- Topic 6: Grid, Cluster and Cloud Computing.- Grid, Cluster and Cloud Computing.- Deployment of a Hierarchical Middleware.- Toward Real-Time, Many-Task Applications on Large Distributed Systems.- Scheduling Scientific Workflows to Meet Soft Deadlines in the Absence of Failure Models.- A GPGPU Transparent Virtualization Component for High Performance Computing Clouds.- What Is the Price of Simplicity?.- User-Centric, Heuristic Optimization of Service Composition in Clouds.- A Distributed Market Framework for Large-Scale Resource Sharing.- Using Network Information to Perform Meta-scheduling in Advance in Grids.- Topic 7: Peer to Peer Computing.- Peer-to-Peer Computing.- Overlay Management for Fully Distributed User-Based Collaborative Filtering.- Dynamic Publish/Subscribe to Meet Subscriber-Defined Delay and Bandwidth Constraints.- Combining Hilbert SFC and Bruijn Graphs for Searching Computing Markets in a P2P System.- Sampling Bias in BitTorrent Measurements.- A Formal Credit-Based Incentive Model for Sharing Computer Resources.- Topic 8: Distributed Systems and Algorithms.- Distributed Systems and Algorithms.- Improving Message Logging Protocols Scalability through Distributed Event Logging.- Value-Based Sequential Consistency for Set Objects in Dynamic Distributed Systems.- Robust Self-stabilizing Construction of Bounded Size Weight-Based Clusters.- Adaptive Conflict Unit Size for Distributed Optimistic Synchronization.- Frame Allocation Algorithms for Multi-threaded Network Cameras.- Scalable Distributed Simulation of Large Dense Crowds Using the Real-Time Framework (RTF).- The x-Wait-Freedom Progress Condition.

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