Preface. Sponsors, exhibitors and participants in the industrial track. Committees. Invited Papers. Parallel and distributed computing using pervasive web and object technologies (G.C. Fox, W. Furmanski). Parallel database techniques in decision support and data mining (A. Reuter). Parallel multimedia computing (A. Krikelis). Europort-D: Commercial benefits of using parallel technology (K. Stüben). Applications. Parallel processing for scanning genomic data-bases (D. Lavenier, J.-L. Pacherie). Application of a multi-processor system for recognition of EEG-activities in amplitude, time and space in real-time. (G. Roscher et al.). Solving large-scale network transportation problems on a cluster of workstations (P. Beraldi, L. Grandinetti, F. Guerriero). Parallel probabilistic computations on a cluster of workstations (A Radenski, A. Vann, B. Norris). Photorealistic rendering in heterogeneous networks (D. Fellner, S. Schäfer, M. Zens). Fractal compression of satelite images: combining parallel processing and geometric searching (J. Hämmerle, A. Uhl). Parallel computation of inviscid 3D flows with unstructured domain partitioning: performance on SGI-Power Challenge Supercomputer (E. Bucchignani, W.G. Diurno). Performance and load balancing of diverse parallel implementations of the plasma code HINT (R. Dohmen, U. Schwenn). Performing DNS of turbulent combustion with detailed chemistry on parallel computers (M. Baum). Radio wave propagation simulation on the Cray T3D (F. Guidec, K. Luonen, P. Calégari). Parallel computation of the electromagnetic field of hand-held mobile telephones radiating close to the human head (U. Jakobus). Parallelization of nonlinear robust optimization algorithm (B.A. Tanyi, B. Rustem, J. Darlington). Parallelizing CFX-TfC, a state-of-the-art industrial CFD package (S. Rathmayer, F. Unger). Parallel simulation of flows in sewer network systems (G. Rünger, R. R
This volume gives an overview of the state-of-the-art with respect to the development of all types of parallel computers and their application to a wide range of problem areas.
The international conference on parallel computing ParCo97 (Parallel Computing 97) was held in Bonn, Germany from 19 to 22 September 1997. The first conference in this biannual series was held in 1983 in Berlin. Further conferences were held in Leiden (The Netherlands), London (UK), Grenoble (France) and Gent (Belgium).
From the outset the aim with the ParCo (Parallel Computing) conferences was to promote the application of parallel computers to solve real life problems. In the case of ParCo97 a new milestone was reached in that more than half of the papers and posters presented were concerned with application aspects. This fact reflects the coming of age of parallel computing.
Some 200 papers were submitted to the Program Committee by authors from all over the world. The final programme consisted of four invited papers, 71 contributed scientific/industrial papers and 45 posters. In addition a panel discussion on Parallel Computing and the Evolution of Cyberspace was held. During and after the conference all final contributions were refereed. Only those papers and posters accepted during this final screening process are included in this volume.
The practical emphasis of the conference was accentuated by an industrial exhibition where companies demonstrated the newest developments in parallel processing equipment and software. Speakers from participating companies presented papers in industrial sessions in which new developments in parallel computing were reported.
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