Volume 13. Parallel Computing: Software Technology, Algorithms, Architectures & Applications

1st Edition

Proceedings of the International Conference ParCo2003, Dresden, Germany


  • Gerhard Joubert
  • Wolfgang Nagel
  • Frans Peters
  • Wolfgang Walter
  • Description

    Advances in Parallel Computing series presents the theory and use of of parallel computer systems, including vector, pipeline, array, fifth and future generation computers and neural computers. This volume features original research work, as well as accounts on practical experience with and techniques for the use of parallel computers.


    Computer Researchers and Practitioners

    Table of Contents

    Preface. Sponsors, Exhibitors / Participants in the industrial track. Committees. Invited papers Parallel Machines and the “Digital Brain” – An Intricate Extrapolation on Occasion of JvN’s 100-th Birthday F. Hossfeld So Much Data, So Little Time... C. Hansen, S. Parker, C. Gribble Software Technology On Compiler Support for Mixed Task and Data Parallelism T. Rauber, R. Reilein, G. Rünger Distributed Process Networks - Using Half FIFO Queues in CORBA A. Amar, P. Boulet, J.-L. Dekeyser, F. Theeuwen An efficient data race detector backend for DIOTA M. Ronsse, B. Stougie, J. Maebe, F. Cornelis, K. De Bosschere Pipelined parallelism for multi-join queries on shared nothing machines M. Bamha, M. Exbrayat Towards the Hierarchical Group Consistency for DSM systems : an efficient way to share data objects L. Lefèvre, A. Bonhomme An operational semantics for skeletons M. Aldinucci, M. Danelutto A Programming Model for Tree Structured Parallel and Distributed Algorithms and its Implementation in a Java Environment H. Moritsch A Rewriting Semantics for an Event-Oriented Functional Parallel Language F. Loulergue RMI-like communication for migratable software components in HARNESS M. Migliardi, R. Podesta Semantics of a Functional BSP Language with Imperative Features F. Gava, F. Loulergue The Use of Parallel Genetic Algorithms for Optimization in the Early Design Phases E. Slaby, W. Funk An Integrated Annotation and Compilation Framework for Task and Data Parallel Programming in Java


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    About the editors

    Gerhard Joubert

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal, Germany

    Wolfgang Nagel

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, Germany

    Frans Peters

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Philips Research Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Netherlands

    Wolfgang Walter

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Technical University of Dresden, Germany