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IPDPS 2005 Advance Program

MONDAY, APRIL 4th, 2005
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all day*

* See each individual workshop programs for schedule details

1 HCW Heterogeneous Computing Workshop
2 WPDRTS Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Real-Time Systems
3 RAW Reconfigurable Architectures Workshop
4 HIPS-HPGC Joint Workshop on High-Performance Grid Computing & High-Level Parallel Programming Models
5 JAVAPDC Java for Parallel and Distributed Computing Workshop
6 NIDISC Workshop on Nature Inspired Distributed Computing
7 HiCOMB Workshop on High Performance Computational Biology
8 APDCM Advances in Parallel and Distributed Computing Models
9 CAC Communication Architecture for Clusters
10 NGS NSF Next Generation Software Program
11 HPPAC High-Performance, Power-Aware Computing

TCPP Membership Reception

Speaker: Amar Shan, Cray XD1 Product Manager
New Technologies for Accelerating High Performance Computing
TUESDAY, APRIL 5th, 2005
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Plenary Session

David Culler, University of California, Berkeley
Wireless Sensor Networks - Where Parallel and Distributed Processing Meets the Real World



Sessions 1-4

Session 1: Power Management
                     Session Chair: Tarek El-Ghazawi
  • Exploring the Energy-Time Tradeoff in MPI Programs on a Power-Scalable Cluster
    Vincent W. Freeh, Feng Pan, Nandani Kappiah, North Carolina State Univ., David K. Lowenthal, Rob Springer, Univ. of Georgia
  • Software-Directed Disk Power Management for Scientific Applications
    Seung Woo Son, Mahmut Kandemir, Pennsylvania State Univ., Alok Choudhary, Northwestern Univ.
  • Exploiting Barriers to Optimize Power Consumption of CMPs
    Chun Liu, Anand Sivasubramaniam, Mahmut Kandemir, Mary Jane Irwin, Pennsylvania State Univ.
  • Power Saving in Regular Interconnection Networks Built with High-Degree Switches
    Marina Alonso, Juan-Miguel Martinez, Vicente Santonja, Pedro Lopez, Jose Duato, Univ. Politécnica de Valencia
  • Dynamic Power-Aware Scheduling Algorithms for Real-Time Task Sets with Fault-Tolerance in Parallel and Distributed Computing Environment
    Jian-Jun Han, Qing-Hua Li, Huazhong Univ. of Science & Technology

Session 2: Numerical and Out-of-Core Algorithms
                     Session Chair: Pavlos Spirakis

  • Prioritized Multiplicative Schwarz Procedures for Solutions to General Linear Systems
    David Wingate, Nathaniel Powell, Quinn Snell, Kevin Seppi, Brigham Young Univ.
  • Fast and Scalable Parallel Matrix Computations on Distributed Memory Systems
    Keqin Li, State Univ. of New York
  • Fast All Nearest Neighbor Algorithms from Image Processing Perspective
    Yuh-Rau Wang, St. John's and St. Mary's Institute of Technology, Shi-Jinn Horng, Hung-Chang Chan, National Taiwan Univ. of Science and Technology
  • Out-of-core and Pipeline Techniques for Wavefront Algorithms
    Eddy Caron, Frederic Desprez, GRAAL/LIP, Frederic Suter, Algorille/LORIA
  • PDM Sorting Algorithms that Take a Small Number of Passes
    Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, Univ. of Connecticut, Sandeep Sen, IIT New Delhi

Session 3: Grids, Web Services, and Component Architectures
                     Session Chair: Erik Dirkx

  • Exploiting WSRF and WSRF.NET for Remote Job Execution in Grid Environments
    Glenn Wasson, Marty Humphrey, Univ. of Virginia
  • SPHINX: A Fault-Tolerant System for Scheduling in Dynamic Grid Environments
    Jang-uk In, Paul Avery, Richard Cavanaugh, Laukik Chitnis, Mandar Kulkarni, Sanjay Ranka, Univ. of Florida
  • Fault-tolerance, Malleability and Migration for Divide-and-Conquer Applications on the Grid
    Gosia Wrzesinska, Rob V. van Nieuwpoort, Jason Maassen, Henri E. Bal, Vrije Univ. Amsterdam
  • Self-Managing Sensor-based Middleware for Performance Monitoring and Data Integration in Grids
    Hong-Linh Truong, Univ. of Vienna, Thomas Fahringer, Univ. of Innsbruck
  • On the Optimal Placement of Secure Data Objects over Internet
    Manghui Tu, Peng Li, Qingkai Ma, I-Ling Yen, Farokh B. Bastani, Univ. of Texas at Dallas

Session 4: Algorithms and Load Balancing
                     Session Chair: Craig Lee

  • A Highly Parallel Algorithm for the Numerical Simulation of Unsteady Diffusion Processes
    Yu Zhuang, Texas Tech Univ., Xian-He Sun, Illinois Institute of Technology
  • A Distributed Chained Lin-Kernighan Algorithm for TSP Problems
    Thomas Fischer, Peter Merz, Univ. of Kaiserslautern
  • A Load Balancing Method for a Parallel Application Based on a Domain Decomposition
    Christophe Denis, Univ. of Paris, Jean Paul Boufflet, Breitkopf Piotr, Univ. of Compiegne
  • A study of various load information exchange mechanisms for a distributed application using dynamic scheduling
    Abdou Guermouche, INRIA & ENSEEIHT-IRIT, Jean-Yves L'Excellent, INRIA & LIP-ENS Lyon
  • Functionality Distribution for Parallel Rendering
    Ramgopal Rajagopalan, Dhrubajyoti Goswami, Sudhir Mudur, Concordia Univ.



Sessions 5-8

Session 5: Micro-architecture of Processors
                     Session Chair: Ali Hurson
  • Inherently Workload-Balanced Clustered Microarchitecture
    Jaume Abella, Univ. Politécnica de Catalunya, Antonio Gonzalez, Intel Barcelona Research Center & Univ. Politécnica de Catalunya
  • Effective Instruction Prefetching via Fetch Prestaging
    Ayose Falcon, HP Barcelona Labs, Alex Ramirez, Mateo Valero, Univ. Politécnica de Catalunya
  • Control-Flow Independence Reuse via Dynamic Vectorization
    Alex Pajuelo, Antonio Gonzalez, Mateo Valero, Univ. Politécnica de Catalunya
  • Dependency Chain based Clustered Microarchitecture
    Satish Narayanasamy, UCSD, Hong Wang, Perry Wang, & John Shen, Intel Corporation, Brad Calder, UCSD
  • Enhanced Parallel Processing in Wide Registers
    Joan L. Mitchell, Arianne T. Hinds, IBM Boulder

Session 6: Algorithms
                     Session Chair: Sushil Prasad

  • Asynchronous Complete Distributed Garbage Collection
    Luis Veiga, Paulo Ferreira, INESC-ID/IST
  • Wait-Free Reference Counting and Memory Management
    Håkan Sundell, Chalmers Univ. of Technology & Göteborg Univ.
  • A Parallel Algorithm for Correlating Event Streams
    Daniel M. Zimmerman, K. Mani Chandy, California Institute of Technology
  • A Fast Fuzzy-based (Ω, α)-Fair Rate Allocation Algorithm
    P.Goudarzi, Iran Telecommunication Research Center, F. Sheikholeslam, Isfahan Univ. of Technology
  • Provable Algorithms for Parallel Sweep Scheduling on Unstructured Meshes
    V.S. Anil Kumar, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Madhav Marathe, Virginia Tech, Srinivasan Parthasarathy, Aravind Srinivasan, Univ. of Maryland, Sibylle Zust, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Session 7: Scheduling and Load Balancing
                      Session Chair: Antony Maciejewski

  • Scheduling Algorithms for Effective Thread Pairing on Hybrid Multiprocessors
    Robert L. McGregor, Christos D. Antonopoulos, Dimitrios S. Nikolopoulos, College of William and Mary
  • Practical Performance Model For Optimizing Dynamic Load Balancing of Adaptive Applications
    Kevin Barker, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Nikos Chrisochoides, College of William and Mary
  • Self-Adaptive Scheduler Parameterization via Online Simulation
    Barry Lawson, Univ. of Richmond, Evgenia Smirni, College of William and Mary
  • Practical Divisible Load Scheduling on Grid Platforms with APST-DV
    Krijn van der Raadt, Yang Yang, San Diego Supercomputer Center, Henri Casanova, San Diego Supercomputer Center and Univ. of California, San Diego
  • Comparing the Performance of High-Level Middleware Systems in Shared and Distributed Memory Parallel Environments
    Jik-Soo Kim, Univ. of Maryland, Henrique Andrade, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Alan Sussman, Univ. of Maryland

Session 8: Computational Challenges
                      Session Chair: Behrooz Shirazi

  • Performance Implications of Hyperthreading and Virtualization on Grid Enabled High Energy Physics Applications
    Laura Gilbert, Jeff Tseng, Rhys Newman, Univ. of Oxford, Saeed Iqbal, Ronald Pepper, Onur Celebioglu, Jenwei Hsieh, Mark Cobban, Dell Inc.
  • Parallelizing a Defect Detection and Categorization Application
    Leo Glimcher, Gagan Agrawal, Sameep Mehta, Ruoming Jin, Raghu Machiraju, Ohio State Univ.
  • A Neural Network Based Predictive Mechanism for Available Bandwidth
    Alaknantha Eswaradass, Xian-He Sun, Ming Wu, Illinois Institute of Technology
  • Adaptive Simulation: Dynamic Data Driven Application in Geophysical Mass Flows
    Matthew Jones, Abani Patra, Keith Dalbey, E. Bruce Pitman, State Univ. of New York, Andrew Bauer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Power and Energy Profiling of Scientific Applications on Distributed Systems
    Xizhou Feng, Rong Ge, Kirk W. Cameron, Univ. of South Carolina



Panel 1

The Future of High-End Computing: Standing on One Another’s Feet?

Daniel A. Reed
Renaissance Computing Institute
University of North Carolina
North Carolina State University
Duke University

Robert Lucas, ISI
Chris Johnson, Utah
Rob Pennington, NCSA
Dan Reed, UNC, Moderator

Commercial Tutorial

Open to all IPDPS 2005 attendees


WorldScape, Inc.

Topic: Extremely Low Power, High Performance SIMD Computer Architecture
Presenters: Peter Rogina, CEO and Dan Poore, EVP

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Plenary Session

Keynote Speaker: Eric Kronstadt, IBM Research
Peta-Scale Computing



Plenary Session


Plenary Session: Best Papers
                                  Session Chair: Jean-Luc Gaudiot
  • Fractal: A Mobile Code Based Framework for Dynamic Application Protocol Adaptation in Pervasive Computing
    Hanping Lufei, Weisong Shi, Wayne State Univ.
  • Data Redistribution and Remote Method Invocation in Parallel Component Architectures
    Felipe Bertrand, Randall Bramley, Indiana Univ., David Bernholdt, James A. Kohl, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Alan Sussman, Univ. of Maryland, Jay W. Larson, Argonne National Laboratory, Kostadin Damevski, Univ. of Utah
  • LAD: Localization Anomaly Detection for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Wenliang Du, Lei Fang, Syracuse Univ., Peng Ning, North Carolina State Univ.
  • A Memory-Effective Routing Strategy for Regular Interconnection Networks
    Maria Engracia Gómez, Pedro López, Jose Duato, Univ. Politécnica de Valencia



Sessions 9-12

Session 9: Shared Memory Architectures
                     Session Chair: Jose Rolim
  • Cache Miss Characterization and Data Locality Optimization for Imperfectly Nested Loops on Shared Memory Multiprocessors
    Swarup Kumar Sahoo, Rajkiran Panuganti, Sriram Krishnamoorthy, P. Sadayappan, Ohio State Univ.
  • Runtime Empirical Selection of Loop Schedulers on Hyperthreaded SMPs
    Yun Zhang, Michael J. Voss, Univ. of Toronto
  • A Cost-Effective Main Memory Organization for Future Servers
    Magnus Ekman, Per Stenstrom, Chalmers Institute of Technology
  • An Experimental Study of Parallel Biconnected Components Algorithms on Symmetric Multiprocessors (SMPs)
    Guojing Cong, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, David A. Bader, Univ. of New Mexico

Session 10: Scheduling and Load Balancing
                        Session Chair: Sanjay Rajopadhye

  • A Distributed Procedure for Bandwidth-Centric Scheduling of Independent-task Applications
    Cyril Banino, Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology
  • A realistic network/application model for scheduling divisible loads on large-scale platforms
    Loris Marchal, CNRS-INRIA & ENS Lyon, Y. Yand, Henri Casanova, Univ. of California at San Diego, Yves Robert, CNRS-INRIA & ENS Lyon
  • Supporting Load Balancing and Efficient Reorganization During System Scaling
    Feng Zhu, Xiaowei Sun, Betty Salzberg, Northeastern Univ., Svein-Olaf Hvasshovd, Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology
  • Distributed Scheduling of Parallel I/O in the Presence of Data Replication
    Jan-Jan Wu, Academia Sinica, Pangfeng Liu, National Taiwan Univ.
  • PROC: Process ReOrdering-based Coscheduling on Workstation Clusters
    Jung-Lok Yu, Driss Azougagh, Jinsoo Kim, Seung-Ryoul Maeng, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Session 11: Compilation and Program Development Frameworks
                        Session Chair: Sotiris Nikoletseas

  • A Compiler and Runtime Infrastructure for Automatic Program Distribution
    Roxana E. Diaconescu, California Institute of Technology, Lei Wang, Zachary Mouri, Matt Chu, Univ. of California at Irvine
  • Fast Address Translation Techniques for Distributed Shared Memory Compilers
    François Cantonnet, Tarek El-Ghazawi, George Washington Univ., Pascal Lorenz, Univ. de Haute Alsace, Jaafar Gaber, Univ. de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard
  • Impact of Compiler-based Data-Prefetching Techniques on SPEC OMP Application Performance
    Xinmin Tian, Rakesh Krishnaiyer, Hideki Saito, Milind Girkar, Wei Li, Intel Corp.
  • Automatic Support for Irregular Computations in a High-Level Language
    Jimmy Su, Katherine Yelick, Univ. of California at Berkeley
  • Building on a Framework: Using FG for More Flexibility and Improved Performance in Parallel Programs
    Elena Davidson, Thomas Cormen, Dartmouth College

Session 12: Decentralized and Peer-to-Peer Systems
                        Session Chair: Tony Drummond

  • Making Search Efficient on Gnutella-like P2P Systems
    Yingwu Zhu, Xiaoyu Yang, Yiming Hu, Univ. of Cincinnati
  • Coordinated Media Streaming and Transcoding in Peer-to-Peer Systems
    Fang Chen, Thomas Repantis, Vana Kalogeraki, Univ. of California at Riverside
  • PReCinCt: A Scheme for Cooperative Caching in Mobile Peer-to-Peer Systems
    Huaping Shen, Mary Suchitha Joseph, Mohan Kumar, Sajal K. Das, Univ. of Texas at Arlington
  • An Efficient Topology-Adaptive Membership Protocol for Large-Scale Cluster-Based Services
    Jingyu Zhou, Lingkun Chu, Tao Yang, Ask Jeeves Inc. & Univ. of California at Santa Barbara
  • GUARD: Gossip Used for Autonomous Resource Detection
    Sagnik Nandy, Larry Carter, Jeanne Ferrante, Univ. of California at San Diego



Sessions 13-16

Session 13: Hypercubes and Optical Interconnects
                        Session Chair: Sanguthevar Rajasekaran
  • Fault-Hamiltonicity of Hypercube-Like Interconnection Networks
    Jung-Heum Park, Catholic Univ. of Korea, Hee-Chul Kim, Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies, Hyeong-Seok Lim, Chonnam National
  • Rapidly Mixing Random Walks on Hypercubes with Application to Dynamic Tree Evolution
    Keqin Li, State Univ. of New York
  • Dynamic RWA Based on the Combination of Mobile Agents Technique and Genetic Algorithm in WDM Networks with Sparse Wavelength Conversion
    Vinh Trong Le, Xiaohong Jiang, Son Hong Ngo, JAIST, Susumu Horiguchi, Tohoku Univ.
  • Bootstrapping Free-Space Optical Networks
    Fang Liu, Univ. of Maryland, Uzi Vishkin, Institute for Advanced Computer Studies and Univ. of Maryland, Stuart Milner, Univ. of Maryland
  • Contiguous Search in the Hypercube for Capturing an Intruder
    Paola Flocchini, Miao Jun Huang, Univ. of Ottawa, Flaminia L. Luccio, Univ. of Trieste

Session 14: Scheduling for Heterogeneous, Internet, and Grid Computing
                        Session Chair: Joseph JaJa

  • Dynamic Mapping in Energy Constrained Heterogeneous Computing Systems
    Jong-Kook Kim, Purdue Univ., Howard J. Siegel, Tony Maciejewski, Colorado State Univ., Rudolf Eigenmann, Purdue Univ.
  • MaTCH : Mapping Data-Parallel Tasks on a Heterogeneous Computing Platform using the Cross-Entropy Heuristic
    Soumya Sanyal, Sajal K. Das, Univ. of Texas at Arlington
  • Security-Driven Heuristics and A Fast Genetic Algorithm for Trusted Grid Job Scheduling
    Shanshan Song, Yu-Kwong Kwok, Kai Hwang, Univ. of Southern California
  • GridIS: An Incentive-based Grid Scheduling
    Lijuan Xiao, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Yanmin Zhu, Lionel Ni,
    Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, Zhiwei Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • On Scheduling Complex Dags for Internet-Based Computing
    Grzegorz Malewicz, Univ. of Alabama, Arnold L. Rosenberg, Matthew Yurkewych, Univ. of Massachusests, Amherst

Session 15: Networks and Protocols
                        Session Chair: Christophe Cerin

  • A Mutual Anonymous Peer-to-peer Protocol Design
    Jinsong Han, Yunhao Liu, Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, Li Xiao, Michigan State Univ., Renyi Xiao, Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology and National Natural Science Foundation, Lionel M. Ni, Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology
  • Modeling and Taming Parallel TCP on the Wide Area Network
    Dong Lu, Yi Qiao, Peter A. Dinda, Fabian E. Bustamante, Northwestern Univ.
  • Adaptive Resource Utilization via Feedback Control for Streaming Applications
    Hasnain A. Mandviwala, Nissim Harel, Umakishore Ramachandran, Georgia Institute of Technology, Kathleen Knobe, HP Labs
  • Evaluation of Rate-based Adaptivity in Joining Asynchronous Data Streams
    Beth Plale, Nithya Vijayakumar, Indiana Univ.
  • Improving Middleware Performance with AdOC: an Adaptive Online Compression Library for Data Transfer
    Emmanuel Jeannot, LORIA, Univ. H. Poincaré Nancy 1

Session 16: Databases
                        Session Chair: Viktor Prasanna

  • Efficiently Processing Query-Intensive Databases over a Non-dedicated Local Network
    Pedro Furtado, Univ. de Coimbra
  • Efficient Data Access for Parallel BLAST
    Heshan Lin, North Carolina State Univ., Xiaosong Ma, North Carolina State Univ. and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Praveen Chandramohan, Al Geist, Nagiza Samatova, Oak Ridge National Laboratory


Speaker: Yale Patt, University of Texas at Austin
A Unifying Theory of Distributed Processing
(or, the Chutzpah one should expect when you invite a microarchitect into your sandbox)



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Plenary Session

Keynote Speaker:
Guang Gao, University of Delaware
Sustained Petaflop and Beyond: Can Parallel Computing Systems Meet The Challenges?



Commercial Track

  • Application Development on the SRC Computers, Inc. Systems
    Daniel S. Poznanovic
  • Overview of Air Traffic Control using an SIMD COTS System
    Dr. Stewart Reddaway, WorldScape, Inc.



Sessions 17-20

Session 17: Interconnects and Broadcasting
                        Session Chair: Jie Wu
  • Tight Bounds for Wavelength Assignment on Trees of Rings
    Zhengbing Bian, Qian-Ping Gu, Simon Fraser Univ., Xiao Zhou, Tohoku Univ.
  • Broadcast Trees for Heterogeneous Platforms
    Olivier Beaumont, Loris Marchal, Yves Robert, LaBRI, UMR CNRS, LIP, UMR CNRS-INRIA
  • On Constructing k-Connected k-Dominating Set in Wireless Networks
    Fei Dai, Jie Wu, Florida Atlantic Univ.
  • Energy Efficient Multi-Hop Polling in Clusters of Two-Layered Heterogeneous Sensor Networks
    Zhenghao Zhang, Ming Ma, Yuanyuan Yang, SUNY Stony Brook
  • Optimal Oblivious Path Selection on the Mesh
    Costas Busch, Malik Magdon-Ismail, Jing Xi, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Session 18: Scheduling and Resource Allocation
                        Session Chair: Ralph Castain

  • Improving and Stabilizing Parallel Computer Performance Using Adaptive Scheduling
    David Talby, Dror G. Feitelson
  • Benefit of Limited Time Sharing in the Presence of Very Large Parallel Jobs
    Su-Hui Chiang, Chuyong Fu, Portland State Univ.
  • Message Scheduling for All-to-all Personalized Communication on Ethernet Switched Clusters
    Ahmad Faraj, Xin Yuan, Florida State Univ.
  • Desynchronized Pfair Scheduling on Multiprocessors
    UmaMaheswari C. Devi, James H. Anderson, Univ. of North Carolina
  • A Powerful Direct Mechanism for Optimal WWW Content Replication
    Samee Ullah Khan, Ishfaq Ahmad, Univ. of Texas at Arlington

Session 19: Performance Analysis and Modeling
                        Session Chair: Frédéric Vivien

  • Automatic Construction and Evaluation of Performance Skeletons
    Sukhdeep Sodhi, Jaspal Subhlok, Univ. of Houston
  • COTS Clusters vs. the Earth Simulator: An Application Study using IMPACT3D
    Daniel Chavarria-Miranda, Guohua Jin, John Mellor-Crummey, Rice Univ.
  • Adaptive Mesh Refinement in Titanium
    Tong Wen, Phillip Colella, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • An Empirical Study On the Vectorization of Multimedia Applications for Multimedia Extensions
    Gang Ren, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Peng Wu, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, David Padua, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • User Transparent Parallel Processing of the 2004 NIST TRECVID Data Set
    Frank J. Seinstra, Cees G. M. Snoek, Dennis Koelma, Jan-Mark Geusebroek, Marcel Worring, Univ. of Amsterdam

Session 20: Tools and Middleware
                        Session Chair: Eddy Caron

  • Enhancing Availability of Grid Computational Services to Ubiquitous Computing Applications
    Nirmalya Roy, Sajal K. Das, Kalyan Basu, Mohan Kumar, Univ. of Texas at Arlington
  • Increasing the Performance of CDNs Using Replication and Caching: A Hybrid Approach
    Spiridon Bakiras, Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, Thanasis Loukopoulos, Technical Educational Institute of Lamia
  • QoS Aware Job Scheduling in a Cluster-based Web Server for Multimedia Applications
    Jiani Guo, Laxmi Bhuyan, Univ. of California at Riverside, Raj Kumar, Sujoy Basu, Hewlett-Packard Laboratory
  • A Framework to Support Survivable Web Services
    Wei Li, Jiang He, Qingkai Ma, I-Ling Yen, Farokh Bastani, Univ. of Texas at Dallas
  • Distributed Data Streams Indexing using Content-based Routing Paradigm
    Ahmet Bulut, Ambuj K. Singh, Univ. of California at Santa Barbara, Roman Vitenberg, IBM Haifa



Sessions 21-24

Session 21: Enhancing MPI
                        Session Chair: Adolfy Hoisie
  • Design and Implementation of Open MPI over Quadrics/Elan4
    Weikuan Yu, Ohio State Univ., Tim S. Woodall, Rich L. Graham, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dhabaleswar K. Panda, Ohio State Univ.
  • A Hardware Acceleration Unit for MPI Queue Processing
    Keith D. Underwood, Karl Scott Hemmert, Arun Rodriques, Richard Murphy, Ron Brightwell, Sandia National Laboratories
  • Impact of Event Logger on Causal Message Logging Protocols for Fault Tolerant MPI
    Aurelien Bouteiller, Boris Collin, Thomas Herault, Pierre Lemarinier, Franck Cappello, INRIA/LRI & Univ. Paris-Sud

Session 22: Interconnection Networks
                        Session Chair: Charles Weems

  • Switch Design to Enable Predictive Multiplexed Switching in Multiprocessor Networks
    Zhu Ding, Ray Hoare, Alex Jones, Dan Li, Shou-Kuo Shao, Shen-Chien Tung, Jiang Zheng, Rami Melhem, Univ. of Pittsburgh
  • Siamese-Twin: A Dynamically Fault-tolerant Fat-tree
    Frank Olaf Sem-Jacobsen, Univ. of Oslo, Tor Skeie, Olav Lysne, Simula National Laboratory, Ola Torudbakken, Eivind Rongved, B. Johnsen, SUN Microsystems
  • In-Order Packet Delivery in Interconnection Networks using Adaptive Routing
    Juan C. Martinez, Jose Flich, Antonio Robles, Pedro Lopez, Jose Duato, Univ. Politécnica de Valencia, Michihiro Koibuchi, Keio Univ.

Session 23: Peer-to-Peer Architectures and Security
                        Session Chair: Yi Pan

  • To Unify Structured and Unstructured P2P Systems
    Honghao Wang, Yingwu Zhu, Yiming Hu, Univ. of Cincinnati
  • Securely Replicated Web Documents
    Bogdan Popescu, Sacha Fosse-Parisis, Maarten van Steen, Bruno Crispo, Andrew Tanenbaum, Ihor Kuz
  • Security Enhancement in InfiniBand Architecture
    Bogdan C. Popescu, Maarten van Steen, Bruno Crispo, Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Vrije Univ., Jan Sacha, Trinity College Dublin, Ihor Kuz,National Information and Communications Technology, Sydney, Australia
  • ExChangeGuard: A Distributed Protocol for Electronic Fair-Exchange
    Mudhakar Srivatsa, Li Xiong, Ling Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology

Session 24: Performance Analysis and Assessment
                        Session Chair: Eddy Caron

  • Characterizing Secure Dynamic Web Applications Scalability
    Jordi Guitart, Vicenç Beltran, David Carrera, Jordi Torres, Eduard Ayguadé, Technical Univ. of Catalonia
  • NUMA-Aware Java Heaps for Server Applications
    Mustafa M. Tikir, Jeffrey K. Hollingsworth, Univ. of Maryland
  • Using Message-Driven Objects to Mask Latency in Grid Computing Applications
    Gregory Koenig, Laxmikant Kale, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • An Application Analysis Framework for Polymorphic Chip Multiprocessors
    Ayodele Thomas, Kunle Olukotun, Stanford Univ.
  • Optimizing NANOS OpenMP for the IBM Cyclops Multithreaded Architecture
    David Ródenas, Xavier Martorell, Eduard Ayguadé, Jesús Labarta, CEPBA-IBM Research Institute, UPC, George Almási, Călin Cascaval, José Castaños, José Moreira, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Conference Tutorial

Open to all IPDPS 2005 attendees

The Promise of Quantum Computing and Quantum Information Theory - Quantum Parallelism
Presenter: Dan C. Marinescu, University of Central Florida

Download Tutorial Abstract (pdf, 100k)

Commercial Tutorial

Open to all IPDPS 2005 attendees

SRC Computers, Inc.

Topic: Application Development on SRC Reconfigurable Computing Systems
Presenter: Daniel S. Poznanovic, V.P. Software Engineering
Abstract: This tutorial follows on the paper presentation in the Commercial Track and will actually demonstrate application development using the SRC software development tools.


FRIDAY, APRIL 8th, 2005
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all day*

* See each individual workshop programs for schedule details


12 WMAN International Workshop on Wireless, Mobile, Ad Hoc Networks and Sensor Networks
13 PDSECA Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Scientific and Engineering Computing with Applications
14 WMPP Workshop on Massively Parallel Processing
15 PMEO Performance Modeling, Evaluation, and Optimization of Parallel and Distributed Systems
16 DPDNS Dependable Parallel, Distributed and Network-Centric Systems
17 SSN International Workshop on Security in Systems and Networks
18 SMTPS Workshop on System Management Tools for Large-Scale Parallel Systems

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