Computing in Object Oriented Parallel Environments

Computing in Object Oriented Parallel Environments

Author: Satoshi Matsuoka

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540668183

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Computing in Object-Oriented Parallel Environments, ISCOPE 99, held in San Francisco, CA, USA in December 1999. The 14 revised full papers presented together with six short papers were selected from 41 submissions. The papers are devoted to compilers and optimization techniques, new application fields, components and metacomputing, numerical frameworks, generic programming and skeletons, application-specific frameworks, and runtime systems and techniques.

Computing in Object Oriented Parallel Environments

The role of abstraction in highperformance computing. In Scientific Computing in
Object-Oriented Parallel Environments. ISCOPE, December 1997. C. Lawson, R.
Hanson, D. Kincaid, and F. Krogh. Basic linear algebra subprograms for fortran ...

Computing in Object Oriented Parallel Environments

Author: Denis Caromel

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540493727

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This volume contains the Proceedings of the International Symposium on C- puting in Object-Oriented Parallel Environments (ISCOPE ’98), held at Santa 1 Fe, New Mexico, USA on December 8{11, 1998. ISCOPE is in its second year, and continues to grow both in attendance and in the diversity of the subjects covered. ISCOPE’97 and its predecessor conferences focused more narrowly on scienti c computing in the high-performance arena. ISCOPE ’98 retains this emphasis, but has broadened to include discrete-event simulation, mobile c- puting, and web-based metacomputing. The ISCOPE ’98 Program Committee received 39 submissions, and acc- ted 10 (26%) as Regular Papers, based on their excellent content, maturity of development, and likelihood for widespread interest. These 10 are divided into three technical categories. Applications: The rst paper describes an approach to simulating advanced nuclear power reactor designs that incorporates multiple local solution - thods and a natural extension to parallel execution. The second paper disc- ses a Time Warp simulation kernel that is highly con gurable and portable. The third gives an account of the development of software for simulating high-intensity charged particle beams in linear particle accelerators, based on the POOMA framework, that shows performance considerably better than an HPF version, along with good parallel speedup.

Scientific Computing in Object Oriented Parallel Environments

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Scientific Computing in Object-Oriented Parallel Environments, ISCOPE '97, held in Marina del Rey, California, in December 1997.

Scientific Computing in Object Oriented Parallel Environments

Author: Calif.) Iscope 97 (1997 (Marina Del Rey

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540638278

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Content Description #Includes bibliographical references and index.

Object Oriented Technology ECOOP 98 Workshop Reader

M. Weidmann: Design and Performance Improvement of a Real-World
ObjectOriented C++ Solver with STL. Proceedings of the International Scientic
Computing in Object-Oriented Parallel Environments Conference, Springer
LNCS, 1997. 6.

Object Oriented Technology  ECOOP  98 Workshop Reader

Author: Serge Demeyer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540654607

Page: 582

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At the time of writing (mid-October 1998) we can look back at what has been a very successful ECOOP’98. Despite the time of the year – in the middle of what is traditionally regarded as a holiday period – ECOOP'98 was a record breaker in terms of number of participants. Over 700 persons found their way to the campus of the Brussels Free University to participate in a wide range of activities. This 3rd ECOOP workshop reader reports on many of these activities. It contains a careful selection of the input and a cautious summary of the outcome for the numerous discussions that happened during the workshops, demonstrations and posters. As such, this book serves as an excellent snapshot of the state of the art in the field of object oriented programming. About the diversity of the submissions A workshop reader is, by its very nature, quite diverse in the topics covered as well as in the form of its contributions. This reader is not an exception to this rule: as editors we have given the respective organizers much freedom in their choice of presentation because we feel form follows content. This explains the diversity in the types of reports as well as in their lay out.

EURO PAR

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Object - Oriented Parallel Environments , number 231-238 in LNCS , page 223 ff .
Springer - Verlag , 1998 . 13. K. Kennedy . Telescoping languages : A compiler ...

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Environments and Tools for Parallel Scientific Computing

In SMP , we utilize object - based methods , inheritance , and operator
overloading to make this the compiler ' s responsibility . Not only does it remove
the burden from the programmer , but also eliminates many of the common
programming ...

Environments and Tools for Parallel Scientific Computing

Author: J. J. Dongarra

Publisher: North Holland

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Page: 362

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Evaluates the state-of-the-art and future trends in software for parallel computer programmers. Topics covered include: visualization tools for performance debugging; studies of the behaviour of parallel program execution; and programming tools.

Simulation Symposium SS 2001 34th Annual

Comparison between sequential and parallel simulation times An ATM
Distributed Simulator for Network Management ... In Proceedings of the
International Symposium on Computing in Object - Oriented Parallel
Environments ( ISCOPE ' 98 ) ...

Simulation Symposium  SS 2001   34th Annual

Author: Simulation Symposium

Publisher: IEEE

ISBN: 9780769510927

Page: 341

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Proceedings of an April 2001 symposium, addressing traditional discrete-event and continuous simulation topics, as well as topics in areas of distributed systems, network modeling, and advances in simulation methodology and practices. Material is in sections on simulation based performance analysis, network modeling and simulation, VLSI circuit simulators, simulation languages and environments, Web-based modeling and simulation, parallel and distributed simulation, and advances in simulation methodology and practices. Some subjects are queue structures for shared-memory multiprocessor systems, building a Web-based federated simulation system with Jini and XML, modeling and simulation of active networks, performance optimization of throttled time-warp simulation, and fault identification networks by passive testing. Lacks a subject index. c. Book News Inc.

Parallel and Distributed Computing

Merging web - based with cluster - based computing . In Proceedings of
Computing in Object - Oriented Parallel Environments , pages 119 – 126 .
Springer LNCS 1505 , 1998 . 385 . J . A . Simpson and E . S . C . Weiner , editors .
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Parallel and Distributed Computing

Author: Claudia Leopold

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

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An all-inclusive survey of the fundamentals of parallel and distributed computing. The use of parallel and distributed computing has increased dramatically over the past few years, giving rise to a variety of projects, implementations, and buzzwords surrounding the subject. Although the areas of parallel and distributed computing have traditionally evolved separately, these models have overlapping goals and characteristics. Parallel and Distributed Computing surveys the models and paradigms in this converging area of parallel and distributed computing and considers the diverse approaches within a common text. Covering a comprehensive set of models and paradigms, the material also skims lightly over more specific details and serves as both an introduction and a survey. Novice readers will be able to quickly grasp a balanced overview with the review of central concepts, problems, and ideas, while the more experienced researcher will appreciate the specific comparisons between models, the coherency of the parallel and distributed computing field, and the discussion of less well-known proposals. Other topics covered include: * Data parallelism * Shared-memory programming * Message passing * Client/server computing * Code mobility * Coordination, object-oriented, high-level, and abstract models * And much more Parallel and Distributed Computing is a perfect tool for students and can be used as a foundation for parallel and distributed computing courses. Application developers will find this book helpful to get an overview before choosing a particular programming style to study in depth, and researchers and programmers will appreciate the wealth of information concerning the various areas of parallel and distributed computing.

The Design of Sparse Direct Solvers Using Object oriented Techniques

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degree algorithms : Design , implementation , and experiences , in Computing in
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The Design of Sparse Direct Solvers Using Object oriented Techniques

Author: Florin Dobrian

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Abstract: "We describe our experience in designing object-oriented software for sparse direct solvers. We discuss Spindle, a library of sparse matrix ordering codes, and Oblio, a package that implements the factorization and triangular solution steps of a direct solver. We discuss the goals of our design: managing complexity, simplicity of interface, flexibility, extensibility, safety, and efficiency. High performance is obtained by carefully implementing the computationally intensive kernels and by making several tradeoffs to balance the conflicting demands of efficiency and good software design. Some of the missteps that we made in the course of this work are also described."

Conference Proceedings

Environments , Second International Symposium ISCOPE 98 , volume 1505 of
Lecture Notes in Computer Science , pages ... In S. Matsouka , R. R. Oldehoeft ,
and M. Tholburn , editors , Computing in Object - Oriented Parallel Environment ...

Conference Proceedings

Author: OOPSLA (15, 2000, Minneapolis, Minn.)

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Applied Parallel Computing

In Parallel and Distributed Processing , number 1586 in Lecture Notes in
Computer Science , Puerto Rico , April 12 , 1999 . Springer ... ISCOPE ' 99 , 3rd
International Symposium on Computing in Object - Oriented Parallel
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Applied Parallel Computing

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Object oriented Technology

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Object - Oriented Parallel Environments . Proceedings , 1999 . VIII , 205 pages .
1999 . Vol . 1733 : H . Nakashima , C . Zhang ( Eds . ) , Approaches to Intelligent ...

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American Book Publishing Record

005.1'17 Computing in object - oriented parallel environments : Third
International Symposium , ISCOPE 99 , San Francisco , CA , USA , December
1999 : proceedings / Satoshi Matsuoka , Rodney R. Oldehoeft , Marydell
Tholburn ( eds . ) .

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An Object oriented Collection of Minimum Degree Algorithms

Design, Implementation, and Experiences Gary Kumfert, Institute for Computer
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An Object oriented Collection of Minimum Degree Algorithms

Author: Gary Kumfert

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Abstract: "The multiple minimum degree (MMD) algorithm and its variants have enjoyed 20+ years of research and progress in generating fill-reducing orderings for sparse, symmetric positive definite matrices. Although conceptually simple, efficient implementations of these algorithms are deceptively complex and highly specialized. In this case study, we present an object-oriented library that implements several recent minimum degree-like algorithms. We discuss how object-oriented design forces us to decompose these algorithms in a different manner than earlier codes and demonstrate how this impacts the flexibility and efficiency of our C++ implementation. We compare the performance of our code against other implementations in C or Fortran."