Comptes Rendus Du 17ième Symposium Annuel International Sur Les Systèmes Et Applications Du Calcul de Haute Performance Et Le Symposium OSCAR

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The 17th annual International Symposium on High Performance Systems and Applications (HPCS 2003) and the first OSCAR Symposium were held in Sherbrooke, Quebec Canada, May 11-14, 2003. The proceedings cover various areas of High Performance Computing, from specific scientific applications to computer architecture. OSCAR is an Open Source clustering software suite for building, maintaining, and using high performance clusters.
 

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Contents

Concurrent Computation and Time Complexity Bounds for Algebraic Fractals
3
An Adaptive ParticleParticle ParticleMesh Code for Conducting Cosmological
23
Molecular Dynamics Study of Ablation of Solids Under Femtosecond Laser Pulses
39
Ab initio Study of the Electronic and Structural Properties of Cs SnI Perovskite
57
What is the Hamiltonian for Parent HighTemperature Superconductors?
71
A First Principles Formalism for Modeling Molecular Electronics
87
Using Simply Contracted Basis Functions with the Lanczos Algorithm to Calculate Vibrational Spectra
105
Application to Cluster
109
Efficient Broadcast on Computational Grids
189
An Environment for Parallel and Distributed Evolutionary Computations
201
A Brief Introduction to
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A Genetic Algorithm for Scheduling Directed Acyclic Graphs in the Presence of Communication
223
Optimization of Load Balancing Algorithm using Workload Simulator for a HPC Environment
231
Design Implementation and Interest
241
OSCAR Cluster Administration with
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The Pfilter Firewall Compiler for Clusters
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Large Scale Molecular Dynamcis Simulations of LipidDrug Interactions
115
Delayed Propagation of Derivatives in a Twodimensional Aircraft Design Optimization Problem
123
Parallel Computing Techniques for Metal Plasticity Applications
133
A New Resource for UK Computational Science
141
A Teraflops Linux Beowulf Cluster for Computational Astrophysics
153
Performance Evaluation of a Speculative Network Processor
161
Traffic Prediction Algorithm for Speculative Network Processors
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The Impact of HyperThreading on Communication Performance in HPC Clusters
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A Preliminary Feasibility Study of the LARPBS Optical Bus Parallel Model
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Design and Future Implementation
261
Mehdi BozzoRey Michel Barrette Benoit des Ligneris and Francis Giraldeau
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Development Installation and Maintenance of ElixII a 180 Nodes Diskless Cluster Running
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The Modeling and Dependability Analysis of High Availability Oscar Cluster System
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Efficient and Accurate Tracing of Events in Linux Clusters
291
Evaluation of Globus and Legion Software Environments
305
Providing Cluster Environments with HighAvailability and LoadBalancing
311
AUTHOR INDEX
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