Distributed and Parallel Systems: Cluster and Grid Computing

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Zoltan Juhasz, Peter Kacsuk, Dieter Kranzlmuller
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 31, 2005 - Computers - 211 pages

DAPSY (Austrian-Hungarian Workshop on Distributed and Parallel Systems) is an international conference series with biannual events dedicated to all aspects of distributed and parallel computing. DAPSY started under a different name in 1992 (Sopron, Hungary) as regional meeting of Austrian and Hungarian researchers focusing on transputer-related parallel computing; a hot research topic of that time. A second workshop followed in 1994 (Budapest, Hungary). As transputers became history, the scope of the workshop widened to include parallel and distributed systems in general and the 1st DAPSYS in 1996 (Miskolc, Hungary) reflected the results of these changes.

Distributed and Parallel Systems: Cluster and Grid Computing is an edited volume based on DAPSYS, 2004, the 5th Austrian-Hungarian Workshop on Distributed and Parallel Systems. The workshop was held in conjunction with EuroPVM/MPI-2004, Budapest, Hungary September 19-22, 2004.

 

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Contents

Parallel Program Execution Support in the JGrid System 13
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Message Passing vs Virtual Shared Memory a Performance Comparison
39
An Approach Toward MPI Applications in Wireless Networks
55
Monitoring and Program Analysis Activities with DeWiz 73
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Tools for Scalable Parallel Program Analysis Vampir NG and DeWiz
93
Graphical Design of Parallel Programs With Control Based on Global
112
Traffic Simulation in PGrade as a Grid Service
129
Supporting Native Applications in WebComG
147
Incremental Placement of Nodes in a LargeScale Adaptive Distributed 165
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Krzysztof Mieloszyk Bogdan Wiszniewski
173
Management of Communication Environments for Minimally Synchronous
183
Analysis of the MultiPhase Copying Garbage Collection Algorithm
193
A Concurrent Implementation of Simulated Annealing and Its Application
201
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