Scientific Computing in Object-Oriented Parallel Environments: First International Conference, ISCOPE '97, Marina Del Rey, California, December 8-11, 1997. Proceedings

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 19, 1997 - Computers - 296 pages
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. The volume presents 36 revised papers carefully selected for inclusion in the book. The papers address run-time performance optimization at several levels, new language programming paradigms, applications of Java-based technology, direct applications in various areas, object-oriented libraries, and new ideas and approaches to parallel scientific computing. All in all, this is an up-to-date presentation of the state-of-the-art in the application of object-oriented methods in scientific and engineering applications.
 

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Contents

Runtime Support for Multitier Programming of BlockStructured Applications on SMP Clusters
1
Automatic RunTime Code Generation in C++
9
A Comparison of PerformanceEnhancing Strategies for Parallel Numerical ObjectOriented Frameworks
17
C++ Solver with STL
25
Evaluating High Level Parallel Programming Support for Irregular Applications in ICC++
33
Processing Sparse Vectors During Compile Time in C++
41
Will C++ Be Faster Than Fortran?
49
The Design and Evolution of the MPI2 C++ Interface
57
Numerical Solution of PDEs on Parallel Computers Utilizing Sequential Simulators
161
A Parallel CFD 3Dimensional Code
169
An ObjectOriented Framework for Solving Partial Differential Equations
177
Optimization of DataParallel Field Expressions in the POOMA Framework
185
MC++ and a Transport Physics Framework
195
The Role of Abstraction in HighPerformance Computing
203
Design of a Data Class for Parallel Scientific Computing
211
Describing Objects in Parallel ECEM Image Reconstruction
218

Efficient Extensible Synchronization in Sather
65
The CORRELATE project
73
ObjectOriented Technologies
81
A CompileTime MetaLevel Architecture Supporting Class Specific Optimization
89
An ObjectOriented Approach to the Implementation of a HighLevel Data Parallel Language
97
A Framework for Parallel Adaptive Finite Element Methods and Its Template Based Implementation in C++
105
Parallel Array Class Implementation Using CH STL Adaptors
113
A Multithreaded Java Framework for Solving Linear Elliptic Partial Differential Equations in 3D
121
Automatic Binding of Native Scientific Libraries to Java
129
An Architecture in Java for Mobile Computation
145
The Extensible Java Preprocessor Kit and a Tiny DataParallel Java
153
Flow in Porous Media Using NAO Finite Difference Classes
225
An ObjectOriented Programming Suite for Electrostatic Effects in Biological Molecules
233
A Portable ObjectBased Parallel Library and Layered Framework for RealTime Radar Signal Processing
241
AspectOriented Programming of Sparse Matrix Code
249
ClientServer Architecture in the ADAMS Parallel ObjectOriented Database System
257
PatternBased ObjectOriented Parallel Programming
267
The IceT Environment for Parallel and Distributed Computing
275
A General Resource Reservation Framework for Scientific Computing
283
Author Contacts
291
Author Index
295
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