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  19th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium
                             www.ipdps.org

                 Monday, 4 April - Friday, 8 April 2005
                         Omni Interlocken Hotel
                         Denver, Colorado, USA

                             Sponsored by:
IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Parallel Processing (TCPP)

                          In cooperation with:
                              ACM SIGARCH
   IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer Architecture
  IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing

                  Hosted by Colorado State University

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IPDPS serves as a forum for engineers and scientists from around the
world to present their latest research findings in the fields of
parallel processing and distributed computing.  The five-day program
will follow the usual format of contributed papers, invited speakers,
panels, industrial track, and exhibits mid week, framed by workshops
held on Monday and Friday.  During the week participants will have an
opportunity to organize Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) sessions, and a
special tutorial will be offered.  Program details will be posted on
the Web, so you are encouraged to regularly check the IPDPS Web site
at www.ipdps.org for updates.  General email inquiries should be
addressed to info@ipdps.org.

WORKSHOPS
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Workshops are an opportunity to explore special topics, and running a
workshop in association with IPDPS offers many advantages.  Most
workshops held at IPDPS 2004 are already planning for continuation in
2005, and several others have been organized.

BIRDS-OF-A-FEATHER (BOF)
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These are informal sessions in which a group of researchers can gather
for discussions on a topic of mutual interest.  We'll provide the
space, you provide the topic and gather the people.  You may reserve
space in advance by contacting the General Vice Chair Charles Weems at
weems@cs.umass.edu.

INDUSTRIAL TRACK & COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS
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There will be three days of "walk-up-and-talk" exhibits, where
industrial researchers can promote awareness about their products and
recent technological advances. In addition, industry exhibitors are
invited to give a presentation in a conference Industrial Track
session (with a technical article in the proceedings) or offer an
evening industrial tutorial that provides orientation and training to
conference participants interested in using their technology.
Companies interested in participating should contact the Industrial
Track Chair John K. Antonio (antonio@ou.edu) as early as possible.

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The 19th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing
Symposium, hosted by Colorado State University, will be held in
Denver, Colorado, at the Omni Interlocken Resort.  Midway between
downtown Denver and Boulder and fifty miles from Fort Collins, the
Interlocken area is a concentration of high-tech corporations,
institutions of higher education, and research and development
laboratories. The nearby Denver International Airport provides easy
access for our worldwide participants.

Gateway to the spectacular Rocky Mountains, the area has a multitude
of recreational opportunities and is only one hour from the entrance
to the Rocky Mountain National Park wilderness forest and wildlife
preserves.  The Interlocken Hotel is part of a golf resort with three
separate nine-hole courses, and across the road is FlatIron Crossing
Village, an indoor-outdoor park complex of retail shops, dining, and
recreation.

Colorado may now be best known for its ski resorts and breweries, but
its earlier history of mining, agriculture, and livestock, and its
role in the settlement of the American West, is still alive in the
character of the university communities of Fort Collins, Boulder, and
Golden.   So, come April 2005, we invite all you trail blazers in
parallel and distributed processing to saddle up and join us at the
Rocky Mountain IPDPS round-up.

Our IPDPS 2005 host is Colorado State University, and they are
planning a special pre-conference Rocky Mountain National Park
excursion. Details on this excursion, local accommodations, and travel
tips will be posted on the Web, so you are encouraged to regularly
check the IPDPS Web site at www.ipdps.org for updates.

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                        IPDPS 2005 ORGANIZATION
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GENERAL CO-CHAIRS
   H.J. Siegel, Colorado State University, USA
   David A. Bader, University of New Mexico, USA

GENERAL VICE CHAIR
   Charles Weems, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA

PROGRAM CHAIR
   Jean-Luc Gaudiot, University of California, Irvine, USA

WORKSHOPS CO-CHAIRS
   Alan Sussman, University of Maryland, USA
   Yuanyuan Yang, State University of New York, Stony Brook, USA

INDUSTRIAL TRACK COMMITTEE
   Chair: John K. Antonio, University of Oklahoma, USA
   Wim B=F6hm, Colorado State University, USA
   Serge Chaumette, University of Bordeaux 1, France
   Mitchell D. Theys, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

PROCEEDINGS COMMITTEE
   Chair: Shoukat Ali, University of Missouri-Rolla, USA
   Vice-Chair: Stephen L. Scott, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

FINANCE CHAIR
   Bill Pitts, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., USA

LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS CHAIR
   Susamma Barua, California State University, Fullerton, USA

PRODUCTION CHAIR
   Sally Jelinek, Electronic Design Associates, Inc., USA

PUBLICITY CO-CHAIRS
   Frank Dehne, Griffith University, Australia
   Yi Pan, Georgia State University, USA

STEERING COMMITTEE
   Co-Chair: Viktor K. Prasanna, University of Southern California, USA
   Co-Chair: George B. Westrom, Future Scientists & Engineers of America,=
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   David A. Bader, University of New Mexico, USA
   K. Mani Chandy, California Institute of Technology, USA
   Michel Cosnard, Universit=E9 de Nice & INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France
   Jean-Luc Gaudiot, University of California, Irvine, USA
   Ali R. Hurson, Pennsylvania State University, USA
   Joseph JaJa, University of Maryland, USA
   F. Tom Leighton, MIT, USA
   Burkhard Monien, University of Paderborn, Germany
   Sotiris E. Nikoletseas, University of Patras, Greece
   Jos=E9 D.P. Rolim, University of Geneva, Switzerland
   Arnold L. Rosenberg, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
   Sartaj Sahni, University of Florida, USA
   Behrooz Shirazi, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
   H. J. Siegel, Colorado State University, USA
   Paul Spirakis, University of Patras, Greece
   Hal Sudborough, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
   Charles Weems, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA


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IPDPS 2005 Advance Program



MONDAY, APRIL 4th, 2005
PROGRAM QUICK CLICK  | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday |
WORKSHOPS
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-Leve=
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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
(email Frederica Darema for information)
11 HPPAC High-Performance, Power-Aware Computing

TUESDAY, APRIL 5th, 2005
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Plenary Session
8:00-9:30
  KEYNOTE SPEAKER
David Culler, University of California, Berkeley
Wireless Sensor Networks - Where Parallel and Distributed Processing Meet=
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the Real World

9:30-10:00
  Break
Sessions 1-4
10:00-12:00
  Session 1: Power Management
                      Session Chair: Tarek El-Ghazawi
Exploring the Energy-Time Tradeoff in MPI Programs on a Power-Scalable=20
Cluster
Vincent Freeh, David Lowenthal, Rob Springer, Feng Pan, Nandani Kappiah

Software-Directed Disk Power Management for Scientific Applications
Seung Woo Son, Mahmut Kandemir, Alok Choudhary

Exploiting Barriers to Optimize Power Consumption of CMPs
Chun Liu, Anand Sivasubramaniam, Mahmut Kandemir, Mary Jane Irwin

Power Saving in Regular Interconnection Networks Built with High-Degree=20
Switches
Marina Alonso, Juan-Miguel Martinez, Vicente Santonja, Pedro Lopez, Jose=20
Duato

Dynamic Power-Aware Scheduling Algorithms for Real-Time Task Sets with=20
Fault-Tolerance in Parallel and Distributed Computing Environment
Jian-Jun Han, Qing-Hua Li
Session 2: Numerical and Out-of-Core Algorithms
                      Session Chair: Pavlos Spirakis

Prioritized Multiplicative Schwarz Procedures for Solutions to General=20
Linear Systems
David Wingate, Nathaniel Powell, Quinn Snell, Kevin Seppi

Fast and Scalable Parallel Matrix Computations on Distributed Memory=20
Systems
Keqin Li

Fast All Nearest Neighbor Algorithms from Image Processing Perspective
Yuh-Rau Wang,Shi-Jinn Horng, Hung-Chang Chan

Out-of-core and pipeline techniques for wavefront algorithms
Eddy Caron, Frederic Desprez, Frederic Suter

PDM Sorting Algorithms that Take a Small Number of Passes
Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, Sandeep Sen
Session 3: Grids, Web Services, and Component Architectures
                      Session Chair: Erik Dirkx

Exploiting WSRF and WSRF.NET for Remote Job Execution in Grid Environment=
s
Glenn Wasson, Marty Humphrey

SPHINX: A fault-tolerant system for scheduling in dynamic grid=20
environments
Jang-uk In, Paul Avery, Richard Cavanaugh, Laukik Chitnis, Mandar=20
Kulkarni, Sanjay Ranka

Fault-tolerance, Malleability and Migration for Divide-and-Conquer=20
Applications on the Grid
Gosia Wrzesinska, Rob van Nieuwpoort, Jason Maassen, Henri Bal

Self-Managing Sensor-based Middleware for Performance Monitoring & Data=20
Integration in Grids
Hong-Linh Truong, Thomas Fahringer

On the Optimal Placement of Secure Data Objects over Internet
Manghui Tu
Session 4: Algorithms and Load Balancing
                      Session Chair: Craig Lee

Highly Parallel Algorithms for the Numerical Simulation of Unsteady=20
Diffusion Processes
Yu Zhuang, Xian-He Sun

A Distributed Chained Lin-Kernighan Algorithm for TSP Problems
Thomas Fischer, Peter Merz

A Load Balancing Method for a Parallel Application Based on a Domain=20
Decomposition
Christophe Denis, Jean Paul Boufflet, Breitkopf Piotr

A study of various load information exchange mechanisms for a distributed=
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application using dynamic scheduling
Abdou Guermouche, Jean-Yves L'Excellent

Functionality Distribution for Parallel Rendering
Ramgopal Rajagopalan, Dhrubajyoti Goswami, Sudhir Mudur

12:00-1:30
  Lunch
Sessions 5-8
1:30-3:30
  Session 5: Micro-architecture of Processors
                      Session Chair: Ali Hurson
Inherently Workload-Balanced Clustered Microarchitecture
Jaume Abella, Antonio Gonzalez

Effective Instruction Prefetching via Fetch Prestaging
Ayose Falc=F3n, Alex Ramirez, Mateo Valero

Control-Flow Independence Reuse via Dynamic Vectorization
Alex Pajuelo, Antonio Gonzalez, Mateo Valero

Dependency Chain based Clustered Microarchitecture
Satish Narayanasamy, Hong Wang, Perry Wang, John Shen, Brad Calder

Enhanced Parallel Processing in Wide Registers
Joan Mitchell, Arianne Hinds
Session 6: Algorithms
                      Session Chair: Christophe Cerin

Asynchronous Complete Distributed Garbage Collection
Lu=EDs Veiga, Paulo Ferreira

Wait-Free Reference Counting and Memory Management
Hakan Sundell

A Parallel Algorithm for Correlating Event Streams
Daniel Zimmerman, K. Chandy

A Fast Fuzzy-based (?,=A6=C1)-Fair Rate Allocation Algorithm
Pejman Goudarzi

Provable Algorithms for Parallel Sweep Scheduling on Unstructured Meshes
V.S. Anil Kumar, Madhav Marathe, Srinivasan Parthasarathy, Aravind=20
Srinivasan, Sibylle Zust
Session 7: Scheduling and Load Balancing
                       Session Chair: Antony Maciejewski

Scheduling Algorithms for Effective Thread Pairing on Hybrid=20
Multiprocessors
Robert McGregor, Christos Antonopoulos, Dimitrios Nikolopoulos

Practical Performance Model For Optimizing Dynamic Load Balancing of=20
Adaptive Applications
Kevin Barker, Nikos Chrisochoides

Self-Adaptive Scheduler Parameterization via Online Simulation
Barry Lawson, Evgenia Smirni

Practical Divisible Load Scheduling on Grid Platforms with APST-DV
Krijn van der Raadt, Yang Yang, Henri Casanova

Comparing the Performance of High-Level Middleware Systems in Shared and=20
Distributed Memory Parallel Environments
Jik-Soo Kim, Henrique Andrade, Alan Sussman
Session 8: Computational Challenges
                       Session Chair: Behrooz Shirazi

Performance Implications of Hyperthreading and Virtualization on Grid=20
Enabled High Energy Physics Applications
Laura Gilbert, Saeed Iqbal, Ronald Pepper, Onur Celebioglu, Jenwei Hsieh,=
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Jeff Tseng, Rhys Newman, Mark Cobban

Parallelizing a Defect Detection and Categorization Application
Leo Glimcher, Gagan Agrawal, Sameep Mehta, Ruoming Jin, Raghu Machiraju

A Neural Network Based Predictive Mechanism for Available Bandwidth
Alaknantha Eswaradass, Xian-He Sun, Ming Wu

Adaptive Simulation: Dynamic Data Driven Application in Geophysical Mass=20
Flows
Matthew Jones, Abani Patra, Keith Dalbey, E. Bruce Pitman, Andrew Bauer

Power and Energy of Scientific Applications on Distributed System
Kirk Cameron, Rong Ge, Xizhou Feng

3:30-4:00
  Break
Panel 1
4:00-6:00
  The Future of High-End Computing: Standing on One Another=92s Feet?
Moderator:
Daniel A. Reed
Renaissance Computing Institute
University of North Carolina
North Carolina State University
Duke University

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



WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6th, 2005
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Plenary Session
8:30-9:30
  Keynote Speaker: Eric Kronstadt, IBM Research
Peta-Scale Computing
9:30-10:00
  Break
Plenary Session
10:00-12:00


  Plenary Session: Best Papers
                                   Session Chair: Jean-Luc Gaudiot
Fractal: A Mobile Code Based Framework for Dynamic Application Protocol=20
Adaptation in Pervasive Computing
Weisong Shi, Hanping Lufei

Data Redistribution and Remote Method Invocation in Parallel Component=20
Architectures
Felipe Bertrand, David Bernholdt, Randall Bramley, Kostadin Damevski,=20
James Kohl, Jay Larson, Alan Sussman

LAD: Localization Anomaly Detection for Wireless Sensor Networks
Wenliang Du, Lei Fang, Peng Ning

A Memory-Effective Routing Strategy for Regular Interconnection Networks
Maria Engracia Gomez, Pedro Lopez, Jose Duato

12:00-1:30
  Lunch
Sessions 9-12
1:30-3:30
  Session 9: Shared Memory Architectures
                      Session Chair: Jose Rolim
Cache Miss Characterization and Data Locality Optimization for Imperfectl=
y=20
Nested Loops on Shared Memory Multiprocessors
Ponnuswamy Sadayappan

Runtime Empirical Selection of Loop Schedulers on Hyperthreaded SMPs
M.J. Voss

A Cost-Effective Main Memory Organization for Future Servers
Magnus Ekman, Per Stenstrom

An Experimental Study of Parallel Biconnected Components Algorithms on=20
Symmetric Multiprocessors (SMPs)
Guojing Cong, David Bader
Session 10: Scheduling and Load Balancing
                         Session Chair: Sanjay Rajopadhye

A Distributed Procedure for Bandwidth-Centric Scheduling of=20
Independent-task Applications
Cyril Banino

A realistic network/application model for scheduling divisible loads on=20
large-scale platforms
Loris Marchal, Yang Yang, Henri Casanova, Yves Robert

Supporting Load Balancing and Efficient Reorganization During System=20
Scaling
Feng Zhu, Xiaowei Sun, Betty Salzberg, Svein-Olaf Hvasshovd

Distributed Scheduling of Parallel I/O in the Presence of Data Replicatio=
n
Jan-Jan Wu, Pangfeng Liu

PROC : Process ReOrdering-based Coscheduling on Workstation Clusters
Jung-Lok Yu, Driss Azougagh, Seung Ryoul Maeng, Jinsoo Kim
Session 11: Compilation and Program Development Frameworks
                         Session Chair: Sotiris Nikoletseas

A Compiler and Runtime Infrastructure for Automatic Program Distribution
Roxana Diaconescu

Fast Address Translation Techniques for Distributed Shared Memory=20
Compilers
Francois Cantonnet, Tarek El-Ghazawi, Pascal Lorenz, Jaafar Gaber

Impact of Compiler-based Data-Prefetching Techniques on SPEC OMP=20
Application Performance
Xinmin Tian

Automatic Support for Irregular Computations in a High-Level Language
Jimmy Su, Katherine Yelick

Building on a Framework: Using FG for More Flexibility and Improved=20
Performance in Parallel Programs
Elena Davidson, Thomas Cormen
Session 12: Decentralized and Peer-to-Peer Systems
                         Session Chair: Tony Drummond

Making Search Efficient on Gnutella-like P2P Systems
Yingwu Zhu

Coordinated Media Streaming and Transcoding in Peer-to-Peer Systems
Vana Kalogeraki, Fang Chen, Thomas Repantis

PReCinCt: An Energy Efficient Data Retrieval Scheme for Mobile=20
Peer-to-Peer Networks
Mary Suchitha Joseph, Huaping Shen, Mohan Kumar, Sajal Das

An Efficient Topology-Adaptive Membership Protocol for Large-Scale=20
Cluster-Based Services
Jingyu Zhou

GUARD: Gossip Used for Autonomous Resource Detection
Sagnik Nandy, Larry Carter, Jeanne Ferrante

3:30-4:00
  Break
Sessions 13-16
4:00-6:00
  Session 13: Hypercubes and Optical Interconnects
                         Session Chair: Sanguthevar Rajasekaran
Fault-hamiltonicity of hypercube-like interconnection networks
Jung-Heum Park, Hee-Chul Kim, Hyeong-Seok Lim

Rapidly Mixing Random Walks on Hypercubes with Application to Dynamic Tre=
e=20
Evolution
Keqin Li

Dynamic RWA Based on the Combination of Mobile Agents Technique and=20
Genetic Algorithm in WDM Networks with Sparse Wavelength Conversion
Vinh Trong Le, Jiang Xiaohong, Ngo Hong Son, Susumu Horiguchi

Bootstrapping Free-Space Optical Networks
Fang Liu, Uzi Vishkin, Stuart Milner

Continuous Search in the Hypercube for Capturing an Intruder
Paola Flocchini, Miao Jun Huang, Flaminia L. Luccio
Session 14: Scheduling for Heterogeneous, Internet, and Grid Computing
                         Session Chair: Joseph JaJa

Dynamic Mapping in Energy Constarined Heterogeneous Computing Systems
Jong-Kook Kim, Howard Siegel, Tony Maciejewski, Rudolf Eigenmann

MaTCH : Mapping Heterogenous Tasks on a Heterogeneous Computing Platform=20
using the Cross-Entropy Heuristic
Soumya Sanyal, Sajal Das

Trusted Job Scheduling in Open Computational Grids: Security-Driven=20
Heuristics and A Fast Genetic Algorithm
Shanshan Song, Yu-Kwong Kwok, Kai Hwang

GridIS: An Incentive-based Grid Scheduling
Lijuan Xiao, Yanmin Zhu, Lionel Ni, Zhiwei Xu

On Scheduling Complex Dags for Internet-Based Computing
Grzegorz Malewicz, Arnold L. Rosenberg, Matthew Yurkewych
Session 15: Networks and Protocols
                         Session Chair: Sushil Prasad

A Mutual Anonymous Peer-to-peer Protocol Design
Jinsong Han, Yunhao Liu, Li Xiao, Lionel Ni

Modeling and Taming Parallel TCP on the Wide Area Network
Dong Lu, Yi Qiao, Peter Dinda, Fabian Bustamante

Adaptive Resource Utilization via Feedback Control for Streaming=20
Applications
Hasnain Mandviwala, Nissim Harel, Umakishore Ramachandran, Kathleen Knobe

Evaluation of Rate-based Adaptivity in Joining Asynchronous Data Streams
Beth Plale, Nithya Vijayakumar

Improving Middleware Performance with AdOC: an Adaptive Online Compressio=
n=20
Library for Data Transfer
Emmanuel Jeannot
Session 16: Databases
                         Session Chair: Viktor Prasanna

Efficiently Processing Query-Intensive Databases on Non-dedicated Local=20
Network
Pedro Furtado

Efficient Data Access for Parallel BLAST
Heshan Lin, Xiaosong Ma, Praveen Chandramohan, Al Geist, Nagiza Samatova

Banquet
6:30
  Speaker: Yale Patt, University of Texas at Austin
A Unifying Theory of Distributed Processing



THURSDAY, APRIL 7th, 2005
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Plenary Session
8:30-9:30
  Keynote Speaker:
Guang Gao, University of Delaware
Sustained Petaflop and Beyond: Can Parallel Computing Systems Meet The=20
Challenges?
9:30-10:00
  Break
Commercial Track
10:00-12:00
  Please return shortly for details
12:00-1:30
  Lunch
Sessions 17-20
1:30-3:30
  Session 17: Interconnects and Broadcasting
                         Session Chair: Jie Wu
Tight Bounds for Wavelength Assignment on Trees of Rings
Zhengbing Bian, Qianping Gu, Xiao Zhou

Broadcast Trees for Heterogeneous Platforms
Olivier Beaumont, Loris Marchal, Yves Robert

On Constructing k-Connected k-Dominating Set in Wireless Networks
Fei Dai, Jie Wu

Energy Efficient Multi-Hop Polling in Clusters of Two-Layered=20
Heterogeneous Sensor Networks
Zhenghao Zhang, Ming Ma, Yuanyuan Yang

Optimal Oblivious Path Selection on the Mesh
Malik Magdon-Ismail, Costas Busch, Jing Xi
Session 18: Scheduling and Resource Allocation
                         Session Chair: Ralph Castain

Improving and Stabilizing Parallel Computer Performance Using Adaptive=20
Scheduling
David Talby, Dror G. Feitelson

Improving Performance of Large Jobs By Limited Time-Sharing
Su-Hui Chiang

Message Scheduling for All-to-all Personalized Communication on Ethernet=20
Switched Clusters
Ahmad Faraj, Xin Yuan

Desynchronized Pfair Scheduling on Multiprocessors
UmaMaheswari Devi, Jim Anderson

A Powerful Direct Mechanism for Optimal WWW Content Replication
Samee Khan
Session 19: Performance Analysis and Modeling
                         Session Chair: Fr=E9d=E9ric Vivien

Automatic Construction and Evaluation of Performance Skeletons
Sukhdeep Sodhi, Jaspal Subhlok

Assessing the US Supercomputing Strategy: An Application Study using=20
IMPACT3D
Daniel Chavarria, Guohua Jin, John Mellor-Crummey

Adaptive Mesh Refinement in Titanium
Tong Wen, Phillip Colella

An Empirical Study On the Vectorization of Multimedia Applications for=20
Multimedia Extensions
Gang Ren, Peng Wu, D. Padua

User Transparent Parallel Processing of the 2004 NIST TRECVID Data Set
Frank Seinstra, Cees Snoek, Dennis Koelma, Jan-Mark Geusebroek, Marcel=20
Worring
Session 20: Tools and Middleware
                         Session Chair: Alexey Kalinov

Enhancing Availability of Grid Computational Services to Ubiquitous=20
Computing Applications
Nirmalya Roy, Kalyan Basu, Mohan Kumar, Sajal Das

Increasing the Performance of CDNs Using Replication and Caching: A Hybri=
d=20
Approach
Spiridon Bakiras, Thanasis Loukopoulos

QoS Aware Job Scheduling in a Cluster-based Web Server for Multimedia=20
Applications
Jiani Guo, Laxmi Bhuyan

A Framework to Support Survivable Web Services
Wei Li

Distributed Data Streams Indexing using Content-based Routing Paradigm
Ahmet Bulut, Roman Vitenberg, Ambuj Singh

3:30-4:00
  Break
Sessions 21-24
4:00-6:00
  Session 21: Enhancing MPI
                         Session Chair: Dhabaleswar Panda
Design and Implementation of Open MPI over Quadrics/Elan4
Weikuan Yu

A Hardware Acceleration Unit for MPI Queue Processing
Keith Underwood, Karl Hemmert, Ron Brightwell, Arun Rodriques, Richard=20
Murphy

Impact of Event Logger on Causal Message Logging Protocols for Fault=20
Tolerant MPI
Aurelien Bouteiller, Pierre Lemarinier, Franck Cappello, Thomas Herault
Session 22: Interconnection Networks
                         Session Chair: Charles Weems

Switch Design to Enable Predictive Multiplexed Switching
Zhu Ding, Ray Hoare, Alex Jones, Dan Li, Shou-Kuo Shao, Shen-Chien Tung,=20
Jiang Zheng, Rami Melhem

Siamese-Twin: A Dynamically Fault-tolerant Fat-tree
Frank Olaf Sem-Jacobsen, Tor Skeie, Olav Lysne, Ola Torudbakken, Eivind=20
Rongved, Bj=F8rm Johnsen

In-Order Packet Delivery in Interconnection Networks using Adaptive=20
Routing
Juan Mart=EDnez, Jose Flich, Antonio Robles, Pedro Lopez, Jose Duato,=20
Michihiro Koibuchi
Session 23: Peer-to-Peer Architectures and Security
                         Session Chair: Minyi Guo

To Unify Structured and Unstructured P2P Systems
Honghao Wang, Yingwu Zhu, Yiming Hu

Securely Replicated Web Documents
Bogdan Popescu, Sacha Fosse-Parisis, Maarten van Steen, Bruno Crispo,=20
Andrew Tanenbaum, Ihor Kuz

Security Enhancement in InfiniBand Architecture
Manhee Lee, Eun Jung Kim, Mazin Yousif

XChange: A Distributed Protocol for Electronic Fair-Exchange
Mudhakar Srivatsa
Session 24: Performance Analysis and Assessment
                         Session Chair: Eddy Caron

Characterizing Secure Dynamic Web Applications Scalability
Jordi Guitart, Vicen?Beltran, David Carrera, Jordi Torres, Eduard Ayguade

NUMA-Aware Java Heaps for Server Applications
Mustafa Tikir, Jeffrey Hollingsworth

Processor Virtualization as a Mechanism for Providing Latency Tolerance t=
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Grid Computing Applications
Gregory Koenig, Laxmikant Kale

An Application Analysis Framework for Polymorphic Chip Multiprocessors
Ayodele Thomas, Kunle Olukotun

Optimizing NANOS OpenMP for the IBM Cyclops Multithreaded Architecture
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