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[TCPP-announce] Special Issue on "Performance Modeling and Evaluation of High-Performance Parallel and Distributed Systems #2

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CALL FOR PAPERS

Special Issue on
Performance Modeling and Evaluation of High-Performance Parallel and 
Distributed Systems
To appear in Performance Evaluation: An International Journal

http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/people/personal/mohamed/si-pe.html


The world�s unfulfilled appetite for high computation power, supported by 
advances in VLSI and communications technology as
well as algorithms, has led to the rapid deployment of a wide range of 
parallel and distributed systems. Many factors affect the
performance of these systems, including the processors and hardware 
architecture, the communication network, the various system
software components, and the mapping of end-user applications and their 
algorithms to the architecture. Analyzing performance
factors in such systems has proven to be a challenging task that requires 
the innovative performance analysis tools and methods
to keep up with the rapid evolution and ever increasing complexity of such 
systems. Along the line of three major evaluation
techniques: measurement, analytic modeling and simulation, this special 
issue will cover various topics on quantitative modeling,
simulation and measurement/testing of parallel and distributed systems. The 
topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

� Integrated performance tool environments
� Analytical modeling
� Performance measurement and monitoring
� Performance tuning and testing
� Performance metrics
� Innovative and parallel simulation techniques and tools
� Performance predictions
� Workload characterization and traffic modeling
� Performance of memory systems
� I/O Interconnects
� Performance of communication networks
� Performance-directed system design
� Performance implications of parallel and distributed systems
� Case studies of in-depth performance analysis on existing systems
� System case studies showing the role of performance tools in the design 
of systems
� Educational performance tools for parallel and distributed systems


SUBMISSION DETAILS:
Prospective authors are invited to submit their original and previously 
unpublished papers to any one of the guest editors by December 1, 2003.
The authors are encouraged to submit by e-mail an electronic copy of the 
paper in pdf or ps format. If electronic submission is not possible,
six hard copies of the manuscript should be submitted. Contributed papers 
may not exceed 25 double-spaced pages including all figures and illustrations.
The first page of the submission should include the title, the names and 
affiliations of the authors, including complete postal and e-mail addresses,
telephone, and fax numbers, a 150-word abstract, and 5-7 index terms 
(keywords). Submitted papers will undergo the standard review procedures of
the journal of Performance Evaluation.


IMPORTANT DATES:
� Submission Deadline: December 1, 2003
� Author Notification: March 1, 2004
� Final Manuscript: June 1, 2004
� Tentative Publication Date: Late 2004


SPECIAL ISSUE GUEST EDITORS:
M. Ould-Khaoua
Department of Computing Science
University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8RZ, United Kingdom
e-mail: mohamed@dcs.gla.ac.uk

H. Sarbazi-Azad
Department of Computer Engineering
Sharif University of Technology
Tehran, Iran
e-mail: azad@sharif.edu

M. S. Obaidat
Department of Computer Science
Monmouth University
West Long Branch, NJ 07764, USA
e-mail: obaidat@monmouth.edu
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