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Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Systems: Testing and Debugging (PADTAD 2005), CFP

http://www.haifa.il.ibm.com/Workshops/PADTAD2005/

Scope

The workshop is a full-day event at IPDPS 2005 focusing on techniques
and systems that aid in debugging and testing of
multi-threaded/parallel/distributed (MPD)applications systems. The
workshop has a practical and applied emphasis on systems that have
been implemented in (at least) prototype form. This workshop
concentrates on works whose main contributions are in the field of
testing and debugging.

Of special interest are contributions that combine a number of
technologies. Works with contribution in testing but with a primary
impact in other fields (e.g., high-level programming languages,
performance modeling)) should be submitted to other workshops at
IPDPS.

Although debuggers and profilers are the traditional examples of these
tools on sequential machines, there are issues unique to MPD systems
that are not commonly addressed. For example, deadlock, load
imbalance, data sharing patterns, race conditions, and contention are
important problems. In order to find some classes of bugs in MPD
applications, specific timing conditions are required. As a result,
timing bugs are found very late in the testing process or by the end
users. Many established testing techniques and tools are insufficient
for non-sequential programs.

Topics of interest to the workshop include, but are not limited to: 
Tools for testing or debugging of MPD applications 
Interactions between memory models and testing 
Test generation algorithms for MPD applications 
Debugging advanced network interface technologies (e.g., Myrinet, VIA)
Debugging and testing MPD applications 
Using static analysis or formal verification to enhance debugging and
testing of MPD applications
Detecting race conditions and deadlocks 
Debugging and replay of MPD applications 
Finding timing bugs early in the process 
Testing real-time MPD applications 
Fault injection of MPD applications 
Testing the fault tolerance of MPD applications 
Testing and debugging techniques for timing related bugs in hardware 
Pilots in applying new testing techiniques to MPD applications

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