High Performance Computing: 5th International Symposium, by Jack Dongarra (auth.), Alex Veidenbaum, Kazuki Joe, Hideharu

By Jack Dongarra (auth.), Alex Veidenbaum, Kazuki Joe, Hideharu Amano, Hideo Aiso (eds.)

The fifth overseas Symposium on excessive functionality Computing (ISHPC–V) used to be held in Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan, October 20–22, 2003. The symposium used to be thoughtfully deliberate, geared up, and supported by means of the ISHPC Organizing C- mittee and its participating enterprises. The ISHPC-V software incorporated keynote speeches, numerous invited talks, panel discussions, and technical periods protecting theoretical and utilized learn issues in high–performance computing and representing either academia and undefined. one of many general periods highlighted the examine result of the ITBL undertaking (IT–based study laboratory, http://www.itbl.riken.go.jp/). ITBL is a jap nationwide undertaking all started in 2001 with the target of re- izing a digital joint study atmosphere utilizing info know-how. ITBL goals to attach a hundred supercomputers positioned in major jap scienti?c examine laboratories through high–speed networks. a complete of fifty eight technical contributions from eleven nations have been submitted to ISHPC-V. every one paper got no less than 3 peer experiences. After a radical evaluate method, this system committee chosen 14 normal (12-page) papers for presentation on the symposium. furthermore, a number of different papers with fav- capable experiences have been suggested for a poster consultation presentation. also they are incorporated within the lawsuits as brief (8-page) papers. Theprogramcommitteegaveadistinguishedpaperawardandabeststudent paper award to 2 of the typical papers. the celebrated paper award was once given for “Code and knowledge alterations for bettering Shared Cache P- formance on SMT Processors” by means of Dimitrios S. Nikolopoulos. the simplest scholar paper award was once given for “Improving reminiscence Latency acutely aware Fetch guidelines for SMT Processors” by means of Francisco J. Cazorla.

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