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a Applied Parallel Computing. New Paradigms for HPC in Industry and Academia
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b 5th International Workshop, PARA 2000 Bergen, Norway, June 1820, 2000 Proceedings
c edited by Tor Sorevik, Fredrik Manne, Randi Moe, Assefaw H. Gebremedhin

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a Speaker Information  Industrial Applications: Challenges in Modeling and Computing  Data Grids for Next Generation Problems in Science and Engineering  HighPerformance Computers: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow  The Evolution of OpenMP  JavaGrande— High Performance Computing with Java  Ocean and Climate Prediction on Parallel Super Computers  LAWRA Linear Algebra with Recursive Algorithms  Solving CFD Problems with Open Source Parallel Libraries  HighPerformance Library Software for QR Factorization  Parallel Triangular SylvesterType Matrix Equation Solvers for SMP Systems Using Recursive Blocking  On the Efficiency of Scheduling Algorithms for Parallel Gaussian Elimination with Communication Delays  High Performance Cholesky Factorization via Blocking and Recursion That Uses Minimal Storage  Parallel TwoStage Reduction of a Regular Matrix Pair to HessenbergTriangular Form  A Fast Minimal Storage Symmetric Indefinite Solver 

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a A Scalable Parallel Assembly for Irregular Meshes Based on a Block Distribution for a Parallel Block Direct Solver  MUMPS: A General Purpose Distributed Memory Sparse Solver  Runtime Adaptation of an Iterative Linear System Solution to Distributed Environments  A Local Refinement Algorithm for Data Partitioning  Feedback Guided Scheduling of Nested Loops  A Comparison of Partitioning Schemes for Blockwise Parallel SAMR Algorithms  Parallelizing an Adaptive Dynamical Grid Generator in a Climatological Trace Gas Transport Application  Optimal Parameter Values for a Parallel Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Algorithm  Partition of Unstructured Finite Element Meshes by a Multilevel Approach  GRISK: An Internet Based Search for KOptimal Lattice Rules  Parallel and Distributed Document Overlap Detection on the Web  AParallel Implementation of a Job Shop Scheduling Heuristic  Restructuring Irregular Computations for Distributed Systems Using Mobile Agents 

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a An Information System for LongDistance Cooperation in Medicine  Hydra  Decentralized and Adaptative Approach to Distributed Computing  ObjectOriented Approach to Finite Element Modeling on Clusters  An Object Oriented Framework for Parallel Multiple Optimizations  Experiments in Separating Computational Algorithm from Program Distribution and Communication  Performance Tuning on Parallel Systems: All Problems Solved?  Performance Measurement Support for MPI Applications with PATOP  A Parallel Volume Visualization Using Extended Space Leaping Method  HandsOn Training for Undergraduates in HighPerformance Computing Using Java  A Parallel 3D FFT Algorithm on Clusters of Vector SMPs  HighEnd Computing on SHV Workstations Connected with High Performance Network  From the Big Bang to Massive Data Flow: Parallel Computing in High Energy Physics Experiments  A Data Parallel Formulation of the BarnesHut Method for NBody Simulations 

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a ParT: A Parallel Relativistic Fully 3D Electromagnetic ParticleinCell Code  Evaluation of MPI’s OneSided Communication Mechanism for ShortRange Molecular Dynamics on the Origin2000  Ship Hull Hydrodynamic Analysis Using Distributed Shared Memory  Domain Decomposition Solvers for Large Scale Industrial Finite Element Problems  A High Parallel Procedure to Initialize the Output Weights of a Radial Basis Function or BP Neural Network  HighPerformance Computing in Geomechanics by a Parallel Finite Element Approach

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a Software engineering

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a Mathematics of Computing

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a Computer science / Mathematics

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a Computer System Implementation

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a Applied Dynamical Systems

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a Software Engineering

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a Algorithms

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a Computer networks

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a Nonlinear theories

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a The papers in this volume were presented at PARA 2000, the Fifth International Workshop on Applied Parallel Computing. PARA 2000 was held in Bergen, Norway, June 1821, 2000. The workshop was organized by Parallab and the Department of Informatics at the University of Bergen. The general theme for PARA 2000 was New paradigms for HPC in industry and academia focusing on: { Highperformance computing applications in academia and industry, { The use of Java in highperformance computing, { Grid and Meta computing, { Directions in highperformance computing and networking, { Education in Computational Science. The workshop included 9 invited presentations and 39 contributed pres tations. The PARA 2000 meeting began with a oneday tutorial on OpenMP programming led by Timothy Mattson. This was followed by a threeday wor hop. The rst three PARA workshops were held at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Lyngby (1994, 1995, and 1996). Following PARA’96, an  ternational steering committee for the PARA meetings was appointed and the committee decided that a workshop should take place every second year in one of the Nordic countries. The 1998 workshop was held at Ume a University, Sweden. One important aim of these workshops is to strengthen the ties between HPC centers, academia, and industry in the Nordic countries as well as worldwide. The University of Bergen organized the 2000 workshop and the next workshop in the year 2002 will take place at the Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland
