The Thirteenth International

HCW 2004  Call for Papers
 

http://graal.ens-lyon.fr/hcw2004

To be held in
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, April 26, 2004
in conjunction with IPDPS 2004


Sponsored by:
U.S. Office of Naval Research Logo INRIA
INRIA
IEEE Computer Society,
through the
Technical Committee on Parallel Processing 
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Previous Workshops

HCW'2004 - Advance Program

8h - 8h10: Opening session
Session chair: Viktor Prasanna, University of Southern California.

8h10 - 9h10: Keynote Talk

  • IQ-Services: Resource-Aware Middleware for Heterogeneous Applications by Karsten Schwan, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.

9h10 - 10h10: Session: Resource management
Session chair: Yves Robert, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon.

  • Metainformation and Workflow Management for Solving Complex Problems in Grid Environments by Han Yu, Xin Bai, Guoqiang Wang, Yongchang Ji and Dan Marinescu, University of Central Florida, USA.


  • Application of Lagrangian Receding Horizon Techniques to Resource Management in Ad Hoc Grid Environments by Ralph Castain, William Saylor and H.J. Siegel, Colorado State University, USA.


  • Evaluation of an Unfair Decider Mechanism for the Self-Tuning dynP Job Scheduler by Achim Streit, Paderborn University, Germany.


10h10 - 10h40h: Break


10h40h - 12h00: Session: Scheduling
Session chair: Alexey Lastovetsky, University College, Dublin.

  • A High Performance, Low Complexity Algorithm for Compile-Time Task Scheduling in Heterogeneous Systems by Tarek Hagras and Jan Janecek, Czech Techical University, Prague, Czech Republic.


  • A Hybrid Heuristic for DAG Scheduling on Heterogeneous Systems by Henan Zhao and Rizos Sakellariou, University of Manchester, UK.


  • Static Mapping of Subtasks in a Heterogeneous Ad Hoc Grid Environment by Sameer Shivle, Ralph Castain, H.J. Siegel, et al., Colorado State University, USA.

  • A Comparison of Static QoS-based Scheduling Heuristics for a Meta-Task with Multiple QoS Dimensions in Heterogeneous Computing by Kavitha Golconda, Ohio State University, USA, Fuesun ÷zgŁener and Atakan Dogan, Anadolu University, Turkey.

12h00 - 1h30: Lunch


1h30 - 2h30: Session: Application performance
Session chair: Dan Marinescu, University of Central Florida.

  • Multisite Task Scheduling on Distributed Computing Grid by Weizhe Zhang and Mingzeng Hu, Harbin Institute of Technology, China.

  • Latency Tolerance Through Parallelization of Time in Scientific Applications by Ashok Srinivasan and Namas Chandra, Florida State University, USA.

  • Improving Performance of Java Applications Using a Coprocessor by Feihui Li and Mahmut Kandemir, Pennsylvania State University, USA.


2h30 - 3h00: Break


3h00 - 4h20: Session: Middleware
Session chair: John Morrison, University College, Cork.

  • Performance and Client Heterogeneity in Service-based Metacomputing by Tomasz Wrzosek, Dawid Kurzyniec and Vaidy Sunderam, Emory University, Atlanta, USA.

  • Automatic Deployment for Hierarchical Network Enabled Server by Eddy Caron, Pushpinder Kaur Chouhan and Arnaud Legrand, …cole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France.

  • Performance Improvement in Web Services Invocation Framework by Roberto Podesta and Mauro Migliardi, University of Genoa, Italy.

  • Supporting Heterogeneous Middleware Security by Simon Foley, Thomas Quillinan, Maeve O'Connor, Barry Mulcahy and John Morrison, University College Cork, Ireland.


4h20 - 4h40: Break


4h40 - 6h00: Session: Algorithms and models
Session chair: H.J. Siegel, Colorado State University.

  • Data Partitioning with a Realistic Performance Model of Networks of Heterogeneous Computers by Alexey Lastovetsky and Ravi Reddy, University College Dublin, Ireland.

  • Parallel Implementation of Strassen's Matrix Multiplication Algorithm for Heterogeneous Clusters by Yuhsuke Ohtaki, Daisuke Takahashi, Taisuke Boku and Mitsuhisa Sato, University of Tsukuba, Japan.

  • An Execution-Time Estimation Model for Heterogeneous Clusters by Yoshinori Kishimoto and Shuichi Ichikawa, Toyohashi University, Japan.

  • Capabilities-Based Query Planning in Mediator Systems by Jiu-Yang Tang, Wei-Ming Zhang, Jun-Feng Song and Wei-Dong Xiao, National University of Defense Technology, China.