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Computing in Object-Oriented Parallel Environments [electronic resource] :Second International Symposium, ISCOPE 98 Santa Fe, NM, USA, December 8–11, 1998 Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Caromel, Denis [editor.] | Oldehoeft, Rodney R [editor.] | Tholburn, Marydell [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1505Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 1998.Description: XI, 242 p. 97 illus., 26 illus. in color. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540493723.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer logic | Computer science -- Mathematics | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Logics and Meanings of Programs | Mathematics of ComputingOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Regular Papers -- Object-Oriented Approach for an Iterative Calculation Method and Its Parallelization with Domain Decomposition Method -- An Object-Oriented Time Warp Simulation Kernel -- Particle Beam Dynamics Simulations Using the POOMA Framework -- An Evaluation of Java for Numerical Computing -- High-Level Parallel Programming of an Adaptive Mesh Application Using the Illinois Concert System -- The Matrix Template Library: A Generic Programming Approach to High Performance Numerical Linear Algebra -- The Mobile Object Layer: A Run-Time Substrate for Mobile Adaptive Computations -- Software Tools for Partitioning Block-Structured Applications -- An Object-Oriented Collection of Minimum Degree Algorithms -- Optimizing Transformations of Stencil Operations for Parallel Object-Oriented Scientific Frameworks on Cache-Based Architectures -- Short Papers -- Merging Web-Based with Cluster-Based Computing -- Dynamic Reconfiguration and Virtual Machine Management in the Harness Metacomputing System -- JEM-DOOS: The Java/RMI Based Distributed Objects Operating System of the JEM Project -- Static Networks: A Powerful and Elegant Extension to Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages -- A FIFO Queue Class Library as a State Variable of Time Warp Logical Processes -- ?Profiler: Profiling User-Level Threads in a Shared-Memory Programming Environment -- Evaluating a Multithreaded Runtime System for Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages -- Object-Oriented Run-Time Support for Data-Parallel Applications -- Component Architecture of the Tecolote Framework -- Parallel Object Oriented Monte Carlo Simulations -- A Parallel, Object-Oriented Implementation of the Dynamic Recursion Method -- Object-Oriented Design for Sparse Direct Solvers -- Janus: A C++ Template Library for Parallel Dynamic Mesh Applications -- Arrays in Blitz++ -- Array Design and Expression Evaluation in POOMA II.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This volume contains the Proceedings of the International Symposium on C- puting in Object-Oriented Parallel Environments (ISCOPE ’98), held at Santa 1 Fe, New Mexico, USA on December 8{11, 1998. ISCOPE is in its second year, and continues to grow both in attendance and in the diversity of the subjects covered. ISCOPE’97 and its predecessor conferences focused more narrowly on scienti c computing in the high-performance arena. ISCOPE ’98 retains this emphasis, but has broadened to include discrete-event simulation, mobile c- puting, and web-based metacomputing. The ISCOPE ’98 Program Committee received 39 submissions, and acc- ted 10 (26%) as Regular Papers, based on their excellent content, maturity of development, and likelihood for widespread interest. These 10 are divided into three technical categories. Applications: The rst paper describes an approach to simulating advanced nuclear power reactor designs that incorporates multiple local solution - thods and a natural extension to parallel execution. The second paper disc- ses a Time Warp simulation kernel that is highly con gurable and portable. The third gives an account of the development of software for simulating high-intensity charged particle beams in linear particle accelerators, based on the POOMA framework, that shows performance considerably better than an HPF version, along with good parallel speedup.
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Regular Papers -- Object-Oriented Approach for an Iterative Calculation Method and Its Parallelization with Domain Decomposition Method -- An Object-Oriented Time Warp Simulation Kernel -- Particle Beam Dynamics Simulations Using the POOMA Framework -- An Evaluation of Java for Numerical Computing -- High-Level Parallel Programming of an Adaptive Mesh Application Using the Illinois Concert System -- The Matrix Template Library: A Generic Programming Approach to High Performance Numerical Linear Algebra -- The Mobile Object Layer: A Run-Time Substrate for Mobile Adaptive Computations -- Software Tools for Partitioning Block-Structured Applications -- An Object-Oriented Collection of Minimum Degree Algorithms -- Optimizing Transformations of Stencil Operations for Parallel Object-Oriented Scientific Frameworks on Cache-Based Architectures -- Short Papers -- Merging Web-Based with Cluster-Based Computing -- Dynamic Reconfiguration and Virtual Machine Management in the Harness Metacomputing System -- JEM-DOOS: The Java/RMI Based Distributed Objects Operating System of the JEM Project -- Static Networks: A Powerful and Elegant Extension to Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages -- A FIFO Queue Class Library as a State Variable of Time Warp Logical Processes -- ?Profiler: Profiling User-Level Threads in a Shared-Memory Programming Environment -- Evaluating a Multithreaded Runtime System for Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages -- Object-Oriented Run-Time Support for Data-Parallel Applications -- Component Architecture of the Tecolote Framework -- Parallel Object Oriented Monte Carlo Simulations -- A Parallel, Object-Oriented Implementation of the Dynamic Recursion Method -- Object-Oriented Design for Sparse Direct Solvers -- Janus: A C++ Template Library for Parallel Dynamic Mesh Applications -- Arrays in Blitz++ -- Array Design and Expression Evaluation in POOMA II.

This volume contains the Proceedings of the International Symposium on C- puting in Object-Oriented Parallel Environments (ISCOPE ’98), held at Santa 1 Fe, New Mexico, USA on December 8{11, 1998. ISCOPE is in its second year, and continues to grow both in attendance and in the diversity of the subjects covered. ISCOPE’97 and its predecessor conferences focused more narrowly on scienti c computing in the high-performance arena. ISCOPE ’98 retains this emphasis, but has broadened to include discrete-event simulation, mobile c- puting, and web-based metacomputing. The ISCOPE ’98 Program Committee received 39 submissions, and acc- ted 10 (26%) as Regular Papers, based on their excellent content, maturity of development, and likelihood for widespread interest. These 10 are divided into three technical categories. Applications: The rst paper describes an approach to simulating advanced nuclear power reactor designs that incorporates multiple local solution - thods and a natural extension to parallel execution. The second paper disc- ses a Time Warp simulation kernel that is highly con gurable and portable. The third gives an account of the development of software for simulating high-intensity charged particle beams in linear particle accelerators, based on the POOMA framework, that shows performance considerably better than an HPF version, along with good parallel speedup.

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