High Performance Computing - HiPC 2001

High Performance Computing - HiPC 2001

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MessagefromtheGeneralCo-Chairs It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Eighth International Conference on High Performance Computing and to Hyderabad, a leading center for Infor- tionTechnologyinIndia.Thismessagepaystributetomanyvolunteerswho made this meeting possible. We are indebted to Professor Burkhard Monien for his superb e?orts as p- gramchairinorganizinganexcellenttechnicalprogram.Wewouldliketothank the vice chairs, Guang Gao, Allan Gottlieb, Bruce Maggs, Cauligi Raghavendra, and Horst Simon, for their e?orts in putting together a strong program comm- tee, who in turn reviewed the submissions and composed an excellent technical program.WewouldliketothankCauligiRaghavendraforhise?ortsinorga- zing the invited session on networks. Many volunteers have been associated with HiPC over the years, and they have continued their excellent service in organizing the meeting: Vipin Kumar invited the keynote speakers and coordinated the keynotes, Sartaj Sahni handled the poster/presentation session, Sandhya Dwarkadas and Tulika Mitra handled - blicity, Nalini Venkatasubramanian and her assistant Mario Espinoza interfaced with the authors and Springer-Verlag in bringing out these proceedings, Manav Misra put together the tutorials, Ajay Gupta did a ?ne job in handling inter- tional ?nancial matters, Dheeraj Sanghi administered scholarships for students from Indian academia, Sudheendra Hangal handled the exhibits with inputs from R.Govindarajan, SajalDasactedasvicegeneralchair, C.P.Ravikumarand Vinod Sanjay, though not listed in the announcements, managed publicity w- hin India. We would like to thank all of them for their time and e?orts. OurspecialthanksgotoA.K.P.Nambiarforhiscontinuede?ortsinhandling ?nancial matters as well as coordinating the activities within Indi8th International Conference, Hyderabad, India, December, 17-20, 2001. ... The traditional causal message logging approach has two problems. First, each ... receiving m3, r saves (det(m1), det(m2)) piggybacked on m3 and det(m3) in d-setr .

Title:High Performance Computing - HiPC 2001
Author:Burkhard Monien, Sriram Vajapeyam
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2001-12-05


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