As multi-core architectures continue to become more commonplace, core parallel processing algorithms will continue to become more important. Furthermore, the wide-scale deployment of computing nodes, clusters, and embedded processors will continue to fuel core parallel processing and distributed systems algorithms. Thus, the importance of ICPP will continue to grow, even after 35 years. The field of parallel and distributed computing is going through rapid changes. The emerging multi-core commodity processors and advanced networking technologies are allowing for the design of cost-effective parallel and distributed systems. To achieve scalability and high performance in these systems, it is increasingly becoming challenging to design better architecture, software environments, networking protocols, compilers, operating systems, languages, algorithms and applications for designing next generation scalable and high performance parallel systems. This year's proceedings addresses these challenges. ICPP 2006 also explores emerging areas such as Web services, multimedia, ad-hoc and sensor networks, embedded computing, grid computing, runtime systems and new applications.2006 International Conference on Parallel Processing : proceedings : 14-18 August, 2006, Columbus, Ohio ... 4 Proactive Request Distribution Flow Chart 5. ... 27, 000 requests and has 4, 700 files of average size 12Kb, while logs for Soccer World cup 1998 contains 897, 498 requests for ... 133 MHz Kernel Memory 128 MB Application Memory 128 MB Pinned Memory 72 MB (Variable) Connection latencyanbsp;...
|Author||:||International Association for Computers and Communications, Ohio State University|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 2006-01-31|