Handbook of Parallel Computing
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Handbook of Parallel Computing : Models, Algorithms and Applications

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The ability of parallel computing to process large data sets and handle time-consuming operations has resulted in unprecedented advances in biological and scientific computing, modeling, and simulations. Exploring these recent developments, the Handbook of Parallel Computing: Models, Algorithms, and Applications provides comprehensive coverage on all aspects of this field. The first section of the book describes parallel models. It covers evolving computational systems, the decomposable bulk synchronous model, parallel random access machine-on-chip architecture, the parallel disks model, mobile agents, fault-tolerant computing, hierarchical performance modeling, the partitioned optical passive star network, and the reconfigurable mesh model. The subsequent section on parallel algorithms examines networks of workstations, grid and packet scheduling, the derandomization technique, isosurface extraction and rendering, suffix trees, and mobile computing algorithmics. The final part of the text highlights an array of problems and offers ways to combat these challenges. This volume provides an up-to-date assessment of the models and algorithms involved in applying parallel computing to a variety of fields, from computational biology to wireless networking.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 1224 pages
  • 187.96 x 261.62 x 60.96mm | 2,154.55g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Chapman & Hall/CRC
  • Boca Raton, FL, United States
  • English
  • 463 black & white illustrations, 64 black & white tables
  • 1584886234
  • 9781584886235

About Sanguthevar Rajasekaran

University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USAshow more

Table of contents

PREFACE MODELS Evolving Computational Systems; S.G. Akl Decomposable BSP: A Bandwidth-Latency Model for Parallel and Hierarchical Computation; G. Bilardi, A. Pietracaprina, and G. Pucci Membrane Systems: A "Natural" Way of Computing with Cells; O.H. Ibarra and A. Paun Optical Transpose Systems: Models and Algorithms; C.-F. Wang and S. Sahni Models for Advancing PRAM and Other Algorithms into Parallel Programs for a PRAM-On-Chip Platform; U. Vishkin, G. Caragea, and B. Lee Deterministic and Randomized Sorting Algorithms for the Parallel Disks Model; S. Rajasekaran A Programming Model and Architectural Extensions for Fine-Grain Parallelism; A. Gontmakher, A. Mendelson, A. Schuster, and G. Shklover Computing with Mobile Agents in Distributed Networks; E. Kranakis, D. Krizanc, and S. Rajsbaum Transitional Issues: Fine-Grain to Coarse-Grain Multicomputers; S. Olariu Distributed Computing in the Presence of Mobile Faults; N. Santoro and P. Widmayer A Hierarchical Performance Model for Reconfigurable Computers; R. Scorfano and V.K. Prasanna Hierarchical Performance Modeling and Analysis of Distributed Software Systems; R.A. Ammar Randomized Packet Routing, Selection, and Sorting on the POPS Network; J. Davila and S. Rajasekaran Dynamic Reconfiguration on the R-Mesh; R. Vaidyanathan and J.L. Trahan Fundamental Algorithms on the Reconfigurable Mesh; K. Nakano Reconfigurable Computing with Optical Buses; A.G. Bourgeois ALGORITHMS Distributed Peer-to-Peer Data Structures; M.T. Goodrich and M.J. Nelson Parallel Algorithms via the Probabilistic Method; L. Kliemann and A. Srivastav Broadcasting on Networks of Workstations; S. Khuller, Y.-A. Kim, and Y.-C. Wan Atomic Selfish Routing in Networks: A Survey; S. Kontogiannis and P. Spirakis Scheduling in Grid Environments; Y-C. Lee and A.Y. Zomaya QoS Scheduling in Network and Storage Systems; P.J. Varman and A. Gulati Optimal Parallel Scheduling Algorithms in WDM Packet Interconnects; Y. Yang Online Real-Time Scheduling Algorithms for Multiprocessor Systems; M.A. Palis Parallel Algorithms for Maximal Independent Set and Maximal Matching; Y. Han Efficient Parallel Graph Algorithms for Shared-Memory Multiprocessors; D.A. Bader and G. Cong Parallel Algorithms for Volumetric Surface Construction; J. JaJa, Q. Shi, and A. Varshney Mesh-Based Parallel Algorithms for Ultra-Fast Computer Vision; S. Olariu Prospectus for a Dense Linear Algebra Software Library; J. Demmel and J. Dongarra Parallel Algorithms on Strings; W. Rytter Design of Multithreaded Algorithms for Combinatorial Problems; D.A. Bader, K. Madduri, G. Cong, and J. Feo Parallel Data Mining Algorithms for Association Rules and Clustering; J. Li, Y. Liu, W.-K. Liao, and A. Choudhary An Overview of Mobile Computing Algorithmics; S. Olariu and A.Y. Zomaya APPLICATIONS Using FG to Reduce the Effect of Latency in Parallel Programs Running on Clusters; T.H. Cormen and E.R. Davidson High-Performance Techniques for Parallel I/O; A. Ching, K. Coloma, A. Choudhary, and W.-K. Liao Message Dissemination Using Modern Communication Primitives; T. Gonzalez Online Computation in Large Networks; S. Albers Online Call Admission Control in Wireless Cellular Networks; I. Caragiannis, C. Kaklamanis, and E. Papaioannou Minimum Energy Communication in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks; I. Caragiannis, C. Kaklamanis, and P. Kanellopoulos Power Aware Mapping of Real-Time Tasks to Multiprocessors; D. Zhu, B.R. Childers, D. Mosse, and R. Melhem Perspectives on Robust Resource Allocation for Heterogeneous Parallel and Distributed Systems; S. Ali, H.J. Siegel, and A.A. Maciejewski A Transparent Distributed Runtime for Java; M. Factor, A. Schuster, and K. Shagin Scalability of Parallel Programs; A. Grama and V. Kumar Spatial Domain Decomposition Methods in Parallel Scientific Computing; Sudip Seal and Srinivas Aluru Game Theoretical Solutions for Data Replication in Distributed Computing Systems; S.U. Khan and I. Ahmad Effectively Managing Data on a Grid; C.L. Ruby and R. Miller Fast and Scalable Parallel Matrix Multiplication and Its Applications on Distributed Memory Systems; K. Li INDEXshow more