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technical papers

The 8th LCI International Conference on
High-Performance Clustered Computing

May 15-17, 2007
May 14, 2007 Tutorials
South Lake Tahoe, California, USA

Technical Papers Arranged by Conference Sessions

Parallel I/O, File Systems & Storage

pNFS and Linux: Working Towards a Heterogeneous Future
- Dean Hildebrand, Peter Honeyman, and William Adamson, University of Michigan, USA

SAN Lessons Learned
- Andy Loftus and Chad Kerner, NCSA/UIUC, USA

Tools and Programming Environments

Automated MPI Correctness Checking: What If There Were a Magic Option?
- Patrick Ohly and Werner Krotz-Vogel, Intel Corporation, DE

A Software System for Scalable Parameter Estimation on Clusters
- Tom Bulatewicz, Daniel Andresen, Stephen Welch, Wei Jin, Sanjoy Das, and Matthew Miller, Kansas State University, USA

PerfTrack Scalable Application Performance Diagnosis for Linux Clusters
- Rashawn Knapp, Kathryn Mohror, Aaron Amauba, Karen Karavanic, Portland State University, USA; Thomas Conerly, Caitlin Gaebel High School, USA; Abraham Neben, Wilson High School, USA; John May, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA

Resource Management and Networks

An Architecture for Dynamic Allocation of Compute Cluster Bandwidth
- John Bresnahan and Ian Foster, University of Chicago, USA

Experiences Deploying a 10-Gigabit Ethernet Computing Environment to Support Regional Computational Science
- Jason Cope, Theron Voran and Matthew Woitaszek, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA; Adam Boggs, Sean McCreary, and Michael Oberg, National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA

Performance Analysis and Applications

A Case Study in Using Local I/O and GPFS to Improve Simulation Scalability
- Vincent Bannister, Microsoft, USA; Gary Howell and Eric Sills, HPC/ITD NCSU, USA; Tim Kelley and Qianyi Zhang, NCSU, USA

Visualizing I/O Performance During the BGL Deployment
- Andrew Uselton and Brian Behlendorf, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA

Load Balancing in Pre-Processing of Large-Scale Distributed Sparse Computation
- Olfa Hamdi-Larbi and Zaher Mahjoub, Faculty of Sciences of Tunis, TN; Nahid Emad, University of Versailles, FR

OS Alternatives

Linux Kernel Improvement: Toward Dynamic Power Management of Beowulf Clusters
- Fengping Hu and Jeffrey Evans, Purdue University, USA

HPC System Call Usage Trends
- Terry Jones, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA; Andrew Tauferner and Todd Inglett, IBM, USA

Emerging Technology

Intel Woodcrest: An Evaluation for Scientific Computing
- Philip Roth and Jeffrey Vetter, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

The PeakStream Platform: High Productivity Software Development for GPUs
- Matthew Papakipos, PeakStream, Inc., USA

Effective Use of Commodity Multi-Core Systems in HPC
- Kent Milfeld, Kazushige Goto, Avi Purkayastha, Chona Guiang, and Karl Schulz, University of Texas at Austin, USA

The conference was sponsored by:

Allinea logo    Cisco logo    Cluster Resources logo    Cray logo

DataDirect Networks logo    Dell logo    Exludus logo    IBM logo

HP logo    Intel logo    Myricom logo    NCSA logo

PeakStream logo    Portland Group logo    Scali logo    NCSA logo