Thursday, 09 February 2017

CBHPC 2008: accepted papers

Sponsored by ACM SIGPLAN
and held as a part of CompArch federated events

Full papers

  • A GCM-Based Runtime Support for Parallel Grid Application.
    Elton Mathias, Francoise BAUDE and Vincent Cave.
  • Hardware-accelerated Components for Hybrid Computing System.
    Daniel Chavarría, Jarek Nieplocha and Ian Gorton.
  • A Component Infrastructure for Performance and Power Modeling of Parallel Scientific Application.
    Van Bui, Boyana Norris, Lois Curfman McInnes, Oscar Hernandez, Barbara Chapman, Kevin Huck and Li Li.
  • Parallelizing Scientific Code with Invasive Interactive Parallelization - a Case Study with Reusewar.
    Andreas Leha, Mikhail Chalabine and Christoph Kessler.
  • Towards Software Component Assembly Language Enhanced with Workflows and Skeleton.
    Marco Aldinucci, Hinde Lilia Bouziane, Marco Danelutto and Christian Perez.
  • Stopping Safely Hierarchical Distributed Component.
    Marcela Rivera and Henrio Ludovic.
  • Multi-Physics Coupling of Einstein and Hydrodynamics Evolution: A Case Study of the Einstein Toolki.
    Erik Schnetter.
  • Methodology for Component-based Development of Grid Application.
    Artie Basukoski, Peter Buhler, Vladimir Getov, Stavros Isaiadis and Thomas Weigold.


Short papers

  • Automating SIDL-Based Development for New and Legacy Software.
    Benjamin Allan and Boyana Norris.
  • Integrating Large-scale Distributed and Parallel HPC Applications using a Component-Based Architecture.
    Nanbor Wang, Paul Hamill, Fang Liu, Stephen Tramer, Rooparani Pundaleeka and Randall Bramley.
  • Hierarchical Usability Levels for Sparse Linear System Solver Components
    Masha Sosonkina, Dane Coffey, Fang Liu and Randall Bramley.
  • Composition and Optimization.
    Morgan Ericsson, Welf Löwe, Christoph Kessler and Jesper Andersson.
  • FACETS - a physics driven parallel component framework.
    Svetlana Shasharina, John Cary, Ammar Hakim, Gregory Werner, Scott Kruger and Alex Pletzer.
  • Incorporating Concurrent Component Execution in Loosely Coupled Integrated Fusion Plasma Simulation.
    Samantha Foley, Wael Elwasif, Aniruddha G. Shet, David E. Bernholdt and Randall Bramley.
  • Scientific Workflows and Components: Together at Last!
    Kostadin Damevski, Ayla Khan and Steven Parker.