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LIST OF ACCEPTED PAPERS

  1. On Generalized Moore Digraphs. Michael Sampels (2)
  2. Communication on the Fly in Dynamic SMP Clusters – Towards Efficient Fine Grain Numerical Computations. Marek Tudruj, Lukasz Masko (5)
  3. RDMA Communication Based on Rotating Buffers for Efficient Parallel Fine-Grain Computations. Adam Smyk, Marek Tudruj (6)
  4. An Extended Atomic Consistency Protocol for Recoverable DSM Systems. Jerzy Brzezinski, Michal Szychowiak (7)
  5. Building Autonomic Clusters: A Short Responde to IBM’s Autonomic Computing Challenge. Andrzej Goscinski, Jackie Silcock, Michael Hobbs (8)
  6. Session Guarantees to Achieve PRAM Consistency of Replicated Shared Objects. Jerzy Brzezinski, Cezary Sobaniec, Dariusz Wawrzyniak (9)
  7. Approximation Algorithms for Scheduling Jobs with Chain Precedence Constrains. Klaus Janson, Roberto Solis-Oba (18)
  8. Hybrid Algorithm for Mapping Parallel Applications in Distributed Systems. Gamal Attiya, Yskandar Hamam (20)
  9. Analytical Modeling of Optimized Sparse Linear Code. Pavel Tvrdik, Ivan Simecek (26)
  10. Gray Box Based Data Access Time Estimation for Tertiary Storage in Grid Environment. Darin Nikolow, Renata Slota, Jacek Kitowski (31)
  11. Evaluation of execution time of mathematical library functions based on historical performance information. Maciej Brzezniak, Norbert Meyer (32)
  12. Space decomposition solvers and their performance in PC-based computing environments. Radim Blaheta, Ondrej Jakl, Jiri Stary (33)
  13. Performance modeling of parallel FEM computations on clusters. T. Olas, R. Wyrzykowski, K. Karczewski, A. Tomas
  14. Mathematical linguistics model for medical diagnostics of organ of hearing in neonates. Mariusz Flasinski, Elzbieta Reron, Janusz Jurek, Piotr Wojtowicz, Krzysztof Atlasiewicz (34)
  15. Implementation aspects of a recovery-based error estimator in finite element analysis. Arkadiusz Nagorka, Norbert Sczygiol (38)
  16. Simulations of granular cohesion dynamics on rough surfaces of contacting particles. Jacek S. Leszczynski (40)
  17. Modeling multiphase gas-particle flows using DEM and MP-PIC methods. Sebastian Pluta, Roman Wyrzykowski
  18. Adaptive Noise Reduction in DNA Microarray Images Based on the Center-Weighted Vector Median Filters. Rastislav Lukac, Bogdan Smolka, Andrzej Swierniak, Konstantinos N. Plata Niotis, Anastasios N. Venetsanopoulos(42)
  19. Interval comparison based on Dempster-Shafer theoryof evidence. Pavel Sevastjanov (46)
  20. Program Structuring Heuristicc for Parallel Systems Based on Multiple Crossbar Switches. Eryk Laskowski (53)
  21. Automatic generation of optimized parallel code for n-body simulations. David E. Singh, Maria J. Martin, Francisco F. Rivera (54)
  22. Global Predicates for Distributed Application On-line Control. Janusz Borkowski (55)
  23. A Thread Partitioning Algorithm for Data Locality Improvement. Alexander Chernov, Andrey Belevantsev, Oleg Malikov (56)
  24. Exception handling model with influence factors for distributed systems. Pawel L. Kaczmarek, Henryk Krawczyk (57)
  25. Process Decomposition via Synchronization Events and Its Application to Counter-Process Decomposition. Susumu Kiyamura, Yoshiaki Takata, Hiroyuki Seki (58)
  26. Improving performances of a distributed NFSP implementation. Pierre Lombard, Yves Denneulin, Olivier Valentin, Adrien Lebre (59)
  27. Architecture and Implementation of Distributed Data Storage using Web Services, CORBA and PVM. Pawel Czarnul (60)
  28. An Approach to Web-oriented Discrete Event Simulation Modeling. Ewa Ochmanska (61)
  29. Conspiracies in Distributed Systems: Elementary Petri net Case. Edward Ochmanski (62)
  30. A Lightweight Message Logging Scheme for Fault Tolerant MPI. Inseon Lee, Heon Y. Yeom, Taesoon Park, Hyoungwoo Park (64)
  31. Event Handling in the J-OCM Monitoring System. Marian Bubak, Włodzimierz Funika, Marcin Smetek, Zbigniew Kilianski, Roland Wismuller (67)
  32. Request processing in the Java-oriented OMIS Compliant Monioring System. Wlodzimierz Funika, Marcin Smetek, Zbigniew Kilianski, Roland Wismuller (68)
  33. Monitoring Threaded Applications with Thread-enabled OMIS Monitor. Bartosz Balis, Marian Bubak, Wlodzimierz Funika, Roland Wismuller, Grzegorz Kaplita (69)
  34. Online Visualization of OpenMP Programs in the DeWiz Environment. Ene Kobler, Dieter Kranzlmuller, Jens Volkert (70)
  35. Cluster Monitoring and Management in the WebCI Environment. Tomasz Kuczynski, Roman Wyrzykowski.
  36. A BSP Parallel Model to the Göttfert Algorithm over F2. Fatima Abu Salem (73)
  37. Parallel simulated annealing for bicriterion optimization problem. Piotr Czarnas, Zbigniew J. Czech, Przemyslaw Gocyla (81)
  38. Parallelizing the Unsupervised k-windows Clustering Algorithm. P. Alevizos, D.K. Tasoulis, M.N. Vrahatis (84)
  39. Data Decomposition for Parallel K-Means Clustering. Attila Gursoy (85)
  40. Adaptive Pareto Differential Evolution and its Parallelization. Daniela Zaharie, Dana Petcu (86)
  41. Implementing Paralel Algorithms for the Parallel Environment for Image Mining (PEIDM). Adam Mazurkiewicz (88)
  42. A consuming environment with transportation network modelled using Graph of Cellular Automata. Pawel Topa, Witold Dzwinel (94)
  43. Parallelization of large scale adaptive finite element computations. Krzysztof Banas (99)
  44. Parallelization of the QC-lib Quantum Computer Simulator Library. Ian Glendinning, Bernhard Omer (100)
  45. Application of Celluar Automata for Cryptography. Pascal Bouvry, Franciszek Seredynski Albert Y. Zomaya (101)
  46. High frequency electromagnetic fields analysis with the use of the parallel FDTD method. Wojciech Walendziuk, Jaroslaw Forenc, Andrzej Jordan (102)
  47. Optimization of Structures using Distributed and Parallel Evolutionary Algorithms. Tadeusz Burczynski,Waclaw Kus (105)
  48. Multiple-Deme Parallel Estimation of Distribution of Distribution Algorithms: Basic Framework and Application. Chang Wook Ahn, David E. Goldberg, R.S. Ramakrishna (106)
  49. A Memory-Efficient Elitist Genetic Algorithm. Chang Wook Ahn, Ki Pyo Kim, R.S. Ramakrishna (109)
  50. An Evolutionary Programming Algorithm for Automatic Engineering Design. Andrew Lewis, David Abramson, Tom Peachey (113)
  51. A multi-agent system based on the information metabolism theory. Andrzej Bielecki. An Application of Multi-agent System Based Information Metabolism Theory in Design. Dominika Nowak (115+116)
  52. Hierarchical communication for the parallel simulations in the distributed environment. Rafal Metkowski, Piotr Bala (117)
  53. Stepwise development of distributed interactive simulation systems. Tomasz Orlowski, Bogdan Wiszniewski (118)
  54. A Framework for Online Performance Analysis and Visualization of Large-Scale Parallel Applications. Kai Li, Allen D. Malony, Robert Bell, Sameer Shende (120)
  55. Wait-Free Publish/Subscribe Using Atomic Registers. Pradeep Varma (3)
  56. Suitability of Load Scheduling Algorithms to Workload Characteristics. Eunmi Choi, Dugki Min (12)
  57. Accelerated Diffusion Algorithms on General Dynamic Networks. Jacques Bahi, Raphael Couturier, Flavien Vernier (14)
  58. Combining vector quantization and ant-colony algorithm for mesh-partitioning. Jurji Silc, Peter Korosec, Borut Robic (15)
  59. Diffusion Based Scheduling in the Agent-Based Hard Computing System. M. Grochowski, R. Schaefer, P. Uhruski (17)
  60. Wavelet-Neuronal resource prediction for multiprocessor environment. Marcin Skrzypek, Paweł Hajto (22)
  61. Minimizing Time-Dependent Total Completion Time on Parallel Identical Machines. Stanislaw Gawiejnowicz, Wieslaw Kurc, Lidia Pankowska (23)
  62. Empirical Modelling of Parallel Linear Algebra Routines. Javier Couenca, Luis-Pedro Garcia Domingo Gimenez, Jose Gonzales, Antonio Vidal (25)
  63. Efficiency of divisible load processing. M. Drozdowski, L. Wielebski (27)
  64. Predicting the response time of a new task on a Beowulf cluster. Marta Beltran, Jose L. Bosque (28)
  65. Optimization using Nimrod/O and its Application to Robust Mechanical Design, Tom Peachey, David Abramson , Andrew Lewis, Donny Kurniawan, Rhys Jones (39)
  66. Parallel Branch-and-Bound Skeletons: Message Passing and Shared Memory implementations. Isabel Dorta, Coromoto Leon, Casiano Rodriquez (51)
  67. Selverifying Solvers for Linear Systems of Equations in C-XSC. Carlos Amaral Holbig, Paulo Sergio Morandi Junior, Bernardo Frederes Kramer Alcade, Tiaraju Asmuz Diverio (52)
  68. Testability for Distributed Objects. Magda Slawinska (65)
  69. Fine-grained System-Call Scheduling in CEFOS on Commodity Processors. Shigeru Kusakabe, Kentaro Iio, Hideo Taniguchi, Makoto Amamiya (66)
  70. On generation of permutations trough suffix/prefix reversing in a cellular network. Zbigniew Kokosinski (75)
  71. A Parallel Dynamic Programming Algorithm for Unranking t-ary Trees. Zbigniew Kokosinski (77)
  72. Distributed Knowledge Management based on Software Agents and Ontology. Michal Laclavik, Zoltan Balogh, Ladislav Hluchy, Renata Slota, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Mariusz Dziewierz (87)
  73. Ontology Assisted Access to Document epositories in Public Sector Organizations. Renata Slota, Marta Majewska, Mariusz Dziewierz, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Michal Laclavik, Zoltan Balogh, Ladislav Hluchy, Jacek Kitowski, Simon Lambert (89)
  74. An Efficient Conflict Detection Method for Maintaining Consistency of Mobile Database System. Sung-Hee Kim, Jae-Dong Lee, Jae-Hong Kim, Hae-Young Bae (90)
  75. Improving Load Balance and Fault Tolerance for PC Cluster-based Parallel Information Retrieval. Iaeho Kang, Hyanja Ahn, Sang-Won Jang, Kwang Ryel Rya, Hyak-Chal Kwon, San-Hwa Chung (91)
  76. Parallelizing flood model for Linux clusters with MPI. V.D. Tran, D. Froehlich, W. Costaings (95)
  77. A Monte Carlo study of continuous non-Ising phase transitions in the 3D Ashkin-Teller Model using the OpenMosix cluster of Linux PCs. L. Debski, G. Musial, J. Rogiers (96)
  78. Parallel simulation of Czochralski crystal growth. Denis Lukanin, Vladimir Kalaev, Alexander Zhmakin (97)
  79. Application of Parallel Computing in the Transfer – Matrix Simulations of the Supramolecular Rings. Ryszard Matysiak, Monika Haglauer, Grzegorz Kamieniarz, Alvaro Caramico D’Auria Filippo Esposito (98)
  80. Genetic clustering as a parallel algorithm for approximating basins of attraction. Katarzyna Adamska (107)
  81. Parallel genetic algorithm for the flow shop scheduling problem. Wojciech Bozejko, Mieczyslaw Wodecki (108)
  82. Augmented Compact Genetic Algorithm. Chang Wook Ahn, R.S. Ramakrishna (110)
  83. A Parallel Evolutionary Algorithm for Discovery of Decision Rules. Wojciech Kwedlo (111)
  84. Weighted Vector Directional Filters Optimized by Genetic Algorithms. Rastislav Lukac, Bogdan Smolka, Andrzej Swierniak, Konstantinos N. Plataniotis, Anastasios N. Venetsanopoulos (112)
  85. Configurable microprocessor array for DSP applications. O. Maslennikov, Ju. Shevtshenko, A. Sergyienko (1)
  86. Fault-Tolerant Scheduling in Distributed Real-Time Systems, Nguyen Duc Thai (10)
  87. Asymptotical Behaviour of the Communication Complexity of One Parallel Algorithm. Pavol Purcz (29)
  88. Parallel Program Design Tool Based on Synchronization of Application Global States. J. Borkowski, M. Tudruj, D. Kopanski (63)
  89. Fish Schools: PDES Simulation and Real Time 3D Animation, R. Suppi, D. Fernandez Francos, E. Luque
  90. Dynamic process communication GDE, J. Kwiatkowski, D. Albrich
  91. Some Aspects of Parallel Performance of a Seismic Ray Analysis Algorithm, M. Paprzycki, B. Digas, J. Kopsky