High-Performance Computing and Networking

International Conference and Exhibition HPCN EUROPE 1996 Brussels, Belgium, April 15–19, 1996 Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-540-61142-4 (Print) 978-3-540-49955-8 (Online)

Table of contents (174 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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    Parallel reservoir simulation based on domain decomposition techniques

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    Porting and parallel performance of the industrial CFD code Music

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    Parallelisation of an oil reservoir simulation

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    Real industrial HPC applications

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    Parallelisation of the SWAN surface wave analysis code

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    Porting a commercial finite difference time domain Electromagnetic code to a parallel architecture machine

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    Porting on parallel platforms of a tool for simulating the effects of lightning strokes on telecommunication buildings: A comparison on preliminary results about performances and accuracy on SIMD and MIMD architectures

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    On the use of parallel finite-difference time-domain methods in the modelling of bioelectromagnetic problems

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    A comparison of parallel paradigms applied to an industrial code: RADIOSS

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    SAMMI: S.A.M.C.E.F. migration onto parallel platforms: Second step

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    Experiences and achievements with the parallelization of a large finite element system

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    Parallel industrial fluid dynamics and structural mechanics codes

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    Towards real CFD simulations on parallel computers in the aeronautic and automotive industry

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    Parallel computing for CFD applications in the automotive industry — First experiences

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    Parallelisation and performance evaluation of the aeronautical CFD flow code ESAUNA

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    Parallel industrial incompressible CFD calculations with HPCN3S

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    Experience with parallel computing for the design of transport aircrafts at Aerospatiale

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    Interactive anomaly detection in large transaction history databases

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    The system management of the ICL GOLDRUSH parallel database server

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    Parallel data mining for very large relational databases

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