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Euro-Par 2001 Parallel Processing

7th International Euro-Par Conference Manchester, UK, August 28–31, 2001 Proceedings

  • Rizos Sakellariou
  • John Gurd
  • Len Freeman
  • John Keane
Conference proceedings Euro-Par 2001

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2150)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXX
  2. Invited Talks

  3. Topic 01

    1. Michael Gerndt
      Pages 34-35
    2. Anna Morajko, Eduardo César, Tomás Margalef, Joan Sorribes, Emilio Luque
      Pages 36-45
    3. Paul A. S. Ward, David J. Taylor
      Pages 46-56
    4. Magnus Broberg, Lars Lundberg, Håakan Grahn
      Pages 57-61
    5. Rajeev Muralidhar, Manish Parashar
      Pages 67-75
    6. Yudith Cardinale, Emilio Hernández
      Pages 75-79
    7. Stephen Booth
      Pages 80-83
  4. Topic 02

    1. Allen D. Malony, Graham D. Riley, Bernd Mohr, Mark Bull, Tomà Margalef
      Pages 84-85
    2. Jesús A. González, Coromoto León, Fabiana Piccoli, Marcela Printista, José L. Roda, Casiano Rodríguez et al.
      Pages 96-105
    3. Hasyim Gautama, Arjan J. C. van Gemund
      Pages 106-116
    4. Luz Marina Moreno, Francisco Almeida, Daniel González, Casiano Rodríguez
      Pages 117-121
    5. Luiz A. DeRose
      Pages 122-132

About these proceedings


Euro-Par – the European Conference on Parallel Computing – is an international conference series dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel computing. The major themes can be divided into the broad categories of hardware, software, algorithms, and applications for parallel computing. The objective of Euro-Par is to provide a forum within which to promote the dev- opment of parallel computing both as an industrial technique and an academic discipline, extending the frontiers of both the state of the art and the state of the practice. This is particularlyimportant at a time when parallel computing is undergoing strong and sustained development and experiencing real ind- trial take up. The main audience for and participants in Euro-Par are seen as researchers in academic departments, government laboratories, and industrial organisations. Euro-Par aims to become the primarychoice of such professionals for the presentation of new results in their speci?c areas. Euro-Par is also int- ested in applications that demonstrate the e?ectiveness of the main Euro-Par themes. Euro-Par has its own Internet domain with a permanent web site where the historyof the conference series is described: http://www. euro-par. org. The Euro-Par conference series is sponsored bythe Association of Computer Machineryand the International Federation of Information Processing. Euro-Par 2001 Euro-Par 2001 was organised bythe Universityof Manchester and UMIST.


Scheduling cluster complexity complexity theory distributed systems grid computing parallel computing

Editors and affiliations

  • Rizos Sakellariou
    • 1
  • John Gurd
    • 1
  • Len Freeman
    • 1
  • John Keane
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of ManchesterManchesterUK
  2. 2.Department of ComputationUMISTManchesterUK

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