The Community for Technology Leaders
SC Conference (1995)
San Diego, California
Dec. 3, 1995 to Dec. 6, 1995
ISBN: 0-89791-816-9
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Papers

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Front Matter

Front Matter (PDF)

pp. 1-44
Keynote Address

How Many Miles per Gallon Does Your Computer Get? (PDF)

Jack Donegan , San Diego Supercomputer Center
pp. 7

An Examination of High-Performance Computing Export Control Policy in the 1990s (PDF)

Seymour E. Goodman , University of Arizona
Peter Wolcott , University of Nebraska at Omaha
Grey Burkhart , Allied Communications Engineering
pp. 8
ATM in High Performance Networks

Multicast Virtual Topologies for Collective Communication in MPCs and ATM Clusters (Abstract)

Y. Huang , Michigan State University
C. C. Huang , Michigan State University
P. K. McKinley , Michigan State University
pp. 9
Applied Algorithms

Surface Fitting Using GCV Smoothing Splines on Supercomputers (Abstract)

Alan Williams , University of Queensland
Kevin Burrage , University of Queensland
pp. 11

Efficient Algorithms for Atmospheric Correction of Remotely Sensed Data (Abstract)

Hassan Fallah-Adl , University of Maryland at College Park
Joseph JáJá , University of Maryland at College Park
Shunlin Liang , University of Maryland at College Park
Yoram J. Kaufman , University of Maryland at College Park
John Townshend , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 12
Education Papers

The Living Textbook and the K-12 Classroom of the Future (Abstract)

Kim Mills , Syracuse University
Geoffrey Fox , Syracuse University
Paul Coddington , Syracuse University
Barbara Mihalas , Syracuse University
Marek Podgorny , Syracuse University
Barbara Shelly , Syracuse University
Steven Bossert , Syracuse University
pp. 13

Developing Computational Science Curricula: The EarthVision Experience (Abstract)

Ralph K. Coppola , Saginaw Valley State University
Eva Erdosne Toth , Saginaw Valley State University
pp. 15

The Use of Cellular Automata in the Classroom (Abstract)

H. Albert Lilly , Alabama School of Mathematics and Science
pp. 16
Innovative Educational Issues

Mobile Robots Teach Machine-Level Programming (Abstract)

Patricia J. Teller , New Mexico State University
Ted Dunning , New Mexico State University
pp. 17

A Web Interface to Parallel Program Source Code Archetypes (Abstract)

Juan Villacis , Indiana University
Dennis Gannon , Indiana University
pp. 18

HPC Undergraduate Curriculum Development at SDSU Using SDSC Resources (Abstract)

Kris Stewart , San Diego State Univeristy and San Diego Supercomputer Center
pp. 19
Data Mining

Computational Methods for Intelligent Information Access (Abstract)

Michael W. Berry , University of Tennessee
Susan T. Dumais , Bellcore
Todd A. Letsche , University of Tennessee
pp. 20

High-Performance Computing Approaches for Using the WWW to Access a Large-Scale Environmental Dataset Repository (Abstract)

B. Nassersharif , University of Nevada at Las Vegas
R. Marciano , San Diego Supercomputer Center
S. R. Ling , University of Nevada at Las Vegas
Y. K. Ho , University of Nevada at Las Vegas
Curt Edmonds , University of Nevada at Las Vegas
pp. 21a

Distributed Information Management in the National HPCC Software Exchange (Abstract)

Shirley Browne , University of Tennessee
Jack Dongarra , University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Geoffrey C. Fox , Syracuse University
Ken Hawick , Syracuse University
Ken Kennedy , Rice University
Rick Stevens , Argonne National Laboratory
Robert Olson , Argonne National Laboratory
Tom Rowan , Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Tennessee
pp. 20a
Applications: Biochemistry

Surveying Molecular Interactions with DOT (Abstract)

Lynn F. Ten Eyck , San Diego Supercomputer Center
Jeffrey Mandell , San Diego Supercomputer Center
Victoria A. Roberts , The Scripps Research Institute
Michael E. Pique , The Scripps Research Institute
pp. 22

I/O Limitations in Parallel Molecular Dynamics (Abstract)

Terry W. Clark , University of Houston
L. Ridgway Scott , University of Houston
Stanislaw Wlodek , University of Houston
J. Andrew McCammon , University of California at San Diego
pp. 23
Applications: Biology

Parallelizing the Phylogeny Problem (Abstract)

Jeff A. Jones , HyperParallel, Inc.
Katherine A. Yelick , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 25
Partitioning Algorithms

A Multi-Level Algorithm For Partitioning Graphs (Abstract)

Bruce Hendrickson , Sandia National Laboratories
Robert Leland , Sandia National Laboratories
pp. 28

Analysis of Multilevel Graph Partitioning (Abstract)

George Karypis , University of Minnesota
Vipin Kumar , University of Minnesota
pp. 29
Performance I

A Structured Approach to Instrumentation System Development and Evaluation (Abstract)

Abdul Waheed , Michigan State University
Diane T. Rover , Michigan State University
pp. 30

Automated Performance Prediction of Message-Passing Parallel Programs (Abstract)

Robert J. Block , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Sekhar Sarukkai , NASA Ames Research Center
Pankaj Mehra , NASA Ames Research Center
pp. 31

Towards Modeling the Performance of a Fast Connected Components Algorithm on Parallel Machines (Abstract)

Steven S. Lumetta , University of California at Berkeley
Arvind Krishnamurthy , University of California at Berkeley
David E. Culler , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 32
Applications: Engineering

Parallel Processing of Spaceborne Imaging Radar Data (Abstract)

Craig Miller , California Institute of Technology
David G. Payne , California Institute of Technology
Thanh N. Phung , California Institute of Technology
Herb Siegel , California Institute of Technology
Roy Williams , California Institute of Technology
pp. 35
Parallel Software

A Parallel Software Infrastructure for Structured Adaptive Mesh Methods (Abstract)

Scott R. Kohn , University of California at San Diego
Scott B. Baden , University of California at San Diego
pp. 36

Message Passing Versus Distributed Shared Memory on Networks of Workstations (Abstract)

Honghui Lu , Rice University
Sandhya Dwarkadas , Rice University
Alan L. Cox , Rice University
Willy Zwaenepoel , Rice University
pp. 37

Storm Watch: A Tool for Visualizing Memory System Protocols (Abstract)

Trishul M. Chilimbi , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Thomas Ball , AT&T Bell Laboratories
Stephen G. Eick , AT&T Bell Laboratories
James R. Larus , University of Wisconsin-Madison
pp. 38
Novel Execution Models

Efficient Support of Location Transparency in Concurrent Object-Oriented Programming Languages (Abstract)

Woo Young Kim , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Gul Agha , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 39

Compiling and Optimizing for Decoupled Architectures (Abstract)

Nigel Topham , University of Edinburgh
Alasdair Rawsthorne , University of Manchester
Callum McLean , University of Edinburgh
Muriel Mewissen , University of Edinburgh
Peter Bird , University of Michigan
pp. 40

A Hybrid Execution Model for Fine-Grained Languages on Distributed Memory Multicomputers (Abstract)

John Plevyak , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Vijay Karamcheti , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Xingbin Zhang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Andrew A. Chien , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 41
Applications: Physics

Parallel Linear General Relativity and CMB Anisotropies (Abstract)

Paul Bode , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Edmund Bertschinger , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 42

Balancing Processor Loads and Exploiting Data Locality in N-Body Simulations (Abstract)

Ioana Banicescu , Polytechnic University
Susan Flynn Hummel , Polytechnic University and IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
pp. 43

Lattice QCD on the IBM Scalable POWERParallel Systems SP2 (Abstract)

C. Bernard , Washington University in St. Louis
C. DeTar , University of Utah
S. Gottlieb , Indiana University
U. M. Heller , Florida State University
J. Hetrick , University of Arizona
N. Ishizuka , Washington University in St. Louis
L. Kärkkäinen , Nordita
S. R. Lantz , Cornell University
K. Rummukainen , Indiana University
R. Sugar , University of California at Santa Barbara
D. Toussaint , University of Arizona
M. Wingate , University of Colorado
pp. 44
Gigabit Testbed Experiences

Distributing a Chemical Process Optimization Application Over a Gigabit Network (Abstract)

Robert L. Clay , Carnegie Mellon University
Peter A. Steenkiste , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 45

Wide-Area Gigabit Networking: Los Alamos HIPPI-SONET Gateway (Abstract)

Wally St. John , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Dave DuBois , Los Alamos National Laboratory
pp. 46
Compilers I

Symbolic Array Dataflow Analysis for Array Privatization and Program Parallelization (Abstract)

Junjie Gu , University of Minnesota
Zhiyuan Li , University of Minnesota
Gyungho Lee , University of Minnesota
pp. 47

Interprocedural Compilation of Irregular Applications for Distributed Memory Machines (Abstract)

Gagan Agrawal , University of Maryland at College Park
Joel Saltz , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 48

Detecting Coarse - Grain Parallelism Using an Interprocedural Parallelizing Compiler (Abstract)

Mary W. Hall , Stanford University
Saman P. Amarasinghe , Stanford University
Brian R. Murphy , Stanford University
Shih-Wei Liao , Stanford University
Monica S. Lam , Stanford University
pp. 49
Parallel Tools

An Integrated Compilation and Performance Analysis Environment for Data Parallel Programs (Abstract)

Vikram S Adve , Rice University
John Mellor-Crummey , Rice University
Mark Anderson , Rice University
Ken Kennedy , Rice University
Jhy-Chun Wang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Daniel A. Reed , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 50

Relative Debugging and its Application to the Development of Large Numerical Models (Abstract)

David Abramson , Griffith University
Ian Foster , Argonne National Laboratory
John Michalakes , Argonne National Laboratory
Rok Sosic , Griffith University
pp. 51
Performance II

A Performance Evaluation of the Convex SPP-1000 Scalable Shared Memory Parallel Computer (Abstract)

Thomas Sterling , NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and University of Maryland
Daniel Savarese , University of Maryland and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Peter MacNeice , Hughes STX
Kevin Olson , George Mason University
Clark Mobarry , NASA/GSFC Space Data Computing Division
Bruce Fryxell , George Mason University
Phillip Merkey , NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
pp. 55
Issues in Scheduling, Networking, and Computer Misuse Detection

High-Performance Incremental Scheduling on Massively Parallel Computers — A Global Approach (Abstract)

Min-You Wu , State University of New York at Buffalo
Wei Shu , State University of New York at Buffalo
pp. 54

High Performance Messaging on Workstations: Illinois Fast Messages (FM) for Myrinet (Abstract)

Scott Pakin , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Mario Lauria , Università di Napoli "Federico II"
Andrew Chien , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 55a

UNICORN: Misuse Detection for UNICOS™ (Abstract)

Gary G. Christoph , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Kathleen A. Jackson , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Michael C. Neuman , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Christine L. B. Siciliano , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Dennis D. Simmonds , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Cathy A. Stallings , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Joseph L. Thompson , Los Alamos National Laboratory
pp. 56
Input/Output for High Performance Systems

Server-Directed Collective I/O in Panda (Abstract)

K. E. Seamons , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Y. Chen , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
P. Jones , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
J. Jozwiak , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M. Winslett , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 57

Gigabit I/O for Distributed-Memory Machines: Architecture and Applications (Abstract)

Michael Hemy , Carnegie Mellon University
Peter Steenkiste , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 58

Input/Output Characteristics of Scalable Parallel Applications (Abstract)

Phyllis E. Crandall , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ruth A. Aydt , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Andrew A. Chien , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Daniel A. Reed , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 59
Architecture

Lazy Release Consistency for Hardware-Coherent Multiprocessors (Abstract)

Leonidas I. Kontothanassis , University of Rochester
Michael L. Scott , University of Rochester
Ricardo Bianchini , University of Rochester
pp. 61

Architectural Mechanisms for Explicit Communication in Shared Memory Multiprocessors (Abstract)

Umakishore Ramachandran , Georgia Institute of Technology
Gautam Shah , Georgia Institute of Technology
Anand Sivasubramaniam , Georgia Institute of Technology
Aman Singla , Georgia Institute of Technology
Ivan Yanasak , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 62
Gordon Bell Prize Finalists

Price and Performance of Simulating Wind Instruments (Abstract)

Panayotis A. Skordos , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 64

Quantum Chromodynamics Simulation on NWT (Abstract)

M. Yoshida , National Aerospace Laboratory
A. Nakamura , Yamagata University
M. Fukuda , National Aerospace Laboratory
T. Nakamura , National Aerospace Laboratory
S. Hioki , Hiroshima University
pp. 65
Applications: Fluid Dynamics

A Parallel Incompressible Flow Solver Package with a Parallel Multigrid Elliptic Kernel (Abstract)

John Z. Lou , California Institute of Technology
Robert D. Ferraro , California Institute of Technology
pp. 66

Large Eddy Simulation of a Spatially-Developing Boundary Layer (Abstract)

Xiaohua Wu , University of Vermont
Kyle D. Squires , University of Vermont
Thomas S. Lund , Stanford University
pp. 67

Parallelizing Navier-Stokes Computations on a Variety of Architectural Platforms (Abstract)

D. N. Jayasimha , Ohio State University
M. E. Hayder , NASA Lewis Research Center
S. K. Pillay , NASA Lewis Research Center
pp. 68
Compilers II

Index Array Flattening Through Program Transformation (Abstract)

Raja Das , Georgia Institute of Technology
Paul Havlak , University of Maryland at College Park
Joel Saltz , University of Maryland at College Park
Ken Kennedy , Rice University
pp. 70

An HPF Compiler for the IBM SP2 (Abstract)

Manish Gupta , IBM T.J. Watson Research
Sam Midkiff , IBM T.J. Watson Research
Edith Schonberg , IBM T.J. Watson Research
Ven Seshadri , IBM Software Solutions Division
David Shields , IBM T.J. Watson Research
Ko-Yang Wang , IBM T.J. Watson Research
Wai-Mee Ching , IBM T.J. Watson Research
Ton Ngo , IBM T.J. Watson Research
pp. 71
Performance III

The Synergetic Effect of Compiler, Architecture, and Manual Optimizations on the Performance of CFD on Multiprocessors (Abstract)

Masayuki Kuba , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Constantine D. Polychronopoulos , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kyle Gallivan , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 72

Parallel Retrograde Analysis on a Distributed System (Abstract)

Henri Bal , Vrije Universiteit
Victor Allis , Vrije Universiteit
pp. 73
Matrix Computations

Parallel Matrix-Vector Product Using Approximate Hierarchical Methods (Abstract)

Ananth Grama , University of Minnesota
Vipin Kumar , University of Minnesota
Ahmed Sameh , University of Minnesota
pp. 75
Compilers III

Automatic Data Layout for High Performance Fortran (Abstract)

Ken Kennedy , Rice University
Ulrich Kremery , Rice University
pp. 76

Controlling Application Grain Size on a Network of Workstations (Abstract)

Bruce S. Siegell , Carnegie Mellon University
Peter A. Steenkiste , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 77

A Novel Approach Towards Automatic Data Distribution (Abstract)

Jordi Garcia , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Eduard Ayguadé , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Jesús Labarta , Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
pp. 78
Applications: Ocean and Atmospheric Modeling

Performance of a Parallel Global Atmospheric Chemical Tracer Model (Abstract)

James Demmel , University of California at Berkeley
Sharon Smith , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 80
University Education

Where is the Supercomputer Software Revolution? (PDF)

Dennis Gannon , Indiana University
Vince Schuster , Portland Group
pp. 81

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Confront the Future of Supercomputing (PDF)

Robert Borchers , National Science Foundation
Tom Anderson , University of California at Berkeley
Burton Smith , Tera Computer Co.
Steven Wallach , Convex Computer Corp.
pp. 96

Information Superhighway or Road to Ruin? (PDF)

Gary Christoph , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Tsutomu Shimomura , San Diego Supercomputer Center
Gene Spafford , Purdue University
pp. 98

Are Tereflops Commercial Flops? (PDF)

Norris Parker Smith , Editor at Large
Forest Baskett , Silicon Graphics Inc.
pp. 99

Human and Technical Infrastructure: The Ohio Valley Community Health Information Experience (PDF)

Roger Guard , Ohio Valley Community Health Information Network
Doris Haag , Ohio Valley Community Health Information Network
Birsen Kaya , Ohio Valley Community Health Information Network
pp. 85

GENESIS Project: Government Education Network Educating Students through Interactive Simulations Project (PDF)

Holley Woelber , Upper Rio Grande Tech-Prep Consortium
Douglas Blanchette , Upper Rio Grande Tech-Prep Consortium
Roseanne Marsett , Upper Rio Grande Tech-Prep Consortium
Jerry Karels , Upper Rio Grande Tech-Prep Consortium
pp. 86

Legal Implications of Community Networks (PDF)

Juliet M. Oberding , Law Offices of Juliet M. Oberding
pp. 87

Scaling Issues in Community Networks (PDF)

Ken Klingenstein , University of Colorado at Boulder
pp. 94
Workshops

HPF: A User's Perspective (PDF)

Brian Smith , University of New Mexico
pp. 90

EUROPORT: Real Industrial HPC (PDF)

Francis Wray , Smith System Engineering and GMD
pp. 91

System Software and Tools for High-Performance Computing Environments (PDF)

Paul Messina , California Institute of Technology
James C. T. Pool , California Institute of Technology
Thomas Sterling , NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
pp. 94

Research Issues in Scalable I/O (PDF)

James C. T. Pool , California Institute of Technology
pp. 95
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. ii
Back Matter

Back Matter (PDF)

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