Computational Science – ICCS 2005

5th International Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA, May 22-25, 2005. Proceedings, Part I

  • Vaidy S. Sunderam
  • Geert Dick van Albada
  • Peter M. A. Sloot
  • Jack J. Dongarra
Conference proceedings ICCS 2005

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3514)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Numerical Methods

    1. Hongtao Xu, Timothy S. Newman
      Pages 9-16
    2. G. Flores-Becerra, Victor M. Garcia, Antonio M. Vidal
      Pages 17-24
    3. P. -A. Absil, C. G. Baker, K. A. Gallivan, A. Sameh
      Pages 33-41
    4. Gennady Yur’evich Kulikov, Sergey Konstantinovich Shindin
      Pages 42-49
    5. David S. Bindel, James W. Demmel, Mark J. Friedman, Willy J. F. Govaerts, Yuri A. Kuznetsov
      Pages 50-57
    6. Fred T. Tracy, Barbara P. Donnell, Stacy E. Howington, Jeffrey L. Hensley
      Pages 66-73
    7. J. A. R. Blais, D. A. Provins, M. A. Soofi
      Pages 74-81
  3. Algorithms and Computational Kernels

    1. Qi Zhu, Shaohua Tan, Ying Qiao
      Pages 90-98
    2. Eduardo F. D’Azevedo, Mark R. Fahey, Richard T. Mills
      Pages 99-106
    3. Zizhong Chen, Jack Dongarra
      Pages 115-122
    4. Shujun Li, Elise de Doncker, Karlis Kaugars
      Pages 123-130
    5. Suna Ertunc, Bulent Akay, Hale Hapoglu, Mustafa Alpbaz
      Pages 147-154
    6. Albert Hartono, Alexander Sibiryakov, Marcel Nooijen, Gerald Baumgartner, David E. Bernholdt, So Hirata et al.
      Pages 155-164
    7. Elise de Doncker, Shujun Li, Yoshimitsu Shimizu, Junpei Fujimoto, Fukuko Yuasa
      Pages 165-171
  4. Nonnumerical Algorithms

  5. Parallel Algorithms

    1. Pedro Alonso, Antonio Manuel Vidal
      Pages 220-228
    2. Pedro V. Alberti, Victor M. García, Antonio M. Vidal
      Pages 229-236
    3. Ioana Banicescu, Ricolindo L. Cariño, Jane L. Harvill, John Patrick Lestrade
      Pages 237-244
    4. Konrad Malkowski, Padma Raghavan
      Pages 245-255
    5. Amik St.-Cyr, Stephen J. Thomas
      Pages 256-262
  6. Environments and Libraries

    1. M. Friedman, W. Govaerts, Yu. A. Kuznetsov, B. Sautois
      Pages 263-270
    2. Hervé Bolvin, André Chambarel, Philippe Neveux
      Pages 271-278
    3. Andrea Lani, Tiago Quintino, Dries Kimpe, Herman Deconinck, Stefan Vandewalle, Stefaan Poedts
      Pages 279-286
    4. Lilit Abrahamyan, Jorrit A. Schaap, Alfons G. Hoekstra, Denis Shamonin, Frieke M. A. Box, Rob J. van der Geest et al.
      Pages 287-294
    5. Walter Schreppers, Franky Backeljauw, Annie Cuyt
      Pages 295-303
  7. Performance and Scalability

  8. Programming Techniques

    1. Mikel Luján, Anila Usman, Patrick Hardie, T. L. Freeman, John R. Gurd
      Pages 364-371
    2. Wael R. Elwasif, Donald B. Batchelor, David E. Bernholdt, Lee A. Berry, Ed F. D’Azevedo, Wayne A. Houlberg et al.
      Pages 372-379
  9. Networks and Distributed Algorithms

Other volumes

  1. Computational Science – ICCS 2005
    5th International Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA, May 22-25, 2005. Proceedings, Part I
  2. 5th International Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA, May 22-25, 2005. Proceedings, Part II
  3. 5th International Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA, May 22-25, 2005, Proceedings, Part III

About these proceedings


The Fifth International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS 2005) held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, May 22–25, 2005, continued in the tradition of p- vious conferences in the series: ICCS 2004 in Krakow, Poland; ICCS 2003 held simultaneously at two locations, in Melbourne, Australia and St. Petersburg, Russia; ICCS 2002 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands; and ICCS 2001 in San Francisco, California, USA. Computational science is rapidly maturing as a mainstream discipline. It is central to an ever-expanding variety of ?elds in which computational methods and tools enable new discoveries with greater accuracy and speed. ICCS 2005 wasorganizedasaforumforscientistsfromthecoredisciplinesofcomputational science and numerous application areas to discuss and exchange ideas, results, and future directions. ICCS participants included researchers from many app- cation domains, including those interested in advanced computational methods for physics, chemistry, life sciences, engineering, economics and ?nance, arts and humanities, as well as computer system vendors and software developers. The primary objectives of this conference were to discuss problems and solutions in allareas,toidentifynewissues,toshapefuturedirectionsofresearch,andtohelp users apply various advanced computational techniques. The event highlighted recent developments in algorithms, computational kernels, next generation c- puting systems, tools, advanced numerical methods, data-driven systems, and emerging application ?elds, such as complex systems, ?nance, bioinformatics, computational aspects of wireless and mobile networks, graphics, and hybrid computation.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Vaidy S. Sunderam
    • 1
  • Geert Dick van Albada
    • 2
  • Peter M. A. Sloot
    • 3
  • Jack J. Dongarra
    • 4
  1. 1.Department of Mathematics and Computer ScienceEmory UniversityAtlantaUSA
  2. 2.Department of Mathematics and Computer ScienceUniversity of AmsterdamAmsterdamThe Netherlands
  3. 3.Faculty of Sciences, Section of Computational ScienceUniversity of AmsterdamAmsterdamThe Netherlands
  4. 4.Computer Science DepartmentUniversity of TennesseeKnoxvilleUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-26032-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-32111-8
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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