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Proceedings of the 29th Annual Hawaii International Conferenceon SystemSciences-1996 Introduction to Partitioning and Scheduling Minitrack
 

Summary: Proceedings of the 29th Annual Hawaii International Conferenceon SystemSciences- 1996
Introduction to Partitioning and Scheduling Minitrack
Ishfaq Ahmad Horst D. Simon Tao Yang
Dept. of Computer Science Silicon Graphics Dept. of Computer Science
Hong Kong Univ. of Sci.&Tech. Mail Stop 7L-580 University of California
Kowloon, Hong Kong Mt. View, CA 94043 Santa Barbara, CA 93106
High performance computing in massively parallel
processors and a network of workstations has been a
major research focus in recent years. The goal of par-
titioning and scheduling is to efficiently decompose
and execute application programs on such an envi-
ronment. We have received a number of high quality
papers submitted for this minitrack and we are only
able to accept one-third of the submissions as regu-
lar papers and select three extended abstracts from
the submissions. The papers contributed to this mini-
track address many important issues in partitioning
and scheduling. A summary of these papers is listed
below.
Lee and Chen propose a dynamic programming al-

  

Source: Ahmad, Ishfaq - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences