Advanced Parallel Processing Technologies: 5th International by Xiaofeng Hu, Zhigang Sun, Xicheng Lu, Jinshu Su (auth.),

By Xiaofeng Hu, Zhigang Sun, Xicheng Lu, Jinshu Su (auth.), Xingming Zhou, Ming Xu, Stefan Jähnichen, Jiannong Cao (eds.)

This quantity includes the papers provided on the fifth overseas Workshop on complex Parallel Processing applied sciences, APPT 2003. This sequence of workshops is designed to bolster the cooperation among the German and chinese language associations lively within the sector of those applied sciences. It has endured to develop, offering an exceptional discussion board for reporting advances in parallel processing applied sciences. The fifth workshop itself addressed the full gamut of comparable themes, starting from the architectural facets of parallel machine and process software program to the utilized applied sciences for novel purposes. For this workshop, we got over 191 complete submissions from researchers worldwide. the entire papers have been peer-reviewed extensive and qualitatively graded on their relevance, originality, signi?cance, presentation, and the general appropriateness for his or her recognition. Any matters raised have been mentioned within the application committee. The organizing committee did an exceptional activity in making a choice on seventy eight papers (Among them, 21 have been brief ones) for presentation. briefly, the papers integrated the following characterize the leading edge of study from China, Germany, and the opposite countries.

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A Highly Efficient FC-SAN Based on Load Stream 37 At initialization of the system, program dd(a block copy program under the UNIXlike system) is applied to completely contents copy of DOM directly to the RAMbased DISK. When the system is running, three methods can be adopted for the files copy, file compression method, directly complete copy method and LOG file system. In the real system, the second method above is applied, with a speed of one copy per 60*6 seconds, namely a capacity of 512M from RAM to DOM per 60*6 seconds.

The example program. (a) the source codes of FIR filter program; (b) the host program for execution on LEAP; (c) the slave program running on LEAP array; (d) the data-flow graph for the innermost loop; (e) the data-flow graph for the innermost loop by 2 fold unrolling on index j; (f) the pseudo instructions for the innermost loop; (g) the source codes for optimization by 2 fold unrolling on index j; (h) the source codes for optimization by 4 fold unrolling on index j. cycles. There are 2 read channels and 1 store channel between each PE and its local cache.

Therefore, a method to guarantee the consistency of the file system based on RAMDISK with general hard disk is inevitable. 3. A processing thread in kernel is responsible for reading out SCSI commands and messages from SCSI command queue and message queue respectively. If SCSI command instructs to read or write large data, the processing thread of SCSI target simulator then passes the command to the SCSI sub-system of the immediate lower layer, which fully processes the command, performs SCSI disk operations and waits for the sub-system to return results.

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