THE WORLD CONGRESS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, COMPUTER ENGINEERING,
AND APPLIED COMPUTING

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Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications

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February 2018
9781601324665
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    CSREA
  • Published
    1st February
  • ISBN 9781601324665
  • Language English
  • Pages 490 pp.
  • Size 8" x 11"
$149.95
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March 2018
9781683921981
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    CSREA
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    6th March
  • ISBN 9781683921981
  • Language English
  • Pages 490 pp.
  • Size 8" x 11"
$59.95

This volume contains the proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications (PDPTA'17).

FAULT TOLERANCE SYSTEMS AND ALGORITHMS + EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
Mapped-File Based Techniques for Fault Recovery in Parallel Simulations
New Hybrid Genetic Based Approach for Real-Time Scheduling of Multiprocessor Reconfigurable Embedded Systems
New Solutions for AI-Based Adaptive System Under Real-Time and Low-Memory Constraints

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: INTERCONNECTION NETWORKS AND TOPOLOGIES + MOBILE COMPUTING AND WIRELESS NETWORKS
New Cost-efficient Approach Based on Cross-Layer Protocol in Wireless Sensor Networks
A Distinctive Analysis of New Hybrid Overlay Approach with Classical Overlay Approaches for P2P Live Streaming
An Algorithm for Set-to-Set Disjoint Paths Problem in a Mobius Cube
Utilization Based Hybrid Overlay Approach for P2P live Streaming: A Comparative Analysis
Eqs3: Earthquake Sensing and Signaling System Using Retired Mobile Devices

DISTRIBUTED PROCESSING + WEB APPLICATIONS + BIG DATA ANALYTICS + REAL-TIME ALGORITHMS
A Novel Distributed Arithmetic Approach for Computing a Radix-2 FFT Butterfly Implementation
Performance Evaluation of System Optimal Load Balancing Schemes for Multi-User Job Distributed Systems
Self- Management SAAS Application By CBR Algorithm
Logotype Detection in Streaming Multimedia Using Apache Storm
Optimal MapReduce Job Scheduling Algorithm across Cloud Federation
Job Scheduling in a Heterogenous Distributed Computing System using a Competitive Matchmaking System

PARALLEL AND SCALABLE ALGORITHMS AND SYSTEMS, HPC, AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE + DATAFLOW PROGRAMMING
Modern Parallelization for a Dataflow Programming Environment
Pipelined Execution of a Pig Monitoring Application on a Heterogeneous Computing Environment
Parallel Construction of Edge-Disjoint Node-Independent Spanning Trees in Dense Gaussian Networks
A Flexible and Precise Batch-mode Technique for Multi-threaded GATE Simulation
New Optimal Based Steganalysis Solutions for Embedding the Hidden Information in Audio Cover Media
A Parallel Method for the Eigenpairs of the Generalized Eigenvalue Problem

PARALLEL PROCESSING + MULTICORE, GPU and GPGPU BASED UTILIZATION AND SYSTEMS
Accelerate Local Tone Mapping for High Dynamic Range Images Using OpenCL with GPU
Hyper Parallel Image Feature Extraction Applications on Modern Multicore Processors
Accelerating Motif Finding Problem Using Skip Brute-Force on CPUs and GPU's Architectures
Dynamic Performance Prediction For Chunk-wise Parallelization On Heterogeneous CPU/GPU Systems
Using GPUs to Forensically Recover Non-Addressable Data on Hardware-FTL-Backed NAND Storage
Energy Efficient Scheduling of Independent Tasks on Multicore Processors with Software Controlled Dynamic Voltage Scaling
Temperature Dispersion: Many-Core vs. Traditional Multi-Core Laplace Transform Implementation

SUSTAINABLE NETWORKING SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS FOR SAFE AND SECURE SOCIETY
A Watermarking Scheme for 3D Objects that is Robust to Molding and Casting Duplication
A Disaster-related Information Gathering Method by Focusing on Tweets Posted Immediately after Retweeting of News Posts about Kumamoto Earthquake
Operability Improvement of Twitter-based Safety Confirmation System for Disaster Situations
A Web Application for Location Recording and Rescue Request Using Twitter
Safety Confirmation System for Disaster Situations Using Wristwatch-type Terminals
Information Providing System for Commuters Unable to Get Home at the Time of Disaster by Constructing Local Network using Single-board Computers
Extraction of the Information from Tweet Data in Case of the Disaster using Visualization
Hardware Accelerator for Differentiable Neural Computer and its FPGA Implementation
Pipelined FP Array for Stream-Driven Image Processor
Priority-Based Hardware Scheduler for Self-Timed Data-Driven Processor
FPGA Implementation of Cardinality-Based Abnormal Traffic Detection Algorithm

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND PROBLEM SOLVING - MPS
Predicting Strengths of Protein-protein Interactions Through Online Regression Algorithms
Effective Computation Environment for the Traveling Salesman Problem using Three-dimensional Information
Performance Evaluation of a Combination of the Parallel Bisection Method and the Block Inverse Iteration Method with Reorthogonalization for Eigenvalue Problems on MIC processor
Consideration on Feature Extraction of Skill Level by Insertion Angle of Injection Technique
An Improvement of Augmented Implicitly Restarted Lanczos Bidiagonalization Method
Early-Modern Printed Character Recognition using Ensemble Learning
Hand Shape Recognition using the sEMG of the Upper Extremity
Validation of EEG Authentication Accuracy with Electrode Slippage
Lax Pair of Discrete Nahm Equations and its Application
On the Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Weibull Distribution with Lifetime Data of Hard Disk Drives
Clustering News to Create Sentiment Indexes that Help Predict Stock Prices
Comparison of Feature Selection Method for Diffuse Lung Disease
Generative Model of Textures Using Hierarchical Probabilistic Principal Component Analysis

LATE PAPERS - PARALLEL ALGORITHMS
Theoretical and Experimental Study of a Parallel Algorithm Solving the Matrix Chain Product Problem

Hamid R. Arabnia

Hamid R. Arabnia is Professor, Computer Science; Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supercomputing (Springer); Elected Fellow, Int'l Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine (ISIBM); The University of Georgia, Department of Computer Science.

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