Computational Science - ICCS 2002: International Conference Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 21-24, 2002 Proceedings, Part II

Author:   Peter M.A. Sloot ,  C.J. Kenneth Tan ,  Jack J. Dongarra ,  Alfons G. Hoekstra
Publisher:   Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
Edition:   2002 ed.
Volume:   2330
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Pages:   1115
Publication Date:   12 April 2002
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The three-volume set, LNCS 2329, LNCS 2330, and LNCS 2331, constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Computational Science, ICCS 2002, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in April 2002. The three volumes present more than 350 reviewed contributed and invited papers and span the whole range of computational science, from foundational issues in computer science and mathematics to advanced applications in virtually all application fields making use of computational techniques. These proceedings give a unique account of recent results in the field.

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Author:   Peter M.A. Sloot ,  C.J. Kenneth Tan ,  Jack J. Dongarra ,  Alfons G. Hoekstra
Publisher:   Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
Imprint:   Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
Edition:   2002 ed.
Volume:   2330
Weight:   1.827kg
ISBN:  

9783540435938


ISBN 10:   354043593
Pages:   1115
Publication Date:   12 April 2002
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  College/higher education ,  Professional & Vocational ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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Workshop Papers I.- Inverse Direct Lighting with a Monte Carlo Method and Declarative Modelling.- Light Meshes-Original Approach to Produce Soft Shadows in Ray Tracing.- Adding Synthetic Detail to Natural Terrain Using a Wavelet Approach.- The New Area Subdivision Methods for Producing Shapes of Colored Paper Mosaic.- Fast Algorithm for Triangular Mesh Simplification Based on Vertex Decimation.- Geometric Determination of the Spheres which Are Tangent to Four Given Ones.- Metamorphosis of Non-homeomorphic Objects.- Bezier surfaces of minimal area.- Transformation of a Dynamic B-spline Curve Into Piecewise Power Basis Representation.- Rapid Generation of C 2 Continuous Blending Surfaces.- Interactive Multi-volume Visualization.- Efficient Implementation of Multiresolution Triangle Strips.- The Hybrid Octree: Towards the Definition of a Multiresolution Hybrid Framework.- Interactive Hairstyle Modeling Using a Sketching Interface.- Orthogonal Cross Cylinder Using Segmentation Based Environment Modeling.- Helping the Designer in Solution Selection: Applications in CAD.- Polar Isodistance Curves on Parametric Surfaces.- Total Variation Regularization for Edge Preserving 3D SPECT Imaging in High Performance Computing Environments.- Computer Graphics Techniques for Realistic Modeling, Rendering and Animation of Water. Part I: 1980-88.- Computer Graphics Techniques for Realistic Modeling, Rendering and Animation of Water. Part II: 1989-1997.- A Case Study in Geometric Constructions.- Interactive versus Symbolic Approaches to Plane Loci Generation in Dynamic Geometry Environments.- Deformations Expressed as Displacement Maps An Easy Way to Combine Deformations.- A Property on Singularities of NURBS Curves.- Interactive Deformation of Irregular Surface Models.- Bandwidth Reduction Techniques for Remote Navigation Systems.- OSCONVR: An Interactive Virtual Reality Interface to an Object-Oriented Database System for Construction Architectural Design.- Internet Client Graphics Generation Using XML Formats.- The Compression of the Normal Vectors of 3D Mesh Models Using Clustering.- Semi-metric Formal 3D Reconstruction from Perspective Sketches.- Reconstruction of Surfaces from Scan Paths.- Extending Neural Networks for B-Spline Surface Reconstruction.- Computational Geometry and Spatial Meshes.- Workshop Papers I.- A Combinatorial Scheme for Developing Efficient Composite Solvers.- Parallel and Fully Recursive Multifrontal Supernodal Sparse Cholesky.- Parallel Iterative Methods in Modern Physical Applications.- Solving Unsymmetric Sparse Systems of Linear Equations with PARDISO.- A Multipole Approach for Preconditioners.- Orthogonal Method for Linear Systems. Preconditioning.- Antithetic Monte Carlo Linear Solver.- Restarted Simpler GMRES Augmented with Harmonic Ritz Vectors.- A Projection Method for a Rational Eigenvalue Problem in Fluid-Structure Interaction.- On Implementation of Vector Gauss Method for Solving Large-Scale Systems of Index 1 Differential-Algebraic Equations.- One Class of Splitting Iterative Schemes.- Filtration-Convection Problem: Spectral-Difference Method and Preservation of Cosymmetry.- A Comparative Study of Dirichlet and Neumann Conditions for Path Planning through Harmonic Functions.- Adaptation and Assessment of a High Resolution Semi-Discrete Numerical Scheme for Hyperbolic Systems with Source Terms and Stiffness.- The Computational Modeling of Crystalline Materials Using a Stochastic Variational Principle.- Realization of the Finite Mass Method.- Domain Decomposition Using a 2- Level Correction Scheme.- Computational Models for Materials with Shape Memory: Towards a Systematic Description of Coupled Phenomena.- Calculation of Thermal State of Bodies with Multilayer Coatings.- An Irregular Grid Method for Solving High- Dimensional Problems in Finance.- On Polynomial and Polynomial Matrix Interpolation.- Comparing the Performance of Solvers for a Bioelectric Field Problem.- Iteration Revisited Examples From a General Theory.- A New Prime Edge Length Crystallographic FFT.- Workshop Papers I.- TopoMon: A Monitoring Tool for Grid Network Topology.- Logistical Storage Resources for the Grid.- Towards the Design of an Active Grid.- An Active Reliable Multicast Framework for the Grids.- Workshop Papers I.- A Parallel Quasi-Monte Carlo Method for Solving Systems of Linear Equations.- Mixed Monte Carlo Parallel Algorithms for Matrix Computation.- Numerical Experiments with Monte Carlo Methods and SPAI Preconditioner for Solving System of Linear Equations.- Measuring the Performance of a Power PC Cluster.- Monte Carlo Techniques for Estimating the Fiedler Vector in Graph Applications.- Workshop Papers I.- Peer-to-Peer Computing Enabled Collaboration.- Working Towards Strong Wireless Group Communications: The Janus Architecture.- Towards Mobile Computational Application Steering: Visualizing The Spatial Characteristics of Metropolitan Area Wireless Networks.- Hungarian Supercomputing Grid.- The Construction of a Reliable Multipeer Communication Protocol for Distributed Virtual Environments..- Process Oriented Design for Java: Concurrency for All.- Collaborative Computing and E-learning.- CSP Networking for Java (JCSP.net).- The MICROBE Benchmarking Toolkit for Java: a Component-Based Approach.- Distributed Peer-to-Peer Control in Harness.- A Comparison of Conventional Distributed Computing Environments and Computational Grids.- Workshop Papers I.- Developing Grid Based Infrastructure for Climate Modeling.- A Real Application of the Model Coupling Toolkit.- Simplifying the Task of Generating Climate Simulations and Visualizations.- On the Computation of Mass Fluxes for Eulerian Transport Models from Spectral Meteorological Fields.- Designing a Flexible Grid Enabled Scientific Modeling Interface.- Workshop Papers I.- Parallel Contact Detection Strategies for Cable and Membrane Structures.- A Parallel Domain Decomposition Algorithm for the Adaptive Finite Element Solution of 3-D Convection-Diffusion Problems.- Parallel Performance in Multi-physics Simulation.- A Parallel Finite Volume Method for Aerodynamic Flows.- Workshop Papers I.- An Extensible Compiler for Creating Scriptable Scientific Software.- Guard: A Tool for Migrating Scientific Applications to the .NET Framework.- Lithium: A Structured Parallel Programming Environment inJa va.- Using the TrustME Tool Suite for Automatic Component Protocol Adaptation.- Integrating CUMULVS into AVS/Express.- Monitoring System for Distributed Java Applications.- A Concept of Portable Monitoring of Multithreaded Programs.- dproc - Extensible Run-Time Resource Monitoring for Cluster Applications.- A Comparison of Counting and Sampling Modes of Using Performance Monitoring Hardware.- Debugging Large-Scale, Long-Running Parallel Programs.- Performance Prediction for Parallel Iterative Solvers.- Improving Data Locality Using Dynamic Page Migration Based on Memory Access Histograms.- Multiphase Mesh Partitioning for Parallel Computational Mechanics Codes.- The Shared Memory Parallelisation of an Ocean Modelling Code Using an Interactive Parallelisation Toolkit.- Dynamic Load Equilibration for Cyclic Applications in Distributed Systems.- 3G Medicine - The Integration of Technologies.- Architecture of Secure Portable and Interoperable Electronic Health Records.- Designing for change and reusability - Using XML, XSL, and MPEG-7 for developing professional health Information systems.- Personal LocationMessaging.- The E-CARE Project - Removing the Wires.- Workshop Papers I.- Automatic Generation of Efficient Adjoint Code for a Parallel Navier-Stokes Solver.- Switchback: Profile-Driven Recomputation for Reverse Mode.- Reducing the Memory Requirement in Reverse Mode Automatic Differentiation by Solving TBR Flow Equations.- The Implementation and Testing of Time-minimal and Resource-optimal Parallel Reversal Schedules.- Automatic Differentiation for Nonlinear Controller Design.- Computation of Sensitivity Information for Aircraft Design by Automatic Differentiation.- Performance Issues for Vertex Elimination Methods in Computing Jacobians using Automatic Differentiation.- Making Automatic Differentiation Truly Automatic: Coupling PETSc with ADIC.- Improved Interval Constraint Propagation for Constraints on Partial Derivatives.

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