This is an archived page of the 2000 conference

technical papers


IA32 Architecture and IA 64 Architecture
-Sunil Saxena, Intel

The Linux Kernel and Internals for Scientific Cluster Users
-Pete Beckman and Trammi Hudson, TurboLinux, Inc.

Effective Compiler Utilization
-Eric Stoltz, The Portland Group

DEEP Tutorial: Parallel Performance Profiling at the Source Code Level
-David McNamara, Pacific-Sierra Research

TotalView Debugger
-Luiz DeRose, IBM ACTC

Vampir MPI Performance Profiling
-Werner Krotz-Vogel, Palla


Linux and Commodity PC Clusters: The HPCC Phase Change
-Dan Reed, NCSA

Applications I

Comparing Clusters and Supercomputers for Lattice QCD
-Steven Gottlieb, Professor of Physics, Indiana University

Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulence with a PC/Linux Cluster: Fact or Fiction?
-George Em Karniadakis, Professor, Brown University

Applications II

Automatically Tuned Linear Algebra Software (ATLAS)
-Clint Whaley, Univeristy of Tennessee, Knoxville

DynaProf and PAPI: An Object Code Instrumentation System for Dynamic Profiling
-Phil Mucci, IBM ACTC/University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Applications III

High-Resolution Weather Forecasting on Linux Superclusters
-Daniel Weber, University of Oklahoma

Binary Black Hole Simulations on Clusters
-David Neilsen, University of Texas

Clusters I

Scalable Cluster Interconnect: Overview and Technology
-Charles L. Seitz, President and CEO, Myricom, Inc

The Linux/IA64 Project
-Khalid Aziz, Hewlett-Packard

Clusters II

Cplant Architecture
-Rolf Riesen, Sandia National Laboratories

Clusters for a Multi-User, Production Computing Environment
-Rob Eades, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

From Beowulf and to the HIVE
-John Dorband, NASA Goddard

Clusters III

PowerPC Linux
-Gregory P. Rodgers, IBM

Building a Computational Grid

Clustering Ohio: From the TeraFlop to the Desktop
-Al Stutz, Ohio Supercomputer Center

Grid Security: The Alliance PKI
-Scott Koranda, NCSA, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign

Overview of the Alliance Virtual Machine Room (VMR)
-John Towns, NCSA, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign


Portals 3.0: A High-Performance, Message-Passing Layer Supporting Application-Bypass
-Arthur B. (Barney) Maccabe, University of New Mexico

MPICH on Clusters: Future Directions
-Rajeev Thakur, Argonne National Laboratory

M-VIA and MVICH: Status and Future Plans
-Michael L. Welcome, NERSC Future Technologies Group