IPDPS-APDCM Program: May 21, 2018 (tentative)

Each presentation will be of 25 minutes duration, which includes 5-minute question and discussion time.

Keynote (9:00-10:00)

  • Chair: Koji Nakano
  • Speaker: Yuji Shinano (ZIB)
  • Title: Massively Parallel Mixed Integer Programs (MIP) Solving: Towards Harnessing over a Million CPU Cores to Solve a Single MIP on Supercomputers

Break (10:00-10:30)

Session 1: Parallel Computing Models (10:30-12:10)

  • Chair: Satoshi Fujita
  • Survey: Computational Models for Asymmetric Read and Write Costs, Yan Gu
  • Implementation of Multioperations in Thick Control Flow Processors, Martti Forsell, Jussi Roivainen, Ville Leppänen and Jesper Larsson Träff
  • A block streaming model for irregular applications, Anup Zope and Edward Luke
  • An Optimal Parallel Algorithm for Computing the Summed Area Table on the GPU, Yutaro Emoto, Shunji Funasaka, Hiroki Tokura, Takumi Honda, Koji Nakano and Yasuaki Ito

Lunch (12:10-13:20)

Session 2: Concurrency Models (13:20-15:00)

  • Chair: Gokarna Sharma
  • Barrier Synchronization: Simplified, Generalized, and Solved without Mutual Exclusion, Alex Aravind
  • An Analysis of Multilevel Checkpoint Performance Models, Daniel Dauwe, Sudeep Pasricha, Anthony A. Maciejewski and Howard Jay Siegel
  • Combining Checkpointing and Replication for Reliable Execution of Linear Workflows, Anne Benoit, Aurélien Cavelan, Florina Ciorba, Valentin Le Fèvre and Yves Robert
  • Optimal Cooperative Checkpointing for Shared High-Performance Computing Platforms, Thomas Herault, Yves Robert, Aurelien Bouteiller, Dorian Arnold, Kurt Ferreira, George Bosilca and Jack Dongarra

Break (15:00-15:30)

Session 3: Distributed Computing and Wireless Networks (15:30-17:35)

  • Chair: Alex Aravind
  • A population protocol for uniform k-partition under global fairness, Hiroto Yasumi, Naoki Kitamura, Fukuhito Ooshita, Taisuke Izumi and Michiko Inoue
  • On the Cost of Cloud-Assistance in Tree-Structured P2P Live Streaming, Satoshi Fujita
  • Mutual Visibility for Robots with Lights Tolerating Light Faults, Gokarna Sharma
  • Joint Cooperative Protocols and Distributed Beamforming Design with Efficient Secondary User Selection for Multi-hop Cognitive Radio Networks, Wei Chen, Liang Hong, Sudeep Bhattarai, Tony Sanchez, Ebholo Ijieh, Stacie Severyn and Leonard Lightfoot
  • A Novel Handover Control Strategy Combined with Multi-hop Routing in LEO Satellite Networks, Chaofan Duan, Jing Feng, Haotian Chang, Zhikang Xu and Bin Song
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