Friday, March 14

4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Chair: Greg Astfalk, Convex Computer/Hewlett-Packard Company
Greenway A-B

Applications II

4:00 Coupling Parallel Scientific and Visualization Programs to Construct a Problem Solving Environment
Peter H. Beckman, John Reynders, and Marydell Tholburn, Los Alamos National Laboratory
4:20 Automated Modeling of Parallel Algorithms for Performance Optimization and Prediction
Robert C. Durie and Adam W. Bojanczyk, Cornell University
4:40 Implicit Finite Element Applications: A Case for Matching the Number of Processors to the Dynamics of the Program Execution
Meenakshi A. Kandaswamy and Valerie E. Taylor, Northwestern University, and Rudolf Eigenmann and José A. B. Fortes, Purdue University
5:00 Earthquake Ground Motion Modeling in Large Heterogeneous Basins on Parallel Computers
Jacobo Bielak, Hesheng Bao, Omar Ghattas, Loukas Kallivokas, David O'Hallaron, Jonathan Shewchuk, and Jifeng Xu, Carnegie Mellon University
5:20 A High Resolution Finite Volume Method For Efficient Parallel Simulation of Casting Processes on Unstructured Meshes
Douglas B. Kothe, and John A. Turner, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Robert C. Ferrell, Cambridge Power Computing Associates, Ltd., Brookline, MA; and S. J. Mosso, Los Alamos National Laboratory
5:40 Case Studies in Protein Structure Prediction with Real-Valued Genetic Algorithms
Charles E. Kaiser, Laurence D. Merkle, and Gary B. Lamont, Air Force Institute of Technology, George H. Gates, Jr., and Ruth Pachter, Wright Laboratory

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