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The poster presentations are organized by themes to enhance interaction between presenters and attendees. There will be a reception during the session. The organizing committee will be awarding prizes for the three best poster presentations.

| Simulation | Partial Differential Equations | Performance and Benchmarks | Iterative Methods | Linear Algebra and Applications | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Message Passing and Networking | Software Tools, Environments and Libraries | Compilers and Languages | Parallel Algorithms and Applications |

**Parallel Applications of a Schwarz Preconditioned Krylov Solver for Nuclear Power Plant Simulation**- John Steill,
*Thomas J. Downar*, and Jen-Ying Wu, Purdue University **Three Dimensional Monte Carlo Device Simulation with a Parallel Multigrid Solver***C.K. Sandalci*, Ç. K. Koç, and S.M. Goodnick, Oregon State University**On the Accuracy of Anderson's Fast N-Body Algorithm***Y. Charlie Hu*, Harvard University, and S. Lennart Johnsson, Harvard University and University of Houston**Parallelization and Automatic Data Distribution for Nuclear Reactor Simulations**- Lorie M. Liebrock, Liebrock-Hicks Research, Calumet, MI

**Parallel Domain Decomposition Method for Nonconforming Approximations of Elliptic Problems On Nonmatching Grids**- Serguei Maliassov, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
**Parallel Processing to solve EDP Elliptic***Xiomara Contreras*, Mariela Curiel, and Angela Di Serio, Universidad Simón Bolí var, Venezuela**Parallel Implementation of a Data-Transpose Technique for the Solution of Poisson's Equation in Cylindrical Coordinates***Howard S. Cohl*, Joel E. Tohline, and Xian-He Sun, Louisiana State University**Using Domain Decomposition Method and Local AMR Scheme to Solve a Class of Nonlinear Parabolic PDE**- Hongyi Yu, Tulane University
**Domain Decomposition Method for Solving Three-Dimensional Parabolic Differential Equations Arising in Thermal Analysis in X-Ray Lithography***Weizhong Dai*, Raja Nassar, and Danqing Jiang, Louisiana Tech University**Runtime Support System for Parallel Iterative PDE Computations**- Nikos P. Chrisochoides, Cornell University

**A Real-Time Parallel Benchmark Suite**- Brian VanVoorst,
*Luiz Pires*, and Rakesh Jha, Honeywell Technology Center, Minneapolis **A Framework for Performance Prediction of Parallel Systems Based on Workload Similarity***Abdullah I. Meajil*and Tarek El-Ghazawi, George Washington University**Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation Parallel Benchmarks: A Characterization Study**- Abdullah I. Meajil, George Washington University
**The Computational Action Norm and the Principle of Computational Least Action**- Robert W. Numrich, Cray Research Inc.
**An Iterative Algorithm Using Probabilistic Automata for Predicting the Performance of Parallel Computers***Raj S. Katti*and Huaan Zhang, North Dakota State University**Compile-Time Partitioning of Three-Dimensional Iteration Spaces**- Rizos Sakellariou, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

**A Parallel Preconditioned Bi-Conjugate Gradient Algorithm for Two-Dimensional Elliptic and Parabolic Equations Using Hermite Collocation***Stephen H. Brill*and George F. Pinder, University of Vermont**Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient Methods for Manufacturing Systems***Wai Ki Ching*, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong**Construction of a Parallel GMRES(k) Solver***Elise de Doncker*and Ajay Gupta, Western Michigan University**Scalability Analysis of CGLS Algorithm for Sparse Least Squares Problems on Massively Distributed Memory Computers**- Tianruo Yang, Linköping University, Sweden
**Data Distribution Analysis of MCGLS for Parallel Least Squares Problems**- Tianruo Yang, Linköping University, Sweden
**Accelerating Iterative Methods by Inducing Sparsity in the Residual Vector***Todd Goehring*and Daniel Boley, University of Minnesota, Minneaspolis**Nullspace Projected Arnoldi Method for Finding Stationary Values of Constrained Quadratic Ratios and Parallel Implementation***Chang Peng*and Daniel Boley, University of Minnesota, Minneaspolis

**A Comparison of the Solution of the Symmetric Eigenvalue Problem with ScaLAPACK and Jacobi Methods**- Domingo Giménez, University of Murcia, Spain
**Tradeoffs and Performance Results of the Banded PRISM Eigensolver**- Christian Bischof and William George, Argonne National
Laboratory; Steven Huss-Lederman, University of Wisconsin, Madison;
Xiaobai Sun, Duke University; Anna Tsao and Tom Turnbull, Center
for Computing Sciences, Bowie, MD; and
*Yuan-Jye Jason Wu*, Argonne National Laboratory **Parallel Threshold-Based ILU Factorization***George Karypis*and Vipin Kumar, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis**Orthogonal Reduction of Dense Matrices to Bidiagonal Form on Computers with Distributed Memory Architectures**- Sergey Kuznetsov, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
**New Parallel Solvers for Tridiagonal Equations**- Ying Hou, XiaoMei Li, Changsha Institute of Technology, People's Republic of China
**A Limited-Memory Parallel Incomplete LU Factorization**- Ali Bouaricha and
*Mounir Hahad*, Silvaco International, Santa Clara **Optimal Parallel Algorithms for Matrix Multiplication**- Eunice E. Santos, Lehigh University
**State Space Modeling and High Performance Computing of Multivariate Time Series**- Celso Pascoli Bottura,
*Gilmar Barreto*, and Maurício José Bordon, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brasil, and Jose Tarcisio Costa Filho, Universidade Federal do Maranhão, Brazil

**Interactive Visualization and Steering of Parallel CFD Methods***B. David Semeraro*, Phil Papadopoulous, and James Kohl, Oak Ridge National Laboratory**Solution of Multiobjective MDO Using Parallel Genetic Algorithm***Raino A.E. Mäkinen*and Jari Toivanen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland**Parallel Domain Decomposition Methods in Fluid Models with Monte Carlo Transport***Henry J. Alme*and Garry H. Rodrigue, University of California, Davis and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and George B. Zimmerman, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory**Discrete Evolution of 2D Turbulence with Injection on Cray T3D**- Françoise Bataille, Centre de Thermique de Lyon, INSA Lyon,
France, and
*Marc Daumas*, Laboratoire de l'Informatique du Parallélisme, ENS Lyon, France

**PVMPI Provides Interoperability Between MPI Implementations**- Jack J. Dongarra, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University
of Tennessee, Knoxville, Graham E. Fagg, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, and
*Al Geist*, Oak Ridge National Laboratory **DATIS: A Data Transfer Interface for SPMD Programs of Scientific Computing***Xiang Yu*, Princeton University, and Xiaoge Wang, Tsinghua University, People's Republic of China**Wide-Area ATM Networking for Large-Scale MPPs***Philip M. Papadopoulos*and Al Geist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory**Communication Performance Modeling and Its Effect on Parallel Computation Performance of Networked Parallel Computing Environment***Meng Jie*and Li Sanli, Tsinghua University, People's Republic of China

**CUMULVS: Collaborative Infrastructure for Developing Distributed Simulations***James Arthur Kohl*, Philip M. Papadopoulos, and Al Geist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory**Step by Step Transformation of a Fortran 90 Program in HPF, using HBF Builder***Jean-Luc Dekeyser*and Christian Lefebvre, University of Lille, France**OVERTURE: An Object-Oriented Software System for Solving Partial Differential Equations in Serial and Parallel Environments***David L. Brown*, Geoffrey S. Chesshire, William D. Henshaw, and Daniel J. Quinlan, Los Alamos National Laboratory**A Further Proposal for a Fortran-90 Interface for LAPACK**- L. Susan Blackford and Jack J. Dongarra, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Jeremy Du Croz and Sven Hammarling, Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd., United Kingdom; and
*Jerzy Wásniewski*, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark **SOLAR, a Portable Library for Scalable Out-of-Core Linear Algebra Computations***Sivan Toledo*and Fred G. Gustavson, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center**PINEAPL: A European Project to Develop Parallel Numerical Library Software for Industrial Applications***Stef Salvini*and Sven Hammarling, The Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd, United Kingdom, and Thomas Christensen, Math-Tech ApS, Denmark

**Evaluation of High Performance Fortran Compilers in the Implementation of the Shock Tube Problem***Kevin P. Roe*and Piyush Mehrotra, ICASE, NASA Langley Research Center**MC++: Parallel, Portable, Monte Carlo Neutron Transport Code in C++***Stephen R. Lee*and Julian C. Cummings, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Steven D. Nolen, Texas A&M University and Los Alamos National Laboratory**Tip C++: A Parallel Programming Model Based on The Abstract Structural Shared Memory***Tong Sun*Sanli Li, and Guilin Zhou, Tsinghua University, People's Republic of China; and Yanheng Zheng, Xianghai University, People's Republic of China**A Data-Parallel Extension to Split-C**- Joan D. Lukas, Kenneth Newman, and
*John P. Sullivan*, University of Massachusetts

**Efficient Parallel FFTs for Different Computational Models***Nadia Shalaby*, Harvard University**A Practical Parallel Algorithm for Delaunay Triangulation***Jeff Griffith*and Mark T. Jones, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Paul E. Plassmann, Argonne National Laboratory**Dynamic Load Balancing With Geometric Locality***Bruce Hendrickson*and Steve Plimpton, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque**Parallel Computation of the Minimal Crossing Number of a Graph**- Umid Tadjiev and
*Frederick C. Harris, Jr.*, University of Nevada **Parallel Algorithms for Interval Polynomial Interpolation**- Chenyi Hu, University of Houston-Downtown
**Efficient Parallel Computing of a Longest Common Subsequence of Three Strings***Jean Frédé ric Myoupo*and Guillaume Luce, Université de Picardie-Jules Verne, France**Parallelization of SNePS --- A Semantic Network Processing System**- Chain-Wu Lee and
*Min-You Wu*, State University of New York, Buffalo

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