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## Proceedings of the 2022 SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (pp)

## Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of five International Workshops held as parallel events of the 18th IFIP WG 12.5 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations, AIAI 2022, virtually and in Hersonissos, Crete, Greece, in June 2022: the 11th Mining Humanistic Data Workshop (MHDW 2022); the 7th 5G-Putting Intelligence to the Network Edge Workshop (5G-PINE 2022); the 1st workshop on AI in Energy, Building and Micro-Grids (AIBMG 2022); the 1st Workshop/Special Session on Machine Learning and Big Data in Health Care ([email protected] 2022); and the 2nd Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (AIBEI 2022). The 35 full papers presented at these workshops were carefully reviewed and selected from 74 submissions.
## Network Science

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Conference and School of Network Science, NetSci-X 2022, held in Porto, Portugal, in February 2021. The 13 full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 19 submissions. The papers deal with the study of network models in domains ranging from biology and physics to computer science, from financial markets to cultural integration, and from social media to infectious diseases.
## Euro-Par 2022: Parallel Processing

This book constitutes the proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing, Euro-Par 2022, held in GLasgow, UK, in August 2022. The 25 full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 102 submissions. The conference Euro-Par 2022 covers all aspects of parallel and distributed computing, ranging from theory to practice, scaling from the smallest to the largest parallel and distributed systems, from fundamental computational problems and models to full-fledged applications, from architecture and interface design and implementation to tools, infrastructures and applications.
## High Performance Computing

This book constitutes revised selected papers of the 8th Latin American High Performance Computing Conference, CARLA 2021, held in Guadalajara, Mexico, in October 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the conference was held in a virtual mode. The 16 revised full papers and 2 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected out of 45 submissions. The papers included in this book are organized according to the topics on high performance computing; high performance computing and artificial intelligence; high performance computing applications.
## Approximate Solution of Non-Symmetric Generalized Eigenvalue Problems and Linear Matrix Equations on HPC Platforms

The solution of the generalized eigenvalue problem is one of the computationally most challenging operations in the field of numerical linear algebra. A well known algorithm for this purpose is the QZ algorithm. Although it has been improved for decades and is available in many software packages by now, its performance is unsatisfying for medium and large scale problems on current computer architectures. In this thesis, a replacement for the QZ algorithm is developed. The design of the new spectral divide and conquer algorithms is oriented towards the capabilities of current computer architectures, including the support for accelerator devices. The thesis describes the co-design of the underlying mathematical ideas and the hardware aspects. Closely connected with the generalized eigenvalue value problem, the solution of Sylvester-like matrix equations is the concern of the second part of this work. Following the co-design approach, introduced in the first part of this thesis, a flexible framework covering (generalized) Sylvester, Lyapunov, and Stein equations is developed. The combination of the new algorithms for the generalized eigenvalue problem and the Sylvester-like equation solves problems within an hour, whose solution took several days incorporating the QZ and the Bartels-Stewart algorithm.
## Distributed Sensor Networks

The best-selling Distributed Sensor Networks became the definitive guide to understanding this far-reaching technology. Preserving the excellence and accessibility of its predecessor, Distributed Sensor Networks, Second Edition once again provides all the fundamentals and applications in one complete, self-contained source. Ideal as a tutorial for students or as research material for engineers, the book gives readers up-to-date, practical insight on all aspects of the field.This two volume set, this second edition has been revised and expanded with over 500 additional pages and more than 300 new illustrations. This edition incorporates contributions from many veterans of the DARPA ISO SENSIT program as well as new material from distinguished researchers in the field. It offers 13 fully revised chapters and 22 new chapters, covering new perspectives on information fusion, the latest technical developments, and current sensor network applications. Volume 1 Image and Sensor Signal Processing includes: Distributed Sensing and Signal Processing; Information Fusion; and Power Management. Volume 2 Sensor Networking and Applications includes: Sensor Deployment; Adaptive Tasking; Self-Configuration; System Control; and Engineering Examples.
## Numerical Modeling Strategies for Sustainable Concrete Structures

This volume highlights the latest advances, innovations, and applications in the field of sustainable concrete structures, as presented by scientists and engineers at the RILEM International Conference on Numerical Modeling Strategies for Sustainable Concrete Structures (SSCS), held in Marseille, France, on July 4-6, 2022. It demonstrates that numerical methods (finite elements, finite volumes, finite differences) are a relevant response to the challenge to optimize the utilization of cement in concrete constructions while checking that these constructions have a lifespan compatible with the stakes of sustainable development. They are indeed accurate tools for an optimized design of concrete constructions, and allow us to consider all types of complexities: for example, those linked to rheological, physicochemical and mechanical properties of concrete, those linked to the geometry of the structures or even to the environmental boundary conditions. This optimization must also respect constraints of time, money, security, energy, CO2 emissions, and, more generally, life cycle more reliably than the codes and analytical approaches currently used. Numerical methods are, undoubtedly, the best calculation tools at the service of concrete eco-construction. The contributions present traditional and new ideas that will open novel research directions and foster multidisciplinary collaboration between different specialists.
## Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 33rd International Workshop on Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing, LCPC 2020, held in Stony Brook, NY, USA, in October 2020. Due to COVID-19 pandemic the conference was held virtually. The 15 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 19 submissions. The contributions were organized in topical sections named as follows: Code and Data Transformations; OpenMP and Fortran; Domain Specific Compilation; Machine Language and Quantum Computing; Performance Analysis; Code Generation.
## Automatic Parallelization

Compiling for parallelism is a longstanding topic of compiler research. This book describes the fundamental principles of compiling "regular" numerical programs for parallelism. We begin with an explanation of analyses that allow a compiler to understand the interaction of data reads and writes in different statements and loop iterations during program execution. These analyses include dependence analysis, use-def analysis and pointer analysis. Next, we describe how the results of these analyses are used to enable transformations that make loops more amenable to parallelization, and discuss transformations that expose parallelism to target shared memory multicore and vector processors. We then discuss some problems that arise when parallelizing programs for execution on distributed memory machines. Finally, we conclude with an overview of solving Diophantine equations and suggestions for further readings in the topics of this book to enable the interested reader to delve deeper into the field. Table of Contents: Introduction and overview / Dependence analysis, dependence graphs and alias analysis / Program parallelization / Transformations to modify and eliminate dependences / Transformation of iterative and recursive constructs / Compiling for distributed memory machines / Solving Diophantine equations / A guide to further reading
## A Journey through the History of Numerical Linear Algebra

This expansive volume describes the history of numerical methods proposed for solving linear algebra problems, from antiquity to the present day. The authors focus on methods for linear systems of equations and eigenvalue problems and describe the interplay between numerical methods and the computing tools available at the time. The second part of the book consists of 78 biographies of important contributors to the field. A Journey through the History of Numerical Linear Algebra will be of special interest to applied mathematicians, especially researchers in numerical linear algebra, people involved in scientific computing, and historians of mathematics.
## Computational Science – ICCS 2022

The four-volume set LNCS 13350, 13351, 13352, and 13353 constitutes the proceedings of the 22ndt International Conference on Computational Science, ICCS 2022, held in London, UK, in June 2022.* The total of 175 full papers and 78 short papers presented in this book set were carefully reviewed and selected from 474 submissions. 169 full and 36 short papers were accepted to the main track; 120 full and 42 short papers were accepted to the workshops/ thematic tracks. *The conference was held in a hybrid format

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