By Wolfgang Gentzsch (auth.), Dan Grigoras, Alex Nicolau, Bernard Toursel, Bertil Folliot (eds.)
Started by means of small team of popular scientists with the purpose of sharing wisdom, stories, and effects on all elements of cluster computing, the initiative of a workshop on cluster computing acquired extra consciousness after IFIP WG 10.3 and IEEE Romania part approved our request for sponsorship. additionally, the appliance for a NATO ARW provide was once winning, resulting in a better curiosity within the workshop. during this admire, we need to say that we selected Romania so that it will allure scientists from critical and japanese ecu nations and increase the cooperation within the area, within the box of cluster computing. We had a very few minutes to prepare the development, yet many of us joined us and enthusiastically contributed to the method. The good fortune of the workshop is thoroughly as a result of exertions of the organizing committee, participants of this system committee, key audio system, audio system from undefined, and authors of accredited papers. The workshop consisted of invited and standard paper shows, through discussions, on many vital present and rising themes starting from sheduling and cargo balancing to grids. the main audio system committed their time and efforts to offering the main attention-grabbing result of their learn teams, and all of us thank them for this . All papers have been peer reviewed by way of or 3 reviewers.
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Advanced Environments, Tools, and Applications for Cluster Computing: NATO Advanced Research Workshop, IWCC 2001 Mangalia, Romania, September 1–6, 2001 Revised Papers by Wolfgang Gentzsch (auth.), Dan Grigoras, Alex Nicolau, Bernard Toursel, Bertil Folliot (eds.)