PACT
2000, pact2000@ece.orst.edu

International Conference on Parallel Architecture and Compilation Techniques

Philadelphia, PA

October 15 - 19, 2000

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Sponsored by:

IEEE TCCA, IEEE TCPP, ACM SIGARCH, & IFIP Working Group 10.3

& Generous Coporate Support from

Intel, SGI, & IBM

 

Past PACT conferences:

PACT99 PACT98 PACT97

 

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pact2000@ece.orst.edu

Conference
Objectives

The purpose of this conference, the ninth in the series, is to provide an open forum for the parallel architecture and compiler research communities to debate key issues of common interest, and to further the state of the art in parallel architectures and compilers.

We invite researchers with interest in both conventional and non-conventional approaches (MPP, SMP, clustered-SMP, PC-clusters, data-flow, ILP, multi-threading, and optical) to participate.

A new theme in the present conference will be role of compiler and compilation to reduce power consumption. We solicit papers, which contain significant novel ideas and research results. Conference topics include (but are not limited to):

Parallel architectures and computation models

Theoretical foundations of parallel architectures

Cluster computing based on PCs with commodity switches

Cluster computing: Unix (Linux) versus NT

Parallel processing in the context of JAVA

Application-specific parallel architectures

Compilers for parallel computer systems

Compiler/hardware support for hiding memory latencies

Advances in architectures and compilers for ILP (superscalar, VLIW, multiscalar architectures...)

Parallel programming languages and paradigms

Application studies that demonstrate the performance of parallel computer systems

Reconfigurable architectures

Role of Compiler and Compilation Technology to reduce power consumption

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