28. HICSS 1995:
Maui, Hawaii, USA - Volume 2
28th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-28), January 3-6, 1995, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii, USA. IEEE Computer Society, 1995, Volume 2
Josyula R. Rao
: Eventual determinism: using probabilistic means to achieve deterministic ends.
Partitioning and Scheduling in Parallel and Distributed Systems
, Behrooz Shirazi
: Static multiprocessor scheduling of periodic real-time tasks with precedence constraints and communication costs.
: Optimal load distribution for asynchronously scheduled homogeneous multiprocessor and distributed systems.
Program Development tools and Environments for Parallel and Distributed systems
: A method for optimizing large scale parallel applications.
, James C. Browne
: MaTRiX+/sup +/: an object-oriented environment for parallel high-performance matrix computations.
: Transparently distributing objects with inheritance.
, James Johnson
: N-MAP: a virtual processor discrete event simulation tool for performance prediction in the CAPSE environment.
Directions in Software Engineering for Parallel Systems
: Modularization, re-use and testing for parallel message-passing programs.
George R. Ribeiro-Justo
: A rigorous method for the constructive design of parallel and distributed programs.
, Tom Hintz
: Re-Vision: a methodology and tool for parallel computations.
, A. P. Wim Böhm
: An initial comparison of implicit and explicit programming styles for distributed memory multiprocessors.
Performance Evaluation and Prediction of Parallel and Distributed Systems
Fault Tolerance in Distributed/Parallel Systems
: The performance of independent checkpointing in distributed systems.
Communication in Parallel and Distributed Systems
Distribution and Concurrency in Persistent Systems
: Working with alien objects: an object oriented viewpoint.
James Leslie Keedy
: Is distribution a genuine problem for persistent systems or is addressing the real problem ?
Object Oriented Multidatabase Systems
: Extending an object-oriented programming language to support the integration of heterogeneous database systems.