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by Michael A. Heroux,Bruce Hendrickson,Katherine A. Yelick,Christian H. Bischof,Iain S. Duff,Alan S. Edelman,George A. Geist,Michael T. Heath,Chuck Koelbel,Robert S. Schreiber,Richard F. Sincovec,Mary F. Wheeler
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    Michael A. Heroux,Bruce Hendrickson,Katherine A. Yelick,Christian H. Bischof,Iain S. Duff,Alan S. Edelman,George A. Geist,Michael T. Heath,Chuck Koelbel,Robert S. Schreiber,Richard F. Sincovec,Mary F. Wheeler
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This proceedings (only available in CD-ROM format) is a record of the visible and important international meeting for parallel scientific computing and parallel numerical algorithms which is held every two years. The conference provides a forum for communication among the applied mathematics and scientific computing communities.

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The principal themes of the meeting reflected in the content of the CD-ROM include: scalable algorithms and implementations; large-scale parallel applications; software tools and libraries; Parallel I/O; data mining; parallel visualization and image processing; multidisciplinary simulation and optimization; object-oriented parallel systems; clusters of shared memory machines; wide area parallel computing; parallel processing in the geosciences; and parallel processing in mathematics.