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By Ashutosh Tiwary, Janusz Kowalik, Bob Abarbanel, John Lixvar, Vish Jumani (auth.), Lucio Grandinetti, Janusz Kowalik, Marian Vajtersic (eds.)

Most of the papers during this quantity have been provided on the NATO complicated learn Workshop excessive functionality Computing: know-how and alertness, held in Cetraro, Italy from 24 to 26 of June, 1996. the most goal of the Workshop was once to debate a few key medical and technological advancements in excessive functionality computing, establish major developments and defme fascinating learn goals. the quantity constitution corresponds, typically, to the description of the workshop technical schedule: basic techniques and rising structures, software program know-how, algorithms and functions. one of many Workshop ideas used to be an attempt to increase a bit of the scope of the assembly from scientific/engineering computing to enterprise-wide computing. The papers on functionality and scalability of database servers, and Oracle DBMS mirror this try we are hoping that when interpreting this choice of papers the readers may have a good suggestion approximately a few vital learn and technological matters in excessive functionality computing. we want to supply our due to the NATO clinical and Environmental Affairs department for being the imperative sponsor for the Workshop. additionally we're happy to recognize different associations and corporations that supported the Workshop: ecu Union: eu fee DGIII-Industry, CNR: nationwide examine Council of Italy, college of Calabria, Alenia Spazio, Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziali, ENEA: Italian nationwide supplier for brand spanking new know-how, power and the surroundings, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard-Convex, Hitachi, NEC, Oracle, and Silicon Graphics-Cray learn. Editors January 1997 vii record OF individuals Ecole Nonnale Su¢rieure de Lyon, 69364 Abarbanel. Robert M.

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