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PDPTA'09: July 13, 2009 Schedule

Last modified 2009-06-20 16:10

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6:30am - 5:00pm:  REGISTRATION (Second Floor, Conference Lobby: 1-5)

08:30 - 08:45am:  WORLDCOMP'09 Opening Remarks - July 13, Monday:
                  Prof. Hamid R. Arabnia (General Chair & Coordinator)
                  University of Georgia, Georgia, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

08:45 - 09:40am:  Keynote Lecture - July 13, Monday:
                  Grid Computing
                  Prof. Ian Foster
                  Father of Grid Computing
                  Distinguished Professor of CS & Director, Computation
                  Institute, University of Chicago & Argonne National Lab.,
                  Illinois, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

09:45 - 10:40am:  Keynote Lecture 2 - July 13, Monday:
                  Advanced Nanotechnology: Advanced Computing on the Critical Path
                  Dr. K. Eric Drexler
                  Father of Nanotechnology
                  Chief Technical Advisor, Nanorex
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

10:45 - 11:35am:  Keynote Lecture 3 - July 13, Monday:
                  Algorithm Design for Reconfigurable Computing Systems
                  Prof. Viktor K. Prasanna
                  Charles Lee Powell Chair in Engineering; Professor of ECE & CS;
                  Executive Director of USC-Infosys Center for Advanced Software
                  Technologies (CAST), University of Southern California, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

11:40a - 12:30p:  Keynote Lecture 4 - July 13, Monday:
                  It's Like Deja-Vu All over Again ... Again
                  Dr. Jose L. Munoz
                  Deputy Director, National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of
                  Cyberinfrastructure (OCI) and NSF/ICI senior advisor.  Former
                  Director of Simulation & CS Office at the National Nuclear
                  Security Adm.'s Advanced Simulation & Computing (ASCI) program.
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

12:30 - 01:20pm   LUNCH (On Your Own)

                  Chair: Prof. Minoru Ito
                  Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
                  July 13, 2009 (Monday); 01:20pm - 06:00pm
                  (LOCATION: Ballroom 3)

01:20 - 01:40pm:  Recognition of Multi-Fonts Character in Early-Modern
                  Printed Books
                  Chisato Ishikawa, Naomi Ashida, Yurie Enomoto, Masami Takata,
                  Tsukasa Kimesawa, Kazuki Joe
                  Nara Women's University, Nara, Japan

01:40 - 02:00pm:  Clustering the Temporal Sequences Feature of 3D Protain
                  Mayumi Kamada, Sachi Kimura, Mikito Toda, Masami Takata,
                  Kazuki Joe
                  Nara Women's University, Nara, Japan

02:00 - 02:20pm:  A Solution to a Resource Allocation Problem of Many Agents
                  Governed by a Leader
                  A. Nishikawa, M. Hara

02:20 - 02:40pm:  Extracting Similar Subsequences by Gibbs Sampling with
                  Distributed MGG
                  Nobuhisa Kono, Hajime Kitakami, Keiichi Tamura, Yasuma Mori
                  Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

02:40 - 03:00pm:  Modeling Costs of Access Control with Various Key Management
                  Tomomi Yamasaki, Shunsuke Inenaga, Daisuke Ikeda, Hiroto Yasuura
                  Kyushu University, Japan

03:00 - 03:20pm:  BREAK

03:20 - 03:40pm:  Bayesian Forecasting of WWW Traffic on the Time Varying
                  Poisson Model
                  Daiki Koizumi, Toshiyasu Matsushima, Shigeichi Hirasawa

03:40 - 04:00pm:  Modeling the Developing Process of Depth Perception for
                  Elementary Students
                  Naoko Yoshii, Masami Takata, Kazuki Joe
                  Nara Women's University, Nara, Japan

04:00 - 04:20pm:  A Deterioration Lawns Model Constructed from Image Data
                  Yurie Enomoto, Chisato Ishikawa, Masami Takata, Kazuki Joe
                  Nara Women's University, Nara, Japan

04:20 - 04:40pm:  An Approximate Technique for Queuing Network for Evaluating
                  Performance of Computer Systems with Resource Requirements
                  Tomoharu Hasumi, Gao Xiumei, Toshiyuki Kinoshita
                  Tokyo University of Technology, Tokyo, Japan

04:40 - 05:00pm:  Numerical Algorithms for Solving the Optimal PWM Problem on
                  Multiple-Precision Arithmetic with Theory of Orthogonal Polynomials
                  Kenichi Yadani, Kinji Kimura, Yoshimasa Nakamura
                  Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan

05:00 - 05:20pm:  Speed-Up in mdLVs by Limitation in Computational Number of Shift
                  Masami Takata, Kinji Kimura, Yoshimasa Nakamura
                  Nara Women's University, Nara, Japan

05:20 - 05:40pm:  On Parallelization of the I-SVD Algorithm and its Evaluation
                  for Clustered Singular Values
                  Hiroki Toyokawa, Kinji Kimura, Masami Takata, Yoshimasa Nakamura
                  Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan

05:40 - 06:00pm:  Optimization of a GP Application for the Cell Processor
                  Yuri Shirakawa, Chiho Misaka, Chisato Ishikawa, Masami Takata,
                  Kazuki Joe
                  Nara Women's University, Nara, Japan

                  (Please see the lists at the begining of this booklet)

                  July 13 - Monday
                  (LOCATION: Ballrooms 1-5)

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