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CSC'10: July 14, 2010 Schedule

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6:45am - 5:00pm:  REGISTRATION (Second Floor, Conference Lobby: 1-5)

08:00 - 10:20am:  During this period, CSC'10 attendees are encouraged to participate
                  in sessions belonging to PDPTA'10, GCA'10, BIOCOMP'10, MSV'10,
                  FECS'10, ERSA'10, & FCS'10. These sessions discuss topics that
                  significantly overlap the scope of CSC'10.

10:20 - 10:40am:  BREAK

                  Chair: Dr. Emre Tokgoz, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, USA
                  July 14, 2010 (Wednesday); 10:40am - 12:20pm
                  (LOCATION: Gold Room)

10:40 - 11:00am:  The Number of Minimal Points, Minimal Values and Related Algorithms
                  for Non-linear Mixed Convex Functionals with Unbounded Domain
                  Emre Tokgoz
                  University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, USA

11:00 - 11:20am:  The Number of Minimal Points, the Minimal Values and Related
                  Algorithms of Non-linear Mixed Convex Functionals with Bounded Domain
                  Emre Tokgoz and Asif Mohammed Adnan
                  University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, USA

11:20 - 11:40am:  High-Order Parallel Iterative Methods For The Heat Equation
                  Wenrui Hao and Chang Liu
                  University of Notre Dame, USA

11:40 - 12:00pm:  A Scalable Distributed Memory Programming Model for Large-Scale
                  Biological Systems Simulation
                  Joo Hong Lee, Mark T. Jones, Paul E. Plassmann
                  Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia, USA

12:00 - 12:20pm:  Computation of the Partially Plastic Stresses in Graded Curved Bars
                  Eray Arslan and Ahmet N. Eraslan
                  Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

--------------->  Note: the next session of CSC'10 will be held in Platinum Room.

12:20 - 01:00pm:  LUNCH (On Your Own)

                  Co-Chairs: Dr. Lou D'Alotto (York College/CUNY, New York, USA),
                  Dr. James Nystrom (Ferris State University, Michigan, USA), and
                  Dr. William Spataro (Universita di Calabria, Italy)
                  July 14, 2010 (Wednesday); 01:00pm - 06:00pm
                  (LOCATION: Platinum Room)

01:00 - 01:40pm:  CSC & WORKSHOP KEYNOTE:
                  Modelling Discrete and Continuos in the Framework of the New
                  Computational Paradigm Working Numerically with Infinite and
                  Infinitesimal Numbers
                  Yaroslav D. Sergeyev
                  Distinguished Professor, University of Calabria, Rende (CS), Italy

01:40 - 02:00pm:  Simple Cellular Automata-Based Linear Models for a Class of
                  Sequence Generators
                  Amparo Fuster-Sabater, Pino Caballero-Gil
                  Instituto de Fisica Aplicada, C.S.I.C., Madrid, Spain

02:00 - 02:20pm:  A Cellular Automaton Approach for Heat Propagation Under High Gradients
                  M. Mueller, G.-P. Ostermeyer
                  Braunschweig University of Technology, Institute of Dynamics and
                  Vibrations, Schleinitzstrasse, Germany

02:20 - 02:40pm:  Automatic Programming with Combinatorial Topology of Modular
                  Cellular Automata and Distributed Cellular Automata
                  John-Thones Amenyo
                  York College, City University of New York (CUNY), USA

02:40 - 03:00pm:  Application Context of the SCIDDICA Model Family for Simulations
                  of Flow-Like Landslides
                  M. V. Avolio, S. Di Gregorio, V. Lupiano, P. Mazzanti, W. Spataro
                  University of Calabria, Italy

03:00 - 03:20pm:  BREAK

03:20 - 03:40pm:  A Multithread Scientific Library for Complex Systems
                  W. Spataro, D. D'Ambrosio, G. Filippone, R. Rongo, G. Spingola,
                  P. Zaccaro, G. Zito
                  University of Calabria, Italy

03:40 - 04:00pm:  Random Walks of Tetrahedrons and Cubes
                  J. F. Nystrom and J. C. Robinson
                  Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan, USA

04:00 - 04:20pm:  Cellular Automata Approach to Corrosion and Passivity Phenomena
                  Dung di Caprio and Janusz Stafiej
                  Laboratoire d'Electrochimie, Chimie des Interfaces et Modeisation
                  pour l'Energie (LECIME), Paris, France

04:20 - 04:40pm:  CA Based Self-Testing and Self-Organizing Processing Arrays
                  Andre Stauffer and Joel Rossier
                  Logic Systems Laboratory, INN-Ecublens, Switzerland;
                  Haute Ecole d'Ingenierie et de Gestion (HEIG-VD), Switzerland

04:40 - 05:00pm:  An 4-State 3-Neighborhood Cellular Automata Pseudorandom Number
                  Generator Based on 2-State 3-Neighborhood Evolution
                  Sang-Ho Shin and Kee-Young Yoo
                  Kyungpook National University, Korea

05:00 - 05:20pm:  Temporal Complexity of Totalistic Cellular Automaton Rule 52
                  Weifeng Jin and Fangyue Chen
                  Zhejiang Chinese Medical University, P. R. China;
                  Hangzhou Dianzi University, Hangzhou, P. R. China

05:20 - 05:40pm:  Cellular Automata in Gentrification of City
                  Mohammad Hadi Kaboli
                  Universite de Strasbourg, France

05:40 - 06:00pm:  A Linear Cellular Automata-Based Model for Generating Cryptographic
                  A. Fuster-Sabater and P. Caballero-Gil
                  Institute of Applied Physics, CSIC, Madrid, Spain;
                  University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain

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

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