Multi-Core Computing Systems (MuCoCoS) at the SupercomputingConference SC12

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    Paper submission deadline: September 9, 2012
    5th International Workshop on
    Multi-Core Computing Systems (MuCoCoS)
    2012 Focus: Performance Portability and Tuning

    Salt Lake City, Utah, November 16, 2012
    In conjunction with the Supercomputing Conference SC12

    Workshop proceedings are published by the IEEE


    The pervasiveness of homogeneous and heterogeneous multi-core and
    many-core processors, in a large spectrum of systems from embedded and
    general-purpose to high-end computing systems, poses major challenges
    to software industry. In general, there is no guarantee that software
    developed for a particular architecture will be executable (that is
    functional) on another architecture. Furthermore, ensuring that the
    software preserves some aspects of performance behavior (such as
    temporal or energy efficiency) across different such architectures is
    an open research issue.

    Therefore, this workshop focuses on novel solutions for functional and
    performance portability as well as automatic tuning across different

    Following the successful organization of MuCoCoS 2008 (Barcelona,
    Spain), MuCoCoS 2009 (Fukuoka, Japan), MuCoCoS 2010 (Krakow, Poland),
    MuCoCoS 2011 (Seoul, Korea), this year MuCoCoS will be organized at
    Salt Lake City, Utah, November 16, 2012, in conjunction with the
    Supercomputing Conference SC12. MuCoCoS 2012 focuses on Performance
    Portability and Tuning.


    - The topics of the workshop include but are not limited to:

    :: Performance measurement, modeling, analysis and tuning
    :: Portable programming models, languages and compilation techniques
    :: Tunable algorithms and data structures
    :: Run-time systems and hardware support mechanisms for auto-tuning
    :: Case studies highlighting performance portability and tuning


    - The papers should be prepared using the IEEE format, and no longer
    than 10 pages. Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on
    originality, significance to workshop topics, technical soundness, and
    presentation quality.

    - Submission of the paper implies that should the paper be accepted, at
    least one of the authors will register and present the paper at the
    workshop. Papers will be published as a part of the SC12 digital
    proceedings. These are IEEE digital library proceedings that will be
    available online.

    - Please submit your paper (as PDF) electronically using the online
    submission system.


    Authors of the best MuCoCoS papers will be invited to submit their extendedworkshop papers to a special issue of Computing journal (© Springer) that will be developed for this workshop.


    - Submission: September 9, 2012
    - Notification: October 14, 2012
    - Registration: October 17, 2012
    - Workshop: November 16, 2012


    - Sabri Pllana, University of Vienna, Austria
    - Jacob Barhen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
    , Jul 30, 2012
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