Working Conference on
"Software Architectures for Scientific Computing Applications"
A working conference
on "Software Architectures for Scientific Computing Applications", was
held on the NRC Campus, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2 - 4 October 2000.
This was the eighth working conference
organized by the IFIP
Working Group on Numerical Software
(WG 2.5) on
behalf of the IFIP Technical Committee on Software: Theory and Practice
The conference focused on current and emerging issues in the
design and structure of software for scientific computation,
including the implications of widespread connectivity, the effects
of distributed computing models such as CORBA and the Remote Method
Invocation of Java, and the development of reliable, portable
object-oriented numerical software.
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The proceedings of the WG 2.5 Working Conference on the
Architecture of Scientific Software has appeared as
Ronald F. Boisvert and Ping Tak Peter Tang, eds.,
The Architecture of Scientific Software,
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 2001,
384 pages, ISBN 0-7923-7339-1. Now available from Springer.
See http://www.springeronline.com/sgw/cda/frontpage/0,11855,1-0-22-33320107-0,00.html?referer=www.wkap.nl for
details on contents, pricing, and ordering.
by Ron Boisvert.
- The final conference program is available
as an HTML document.
This document also included links to the papers and
some other related material.
The Program Committee consisted of
Peter Tang, and
It had two co-chairs.
Last modified: 16 March 2005