By Peter Benner, Pablo Ezzatti, Enrique Quintana-Ortí, Alfredo Remón (auth.), Rocco Aversa, Joanna Kołodziej, Jun Zhang, Flora Amato, Giancarlo Fortino (eds.)
This quantity set LNCS 8285 and 8286 constitutes the complaints of the thirteenth overseas convention on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing , ICA3PP 2013, held in Vietri sul Mare, Italy in December 2013. the 1st quantity includes 10 individual and 31 usual papers chosen from ninety submissions and masking subject matters similar to huge facts, multi-core programming and software program instruments, disbursed scheduling and cargo balancing, high-performance clinical computing, parallel algorithms, parallel architectures, scalable and dispensed databases, dependability in disbursed and parallel platforms, instant and cellular computing. the second one quantity contains 4 sections together with 35 papers from one symposium and 3 workshops held along with ICA3PP 2013 major convention. those are thirteen papers from the 2013 foreign Symposium on Advances of disbursed and Parallel Computing (ADPC 2013), five papers of the foreign Workshop on monstrous info Computing (BDC 2013), 10 papers of the overseas Workshop on relied on info in tremendous information (TIBiDa 2013) in addition to 7 papers belonging to Workshop on Cloud-assisted clever Cyber-Physical platforms (C-Smart CPS 2013).
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