By Charles E. Catlett (auth.), Hai Jin, Daniel Reed, Wenbin Jiang (eds.)
These complaints include the papers provided on the 2005 IFIP overseas convention on community and Parallel Computing (NPC 2005), held in Beijing, China, among November 30 and December three, 2005. The target of the convention was once to set up a global discussion board for engineers and scientists to offer their rules and reports in community and parallel computing. a complete of 320 submissions have been obtained in keeping with our demand Papers. those papers have been from the next international locations or areas: Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lux- burg, Nepal, Netherlands, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, and usa. every one submission was once despatched to at the least 3 reviewers.Each paper was once judged - cording to its originality, innovation, clarity, and relevance to the anticipated audience.Basedonthereviewsreceived,atotalof68paperswereretainedfor- clusionin theproceedings.Among the sixty eight papers,48 wereacceptedasfull papers for presentation on the convention. We additionally authorized 20 papers as brief papers for a potential short presentation on the convention, by means of dialogue in the course of a poster consultation. hence, purely 21% of the whole submissions may be integrated within the ?nal program.