By Xian-he Sun, Wenyu Qu, Ivan Stojmenovic, Wanlei Zhou, Zhiyang Li, Hua Guo, Geyong Min, Tingting Yang, Yulei Wu, Lei Liu (eds.)
This quantity set LNCS 8630 and 8631 constitutes the complaints of the 14th foreign convention on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing, ICA3PP 2014, held in Dalian, China, in August 2014. The 70 revised papers provided within the volumes have been chosen from 285 submissions. the 1st quantity contains chosen papers of the most convention and papers of the first foreign Workshop on rising issues in instant and cellular Computing, ETWMC 2014, the fifth overseas Workshop on clever conversation Networks, IntelNet 2014, and the fifth overseas Workshop on instant Networks and Multimedia, WNM 2014. the second one quantity includes chosen papers of the most convention and papers of the Workshop on Computing, verbal exchange and regulate applied sciences in clever Transportation procedure, 3C in ITS 2014, and the Workshop on safeguard and privateness in computing device and community structures, SPCNS 2014.
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