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Performance evaluation and modeling techniques for parallel processors

Robert Tod Dimpsey

Performance evaluation and modeling techniques for parallel processors

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Published by Center for Reliable and High-Performance Computing, Coordinated Science Laboratory, College of Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Urbana, Ill, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

  • Parallel processing (Electronic computers)

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    Statementby Robert Tod Dimpsey.
    SeriesNASA-CR -- 190974., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-190974.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17676715M

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Performance evaluation and modeling techniques for parallel processors by Robert Tod Dimpsey Download PDF EPUB FB2

The goal of this book is to present an overview of the current state-of-the-art in computer architecture performance evaluation, with a special emphasis on methods for exploring processor architectures. The book focuses on fundamental concepts and ideas for obtaining accurate performance data.

The book covers various topics in performance evaluation, ranging from performance metrics, to workload selection, to various modeling approaches including mechanistic and empirical : Paperback.

Performance Evaluation of Parallel Programs for Sahner and K.S. Trivedi. SPADE: A Tool for Performance and Reliability Evaluation. In N. Abu El Ata, editor, Modelling Techniques and Tools for Performance Analysis Quick A.

() Performance Evaluation of Parallel Programs — Modeling and Monitoring with the Tool PEPP. In: Walke B Cited by: 6. BibTeX @MISC{Dimpsey92performanceevaluation, author = {Robert Tod Dimpsey}, title = {PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND MODELING TECHNIQUES FOR PARALLEL PROCESSORS}, year = {}}.

Performance Evaluation and Modeling Techniques for Parallel Processors. Performance techniques, such as benchmarking, which characterize performance on a dedicated machine ignore this major component of true computer performance.

Due to the complexity of analysis, there has been little work done in analyzing, modeling, and predicting the Author: Robert Tod Dimpsey. The constructed model is based on measurements obtained during normal machine operation and captures various performance issues including multiprogramming and system overheads, and contentions for ologies to measure multiprogramming overhead (MPO) are introduced and illustrated on an Alliant FX/8, an Alliant FX/80, and the Cedar parallel : Robert Tod Dimpsey.

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Additional Collections Journal of Management Studies Journal of Autism and. We discuss algorithms for global reduction (or combine) operations (e.g., global sums) for numbers of processors that need not be a power of 2, and implement these using standard message-passing techniques on distributed-memory parallel computers.

We present performance results measured on an IBM RS/ SP parallel computer at UNI•C Author: Paraskevi Fragopoulou, Ole H. Nielsen. The Framework for Performance Modeling and Evaluation of Parallel Job Scheduling Algorithms Amit Chhabra On the basis of their processor requirements, parallel rigid jobs are classified as small and large The Framework for Performance Modeling and Evaluation of Parallel Job Scheduling Algorithms.

Modeling and analysis techniques are used to inves-tigate the performance of a massively parallel version of DIRECT, a global search algorithm widely used in. Many consultants see BPMN as the “Rolls Royce” of business process modeling techniques because most other forms of business process modeling were developed for other purposes and then adapted.

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They found that simple changes, such asFile Size: 1MB. Traditional performance methodologies, i.e., analytic modeling, simulation modeling, and experimental measurements naturally apply to the evaluation of parallel systems. Analytical techniques used for the evaluation of parallel system performance comprise queueing networks [15] and stochastic Petri Nets [2].Cited by: Parallel applications, heterogeneous systems, cluster, and performance model.

Introduction High performance, parallel and distributed applications are becoming increasingly resource-intensive, requiring high speed processors, large memory capacity, huge and fast storage systems, and fast, reliable interconnections.

In, the author proposed a performance evaluation model for parallel computing models deployed in cloud centers to support big data applications, such that a big data application is divided into lots of parallel tasks and the task arrivals follow a general distribution. Analytical Performance Modeling TechniquesCited by: 5.

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The techniques and tools that are being developed for the performance evaluation of parallel and distributed computing systems are manifold, each having their own motivation and methodology. Improving Performance with Parallel Computing Factors That Affect Speed. Some factors may affect the speed of execution of parallel processing: Parallel overhead.

There is overhead in calling parfor instead of for. If function evaluations are. The analysis is aimed at performance evaluation when different partitions or number of processors are introduced in a parallel processing solution and it indicates if one architecture can comply with processing time requirements of an application.

GDR. 19R9 MODELS FOR PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF MULTILEVEL ALGORITHMS IN PARALLEL PROCESSING Author: J.B. Ribeiro do Val, J.E. Bessa Maia. An n-processor PRAM model consists of a set of n processors all connected to a common shared memory [32, 37, 38, 77].

The three types of multiprocessors differ in the way that memory can be accessed. In a local memory machine model, each processor can access its own local memory directly, but can accessFile Size: KB.

Performance Evaluation of Parallel Processing Environment for Molecular Dynamics. KENJI SATOU1, KENRI KONNO2, OSAMU OHTA3, KAZUNORI MIKAMI4. KEITA TERANISHI5, YOICHI YAMADA1, SHIN-YA OHKI6.

1 Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University. There are different ways to evaluate multi-core CPU’s performance. Different metrics and factors are to be considered which radically has an influence on Multi-core CPU performance.

The main techniques in performance analysis are: Analytical Modeling, Simulation and Size: KB. ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE ISSUES OF PARALLEL SOFTWARE ON MULTI-CORE PROCESSORS Franz Wiesinger(a), Mustafa Tunca(b), Michael Bogner(c) (a), (b), (c) University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria – Embedded Systems Design, Softwarep A Hagenberg, AUSTRIAAuthor: F.

Wiesinger, M. Tunca, M. Bogner. The first step in performance evaluation is to select the proper evaluation technique. The main techniques are: analytical modeling, simulation and measurement.

In evaluating multicore CPUs performance, the techniques used are depending on different considerations. Much of the analysis presented in this paper is applicable to other parallel algorithms in which work is dynamically shared between different processors (e.g., parallel Author: Abdel-Elah Al-Ayyoub.

reviews both performance appraisal methods: traditional and modern method. Section III explains and classifies the fuzzy related performance appraisal techniques including the MCDM techniques. A new proposal for Performance Evaluation of Sudanese Universities and Academic staff Using Fuzzy logic is introduced in Section Size: 1MB.

Parallel Processing Denis Caromel, Arnaud Contes Univ. Nice, ActiveEon. Traditional Parallel Computing & HPC Solutions Parallel Computing Principles Parallel Computer Architectures Parallel Programming Models Parallel Programming Languages Micro-architectural techniques Instruction pipelining, Superscalar, out-of-order execution.

High-Performance Garbage Collection: A Quantitative Approach Stephen M. Blackburn and Kathryn S. McKinley Australian National University, Microsoft Research. Machine Learning Systems: From Algorithms to Chips and Servers Andres Rodriguez.

Parallel Processing from to Robert Kuhn and David Padua. Indeed, the focus of parallel computing is to solve large problems in a relatively short time. The factors that contribute to the achievement of this objective are, for example, the type of hardware used, the degree of parallelism of the problem, and which parallel programming model is adopted.

To facilitate this, analysis of. 4 Approach Problems Intelligently Learn to select appropriate evaluation techniques, performance metrics and workloads for analyzing a system •System —collection of hardware, software and firmware under study •Evaluation techniques —measurement, simulation, analytical modeling •Metrics —criteria used to quantify system performance – e.g.

system File Size: KB. This paper proposes an aggregate approach of extended stochastic Petri net and Markov renewal process to conduct behavior analysis and reliability performance evaluation for distributed/parallel by: 2.

Performance Analysis of Parallel Processing P ARALLEL processing is the only answer to the ever-increasing demand for more computational power. Nowadays, the big giants in hardware and software, like Intel and Microsoft, are increasingly aware of it and have pounced onto the market.

But unlike sequential programs running on the. Performance evaluation can be divided into three categories: measurement, analytical modelling and simulation [1], [2].

The usual procedure is to analytically model the system, i.e. setup a mathematical model with equations describing the states of the system, then perform simulation and finally measure the implemented system.

In the context of performance analysis, it is defined as the average performance across a large number of programs running in various execution modes, these modes corresponds to scalar, vector, sequential, or parallel processing with different program parts.

Performance Modeling Conclusion Methods of Inference and Learning for x x-dim processors log 2(procs) 0 - 9 10 S 5 P y y-dim 0 - 9 10 S 6 P z z-dim 0 - 9 10 Benjamin Lee, et al PPoPP:: 16 Mar Model Evaluation Comparison of Techniques Regression Neural Networks Automation.

biggest performance issues in the current load balance techniques is that they are system specific and some of the loads have more affinity for certain processing elements than the others. This mars the performance gain of most of the available load balance techniques.

Many techniques for load balancing in.Parallel Computing and Performance Evaluation-- Amdahl’s Law. 2 9/29/ Chapter 7 Roadmap: Evaluation in Design Process Improve CPU Performance. 10 29 September Pitfall The engineers are able to make f = 90% of the system Five Component Model HyperThreading ArchitectureFile Size: KB.Performance Modeling and Analysis of a Massively Parallel DIRECT— Part 2 Jian He1 Alex Verstak1 M.

Sosonkina3 L. T. Watson2 Abstract Modeling and analysis techniques are used to inves-tigate the performance of a massively parallel version of DIRECT, a global search algorithm widely used in multidisciplinary design optimization applications.