By Xingfu Wu
Performance evaluate, Prediction and Visualization in ParallelSystems offers a accomplished and systematic dialogue of theoretics, tools, concepts and instruments for functionality review, prediction and visualization of parallel platforms. bankruptcy 1 offers a brief evaluate of functionality degradation of parallel structures, and provides a common dialogue at the significance of functionality assessment, prediction and visualization of parallel structures. bankruptcy 2 analyzes and defines a number of sorts of serial and parallel runtime, issues out a few of the weaknesses of parallel speedup metrics, and discusses find out how to increase and generalize them. bankruptcy three describes formal definitions of scalability, addresses the fundamental metrics affecting the scalability of parallel platforms, discusses scalability of parallel structures from 3 elements: parallel structure, parallel set of rules and parallel algorithm-architecture mixtures, and analyzes the kin of scalability and speedup. bankruptcy four discusses the method of functionality dimension, describes the benchmark- orientated functionality attempt and research and the way to degree speedup and scalability in perform. bankruptcy five analyzes the problems in functionality prediction, discusses application-oriented and architecture-oriented functionality prediction and the way to foretell speedup and scalability in perform. bankruptcy 6 discusses functionality visualization suggestions and instruments for parallel platforms from 3 phases: functionality facts assortment, functionality facts filtering and function facts visualization, and classifies the present functionality visualization instruments. bankruptcy 7 describes parallel compiling-based, search-based and knowledge-based functionality debugging, which assists programmers to optimize the method or set of rules of their parallel courses, and offers visible programming-based functionality debugging to aid programmers determine the positioning and reason behind the functionality challenge. It additionally offers concrete feedback on how one can adjust their parallel software to enhance the functionality. bankruptcy eight supplies an outline of present interconnection networks for parallel structures, analyzes the scalability of interconnection networks, and discusses easy methods to degree and increase community performances.
Performance review, Prediction and Visualization in ParallelSystems serves as a very good reference for researchers, and should be used as a textual content for complex classes at the topic.
Read or Download Performance Evaluation, Prediction and Visualization of Parallel Systems PDF
Similar international books
Mobile Information Systems II: IFIP International Working Conference on Mobile Information Systems, MOBIS 2005, Leeds, UK, December 6-7, 2005 (IFIP International Federation for Information Processing)
Cellular details platforms II offers a set of study at the making plans, research, layout, building, amendment, implementation, usage, assessment, and administration of cellular details structures. The articles concentrate on the results of this learn on the planet of trade, and handle technical matters and constraints on cellular details structures functionalities and layout.
Simulation-Based Engineering and technology (Sbe&S) cuts throughout disciplines, exhibiting super promise in parts from typhoon prediction and weather modeling to realizing the mind and the habit of diverse different advanced platforms. during this groundbreaking quantity, 9 exceptional leaders investigate the newest learn traits, because of fifty two web site visits in Europe and Asia and hundreds and hundreds of hours of specialist interviews, and speak about the results in their findings for the united states executive.
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 1st foreign convention on Interactive Theorem proving, ITP 2010, held in Edinburgh, united kingdom, in July 2010. The 33 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from seventy four submissions. The papers are equipped in issues reminiscent of counterexample iteration, hybrid method verification, translations from one formalism to a different, and cooperation among instruments.
- Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Man-Machine-Environment System Engineering
- Formal Methods for Components and Objects: 10th International Symposium, FMCO 2011, Turin, Italy, October 3-5, 2011, Revised Selected Papers
- Intracranial Pressure and Neuromonitoring in Brain Injury: Proceedings of the Tenth International ICP Symposium, Williamsburg, Virginia, May 25–29, 1997
- Safeguarding the Organization Against Violence and Bullying: An International Perspective
- Neurotraumatology: Progress and Perspectives: Proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Advances in Neurotraumatology, Porto (Portugal), November 1990
Extra resources for Performance Evaluation, Prediction and Visualization of Parallel Systems
Parallel computing has no acceptably accurate model whose algorithms run as well on the model as on a real parallel computer. 2) Lack of appropriate performance metrics Without a unifying parallel computing model, users cannot consider a parallel algorithm independently of the architecture for which it is designed. Perfoimance metrics for parallel algorithms consequently are tied to the target parallel architectures, thus it becomes very complicated to evaluate the performance of parallel algorithms and parallel computers.
Distributed memory programs use message passing among cooperating serial tasks in place of access to shared data. In the basic message passing, the processes coordinate their activities by explicitly sending and receiving messages. Sending and receiving messages replaces the synchronization via locking required of the shared memory systems. Thus, there are three major issues to determine the best message passing programming paradigm to be used: I) The cost of communication If the cost of communication is too high, the distributed memory system can spend too much time on moving data around the interconnection network.
The Pthreads provides a thread library which consists of thread management and interaction primitives. The thread management primitives include the pthread_createO subroutine creating a new thread, the pthread_exitO subroutine termiriating the calling thread, the pthread joinO subroutine joining a thread, etc. The thread synchronization primitives mainly focus on mutual exclusion variables and conditional variables. The former are similar to the semaphore construct and the latter the event construct.