2 edition of Performance measurement instrumentation for multiprocessor computers found in the catalog.
Performance measurement instrumentation for multiprocessor computers
Robert J Carpenter
by Advanced Systems Division, Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology, National Bureau of Standards, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Gaithersburg, MD, [Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Statement||Robert J. Carpenter|
|Series||NBSIR -- 87-3627|
|Contributions||Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology. Advanced Systems Division, United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
Key performance indicators (KPIs), which include service level indicators (SLIs), can show whether performance goals are being met. This report by Senior Analyst Eric Siegel combines and updates the Methodologies and Best Practices (MBP) documents "Key Performance Indicators for Enterprise Networks" and "Enterprise SLAs: Lessons Learned." It . Performance Measurement Intrusion and Perturbation Analysis Allen D. Malony, Member, IEEE, Daniel A. Reed, Member, IEEE, and Harry A. G. Wijshoff Abstract-Software performance instrumentation perturbs the state of the measured system. The primary source of this pertur-.
terms related to performance measurement of parallel algorithms are presented. Finally, examples of parallel algorithms illustrating different design structures are given. PROGRAMMING MODELS In this section, two types of parallel programming are discussed: 1) parallel programming on multiprocessors, and 2) Parallel Programming on Multicomputers. It can also serve to investigate, measure, validate or verify other quality attributes of the system, such as scalability, reliability and resource usage. Performance testing, a subset of performance engineering, is a computer science practice which strives to build performance standards into the implementation, design and architecture of a system.
One example of a parallel and distributed system monitoring tool is the ZM4/SIMPLE (Zahlmonitor 4/Source-related and Integrated Multiprocessor and computer Performance evaluation, modeLing and visualization Environment) system. This is an example of a hybrid hardware/software monitoring system using event driven monitoring. Thus, no single measure of performance or productivity adequately characterizes computer systems for all their possible uses. 2 On a more technical level, modern computer systems deploy and coordinate a vast array of hardware and software technologies to produce the results that end users observe.
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Get this from a library. Performance measurement instrumentation for multiprocessor computers. [Robert J Carpenter; Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology. Advanced Systems Division.; United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.]. Nacht G., Mink A. () A Hardware Instrumentation Approach for Performance Measurement of a Shared-Memory Multiprocessor.
In: Puigjaner R., Potier D. (eds) Modeling Techniques and Tools for Computer Performance by: 2. Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume ) Carpenter, R.J.: Performance measurement instrumentation for multiprocessor computers.
High Performance Comput. Syst., North-Holland, 81–92 (). Google ScholarAuthor: Gordon Lyon, Robert Snelick. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): this paper to adequately specify experimental procedures.
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Multi-Processor Job Scheduling in High-Performance Computing (HPC) Systems: /ch Processor scheduling is one of the thrust areas in the field of computer science. The future technologies use a huge amount of processors for execution ofAuthor: Annu Priya, Sudip Kumar Sahana.
An array of measuring tools devised to aid in the implementation of a prototype computer utility is discussed. instrumentation, performance measurement, multiprogramming systems, measuring tools, system There are at least three reasons for interest in such a measurement: In a multiprocessor system which exhibits interference on access.
Software tools for visualization of performance / Bill Appelbe --Parallel program visualization using ParVis / Laura Bagnall Linden --Reflective memory instrumentation issues / Blaine Gaither, Jeff Hardy --Performance: the need for an in-depth view / Harry F.
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A range of costs for staff time and instrumentation is also given for each category. A high-level summary table in Chapter 2 serves as a quick reference guide to all of the protocols presented in the book and summarizes the key measurement methods and metrics for the six performance.
Search ACM Digital Library. Search Search. Advanced Search. Performance Measurement Performance measurement is used for understanding systems that are already built or prototyped. There are two major purposes performance measurement can serve: (i) tune this system or systems to be built (ii) tune the application if source code and algorithms can still be changed.
Essentially, the process involves (i). The authors study the instrumentation perturbations of software event tracing on the Alliant FX/80 vector multiprocessor in sequential, vector, concurrent, and vector-concurrent modes. Based on experimental data, they derive a perturbation model that can approximate true performance from instrumented execution.
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Well, I visited this link and it said. In context of computer programming, instrumentation refers to an ability to monitor or measure the level of a product's performance, to diagnose errors and to write trace information.
Programmers implement instrumentation in the form of code instructions that monitor specific components in a system (for example, instructions may. A complete characterization of software and hardware dynamics, needed to understand the performance of high-performance parallel systems, requires execution time performance instrumentation.
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Instrumentation in Process Control details the elements of transducers utilized in doing various measurements. The book also deals with the problems in data gathering from physical processes. The text also examines the different schemes of relaying or showing the data and compares the many ways by which data could be processed.
Toolsuite of command line applications and library for performance oriented programmers (hardware performance monitoring, affinity control, etc.). GPLv3 Pin by Intel: Linux, Windows, macOS, Android Dynamic binary instrumentation system that allows users to create custom program analysis tools.
Proprietary but free for non-commercial use. EXTENSIBLE SOURCE-LEVEL INSTRUMENTATION TOOL FOR PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT By Jonathan Chen well as the increased prevalence of parallel computers has fueled research in the area of parallel computing. Moving from conventional uniprocessor systems to multi-processor systems, and now to multicore architectures in which a single computer.
The purpose of this book is to present the engineering considerations necessary for the comprehension of modern telecommunication measurement and related instrumentation and analysis techniques.
I wish to emphasize that this is not an academic book in the sense of analytical communications or measurement theory. measurements, a few observations about measurement of operating systems conclude the discussion.
Hardware Tools for Instrumentation Before describing the programmed measurement tech- niques used in Multics, one must know of three hardware tools provided by the General Electric computer on.This chapter discusses a computer performance monitor and presents a Markov analysis for multiprocessor system evaluation, EXEC 8.
It has been observed that the activity within certain parts of the EXEC 8 accounts for the majority of the EXEC 8 system time used, but this phenomenon is a function of user program, type of program, and terminal.The instrumentation and measurement layers of the TAU framework are shown in Figure 2.
TAU supports a flexible instrumentation model that allows the user to insert performance instrumentation calling the TAU measurement API at different, multiple levels of pro-gram code representation, transformation, compilation, and execution.