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Poems: end-to-end performance design of large parallel adaptive computational systems

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Poems: end-to-end performance design of large parallel adaptive computational systems
The POEMS project is creating an environment for end-to-end performance modeling of complex parallel and distributed systems, spanning the domains of application software, runtime and operating system software, and hardware architecture. Towards this end, the POEMS framework supports composition of component models from these different domains into an end-to-end system model. This composition can be specified using a generalized graph model of a parallel system, together with interface specifications that carry information about component behaviors and evaluation methods. The POEMS Specification Language compiler, under development, will generate an end-to-end system model automatically from such a specification. The components of the target system may be modeled using different modeling paradigms (analysis, simulation, or direct measurement) and may be modeled at various levels of detail. As a result, evaluation of a POEMS end-to-end system model may require a variety of evaluation...
Ewa Deelman, Aditya Dube, Adolfy Hoisie, Yong Luo,
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where WOSP
Authors Ewa Deelman, Aditya Dube, Adolfy Hoisie, Yong Luo, Richard L. Oliver, David Sundaram-Stukel, Harvey J. Wasserman, Vikram S. Adve, Rajive Bagrodia, James C. Browne, Elias N. Houstis, Olaf M. Lubeck, John R. Rice, Patricia J. Teller, Mary K. Vernon
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