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Static performance prediction of skeletal parallel programs

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Static performance prediction of skeletal parallel programs
We demonstrate that the run time of implicitly parallel programs can be statically predicted with considerable accuracy when expressed within the constraints of a skeletal, shapely parallel programming language. Our work constitutes the first completely static system to account for both computation and communication in such a context. We present details of our language and its BSP implementation strategy together with an account of the analysis mechanism. We examine the accuracy of our predictions against the performance of real parallel programs.
Yasushi Hayashi, Murray Cole
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where PAAPP
Authors Yasushi Hayashi, Murray Cole
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