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Simulation-Based Performance Prediction for Large Parallel Machines
International Journal of Parallel Programming (IJPP) 2005
Publication Type: Paper
Repository URL: IJPP2004
Abstract
We present a performance prediction environment for large scale computers such as the Blue Gene machine. It consists of a parallel simulator, BigSim, for predicting performance of machines with a very large number of processors, and BigNetSim, which incorporates a pluggable module of a detailed contention-based network model. The simulators provide the ability to make performance predictions for very large machines such as Blue Gene/L. We illustrate the utility of our simulators using validation and prediction studies of several applications using smaller numbers of processors for simulations.
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Gengbin Zheng, Terry Wilmarth, Praveen Jagadishprasad, and Laxmikant V. Kale "Simulation-Based Performance Prediction for Large Parallel Machines", International Journal of Parallel Programming, 2005. vol. 33, pp. 183-207.
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