A Performance Model of the Parallel Ocean Program

  title={A Performance Model of the Parallel Ocean Program},
  author={Darren J. Kerbyson and Philip W. Jones},
In this paper we describe a performance model of the Parallel Ocean Program (POP). In particular, the latest version of POP (v2.0) is considered, which has similarities and differences to the earlier version (v1.4.3) as commonly used in climate simulations. The performance model encapsulates an understanding of POP’s data decomposition, processing flow, and scaling characteristics. The model is parametrized in many of the main input parameters to POP as well as characteristics of a processing… CONTINUE READING
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