----A Performance Tool for High-Level Parallel Programming Languages

  title={----A Performance Tool for High-Level Parallel Programming Languages},
  author={R. Bruce Irvin and Barton P. Miller},
Users of high-level parallel programming languages require accurate performance information that is relevant to their source code. Furthermore, when their programs cause performance problems at the lowest levels of their hardware and software systems, programmers need to be able to peel back layers of abstraction to examine low-level problems while maintaining references to the high-level source code that ultimately caused the problem. In this paper, we present NV, a model for the explanation… CONTINUE READING
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