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Balance of HPC Systems Based on HPCC Benchmark Results

@inproceedings{Rabenseifner2005BalanceOH,
  title={Balance of HPC Systems Based on HPCC Benchmark Results},
  author={R. Rabenseifner},
  year={2005}
}
Based on results reported by the HPC Challenge benchmark suite (HPCC), the balance between computational speed, communication bandwidth, and memory bandwidth is analyzed for HPC systems from Cray, NEC, IBM, and other vendors, and clusters with various network interconnects. Strength and weakness of the communication interconnect is examined for three communication patterns. The HPCC suite was re- leased to analyze the performance of high-performance computing ar- chitectures using several… Expand
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