Measuring Energy and Power with PAPI

@article{Weaver2012MeasuringEA,
  title={Measuring Energy and Power with PAPI},
  author={Vincent M. Weaver and Matt Johnson and Kiran Kasichayanula and James Ralph and Piotr Luszczek and Daniel Terpstra and Shirley Moore},
  journal={2012 41st International Conference on Parallel Processing Workshops},
  year={2012},
  pages={262-268}
}
Energy and power consumption are becoming critical metrics in the design and usage of high performance systems. We have extended the Performance API (PAPI) analysis library to measure and report energy and power values. These values are reported using the existing PAPI API, allowing code previously instrumented for performance counters to also measure power and energy. Higher level tools that build on PAPI will automatically gain support for power and energy readings when used with the newest… CONTINUE READING
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