Parallel Computing: Performance Metrics and Models

@inproceedings{Sahni1995ParallelCP,
  title={Parallel Computing: Performance Metrics and Models},
  author={Sartaj Sahni and Venkat ThanvantriComputer},
  year={1995}
}
We review the many performance metrics that have been proposed for parallel systems (i.e., program { architecture combinations). These include the many variants of speedup, eeciency, and isoeeciency. We give reasons why none of these metrics should be used independent of the run time of the parallel system. The run time remains the dominant metric and the remaining metrics are important only to the extent they favor systems with better run time. We also lay out the minimum requirements that a… CONTINUE READING
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