Performance Oriented Development of SPMD Programs Based on Task Structure Specifications

@inproceedings{Ferscha1994PerformanceOD,
  title={Performance Oriented Development of SPMD Programs Based on Task Structure Specifications},
  author={Alois Ferscha and James Johnson},
  booktitle={CONPAR},
  year={1994}
}
An incremental development process for parallel SPMD programs driven by performance engineering activities is proposed. We provide a methodology and set of computerized tools to support the implementation design phase and early evaluation of skeletal program designs from a performance point of view, such that performance critical design choices can be investigated far ahead of the full coding of the application. The technique and the use of our tools are demonstrated by developing a parallel… CONTINUE READING

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