The Autopilot performance-directed adaptive control system

  title={The Autopilot performance-directed adaptive control system},
  author={Randy L. Ribler and Huseyin Simitci and Daniel A. Reed},
  journal={Future Generation Comp. Syst.},
High-performance computing is rapidly expanding to include distributed collections of heterogeneous sequential and parallel systems and irregular applications with complex, data dependent execution behavior and time varying resource demands. To provide adaptive resource management for dynamic applications, we are developing the Autopilot toolkit. Autopilot provides a exible set of performance sensors, decision procedures, and policy actuators to realize adaptive control of applications and… CONTINUE READING
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