Using PAPI for hardware performance monitoring on Linux systems

@inproceedings{Dongarra2001UsingPF,
  title={Using PAPI for hardware performance monitoring on Linux systems},
  author={Jack Dongarra and Kevin S. London and Shirley Moore and Philip Mucci and Daniel Terpstra},
  year={2001}
}
PAPI is a specification of a cross-platform interface to hardware performance counters on modern microprocessors. These counters exist as a small set of registers that count events, which are occurrences of specific signals related to a processor's function. Monitoring these events has a variety of uses in application performance analysis and tuning. The PAPI specification consists of both a standard set of events deemed most relevant for application performance tuning, as well as both high… CONTINUE READING
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