Using Synthetic Perturbations and Statistical Screening to Assay Shared-Memory Programs

Abstract

Synthetic-perturbation screening (SPS, hereafter, for brevity) is a diagnostic technique employing artificial code in discussion to follow, delays placed within segments of an MIMD program. These insertions simulate code changes in suspected program bottlenecks [6]. Screening techniques based upon statistical experimental design then flag those program… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/0020-0190(95)00012-2

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