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Nathan Tallent, John Mellor-Crummey, Laksono Adhianto, Michael Fagan, and Mark Krentel (2008)

HPCToolkit: performance tools for scientific computing

Proc. of the SciDAC 2008 Conference, J. Phys., 125(012088).

As part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) program, science teams are tackling problems that require simulation and modeling on petascale computers. As part of activities associated with the SciDAC Center for Scalable Application Development Software (CScADS) and the Performance Engineering Research Institute (PERI), Rice University is building software tools for performance analysis of scientific applications on the leadership-class platforms. In this poster abstract, we briefly describe the HPCToolkit performance tools and how they can be used to pinpoint bottlenecks in SPMD and multi-threaded parallel codes. We demonstrate HPCToolkit’s utility by applying it to two SciDAC applications: the S3D code for simulation of turbulent combustion and the MFDn code for ab initio calculations of microscopic structure of nuclei.
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