alexa SRC: automatic extraction of SST macro skeleton models


Journal of Information Technology & Software Engineering

Author(s): Amruth Rudraiah Dakshinamurthy

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The utilization of large scale parallel event simulators such as SST/macro requires that skeleton models of underlying software systems and architectures be created. Implementing such models by abstracting the designs of large scale parallel applications requires a substantial manual effort and introduces the hazards of human errors. We outline an approach for the automatic extraction of SST/macro skeleton models from large scale parallel applications. Our methodology for deriving SST/macro skeleton models is based on the use of extensible and open-source ROSE compiler infrastructure. The SST/macro skeleton models are then combined with appropriate models of the network and hardware configurations.

This article was published in ICS '11 Proceedings of the international conference on Supercomputing and referenced in Journal of Information Technology & Software Engineering

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