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Title: Análisis de rendimiento de aplicaciones en sistemas multicore
Authors: Hernández Barragán, Esteban de Jesús
Director: Jorba Esteve, Josep
Other: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: performance
Surface Mount Technology
multicore programming
Issue Date: 20-Jan-2011
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Type: Master Thesis
Abstract: The rapid growth of the multicore systems and the diverse approaches that these have taken, allow complex processes that before only were possible to execute in supercomputers, today can be executed in low-cost solutions also called "commodity hardware". These solutions can be implemented by means of the bestselling processors (Intel and AMD). When these solutions are scaled to scientific computing requirements is essential to have methods to measure their performance and how these perform under different workloads. Due to the large number of load types on the market, and even within scientific computing, it is necessary to introduce "typical"measures that can serve as a basis in assessment processes and solutions acquisition, having a high degree of certainty of operation. In this research it is proposed a practical approach to this assessment and the results of tests performed on AMD and Intel multicore equipment architectures are presented.
Language: Spanish
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