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Paper ID: 787

Real-time Performance Monitoring, Adaptive Control, and Interactive Steering of Computational Grids
Vetter,J.S. Reed,D.A.

Appeared in: International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, Winter 2000, (Volume 14, No. 4), pp. 357-366.
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Year: 2000
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Field of Science: Computer Science

URL: http://hipersoft.cs.rice.edu/grads/publications/Real-time_Perf_Monit.pdf

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Abstract: Computational grids are leading to a new kind of performance sensitivity in that a small change of application structure can lead to vast changes in performance. This paper discusses the approach taken for building grid performance tools and gives a description of two grid instrumentation and visualization toolkits called Autopilot and Virtue.

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