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B. Helm. A. D. Malony, S. P. Fickas, "Capturing and Automating Performance Diagnosis: the Poirot approach," Proc. 9th International Parallel Processing Symposium (IPPS'95), pp.

Keywords: software performance evaluation, program debugging, diagnostic expert systems, performance diagnosis, Poirot, parallel programming, diagnosis methods, performance tools, performance debugging, knowledge-based diagnosis, software engineering

Performance diagnosis, the process of finding and explaining performance problems, is an important part of parallel programming. Effective performance diagnosis requires that the programmer plan an appropriate method, and manage the experiments required by that method. This paper presents Poirot, an architecture to support performance diagnosis. It explains how the architecture helps automatically, adaptably plan and manage the diagnosis process. The paper evaluates the generality and practicality of Poirot, by reconstructing diagnosis methods found in several published performance tools.


Created: Wed Feb 18 10:56:51 2004

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