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  • A method for the definition of metrics over i* models 

    Franch Gutiérrez, Javier (Springer Verlag, 2009)
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    The i* framework has been widely adopted by the information systems community for goal- and agent-oriented modeling and analysis. One of its potential benefits is the assessment of the properties of the modeled sociotechnical ...
  • Guided performance analysis combining profile and trace tools 

    Giménez Lucas, Judit; Labarta Mancho, Jesús José; Pegenaute Bresme, Xavier; Wen, Hui-Fang; Klepacki, David; Chung, I-Hsin; Cong, Guojing; Voigtländer, Felix; Mohr, Bernd (Springer, 2010)
    Conference report
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    Performance analysis is very important to understand the applications’ behavior and to identify bottlenecks. Performance analysis tools should facilitate the exploration of the data collected and help to identify where the ...
  • Trace spectral analysis toward dynamic levels of detail 

    Llort Sanchez, German Matías; Casas Guix, Marc; Servat Gelabert, Harald; Huck, Kevin A.; Giménez Lucas, Judit; Labarta Mancho, Jesús José (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2011)
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    The emergence of Petascale systems has raised new challenges to performance analysis tools. Understanding every single detail of an execution is important to bridge the gap between the theoretical peak and the actual ...
  • Unveiling internal evolution of parallel application computation phases 

    Servat Gelabert, Harald; Llort Sanchez, German Matías; Giménez Lucas, Judit; Huck, Kevin A.; Labarta Mancho, Jesús José (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2011)
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    As access to supercomputing resources is becoming more and more commonplace, performance analysis tools are gaining importance in order to decrease the gap between the application performance and the supercomputers' peak ...