RTD2662 reverse engineering …. WITH PHOTOSHOP
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This interactive video presents the TAU Performance System to help computational scientists in tuning their codes. After describing and demonstrating how performance data is collected using TAU’s automated instrumentation, we present ways to analyze the performance data collected and how to drill down to find performance bottlenecks. TAU can internally use PAPI and LIKWID tools to generate valuable data from hardware performance counters on Intel® Xeon Phi™ (KNL) cpus in Theta that can help developers gain insight into the inner workings of the processor and memory. This interactive videoconference will be held from 12 to 1 p.m. (CDT).
The session is presented by Sameer Shende, Director of the Performance Research Lab at the University of Oregon. He is also the President and Director of ParaTools, Inc, which specializes in performance evaluation, algorithms, and software development for parallel and distributed computing.