Visualizing Performance Data With Respect to the Simulated Geometry

Tom Vierjahn, Torsten Wolfgang Kuhlen, Matthias Stefan Müller, Bernd Hentschel
1st JARA-HPC Symposium, 2016

Understanding the performance behaviour of high-performance computing (hpc) applications based on performance profiles is a challenging task. Phenomena in the performance behaviour can stem from the hpc system itself, from the application’s code, but also from the simulation domain. In order to analyse the latter phenomena, we propose a system that visualizes profile-based performance data in its spatial context in the simulation domain, i.e., on the geometry processed by the application. It thus helps hpc experts and simulation experts understand the performance data better. Furthermore, it reduces the initially large search space by automatically labeling those parts of the data that reveal variation in performance and thus require detailed analysis.

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@inproceedings{VIERJAHN-2016-02, Author = {Vierjahn, Tom and Kuhlen, Torsten W. and M\"{u}ller, Matthias S. and Hentschel, Bernd}, Booktitle = {JARA-HPC Symposium (accepted for publication)}, Title = {Visualizing Performance Data With Respect to the Simulated Geometry}, Year = {2016}}



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