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A Dynamic and Adaptive Quiescence Detection Algorithm
PPL Technical Report 1993
Publication Type: Paper
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Abstract
A large number of quiescence detection algorithms with good theoretical upper-bounds have been proposed before. However the metric used to measure the performance of these algorithms is not suitable. We propose a new metric for measuring the performance of a quiescence detection algorithm. We also present an algorithm to detect quiescence in an asynchronous and dynamic model of parallel computation. The algorithm has been implemented for a machine independent parallel programming system, Charm. Quiescence detection is provided as a feature in Charm to conduct a variety of operations like collecting statistics about user computation, initiating new phases of computation, or just terminating the user computation.
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Amitabh B. Sinha and L. V. Kale and B. Ramkumar, "A Dynamic and Adaptive Quiescence Detection Algorithm", Parallel Programming Laboratory, Department of Computer Science , University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1993.
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