Ribeiro-Justo, George R. and Vekariya, P. and Delaitre, Thierry and Zemerly, Mohamed-Jamal and Winter, Stephen (1997) Prototype-oriented development of high-performance systems. In: Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Software Engineering for Parallel and Distributed Systems, May 17-18 1997, Boston. IEEE, pp. 74-83. ISBN 0818680431
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/PDSE.1997.596828
We discuss the problem of developing performance-oriented software and the need for methodologies. We then present the EDPEPPS (Environment for Design and Performance Evaluation of Portable Parallel Software) approach to the problem of designing and evaluating high-performance (parallel) applications. The EDPEPPS toolset is based on a rapid prototyping philosophy, where the designer synthesises a model of the intended software which may be simulated, and the performance is subsequently analysed using visualisation. The toolset combines a graphical design tool, a simulation facility, and a visualisation tool. The same design is used to produce a code suitable for simulation and real execution.
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