Automatic Performance Analysis: Real Tools - APART 2

  • Luque Fadon, Emilio (Investigador/a principal)
  • DIKAIAKOS, Marios (Investigador/a)
  • FAHRINGER, Thomas (Investigador/a)
  • GURD, John (Investigador/a)
  • Gerndt, Michael (Investigador/a)
  • KACSUK, Peter (Investigador/a)
  • MALONY, Allen (Investigador/a)
  • MILLER, Barton (Investigador/a)
  • MOHR, Bernd (Investigador/a)
  • REED, Daniel A. (Investigador/a)
  • TRAEFF, Jesper Larsson (Investigador/a)

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    Description

    The working group APART 2 will network national European development projects working on automatic performance analysis tools. These projects are based on the results of the Esprit Working Group APART 1 (Project No. 29488) on Automatic Performance Analysis, which was being funded until December 2000. APART 2 will extend the specification techniques developed in APART 1 and will investigate a broad range of implementation technologies. Besides collaboration among the national projects, the working group will investigate requirements and techniques for performance analysis in grid environments. The European and American partners of this working group will closely collaborate to disseminate and collect information on automatic performance analysis tools. Three international workshops will be held in the style of the successful APART 1 workshops.
    EstatusAcabat
    Data efectiva d'inici i finalització1/08/0131/07/04

    Socis col·laboradors

    • University of Cyprus
    • Universität Wien (University of Vienna)
    • Victoria University of Manchester (University of Manchester)
    • Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Számítástechnikai és Automatizálási Kutatóintézet
    • University of Oregon
    • Technische Universität München (TUM) (guia)
    • University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison)
    • Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
    • University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
    • NEC Europe Ltd.
    • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)

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