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The PAMELA (PerformAnce ModEling LAnguage) project aims at the development of a modeling methodology that yields fast, parameterized performance models of parallel programs running on shared-memory as well as distributed-memory (vector) machines. This new performance modeling language supports a procedure-oriented modeling paradigm. First the application and machine are modeled in terms of a PAMELA source description. Rather than just simulating the source model, a novel compile-time analysis method is employed through which a PAMELA model is automatically compiled into an explicit analytical performance model.

Current Version:   1.0

License Type:   Free for Non-Commercial Use

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Source Code Availability:   Yes

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Unix (compiles just fine on Linux)

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