Performance Analysis of KDD Applications using Hardware Event Counters
Modern processors and computer systems are designed to be efficient and achieve high performance with applications that have regular memory access patterns. For example, dense linear algebra routines can be implemented to achieve near peak performance. While such routines have traditionally formed the core of many scientific and engineering applications, commercial workloads like database and web servers, or decision support systems (data warehouses and data mining) are one of the fastest...[Show more]
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