Papka, Michael E.
M.S. (Master of Science)
Department of Computer Science
Computer science; Design; High performance computing--Research; Supercomputers--Research
The routine execution of jobs on high-performance computing resources generates a companion volume of complex operational data. Using new visualization methods and tools, this data can be mined to gain insight into the overall operation of a super-computing facility. This research explores new approaches to the visualization of operational data from high-performance computing facilities. Using job log data produced by system schedulers, a variety of different visualizations are presented that take into account multiple users, projects, and machines over long periods of time with a goal of producing a holistic view of resource utilization and project campaign cycles.
Young, Adam, "Holistic visualization of high-performance computing facilities" (2015). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 3392.
Northern Illinois University
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