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Multi-institutions collaboration topics


Riken: Naoya Maruyama 
NCSA/UIUC: Ed Seidel 
BSC: Rosa Badia
ANL: Matthieu Dreher, Florin Isaila

The objective is to define a set of benchmarks/applications for CS research in the JLESC community

Missing pieces (Gap analysis):
  • Characterization of mini-apps
    • Performance meta-data
    • Categorization of mini-apps based on intended aspects to evaluate (e.g., a set of mini-apps for evaluating programming models)
  • Mini-apps representing coupled problems
  • Mini-apps for workflows, adaptive runtimes, etc.

Collect information on existing mini-apps

Characterization of the mini-apps

A common set of miniapps exhibiting representative I/O workloads for the JLESC applications

  • Lead: Ed Seidel   
  • Identify and collect I/O workloads
  • Need volunteers from the application experts to propose such codes

A relevant set of workflow patterns that could serve as a benchmark to evaluate future proposals of architectures for managing HPC workflows in terms of I/O and storage requirements

  • Lead: Matthieu Dreher
  • Identify, collect and share such workflow patterns


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