MuMMI is an infrastructure for analyzing and modeling the performance and power consumption of parallel and distributed applications.
MuMMI_R is the MuMMI with Resilience, which advances the understanding of the relationship of power, execution time and resilience on HPC systems.
The Multiple Metrics Modeling Infrastructure (MuMMI) project is funded by an NSF CSR Large Grant (CNS-0911023, CNS-0910899, CNS-0910784). The project is a collaboration among Valerie Taylor and Xingfu Wu (Texas A&M University), Kirk Cameron (Virginia Tech), Dan Terpstra (University of Tennessee at Knoxville), and Shirley Moore (University of Texas at El Paso).
The MuMMI_R project is funded by an NSF CCF Grant (CCF-1619236 and CCF-1618776). The project is a collaboration between Valerie Taylor and Xingfu Wu (University of Chicago) and Zhiling Lan (Illinois Institute of Technology).