|Title||Power Monitoring with PAPI for Extreme Scale Architectures and Dataflow-based Programming Models|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Authors||McCraw, H., J. Ralph, A. Danalis, and J. Dongarra|
|Conference Name||Workshop on Monitoring and Analysis for High Performance Computing Systems Plus Applications (HPCMASPA 2014), IEEE Cluster 2014|
|Conference Location||Madrid, Spain|
|Other Numbers||pp. 385-391|
For more than a decade, the PAPI performance- monitoring library has provided a clear, portable interface to the hardware performance counters available on all modern CPUs and other components of interest (e.g., GPUs, network, and I/O systems). Most major end-user tools that application developers use to analyze the performance of their applications rely on PAPI to gain access to these performance counters.