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1 has been computed previously. the computation of block J + 1 requires accessing one additional block of each of the stage vectors VI , ••• , V 4 and the argument vectors WI, ••. , W 4 only. Right: Blocks accessed to compute the first and the second blocks of 171<+ I and 171<+1. pattern off. The computation of the blocks J -1, J, J + 1 ofws requires the corresponding blocks of v 8-1' But these blocks cannot be computed before the computation of the blocks J - 2 to J + 2 of W s-1 is finished. Altogether.

However, it should be noted that no timing information is stored in the trace file. Timing information is produced by a Trace Model Evaluator (TME) developed at Los Alamos. The TME allows different prediction sub- models to be used to predict: the time to process a cell-angle pair, the communication costs, and the communication contention. Different sub- models may be used to predict component times for different systems. The TME effectively replays the trace file whilst accounting for the expected time taken by each event, and also resolving communication dependencies and possible contention in the communication network [10].

The working space of stage i of this implementation consists of i . n stage vector elements, n argument vector elements, and n elements of the approximation vector. (C) To use stage vector components as soon after their computation as possible, the loops computing argument vectors and stage vectors are interchanged. Now a stage vector VI is first computed and then immediately used to build all argument vectors for succeeding function evaluations in the same time step. All interleaved accesses to vectors VI are removed and actually only one vector v is needed to perform the computation of the different stage vectors one after another.

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