Performance evalution on object oriented system design using simulation

Çagırıcı, İlker


Performance benchmarking of a discontinuous Galerkin-based compressible flow solver on GPU computing platforms using cnsBench
Karakuş, Ali; Unnikrishnan, Umesh; Rowe, Kris; Patel, Saumil S (2022-11-22)
Heterogeneous computing architectures have become an integral feature of modern supercomputers. In this work, we present the performance benchmarking results of a discontinuous Galerkin, spectral-element solver for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations on different GPU-based computing platforms. The solver uses OCCA, an open-source library that provides the portability layer to offload targeted kernels across different architectures and vendor platforms, and achieve application portability. Profiling of ...
Performance prediction of implicitly defined estimators of non-random parameters
Mehmetcik, Erdal; Candan, Çağatay; Orguner, Umut; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2023-1-11)
This thesis study is concerned with performance prediction for estimators with non-random parameters. A rather general class of estimators, called implicitly defined estimators (IDEs), is of main interest. An implicitly defined estimator declares the minimizer/maximizer of a selected cost/reward function as the parameter estimate. The maximum likelihood (ML) and the least squares estimators are among the well-known examples of this class. An exact MSE expression for implicitly defined estimators with a symm...
PErformance and time requirement analysis of top hat transform based small target detection algorithms
Ulusoy, İlkay (2015-04-24)
Top-Hat transform is well known background suppression method used in small target detection. In this paper, we investigate various different Top-Hat transformation based small target detection approaches. All of the methods are implemented with their best parameter settings and applied to the same test image. The comparison among them is done in terms of three issues: 1. the detection performance (precision and false alarm rate), 2. the time requirement of the method and its usability for real time applica...
Performance Models for the Spike Banded Linear System Solver
Manguoğlu, Murat; Sameh, Ahmed; Grama, Ananth (Hindawi Limited, 2011)
With availability of large-scale parallel platforms comprised of tens-of-thousands of processors and beyond, there is significant impetus for the development of scalable parallel sparse linear system solvers and preconditioners. An integral part of this design process is the development of performance models capable of predicting performance and providing accurate cost models for the solvers and preconditioners. There has been some work in the past on characterizing performance of the iterative solvers them...
Performance Evaluation of the Grid-based FastSLAM in V-RFP Using MATLAB
Azak, Salim (2018-02-24)
This paper presents a Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) application that is developed in V-REP robot simulation program by using Grid-Based FastSLAM method. In this work, the SLAM problem in an unknown indoor environment is solved with the Pioneer 3 DX mobile robot equipped with a laser range finder. Control scripts are developed in the Lua and FastSLAM scripts using MATLAB that is linked to the simulation platform by means of the Remote API feature of the V-REP. In order to evaluate of the perfo...
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İ. Çagırıcı, “Performance evalution on object oriented system design using simulation,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2002.