is a research toolkit for designing High Performance Computing and Communications
(HPCC) systems and applications. This toolkit uses a framework to integrate
various modeling techniques and provides the HPCC system designer with
an in-depth analysis of the potential performance of the system. It provides
a graphic interface that corresponds to the world view of the HPCC system
designer, with icons that represent workstations, parallel computers, rings,
buses, switches etc. The toolkit provides the capability for interactive
analysis of system designs, ruling out trouble-prone configurations and
identifying potential bottlenecks.
is supported by a grant from Rome Laboratory and supervised by Dr.
Salim Hariri and at College of Engineering and Mines, Department of
ECE, University of Arizona,Tucson,Arizona.
is designed using Object-oriented technologies and implemented in Java
. Java is an object oriented programming language optimized for distributed
applications. Applications written in Java can migrate transparently over
the internet accessible by anyone using a Java enabled browser such as
Internet Explorer or Netscape.