Academics around the world are standardizing on Allinea Software's tools to allow researchers to focus on their science and to introduce students to parallel programming concepts.
Rebecca Hartman-Baker is inspiring students to become the workforce Western Australia will need for its world-class research projects. To help with this goal, she threw a profiling party to make code-optimization a fun activity.
Rebecca Hartman-Baker is inspiring students to become the workforce Western Australia will need for its world-class research projects.
Throw a profiling party to make code-optimization a fun activity.
Creating a holistic geoscientific model is complicated enough. So when scientists have to debug their computer code, they turn to Allinea DDT, a tool easy enough for undergraduates to use.
To gain a more holistic view of the planet, environmental scientists and engineers are linking their models together and bringing in more data. The size, complexity and distributed nature of their projects make the traditional methods of debugging ineffective. Time and budget constraints make the problem seem insurmountable.
Allinea DDT – the leading graphical debugging tool – makes it easy to debug a complex, multi-tiered project.
System users compete for system time, and to get more results from their supercomputer and speed up research need to run their applications faster.
The Allinea MAP profiling tool to complement the existing installation of the Allinea DDT debugger.
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