Please read those final thoughts that i will make more precise
From Ramine@21:1/5 to All on Fri Apr 15 19:12:16 2016
Dr. Gunther the author of USL didn't spook about
what i am going to explain...
Please read those final thoughts that i will make more precise:
And i think that if the parallel part is variable as
in many parallel applications and is sensibly greater than
the serial part, so there is a low risk of contention and crosstalk (represented by the Alpha and Beta coefficients of USL) at sensibly
more cores and more threads, this is a more intuitive proof, so in this
case you can forecast better the scalability with my USL programs, but
if the serial part is greater and the parallel part is not variable,
so i think the approximation of my USL programs will be useful, and if
if the serial part is greater and the parallel part is not variable
the approximation of my USL programs will be good, so since those
cases constitute almost all the cases of the parallel applications that
we encounter, so my USL programs will be good at forecasting the
scalability at more and more cores and more and more threads...
This is my final thoughts as an intuitive proof that render
my USL programs important and useful to forecast scalability.
So i will add to my USL programs nonlinear regression,
so stay tuned because version 3.0 of my USL programs are
And long and happy life to USL and my USL programs !
You can find version 2.82 of my USL programs with the source code here: