Guidelines for Presenting Parallel Performance

Lawrence A. Crowl, "Guidelines for Presenting Parallel Performance", Technical Report 92-80-07, Department of Computer Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, 97331-3202, December 1992

People use parallel computers for improved program performance, so effective presentation of parallel performance is important. This paper gives advice on how to measure parallel program performance and then present that performance on paper effectively present parallel performance in a manner that reduces distortion over common practice. The paper concentrates primarily on visual aspects of presentation, and secondarily on methodological aspects.

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