Performance Evaluation of Parallel Algorithms

Donald Ene Vincent Ike Anireh

Evaluating how well a whole system or set of subsystems performs is one of the primary objectives of performance testing. We can tell via performance assessment if the architecture implementation meets the design objectives. Performance evaluations of several parallel algorithms are compared in this study. Both theoretical and experimental methods are used in performance assessment as a subdiscipline in computer science. The parallel method outperforms its sequential counterpart in terms of throughput. The parallel algorithm's performance (speedup) is examined, as shown in the result.

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