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Consolidation and Performance measurements of ROOT Multiproc Core

Chelba, Anda-Catalina; Ganis, Gerardo

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  <dc:creator>Chelba, Anda-Catalina</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Ganis, Gerardo</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>Project Specification

ROOT is a C++ framework for data processing, storage and analysis born in the heart of high-energy physics research, at CERN. It is widely adopted by HEP and other scientific communities. A cornerstone of the software stacks of all LHC experiments, it is deployed for all stages of their data processing: from filtering of collision events to final analysis before publications.

ROOT features three modules allowing to process tasks in parallel: PROOF, PROOF-Lite and MultiProc. The release of this project is the consolodation of Multiproc module and the investigation of the runtime performance of different parallel processing technologies.</dc:description>
  <dc:subject>CERN openlab summer student</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Consolidation and Performance measurements of ROOT Multiproc Core</dc:title>
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