Webinar: LIKWID, OSACA, and Sparse Matrix-Vector Multiplication (SpMV) on the A64FX Processor

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On July 27, 2021 we presented an open webinar with lectures and demos/hands-on for the Institute for Advanced Computational Science at Stony Brook University, showcasing the tools likwid-topology, likwid-pin, likwid-perfctr, and OSACA for analyzing the performance of SpMV on the A64FX processor with the help of the Roofline performance model. The demos were conducted on the OOKAMI system at Stony Brook University.

Speakers: Christie L. Alappat, Thomas Gruber, Jan Laukemann, and Georg Hager

The presentation slides are available at: http://tiny.cc/OOKAMI-Hackathon.