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Unformatted text preview: 0 235042017 (349.40 (358.93 (359.38 (360.95 (360.97 (368.91 (379.35 (383.08 (383.10 (388.88 (399.33 (408.85 (419.28 (423.58 (423.60 (428.81 CHAPTER 9. MEASURING PROGRAM EXECUTION TIME ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), ms), Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration Duration 5224961 247557 858571 8297 4357437 5718758 2047118 7153 3170650 5726129 5217543 5718135 2359281 7096 2859227 5718793 (9.532449 (0.451644 (1.566382 (0.015137 (7.949733 (10.433335 (3.734774 (0.013050 (5.784552 (10.446783 (9.518916 (10.432199 (4.304286 (0.012946 (5.216390 (10.433399 ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) ms) Figure 9.5: Example Trace Showing Activity Periods on Loaded Machine. When other active processes are present, the tracing process is inactive for longer periods of time. This trace shows a log of these periods for a program over a total duration of 89.8 ms. The process was active for 53.0% of this time. bou...
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2010 for the course ELECTRICAL 360 taught by Professor Schultz during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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