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  1. Significant power consumption is one of the major challenges for current and future high-performance computing (HPC) systems. All the while, HPC systems generally remain power underutilized, making them a great candidate for applying power oversubscription to reclaim unused capacity. However, an oversubscribed HPC system may occasionally get overloaded. In this paper, we propose MPR (Market-based Power Reduction), a scalable market-based approach where users actively participate in reducing the HPC system’s power consumption to mitigate overloads. In MPR, HPC users bid to supply, in exchange for incentives, the resource reduction required for handling the overloads. Using several real-world trace-based simulations, we extensively evaluate MPR and show that, by participating in MPR, users always receive more rewards than the cost of performance loss. At the same time, the HPC manager enjoys orders of magnitude more resource gain than her incentive payoff to the users. We also demonstrate the real-world effectiveness of MPR on a prototype system. 
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  2. High performance computing (HPC) system runs compute-intensive parallel applications requiring large number of nodes. An HPC system consists of heterogeneous computer architecture nodes, including CPUs, GPUs, field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), etc. Power capping is a method to improve parallel application performance subject to variable power constraints. In this paper, we propose a parallel application power and performance prediction simulator. We present prediction model to predict application power and performance for unknown power-capping values considering heterogeneous computing architecture. We develop a job scheduling simulator based on parallel discrete-event simulation engine. The simulator includes a power and performance prediction model, as well as a resource allocation model. Based on real-life measurements and trace data, we show the applicability of our proposed prediction model and simulator. 
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