The Intel® Platform Modeling tool is an Intel research project which simultaneously collects all available hardware metrics on the platform – host processor, chipset, video, 3D, even NVIDIA. Some of the hardware metrics are not yet publicly available but will be made available as soon as authorization is received. Software metrics such as Perfmon and metrics from application code can be added to the mix of simultaneous hardware metrics. By collecting metrics at the same time, relationships between metrics can be uncovered using any available method including Machine Learning (ML). With an increasing number of metrics available, a list of the best predictors of performance from ML can orient the developer to the right bottleneck in a hardware or software design. The Intel® Platform Modeling tool is available for Windows XP and Vista 32-bit platforms.
This section details the processor, memory, disk space, and operating system requirements for installing various components of the Intel Performance Tuning Utility. The following list was used for the compatibility testing with Intel Performance Tuning Utility.
Intel® Celeron® processor
Intel® Celeron® D processor
Intel® Pentium® 4 processor
Intel® Pentium® D processor
Intel® Pentium® 4 processor Extreme Edition
Intel® Xeon® processor
Intel® Xeon® DP processor
Intel® Xeon® MP processor
Intel® Pentium® M processor
Mobile Intel® Pentium® 4 processor-M
Mobile Intel® Celeron® processor
Intel® Celeron® M processor
Intel® Core™ Duo processor
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor
Memory and disk space requirements for the application you are tuning may be larger than the Platform Modeling tool requirements. In this case, make sure you have sufficient memory and disk space for running your application in addition to the Platform Modeling tool.
Command line collector and viewer
Graphical User Interface
Disk Space Requirements
Total (archive file, its extracted files, and all installed components) not including Eclipse* packages
NOTE: Project data may use gigabytes of data on disk depending on the duration of sampling and the number of processors.
Run the setup.exe in the distributed directory to install the Platform Modeling tool.
There are documents and presentations on the Platform Modeling tool. Consult the news group to obtain the latest materials.
Related Products and Services
Information on Intel Software Development Products is available at /en-us/intel-sdp-home/. Some of the related products include:
Accelerate software performance using Intel® Compilers. Compatible with other tools you use, the Intel compilers integrate into popular development environments and features source and binary compatibility with other widely-used compilers.
The Intel® Performance Library Suite provides a set of routines optimized for various Intel processors.
The Intel® Math Kernel Library, which provides developers of scientific and engineering software with a set of linear algebra, fast Fourier transforms and vector math functions optimized for the latest Intel Pentium and Intel Itanium processors.
The Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives consists of cross-platform tools to build high performance software for several Intel architectures and several operating systems
Known Problems and Limitations
Please post at the news group if you are interested in Vista 64 bit support.
This is the first edition. More information on problems and limitations is available at the news group.
Feedback and Technical Support
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Diagnostic and Logging
There is an application log file collected during every run which describes the platform and requested activity. When reporting a problem at the site, it is often useful to provide this log file which is available if you click on the “Application Log” in the user interface.
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