Transfer Efficiency

The Transfer Efficiency (TE) measures inefficiencies due to time in data transfer.

It is expressed as:

\[TE = \frac{Total Runtime On Ideal Network}{Total Runtime On Real Network}\]

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Related patterns: Communication imbalance in MPI · Communication protocol issues · High weighted communication in between ranks · Low transfer efficiency following large computation · Network boundaries · Wait for non-blocking send operations preventing computational progress · Operating System Noise · Runtime overhead ·