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AbstractÐIn many real applications, for example, those with frequent and irregular communication patterns or those using large messages, network contention and contention for message processing resources can be a significant part of the total execution time. This paper presents a new cost model, called LoGPC, that extends the LogP  and LogGP  models to account for the impact of network contention and network interface DMA behavior on the performance of message passing programs. Wedoi:10.1145/277858.277933 fatcat:ddcgz6e7wrfdtcddsmao53lfzq