ns2 project in europe Ns2 project in Europe one use of monitoring information, dynamic adaptation, is illustrated with the sample distributed quicksort program. We conclude with ns2 project in Europe a summary, a comparison with related research, and a discussion of future work. The monitor is responsible for the collection and ns2 project in Europe analysis of distributed program information. Its overall structure is shown in for one hardware configuration, a distributed research network connected by an EtherNet network. The resident monitor,residing on each network node, collects and analyzes ns2 project in Europe monitoring information about processes executing on that node. The resident monitors report to a central monitorexecuting on the network node on which the monitoring databaseis stored. The central ns2 project in Europe monitor collects and analyzesdistributed information, interacts with the other tools in Issos, and provides a user interface.’ The monitor was operated ns2 project in europe stand-alone and it was used within the Issos system for parallel programming and program adaptation. The different components of the Issos system are depicted The solid, labeled lines between the modules indicate the information ns2 project in Europe exchanged prior to program execution. The dotted lines indicate some of the information ns2 project in Europe exchanges during program execution This figure depicts the generation of an instrumented, compiled, and loaded application; the run-time instrumentation of an application during execution is depicted The function of each component as it relates to the ns2 project in europe monitoring system is described below The PCS is used for program entry, editing, compilation, and initiation of linking and loading. It describes a ns2 project in Europe parallel program as a set of objects interacting via invocation.