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Experiment for the paper "On the Algebraic Properties of Flame Graphs" https://arxiv.org/abs/2301.08941
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This paper appears to be formalising the nature of a flame graph, recognising that they rest on data from sampling profilers and as such suffer a "never the same twice" variation when repeatedly run, and thus seeking to quantify "distance" of one graph from another as well as "average" of multiple graphs (for the "one true mean reference graph" I guess).
The motivation is then to be able to reliably measure "distance" from one group of profiling runs to another, before and after changes of interest.
I dare say much more is possible, but I fear I've barely skimmed the material before bedtime :/
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