BP-Sim allows users to perform an extensive range of tests across the chain of payment services and thus identify potential causes of failures before launching payment systems into production. BP-Sim consists of following modules: BP-Source, BP-Host, BP-HSM and BP-SeeEMV. BP-Source and BP-Host are payment transaction simulators supporting formats as: APACS30, AS2805, many ISO8583 dialects, IFSF, SPDH, TCMP. Together with industry-standard cryptography, multi-platform support, configurable transaction load up to 2000 TPS. BP-Sim HSM module provides an adequate TCP/IP simulation of the Thales Hardware Security Mod. BP-SeeEMV simulates the steps involved in an EMV transaction that take place in the EMV terminal and the Issuer Server (when conducted online). Module can process a transaction one step at a time in step-by-step mode or to certain break-point.
Small UnitTest system for testing software in C + +
BEnchMarks for Automatic Parallelizer
BEMAP (BEnchMarks for Automatic Parallelizer) is a benchmark used to measure performance for an automatic parallelizer. All OpenCL code benchmarks covered in this project are done step-by-step along with hand-tunning. Each tuning step executional time are measured in details with a comprehensive user interface and help option. The exact implementation in native code (C++) is also provided in each project folder for reference. By using these benchmarks, one may analyze: 1. How to tune/optimize the auto-parallelizer's compiler 2. Whether the appropriate optimization procedure is provided within the compiler This project is partially funded by the Department of the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO).