Active Time (ms)=
Stall Time (ms)+
Active Utilization Time (ms).
Take tile(25,0) as an example, tile(25,0) is active for a period of 0.003 ms, where 0.000 ms is stalled(=> Not stalled), and 0.003 ms is actively executing instructions. During the 0.003 ms active period, 0.001 milliseconds is executing vector instructions. There are 0.002 milliseconds spent on other instructions, such as load/store instructions.
There are a total of 672 Vector instructions, 264 Load Instructions, and 282 Store Instructions during the Active Utilization Time (ms).