When a compiler parallelizes a loop in a function or a region that has parallelization directives, it creates new body functions that are not in the original source code. These functions are described in Overview of OpenMP Software Execution.
In user mode, Performance Analyzer does not show these functions. In expert and machine mode, Performance Analyzer shows these functions as normal functions, and assigns a name to them based on the function from which they were extracted, in addition to the compiler-generated name. Their exclusive metrics and inclusive metrics represent the time spent in the body function. In addition, the function from which the construct was extracted shows inclusive metrics from each of the body functions. This process is described in Overview of OpenMP Software Execution.
When a function containing parallel loops is inlined, the names of its compiler-generated body functions reflect the function into which it was inlined, not the original function.