Quantitative Evaluation of Computing and Communication Systems: 8th International Conference on Modelling Techniques and Tools for Computer Performance Evaluation, Performance Tools '95, 8th GI/ITG Conference on Measuring, Modelling and Evaluating Computing and Communication Systems, MMB '95Heidelberg, Germany, Septem
Heinz Beilner, Falko Bause
Springer, Oct 18, 1995 - Digital computer simulation - 415 pages
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Modelling Techniques and Tools for Computer Performance Evaluation (Performance Tools '95) and of the 8th GI/ITG Conference on Measuring, Modelling and Evaluating Computing and Communication Systems, MMB '95, held jointly in Heidelberg, Germany in September 1995. The volume presents 26 full refereed papers selected from a total of 86 submissions, together with two invited contributions. The scope of the papers includes measurement- and model-based approaches for quantitative systems assessment, reports on theoretical and methodological progress, and novel and improved assessment techniques and their tool implementations and applications.
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Evaluation of a CPU Scheduling Mechanism
Measuring Fault Tolerance with the FTAPE Fault Injection Tool
Queueing Analysis of DiscreteTime Buffer Systems
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algorithm analysis application approach approximation architecture arrival behaviour buffer causal communication components Computer corresponding customers database DBMS defined delay denoted depends described deterministic distribution DSPN entity environment equations execution exponential fault injection fault tolerance Figure function given graph hardware hierarchical HLQPN HQPN IEEE implementation index word input Intel Paragon interarrival interface iteration Little's law LLQPNs Markov chains matrix matrix exponentials measurements meta-model method multicast N-MAP node operations packet parallel program parameters pC++ Performance Evaluation performance models performance prediction PerPreT Petri nets probability probability vector problem problem size Proc processor queueing models random random variables represent request resource routers routing Section sequential consistency server simulation model slot SMART2 solution specification SPMD stochastic Petri nets structure subnet synchronization task techniques throughput tool traffic transient transition utilization values variables vector