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2000
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Continuous Discrete-Event Simulation of a Continuous-Media Server I/O Subsystem

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Continuous Discrete-Event Simulation of a Continuous-Media Server I/O Subsystem
When designing computer systems, simulation tools are used to imitate a real or proposed system. Complex, dynamic systems can be simulated without the cost and time constraints involved with real systems. Experimentation with the simulation enables the system characteristics to be rapidly explored and system performance data to be generated, so encouraging modification to improve performance. This paper details the experiences encountered when designing and building a proprietary continuous discreteevent object-oriented simulation in order to further investigate the performance of a proposed continuous-media server I/O subsystem. Previous investigations of the proposed architecture have been based upon mathematical models in order to calculate comparative performance. However, such static models do not take into account the dynamic properties of a system. A simulation tool was therefore built in order to assess quality of service under high system load conditions. The resulting simul...
Michael Weeks, Chris Bailey, Reza Sotudeh
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where EUROMICRO
Authors Michael Weeks, Chris Bailey, Reza Sotudeh
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