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Fault Detection in Distributed Systems by Representative Subspace Mapping

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Fault Detection in Distributed Systems by Representative Subspace Mapping
The high dimensionality of system observation, together with the frequent changes of system normal behavior resulting from workload variations, makes fault detection very difficult in distributed computing systems. This paper addresses these issues by proposing a novel statistical technique, the principal canonical correlation analysis (PCCA), and applying it to monitor the system in a supervised manner. Given a set of input variables u and system measurements x, PCCA extracts a subspace ˜x(1) from x that is not only highly correlated with the input u, but also a significant representative of the whole distribution of x. Such property of PCCA, which combines the strengths of both PCA and CCA, is beneficial to the fault detection task. Experimental results from a real e-commerce system based on the multi-tiered J2EE architecture demonstrate the effectiveness of PCCA.
Haifeng Chen, Guofei Jiang, Kenji Yoshihira
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Type Conference
Year 2006
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Authors Haifeng Chen, Guofei Jiang, Kenji Yoshihira
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