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Model-Driven Performance Evaluation for Service Engineering

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Model-Driven Performance Evaluation for Service Engineering
Service engineering and service-oriented architecture as an integration and platform technology is a recent approach to software systems integration. Software quality aspects such as performance are of central importance for the integration of heterogeneous, distributed service-based systems. Empirical performance evaluation is a process of measuring and calculating performance metrics of the implemented software. We present an approach for the empirical, model-based performance evaluation of services and service compositions in the context of model-driven service engineering. Temporal databases theory is utilised for the empirical performance evaluation of model-driven developed service systems.
Claus Pahl, Marko Boskovic, Wilhelm Hasselbring
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ECOWS
Authors Claus Pahl, Marko Boskovic, Wilhelm Hasselbring
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