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Performance by unified model analysis (PUMA)

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Performance by unified model analysis (PUMA)
Evaluation of non-functional properties of a design (such as performance, dependability, security, etc.) can be enabled by design annotations specific to the property to be evaluated. Performance properties, for instance, can be annotated on UML designs by using the "UML Profile for Schedulability, Performance and Time (SPT)". However the communication between the design description in UML and the tools used for non-functional properties evaluation requires support, particularly for performance where there are many alternative performance analysis tools that might be applied. This paper describes a tool architecture called PUMA, which provides a unified interface between different kinds of design information and different kinds of performance models, for example Markov models, stochastic Petri nets and process algebras, queues and layered queues. The paper concentrates on the creation of performance models. The unified interface of PUMA is centered on an intermediate model c...
C. Murray Woodside, Dorina C. Petriu, Dorin Bogdan
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WOSP
Authors C. Murray Woodside, Dorina C. Petriu, Dorin Bogdan Petriu, Hui Shen, Toqeer Israr, José Merseguer
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