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2010
Springer
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Modeling TCP throughput: An elaborated large-deviations-based model and its empirical validation
In today's Internet, a large part of the traffic is carried using the TCP transport protocol. Characterization of the variations of TCP traffic is thus a major challenge, bot...
Patrick Loiseau, Paulo Gonçalves, Julien Ba...
PE
2010
Springer
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Generalized ERSS tree model: Revisiting working sets
Accurately characterizing the resource usage of an application at various levels in the memory hierarchy has been a long-standing research problem. Existing characterization studi...
Ricardo Koller, Akshat Verma, Raju Rangaswami
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2010
Springer
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Optimality analysis of energy-performance trade-off for server farm management
A central question in designing server farms today is how to efficiently provision the number of servers to extract the best performance under unpredictable demand patterns while ...
Anshul Gandhi, Varun Gupta, Mor Harchol-Balter, Mi...
PE
2010
Springer
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A unified framework for the bottleneck analysis of multiclass queueing networks
We introduce a new framework supporting the bottleneck analysis of closed, multiclass BCMP queueing networks in the limiting regime where the number of jobs proportionally grows t...
Jonatha Anselmi, Paolo Cremonesi
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2010
Springer
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High-level approach to modeling of observed system behavior
Current computer systems and communication networks tend to be highly complex, and they typically hide their internal structure from their users. Thus, for selected aspects of cap...
Thomas Begin, Alexandre Brandwajn, Bruno Baynat, B...
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2010
Springer
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Evaluating fluid semantics for passive stochastic process algebra cooperation
Fluid modelling is a next-generation technique for analysing massive performance models. Passive cooperation is a popular cooperation mechanism frequently used by performance engi...
Richard A. Hayden, Jeremy T. Bradley
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2010
Springer
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Short-term fairness and long-term QoS in the Internet
We consider connection-level models of resource allocation in a simple symmetric three-link network, where files arrive into the network according to a Poisson process and the siz...
Bo Tan, Lei Ying, R. Srikant
PE
2010
Springer
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Performance evaluation of component-based software systems: A survey
Performance prediction and measurement approaches for component-based software systems help software architects to evaluate their systems based on component performance specificat...
Heiko Koziolek
PE
2010
Springer
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Analysis of scheduling policies under correlated job sizes
Correlations in traffic patterns are an important facet of the workloads faced by real systems, and one that has far-reaching consequences on the performance and optimization of t...
Varun Gupta, Michelle Burroughs, Mor Harchol-Balte...
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2010
Springer
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Approximating passage time distributions in queueing models by Bayesian expansion
We introduce Bayesian Expansion (BE), an approximate numerical technique for passage time distribution analysis in queueing networks. BE uses a class of Bayesian networks to appro...
Giuliano Casale
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