Computer Performance Engineering: 5th European Performance Engineering Workshop, EPEW 2008, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, September 24-25, 2008, Proceedings / Edition 1by Nigel Thomas, Carlos Juiz
This volume of LNCS contains papers presented at the 5th European Perf- mance Engineering Workshop held in Palma de Mallorca during September 24–25, 2008. The workshopis trulyinternational;the Europeanpartofthe title refersonly to its location. Papers were submitted from Asia, North and South America, although the majority were from Europe. In all, 39 papers… See more details below
This volume of LNCS contains papers presented at the 5th European Perf- mance Engineering Workshop held in Palma de Mallorca during September 24–25, 2008. The workshopis trulyinternational;the Europeanpartofthe title refersonly to its location. Papers were submitted from Asia, North and South America, although the majority were from Europe. In all, 39 papers were submitted from which 16 were chosen following peer review. Every member of the Programme Committee was responsible for reviewing at least ?ve papers each in a little over two weeks; a degree of dedication without which the workshop could not be a success. The selection criteria were harsh and by necessity several excellent papers were rejected. However, the result is a programme of the highest quality. Theacceptedpapersre?ectthediversityofmodernperformanceengineering. There were a number of papers presented which tackled theoretical modelling issuesinstochasticprocessalgebra,stochasticactivitynetworks,queueingtheory andthe analysisofMarkovchains.Otherpapersaddressedpracticalproblemsin communications networks, embedded systems and resource allocation. For the ?rst time at EPEW there was a paper concerning the evaluation of trust. There was also a session on software performance engineering, showing the continued importance of this area within the wider performance community. We were delighted to have keynote presentations from Boudewijn Haverkort ofTwenteUniversityandStephenGilmoreoftheUniversityofEdinburgh.These talks re?ected the state of performance engineering today. Professor Haverkort presented a personal perspective on 20 years of performance engineering. Dr. Gilmore presented an overview of recent developments in ?uid modelling using stochastic process algebra; a powerful approach for modelling large-scale pr- lems in computing and biochemistry.
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Table of ContentsInvited Papers.- Performance and Dependability Evaluation: Successes, Failures and Challenges.- Partial Evaluation of PEPA Models for Fluid-Flow Analysis.- Software Performance Engineering.- An Empirical Investigation of the Applicability of a Component-Based Performance Prediction Method.- A Calibration Framework for Capturing and Calibrating Software Performance Models.- Performance Evaluation of Embedded ECA Rule Engines: A Case Study.- Stochastic Process Algebra and SANs.- Towards State Space Reduction Based on T-Lumpability-Consistent Relations.- A Ticking Clock: Performance Analysis of a Circadian Rhythm with Stochastic Process Algebra.- Assembly Code Analysis Using Stochastic Process Algebra.- Product Form Steady-State Distribution for Stochastic Automata Networks with Domino Synchronizations.- Performance Query Specification and Measurement.- State-Aware Performance Analysis with eXtended Stochastic Probes.- Computer and Communications Networks.- Natural Language Specification of Performance Trees.- Recurrent Method for Blocking Probability Calculation in Multi-service Switching Networks with BPP Traffic.- An Approximate Model of the WCDMA Interface Servicing aMixture of Multi-rate Traffic Streams with Priorities.- Queueing Theory and Markov Chains.- Performance Analysis of Dynamic Priority Shifting.- Performance Analysis of a Priority Queue with Place Reservation and General Transmission Times.- Analysis of BMAP/G/1 Vacation Model of Non-M/G/1-Type.- Applications.- Stochastic Bounds for Partially Generated Markov Chains: An Algebraic Approach.- Evaluation of P2P Algorithms for Probabilistic Trust Inference in a Web of Trust.- Approximation for Multi-service Systems with Reservation by Systems with Limited-Availability.
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