Freek van den Berg

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The increasing complexity of embedded systems requires performance evaluation early in the design phase. We introduce a generic way of generating performance models based on a system description given in a domain-specific language (DSL). We provide a transformation from a DSL to a performance model in the Parallel Object-Oriented Specification Language(More)
We propose iDSL, a domain specific language and toolbox for performance evaluation of Medical Imaging Systems. iDSL provides transformations to MoDeST models, which are in turn converted into UPPAAL and discrete-event MODES models. This enables automated performance evaluation by means of model checking and simulations. iDSL presents its results visually.(More)
iDSL is a language and toolbox for performance prediction of Medical Imaging Systems; It enables system designers to automatically evaluate the performance of their designs, using advanced means of model checking and simulation techniques under the hood, and presents results graphically. In this paper, we present a performance evaluation approach based on(More)
System designers need to have insight in the response times of service systems to see if they meet performance requirements. We present a high-level evaluation technique to obtain the distribution of services completion times. It is based on a high-level domain-specific language that hides the underlying technicalities from the system designer. Under the(More)
Service-oriented systems are designed for interconnecting with other systems. The provided services face timing constraints, the so-called latencies. We present a high-level performance evaluation technique that can be used by a system designer to obtain distributions of these latencies. This technique is capable of capturing nondeterministic, probabilistic(More)
Nowadays, more and more increasingly hard computations are performed in challenging fields like weather forecasting, oil and gas exploration, and cryptanalysis. Many of such computations can be implemented using a computer cluster with a large number of servers. Incoming computation requests are then, via a so-called load balancing policy, distributed over(More)
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