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Dependability Modeling and Analysis of Distributed Programs
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Presents a modeling approach based on stochastic Petri nets to estimate the reliability and availability of programs in a distributed computing system environment. Expand
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Dependability analysis of distributed computing systems using stochastic Petri nets
  • N. Lopez-Benitez
  • Computer Science
  • [] Proceedings 11th Symposium on Reliable…
  • 5 October 1992
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Models based on stochastic Petri nets are developed to estimate the reliability/availability of distributed systems. Expand
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Load Balancing Strategies for Multi-Block Overset Grid Applications
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We present three different load balancing strategies for overset grids and analyze their effects on the parallel efficiency of a Navier-Stokes CFD application running on an SGI Origin2000 machine. Expand
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Simulation of task graph systems in heterogeneous computing environments
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This paper describes a simulation tool for the analysis of complex jobs described in the form of task graphs. Expand
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A GaAs-Based Microprocessor Architecture for Real-Time Applications
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This paper analyzes the potential performance of a high-level language (HLL) microprocessor architecture for special- purpose real-time applications. Expand
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TSC-SIM: A Two - Stage Grid MetaScheduler Simulator
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This paper presents TSM-SIM, a two-stage metascheduler simulator for grid workflow applications. Expand
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Petri-net based performance-evaluation of distributed homogeneous task systems
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TG (task graphs) are used to describe the execution of several tasks under some precedence constraints. Expand
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Efficiency Study of TCP Protocols in InfrastructuredWireless Networks
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A quantitative comparison of recent protocols against the currently most often used namely, TCP SACK, TCP NewReno, and TCP Vegas. Expand
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Multiprocessor performability analysis
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A simple MSPN-based model for multiprocessor systems, and a closed queuing network to derive performance rewards. Expand
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Stochastic Petri nets applied to the performance evaluation of static task allocations in heterogeneous computing environments
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A stochastic Petri net (SPN) is systematically constructed from a task graph whose component subtasks are statically allocated onto a heterogeneous computing system (HCS). Expand
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