Configurable Software Performance Completions through Higher-Order Model Transformations

@inproceedings{Happe2011ConfigurableSP,
  title={Configurable Software Performance Completions through Higher-Order Model Transformations},
  author={Lucia Happe},
  year={2011}
}
Performance is one of the key quality attributes of a software system and is crucial for its success. Software performance engineering (SPE) supports developers and architects in building responsive and resource efficient applications. During early development stages, performance predictions based on architecture models allow the evaluation of design alternatives, capacity planning, and the identification of potential bottlenecks. To provide accurate performance predictions, such models have to… CONTINUE READING

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