Derivation of Passage-time Densities in PEPA Models using ipc: the Imperial PEPA Compiler

@inproceedings{Bradley2003DerivationOP,
  title={Derivation of Passage-time Densities in PEPA Models using ipc: the Imperial PEPA Compiler},
  author={Jeremy T. Bradley and Nicholas J. Dingle and Stephen Gilmore and William J. Knottenbelt},
  booktitle={MASCOTS},
  year={2003}
}
We present a technique for defining and extracting passage-time densities from high-level stochastic process algebra models. Our high-level formalism is PEPA, a popular Markovian process algebra for expressing compositional performance models. We introduce ipc, a tool which can process PEPA-specified passage-time densities and models, by compiling the PEPA model and passage specification into the DNAmaca formalism. DNAmaca is an established modelling language for the low level specification of… CONTINUE READING
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