Distance String Models for Program Behavior

  title={Distance String Models for Program Behavior},
  author={Jeffrey R. Spirn},
To analyze or simulate an operating/computer system, one must construct a model of the programs executing within the system. Many recent analyses, particularly queueing models, have used mathematically convenient program models. For example, in one popular model the times between page faults are assumed to be exponentially distributed and independent. However, such a program model is inaccurate, which may cause the analysis to be unrepresentative of the real world. Simulation models of systems… CONTINUE READING
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