Monitoring Event Frequencies

  title={Monitoring Event Frequencies},
  author={Thomas Ferr{\`e}re and Thomas A. Henzinger and Bernhard Kragl},
  • Thomas Ferrère, Thomas A. Henzinger, Bernhard Kragl
  • Published in CSL 2020
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • The monitoring of event frequencies can be used to recognize behavioral anomalies, to identify trends, and to deduce or discard hypotheses about the underlying system. For example, the performance of a web server may be monitored based on the ratio of the total count of requests from the least and most active clients. Exact frequency monitoring, however, can be prohibitively expensive; in the above example it would require as many counters as there are clients. In this paper, we propose the… CONTINUE READING

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