Parametric performance completions for model-driven performance prediction

@article{Happe2010ParametricPC,
  title={Parametric performance completions for model-driven performance prediction},
  author={Jens Happe and Steffen Becker and Christoph Rathfelder and Holger Friedrich and Ralf H. Reussner},
  journal={Perform. Eval.},
  year={2010},
  volume={67},
  pages={694-716}
}
Performance prediction methods can help software architects to identify potential performance problems, such as bottlenecks, in their software systems during the design phase. In such early stages of the software life-cycle, only a little information is available about the system’s implementation and execution environment. However, these details are crucial for accurate performance predictions. Performance completions close the gap between available high-level models and required low-level… CONTINUE READING
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