Resource utilization prediction: a proposal for information technology research

@inproceedings{Yoas2012ResourceUP,
  title={Resource utilization prediction: a proposal for information technology research},
  author={Daniel W. Yoas and Greg Simco},
  booktitle={RIIT},
  year={2012}
}
Research into predicting long-term resource needs has been faced with a very difficult problem of extending the accuracy period beyond the immediate future. Business forecasting has overcome this limitation by successfully incorporating the concept of human interaction as the basis of prediction patterns at the hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly time frames. Computer resource utilization is also impacted by human interaction therefore influencing research into predictability of resource… CONTINUE READING

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