Tuning Systems: From Composition to Performance (The Needham Lecture)

@article{Hillston2005TuningSF,
  title={Tuning Systems: From Composition to Performance (The Needham Lecture)},
  author={Jane Hillston},
  journal={Comput. J.},
  year={2005},
  volume={48},
  pages={385-400}
}
ion (/): It is often convenient to hide some actions, making them private to the component or components involved. The duration of the actions is unaffected, but their type becomes hidden, appearing instead as the unknown type τ . Components cannot synchronize on τ . For example, as we further develop the model of the information system we may wish to hide the access of a browser to its local cache. This might lead to a new representation of the browser: Browser′ def = Browser/{cache} and a… CONTINUE READING
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