Workload Characterization an Essential Step in Computer Systems Performance Analysis - Methodology and Tools

@inproceedings{Cheveresan2009WorkloadCA,
  title={Workload Characterization an Essential Step in Computer Systems Performance Analysis - Methodology and Tools},
  author={Razvan Cheveresan and S. Holban.},
  year={2009}
}
100 Abstract—Computer system performance is a very complex process in which the hardware and software manufacturers invest important human and financial resources. Workload characterization represents an essential component of performance analysis. This paper presents a trace based methodology for software applications evaluation. It introduces a new analysis concept designed to significantly ease this process and it presents a set of experimental data collected using the new analysis structure… CONTINUE READING

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