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A class of tractable models for run-time performance evaluation
Proceedings of the third joint WOSP/SIPEW international conference on Performance Engineering - ICPE '12
Run-time resource allocation requires the availability of system performance models that are both accurate and inexpensive to solve. We here propose a new methodology for run-time performance evaluation based on a class of closed queueing networks. Compared to exponential product-form models, the proposed queueing networks also support the inclusion of resources having first-come first-served scheduling under non-exponential service times. Motivated by the lack of an exact solution for thesedoi:10.1145/2188286.2188299 dblp:conf/wosp/CasaleH12 fatcat:2ohuw6hwyvf2rjn3ck3es4cm2y