Performance engineering of computer and telecommunications systems

Performance engineering of computer and telecommunications systems

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This volume examines the application of performance/reliability modelling and measurement techniques to the design of efficient and dependable computer and telecommunications systems. It covers a wide range of techniques including measurements, simulation, and analytical models and their applications to ATM networks, distributed systems, access, and wide area networks. Particular emphasis is given to multimedia networking and applications. Based on papers presented at UKPEW'95, the leading European workshop on performance engineering, this volume contains contributions from experts in both academia and industry. It will provide invaluable reading for systems designers, engineers, researchers, and postgraduate students with an interest in the design and implementation of computer systems, networks and telecommunications.proceedings of the UKPEW a#39;95, Liverpool John Moores University, UK., 5-6 September, 1995 Madjid Merabti, Michael Carew, Frank ... improved GAs search would result from variations on the simplistic objective functions or problem encodings used. ... 89-94 [2] Oa#39;Mahony M, Sinclair MC, Mikac B. Ultra-high capacity optical transmission network: European research ... IEEE/LEOS 1994 Summer Topical Meeting on Optical Networks and Their Enabling Technologies, Lake Tahoe, 1994;anbsp;...

Title:Performance engineering of computer and telecommunications systems
Author:Madjid Merabti, Michael Carew, Frank Ball, Liverpool John Moores University, British Computer Society. Performance Engineering Specialist Group
Publisher:Springer Verlag - 1996-03-28


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