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Today, software engineering is challenged to handle more and more large-scale distributed systems with guaranteed quality-of-service. Component-based architectures have been established to build such systems in a more structured and manageable way. Modern architectures often utilize event-based communication which enables loosely-coupled interactions between components and leads to improved system scalability. However, the loose coupling of components makes it challenging to model such architectures in order to predict their quality properties, e.g., performance and reliability, at system design time.
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