MAP-AMVA: Approximate Mean Value Analysis of Bursty Systems

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Topic: Hardware
Format: WORD
MAP queueing networks are recently proposed models for performance assessment of enterprise systems, such as multi-tier applications, where workloads are significantly affected by burstiness. Although MAP networks do not admit a simple product-form solution, performance metrics can be estimated accurately by linear programming bounds, yet these are expensive to compute under large populations. In this paper, the authors introduce an Approximate Mean Value Analysis (AMVA) approach to MAP network solution that significantly reduces the computational cost of model evaluation. They define a number of balance equations that relate mean performance indices such as utilizations and response times.
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