The development of software tools for performance evaluation and modeling has been an active research area since the early years of computer science. In this paper, we offer a short overview of historical evolution of the field with an emphasis on popular performance modeling techniques such as queuing networks and Petri nets. A review of recent works that provide new perspectives to software tools for performance modeling is presented, followed by a number of ideas on future research directions for the area.

Tools for Performance Evaluation of Computer Systems: Historical Evolution and Perspectives

GRIBAUDO, MARCO;SERAZZI, GIUSEPPE
2011-01-01

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The development of software tools for performance evaluation and modeling has been an active research area since the early years of computer science. In this paper, we offer a short overview of historical evolution of the field with an emphasis on popular performance modeling techniques such as queuing networks and Petri nets. A review of recent works that provide new perspectives to software tools for performance modeling is presented, followed by a number of ideas on future research directions for the area.
Performance Evaluation of Computer and communication Systems: Milestones and Future Challenges (PERFORM 2010)
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