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Journal Articles International Journal of Critical Computer-Based Systems Year : 2012

Structured Performance Analysis for Component Based Systems

Abstract

The Component Based System (CBS) paradigm is now largely used to design software systems. In addition, performance and behavioural analysis remains a required step for the design and the construction of efficient systems. This is especially the case of CBS, which involve interconnected components running concurrent processes. % This paper proposes a compositional method for modeling and structured performance analysis of CBS. Modeling is based on Stochastic Well-formed Nets (SWN), a high level model of Stochastic Petri nets, widely used for dependability analysis of concurrent systems. Starting from the definition of the system given in a suitable Architecture Description Language, and from the definition of the elementary components, we build an SWN of the global system together with a set of SWNs modeling the components of the CBS and their connections. From these models, we derive performances of the system thanks to a structured analysis induced by the structure of the CBS. We describe the application of our method through an example designed in the framework of the CORBA Component Model.
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hal-00713520 , version 1 (01-07-2012)

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N. Salmi, Patrice Moreaux, M. Ioualalen. Structured Performance Analysis for Component Based Systems. International Journal of Critical Computer-Based Systems, 2012, 3 (1-2), pp.96-131. ⟨10.1504/IJCCBS.2012.045078⟩. ⟨hal-00713520⟩
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