Authors: Bridget Spitznagel and David Garlan
Proceedings of the 1998 Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE '98), June 1998.
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A software architecture should expose important system properties for consideration and analysis. Performance-related properties are frequently of interest in determining the acceptability of a given software design. In this paper we show how queueing network modeling can be adapted to support performance analysis of software architectures. We also describe a tool for transforming a software architecture in a particular style into a queueing network and analyzing its performance.
Keywords: Software architecture, software performance, queueing networks, design analysis, architecture analysis tools
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