Computers are currently used in a variety of critical applications, including systems for nuclear reactor control, flight control (both aircraft and spacecraft), and air traffic control. Moreover, experience has shown that the dependability of such systems is particularly sensitive to that of its software components, both the system software of the embedded computers and the application software they support. Software Performability: From Concepts to Applications addresses the construction and solution of analytic performability models for critical-application software. The book includes a review of general performability concepts along with notions which are peculiar to software performability. Since fault tolerance is widely recognized as a viable means for improving the dependability of computer system (beyond what can be achieved by fault prevention), the examples considered are fault-tolerant software systems that incorporate particular methods of design diversity and fault recovery. Software Performability: From Concepts to Applications will be of direct benefit to both practitioners and researchers in the area of performance and dependability evaluation, fault-tolerant computing, and dependable systems for critical applications. For practitioners, it supplies a basis for defining combined performance-dependability criteria (in the form of objective functions) that can be used to enhance the performability (performance/dependability) of existing software designs. For those with research interests in model-based evaluation, the book provides an analytic framework and a variety of performability modeling examples in an application context of recognized importance. The material contained in this book will both stimulate future research on related topics and, for teaching purposes, serve as a reference text in courses on computer system evaluation, fault-tolerant computing, and dependable high-performance computer systems.
|Statement||by Ann T. Tai, John F. Meyer, Algirdas Avižienis|
|Series||The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science -- 347, Kluwer international series in engineering and computer science -- 347.|
|Contributions||Meyer, John F., Avižienis, Algirdas|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (220 pages).|
|Number of Pages||220|
|ISBN 10||1461285690, 1461313252|
|ISBN 10||9781461285694, 9781461313250|
Introduction -- 2. General Concepts and Applications of Performability Modeling -- 3. Framework of Software Performability Modeling -- 4. Viable Techniques For Model Construction And Solution -- 5. Case Study I: Comparative Studies of Fault-Tolerant Software -- 6. Case Study II: Performability Management Oriented Adaptive Fault Tolerance -- 7. Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts. Covers the basics of computer hardware, software, and networking and helps students develop basic skills in using Windows and Microsoft Office, and creating web pages. Students also learn how to use computers safely, and to consider ethical issues related to computer usage. Numerous technological advancements have overwhelmingly redesigned and improved countless aspects of computer software applications, creating tools and functions that greatly benefit its users. Software Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications contains an impressive collection of over authoritative contributions from top influential experts in the field of software. Software Design and Development: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications brings together the best practices of theory and implementation in the development of software systems. This reference source is essential for researchers, engineers, practitioners, and scholars seeking the latest knowledge on the techniques, applications, and.
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