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Title: A Petri Net based Architecture for Monitoring Performance of Complex Systems
Researcher: Ammu Qudsiya, A
Guide(s): Rangarajan, K
Keywords: mathematics, Petri Net, Architecture, Complex
Upload Date: 21-May-2014
University: Mother Teresa Womens University
Completed Date: 21/01/2014
Abstract: The growing complexity of the real world systems due to technological newlineimprovements, availability of high computing power and high newlinedeployment costs have forced people to look at modeling and simulation newlineas a tool for evaluating the various options before them. newlineModeling and simulation is used as a tool to develop prototypes, evaluate newlinethe performance of systems, analyze and study the dynamics of the newlinesystem, compare various options available etc. Simulation cuts down on newlinedevelopment time and cost and gives a feel of the outcome of the newlineproposed real world system if rightly done. Hence simulation takes a newlinecentre stage in the development of systems in the modern world. newlineSome of the inherent characteristics of modern day systems are, they are newlinehighly complex, concurrent, distributed, dynamic, and asynchronous. newlinePetri Net a mathematical modeling and simulation tool fits these modern newlineday modeling and simulation characteristics perfectly and hence is a tool newlineof choice for researchers and industries alike [57]. newlineEven though extensive research has been carried out in the areas of newlinemodeling of complex systems using Petri Nets, not much work has been newlinecarried out about the possible extensions of these model architectures to newlineaccommodate continuously evolving modern day systems. The inherent newlinecomplexities arising in these evolving systems, and the modeling of newlinethem, especially relating to the area of continuous performance newlinemonitoring of such complex infrastructure, alerting performance issues, newlinealert management are the subject area of this research work. newline
Pagination: 125
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/18527
Appears in Departments:Department of Mathematics

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