Abstract

An approach called PERFECT is described which evaluates the feasibility of proposed software concurrency architectures for a set of scenarios and a set of quality-of-service requirements. An evaluation is performed by constructing and simulating a virtual implementation which conforms to the specified behaviour and the specified concurrency architecture. For simulation, the execution of application activities and kernel primitives must be sequenced for each concurrent thread. The approach is successfully demonstrated on specified scenarios for a Group Communication Server.

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Title Evaluating Concurrency Options in Software Specifications
Authors W. Craig Scratchley, C.M. Woodside
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title Seventh International Symposium on Modelling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (MASCOTS'99), College Park, Maryland, USA
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Publisher
Month October
Year 1999
Pages 330-338
DOI 10.1109/MASCOT.1999.805071
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Topic revision: r2 - 14 Nov 2009, AnisurRahman
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