Budgeting of time or system resources is a possible approach to achieving performance targets for communications software. The role of any kind of budgeting is to allocate the available resources to different activities or different parts of a system. Here, the total permitted time to complete a response is being divided among the activities that must be completed. However, because allowances must be made for environment delays, overheads, latencies and so on, a performance model is essential. The model integrates the various sources of delay, including the execution delay of each activity executed by the system. Activities are given a budget for resources such as CPU time, which a developer can track for the activity in isolation, using well-known tools such as profilers.

-- JasonKealey - 12 Oct 2005


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Title Time/Performance Budgeting for Software Designs
Authors K.H. Siddiqui
Type Thesis
Conference/Journal Title Masters Thesis
Publisher SCE Dept., Carleton University
Month November
Year 2001
Pages 197
Keywords performance model, delay, activities, resource management, profilers
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Topic revision: r4 - 08 Jul 2010, DanielAmyot
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