Abstract

The Early Performance Aware Development (E-PAD) process uses generative programming principles in order to incorporate performance analysis in the early stages of software development. Starting with a Use Case Map (UCM) [1] design specification that has been augmented with performance information, we automatically generate a Layered Queueing Network (LQN) preliminary performance model. The LQN model is analyzed using automated solvers and the results can then be incorporated back into the design specification.

-- JasonKealey - 12 Oct 2005

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Title Generating a Performance Model from a Design Specification
Authors D. Petriu, M. Woodside
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title Third Workshop on Generative Programming, ECOOP 2001
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Month June
Year 2001
Pages 6
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Keywords performance, generative programming, performance analysis, early stages, use case maps, layered queueing networks
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Topic revision: r3 - 13 Nov 2009, DanielAmyot
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