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Title: A Model-based approach to performance and reliability prediction
Authors: Grassi, Vincenzo
Randazzo, Enrico
Keywords: performance
Issue Date: 16-Jun-2010
Abstract: Modern software systems are increasingly complex and expensive in terms of time and resources. Functional requirement are not the only things to keep in mind when a software system is developed. For these reasons it is essential to know during the design phase if software quality requirements can be achived; this can avoid expensive rehandling of the project or even sensational failures. In this work we will concentrate on the evaluation of the fulfilment of performance and reliability requirements already at the design phase. The problem is that often software engineers don't have the required knowledge to apply performance and reliability evaluation models that are quite distant from tipical design models. To solve this problem we will use some MDA techniques to add an intermediate step between design models and software quality analisys models. In particular we will present KLAPER, an intermediate language used for transformations between models of different nature; we will explain ...
Description: 22. ciclo
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2108/1290
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