Quality of Service Behavioral Model from Event Trace Analysis
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The distributed command & control environment includes limited computer resources and numerous mission critical applications competing for these scarce resources. Additionally the stringent constraints and considerable complexity of distributed command & control systems can create a condition that places extreme demands upon the allocated resources and invites a potential for program errors. Consistent quality of service distribution can be a critical element in ensuring effective overall program completion while avoiding potential errors and process failures. The potential for errors and process failures can be understood and addressed by performing a practical analysis of the resource deployment procedures utilized within this environment. However, analyzing resource-based quality of service within a distributed command & control environment is a demanding endeavor. This difficult task can be simplified by directly examining specific quality of service actions that take place during program execution. Therefore, topragmatically isolate these actions and develop a practical quality of service behavioral model, the research discussed in this paper has implemented an event trace approach to examine the exact quality of service execution path during program operation.
Proc. of the 7th international Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium (CCRTS 2002), Quebec City, Canada, pp. 1-16.
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