Issue:The use of generalized nets within tasks of software performance engineering

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Title of paper: The use of generalized nets within tasks of software performance engineering
Author(s):
Andreas Schmietendorf
T-Nova Deutsche Telekom Innovationsgesellschaft mbH, Entwicklungszentrum N, Berlin, Wittestraße 30N, D-13476, Berlin
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Evgeni Dimitrov
T-Nova Deutsche Telekom Innovationsgesellschaft mbH, Entwicklungszentrum N, Berlin, Wittestraße 30N, D-13476, Berlin
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Krassimir Atanassov
CLBME - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia 1113, Georgi Bonchev Str., bl. 105
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Presented at: Second International Workshop on Generalized Nets, Sofia, 26-27 July 2001
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 1—12
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Abstract: The technology of Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) provides an architecture for component-based client/server applications. Because this technology is increasingly used for critical corporate applications, the question of performance is gaining importance. This paper concentrates on the possibilities for net-based performance analyses of multi-level client/server applications developed by means of the application server technology (EJB). The analysis uses Generalized Nets (GN) - including timed Petri net functions - which appear eminently suitable for performance analysis based on simulative solutions. The performance models are derived with the aid of UML diagrams which, for this purpose, were given extended performance aspects, using annotations, stereotypes and constraints. The results achieved are also validated on the basis of a benchmark created with the real application.
Keywords: Performance analysis, Network models, Multi-level architectures, Application servers, Generalized nets, Enterprise Java Beans, UML
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