Performance Evaluation of Computer Systems is brought to you by Prof. Krishna Moorthy Sivalingam, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Madras. This course covers various important concepts with regards to Performance Analysis of Software Systems.
This course covers:
How to avoid common mistakes
Selection of techniques and metrics
Random Variables and probability distributions
Slotted Aloha protocol model and discrete-time birth death process
Continuous time Markov chain
Queuing theory, Open and closed queuing networks
Load-dependent service centers
Balanced Job Bounds
Confidence interval for proportions and introduction to experimental design
2k factorial design
Programming aspects of discrete-event simulations
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