Modeling and Decomposition of Information Systems for Performance Evaluation.
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The problem of evaluating computer systems performance is the leading motivation of this work, whose aim is to propose premises for configuration-independent evaluation criteria. The existing works on the submect are first reviewed and are found generally bound to particular system configurations and based upon parameter choices that vary from author to author. This increases the necessity to establish common, analytic, basic metrics and equations prior to any further discussion of performance. To this purpose, two topics are introduced Modeling of Information Systems and Decomposition of Information Systems. Author
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