Annual Report, 1 April 1978 - 31 March 1979,
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
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The publications highlight the major areas addressed in the research program computer-communication systems and software maintenance. In the computer-communication area the work addressed applying a simulation model to demonstrate the ability to do trade-off analysis between security measures and computer performance, in terms of throughput and response time as well as cost. Additional work was done in the area of peak load pricing of network services. The emphasis here is to derive models for developing pricing policies using economic theory. A life cycle model is presented for the use of timesharing and interactive systems. The major current effort is in the application software maintenance area. Data collected by an extensive survey has been analyzed and several reports have been produced.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Non-Radio Communications