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SERSCIS-Ont : evaluation of a formal metric model using airport collaborative decision making

SERSCIS-Ont : evaluation of a formal metric model using airport collaborative decision making
SERSCIS-Ont : evaluation of a formal metric model using airport collaborative decision making
In the Future Internet, programs will run on a dynamically changing collection of services, entailing the consumption of a more complex set of resources including financial resources. The von Neumann model offers no useful abstractions for such resources, even with refinements to address parallel and distributed computing devices. In this paper we detail the specification for a post-von Neumann model of metrics where program performance and resource consumption can be quantified and encoding of the behaviour of processes that use these resources is possible. Our approach takes a balanced view between service provider and service consumer requirements, supporting service management and protection as well as non-functional specifications for service discovery and composition. The approach is evaluated using a case study based on an airport-based collaborative decision-making scenario. Two experimental approaches are presented: the first based on stochastic process simulation, the second on discrete event-based simulation.
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Surridge, Mike, Chakravarthy, Ajay, Bashevoy, Max, Wright, Joel, Hall-May, Martin and Nossal, Roman (2012) SERSCIS-Ont : evaluation of a formal metric model using airport collaborative decision making. International Journal On Advances in Intelligent Systems, 4 (3), 188-202.

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Abstract

In the Future Internet, programs will run on a dynamically changing collection of services, entailing the consumption of a more complex set of resources including financial resources. The von Neumann model offers no useful abstractions for such resources, even with refinements to address parallel and distributed computing devices. In this paper we detail the specification for a post-von Neumann model of metrics where program performance and resource consumption can be quantified and encoding of the behaviour of processes that use these resources is possible. Our approach takes a balanced view between service provider and service consumer requirements, supporting service management and protection as well as non-functional specifications for service discovery and composition. The approach is evaluated using a case study based on an airport-based collaborative decision-making scenario. Two experimental approaches are presented: the first based on stochastic process simulation, the second on discrete event-based simulation.

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Published date: 30 April 2012
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 349005
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/349005
ISSN: 1942-2679
PURE UUID: 99da921a-2a37-4325-a89e-b3f0b6be8bcf
ORCID for Max Bashevoy: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-2068-9047

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Date deposited: 22 Feb 2013 12:07
Last modified: 07 Jul 2020 00:29

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Author: Mike Surridge
Author: Ajay Chakravarthy
Author: Max Bashevoy ORCID iD
Author: Joel Wright
Author: Martin Hall-May
Author: Roman Nossal

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