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Optimizing Response Time, Rather than Hit Rates, of WWW Proxy Caches
(Virginia Tech, 1996-12-19)
This thesis investigates the possibility of improving World Wide Web (WWW) proxy cache performance. Most published research on proxy caches is concerned only with improving the cache hit rate. Improving only the hit rate, ...
The design and implementation of CHITRA92, a system to empirically model concurrent software performance
(Virginia Tech, 1993-04-15)
<p>With parallel and distributed computing entering the mainstream of computer science, it is important to ensure that parallel application codes are optimized to achieve the best possible performance. This thesis describes ...
A User-Extensible Architecture for Visualization and Analysis of Time-Series Trace Data
(Virginia Tech, 1996-04-01)
This thesis describes the design and implementation of Chitra95, a software system developed for the visualization and analysis of time-series trace data. Chitra95 is based upon two earlier generations of Chitra and is ...
The development of a CHAID-based model for CHITRA93
(Virginia Tech, 1994-02-14)
The complexity of the behavior of parallel and distributed programs is the major reason for the difficulties in the analysis and diagnosis of their performance. Complex systems such as these have frequently been studied ...