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Title: Simulation environment for studying workstation multimedia capacities
Authors: Wang, Weiguo 
Li, Yong
Deng, Robert H. 
Chen, Xiao Hua 
Issue Date: 1995
Source: Wang, Weiguo,Li, Yong,Deng, Robert H.,Chen, Xiao Hua (1995). Simulation environment for studying workstation multimedia capacities. Proceedings of IEEE Singapore International Conference on Networks/International Conference on Information Engineering IEEE SICON/ICIE : 627-631. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The concept of Multimedia Capacity Region (MCR) is used to characterize a workstation's capability in supporting multimedia processing with quality of service guarantees. Typically, the MCR depends on the process behavior, processing scheduling policy and the quality of service constraints. In most cases, an analytical method is not available to compute the MCR. We build a simulation environment for studying the dependencies of the MCR on process behavior and scheduling policies. In this paper, we give the process modeling, scheduler modeling, the quality of service measurement mechanism and the overall design of the simulation environment. Its general process modeling technique allows various complex process behaviors to be studied, various scheduling algorithms to be studied and various quality of service parameters to be measured. The modular design of the system allows mix-and-match of different components designed to achieve good re-usability. Some implementation issues, examples of using the simulation environment are also given.
Source Title: Proceedings of IEEE Singapore International Conference on Networks/International Conference on Information Engineering IEEE SICON/ICIE
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/50641
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