The objective of this lecture is to introduce the art of perfomance-related modeling of complex distributed systems. We will use worst-case assumptions in order to obtain robust results.
|Lecture:||On Tuesdays at 10:00h–11:30h in 48/379, starting on Nov 4!
Exercises will be held on a biweekly basis
We offer two dates for the exercises:
The exercises are held in the DISCO-Seminar room (36-438)
The oral exam dates are 23.2.15, 27.3.15 and 7.5.15
|Contact:||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Schmitt
We strongly recommend you to work on the exercises, since they are crucial to get a good grasp on math-heavy lectures.
We recommend to go to the exercises fully prepared, meaning: you should be able to present your solutions to the other students on the blackboard.
||November 25th / 26th
||Sheet 1 (pdf)|
|Sheet 2||December 9th / 10th||Sheet 2 (pdf)|
|Sheet 3||January 20th / 21st||Sheet 3 (pdf)|
|Sheet 4||February 4th||Sheet 4 (pdf)|
- Jean-Yves Le Boudec, Patrick Thiran. Network Calculus. Springer, 2001. (Also →available online)