On Wednesdays, 10:00-11:30, in room 36-438
|On Tuesdays, 15:30-17:00, in room 36-438 (exact dates are announced below)|
The objective of this lecture is to introduce performance modeling of complex distributed systems.
The focus will be on different analytical methods for performance modeling, namely stochastic network calculus (SNC) with
The slides are only accessible from within the university network (131.246.*). You can use SSH or VPN for remote access.
|0||Organization||Oct 24, 2018|
|1||Introduction||Oct 30, 2018|
|2||Probability Basics||Nov 28, 2018||PDF annotated|
|3||SNC with Moment Generating Functions||Jan 23, 2019||PDF annotated|
|4||SNC with Tail Bounds||Jan 30, 2019||PDF annotated|
We will provide a script in the further course. Be aware that it might undergo many changes and hence should never be seen as a "final version".
|Mar 28, 2019||Fixed typo in the proof of Theorem 3.39, thx Bruno for pointing at it :-)|
For those who are curious about what previous StocADS-lectures looked like, you can check out Michael's Script.
The exercise sheets are only accessible from within the university network (131.246.*). You can use SSH or VPN for remote access.
|1||Nov 20, 2018||10.30am||3.30pm|
|2||Dec 04, 2018||10.30am||3.30pm|
|3||Jan 15, 2019||10.30am||3.30pm|
|4||Jan 22, 2019||10.30am||3.30pm|
|5||Feb 05, 2019||10.30am||3.30pm|