New exam dates.
The next oral exams can be taken on July 3 and August 4.
Mondays, 10:00-11:30 in room 36-438 (seminar room)
|Mondays, 13:45-15:15 in room 36-438 (will always be announced)
The objective of this lecture is to introduce the art of performance-related modeling of distributed systems. We will use worst-case assumptions in order to obtain robust results.
The lecture material is only accessible from within the university network (131.246.*). Please use SSH or VPN for remote access.
|0||Organization||Oct 29, 2019|
|1||Introduction||Oct 30, 2019|
|2||Min-Plus Algebra Primer||Nov 18, 2019||PDF annotated|
|3||Network Calculus Basics||Jan 13, 2020||PDF annotated one_slide_to_rule|
|4||Advanced Network Calculus||Feb 03, 2020||PDF annotated network_analysis|
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".
|June 1, 2020||Improved explanation in Section 4.3 Feedback Systems|
The exercise sheets are only accessible from within the university network (131.246.*). You can use SSH or VPN for remote access.
|1||Nov 18, 2019||Submission is optional||13:45|
|2||Dec 16, 2019||9.59am||13:45||PDF data_set|
|3||Jan 13, 2020||9.59am||13:45|
|4||Feb 10, 2020||9.59am||13:45|
- Jean-Yves Le Boudec, Patrick Thiran. Network Calculus. Springer, 2001. (Also →available online)
- Cheng-Shang Chang, Performance Guarantees in Communication Networks. Springer, 2000.
- Anne Bouillard, Marc Boyer, and Euriell Le Corronc. Deterministic Network Calculus: From Theory to Practical Implementation. John Wiley & Sons, 2018.
- Jörg Liebeherr. Duality of the Max-Plus and Min-Plus Network Calculus. Foundations and Trends® in Networking 11, 2017.