Browse Dept. of Computer Science by Subject "Modeling"
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Clotho and Lachesis: Building, Optimizing and Validating Models to Predict Important Applications in a Real-World Context (2010)When using the computer, each user has some notion that "these applications are important" at a given point in time. We term this subset of applications that a user values as high-utility applications. Identifying high-utility ...
(2019-07-09)Critical infrastructure systems are vital to all nations, and incapacitating such systems can result in devastating impact on the general public. Therefore, it is essential to protect such systems from malicious threats. ...
Towards Timeliness and Reliability Analysis of Distributed Content-based Publish/Subscribe Systems over Best-effort Networks (2009-11-10)Content-based publish/subscribe is a powerful data dissemination paradigm that offers both scalability and flexibility. However, its nature of high expressiveness makes it difficult to analyze or predict the behavior of ...