Stochastic Analysis and Optimization of Multiserver Systems

Motivated by emerging trends and applications such as autonomic computing, this paper presents an overview of some research in the stochastic analysis and optimization of multiserver systems. Our primary focus is on multiserver systems in general, since this research provides the mathematical methods and results that have been and will continue to be used for the stochastic analysis and/or optimization of existing and future multiserver systems arising in a wide variety of application domains including autonomic computing.

By: Mark S. Squillante

Published in: RC25018 in 2010


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