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The analysis of a scenario specification for a new system can address some questions of system performance, in the sense of delay and capacity estimation. To assist the analyst, a performance model can be generated automatically from a Use Case Map specification in the UCM Navigator (UCMNav). This paper describes the process, and the information that must be supplied in the way of scenario annotations. It illustrates the tool-supported process with a substantial example related to electronic commerce, which demonstrates the impact of provisioning the software architecture for concurrency.

-- Jean Francois Roy - 18 Oct 2005


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Title Scenario-Based Performance Engineering with UCMNav
Authors Petriu, D.B., Amyot, D., and Woodside, M.
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 11th SDL Forum (SDL'03), Stuttgart, Germany
Volume/Number LNCS 2708
Publisher Springer
Month July
Year 2003
Pages 18-35
DOI 10.1007/3-540-45075-0
Keywords Layered Queuing Networks, LQN, Performance Analysis, UCMNav, Use Case Maps
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Topic revision: r3 - 19 Nov 2009 - 13:11:22 - Edna Braun
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