On Non-Markovian Performance Models

12/13/2020
by   András Faragó, et al.
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We present an approach that can be useful when the network or system performance is described by a model that is not Markovian. Although most performance models are based on Markov chains or Markov processes, in some cases the Markov property does not hold. This can occur, for example, when the system exhibits long range dependencies. For such situations, and other non-Markovian cases, our method may provide useful help.

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