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Network design patterns may greatly improve the reliability of large distributed software systems. However, this potential is not fulfilled unless network patterns strictly follow accepted standards. We propose run-time measurement as a systematic verification tool to identify standard design patterns. It is shown that measured standard state probabilities have constant and finite asymptotic behavior. Case study simulations - for Component-Configurator and distributed observer, among other patterns - validate the approach.
Date of Conference: 16-19 Oct. 2006