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Performance impact analysis with KPP using application response measurement in E-government systems

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1 Author(s)
Namho Yoo ; DoD/HA, Falls Church, VA, USA

In this paper, the performance impact analysis of e-government systems with key performance parameters is being considered. Meaningful impact analysis in sustained government systems is required for considering non-functional requirements and functional requirements. Performance requirements are a critical component of non-functional areas. For example, if a new system change is set to the system, the impact in terms of the response time must be implemented in each sub-system. In this paper, an XML-based framework can be used to analyze performance impacts on sub-systems and can provide a scheme to enhance impact analysis by performance monitoring using application response measurement. Through a health system example as a case study, a performance requirement model to describe extended trees and adapting analysis result of performance monitoring using application response measurement and XML tree representation are addressed. This paper also proposes a scheme for prioritized processing and an algorithm for effectively enhancing impact analysis in a timely fashion.

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Software Maintenance, 2009. ICSM 2009. IEEE International Conference on

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20-26 Sept. 2009