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Metrics for distributed C3 systems: Rationale and approach

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4 Author(s)
Bhatt, D. ; Honeywell Technol. Center, Minneapolis, MN, USA ; Denz, M. ; Norton, J. ; Kim, K.

The empirical nature of distributed computing techniques used in developing Command, Control, and Communication (C3) systems requires a comprehensive definition, implementation, and usage of metrics to ascertain how the system meets its functional and performance requirements. The additional objectives of adaptive fault-resistance and resource management need new metrics that are dynamically implementable. The authors present rationale/needs of metrics and an approach to their development and usage. This approach is based upon a framework that covers various aspects of metrics including usage across system life-cycle, metrics views across system functions and levels of abstraction, and instrumentation architecture/tools for implementation

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Advances in Parallel and Distributed Systems, 1993., Proceedings of the IEEE Workshop on

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6 Oct 1993