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Computer Architecture Performance Prediction for Naval Fire Control Systems


Year: 1979
Language: english
Author: Douglas Monroe Stowers
Genre: Research papers
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages + text layer
Pages count: 216
Description: The United States Navy lacks the proper and efficient
tools to evaluate/predict the performance of computer
systems during the early design phases of system
development. This thesis applies state of the art techniques
to provide a methodology that can assist in the
evaluation/prediction process for Naval fire control
systems. The computer system evaluated is a part of a
modular addition to existing shipboard gun fire control
systems. A contract for the Engineering Development (3D)
phase of the program has recently been awarded to industry.
The computer system architecture is evaluated utilizing a
Petri-Net simulation which is best suited to the purpose of
concurrent computer system performance prediction. The
prediction model, described herein, accomplishes the
evaluation with the results being utilized to recommend
possible performance improvements in the hardware and
software to the U.S. Navy Program Office.

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