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Design and Implementation of a Webservice for the Evaluation of Queueing Network Models Based on Different Tools

Copertina Tesi Samuel Zallocco The purpose of this thesis is to create a webservice to evaluate the performance of queuing network models described, or rather modeled, in the "PMIF" language (PMIF: Performance Model Interchange Format), an XML formalism to describe queueing networks, through the use of some commercial and public domain tools, which implement algorithms typical of queuing theory. This thesis aims to demonstrate how the webservice can be used to facilitate the sharing of tools and algorithms for the analysis of models in queuing networks via the web (Remote Execution), without the need to have local (User PC) availability of the software tools executables. (PDF ITA)