Scientific Workshop 2024

Performance Evaluation of Adaptive Communication Systems

Thursday, 21st March 2024

darmstadtium 2nd floor (Schloßgraben 1, 64283 Darmstadt, Germany)

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Heinz Koeppl and Amr Rizk

Performance Evaluation of Adaptive Communication Systems

Equipped with the MAPE loop as a formal tool to express adaptivity in computing systems, MAKI coins the concept of Transitions, i.e., the seamless adaptation of communication mechanisms at runtime. A key driver for transitions are quantitative performance metrics, whether based on analytical or data-driven models of communication mechanisms. Efficient and quality-optimizing deployment of transitions in adaptive communication systems relies on an in-depth analysis of communication mechanisms using a number of performance evaluation techniques.

This workshop examines performance evaluation methods for communication mechanisms as well as their deployment within several adaptive communication systems ranging from stream processing, scheduling, and caching towards contrasting different performance evaluation methods for upcoming cellular communication standards.


09.30 am Come Together
09.45 am Amr Rizk and Heinz Koeppl
Welcome and Introduction
10.00 am Y.C. Tay
NU Singapore / Singapore
“Dynamic equation-based memory allocation for stream processing engines”
10.45 am Coffee Break
11.15 am Anne Bouillard
Huawei Technologies / France
“Guaranteed performance analysis of networks with bandwidth-sharing schedulers”
12.00 pm Group Photo
12.15 pm Lunch
01.15 pm Sara Alouf
INRIA / France
“Performance modeling of similarity caching”
02.00 pm Short Break
02.10 pm Florin Ciucu
University of Warwick / United Kingdom
“Ultra-Sharp Bounds in Queueing Systems”
02.55 pm Coffee Break
03.15 pm Fabian Kurtz
TU Dortmund / Germany
“Agile 6G performance evaluation through the close interaction of simulation, laboratory and real-life environments”
04.00 pm Amr Rizk and Heinz Koeppl
Closing remarks
04.10 pm End of the Workshop