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Simulation & Analysis of a Mean Response Time Upper-bound for Homogeneous Fork/Join Queues

Simulation & Analysis of a Mean Response Time Upper-bound for Homogeneous Fork/Join Queues,10.1109/UKSIM.2011.88,Ray Jinzhu Chen,Kevin Scott Reschke,M

Simulation & Analysis of a Mean Response Time Upper-bound for Homogeneous Fork/Join Queues  
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In this paper, we study general K-queue first-in- first-out homogeneous fork/join queueing (HFJ) systems for any K � 2. We simulate and analyze an upper -bound for the mean response time that we denote by TK. The upper-bound uses a relatively tiny-scale system to predict the performance of a huge-scale system. It is evaluated for 10-million queues on a regular HP-PC with Intel i7-860 for three different HFJ cases. The maximum time is 16 minutes, which is only about 0.01% of the full system simulation time. We show that it is fast, close, economical and consistent by comparison and analysis.
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