ASMTA 
     
 2011 - 18th International Conference on Analytical and Stochastic Modelling Techniques and Applications

Technical Programme ASMTA'11

Monday, 20th June

8h30: Registration

9h00-10h30: Opening and keynote

Markovian Agents: Theory and Application (Abstract)
Speaker: Professor Andrea Bobbio
Dipartimento di Informatica, Universit`a del Piemonte Orientale, Alessandria, Italy

 

11h00-12h30: Queueing Theory I

Departure process in finite-buffer queue with batch arrivals
Wojciech M. Kempa

A two-class continuous-time queueing model with dedicated servers and
global FCFS service discipline
Willem Mélange, Herwig Bruneel, Bart Steyaert, and Joris Walraevens

M/G/1 queue with exponential working vacation and gated service
Zsolt Saffer and Miklós Telek

14h00-15h30: Statistics and Inference

Technique of statistical validation of rival models for fatigue crack
growth process and its identification
Nicholas Nechval, Maris Purgailis, Uldis Rozevskis, Juris Krasts, and Konstantin Nechval

Suitability of the M/G/∞ process for modeling scalable H.264 video traffic
Maria-Estrella Sousa-Vieira

Reconstructing model parameters in partially-observable discrete stochastic systems
Robert Buchholz, Claudia Krull, and Graham Horton

16h00-17h30: Telecommunication networks I

Traffic-centric modelling by IEEE 802.11 DCF example
Paolo Pileggi and Pieter Kritzinger

Investigation of the reliability of multiserver computer networks
Saulius Minkevicius and Genadijus Kulvietis

Size-based flow-scheduling using spike-detection
Dinil Mon Divakaran, Eitan Altman, and Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet

 

Tuesday, 21th June

9h00-10h30: Queueing Theory II

Performance evaluation of a single node with general arrivals and service
Alexandre Brandwajn and Thomas Begin

Tandem queueing system with different types of customers
Valentina I. Klimenok, Chesoong Kim, and Alexander N. Dudin

Fast evaluation of appointment schedules for outpatients in health care
Stijn De Vuyst, Herwig Bruneel, and Dieter Fiems

11h00-12h30: Performance and Performability

Performability modeling of exceptions-aware systems in multiformalism tools
Enrico Barbierato, Marco Gribaudo, Mauro Iacono, and Stefano Marrone

The impact of input error on the scheduling of task graphs with imprecise computations in heterogeneous distributed real-time systems
Georgios Stavrinides and Helen Karatza

Simple correlated flow and its application
Alexander Andronov and Jelena Revzina

13h45-15h15: Queueing Theory III

SESSION: Queueing theory III
Performance evaluation of a kitting process
Eline De Cuypere and Dieter Fiems

Perfect sampling of phase-type servers using bounding envelopes
Bruno Gaujal, Gaël Gorgo, and Jean-Marc Vincent

Monotone queuing networks and time parallel simulation
Jean-Michel Fourneau and Franck Quessette

15h30 : Social Event : Visit to Murano Island and Glass Factory

15h30 : Social Event : Gala Dinner

 

Wednesday, 22th June

9h00--10h30: Telecommunication networks II

A practical tree algorithm with successive interference cancellation for delay reduction in IEEE 802.16 networks
Sergey Andreev, Eugeny Pustovalov, and Andrey Turlikov

A probabilistic energy-aware model for mobile ad-hoc networks
Lucia Gallina, Sardaouna Hamadou, Andrea Marin, and Sabina Rossi

Flexible traffic engineering in full mesh networks: analysis of the gain in throughput and cost savings
Gerhard Hasslinger

11h00--13h00: Software, languages and tools

The application of FSP models in automatic optimization of software deployment
Omid Bushehrian

Model-based decision framework for autonomous application migration
Anders Nickelsen, Rasmus Olsen, and Hans-Peter Schwefel

Optimisation of virtual machine garbage collection policies
Simonetta Balsamo, Gian-Luca Dei Rossi, and Andrea Marin