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Parametrized Adomian Decomposition Method with Optimum Convergence

The classical Adomian decomposition method frequently used to solve linear and nonlinear algebraic or integro-differential equations of ordinary and... (more)

Automated Estimation of Extreme Steady-State Quantiles via the Maximum Transformation

We present Sequem, a sequential procedure that delivers point and confidence-interval (CI) estimators for extreme steady-state quantiles of a... (more)

Green Simulation: Reusing the Output of Repeated Experiments

We introduce a new paradigm in simulation experiment design and analysis, called “green simulation,” for the setting in which experiments are performed repeatedly with the same simulation model. Green simulation means reusing outputs from previous experiments to answer the question currently being asked of the simulation model. As... (more)

Replicated Computations Results (RCR) Report for “Green Simulation: Reusing the Output of Repeated Experiments”

“Green Simulation: Reusing the Output of Repeated Experiments” by Feng and Staum... (more)

An Efficient Budget Allocation Approach for Quantifying the Impact of Input Uncertainty in Stochastic Simulation

Simulations are often driven by input models estimated from finite real-world data. When we use... (more)

Moment-Matching-Based Conjugacy Approximation for Bayesian Ranking and Selection

We study the conjugacy approximation models in the context of Bayesian ranking and selection with unknown correlations. Under the assumption of... (more)

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Special Issue: Quantitative Evaluation of Systems: Theory and Practice

October 2017

A Special Issue of the 14th International Conference on the Quantitative Evaluation of SysTems (Qest 2017) guest edited by Nathalie Bertrand and Luca Bortolussi will appear in TOMACS 2018.

 

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Reproducibility initiative successfully under way

 

In the first six months of 2017 three papers took already successfully part in the new replicating computational results (RCR) activity of TOMACS: MNO--PQRS: Max Nonnegativity Ordering—Piecewise-Quadratic Rate Smoothing, Semantics and Efficient Simulation Algorithms of an Expressive Multilevel Modeling Language, and Green Simulation: Reusing the Output of Repeated Experiments

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Forthcoming Articles
SCORE Allocations for Bi-objective Ranking and Selection

In the context of bi-objective ranking and selection (R&S), we derive (1) the asymptotically optimal simulation budget allocation, which we characterize as the solution to a bi-level optimization problem, and (2) an easily-implementable SCORE (Sampling Criteria for Optimization using Rate Estimators) sampling framework that approximates the optimal allocation when the number of design points, or systems, is large. Notably, our allocations account for dependence between the objectives and balance the probabilities associated with two types of misclassification error: misclassification by exclusion (MCE), and misclassification by inclusion (MCI). Like much of the R&S literature, our focus is on the case in which the simulation observations are bivariate normal. Toward (2) and assuming normality, we show that in a certain asymptotic regime, the optimal allocations to non-Pareto systems in (1) are inversely proportional to a single intuitive measure called the score. Perhaps surprisingly, in this asymptotic regime, the optimal allocation exclusively controls for MCI events. We also provide an iterative algorithm that repeatedly estimates the score to determine how the available simulation budget should be expended across the competing systems. Our numerical experience with the resulting SCORE framework is promising. For problems of up to ten thousand systems, we are able to identify the optimal allocation to negligible error within a few seconds on a personal computer.

Temporal Integration of Emulation and Network Simulators on Linux Multiprocessors

Integration of emulation and simulation in virtual time requires that emulated execution bursts be ascribed a duration in virtual time, and that emulated execution and simulation executions be coordinated within this common virtual time basis. This paper shows how an open source tool TimeKeeper for coordinating emulations in virtual time can be integrated with four different existing software emulations/simulations: CORE, ns3, S3F and Emane. We describe for each of these the modifications made to the tools to support this integration, and examine experiments designed to assess the accuracy of the combined models.

Estimating large delay probabilities in two correlated queues

This paper focuses on evaluating the probability that both components of a two-dimensional stochastic process will ever, but not necessarily at the same time, exceed some large level u. An important application is in determining the probability of large delays occurring in two correlated queues. Since exact analysis of this probability seems prohibitive, we focus on deriving asymptotics and on developing efficient simulations techniques. Large deviations theory is used to characterise logarithmic asymptotics. The second part of this paper focuses on efficient simulation techniques. Using ``nearest-neighbour random walk'' as an example, we first show that a ``naive'' implementation of importance sampling, based on the decay rate, is not asymptotically efficient. A different approach, which we call partitioned importance sampling, is developed and shown to be asymptotically efficient. The results are illustrated through various simulation experiments.

A Factor-Based Bayesian Framework for Risk Analysis in Stochastic Simulations

Simulation is commonly used to study the random behaviors of large-scale stochastic systems with correlated inputs. Since unknown input models are often estimated from finite real-world data, we introduce a factor-based Bayesian framework that can reduce the input estimation uncertainty and improve the assessment of system risk performance. Specifically, we develop a flexible multivariate input model that can capture important properties in the real-world data. A nonparametric Bayesian approach is used to model marginal distributions and it can capture the properties, including multi-modality and skewness. Since the correlation among components is often induced by latent common factors in many cases, we explore the factor structure of the underlying generative processes for the dependence. Both input and simulation estimation uncertainty are characterized by the posterior distributions. In addition, we interpret the latent factors and estimate their effects on the system performance, which could be used to support diagnostics and decision making for large-scale stochastic systems. Our approach is supported by both asymptotic theory and empirical study.

Mesoscopic modelling of pedestrian movement using CARMA and its tools

This article considers how a formal language and toolset for modelling Collective Adaptive Systems (CAS) can be applied to the mesoscopic modelling of pedestrian movement along paths expressed as a directed graph. The formal language used is Carma (Collective Adaptive Resource-sharing Markovian Agents), and the model is expressed in the Carma Specification Language (CaSL) to make use of the Carma Eclipse Plug-in for simulation and analysis. Carma and its tools have been developed to model CAS, which are systems consisting of interacting components that cooperate to achieve their shared goals or compete to achieve their individual goals. Our modelling approach is mesoscopic in nature because it does not not consider the movement of individuals in 2-dimensional space, nor does it consider the density of individuals using partial differential equations. In the models presented, pedestrians move along path segments at rates determined by the presence of other pedestrians, and make choices at the intersections of paths. The Carma modelling framework makes it straightforward to change the topology of the paths and other aspects of the model without rewriting the model. Pedestrians are expressed as Carma components and the information about the topology of the path network and the topography of the landscape can be expressed as separate functional and spatial aspects of the model.

A Survey of Statistical Model Checking

Interactive, distributed, and embedded systems often behave stochastically, for example when inputs, message delays, or failures conform to a probability distribution. However, reasoning analytically about the behavior of complex stochastic systems is generally not scalable. While simulations of systems are commonly used in engineering practice, they have not traditionally been used to reason about formal specifications. Statistical model checking (SMC) addresses this weakness by using a simulation based approach to reason about precise properties specified in a probabilistic temporal logic. A specification for a communication system may state that within some time bound, the probability that the number of messages in a queue will be greater than 5 must be less than 0.01. Using SMC, executions of a stochastic system are first sampled, after which statistical techniques are applied to determine whether such a property holds. While the output of sample-based methods are not always correct, statistical inference can quantify the confidence in the result produced. In effect, SMC provides an alternative to analysis of properties of stochastic system using precise numerical methods, that can accommodate large state spaces. SMC techniques have been successfully applied to analyze large-scale systems in areas such as computer networking, security, and systems biology. In this paper, we survey SMC algorithms, techniques, and tools, while emphasizing current limitations and trade-offs between precision and scalability.

Path-ZVA: general, efficient and automated importance sampling for highly reliable Markovian systems

We introduce Path-ZVA: an efficient simulation technique for estimating the probability of reaching a rare goal state before a renewal state in a Markov chain. Standard (Monte Carlo) simulation techniques do not work well for rare events, so we use importance sampling; i.e., we change the probability measure governing the Markov chain such that transitions `towards' the goal state become more likely. To do this we need an idea of distance to the goal state, so some level of knowledge of the Markov chain is required. In this paper, we use graph analysis to obtain this knowledge. In particular, we focus on knowledge of the shortest paths (in terms of `rare' transitions) to the goal state. We show that only a subset of the (possibly huge) state space of the Markov chain needs to be considered. We compare our results to well-known importance sampling methods from the literature and demonstrate the large potential gains of our method.

Scalable Cloning on Large-Scale GPU Platforms with Application to Time-Stepped Simulations on Grids

Cloning is a technique to efficiently simulate a tree of multiple what-if scenarios that are unraveled during the course of a base simulation. However, cloned execution is highly challenging to realize on large, distributed memory computing platforms, due to the dynamic nature of computational load and the complex dependencies spanning the clone tree. We present the design and implementation of CloneX, our system for scalable cloning that efficiently and dynamically creates whole logical copies of a dynamic tree of simulations across a large parallel system without full physical duplication of computation and memory. We describe the conceptual framework, the algorithmic foundations, and a prototype interface and implementation of CloneX runtime scaled to supercomputing systems. The system is illustrated with example applications whose aggregate concurrency and memory demands for ensemble runs relative to a single run are increased by over two orders of magnitude. Our scalable cloning implementation (a) demonstrates a novel way to exploit very large scale computing systems for applications that fall short in scaling potential in the traditional sense, and (b) offers two to three orders of magnitude reduction in aggregate memory requirement relative to replicated runs. We evaluate the performance of our approach with three benchmarks -- heat diffusion, forest fire, and disease propagation models -- and present a performance study on upto 1024 GPUs, varying the key cloning parameters, namely, branching factors, branching levels, and fraction of common state between clone. Experiments show speed up of over two orders of magnitude compared to replicated runs.

A distributed Algorithm for Bandwidth Allocation in Wireless Sensor Networks

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are important examples of Collective Adaptive System (CAS) which consist of a set of motes that are spatially distributed in an indoor or outdoor space. Each mote monitors its surrounding conditions, such as humidity, intensity of light, temperature, vibrations but also complex information such as images or small videos and cooperates with the whole set of motes forming the WSN in order to allow the routing process. The traffic in the WSN consists of packets which contain the data harvested by the motes and can be classified according to the type of information that they carry. One pivotal problem in WSNs is the bandwidth allocation among the motes. The problem is known to be challenging due to the reduced computational capacity of the motes, their energy consumption constraints and the fully decentralised network architecture. In this paper we introduce a novel algorithm to allocate the WSN bandwidth among the motes by taking into account the type of traffic they aim to send. The algorithm has a simple implementation and does not introduce extra control packets. Under the assumption of a mesh network and Poisson distributed harvested packets, we propose an analytical model for its performance evaluation that allows a designer to study the optimal configuration parameters. By an extensive set of simulations, we show that the analytical model accurately approximates the performance of networks that do not satisfy the assumptions. The algorithm is studied with respect to the achieved throughput and fairness.

Design and Verification of Trusted Collective Adaptive Systems

Collective adaptive systems (CAS) often adopt cooperative operating strategies in order to run distributed decision-making mechanisms. Sometimes, their effectiveness massively relies on the collaborative nature of individuals' behavior. Stimulating cooperation while preventing selfish and malicious behaviors is the main objective of trust and reputation models. These models are largely used in distributed, peer-to-peer envinronments and, therefore, represent an ideal framework for improving the robustness, as well as security, of CAS. In this paper, we propose a formal framework for modeling and verifying trusted CAS. From the modeling perspective, mobility, adaptiveness and trust-based interaction represent the main ingredients used to define a flexible and easy-to-use paradigm. Concerning analysis, formal automated techniques based on equivalence and model checking support the prediction of the CAS behavior and the verification of the underlying trust and reputation models, with the specific aim of estimating robustness with respect to the typical attacks conducted against webs of trust.

ProPPA: Probabilistic Programming for Stochastic Dynamical Systems

Formal languages like process algebras have been shown to be effective tools in modelling a wide range of dynamic systems, providing a high-level description that is readily transformed into an executable model. However their application is sometimes hampered because the quantitative details of many real-world systems of interest are not fully known. In contrast, in machine learning there has been work to develop probabilistic programming languages, which provide system descriptions that incorporate uncertainty and leverage advanced statistical techniques to infer unknown parameters from observed data. Unfortunately current probabilistic programming languages are typically too low-level to be suitable for complex modelling. In this paper we present ProPPA, the first instance of the probabilistic programming paradigm being applied to a high-level, formal language, and its supporting tool suite. We explain the semantics of the language in terms of a quantitative generalisation of Constraint Markov Chains and describe the implementation of the language, discussing in some detail the different inference algorithms available, and their domain of applicability. We conclude by illustrating the use of the language on simple but non-trivial case studies: here ProPPA is shown to combine the elegance and simplicity of high-level formal modelling languages with an effective way of incorporating data, making it a promising tool for modelling studies.

A Holistic Approach for Collaborative Workload Execution in Volunteer Clouds

The demand for provisioning, using and maintaining distributed computational resources is growing hand in hand with the quest for ubiquitous services. Centralized infrastructures such as cloud computing systems provide suitable solutions for many applications, but their scalability is limited by the server-side resources: an increase of clients and demands may compromise the cloud's ability to provide a satisfactory QoS, e.g., in case of latency-dependent applications. The volunteer cloud paradigm overcomes such limitation by encouraging clients to offer their own spare, perhaps unused, computational resources. Volunteer clouds are thus complex, large-scale, dynamic systems which demand for self-* capabilities to offer effective services, as well as modeling and analysis techniques to predict their behavior. We propose a novel holistic approach to improve the QoS of volunteer clouds supporting collaborative task execution services. We instantiate our approach by extending a recently proposed ant colony optimization algorithm for distributed task execution with a workload-based partitioning of the overlay network of the volunteer cloud. Finally, we evaluate our approach using simulation-based statistical analysis techniques on a workload benchmark provided by Google. Our results show that the proposed approach outperforms some traditional distributed task scheduling algorithms.

Bibliometrics

Publication Years 1991-2017
Publication Count 521
Citation Count 4660
Available for Download 521
Downloads (6 weeks) 1865
Downloads (12 Months) 13015
Downloads (cumulative) 272702
Average downloads per article 523
Average citations per article 9
First Name Last Name Award
Mostafa Ammar ACM Fellows (2003)
Kellogg S. Booth ACM Distinguished Member (2009)
ACM Senior Member (2009)
Edouard Bugnion ACM Software System Award (2009)
Timothy Alden Davis ACM Fellows (2014)
Scott Devine ACM Software System Award (2009)
Babak Falsafi ACM Fellows (2015)
ACM Senior Member (2007)
Albert G Greenberg ACM Fellows (2006)
Peter Haas ACM Fellows (2013)
Philip Heidelberger ACM Gordon Bell Prize (2006)
ACM Fellows (1996)
John Heidemann ACM Senior Member (2007)
Ahmed A Helmy ACM Distinguished Member (2014)
ACM Senior Member (2012)
Leonard Kleinrock ACM Fellows (2000)
Marta Kwiatkowska ACM Fellows (2016)
Richard E. Ladner ACM Fellows (1995)
Edward Lazowska ACM Distinguished Service Award (2009)
ACM Presidential Award (2005)
ACM Fellows (1995)
Yi-Bing Lin ACM Fellows (2003)
Margaret Loper ACM Senior Member (2009)
Malcolm Low ACM Senior Member (2017)
Madhav Marathe ACM Fellows (2013)
Vishal Misra ACM Senior Member (2013)
Trevor Mudge ACM Fellows (2016)
ACM-IEEE CS Eckert-Mauchly Award (2014)
Richard E Nance ACM Fellows (1996)
David M Nicol ACM Fellows (2005)
Michael John North ACM Senior Member (2007)
Eliot Rich ACM Senior Member (2016)
Mendel Rosenblum ACM Software System Award (2009)
ACM Fellows (2008)
ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award (1992)
Keith Ross ACM Fellows (2012)
Andre Seznec ACM Fellows (2016)
Xian-He Sun ACM Senior Member (2009)
Donald F Towsley ACM Fellows (1997)
Brian W. Unger ACM Senior Member (2009)
Amin Vahdat ACM Fellows (2011)
David A Wood ACM Fellows (2005)
Benjamin G Zorn ACM Distinguished Member (2011)

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Peter Glynn 15
Barry Nelson 13
Pierre L'Ecuyer 11
Paul Fishwick 9
Shane Henderson 8
Wentong Cai 8
Shalabh Bhatnagar 7
Makoto Matsumoto 7
Sandeep Juneja 7
Richard Fujimoto 7
Marvin Nakayama 7
Philip Heidelberger 7
David Nicol 7
Stephen TURNER 6
Wolfgang Hörmann 6
David Goldsman 6
Sigrún Andradóttir 6
Kalyan Perumalla 6
James Calvin 5
Lee Schruben 5
Adelinde Uhrmacher 5
Harald Niederreiter 5
Perwez Shahabuddin 5
Christos Alexopoulos 5
Jose Blanchet 5
Yibing Lin 5
Enver Yücesan 4
Victor Nicola 4
Shu Tezuka 4
Francesco Quaglia 4
Raghu Pasupathy 4
Paul Reynolds, 4
Felisa Vázquez-Abad 4
Michael Devetsikiotis 4
Josef Leydold 4
Ernest Page 4
Gerhard Derflinger 4
Rajive Bagrodia 4
Jeremy Staum 3
Szuhui Ng 3
George Kesidis 3
Georgios Theodoropoulos 3
Bruce Schmeiser 3
Stefan Wegenkittl 3
Suiping Zhou 3
Yoshiharu Kurita 3
Art Owen 3
Boris Lubachevsky 3
Bruno Tuffin 3
Chunhung Chen 3
Sigrún Andradóttir 3
Raymond Couture 3
Seonghee Kim 3
Luc Devroye 3
Kevin Leder 3
Mineo Takai 3
Susan Sanchez 3
Michael Fu 3
Ward Whitt 3
James Wilson 3
Soumyadip Ghosh 3
Stephen Chick 3
George Riley 3
Jürgen Eichenauer-Herrmann 3
Michel Mandjes 3
Junlan Zhou 3
Russell Cheng 3
Zengxiang Li 2
Tobias Helms 2
James Nutaro 2
Samir Das 2
Robert Klein 2
Christopher Carothers 2
Bernd Heidergott 2
Thomas Lucas 2
Loohay Lee 2
Jason Liu 2
Saikou Diallo 2
Sheldon Jacobson 2
Alan Weiss 2
Karl Entacher 2
Dong Jin 2
Rick Goh 2
Roman Chertov 2
Bernard Zeigler 2
Fernando Barros 2
Stephen Roberts 2
Weibo Gong 2
Bruno Preiss 2
Robert Sargent 2
Paul Glasserman 2
Paula Whitlock 2
Jane Hillston 2
Dashi Singham 2
Murat Kulahci 2
Teunis Ott 2
Sonia Fahmy 2
Bruce Ankenman 2
Violet Syrotiuk 2
Jose Padilla 2
Donato D’Ambrosio 2
Liu Hong 2
Albert Greenberg 2
Changcheng Huang 2
Robert Dittus 2
Sudhakar Yalamanchili 2
Gersende Fort 2
Alessandro Pellegrini 2
Michael Lees 2
Richard Nance 2
Reid Ness 2
Paul Barton 2
Joel Esposito 2
Vijay Kumar 2
Wei Xie 2
Ioannis Lambadaris 2
Takuji Nishimura 2
Osman Balci 2
Vijay Madisetti 2
Michel Broniatowski 2
Babak Falsafi 2
Sudhir Srinivasan 2
Henrik Hult 2
Giuliano Casale 2
Bruno Tuffin 2
Ross Gore 2
William Spataro 2
Keith Ross 2
Jean Walrand 2
Maria Hybinette 2
Lihyuan Deng 2
Vivek Mishra 2
Warren Powell 2
Lachlan Andrew 2
Dan CHEN 2
Malcolmyoke Low 2
Busung Lee 2
Edward Lazowska 2
Zhengrong Ji 2
David Wood 2
Peter Hellekalek 2
Ajay Jasra 2
Hui Wang 2
Ness Shroff 2
Marwan Krunz 2
Roland Ewald 2
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Chengshang Chang 1
Francesco Presti 1
Don Towsley 1
Glenn Carl 1
Pete Sanderson 1
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George Fishman 1
Henri Casanova 1
Kunchan Lan 1
Mirko Stoffers 1
Jie Li 1
Zdravko Botev 1
Leiting Chen 1
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Etienne Kerre 1
Jurgen Martens 1
Sangwon Bae 1
Michael Garnsey 1
Xizhou Feng 1
Guy Schiavone 1
Christian Leger 1
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Ivan Zorych 1
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Emin Sirer 1
Ken Funk 1
Ronald Nolte 1
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Jie Liu 1
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Linar Mikeev 1
Verena Wolf 1
Jie Xu 1
Zhonghai Lu 1
Pierre Del Moral 1
Xianhe Sun 1
Davide Cingolani 1
Carsten Maus 1
Susan Lewis 1
Nugroho Pujowidianto 1
Weikun Wang 1
Franco Cicirelli 1
Hussein Al-Zubaidy 1
Raed Al-Zubi 1
Tirza Lauterman 1
Dagan Schwartz 1
Ora Percus 1
Denis Laurendeau 1
Richard Ladner 1
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Anand Vidyashankar 1
Valerie Demers 1
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