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Model abstractions for real-time network environments
Author(s): Bruno R. Andriamanalimanana; Saumen S. Sengupta; Joe Riolo; Tom Svedman; Mohammed Khan; Keith Gates
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Paper Abstract

The model abstraction problem is explored from a real-time network environment perspective, usually admitting different system models (such as queue-theoretic) at its different equilibrium states. To computationally depict system states at any level of abstraction, it is necessary to identify correct models consistent with observables. However, any such system identification need not be permanent, particularly for a dynamic system. In such situations, as the system appears to migrate from one equilibrium state to another, one should be able to quickly identify an event of context-switching from one model abstraction to another. In this paper we show how, using a variation of traditional CUSUM statistical approaches, one could identify model change events on time.

Paper Details

Date Published: 23 June 2000
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 4026, Enabling Technology for Simulation Science IV, (23 June 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.389374
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Bruno R. Andriamanalimanana, Profesy International Inc. (USA) and SUNY Institute of Technology/Utica (United States)
Saumen S. Sengupta, Profesy International Inc. (USA) and SUNY Institute of Technology/Utica (United States)
Joe Riolo, BAE Systems (United States)
Tom Svedman, BAE Systems (United States)
Mohammed Khan, SUNY Institute of Technology/Utica (United States)
Keith Gates, SUNY Institute of Technology/Utica (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4026:
Enabling Technology for Simulation Science IV
Alex F. Sisti, Editor(s)

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