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MATHEMATICAL MODELLING TO EVALUATE AND PREDICT THE PERFORMANCE OF A PERSONAL COMPUTER

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MATHEMATICAL MODELLING TO EVALUATE AND PREDICT THE PERFORMANCE OF A PERSONAL COMPUTER

The goal of this project is to investigate how a mathematical model can be created and used to evaluate and predict system performance of a personal computer system with regard to changes in the sysem software and hardward. initially, generic, basic mathematical ( i.e, queuing network ) modelling techniques are developed. then a specific mathematical model of a personal computer system is formulated. test workload scripts are generated to parameterise and conduct various performance prediction experiments. the scripts place a variety of representative loads (i.e, tasks) on the system. Once the model has been created, the model is used to predict the performance when various features of the system are altered. the system is the accurately altered and the model predictions are compared against the experimental observations. changes to the system include:
1. altering the amount of RAM on the system
2. altering the number of hard drives on the system
3. altering the number of concurrently running scripts, and
4. altering the types of executing script ( e.g,.1/0 boud versus CPU bond tasks)

finally, the results of these experimental tests are compared agaisnt the predictions generated by the mathematical model. the goal is to validate the use of theoretical models on practical system

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