The Practical Performance Analyst

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Analyzing Computer System Performance With Perl Pdq

Author: Neil J. Gunther
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
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Makes performance analysis and queueing theory concepts simple to understand and available to anyone with a background in high school algebra Presents the practical application of these concepts in the context of modern, distributed, computer system designs Packed with helpful examples that are based on the author's experience analyzing the performance of large-scale systems over the past 20 years.

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Dr Dobb S Journal

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Practical Portfolio Performance Measurement And Attribution

Author: Carl R. Bacon
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781119995470
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Performance measurement and attribution are key tools in informing investment decisions and strategies. Performance measurement is the quality control of the investment decision process, enabling money managers to calculate return, understand the behaviour of a portfolio of assets, communicate with clients and determine how performance can be improved. Focusing on the practical use and calculation of performance returns rather than the academic background, Practical Portfolio Performance Measurement and Attribution provides a clear guide to the role and implications of these methods in today's financial environment, enabling readers to apply their knowledge with immediate effect. Fully updated from the first edition, this book covers key new developments such as fixed income attribution, attribution of derivative instruments and alternative investment strategies, leverage and short positions, risk-adjusted performance measures for hedge funds plus updates on presentation standards. The book covers the mathematical aspects of the topic in an accessible and practical way, making this book an essential reference for anyone involved in asset management.

Guerrilla Capacity Planning

Author: Neil J. Gunther
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ISBN: 354031010X
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Under today’s shortened fiscal horizons and contracted time-to-market schedules, traditional approaches to capacity planning are seen by management as inflating production schedules. In the face of relentless pressure to get things done faster, this book facilitates rapid forecasting of capacity requirements, based on opportunistic use of available performance data and tools so that management insight is expanded but production schedules are not. The book introduces such concepts as an iterative cycle of improvement called "The Wheel of Capacity Planning," and Virtual Load Testing, which provides a highly cost-effective method for assessing application scalability.

Performance Engineering

Author: Reiner Dumke
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ISBN: 3540451560
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Initially, computer systems performance analyses were carried out primarily because of limited resources. Due to ever increasing functional complexity of computational systems and user requirements, performance engineering continues to play a major role in software development. This book assesses the state of the art in performance engineering. Besides revised chapters drawn from two workshops on performance engineering held in 2000, additional chapters were solicited in order to provide complete coverage of all relevant aspects. The first part is devoted to the relation between software engineering and performance engineering; the second part focuses on the use of models, measures, and tools; finally, case studies with regard to concrete technologies are presented. Researchers, professional software engineers, and advanced students interested in performance analysis will find this book an indispensable source of information and reference.

Elements Of Practical Performance Modeling

Author: Edward A. MacNair
Editor: Prentice Hall
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Practical Aspects And Performance Of Heat Exchanger Components And Materials

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Moving From Training To Performance

Author: Dana Gaines Robinson
Editor: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 9781576750391
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Consultants Dana and James Robinson work with clients to define performance requirements, determine performance gaps and training needs, and ensure that the work environment will support expected performance. Their new book is designed to help organizations move away from focusing on what employees need to learn, to a focus on performance to meet key organizational needs.

Applications Of High Performance Computing In Engineering Vi

Author: H. Power
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This book features papers from the Sixth International Conference on Applications of High-Performance Computing in Engineering, the latest in a highly successful series which provides a forum for scientists from many fields and countries to exchange ideas and information. Contributions come from researchers and practitioners in academia, industry and government, and cover a wide range of topics such as fluid flow, structural mechanics, material processing, efficient broadcasting algorithms, and data mining.

Proceedings Of The Cmg X International Conference On Controlled Resource Management Through Computer Performance Evaluation December 4 5 6 7 1979 Dallas Texas

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Internet Imaging

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Journal Of Computer Resource Management

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The 2002 45th Midwest Symposium On Circuits And Systems

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Cmg Conference Proceedings

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Using Performance Measurement To Improve Public And Nonprofit Programs

Author: Kathryn E. Newcomer
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This volume of New Directions for Evaluation critically reviews current design and use of performance measurement in public and nonprofit programs. The authors describe the context surrounding design and implementation of performance measurement systems, discuss best practices in performance measurement, and provide examples of the use of performance measurement in all levels of government and the nonprofit sector.

Practical Queueing Analysis

Author: Mike Tanner
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Queuing theory is a highly complex, but essential part of computer communications which deals with the efficient use of networked resources. This text enables the reader to use queuing analysis to solve practical problems without needing sophisticated mathematics. After discussing fundamental issues and characteristics, the book focuses on useful results and formulae, rather than background theory. A library of subroutines for building analysis programs is provided, as is a menu-driven program on the optional diskette.

The Art And Science Of Oracle Performance Tuning

Author: Christopher Lawson
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Based on the author's long experience working with Oracle, this book uses a five-step model to help identify and isolate the cause of nonperformance. This book shows how to approach problems, get the information one needs from Oracle, and follow the process through to success.