Probability and Statistical Methods for Modelling and Simulation of High Performance Information Systems (HiPMoS - ProbStat)

Chairs
Alexander I. Zeifman (Vologda State University, Russia),
Pavel O. Abaev (Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia),
Rostislav V. Razumchik (Institute of Informatics Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, and Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia)

The development trends of modern information technologies lead to the constant growth of complexity of information systems and call for their high performance. Stochastic nature of flows that information systems need to serve and presence of stochastic internal processes that influence their behavior justifies the use of probabilistic modeling and simulation when one needs to analyze their performance. Despite increasing complexity obvious requirement for system’s high performance which ensures, for example, low response times and accuracy, remains unchanged and it calls for advanced methods of modeling and simulation. Such methods must not be limited to those which ensure fast computations but include also those which provide new suitable (from the point of view of high performance) approaches for representation and analysis of system’s component and system as a whole.

Topics of interest for this session include:

  • Modeling of information systems by methods of probability theory
  • Modeling of information systems by methods of the theory of stochastic processes
  • Statistical methods for the analysis of information systems
  • Queuing Systems Modelling and Simulation
  • Performance Modelling and Analysis of Information and Telecommunication Networks
  • Assessment of efficiency, reliability and stability (tolerance) of high performance information systems

Committee members
Alexander A. Grusho, Institute of Informatics Problems - Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Victor Yu. Korolev, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
Alexander V. Pechinkin, Institute of Informatics Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Konstantin E. Samouylov, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia
Sergey Ya. Shorgin, Institute of Informatics Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia