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Title

An Automated Environment for Design Based Performance Prediction of Component Based Software Products

Author

Jasmine K.S, R. Vasantha

Citation

Vol. 8  No. 8  pp. 116-120

Abstract

Component-Based software engineering provides an opportunity for better quality and increased productivity in software development by using reusable software components [10]. One of the most critical aspects of the quality of a software system is its performance. The systematic application of software performance engineering techniques throughout the development process can help to identify design alternatives that preserve desirable qualities such as extensibility and reusability while meeting performance objectives [1]. In the present scenario, software engineering methodologies strongly focus on the functionality of the system, while applying a “fix- it-later” approach to software performance aspects [3]. As a result, lengthy fine-tunings, expensive extra hard ware, or even redesigns are necessary for the system to meet the performance requirements. In this paper, we propose an automated environment for the design based performance prediction of component based software products to reduce the overhead associated in the later phases while developing a performance guaranteed software product with the help of Unified Modeling Language (UML).

Keywords

Software Reuse, Component-based development, Unified Modeling Language, Software performance, Software components, Performance engineering, Software engineering

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/200808/20080817.pdf