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Analyzing Computer System Performance with Perl::PDQ

Gunther, Neil J.

2nd ed. 2011, XXVIII, 474 p.

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From the reviews

"The literature of computer performance analysis is generally composed of two groups: heavy theoretical treatises and performance cookbooks. […] Surprisingly, this book is exceptionally well balanced between theory and practice […] . I strongly recommend this book, both for the novice practitioner and for the experienced performance analyst. Both can extract a vast array of benefits, ranging from understanding the theoretical concepts of performance modeling, to building for themselves a powerful modeling tool […] ." Jair Merlo, Computing Reviews, May 2005

From the reviews of the second edition:

“Besides its case studies on applying queueing theory to the analysis of computer performance, this book on queueing circuits also includes a quick user guide to Perl Pretty Damn Quick (PDQ), a reference manual, and numerous examples. … The book is written to be a field manual for enlightened practitioners of performance analysis, or possibly a school textbook. … It is a laudable achievement to make performance analysis theoretical foundations available to anyone who is interested and can master high-school algebra.” (A. Squassabia, ACM Computing Reviews, December, 2011)

 

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