نتایج جستجو برای Availability

تعداد نتایج: 110049  

H.R Dehnar Saidy, M.T Taghavi-Fard,

In this paper, an exact geometric algorithm is presented for solving two-job sequencing and scheduling problems in flexible flow shop and job shop environments while the resources are (un)available in some time periods and processors (un)availability is the same in all work centers. This study seems utterly new and it is applicable to any performance measure based on the completion time. The in...

2003
Ranjita Bhagwan, Stefan Savage, Geoffrey M. Voelker,

This paper addresses a simple, yet fundamental question in the design of peer-to-peer systems: What does it mean when we say “availability” and how does this understanding impact the engineering of practical systems? We argue that existing measurements and models do not capture the complex timevarying nature of availability in today’s peer-to-peer environments. Further, we show that unforeseen ...

2016
Deepak Khazanchi, Andrew P. Martin,

This chapter describes the concept of information availability (IAV) which is considered an important element of information security. IAV is defined as the ability to make information and related resources accessible as needed, when they are needed, where they are needed. In the view of the authors, this notion encompasses more than just making sure that the information technology (IT) infrast...

Journal: :RFC 2016
Cyrus Daboo, Michael Douglass,

Calendar Availability draft-daboo-calendar-availability-03 Abstract This document specifies a new iCalendar calendar component that allows the publication of available and unavailable time periods associated with a calendar user. This component can be used in standard iCalendar free-busy lookups, including iTIP free-busy requests, to generate repeating blocks of available or busy time with exce...

Journal: :IJHPCA 2001
Ira Pramanick,

2007
George Candea,

Increasing MTTF requires increasing reliability. In previous lectures we saw a variety of ways to do so: testing, static analysis, formal methods, etc. A highly reliable system is a highly available system. Reducing MTTR requires reducing the (mean) time it takes for the system to come back up once a failure has occurred. Once a failure occurs, we must detect it, diagnose it, and the recover th...

2004
David W. Coleman, Todd W. Mummert,

High availability has become increasingly important to businesses with the advent of the Web and various associated e-commerce services. This paper describes the key attributes of the very highest availability systems. Such systems and their associated support environments are qualitatively different than other systems, even other high availability systems; for the purposes of this paper these ...

2006
Massimo Tornatore, Guido Maier, Achille Pattavina,

The core idea of availability-based routing consists of exploiting the availability as a link-state metric: this kind of approach has received attention by virtue of the ability to avoid excessively unavailable paths. A recent availabilitybased heuristic design technique for reliable optical transport networks [IEEE Sel. Areas Commun. 23, 1520 (2005)] showed that the availability metric returns...

2000
Nicholas S. Bowen, Daniel C. Sturman, Tina Ting Liu,

The increasing number of Internet users has caused a dramatic increase in electronic commerce. This growth is outpacing technologies for dependability causing traditional views of high availability to come under question. In particular, Internet failures are a phenomenon external to the owner of a commerce site that must be dealt with, and therefore, geographically distributed servers are a bas...

نمودار تعداد نتایج جستجو در هر سال

با کلیک روی نمودار نتایج را به سال انتشار فیلتر کنید