SHARPE, (Symbolic Hierarchical Automated Reliability and Performance Evaluator) is a tool for specifying and analyzing performance, reliability and performability models. It has been installed at over 250 sites. It is a toolkit that provides a specification language and solution methods for most of the commonly used model types for performance, reliability and performability modeling. Model types include combinatorial one such as fault-trees and queuing networks and state-space ones such as Markov and semi-Markov reward models as well stochastic Petri nets. Steady-state, transient and interval measures can be computed. Output measures of a model can be used as parameters of other models. This facilitates the hierarchical combination of different model types.

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  1. Munir, Arslan; Gordon-Ross, Ann; Ranka, Sanjay; Koushanfar, Farinaz: A queueing theoretic approach for performance evaluation of low-power multi-core embedded systems (2014)
  2. Sebastio, Stefano; Trivedi, Kishor S.; Wang, Dazhi; Yin, Xiaoyan: Fast computation of bounds for two-terminal network reliability (2014)
  3. Distefano, Salvatore; Longo, Francesco; Trivedi, Kishor S.: Investigating dynamic reliability and availability through state-space models (2012)
  4. Iacono, M.; Barbierato, E.; Gribaudo, M.: The simthesys multiformalism modeling framework (2012) ioport
  5. Parvin, Sazia; Hussain, Farookh Khadeer; Park, Jong Sou; Kim, Dong Seong: A survivability model in wireless sensor networks (2012)
  6. Araújo, Carlos; Maciel, Paulo; Zimmermann, Armin; Andrade, Ermeson; Sousa, Erica; Callou, Gustavo; Cunha, Paulo: Performability modeling of electronic funds transfer systems (2011) ioport
  7. Grottke, Michael; Apte, Varsha; Trivedi, Kishor S.; Woolet, Steve: Response time distributions in networks of queues (2011)
  8. Bazan, Peter; German, Reinhard: Approximate transient analysis of large stochastic models with WinPEPSY-QNS (2009)
  9. Distefano, Salvatore: How to capture dynamic behaviours of dependable systems (2009)
  10. Thein, Thandar; Park, Jong Sou: Availability analysis of application servers using software rejuvenation and virtualization (2009) ioport
  11. Cho, Jin-Hee; Chen, Ing-Ray; Eltoweissy, Mohamed: On optimal batch rekeying for secure group communications in wireless networks (2008) ioport
  12. Zimmermann, Armin: Stochastic discrete event systems. Modeling, evaluation, applications. (2008)
  13. Sharma, Rajiv Kumar; Kumar, Dinesh; Kumar, Pradeep: FM - a pragmatic tool to model, analyse and predict complex behaviour of industrial systems (2007)
  14. Guo, Hui; Wang, Yunpeng; Wang, Zhiguang; Zhou, Jingli: Improving network service performance and reliability via links trunking technologies (2006)
  15. Hallerstede, Stefan; Butler, Michael: Performance analysis of probabilistic action systems (2004)
  16. Vittorini, V.; Iacono, M.; Mazzocca, N.; Franceschinis, G.: The osmosys approach to multi-formalism modeling of systems (2004) ioport
  17. Bohnenkamp, H.; Hermanns, H.; Katoen, J.-P.; Klaren, R.: The Modest modeling tool and its implementation. (2003) ioport
  18. Goševa-Popstojanova, K.; Trivedi, K.S.: Architecture-based approaches to software reliability prediction (2003)
  19. Platis, A.N.; Gravvanis, G.A.; Giannoutakis, K.M.; Lipitakis, E.A.: A two-phase cyclic nonhomogeneous Markov chain performability evaluation by explicit approximate inverses applied to a replicated database system (2003)
  20. Tan, Barış: State-space modeling and analysis of pull-controlled production systems (2003)

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