Performance Evaluation for Parallel Systems(PEPS). PEPS is a software tool used to analyze Stochastic Automata Networks(SAN) models. In its sequential version, the cost of the execution time becomesimpracticable when analyzing large SAN models. A parallel version of the PEPStool using distributed memory is proposed and modelled with SAN formalism.After, the sequential version of PEPS tool itself is applied to predict the performance of this model.

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  5. Brenner, Leonardo; Fernandes, Paulo; Fourneau, Jean-Michel; Plateau, Brigitte: Modelling grid5000 point availability with SAN (2009)
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  7. Wan, Min; Ciardo, Gianfranco: Symbolic reachability analysis of integer timed Petri nets (2009)
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  11. Touzene, Abderezak: A tensor sum preconditioner for stochastic automata networks (2008)
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