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performance robustness quanti es how rapidly a desired network performance metric changes with respect to changes in a disturbance. As presented by Yin et al. [13], the idea is to de ne robustness based on how network performance differs from its reference point in the presence of a disturbance, as depicted in Figure 6.3. In practice, the network performance reference point can be in the form of a performance target for which the system is being designed, and usually but necessarily, the one when there is no disturbance. Let the performance reference be a random variable with a cumulative distribution function F. Let the network performance observed in the presence of disturbance be a random variable with a cumulative distribution function G. Then we need to quantify the difference between G and F. Logically, the smaller the difference, the better the performance robustness. Thus, for the purpose of de ning a quantitative metric of robustness, we need to measure the distance or difference between the two distribution functions properly. How can we de ne the distance between two distribution functions so that it is suitable to measure the performance robustness A simple way is to adopt one of the existing distributional testing statistics, such as the Kolmogorov Smirnov test statistic, 2 test statistic, Student-t test statistic, or even the Kullback Leibler distance. However, we nd that none of these statistics is suitable to describe robustness for communication network performance. We do not choose 2 and Student-t tests because both are based on Gaussian normal distributions. It is not necessary to assume that the distribution functions involved are normal. In [14], a robustness metric has been proposed based on the Kolmogorov Smirnov statistic. Similar to the Anderson Darling goodness-of- t test, the metric de ned by England et al. [14] gives more weight to the tails than does
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Sooner or later, all business software applications fail. The extent of nancial damage that occurs with this failure is directly proportional to the software developer s effort to minimize that nancial damage. If little thought is given to recovery after failure, the business will not be able to recover. A surprising number of commercial software packages simply instruct you to start over when a failure occurs. If serious thought is given to recovery after failure, a backup strategy emerges that enables that recovery to occur. The accepted approach is that you start your failure defense by periodically making backup copies of critical business les such as master les, transaction les, and before/after update images. Then, when (not if) the software fails, the backup les are used to restore the software close to its pre-failure state. Depending on what resources you are willing to spend on routine backup activities, the recovery pre-failure state can range from last weekend s backups (fairly inexpensive) to last night s backups (more expensive) to all backed up transactions except the one that caused the failure (very expensive but guarantees minimum loss of business). To test backup and recovery processes, you must perform a number of backups, interrupt the application abnormally, and restore the application using just the backups. Recovery data are then validated against the expected pre-failure state.
Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust, 218 219, 235 Cooke, Jay, 20 Coolidge, Calvin, 36, 40, 41, 47, 92 business bent, 49 top down attitude, 66 veto of McNary-Haugen bill, 49 Corporate mergers, 6, 7 Corporate securities, before and after Crash of 1929, 80 Corrigan, Gerald, 223 Costigan, Edward, 50 as member of Senate Banking and Currency Committee, 65 Coughlin, Charles, 120 121, 140 criticism of Fletcher-Rayburn bill, 130 plan for reforming Fed, 130 Couzens, James, 50, 71, 138 as chairman of Senate Interstate Commerce Committee, 64 as member of Senate Banking and Currency Committee, 76 Crash of 1929, 8, 44 Congressional response to, 57 corporate securities before and after, 80 fall-out, 60 Federal Reserve Board and, 61 international events and, 192 Progressivism and, 18 Crissinger, Daniel R., 62 Cutting, Bronson, 50 D D Amato, Alphonse, 266, 269 Darrow, Clarence, 46 Davis, John W., 126, 137 Davison, Henry, 29 Dean Witter & Co., 200 Demagogues Club, 145 Deposit insurance provision, 93 Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act, 202, 203, 213 Depression bank failures during, 44 effect on progressive movement, 64
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