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Measures of the performance of multiprogrammed systems frequently exhibit considerable instability with respect to workload characteristics. As a result, an evaluator of a change to a multiprogrammed system should investigate the effect of this change under different workloads and draw...
Many organizations have very elaborate techniques for selecting new employees. Most of these are screening processes to select applicants who will eventually be given the opportunity of an interview with a program project manager or supervisor. This interview is frequently the final determining...
This paper presents an overview of some of the technical and managerial aspects of protecting the personnel, data processing systems and computer facility from deliberate or accidental damage by internal or external forces.With regard to site planning, the environmental compatibility between the...
A systematic method for evaluating the utilization rate of resources of a complex computer is described. The process presumes a large scale multiprogrammed system which experiences workloads in excess of throughput capacities for significant periods daily.The development follows from...
Standards are reputed to solve a great number of problems within a data processing organization. In truth, standards alone solve very few problems. This paper presents this dilemma in terms of the practical objectives and consequences of local standards development. Rather than promote a...
The development of elaborate supervisory systems for the modern day computer has dictated a need for a means of evaluating the efficiency of the computing system under normal operating conditions. This paper defines a set of synthetic job streams which can be used to evaluate the performance of...
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