The gain in time and its characteristics of the executed processes/requests as well as the blocked processes/requests.

The gain in time and its characteristics of the executed processes/requests as well as the blocked processes/requests.

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System-of-Systems (SoS) offer unprecedented potential for new types of emerging services, which significantly exceed the capabilities of the constituting systems. SoS in safety-critical domains (e.g., medical applications, smart grid, disaster recovery, defense) are prominent examples, but they have stringent real-time and reliability requirements....

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... the whole processes/requests are received and managed, the performance of the proposed admission control process and resources' allocation is evaluated. Fig. 8 shows the executed processes/requests (depicted as bars in the Fig- ure) and the blocked processes/requests (depicted as x in the Figure). The order of the received processes/requests in this illustrative example is shown on the x-axis. The Figure also highlights the gain in time of those processes/requests executed by utilizing ...

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