The influence of the number of CSs available and the number of resources required by each received process(s)/request(s) on the blockage probability.

The influence of the number of CSs available and the number of resources required by each received process(s)/request(s) on the blockage probability.

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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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... For a particular number of CSs available, as long as the number of resources required by each received process(s)/request(s) (RPP) increases, the gain in execution time decreases, as expected. Similarly, Fig. 12 shows the influence of those two parameters on the blockage probability. Looking at Fig. 12, one can notice the ...
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... For a particular number of CSs available, as long as the number of resources required by each received process(s)/request(s) (RPP) increases, the gain in execution time decreases, as expected. Similarly, Fig. 12 shows the influence of those two parameters on the blockage probability. Looking at Fig. 12, one can notice the ...

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