Commit 92551bb6 authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

Italics, not underline

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\2 Start with two questions:
\3 What is the problem I'm solving?
\3 How will I know if I solved it?
\3 \emph{Students: answer this question for your own work}
\3 \textit{Students: answer this question for your own work}
\1 \emph{First things to select?}
\1 \textit{First things to select?}
\2 Right measures of performance
\2 Right measurement environments
\2 Right techniques
\1 \emph{What kinds of problems are there to solve?}
\1 \textit{What kinds of problems are there to solve?}
\2 Performance tuning (parameter optimization)
\2 Bottleneck identification
\2 Workload characterization
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\1 Goals of the book (subset of course goals) - select appropriate:
\2 Evaluation techniques
\3 \emph{Measurement} (real system, emulation)
\3 \emph{Simulation} (eg. NS2, NS3, purpose-built simulators)
\3 \emph{Analytic modeling}
\3 \textit{Measurement} (real system, emulation)
\3 \textit{Simulation} (eg. NS2, NS3, purpose-built simulators)
\3 \textit{Analytic modeling}
\2 Performance metrics
\3 \emph{Examples} (tput, latency (response time), simultaneous connections)
\3 \emph{Examples of non-performance metrics} (security, simplicity, ease of use)
\3 \textit{Examples} (tput, latency (response time), simultaneous connections)
\3 \textit{Examples of non-performance metrics} (security, simplicity, ease of use)
\2 Workloads
\2 I would add: criteria for ``success''---too often, not defined well in papers
\2 Proper statistic techniques
\3 Not just eyeballing graphs
\3 \emph{How do you know when you've run enough experiments?}
\3 \textit{How do you know when you've run enough experiments?}
\2 Design experiments to give the most information with the least effort
\1 Go through example 1.7 from book
\2 \emph{How do you compare them}
\2 \emph{Convince me each system is better}
\2 \textit{How do you compare them}
\2 \textit{Convince me each system is better}
\1 + Methodical approach to evaluation
\2 Always know how you got to where you are
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