1. Internet model building or methods for producing the Internet platform and service model.
2. Internet workload characterization or methods for representing and analyzing software load related to Internet traffic and services.
3. Internet model assessment or methods for forecasting the efficiency, availability, reliability of platforms for internet services in the design and re-engineering phase.
4. Internet model-driven QoS management, or methods for defining the QoS of platforms and services, and dynamic management of the same through the use of online models.
5.Tools for Model building and Evaluation, experimentation and development of tools for the automatic generation and evaluation of platform models
The ISP course objective is to teach analytic and simulation methods to evaluate the Quality of Service (QoS) in systems based on the Internet technology, and methods to design and implement high performance and high QoS platforms and services for the Internet.
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
At the end of the course the student will know the analytical and simulation tools needed to evaluate services and internet platforms
APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
At the end of the course the student will be able to apply the analytical and simulation tools to the design and implementation of high performance Internet platforms and services with high QoS rates.
The course includes intermediate tests to be performed at home that allow the student to judge the level of preparation achieved and fill any gaps that may have accumulated
The intermediate tests include the need to interact with classmates in order to hone their communication skills.
The intermediate tests involve an interaction with the teacher who expresses an opinion and invites the student to produce a new version in case of failure.
This forces the student to measure his / her learning skills of the content of the lessons and progressively improve it until it reaches sufficiency.