Journal article

Title:
Repeated Results Analysis for Middleware Regression Benchmarking
Authors:
Lubomír Bulej, Tomáš Kalibera, Petr Tůma
Publication:
Performance Evaluation 60 (1–4)
DOI:
Year:
2005
Link:

Abstract:
The paper outlines the concept of regression benchmarking as a variant of regression testing focused at detecting performance regressions. Applying the regression benchmarking in the area of middleware development, the paper explains how the regression benchmarking differs from middleware benchmarking in general, and shows on real-world examples why the existing benchmarks do not give results sufficient for regression benchmarking. Considering two broad groups of benchmarks based on their complexity, novel techniques are proposed for the repeated analysis of results for the purpose of detecting performance regressions.

BibTeX:
@article{bulej_repeated_2005,
    title = {{Repeated Results Analysis for Middleware Regression Benchmarking}},
    author = {Bulej, Lubomír and Kalibera, Tomáš and Tůma, Petr},
    year = {2005},
    journal = {{Performance Evaluation}},
    number = {1--4},
    doi = {10.1016/j.peva.2004.10.013},
    issn = {0166-5316},
    pages = {345--358},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0166531604001488},
    volume = {60},
}