FeBid 2008
Third International Workshop on Feedback Control Implementation and Design in Computing Systems and Networks
6 June 2008, Annapolis, Maryland, USA
(Sponsored by ACM Sigmetrics 2008)

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Traditional practice in performance modeling focuses on using a variety of techniques including mathematical modeling, simulation, and analysis to understand the behavior of systems for the purpose of better design and evaluation. As IT systems, networks, and services become increasingly complex, this task becomes ever more difficult. In recent years, there has been considerable success in applying feedback control theory to analyzing and designing run-time IT control systems. Feedback control theory complements traditional modeling by providing formal mechanisms to dynamically control behavior of systems at run-time.

The Third International Workshop on Feedback Control Implementation and Design in Computing Systems and Networks (FeBID 2008) will be held 6 June 2008 in Annapolis, Maryland, USA. The FeBID 2008 workshop will offer a unique opportunity for researchers and practitioners to discuss recent and innovative results in applying control theory to controlling performance of computing systems and networks. It will provide a forum to exchange ideas and experiences on practical control system design and implementation and to identify future directions and challenges in aligning feedback control techniques with traditional performance modeling and simulation.

 

Workshop program is now available

Please see Sigmetrics 2008 site for updates on early registration/hotel booking deadlines.

 

Workshop registration is now available:

Go to the Sigmetrics Registration Site (Early registration until May 9th 2008)

Links to previous workshops:

First FeBid Workshop: FeBid 2006, Vancouver, Canada
Second FeBid Workshop: FeBid 2007, Munich, Germany

Link to paper templates: The ACM Proceedings Site.

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