Category Archives: Risk analysis

Cloud availability: third-party measurements needed!

When subscribing to a cloud infrastructure (I'm mainly interested in cloud storage, but the issue concerns computing applications no less than storage), we expect availability performance not worse than what our in-house infrastructure would provide us with. ¬†However, what do … Continue reading

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Call for papers - DRCN 2014 (Design of Reliable Communication Networks)

DRCN is a well-established annual forum for scientists, engineers, designers and planners from industry, government and academia who have interests in the reliability and availability of communication networks and services. The conference covers topics

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Some photos from UKSim 2013 in Cambridge

This year I've attended the annual UKSim conference in Cambridge. UKSim is the flagship conference of the UK Simulation Society and is additionally sponsored by a number of simulation societies as well as the local chapter of IEEE Computer Society. … Continue reading

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On credit risk analysis

Our paper "Solution Space Size in Credit Risk Simulation" on credit risk analysis has been presented at the 15th International Conference on Computer Modelling and Simulation UKSim 2013, held in Cambridge on April 9-12, 2013. You can download the presentation here

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Our paper on credit risk simulation at UKSim conference

Our paper "Solution Space Size in Credit Risk Simulation" has been accepted for presentation at the 15th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation UKSim, to be held in Cambridge, in April, 2013.

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