Computer performance evaluation.

1988
Hamad, Ghassan
Computer Performance Evaluation (CPE) is necessary to design computer hardware and software, and to select or develop computer systems. The performance evaluation is done by using various techniques. The objective of this thesis is to study these evaluation techniques, system life cycle, and to present some actual CPE applications, carried out on site in METU computer center.

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Citation Formats
G. Hamad, “Computer performance evaluation.,” Middle East Technical University, 1988.