Contemporary computer systems represent a fusion of concepts, techniques, and technologies from a variety of fields. It is not surprising, therefore, that model-based means of evaluating such systems have likewise evolved from methods originating in one field or another, merged in various ways to satisfy differing evaluation needs. As these systems become more physically and logically complex, challenges regarding their evaluation fail to subside, calling for continued innovation in areas of model specification, construction, and solution.
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