|Title:||Optimal Schedules for Monitoring Anytime Algorithms
|Authors:||Lev Finkelstein and Shaul Markovitch
|Abstract:||Monitoring anytime algorithms can significantly improve their performance. This work deals with the problem of off-line construction of monitoring schedules. We study a model where queries are submitted to the monitored process in order to detect satisfaction of a given goal predicate. The queries consume time from the monitored process, thus delaying the time of satisfying the goal condition. We present a formal model for this class of problems and provide a theoretical analysis of the class of optimal schedules. We then introduce an algorithm for constructing optimal monitoring schedules and prove its correctness. We continue with distribution-based analysis for common distributions, accompanied by experimental results. We also provide a theoretical comparison of our methodology with existing monitoring techniques.|
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