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Sequential fault monitoring

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For large-scale distributed systems, the knowledge component at the core of the MAPE-K loop remains elusive. In the context of end-to-end probing, fault monitoring can be re- casted as an inference problem in the space-time domain. We propose and evaluate Sequential Matrix Factorization (SMF), a fully spatio-temporal method that exploits both the recent advances in matrix factorization for the spatial information and a new heuristics based on historical information. Adaptivity oper- ates at two levels: algorithmically, as the exploration/exploitation tradeoff is controlled by a self-calibrating parameter; and at the policy level, as active learning is required for the most challenging cases of a real-world dataset.
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hal-01064161 , version 1 (15-09-2014)


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Dawei Feng, Cecile Germain-Renaud, Julien Nauroy. Sequential fault monitoring. Cloud and Autonomic Computing, Sep 2014, London, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-01064161⟩
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