Data from: IKey+: a new single-access key generation web service

Burguiere T, Causse F, Ung V, Vignes-Lebbe R

Date Published: August 4, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3ft19

 

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Description Discriminant power functions
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Description This graph presents the results of the performance tests we ran on IKey+, the blue bars represent the time necessary for each test to complete, and the red curve represents the number of queries rejected by IKey+ for each test (IKey+ rejects any query received when the CPU load of the host server is greater than 80%). These results clearly show that, among the parameters available to the end-user, only the score method parameter has a significant influence on the time needed to complete the test (tests 2d & 2e) The results of tests 4a to 4c show that increasing the number of simultaneous threads querying IKey+ increases the number of rejected queries. On the other hand, the test 4d shows that adding a random delay (0-1000 ms) at the start of each thread decreases the number of rejected queries dramatically, even with a large number of simultaneous threads (100 in test 4d). This is encouraging, since we consider this setup to be the closest to a production environment.
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Description Usability test results
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Burguiere T, Causse F, Ung V, Vignes-Lebbe R (2012) IKey+: a new single-access key generation web service. Systematic Biology 62(1): 157-161. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/sys069

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Burguiere T, Causse F, Ung V, Vignes-Lebbe R (2012) Data from: IKey+: a new single-access key generation web service. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3ft19
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