An Introduction to Queueing Systems

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Springer, 2002 - Business & Economics - 287 pages
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This volume accomplishes the unique task of providing the reader with the analytical fundamentals for both single queues and queueing networks while keeping the description simple enough so that the results may be directly used for modeling and analysis. A very wide range of single-queue models has been covered, while networks are analyzed through a very comprehensive set of approximation algorithms ready to apply in modeling. The text was honed through years of research and teaching, and is an excellent tool for engineers and students who wish to apply queueing methods to study the performance of systems.

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