Queueing Systems: Theory

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Wiley, Jan 16, 1975 - Mathematics - 448 pages
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Queueing systems. Some important random processes. Elementary queueing theory. Birth-death queueing systems in equilibrium. Markovian queues in equilibrium. Intermediate queueing theory. The queue M/G/I. The Queue G/M/m. The method of collective marks. Advanced material. The queue G/G/I. Appendices. Glossary. A queueing theory primer; Bounds, inequalities and approximations. Priority queueing. Computer time-sharing and multiacces systems. Computer-communication networks: analysis and design. Computer-communication networks: measurement, flow control, and ARPANET traps; Glossary. v. 2 . Computer applications - ISBN - 0-471-49111-X.

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I can't say I read the whole thing. The parts that I did read had great mathematical beauty. A good writer, and a deep mathematician. Read full review

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Used as a textbook by Prof. J. Laurie Snell, Mathematics Department, Dartmouth College for an elective topics course in Operations Research, Fall 1979. Read full review

Contents

PRELIMINARIES
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General Results
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Markov BirthDeath and Poisson Processes
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LEONARD KLEINROCK is Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Los Angeles. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts institute of Technology. He has been at the Lincoln Laboratory, M.I.T., and has lectured extensively throughout the world. He serves as consultant for many domestic and foreign corporations and governments. He is the author of Communication Nets: Stochastic Message Flow and Delay, has published over 70 articles, and has contributed to several books in his field. He is a Guggenheim Fellow and an IEEE Fellow. At UCLA, he directed a large group in advanced teleprocessing systems and computer network research.

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