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Considerable research has been devoted to the formulation and solution of problems involving flow within connected networks. Independent of these surveys, an extensive body of ... | |
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Elementary markov chains; Markov chain computations; Continuous time processes; Birth-death process in queues; Prototype steady-state models; Transient solutions; Time varying ... | |
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Queueing theory is an applied mathematical discipline dealing with the performance of technical systems (referred to as queueing systems) for processing flows of customers ... | |
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Queueing Theory deals with systems where there is contention for resources, but the demands are only known probabilistically. This book can be considered to be a monograph or a ... | |
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Introduction to tools and applications of probabilistic modelling for computing or operations research students. | |
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With the growing need for effective communication networks in telecommunications and distributed computer systems, system designers need to be aware of the developments of ... | |
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