## Introduction to queueing theory |

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### Contents

Introduction to the Second Edition | 1 |

Problems of Queueing Theory under the Simplest | 8 |

The Study of the Incoming Customer Stream | 69 |

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arbitrary Assume assumption busy interval busy period characteristics completed components condition consider convergence corresponding customers arrive defined Denote determined distribution function duration element embedded Markov chain equal ergodic distribution example exists exponentially distributed finite follows formula given Hence incoming stream independent random variables inequality instant integral intensity interval of length Khinchin Laplace transform Laplace-Stieltjes transform large number lemma limit Markov process mathematical expectation mean method nonnegative notation number of customers obtain occur operation orderly parameter Pk(t Poisson process probability problems process v(t Proof prove queueing system queueing theory random process random walk recurrence relations reliability theory renewal process renewal stream renewal theory Section semi-Markov process sequence server is free servers are busy service system servicing a customer simple stream simulation solution stationary distribution stationary stream stochastic process stream of customers stream without aftereffects system of equations theorem transition valid vector waiting Whence