## Queueing systems, Volume 2Presents and develops methods from queueing theory in mathematical language and in sufficient depth so that the student may apply the methods to many modern engineering problems and conduct creative research. Step-by-step development of results with careful explanation, and lists of important results make it useful as a handbook and a text. |

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Entertaining examples are provided as we lure the

chapter, on random processes, we plunge deeply into mathematical definitions

and techniques (quickly losing sight of our long-range goals); the

not ...

Entertaining examples are provided as we lure the

**reader**on. In the secondchapter, on random processes, we plunge deeply into mathematical definitions

and techniques (quickly losing sight of our long-range goals); the

**reader**is urgednot ...

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2 Some Important Random Processes* We assume that the

the basic elementary notions, terminology, and concepts of probability theory.

The particular aspects of that theory which we require are presented in summary

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2 Some Important Random Processes* We assume that the

**reader**is familiar withthe basic elementary notions, terminology, and concepts of probability theory.

The particular aspects of that theory which we require are presented in summary

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The

Markov process in which the state transitions occur at customer departure

instants. At these instants we define the imbedded Markov chain to be the

number of ...

The

**reader**should recognize that what we are describing is, in fact, a semi-Markov process in which the state transitions occur at customer departure

instants. At these instants we define the imbedded Markov chain to be the

number of ...

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### Contents

PRELIMINARIES | 1 |

The FB Scheduling Algorithm | 6 |

The Multilevel Processor Sharing Scheduling Algorithm | 7 |

Copyright | |

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