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Communication Nets: Stochastic Message Flow and Delay

Leonard Kleinrock - Technology & Engineering - 2007 - 209 pages
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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An Introduction to Queueing Systems

Sanjay K. Bose - Computers - 2013 - 288 pages
Queueing is an aspect of modern life that we encounter at every step in our daily activities. Whether it happens at the checkout counter in the supermarket or in accessing the ...
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Operating Systems Theory

Edward Grady Coffman, Peter J. Denning - Computers - 1973 - 331 pages
Control of concurrent processes. Deterministic models of processor shceduling. Probability models of computer sequencing problems. Auxiliary and buffer storage models. Storage ...
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Modeling and Analysis of Computer Communications Networks

Jeremiah Hayes - Computers - 2013 - 399 pages
In large measure the traditional concern of communications engineers has been the conveyance of voice signals. The most prominent example is the telephone network, in which the ...
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Performance Analysis of Telecommunications and Local Area Networks

Wah Chun Chan - Computers - 2000 - 466 pages
Performance Analysis of Telecommunications and Local Area Networks presents information on teletraffic engineering, with emphasis on modeling techniques, queuing theory, and ...
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Probabilistic Modelling

I. Mitrani - Computers - 1998 - 223 pages
Introduction to tools and applications of probabilistic modelling for computing or operations research students.
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Communication and computer networks: modelling with discrete-time queues

Michael E. Woodward - Mathematics - 1994 - 205 pages
This book presents a unified approach to developing accurate discrete-time models of communication and computer networks, using discrete-time queuing theory and approximation ...
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