Foundations of Queueing Theory

Foundations of Queueing Theory

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3. 2 The Busy Period 43 3. 3 The M 1M IS System with Last Come, First Served 50 3. 4 Comparison of FCFS and LCFS 51 3. 5 Time-Reversibility of Markov Processes 52 The Output Process 54 3. 6 3. 7 The Multi-Server System in a Series 55 Problems for Solution 3. 8 56 4 ERLANGIAN QUEUEING SYSTEMS 59 4. 1 Introduction 59 4. 2 The System M I E/c/1 60 4. 3 The System E/cl Mil 67 4. 4 The System MIDI1 72 4. 5 Problems for Solution 74 PRIORITY SYSTEMS 79 5 5. 1 Description of a System with Priorities 79 Two Priority Classes with Pre-emptive Resume Discipline 5. 2 82 5. 3 Two Priority Classes with Head-of-Line Discipline 87 5. 4 Summary of Results 91 5. 5 Optimal Assignment of Priorities 91 5. 6 Problems for Solution 93 6 QUEUEING NETWORKS 97 6. 1 Introduction 97 6. 2 A Markovian Network of Queues 98 6. 3 Closed Networks 103 Open Networks: The Product Formula 104 6. 4 6. 5 Jackson Networks 111 6. 6 Examples of Closed Networks; Cyclic Queues 112 6. 7 Examples of Open Networks 114 6. 8 Problems for Solution 118 7 THE SYSTEM M/G/I; PRIORITY SYSTEMS 123 7. 1 Introduction 123 Contents ix 7. 2 The Waiting Time in MIGI1 124 7. 3 The Sojourn Time and the Queue Length 129 7. 4 The Service Interval 132 7.
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  • Hardback | 206 pages
  • 160 x 231.1 x 20.3mm | 430.92g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1997 ed.
  • XIV, 206 p.
  • 0792399625
  • 9780792399629

Table of contents

1. Introduction. 2. Markovian Queueing Systems. 3. The Busy Period, Output and Queues in Series. 4. Erlangian Queueing Systems. 5. Priority Systems. 6. Queueing Networks. 7. The System M/G/1; Priority Systems. 8. The System GI/G/1; Imbedded Markov Chains. A. Appendix. B. Bibliography. Index.
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` ... presented in a clear and attractive fashion. The book can be warmly recommended to graduate students and teachers of applied mathematics and operations research.'
OR News, 7 (1999)
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