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Translations of Mathematical Monographs
1994; 143 pp; hardcover
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Order Code: MMONO/137
This book analyzes several types of queueing systems arising in network theory and communication theory. Karpelevich and Kreinin use numerous methods and results from the theory of stochastic processes. The main emphasis is on problems of diffusion approximation of stochastic processes in queueing systems and on results based on applications of the hydrodynamic limit method. The book will be useful to researchers working in the theory and applications of queueing theory and stochastic processes.
Researchers working in the theory and applications of queueing theory and stochastic processes.
"The authors have done an excellent work to unify several approximation techniques. This is a high quality contribution to the scope, theory and methodology of multiphase queueing systems in terms of its lucid presentation, insights and directions. Researchers in this field will find this outstanding monograph. very useful."
-- Zentralblatt MATH
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