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George E. Simon Jackman. Gerald Van Belle. Steven K. Martin L. Warren B. Peter E. Turan G. Douglas C. Peter J. Brian S. Sanford Weisberg. Julius S. Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. Home Learning. Description As well as combining a general account of applied probability and stochastic processes with a more specialized treatment of queueing theory, this book provides thorough coverage of the general tools of applied probability, such as Markov chains, renewal theory, regenerative processes and random walks.
This treatment is informal and unpretentious, but also authoritative and up-to- date. The book gives a comprehensive overview of the subject, including a number of recent developments which appear in book form for the first time. Particular attention is paid to modern probabilistic methods as alternatives to more traditional analytic methods.
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Applied Probability and Queues
Applied Probability and Queues. This book serves as an introduction to queuing theory and provides a thorough treatment of tools like Markov processes, renewal theory, random walks, Levy processes, matrix-analytic methods and change of measure. Exercises are included and a survey of mathematical prerequisites is given in an appendix This much updated and expanded second edition of the original contains an extended treatment of queuing networks and matrix-analytic methods as well as additional topics like Poisson's equation, the fundamental matrix, insensitivity, rare events and extreme values for regenerative processes, Palm theory, rate conservation, Levy processes, reflection, Skorokhod problems, Loynes' lemma, Siegmund duality, light traffic, heavy tails, the Ross conjecture and ordering, and finite buffer problems. Students and researchers in statistics, probability theory, operations research, and industrial engineering will find this book useful. Special Models and Methods.
The second edition at hand is a thoroughly updated and considerably expended version of the first edition This book and the way the various topics are balanced are a welcome addition to the literature. It is an indispensable source of information for both advanced graduate students and researchers. Applied Probability and Queues. Soeren Asmussen.