E. V. Kudryavtsev

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The theory of input flows was developed in the works of A.K. Erlang, A.Ya. Hinchin, C. Palm, B.V. Gnedenko, and other authors. The theory assumed independence of the intervals between successive moments of receiving similar arrivals. In this paper, we propose a nonstandard way of describing and studying the incoming flows of moving nonhomogeneous arrivals.(More)
In this paper, we propose a nonlocal method for describing and studying temporal characteristics of input flows moving in space. Here, the intervals between the first arrivals of neighboring groups rather than between each neighboring—customers are used for description. Various heuristic algorithms are proposed that determine successive moments when the(More)
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