Nadine Guillotin-Plantard

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We consider a stochastic version of the k-server problem in which k servers move on a circle to satisfy stochastically generated requests. The requests are independent and identically distributed according to an arbitrary distribution on a circle, which is either discrete or continuous. The cost of serving a request is the distance that a server needs to(More)
We present a (non-standard) probabilistic analysis of dynamic data structures whose sizes are considered dynamic random walks. The basic operations (insertion, deletion, positive and negative queries, batched insertion, lazy deletion, etc.) are time-dependent random variables. This model is a (small) step toward the analysis of these structures when the(More)
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