Neil O'Connell

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We formulate some general network (and risk) management problems in a Bayesian context, and point out some of the essential features. We argue and demonstrate that, when one is interested in rare events, the Bayesian and frequentist approaches can lead to very diierent strategies: the former typically leads to strategies which are more conservative. We also(More)
Consider the single server queue with an infinite buffer and a FIFO discipline, either of type M M 1 or Geom/Geom/1. Denote by A the arrival process and by s the services. Assume the stability condition to be satisfied. Denote by D the departure process in equilibrium and by r the time spent by the customers at the very back of the queue. We prove that ¡ D(More)
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