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Queueing Networks: A Survey of Their Random Processes
In this paper we review three topics in queueing network theory: queue length processes, sojourn times, and flow processes. In the discussion of the queue length processes we present results for theExpand
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Kitting process in a stochastic assembly system
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This paper analyzes the kitting process of a stochastic assembly system, treating it as an assembly-like queue. Expand
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A note on sojourn times in M/G/1 queues with instantaneous, bernoulli feedback
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We study the total sojourn time in a queueing system with feedback. Expand
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THINNING OF POINT PROCESSES-COVARIANCE
Cross-covariances between the Bernoulli thinned processes of an arbitrary point process are determined. When the point process is renewal it is shown that zero correlation implies independence. AnExpand
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Stationary queue-length and waiting-time distributions in single-server feedback queues
For M/GI/1/oo queues with instantaneous Bernoulli feedback timeand customer-stationary characteristics of the number of customers in the system and of the waiting time are investigated.Expand
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TheM/GI/1 Bernoulli feedback queue with vacations
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We present a model that characterizes the queue length distribution as seen following vacations and service stage completions. Expand
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Random Flow in Queueing Networks: A Review and Critique
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This paper introduces basic properties of queueing networks, including queue length vector processes as being Markov processes or not. Expand
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Single Server Queues with State Dependent Feedback.
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In a M/G/1 queue, suppose that units after being served either immediately join the queue again with some probability or depart permanently with the complementary probability. Expand
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