Wemke van der Weij

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Motivated by a variety of applications in information and communication systems, we consider queueing networks in which the service rate at each of the individual nodes depends on the state of the entire system. The asymptotic behaviour of this type of networks is fundamentally different from classical queueing networks, where the service rate at each node(More)
Queueing networks are studied with two stations: either in tandem or in parallel, and with a common service resource shared among the two stations. First, a necessary and sufficient criterion, called adjoint reversibility, is provided to decide whether the system possesses a product form or not. This criterion unifies both the parallel (a reversible) and(More)
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