1 Transient Solutions for Markov Chains

@inproceedings{Silva20031TS,
  title={1 Transient Solutions for Markov Chains},
  author={Edmundo de Souza e Silva and H. Richard Gail},
  year={2003}
}
1 DEFINITION OF TRANSIENT MEASURES Much of the theory developed for solving Markov chain models is devoted to obtaining steady state measures, that is, measures for which the observation interval (0, t) is “sufficiently large” (t → ∞). These measures are indeed approximations of the behavior of the system for a finite, but long, time interval, where long means with respect to the interval of time between occurrences of events in the system. However, an increasing number of applications requires… CONTINUE READING
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