A Maximum Entropy Analysis of the G/G/1 Queue at Equilibrium

@article{Kouvatsos1988AME,
  title={A Maximum Entropy Analysis of the G/G/1 Queue at Equilibrium},
  author={Demetres D. Kouvatsos},
  journal={Journal of the Operational Research Society},
  year={1988},
  volume={39},
  pages={183-200}
}
The principle of maximum entropy is used to analyse a G/G/1 queue at equilibrium when the constraints involve only the first two moments of the interarrival-time and service-time distributions. Robust recursive relations for the queue-length distribution are determined, and a probability density function analogue is characterized. Furthermore, connections with classical queueing theory and operational analysis are established, and an overall approximation, based on the concept of ‘global… CONTINUE READING

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