Bounds on the Overflow Probability in Jackson Networks

Abstract

We consider the probability that the total population of a Jackson network exceeds a given large value. By using the relation to the stationary distribution, we derive upper and lower bounds on this probability. These bounds imply the stronger logarithmic limit than that in Glasserman and Kou(1995) when several nodes have the same maximal load. 

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