Moment Approximation in Product Form Queueing Networks

@inproceedings{Mittler1995MomentAI,
  title={Moment Approximation in Product Form Queueing Networks},
  author={Manfred Mittler and R M Uller},
  year={1995}
}
In closed product form queueing networks, the classical Mean Value Analysis (MVA) is an useful tool for the calculation of mean sojourn times and mean number of customers in each queue. MVA has been extended in two directions. Firstly, due to tremendous memory requirements of MVA, approximation methods such as the well-known Self Correcting Approximation Technique (SCAT) have been developed. Secondly, the Moment Analysis (MA) is a generalization of MVA which also allows the computation of… CONTINUE READING
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