Strategic arrivals into queueing networks


Queueing networks are typically analyzed assuming that the arrival process is exogenous, and unaffected by admission control, scheduling policies, etc. In many situations arriving users are strategic, and do time their arrivals taking delay and other metrics into account. This paper builds on [4], [3], and extends the framework developed to a network… (More)


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