Basic Queueing Theory
by Janos Sztrik
Publisher: University of Debrecen 2012
Number of pages: 193
The aim of the book is to present the basic methods, approaches in a Markovian level for the analysis of not too complicated systems. The main purpose is to understand how models could be constructed and how to analyze them. It is assumed the reader has been exposed to a first course in probability theory.
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