Palm probabilities and stationary queues by F. Baccelli

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Point processes.,
  • Queuing theory.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [100]-106.

Book details

StatementFrançois Baccelli, Pierre Brémaud.
SeriesLecture notes in statistics ;, 41, Lecture notes in statistics (Springer-Verlag) ;, v. 41.
ContributionsBrémaud, Pierre.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA274.42 .B33 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 106 p. :
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2442680M
ISBN 100387965149
LC Control Number87137631

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Stochastic intensity and Radon-Nikodym derivatives.- Palm view at Watanabe' s characterization theorem.- 8. Ergodicity of point processes.- Invariant events.- Ergodicity under the stationary probability and its Palm probability.- The cross ergodic theorem.- References for Part 1: Palm probabilities.- 2.

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We consider both the case of point process inputs as well as uid inputs. We obtain in-equalities between the probability of queue being empty and the probability of queue being full for both the time stationary and Palm distributions by interchanging arrival and service processes.

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We also present formulas for time-dependent Palm probabilities of Markov processes, and Little laws for queueing systems that relate queue-length processes to time-dependent Palm probabilities of sojourn times of the items in the system.

1 Introduction Consider a point process N on stationary (N(B) denotes the number. We consider an infinite tandem of first-come-first-served queues. The service times have unit mean, and are independent and identically distributed across queues and customers.

Let $\bI$ be a stationary and ergodic interarrival sequence with marginals of mean $\tau>1$, and suppose it. This study shows that time-dependent Palm probabilities of a non-stationary process are expressible as integrals of a certain stochastic in-tensity process. A consequence is a characterization of a Poisson process in terms of time-dependent Palm probabilities.

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Amer. Math. Soc. () A.A. Borovkov and S.G. Foss, Ergodicity and Stability of Stochastic Recursive Sequences and their Generalizations, forthcoming (). [In Russian.] F. Baccelli and P. Braud, Palm Probabilities and Stationary Queues. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index.

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Queueing Syst. 3 (), Google Scholar; This book, written by two of the foremost experts on point processes, gives a masterful overview of the Poisson process and some of its relatives. Classical tenets of the Theory, like thinning properties and Campbell’s formula, are followed by modern developments, such as Liggett’s extra heads theorem, Fock space, permanental processes and.

Brumelle has generalized the queueing formula L = λW to H = λG, where λ is the arrival rate and H and G are respectively time and customer averages of some queue statistics which have a certain relationship to each other but are otherwise arbitrary.

Stidham has developed a simple proof of L = λW for each sample path, in which the only requirement is that λ and W be finite. A consequence is a characterization of a Poisson process in terms of time-dependent Palm probabilities.

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François Baccelli (born ) is the Simons Chair in Mathematics and Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, and head of the Simons Center on Communication, Information and Network Mathematics.

His research is at the interface between mathematics (probability theory, stochastic geometry, dynamical systems) and communications (information theory, wireless.

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Srikant b a Mathematics of Communication Networks, Motorola, W. Shure Drive, Arlington Heights, ILUSA E-mail: [email protected] b Coordinated Science Laboratory and Department of General Engineering, University of. New in Mathematica 9 › Markov Chains and Queues. Mathematica 9 provides fully automated support for discrete-time and continuous-time finite Markov processes and for finite and infinite queues and queueing networks with general arrival and service time distributions.

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