Applied Discrete-Time Queues by Attahiru Alfa PDF

By Attahiru Alfa

ISBN-10: 149393418X

ISBN-13: 9781493934188

This book introduces the theoretical basics for modeling queues in discrete-time, and the elemental methods for constructing queuing versions in discrete-time. there's a specialize in purposes in glossy telecommunication systems.

It presents how so much queueing types in discrete-time might be manage as discrete-time Markov chains. recommendations corresponding to matrix-analytic equipment (MAM) which may used to investigate the ensuing Markov chains are incorporated. This ebook covers unmarried node structures, tandem method and queueing networks. It indicates how queues with time-varying parameters will be analyzed, and illustrates numerical concerns linked to computations for the discrete-time queueing platforms. optimum regulate of queues is additionally covered.

Applied Discrete-Time Queues objectives researchers, advanced-level scholars and analysts within the box of telecommunication networks. it's compatible as a reference publication and will even be used as a secondary textual content publication in machine engineering and desktop science.  Examples and routines are included.

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It captures how many repetitive tries it takes for a success to occur. For example, let us consider the example case of drawing a card from the deck as given above. Suppose we draw 26 2 Arrival and Service Processes from the deck and replace the drawn card each time back to the deck and we want to know the probability of how long it takes to draw the first King (first success). If we were successful the first time then the probability that it took us one draw to be successful is p. The probability that it took us two draws to be successful will imply that the first draw was unsuccessful while the second was successful.

However, not all of the measures mentioned above will be presented for all queues in the book. 9 Discrete time vs Continuous time analyses Most queueing models in the literature before the early 1990s were developed in continuous time. Only the models such as the M/G/1 and GI/M/1 that were based on the embedded Markov chains studied the systems in discrete times. Such models were well studied in the 1950s (Kendall (1951) Kendall (1953)). The discrete time models developed before then were few and far between.

2 A Single Node, Multiple Parallel Servers Queue Multiple Servers Fig. 3 A Single Node, Multiple Parallel Queues and One Server Polling / Contention Fig. 1 (the lower part) is an example of a simple single node queue. There is only one server (represented by the circle) at this node. Packets arrive into the buffer (represented by the open rectangle) and receive service when it is their turn. When they finish receiving service they leave and may even return for another service later. A queueing system that can be represented in this form is a bank with drive-in window where there is only one ATM machine to be used and vehicles queue up to use it.

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