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by Aleksandr I͡A︡kovlevich Khinchin

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Aleksandr I͡A︡kovlevich Khinchin
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Destination, rates & speeds. 2. Mathematical Methods in the Theory of Queueing (Statistical Monograph). Andrews (Translator), .

Destination, rates & speeds. Quenouille (Translator). Published by Arnold (1969).

Select Format: Paperback. Release Date:January 1960. Publisher:Charles Griffin.

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Start by marking Mathematical Methods in the Theory of Queuing (Dover Books on Mathematics) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Written by a prominent Russian mathematician, this concise monograph examines aspects of queuing theory as an application of probability. The three-part treatment begins with a study of the stream of incoming demands (or "calls," in the author's terminology). Subsequent sections explore systems with losses and systems allowing delay.

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Written by a prominent Russian mathematician, this concise monograph .

Written by a prominent Russian mathematician, this concise monograph examines aspects of queuing theory as an application of probability. The three-part treatment begins with a study of the stream of incoming demands (or calls, in the author's terminology). Prerequisites include a familiarity with the theory of probability and mathematical analysis.

Автор: Khinchin, A. Название: Mathematical Methods in the Theory of Queuing Издательство: Dover Классификация .

Prerequisites include a familiarity with the theory of probability and mathematical analysis.

The subject of the book is the theory of queues . The aim of this book is to give the reader an insight into the mathematical methods which can be used in queueing theory and to present examples of solving problems with the help of these methods. Of course, the choice of the methods is quite subjective.

Mathematical Methods in the Theory of Queueing (from 1955 Russian version) Griffin's Statistical Monographs . Variograms, which are frequently used in geostatistics, are of value also in the statistics of marked point processes

Mathematical Methods in the Theory of Queueing (from 1955 Russian version) Griffin's Statistical Monographs and Courses. Variograms, which are frequently used in geostatistics, are of value also in the statistics of marked point processes. When the marks come from a random field which is independent of the point process, ideas of geostatistics suffice for the interpretation of point process variograms. When this model is not appropriate, interactions between the points lead to point process variograms having forms.

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