2 edition of **Iterative analysis of networks of queues** found in the catalog.

Iterative analysis of networks of queues

Berend Robbe Jouke Walstra

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Published
**1984**
by Computer Systems Research Institute, University of Toronto in Toronto
.

Written in English

- Queuing theory,
- Electronic data processing,
- Decomposition method,
- Entropy (Information theory)

**Edition Notes**

Statement | B. Robbe J. Walstra. |

Series | Technical report CSRI -- 166 |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA76.99 W42 1984 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 1 v. (various pagings) : |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL20799157M |

In this paper we present an overview of decomposition-based analysis techniques for large open queueing networks. We present a general decomposition-based solution framework, without referring to any particular model class, and propose a Cited by: Inference and Learning in Networks of Queues work that treats networks of queues within a graphi-cal modeling framework. Perhaps the reason for this is that algorithmically, inference is far more complex for queueing networks than for standard graphical models. This has two causes: rst, the local conditional distri-Cited by: 6.

Book Description. Probability, Markov Chains, Queues, and Simulation provides a modern and authoritative treatment of the mathematical processes that underlie performance modeling. The detailed explanations of mathematical derivations and numerous illustrative examples make this textbook readily accessible to graduate and advanced undergraduate students taking courses . • Product form solutions for networks of continuous time open and closed • Markovian queues (unlimited buffer, state independent service rates). • Convolution algorithm and Mean Value Analysis techniques for such closed queuing networks. Type of Questions: • Questions will be combinations of theoretical development, analysis of given.

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An analytical model for the performance analysis of a novel input access scheme for an ATM switch is developed and presented in this paper. The interconnection network of the ATM switch is internally nonblocking and is provided with N input queues Cited by: 1. analyst can often make a queuing analysis on the back of an envelope using readily available queuing tables, or with the use of simple computer programs that occupy only a few lines of code.

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The. MEAN VALUE ANALYSIS IN MULTICHAIN QUEUEING NETWORKS: AN ITERATIVE APPROXIMATION ~an van Doremalen Abstract. This paper deals with an approximate analysis of multichain queueing net works with FIFO single server queues. Recently, mean value algorithms have been developed to evaluate mean response times, throughputs, mean queue Cited by: 4.

Intended for a first course in performance evaluation, this is a self-contained treatment covering all aspects of queuing theory. It starts by introducing readers to the terminology and usefulness of queueing theory and continues by considering Markovian queues in equilibrium, Littles law, reversibility, transient analysis, and computation, plus the M/G/1 queuing by: Iterative sampling involves a process whereby researchers move back and forth between selecting cases for data collection and engaging in a preliminary analysis of the cases sampled.

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The components which forward messages in each stage are modelled independently as small subnetworks of queues; these components are crossbars in the case of Banyan networks.2 Open Networks ♦ Customers arrive from outside the system are served and then then depart.

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