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Reallocatable GSMP with Sequentially Dependent Lifetimes: Clockwise Decomposability and its Applications

  • Masakiyo Miyazawa
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Part of the International Series in Operations Research & Management Science book series (ISOR, volume 19)

Abstract

In a recent communication, François Beccelli suggested the importance of a general formulation in research when he commented that we see many beautiful flowers in a garden but cannot see ground. Julian Keilson is honored as one of the great pioneers in cultivating the ground of applied probability. I am pleased to have an opportunity to contribute to this book dedicated to him, and I would like to consider queueing network problems under a general formulation.

Keywords

Service Time Stationary Distribution Point Process Local Balance Batch Arrival 
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