Synopses & Reviews
Written by a prominent Russian mathematician, this concise monograph examines aspects of queuing theory as an application of probability. Prerequisites include a familiarity with the theory of probability and mathematical analysis. Students and professionals in operations research as well as applied mathematicians will find this elegant, ground-breaking work of substantial interest. 1960 edition.
Synopsis
Written by a prominent Russian mathematician, this concise monograph examines aspects of queuing theory as an application of probability. Prerequisites include a familiarity with the theory of probability and mathematical analysis. 1960 edition.
Synopsis
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. Prerequisites include a familiarity with the theory of probability and mathematical analysis.
A. Y. Khinchin made significant contributions to probability theory, statistical physics, and several other fields. His elegant, groundbreaking work will prove of substantial interest to advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals in the fields of statistics, probability, and operations research.