# Search results for: Miklós Telek

Performance Evaluation > 2017 > 114 > C > 78-96

Queueing Systems > 2017 > 87 > 3-4 > 325-343

Performance Evaluation > 2016 > 105 > C > 1-21

IEEE Transactions on Communications > 2016 > 64 > 6 > 2622 - 2633

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Formal Techniques for Computer Systems and Business Processes > EPEW > 79-93

*PN*in time becomes a stochastic process, for which in general, no analytical solution is available. The paper describes...

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Quantitative Evaluation of Computing and Communication Systems > 165-179

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > NETWORKING 2005. Networking Technologies, Services, and Protocols; Performance of Computer and Communication Networks; Mobile and Wireless Communications Systems > Wireless Performance > 205-216

*MRSPN*) have been recently introduced in the literature with the aim of combining exponential and non-exponential firing times into a single model. However, the realizations of the general

*MRSPN*model, so far discussed, require that at most a single non-exponential transition is enabled in each marking and that its associated memory policy is of enabling type...

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Analytical and Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Applications > Queueing Theory I > 44-58

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Computer Performance Engineering > Queueing Theory and Markov Chains > 212-226

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*G*/1 vacation models of non-

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*G*/1-type in a general framework. We provide new service discipline independent formulas for the vector generating function (GF) of the stationary number of customers and for its mean, both in terms of quantities at the start of vacation. We present new results for vacation models with gated and G-limited disciplines...

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Computer Performance Evaluation.Modelling Techniques and Tools > Tool Descriptions > 337-340

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Performance Evaluation of Complex Systems: Techniques and Tools > 405-434

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > NETWORKING 2006. Networking Technologies, Services, and Protocols; Performance of Computer and Communication Networks; Mobile and Wireless Communications Systems > Wireless Networks II > 954-965

*soft blocking*by modeling the neighbor cell interference as a lognormally distributed...

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Computer Performance Evaluation: Modelling Techniques and Tools > 82-91

*body*and the

*tail*part of the distribution which results in satisfactory fitting also for heavy-tail...

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Measurement, Modelling, and Evaluation of Computing Systems and Dependability and Fault Tolerance > Full Papers > 274-286

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Analytical and Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Applications > Queueing Theory I > 28-42

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*G*/1 queue with working vacation. In contrast to the previous literature where the working vacation starts when all customers are served (exhaustive discipline) we consider the case where the vacation period starts when the customers present at the system at beginning of the service period are served (gated discipline). The analysis of the model with gated...

Lecture Notes in Computer Science > Formal Methods and Stochastic Models for Performance Evaluation > Markov Chains > 48-62

*n*phase type distributions (PH(n)) is an open research problem. This problem is solved for

*n*= 2, since the equivalence of the acyclic and the general PH distributions has been proven for a long time. However, no canonical representations have been introduced for the general PH distribution class so far for

*n*> 2. In this paper...