# Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability

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*base stock*) by modulating production capacity. This paper considers a class of single-stage, single-product MTS systems with backorders, driven by random demand and production capacity,...

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*Extremes*, 3:349–361, 2000) to estimate the distribution of two-dimensional discrete scan statistics. This method makes it possible to establish sharp bounds for the estimation errors. The method involves the estimation by simulation of the distribution of scan statistics for the particular rectangle sets of size 2×2, 2×3, 3×3,...

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*k*, from a fixed set of size $n\ (n > 2k)$ , then the largest possible pairwise intersecting family has size . We consider the probability that a randomly selected family of size

*t*=

*t*

_{ n }has the EKR property (pairwise nonempty intersection) as

*n*and

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