Title Advanced Queueing Models
Instructor Prof. R.B. Lenin
Term Autumn

Complex stochastic systems like computer and communication networks can be often modelled using queueing models. The objective of this course is to model such applications using queueing models in order to evaluate the performance, control, and sometimes optimize the system where the queuing occurs. Due to the wide range of applicability and potential gain of controlling these systems, proper understanding of queuing models is essential.

In this course, we build a foundation for understanding of queueing models such as, non-birth-death models, M/G/1, G/M/1, G/G/1, queuing networks and miscellaneous topics like queueing models with vacations, quasi-birth-death models, M/G/1-Type and G/M/1-Type queueing models.