Extreme Values of Queues, Point Processes and Stochastic Networks.
Annual technical rept. 30 Sep 84-30 Sep 85,
GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA
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Work progressed on four topics. In modeling of stochastic flows in networks, compound Poisson approximations for random variables and point processes were developed. In extremal problems in stochastic networks, a family of bounds for the distributions of certain generic random variables were obtained. In optimization of queueing systems, progress was made in determining ways to control or dampen extremes of queues. Finally, research was begun on extreme values of queues and point processes. Author
- Operations Research