Analysis of birth-death fluid queues

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van Doorn, Erik A. ; Scheinhardt, Willem R.W. (1996)
  • Publisher: University of Twente, Faculty of Applied Mathematics

We present a survey of techniques for analysing the performance of a reservoir which receives and releases fluid at rates which are determined by the state of a background birth-death process. The reservoir is assumed to be infinitely large, but the state space of the m... View more
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