By L. Breuer, Dieter Baum

ISBN-10: 1402036302

ISBN-13: 9781402036309

ISBN-10: 1402036310

ISBN-13: 9781402036316

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1). 1. M/M/1 queue For the Poisson process, the inter–arrival times are distributed exponentially with parameter λ. Since the exponential distribution is memoryless, the system process Q = (Qt : t ∈ R+ 0 ) can be modelled by a Markov process with state 52 AN INTRODUCTION TO QUEUEING THEORY space E = N0 and generator ⎛ ⎞ −λ λ 0 0 ... ⎟ λ 0 ⎜ µ −λ − µ G=⎜ .. ⎟ µ −λ − µ λ ⎝ 0 ⎠ .. .. .. . . Here, the first line represents the possible transitions if the system is empty. In this case there can only occur single arrivals according to the Poisson process with rate λ.

N ≤ ∆t · ˆ · t)n (2λ n! which in the limit n → ∞ yields 0 ≤ P (t) − P˜ (t) ≤ 0 and consequently P (t) = P˜ (t). As t has been chosen arbitrarily, the statement is proven. Hence the generator of a Markov process uniquely determines all its transition matrices. This can also be seen from the definition, if we agree (without loss 46 AN INTRODUCTION TO QUEUEING THEORY of generality) upon the convention pii = 0 for all ∈ E. Then the parameters for the definition of the Markov process can be recovered by λi = −gii and pij = gij −gii for all i = j ∈ E.

24. Uniqueness of the stationary distribution can be seen as follows. 24 and i the positive recurrent state that served as recurrence point for π. Further, let ν denote any stationary distribution for X . Then there is a state j ∈ E with νj > 0 and a number m ∈ N with P m (j, i) > 0, since X is irreducible. Consequently we obtain νi = k∈E νk P m (k, i) ≥ νj P m (j, i) > 0 Hence we can multiply ν by a skalar factor c such that c · νi = πi = 1/mi . Denote ν˜ := c · ν. e. we define the (j, k)th entry of P˜ by p˜jk = pjk if k = i and zero otherwise.

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