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Department of Mathematical Sciences

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Statistics Seminars: Application of Fluid Models to Recurrence and Central Limit Theorems of Queueing Networks

Presented by Maury Bramson (University of Minnesota),

12 June 2006 00:00 in CM107

"Over the past decade, fluid models have become one of the main tools for analyzing queueing networks. They can be used to study the stability (i.e., recurrence) and heavy traffic limits (i.e., scaled diffusive limits) of queueing networks. In both cases, this provides a systematic approach for reducing problems in a random setting to simpler deterministic ones. The talk will provide a summary of the main results in the area."

CM107 @11:00

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