Topics on Regenerative Processes

1st Edition

Vladimir V. Kalashnikov

CRC Press
Published June 27, 1994
Reference - 240 Pages
ISBN 9780849386411 - CAT# 8641

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Summary

Regenerative processes are a popular subject in pure and applied probability, as well as in engineering (particularly simulation). This book provides important insight into new methods for investigating regenerative processes. Quantitative estimates play the key role in the book, and all developed methods support possibilities for obtaining such estimates, including probability metrics, test functions, crossing, and coupling. These methods are applied to a variety of problems, such as Markov chains, simulation, queueing systems, storage, and reliability. The book illustrates a unique application of the theory of probability metrics for examining regenerative processes, and it elaborates on the criteria required for uniform-in-time stability of wide sense regenerative processes. New accurate bounds of distribution functions of first occurrence times for regenerative models are also presented.

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