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Instructor Hayriye Ayhan, Room 326, 894-2308, hayhan@isye.gatech.edu Class Times TTh 9:35am to 10:55am in IC Room 217
 

Summary: ISyE 6656
Fall 2005
Instructor Hayriye Ayhan, Room 326, 894-2308, hayhan@isye.gatech.edu
Class Times TTh 9:35am to 10:55am in IC Room 217
Office Hours TTh 11:00am to 1:00pm
Text Book Fundamentals of Queueing Theory by Donald Gross and Carl
M. Harris (Third Edition).
Grading Exam #1 30%, Exam #2 30%, Homework 5%, Final 35%
Exam Dates Exam # 1 October 6 (Th), Exam # 2 November 22 (Th)
Course Outline
1. Markovian Queueing Models
Single Server Queues with Poisson Arrivals and Exponential Ser-
vice Times
Multiserver Queues with Poisson Arrivals and Exponential Service
Times
Markovian Queues with Multiple Servers and Limited Space
Markovian Queues with Bulk Input
Markovian Queues with Bulk Service
Single Server Queues with Erlang Interarrival and/or Service Times
2. Queues with General Arrival or Service Patterns

  

Source: Ayhan, Hayriye - School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Engineering