Here is the listing of Best reference books on Markov Chains and Queuing Systems.
|1. “Stochastic Modeling and the Theory Queues” by R.Wolff|
|2. “Markov Chains” by P. Bremaud
Book Review: This book is very useful at the undergraduate and graduate level which provides a detailed introduction about the theoretical concepts of stochastic processes which further demonstrates the art of stochastic modeling. The book also provides a wide range of applications and concepts of contemporary research. The book also contains various examples from various areas which include electrical Engineering and Operations Research. The book is also very useful for researchers and students in the field of physics, biology and social sciences.
|3. “Non Negative Matrices and Markov Chains” by E. Seneta
Book Review: This book very nicely demonstrates how the non negative matrices theory is used extensively in the field of numerical analysis, probability theory, dynamic programming, demography and mathematical economics. This book is very useful to mathematicians specially researchers who work in applied fields. The book covers the concepts of real variable theory, matrix theory and the areas of mathematics which are less generally known to the researchers. The book also covers several aspects of the theory of Markov Chains.
|4. “Discrete Stochastic Processes” by R. Gallager
Book Review: This book deals with the stochastic processes that are found in probabilistic systems. The book nicely demonstrates the concepts of discrete stochastic processes thereby applying the theory of stochastic processes in engineering, science and operations research. The book presents many examples that deal with the structure of stochastic processes and their effects in real systems. The book also demonstrates mathematical ideas with the help of proofs and explanations. This book is very useful for graduate and undergraduate courses in the field of engineering and operations research.
|5. “Queueing Systems Vol. I ” by L. Kleinrock
Book Review: This book demonstrates the concept of computer system performance which is a very important factor in understanding the behavior and pros and cons of large scale computer systems and networks. The book also presents the major developments and advancements made in the field of queueing systems. The book contains inputs from principal leaders from industry as well as academics which include IEEE and ACM researchers, fellow researchers from European academy and US national engineering academy and computer machinery association president.
|6. “Queueing Systems Vol. II” by L. Kleinrock|
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