Best Reference Books – Analysis and Control of Queues

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Analysis and Control of Queues subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Analysis and Control of Queues along with reviews.

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1. “Probability Essentials” by Jean Jacod and Philip E Protter

Book Review: This book is very useful at the graduate level for the courses on probability theory. It is very beneficial for students and teachers in the field of finance theory, electrical engineering and operations research. The book also contains a dedicated chapter on martingale theory and certain advanced topics like Brownian motion, calculus and statistical inference. The book contains around 28 chapters and the prerequisite is basic knowledge of mathematics.

2. “Markov Chains and Stochastic Stability” by Sean Meyn and Richard L Tweedie

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Book Review: This book covers all the latest advancements made in the field of markov chains and stochastic stability. The book uses efficient simulation algorithms for complex markovian models and uses different means for research on markov chains. The book also illustrates the new applications that have occurred in topics like optimization, statistics and economics. Latest developments and references have been completely updated. This book is useful to practitioners with limited mathematical background.

3. “Probability and Measure” by P Billingsley

“Probability and Measure” Book Review: The book will be excellent for the students of mathematics, statistics, economics, and other courses that require a solid understanding of probability theory. The book contains fully updated and revised content of measure theory and probability. It explains topics like ‘Brownian motion’ and ‘Ergodic theory’ in detail. The theory in this book is written keeping in mind the real-life situations. Many applications of measure theory and probability are mentioned, so that the readers can have practical advantage of reading this book. The book features many problems with their solutions and notes.

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4. “Control Techniques for Complex Networks” by Sean Meyn

“Control Techniques for Complex Networks” Book Review: Initially the book features chapters on exposure to stochastic processes and linear algebra for undergraduate level and further moves to chapters for advanced graduate students, researchers and practitioners. The book maintains a balance between classical theory and the state-of-the-art. It describes lyapunov functions, dynamic programming equations, methods for synthesizing hedging and safety stocks, stability theory for networks, and techniques for accelerated simulation. The book contains many examples, figures and exercises along with its solutions.

5. “Stochastic Networks and Queues” by Phillipe Robert

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Book Review: This book carries detailed analysis of queues and stochastic networks with the help of probabilistic methods. The book also illustrates that general results from Markov processes or ergodic theory can be used for studying of stochastic processes directly. The book also talks about the prioritization of stochastic process results over ad hoc methods are necessary to study the complex behavior of stochastic networks. The book also provides a simple presentation on stationary point processes and palm measures. The book also contains theorems on scaling methods and functional limit theorems.

6. “Heavy Traffic Analysis of Controlled Queueing and Communication Networks” by Kushner Harold

“Heavy Traffic Analysis of Controlled Queueing and Communication Networks” Book Review: The book is based on heavy traffic analysis of controlled and uncontrolled stochastics networks. It is made up of basic concepts and thorough theory of preceding fields. The content of this book is clearly explained with the help of many examples. The book is written in a systematic and a reader-friendly manner. It gives proper technical knowledge hence the readers can solve many problems related to traffic analysis and communication networks.

7. “Regenerative Simulation of Response Times in Networks of Queues” by G S Shedler

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“Regenerative Simulation of Response Times in Networks of Queues” Book Review: The book is basically for the students related to the field of control and information sciences. It features all the latest developments in the preceding field. The book is advanced, thorough and compact. It contains drafts of monographs and advanced textbooks along with research reports. The book describes classical fields from a modern point-of-view.

8. “Intelligent Traffic Management Schemes in TCP/IP Networks” by Rafe Alasem

“Intelligent Traffic Management Schemes in TCP/IP Networks” Book Review: The book gives information about designing various controllers, using control theory. It features designing of active queue management (AQM) controllers and a new controller named as SPRED, which is formed by mounting a Smith Predictor (SP) controller to standard RED controller to form SPRED controller. The book aims at increasing the speed of response, improving stability and robustness of congestion control systems. It also features an adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) based AQM control scheme to deal with nonlinear time delay systems.

9. “Controlled Queueing Sys” by Kitaev Kitaev
10. “Stochastic Processes, Optimization, and Control Theory: Applications in Financial Engineering, Queueing Networks, and Manufacturing Systems” by Houmin Yan

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“Stochastic Processes, Optimization, and Control Theory: Applications in Financial Engineering, Queueing Networks, and Manufacturing Systems” Book Review: This book is basically for students, professionals and researchers, belonging to the fields of control theory, optimization, stochastic analysis, and financial engineering. The book describes all the recent issues in stochastic processes, control theory, differential games, and optimization. The applications of all the preceding fields in finance, manufacturing, queueing networks, and climate control are highlighted. The book is quite versatile and updated.

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