Posted by **DZ123** at Aug. 30, 2015

English | 2008 | ISBN: 0387731717 | PDF | pages: 232 | 3,8 mb

Posted by **FatGarry** at March 12, 2015

32 JPG | 2560*1440, 1600*1200 | HQ | 38.7 Mb

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Oct. 20, 2014

Published: 2007-03-26 | ISBN: 0387707298, 1441943579, 0387707301 | PDF | 430 pages | 3 MB

Posted by **melia** at Jan. 31, 2013

English | 2007 | ISBN: 0387707298 | 430 pages | PDF | 3.5 MB

Posted by **lenami** at March 21, 2012

Publisher: S––er | ISBN: 030648496X | edition 2004 | PDF | 308 pages | 11,8 mb

Computing systems are of growing importance because of their wide use in many areas including those in safety-critical systems. This book describes the basic models and approaches to the reliability analysis of such systems. An extensive review is provided and models are categorized into different types. Some Markov models are extended to the analysis of some specific computing systems such as combined software and hardware, imperfect debugging processes, failure correlation, multi-state systems, heterogeneous subsystems, etc.

Posted by **ertugrul ergun** at June 4, 2007

Springer | ISBN / ASIN:0387707298 | 2007 | 430 pages | PDF | 3.3MB

This book presents applications of semi-Markov processes in finance, insurance and reliability, using real-life problems as examples. After a presentation of the main probabilistic tools necessary for understanding of the book, the authors show how to apply semi-Markov processes in finance, starting from the axiomatic definition and continuing eventually to the most advanced financial tools, particularly in insurance and in risk-and-ruin theories. Also considered are reliability problems that interact with credit risk theory in finance. The unique approach of this book is to solve finance and insurance problems with semi-Markov models in a complete way and furthermore present real-life applications of semi-Markov processes.

Posted by **Alexpal** at Jan. 8, 2007

Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (April 30, 2004) | ISBN-10: 030648496X | PDF | 7,5 Mb | 308 pages

Computing systems are of growing importance because of their wide use in many areas including those in safety-critical systems. This book describes the basic models and approaches to the reliability analysis of such systems. An extensive review is provided and models are categorized into different types. Some Markov models are extended to the analysis of some specific computing systems such as combined software and hardware, imperfect debugging processes, failure correlation, multi-state systems, heterogeneous subsystems, etc. One of the aims of the presentation is that based on the sound analysis and simplicity of the approaches, the use of Markov models can be better implemented in the computing system reliability.

Posted by **Alteklafte** at June 24, 2006

The Second Edition of this now-classic text provides a current and thorough treatment of queueing systems, queueing networks, continuous and discrete-time Markov chains, and simulation. Thoroughly updated with new content, as well as new problems and worked examples, the text offers readers both the theory and practical guidance needed to conduct performance and reliability evaluations of computer, communication, and manufacturing systems.

Starting with basic probability theory, the text sets the foundation for the more complicated topics of queueing networks and Markov chains, using applications and examples to illustrate key points. Designed to engage the reader and build practical performance analysis skills, the text features a wealth of problems that mirror actual industry challenges.

New features of the Second Edition include:

Chapter examining simulation methods and applications

Performance analysis applications for wireless, Internet, J2EE, and Kanban systems

Latest material on non-Markovian and fluid stochastic Petri nets, as well as solution techniques for Markov regenerative processes

Updated discussions of new and popular performance analysis tools, including ns-2 and OPNET

New and current real-world examples, including DiffServ routers in the Internet and cellular mobile networks

With the rapidly growing complexity of computer and communication systems, the need for this text, which expertly mixes theory and practice, is tremendous. Graduate and advanced undergraduate students in computer science will find the extensive use of examples and problems to be vital in mastering both the basics and the fine points of the field, while industry professionals will find the text essential for developing systems that comply with industry standards and regulations.

Posted by **interes** at Dec. 8, 2016

English | 2016 | ISBN: 149876519X | 274 pages | PDF | 19 MB

Posted by **libr** at Dec. 6, 2016

English | 2012 | ISBN: 143989535X | 320 pages | PDF | 11,7 MB