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A multi-orthogonal polynomials' approach to bulk queueing theory

by   Ulises Fidalgo, et al.
Case Western Reserve University,

We consider a stationary Markov process that models certain queues with a bulk service of fixed number m of admitted customers. We find an integral expression of its transition probability function in terms of certain multi-orthogonal polynomials. We study the convergence of the appropriate scheme of simultaneous quadrature rules to design an algorithm for computing this integral expression.


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