TY - BOOK

T1 - A Lévy input fluid queue with input and workload regulation

AU - Palmowski, Z.B.

AU - Vlasiou, M.

AU - Zwart, B.

PY - 2011

Y1 - 2011

N2 - We consider a queuing model with the workload evolving between consecutive i.i.d. exponential timers
$\{e_q^{(i)}\}_{i=1,2,\ldots}$
according to a spectrally positive Lévy process $Y_i(t)$ that is reflected at zero, and where the environment $i$ equals 0 or 1. When the exponential clock $e_q^{(i)}$ ends, the workload, as well as the Lévy input process, are modified; this modification may depend on the current value of the workload, the maximum and the minimum workload observed during the previous cycle, and the environment i of the Lévy input process itself during the previous cycle. We analyse the steady-state workload distribution for this model. The main theme of the analysis is the systematic application of non-trivial functionals, derived within the framework of fluctuation theory of Lévy processes, to workload and queuing models.

AB - We consider a queuing model with the workload evolving between consecutive i.i.d. exponential timers
$\{e_q^{(i)}\}_{i=1,2,\ldots}$
according to a spectrally positive Lévy process $Y_i(t)$ that is reflected at zero, and where the environment $i$ equals 0 or 1. When the exponential clock $e_q^{(i)}$ ends, the workload, as well as the Lévy input process, are modified; this modification may depend on the current value of the workload, the maximum and the minimum workload observed during the previous cycle, and the environment i of the Lévy input process itself during the previous cycle. We analyse the steady-state workload distribution for this model. The main theme of the analysis is the systematic application of non-trivial functionals, derived within the framework of fluctuation theory of Lévy processes, to workload and queuing models.

M3 - Report

T3 - Report Eurandom

BT - A Lévy input fluid queue with input and workload regulation

PB - Eurandom

CY - Eindhoven

ER -