# Applied Probability and Queues (Stochastic Modelling and by Soeren Asmussen

By Soeren Asmussen

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10) as f ≤ h−P h+g. Thus P k f ≤ P k h−P k+1 h+ P k g and for any i, n n P k f (i) ≤ P h(i) − P n+1 h(i) + k=1 n P k g(i) ≤ P h(i) + k=1 P k g(i). k=1 Applying π to the left and noting that π(P h)/n = π(h)/n → 0 yields π(f ) ≤ π(g) < ∞. 7 Consider a queue where service takes place at a discrete sequence of instants n = 0, 1, 2, . , let Xn be the queue length at time n, Bn the number of customers arriving between n and n + 1 and An the maximal number of customers that can be served at the (n + 1)th service epoch.

6. 7 1 is simple for P m = (am ij kj /ki ) and hence λ simple for Am . 1(ii) λ0 is simple for A. Choose h ∈ Eλ0 . Then Am h = λm 0 h = λh, and since λ is simple for Am , it follows that we may take h = k. Then by nonnegativity, Ah = λ0 h implies λ0 > 0 and P = (aij kj /λ0 ki ) is a transition matrix. 7 everything then comes out in a straightforward manner. 2), note that if πP = π, π1 = 1 and we let νi = πi /hi , then νA = λ0 ν, νh = 1 and anij = λn0 pnij hi hi = λn0 hj hj πj + O nk λ1 λ0 n = λn0 hi νj + O(nk λn1 ).

Random variables. Thus R < ∞ implies ω(∆) < ∞ because of R = E(ω(∆) | Y0 , Y1 , . , by an application of the three–series criterion. 4 Suﬃcient criteria for Pi (ω(∆) < ∞) = 0 for all i ∈ E are: (i) supi∈E λ(i) < ∞; (ii) E is ﬁnite; (iii) {Yn } is recurrent. Proof. 3 that λ(Yn ) → ∞ on {ω(∆) < ∞}. Hence the suﬃciency of (i) is clear, and (ii) is a consequence of (i). If {Yn } is recurrent, and X0 = Y0 = i, then λ(i) is a limit point of {λ(Yn )}. Thus ✷ λ(Yn ) → ∞ cannot hold, so that R = ∞ and Pi (ω(∆) < ∞) = 0.