An introduction to queueing theory and matrix-analytic by L. Breuer, Dieter Baum

By L. Breuer, Dieter Baum

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M and {ττj = ∞}, with M = m if i = j and M = m − 1 if i = j. Now this event can be further described by the intersection of the events (k+1) (k) (M +1) (M ) − τj < ∞} for k = 0, . . , M − 1 and {ττj − τj = ∞}, with {ττj (0) M as above and the convention τj (k+1) := 0. 7) probability fjj for k > 0. The (M +1) (M ) probability for {ττj − τj = ∞} is 1 − fij for M = 0 and 1 − fjj for M > 0. Once more the strong Markov property is the reason for independence of the subevents. Now multiplication of the probabilities leads to the formulae in the statement.

I ·δ We first claim that mi ν˜ = δ i + mi ν˜P˜ . This is clear for the entry ν˜i and easily ν P˜ )j = c · (νP )j = ν˜j . Now we seen for ν˜j with j = i because in this case (˜ can proceed with the same argument to see that mi ν˜ = δ i + (δ i + mi ν˜P˜ )P˜ = δ i + δ i P˜ + mi ν˜P˜ 2 = . . ∞ P˜ n = mi π = δi n=0 Hence ν˜ already is a probability measure and the skalar factor must be c = 1. This yields ν = ν˜ = π and thus the statement. 26 At a closer look the assumption of irreducibility may be relaxed to some extend.

The statement now follows from the uniqueness of the stationary distribution. e. E(N Nj (n)|X0 = i) = πj lim n→∞ n for all j ∈ E and independently of i ∈ E. ) does exist, then it coincides with the stationary distribution. In particular, it is independent of the initial distribution of X . 8). For the Nj (n)|X0 = i) = nl=0 P l (i, j). If second statement, it suffices to employ E(N an asymptotic distribution p does exist, then for any initial distribution ν we obtain pj = lim (νP n )j = n→∞ = = πj independently of ν.

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