- DATE/TIME for FIRST EXAM: Thurs Oct 26th at 6:30 p.m. in Rashid Auditorium GHC 4401.
DIRECTIONS: You can bring a 3x5 index card with writing on 1 side of the card.
If you don't know what to put on your card, here's a good list:
- Table 3.2 from Chpt 3 of your book
- The Laplace transform and z-transform for common distributions. In particular the Laplace transform of an Exponential is a useful one.
- The basics of an M/M/1: pi_i, E[N], E[T].
- DATE/TIME for SECOND EXAM: Fri Dec 8th at 6:00 p.m. in GHC 4307.
- Warmup Sheets to help with needed Calculus Background:
Wed, Sept 6th, Chpt1: Motivating Examples on Queueing Theory
Friday, Sept 8th, Recitation -- Going over Probability Assessment
Mon, Sept 11th, Chpt2: Queueing Theory Notation/Vocabulary
Open/Closed Paper from NSDI 2006
Wed, Sept 13th, Chpt5: Convergence of Random Variables and Time Average versus Ensemble Average
Friday, Sept 15th, Recitation -- Chpt 4: Generating R.V.s for Simulation
Mon, Sept 18th, Chpt6: Operational Laws (Little's Law)
Wed, Sept 20th, Chpt7: Modification Analysis
Mon, Sept 25th, Chpt8: Discrete-time Markov Chains
Wed, Sept 27th, Chpt9: Ergodicity - Finite-state DTMCs
Mon, Oct 2, Chpt9: Ergodicity - Infinite-state DTMCs
Wed, Oct 4, Chpt9,10: Alternative Interpretations of Limiting Probabilities.
Mon, Oct 9, Chpt 11: Exponential Distribution and Poisson Process
Wed, Oct 11, Chpt 12: Conversion to Continuous-time Markov Chains
Mon, Oct 16, Chpt 13: M/M/1 and PASTA
Wed, Oct 18, Chpt 14: M/M/k
Mon, Oct 23, Chpt 15: Capacity Provisioning + Open Problems in Markov Chains
Wed, Oct 25 -- NO CLASS --
Thur, Oct 26 -- MIDTERM AT 6:30 p.m. --
Mon, Oct 30, Chpt 16: Time-Reversibility and Burke's Theorem
Wed, Nov 1, Chpt 17: Jackson Networks of Queues