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Ward Whitt
Ward Whitt
Professor in IEOR Department at Columbia University
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Stochastic-process limits: an introduction to stochastic-process limits and their application to queues
W Whitt
Space 500, 391-426, 2002
19832002
The queueing network analyzer
W Whltt
Bell System Technical Journal 62 (9), 2779-2815, 1983
15611983
Characterizing Superposition Arrival Processes and the Performance of Multiplexers for Voice and Data.
K Sriram, W Whitt
Proceedings of IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, New Orleans …, 1985
1082*1985
Heavy-traffic limits for queues with many exponential servers
S Halfin, W Whitt
Operations research 29 (3), 567-588, 1981
9531981
The Fourier-series method for inverting transforms of probability distributions
J Abate, W Whitt
Queueing systems 10, 5-87, 1992
9221992
Numerical inversion of Laplace transforms of probability distributions
J Abate, W Whitt
ORSA Journal on computing 7 (1), 36-43, 1995
8831995
Approximating a point process by a renewal process, I: Two basic methods
W Whitt
Operations Research 30 (1), 125-147, 1982
7751982
Fitting mixtures of exponentials to long-tail distributions to analyze network performance models
A Feldmann, W Whitt
Performance evaluation 31 (3-4), 245-279, 1998
7401998
A unified framework for numerically inverting Laplace transforms
J Abate, W Whitt
INFORMS Journal on Computing 18 (4), 408-421, 2006
5642006
Multiple channel queues in heavy traffic. I
DL Iglehart, W Whitt
Advances in Applied Probability 2 (1), 150-177, 1970
5581970
Approximations for the GI/G/m queue
W Whitt
Production and Operations Management 2 (2), 114-161, 1993
5271993
Some useful functions for functional limit theorems
W Whitt
Mathematics of operations research 5 (1), 67-85, 1980
5051980
Logarithmic asymptotics for steady-state tail probabilities in a single-server queue
PW Glynn, W Whitt
Journal of Applied Probability 31 (A), 131-156, 1994
4811994
Coping with time‐varying demand when setting staffing requirements for a service system
LV Green, PJ Kolesar, W Whitt
Production and Operations Management 16 (1), 13-39, 2007
4242007
Blocking when service is required from several facilities simultaneously
W Whitt
AT&T technical journal 64 (8), 1807-1856, 1985
3821985
The physics of the Mt/G/∞ queue
SG Eick, WA Massey, W Whitt
Operations Research 41 (4), 731-742, 1993
3811993
A staffing algorithm for call centers with skill-based routing
RB Wallace, W Whitt
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 7 (4), 276-294, 2005
3712005
Server staffing to meet time-varying demand
OB Jennings, A Mandelbaum, WA Massey, W Whitt
Management Science 42 (10), 1383-1394, 1996
3651996
Squeezing the most out of ATM
GL Choudhury, DM Lucantoni, W Whitt
IEEE transactions on communications 44 (2), 203-217, 1996
3641996
Multiple channel queues in heavy traffic. II: Sequences, networks, and batches
DL Iglehart, W Whitt
Advances in Applied Probability 2 (2), 355-369, 1970
3231970
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