Applied Probability Research
Applied probability involves the study of stochastic models of real world applications. This includes models of queues, epidemics, social networks, communication networks, manufacturing, logistics, and many other applications.
See my work on the BRAVO effect in queues, general queueing theory, and queueing networks. Further, here are additional general publications in applied probability.
Stationary Markovian Arrival Processes, Results and Open Problems,
by Azam Asanjarani and Yoni Nazarathy. Appears in arXiv:1905.01736.
A correction term for the covariance of renewal-reward processes with multivariate rewards,
by Brendan Patch, Yoni Nazarathy, and Thomas Taimre.
Appears in Statistics & Probability Letters.
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