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IE 8532 Midterm Exam
November 7, 2012
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1. Suppose that cfw_Xn is a Markov chain with state space S = cfw_1
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1. Suppose that cfw_Xn is a Markov chain with state space S
IE 8532 Homework #1
Due: 12:20 PM, September 24, 2014.
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most two other students. On your write-up, please indicate wi
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[12/5/12: This is not a complete exam. It is roughly 3/4 of an exam.]
1. Suppose cfw_N (t) and cfw_N (t) are independent Poisson processes with respec
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November 7, 2012
This exam has 9 numbered pages. Please check that all pages are present. Show all work.
1. Suppose that cfw_Xn is a Markov chain with state space S = c
Stochastic Processes and Queueing Systems
IE 8532, University of Minnesota, Fall 2014
Instructor:
William L. Cooper
Oce: ME 130F
Phone: (612) 624-4322
Email: [email protected]
Oce Hours:
Tuesdays 11:00
IE 8532 Homework #4 Selected Solutions
2. (a) If the number of people on the bus in the previous time period is i, then the number of
people on the bus this time period is
mincfw_c, i (# people who ge
IE 8532 Homework #3 Selected Solutions
1. Solution to problem 21, chapter 3.
(a) X =
N
i=1 Ti .
(b) The random variable N has the geometric distribution with parameter p = P (T1 = 2) =
1/3. Therefore,
IE 8532 Homework #2 Selected Solutions
1. Solution to problem 73, chapter 2. For i = 1, . . . , r , k = 1, . . . , n let
1 if outcome i occurs on trial k
Ii,k =
0 otherwise.
Note that Ni =
(a) ENi =
IE 8532 Homework #1 Selected Solutions
3. Solution to problem 46(a), chapter 2.
Following the hint in the book, let In = 1(X n) for n = 1, 2, . . . . Then X =
P (X > n) .
P (X n) =
n=0
n=1
n=1
n=1
n=1
IE 8532 Homework #6 Selected Solutions
1. Solution to problem 61, chapter 5. Let X denote the number of aws. By assumption,
X is Poisson-distributed with mean c. Fix t. Categorize a aw as Type 1 if it
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3. Solution to problem 46(a), chapter 2.
Following the hint in the book, let In = 1(X n) for n = 1, 2, . . . . Then X =
P (X > n) .
P (X n) =
n=0
n=1
n=1
n=1
n=1
IE 8532 Homework #2 Selected Solutions
1. Solution to problem 73, chapter 2. For i = 1, . . . , r , k = 1, . . . , n let
1 if outcome i occurs on trial k
Ii,k =
0 otherwise.
Note that Ni =
(a) ENi =
IE 8532 Homework #3 Selected Solutions
1. Solution to problem 21, chapter 3.
(a) X =
N
i=1 Ti .
(b) The random variable N has the geometric distribution with parameter p = P (T1 = 2) =
1/3. Therefore,
IE 8532 Homework #4 Selected Solutions
2. (a) If the number of people on the bus in the previous time period is i, then the number of
people on the bus this time period is
mincfw_c, i (# people who ge
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2. Solution to problem 38, chapter 8.
(b) We have E (n ) = E (Xn+1 ) E (Xn ) + 1 E (Yn ). The random variable Yn represents the
number of arrivals during the ser