Nonparametric inference about service time distribution from indirect measurements
In studies of properties of queues, for example in relation to Internet traffic, a subject that is of particular interest is the 'shape' of service time distribution. For example, we might wish to know whether the service time density is unimodal, suggesting that service time distribution is possibly homogeneous, or whether it is multimodal, indicating that there are two or more distinct customer populations. However, even in relatively controlled experiments we may not have access to explicit...[Show more]
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