Item #29133 TWO QUEUEING THEORY PAPERS BY SIR JOHN KINGMAN: "The Single-Server Queue in Heavy Traffic" (Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 57 pp. 902-904, 1961); and "On 'Queues in which Customers are Served in Random Order" (Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 58 pp. 79-91, 1962). J. F. C. Kingman.
TWO QUEUEING THEORY PAPERS BY SIR JOHN KINGMAN: "The Single-Server Queue in Heavy Traffic" (Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 57 pp. 902-904, 1961); and "On 'Queues in which Customers are Served in Random Order" (Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 58 pp. 79-91, 1962)

TWO QUEUEING THEORY PAPERS BY SIR JOHN KINGMAN: "The Single-Server Queue in Heavy Traffic" (Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 57 pp. 902-904, 1961); and "On 'Queues in which Customers are Served in Random Order" (Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 58 pp. 79-91, 1962).

London: Cambridge University Press, 1961/1962. Hardcover. First Edition. vi, [1]-909; vi, 716 pp. 4to. Large double volume bound as one. Black cloth with gold embossed titling to spine. Clean, crisp copy. Ex-library and barely noticeable. Fine.
John Frank Charles Kingman's (b. 1939) first paper in this volume describes a queueing model under heavy traffic, the first paper on the performance limits of a queueing system. The second paper analyzes a queueing model in which the customers are served randomly.
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