Bayes, Neyman and Neyman-Bayes Inference for Queueing Systems
AbstractIn this paper we will use the Bayesian inference for the parameters that appear in the queueing systems. We will estimate these parameters and we will build confidence intervals and significance tests for them, considering the parameters of the exponential Poisson and geometric distribution. We will also use the Neyman and the Neyman-Bayes inference for the exponential and Poisson distribution.
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Date of creation: 2007
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parameters estimation; confidence intervals; statistical tests; Bayes;
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