Publication: A bibliographical guide to the analysis of retrial queues through matrix analytic techniques
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This paper provides a bibliographical guide to researchers who are interested in the analysis of retrial queues through matrix analytic methods. It includes an author index and a subject index of research papers written in English and published in journals or collective publications, as well as some papers accepted for a forthcoming publication.
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