Studies stochastic models of queueing, reliability, inventory, and sequencing in which random influences are considered. One stochastic mode—rl is approximated by another that is simpler in structure or about which simpler assumptions can be made. After general results on comparison properties of random variables and stochastic processes are given, the properties are illustrated by application to various queueing models and questions in experimental design, renewal and reliability theory, PERT networks and branching processes.
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