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The spectrum of intervals for superposed Erlang renewal processes
Peter A. W. Lewis
The spectrum of the stationary synchronous interval process in the stochastic point process obtained by superposing p Erlang renewal processes is derived by using relationships based on the Palm-Khinchine formulae and the fundamental identity linking the counting process of a point process to the interval process. The spectra coincide with those of mixed moving average--autoregressive processes. Explicit results are derived for a few simple cases for small p and a computational formula for the more complicated cases. Some general results on the shape of the spectrum of intervals are also given. (Author)
|Statement||by P.A.W. Lewis, R.D. Haskell, W.J. Hayne, R.D. Rantschler, J.Y. Schrader, Jr. [and] J.N. Swan|
|Contributions||Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
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Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip : Abstract. The spectrum of the stationary synchronous interval process in the stochastic point process obtained by superposing p Erlang renewal processes is derived by using relationships based on the Palm-Khinchine formulae and the fundamental identity linking the counting process of a point process to the interval process.
chronous Intervals ii superposed Erlang renewal processes. Specific forms fur the spectra are given for a few cases. A general expression for th'i generating function of the distribution of counts is used to compute the spectrum of Intervals and rerial correlations in other cases. Some general.
A superposed renewal process, here denoted by N s (t), is obtained by counting the renewals up to time t of multiple source processes, each of which is a renewal process: N s (t) = ∑ i = 1 n N i (t), n ≥ 1. Unless the individual renewal processes N i (t) are Poisson processes, the superposed process itself is not a renewal process.
This is Cited by: The superposition of two renewal processes was studied next. A previous result (Cherry, ) proved that the superposition of two renewal processes is a Markov renewal process.
We used this result in deriving the moments and the density function derivatives at zero of the merger of two Erlang and mixed Erlang by: Table 1 displays the results of the cases where 10 mutually independent Renewal A processes merge yielding an intensity of λ X = 1 and a server utilization of ρ = The GE approximation parameters are k = 53, λ =and a = The lag-1 autocorrelation function coefficient of the superposition ρ X (1) =Since I X =the superposition can also be approximated using the.
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