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(2000)We also prove a functional central limit theorem for Markov additive processes. This theorem is used to produce the heavy traffic limit theorem for the queue length process in the subcritical case.
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(1994)A digraph is an interval digraph if each vertex can be assigned a source interval and a sink interval on the real line such that there is an edge from u to v if and only if the source interval for u intersects the sink ...
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(2004)We investigate the convex hull of the set defined by a single constraint with continues and binary variables and in addition, variable upper bound constraints are present. We introduce the flow cover inequality, which is ...
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(1992)We present four algorithms that use either scaling or interior point methods for convex optimization problems; two of the algorithms use both.
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(1989)The Updated Conjugate Subspaces method, an modified quasiNewton method for solving nonlinear unconstrained minimization problems, has flexibility of choosing different quadratic approximation at each iteration and therefore ...
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