On the Maximal Value of Spectral Gap for Some Birth and Death Processes* View Full Text


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DATE

2014-07

AUTHORS

I. Soloviev, A. I. Zeifman

ABSTRACT

We consider a class of birth and death processes with finally constant birth and death intensities and obtain the exact formula for spectral gap of the process in some situations. Moreover, we study spectral gap values for a number of famous queueing models.

PAGES

486-491

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  • 1991-12. Qualitative properties of inhomogeneous birth and death processes in JOURNAL OF SOVIET MATHEMATICS
  • 2000-10. Explicit bounds of the first eigenvalue in SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES A MATHEMATICS
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