Three management policies for a resource with partition constraints

Alanyali, Murat
September 1999
Advances in Applied Probability;Sep99, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p795
Academic Journal
Analyzes three management policies for a resource with partition constraints with regards to revenue generation. Characteristics of each management policy; Proof that each policy is asymptotically optimal for a certain range of parameters; Obtainment of limiting dynamical behavior using the theory developed by Hunt and Kurtz.


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