Probability, Statistics and Queuing Theory is considered to be a 'tough' subject by most engineering and science students. In this text Professor Sundarapandian makes the concepts clear and comprehensible to students. The book analyses various types of random processes, spectral density functions and their applications to linear systems. It also deals with the basics of queuing theory, and explores the five most important queuing models. The text provides detailed description of random variables, standard probability distribution, central limit theorem, random processes and spectral theory. It is illustrated throughout with examples and diagrams to make this rigorous subject more understandable. Key features: * Comprehensive and practical.* Over 625 worked-out examples, and over 440 problem sets.* Answers to all section-end problems. Intended primarily as a text for undergraduate students of engineering for their courses on Probability, Statistics, Random Processes and Queuing Theory, the book will also be useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students of science.
V. Sundarapandian, DSc, is Professor and Academic Convenor, Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (IIITM-K), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He has more than 15 years of experience in teaching and research. Professor Sundarapandian is a life member of System Society of India and ISTE and has won numerous awards and honours for his contributions in nonlinear control systems. He has published many research papers in reputed international journals and has authored the book Numerical Linear Algebra (published by PHI Learning).