Special Session (ID: SS-AQT)
Queueing Theory and Applications
Organizers: Douglas Woolford (Wilfrid Laurier University, Mathematics) and David Stanford (University of Western Ontario, Statistical and Actuarial Sciences)
The talks in this session will highlight the broad scope of queueing research, providing both a mix of theory and applications. Scheduling and other aspects of congestion will be discussed in the context of traffic lights, ambulance offload delays, and transplant queues. In addition, insight into a renewal problem will be presented.
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