# Vladimir Rykov

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^{1}, Vladimir Rykov authored at least 13 papers between 2001 and 2019.Collaborative distances:

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## Bibliography

2019

Transient Solution of a Heterogeneous Queuing System with Balking and Retention of Reneging Customers.

Proceedings of the Computer Networks - 26th International Conference, 2019

2018

Mobility-Centric Analysis of Communication Offloading for Heterogeneous Internet of Things Devices.

Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, 2018

2017

Reliability-Centric Analysis of Offloaded Computation in Cooperative Wearable Applications.

Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, 2017

Modeling And Simulation Of Reliability Function Of A Homogeneous Hot Double Redundant Repairable System.

Proceedings of the European Conference on Modelling and Simulation, 2017

Analysis of Renewable Reliability Systems by Markovization Method.

Proceedings of the Analytical and Computational Methods in Probability Theory, 2017

On Reliability Function of a Parallel System with Three Renewable Components.

Proceedings of the Analytical and Computational Methods in Probability Theory, 2017

2014

On Sensitivity of Reliability Models to the Shape of Life and Repair Time Distributions.

Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Availability, 2014

2004

Optimal Control of Queueing Systems with Heterogeneous Servers.

Queueing Syst., 2004

2002

Optimal Allocation of Jobs between Heterogeneous Servers in the Retrial MAP/PH/K Queue

Universität Trier, Mathematik/Informatik, Forschungsbericht, 2002

An Optimization Algorithm for the MAP/PH/K Queue with Heterogeneous Servers

Universität Trier, Mathematik/Informatik, Forschungsbericht, 2002

2001

Vladimir Kalashnikov: 1942-2001.

Queueing Syst., 2001

Rhythmycal criteria of text meaningfulness [Rhythmycal read Rhythmical].

Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, 2001

Logical induction and deduction as principles of knowledge domain reflection in the corpus of texts.

Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, 2001