# Impact of Nonparametric Density Estimation on the Approximation of the G ∕ G ∕1 Queue by the M ∕ G ∕1 One

@inproceedings{Bareche2015ImpactON, title={Impact of Nonparametric Density Estimation on the Approximation of the G ∕ G ∕1 Queue by the M ∕ G ∕1 One}, author={Aicha Bareche and D. A{\"i}ssani}, year={2015} }

In this paper, we show the interest of nonparametric boundary density estimation to evaluate a numerical approximation of \(G/G/1\) and \(M/G/1\) queueing systems using the strong stability approach when the general arrivals law G in the \(G/G/1\) system is unknown. A numerical example is provided to support the results. We give a proximity error between the arrival distributions and an approximation error on the stationary distributions of the quoted systems.

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