# Reversed compound agent theorem

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En théorie des probabilités, the reversed compound agent theorem (RCAT) is a set of sufficient conditions for a stochastic process expressed in any formalism to have a product form stationary distribution[1] (assuming that the process is stationary[2][1]). The theorem shows that product form solutions in Jackson's theorem,[1] the BCMP theorem[3] and G-networks are based on the same fundamental mechanisms.[4] The theorem identifies a reversed process using Kelly's lemma, from which the stationary distribution can be computed.[1] Références ^ Aller à: a b c d Harrison, P. g. (2003). "Turning back time in Markovian process algebra". Informatique théorique. 290 (3): 1947–2013. est ce que je:10.1016/S0304-3975(02)00375-4. ^ Harrison, P. g. (2006). "Process Algebraic Non-product-forms" (PDF). Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science. 151 (3): 61–06. est ce que je:10.1016/j.entcs.2006.03.012. ^ Harrison, P. g. (2004). "Reversed processes, product forms and a non-product form". Algèbre linéaire et ses applications. 386: 359–381. est ce que je:10.1016/j.laa.2004.02.020. ^ Hillston, J. (2005). "Process Algebras for Quantitative Analysis" (PDF). 20th Annual IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS' 05). pp. 239–248. est ce que je:10.1109/LICS.2005.35. ISBN 0-7695-2266-1. External links RCAT: From PEPA to Product form a short introduction to RCAT This probability-related article is a stub. Vous pouvez aider Wikipédia en l'agrandissant.

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