CONFERENCES

Dr. János Sztrik

5 January, 2019

    1. A queueing model for a terminal system subject to breakdowns
      IFIP-WG 7.1 Conference on Optimization, Debrecen, Hungary (1988)
      Co-author : T. Gál
    2. Asymptotic analysis of a complex renewable system operating in Markovian environments
      18th European Meeting of Statisticians, Berlin, Germany (1988)

    3. Asymptotic analysis of the reliability of a complex renewable system with fast repair
      Fifth International Vilnius Conference, Vilnius, Estonia (1989)

    4. Asymptotic analysis of the reliability of a complex standby system with fast repair
      2nd Bernoulli World Congress, Uppsala, Sweden (1990)

    5. Asymptotic approach to the multiple machine interference problem with Markovian environment
      Stochastic Processes and their Applications, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1993)
    6. On finite-source queueing models and their applications
      Modelling and Computational Aspects, Tilburg, The Netherlands(1993)
    7. Stochastic Modelling of Information and Computer Systems
      Informatics in Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary (1993)
    8. Approximate Analysis of Multiprocessor Systems with Randomly Changing Parameters
      IFIP WG 7.3 Workshop at Performance'93, Rome, Italy (1993) 17

    9. Asymptotic Analysis of a Finite Buffer Queue in a Randomly Changing Environment
      IFIP TC6 Working Group 6.4 and TC6 Task Force on Performance of Computer Networks, University of Bradford, England ( 1994 )
      Co-author: D.D. Kouvatsos

    10. Modelling and Simulation of Markov Modulated Multiprocessor Systems with Petri Nets
      7th European Simulation Symposium, University of Erlangen, Germany ( 1995 )
      Co-author: G. Bolch

    11. Performance Simulation of a Non-Reliable Terminal System
      Modelling and Simulation, ESM96, Budapest, Hungary( 1996 )
      Co-author: B. Almási
    12. On finite-source queueing models
      Symposium on Operations Research (SOR96), Braunschweig, Germany ( 1996 )
    13. Software Tools in Teaching Queueing Theory (H)
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 1996 )
      Co-author: B. Almási, presented by B. Almási

    14. A Queueing Model for a Non-Reliable Multi-Terminal System with Polling Scheduling
      XVIII. Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Debrecen, Hungary, (1997)
      Co-author: B. Almási, presented by B. Almási
    15. The effects of service disciplines on the performance of a non-reliable terminal system
      XVIII. Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Debrecen, Hungary, (1997)
      Co-author: B. Almási
    16. Asymptotic Analysis of Markov-Modulated Multiprocessor Systems
      3rd United Kingdom Workshop on Performance Engineering of Computer and Telecommunication Systems, Ilkey, England, ( 1997 )
    17. Asymptotic Analysis of Finite-Source ATM System
      5th IFIP Workshop on Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks, Ilkey, England, ( 1997 )
    18. On optimal operation of a non-reliable terminal system
      3rd International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (1997)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch, S. Greiner
    19. Softver Tools in Queueing Theory
      3rd International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (1997)
      Co-author: B. Almási, presented by B. Almási
    20. Asymptotic analysis of a heterogeneous finite-source Markov-modulated communication system
      International Conference of the Performance and Management of Complex Communication Networks,
      Workshop 3, Queueing Theory and its Applications, Tsukuba, Japan (1997)


    21. A simulation tool to evaluate the performance of finite source queueing models
      XIX Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Vologda, Russia, (1998)
      Co-author: B. Almási
    22. Reliability analysis of complex communication systems
      XIX Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Vologda, Russia, (1998)
    23. Reliability analysis of finite-source information systems with different users
      RelInCom'98, Symposium on Quality and Reliability in Information and Communication Technologies, Budapest, Hungary (1998)
      Co-author: B. Almási, presented by B. Almási
    24. Optimization problems on the performance of a non-reliable terminal system
      International Conference on Operations Research, Zurich, Switzerland, (1998)
      Co-author: B. Almási

    25. Asymptotic Analysis of Complex Markov-Modulated Computer and Communication Systems
      3rd Scandinavian-Ukrainian Conference in Probability and Statistics, Kiev, Ukraine (1999)

    26. A Tool for Simulation of Markov-Modulated Finite-Source Queueing Systems
      Messung Modellirung und Berwertung (MMB'99), Trier, Germany, (1999)
      Co-author: O. Moller
    27. On finite-source queueing systems operating in random environments
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 1999 )
      Co-author: O. Moller
    28. Software Tool PEPSY-QNS in Teaching Queueing Theory
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 1999 )
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, G. Bolch ( in Hungarian ), presented by A. Kuki
    29. Stochastic simulation of Markov-modulated finite-source queueing systems
      XX Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Lublin, Poland (1999)
    30. Solving queueing networks with PEPSY-QNS
      XX Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Lublin, Poland (1999)
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, G. Bolch, presented by A. Kuki
    31. Performance simulation of Markov-modulated finite-source queueing systems
      4th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (1999)
      Co-author: O. Moller
    32. PEPSY-QNS: An Efficient Tool for Solving Queueing Networks
      4th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (1999)
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, G. Bolch, presented by A. Kuki
    33. Softver Tools for Modelling Terminal Systems
      4th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (1999)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch, presented by B. Almási
    34. Modeling Terminal Systems Using MOSEL
      11th Europenan Simulation Symposium, Erlangen,Germany (1999)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch
    35. Reliability Analysis of Finite-Source Information Systems with Different Clients
      COMCON 7, 7th Annual International Conference on Advances in Communication and Control, Athens, Greece (1999)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, presented by B. Almási

    36. Markov-modulated finite-source queueing models and their applications
      XXI Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Eger, Hungary (2001)
    37. An Educational Tool for Queueing theory
      5th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2001)
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, G. Bolch, presented by A. Kuki
    38. Performability Modeling a Client-Server Communication System with Randomly Changing Parameter Using MOSEL
      5th International Workshop on Performability Modeling of Computer and Communication Systems, Erlangen, Germany (2001)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch, presented by B. Almási
    39. Performability Modeling of Non-homogeneous Terminal Systems Using MOSEL
      5th International Workshop on Performability Modeling of Computer and Communication Systems, Erlangen, Germany (2001)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch
    40. MARKMOD - A software tool to implement finite-source Markov-modulated queueing systems
      XXV Hungarian Conference of Operations Research, Debrecen, Hungary (2001)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch, presented by B. Almási
    41. Optimization problems in non-reliable terminal systems using MOSEL
      XXV Hungarian Conference of Operations Research, Debrecen, Hungary (2001)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch
    42. Applying PEPSY-QNS for investigation of queueing systems
      XXV Hungarian Conference of Operations Research, Debrecen, Hungary (2001)
      Co-authors: A.Kuki, G. Bolch, presented by A. Kuki
    43. Simulation of Markov-modulated finite-source queueing systems
      XXV Hungarian Conference of Operations Research, Debrecen, Hungary (2001)
      Co-authors: M. Kósa, O. Moller, presented by M. Kósa
    44. Modeling a Communication System with Randomly Changing Parameters Using MOSEL
      COMCON8, 8th International Conference on Advances in Communication and Control, Crete, Greece, (2001)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch, presented by B. Almási
    45. CAC Algorithm Based on Advanced Round Robin Method for QoS Networks
      6th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications, Hammamet, Tunisia, (2001)
      Co-authors: T. Marosits, S. Molnár, presented by T. Marosits

    46. Solving Queueing Problems by the Help of WINPEPSY
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 2002 )
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, G. Bolch ( in Hungarian ), presented by A. Kuki
    47. A Key to Queueing Theory and its Applications
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 2002 )
      Co-author: A. Gábor ( in Hungarian )
    48. Asymptotic reliability analysis of complex telecommunication systems with bursty arrivals and service
      MMR2002, Third International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability, Methodology and Practice, Trondheim, Norway ( 2002 )
    49. Solving finite source queuing problems with WinPepsy
      XXII Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Varna, Bulgaria (2002)
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, G. Bolch, presented by A. Kuki
    50. Heterogeneous Finite-Source Retrial Queues
      XXII Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Varna, Bulgaria (2002) pdf 614 Kb ( colour slides ) pdf 160 Kb ( black and white slides )
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch
    51. The Effects of Service Disciplines on the Performance Measures of Markov Modulated Finite-Source Queuing Systems
      XXII Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Varna, Bulgaria (2002)
      Co-authors: M. Kósa, O. Moller, presented by M. Kósa
    52. Asymptotic methods in modelling Markov-modulated finite-source queueing systems
      Stochastik-Tage 2002, University of Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany (2002)
    53. Heterogeneous Finite-Source Retrial Queues
      Workshop on Optimal Stopping and Stochastic Games, Mathematical Research and Conference Centre Bedlewo, Poland (2002)
      Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch

    54. Heterogeneous Finite-Source Retrial Queues with Server Subject to Breakdowns and Repairs
      XXIII Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Pamplona, Spain (2003) pdf 270 Kb ( colour slides ) pdf 270 Kb ( black and white slides )
      Co-authors: B. Almási, J. Roszik
    55. Homogeneous Finite-Source Retrial Queues with Server Subject to Breakdowns and Repairs
      5th EURO/INFORMS Joint International Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey (2003) pdf 163 Kb ( colour slides ) pdf 163 Kb ( black and white slides )
      Co-authors: B. Almási, J. Roszik

    56. Software Tools for Network Modelling
      6th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2004) ppt 360 Kb ( PowerPoint slides )
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, G. Bolch, presented by A. Kuki
    57. The Effect of Server's Breakdown on the the Performance of Finite-Source Retrial Queueing Systems
      6th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2004) pdf 160 Kb ( colour slides ) pdf 160 Kb ( black and white slides )
      Co-author: J. Roszik
    58. Differentiated Services Simulation using Traditional Schedulng Algorithms
      6th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2004)
      Co-author: M. Lengyel, presented by M. Lengyel
    59. Multiserver Retrial Queues with Finite Number of Heterogeneous Sources
      6th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2004) pdf 140 Kb ( colour slides )
      Co-authors: J. Roszik, B. Almási, presented by J. Roszik
    60. Finite-Source Retrial Queueing Systems with Heterogeneous Non-Reliable Servers and Different Service Policies
      XXVI th Hungarian Operational Research Conference, Gyor, Hungary (2004) pdf 180 Kb ( colour slides ) pdf 180 Kb ( black and white slides )
      Co-author: J. Roszik
    61. Investigating DiffServ Topology Using Network Simulator
      XXVI th Hungarian Operational Research Conference, Gyor, Hungary (2004)
      Co-author: M. Lengyel, presented by M. Lengyel
    62. Softwer Tools for Performance Modelling of Computer Networks
      XXVI th Hungarian Operational Research Conference, Gyor, Hungary (2004)
      Co-author: A. Kuki, presented by A. Kuki
    63. Retrial Queues for Performance Modelling and Evaluation of Heterogeneous Networks
      HET-NET04, Conference on Performance Modelling and Evaluation of Heterogeneous Networks, Ilkley, England (2004) pdf 202 Kb ( colour slides ) pdf 160 Kb ( black and white slides )
      Co-author: J. Roszik
    64. Performance Analysis of Finite-Source Retrial Queues with Non-Reliable Heterogeneous Servers
      XXIV Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Jurmala, Latvia (2004) pdf 150 Kb ( colour slides ) pdf 150 Kb ( black and white slides )
      Co-author: J. Roszik
    65. Performance Comparison of Traditional Schedulers in DiffServ Architectures Using NS
      16th European Simulation Symposium, Budapest, Hungary (2004)
      Co-author: M. Lengyel, presented by M. Lengyel

    66. Tool supported performance modeling of infocommunication systems
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 2005 ) pdf 165 Kb ( colour slides )
      Co-author: C.S. Kim ( in Hungarian )

    67. A queueing network model of a proxy cache server
      XXVI Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Sovata-Bai, Romania (2006)
      Co-author: T. Bérczes, presented by T. Bérczes
    68. Modeling and simulation of BitTorrent file sharing systems
      XXVI Seminar on Stability Problems of Stochastic Models, Sovata-Bai, Romania (2006)
      Co-author: G. Balázsfalvi, presented by G. Balázsfalvi

    69. The role of performance tools in modeling complex systems
      7th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2007) pdf 165 Kb ( colour slides )
      Co-author: C.S. Kim
    70. Diffserv investigations with Dummynet
      7th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2007)
      Co-author: M. Lengyel, presented by M. Lengyel
    71. TCP dynamics and congestion control on asymmetric lines
      7th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2007)
      Co-author: C.S. Kim, P. Orosz, presented by P. Orosz
    72. A queueing network model to study Proxy Cache Servers
      7th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2007)
      Co-author: T. Bérczes, presented by T. Bérczes
    73. Modeling P2P protocols by cellular automata
      7th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2007) pdf 844 Kb ( colour slides )
      Co-author: G. Balázsfalvi, presented by G. Balázsfalvi
    74. Modeling finite-source retrial queueing systems with unreliable heterogeneous servers and different service policies using MOSEL
      ASMTA 2007, 14th International Conference on Analytical and Stochastic Modelling Techniques and Applications, Prague, Czech Republic (2007) pdf 511 Kb ( colour slides )
      Co-authors: G. Bolch, H. de Meer. J. Roszik, P. Wuechner, presented by P. Wuechner
    75. Structured Markov chains arising from finite-source retrial queues with orbital search
      Numerical Methods for Structured Markov Chains, Dagstuhl Seminar, Dagstuhl, Germany (2007) pdf 693 Kb ( colour slides )
      Co-authors: H. de Meer, P. Wuechner, presented by P. Wuechner

    76. Homogeneous finite-source retrial queues with search of customers from the orbit
      MMB 2008, Dortmund, Germany (2008) pdf 1 693 Kb ( colour slides )
      Co-authors: H. de Meer, P. Wuechner, presented by P. Wuechner
    77. Performance Evaluation of Proxy Cash Servers with Unreliable Web Servers
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 2008 )
      Co-author: T. Bérczes ( in Hungarian ) presented by T. Bérczes
    78. Wavelet Analysis of IP-Phones Traffic inside pf QoS LAN Domain
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 2008 )
      Co-author: Z. Gál ( in Hungarian ) presented by Z. Gál
    79. DiffServ Emulation and Simulation
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 2008 )
      Co-author: M. Lengyel ( in Hungarian ) presented by M. Lengyel
    80. Modeling Distributed Systems by Cellular Automata
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 2008 )
      Co-author: G. Balázsfalvi ( in Hungarian ) presented by G. Balázsfalvi
    81. Observing alternative TCP variants on high bandwidth-delay connections
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary ( 2008 )
      Co-author: P. Orosz ( in Hungarian ) presented by P. Orosz

    82. Tool supported reliability analysis of finite-source retrial queues
      MMR2009, 6th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability, Moscow, Russia (2009) pdf 306 Kb ( colour slides )
      Co-author: D. Efrosinin, presented by J. Sztrik
    83. Controlable damage model with graduate failures
      MMR2009, 6th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability, Moscow, Russia (2009)
      Co-author: D. Efrosinin, presented by D. Efrosinin
    84. Comparing the performance modeling environment MOSEL and the Probabilistic Model Checker PRISM for modeling and analysing retrial queueing systems
      International Conference on Probability and Statistics with Applications, Debrecen, Hungary (2009)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, G. Guta, G. Kusper, W. Schreiner, presented by G. Kusper
    85. Performance analyis of a proxy cache server model with external users using the Probabilistic Model Checker PRISM
      International Conference on Probability and Statistics with Applications, Debrecen, Hungary (2009)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, G. Guta, G. Kusper, W. Schreiner, presented by T. Bérczes
    86. Performance modeling tools
      International Conference on Probability and Statistics with Applications, Debrecen, Hungary (2009)
    87. Analyzing a Proxy Cache Server Performance Model with the Probabilistic Model Checker PRISM
      Proceedings of WWV'09, 5th International Workshop on Automated Specification and Verification of Web Systems, Hagenberg, Austria (2009)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, G. Guta, G. Kusper, W. Schreiner, presented by G. Kusper

    88. Queueing Theory and its Applications
      8th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2010) pdf 732 Kb
    89. Finite-Source Retrial Queues with Applications
      8th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2010) pdf 648 Kb
      Co-authors: P. Wuechner, H. de Meer
    90. A Survey on Java Meta Languagues
      8th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2010)
      Co-authors: G. Kovásznai, G. Guta, G. Kusper, W. Schreiner, presented by G. Kusper
    91. Tool supported analysis of queueing systems
      International Conference on Modern Statistics, Theory and Applications II, Kyiv, Ukraine (2010)
    92. Modeling wireless sensor networks using finite-source retrial queues with unreliable orbit
      PERFORM Workshop, Vienna, Austria (2010)
      Co-authors: P. Wuechner, H. de Meer, presented by H. de Meer

    93. Performance evaluation of call centers
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary (2011)
      Co-author: A. Barnák ( in Hungarian )
    94. The impact of heterogeneous traffic on the performance of Proxy Cache servers
      Conference on Stochastic Models and their Applications, Debrecen, Hungary (2011)
      Co-author: T. Bérczes, presented by T. Bérczes
    95. Tool supported analysis of queueing systems
      Conference on Stochastic Models and their Applications, Debrecen, Hungary (2011) pdf 650 Kb
    96. Well-known formulas in queueing theory
      35th Conference of Teachers of Mathematics, Physics and IT (MAFIOK), Szolnok, Hungary (2011) ( in Hungarian ) pdf 700 Kb video 17 Mb
    97. Queuing Models with Two Types of Service: Applications for Dependability Planning of Complex Systems
      MMR2011, 7th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability, Beijing, China (2011)
      Co-author: R. Kakubava, presented by R. Kakubava

    98. Queueing Theory and its Applications: A Personal View
      SoICT 2012, 3rd International Symposium on Information and Communication Technology, Halong, Vietnam (2012)
      Invited key-note speaker

    99. A Fluid Limit for the Engset Model, An Application to Retrial Queues
      ICORES 2013, International Conference on Operations Research and Enterprise Systems, Barcelona, Spain (2013)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, P. Orosz, P. Moyal, N. Limnios, S. Georgiadis, presented by P. Moyal
    100. A contribution to modeling sensor communication networks by using finite-source queueing systems
      8th IEEE International Symposium on Applied Computational Intelligence and Informatics, Timisoara, Romania (2013)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, B. Almási, A. Kuki, presented by A. Kuki
    101. Discriminatory Processor Sharing from Optimization Point of View
      ASMTA 2013, Analytical and Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Applications, Ghent, Belgium (2013)
      Co-authors: J. Biró, T. , A. Korosi, Z. Heszberger, presented by T. Bérczes
    102. Queueing Theory and Applications
      1st International Conference on Computer Science, Applied Mathematics and Applications, Warsaw, Poland (2013)
      Co-author: T.V. Do, presented by T.V. Do and J. Sztrik
    103. A new model of finite-source retrial queues with multi-state server's breakdown
      9th International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Baia Mare, Romania (2013)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, B. Almási, A. Kuki, P. Moyal, presented by A. Kuki
    104. An efficient method to solve a two-server heterogeneous retrial queue with threshold policy
      9th International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Baia Mare, Romania (2013)
      Co-authors: T. V. Do, R. Chakka, T. Bérczes, D. Efrosinin, presented by T. Bérczes
    105. Tool supported analysis of queueing systems with Future Internet applications
      9th International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Baia Mare, Romania (2013) pdf 667 Kb
      Co-author: T. Bérczes, invited talk
    106. Modeling the performance and the energy usage of wireless sensor networks by retrial queueing systems
      8th ACM workshop on Performance Monitoring and Measurement of Heterogeneous Wireless and Wired Networks (PM2HW2N '13), Barcelona, Spain (2013)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, B. Almási, A. Kuki, presented by A. Kuki
    107. A queueing model to study the effect of service network breakdown in a CogInfoCom system
      4th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications, CogInfoCom 2013, Budapest, Hungary (2013) pdf 770 Kb
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, B. Almási, A. Kuki

    108. Using PRISM to model spectrum renting in mobile cellular networks
      9th International Conference on Applied Informatics, Eger, Hungary (2014)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, G. Kusper, W. Schreiner, presented by T. Bérczes
    109. A finite-source queueing model for mobile cellular networks applying spectrum renting and handovers
      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary (2014)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, J. Wang , X. Zhang , F. Wang, Á. Horváth ( in Hungarian ), presented by T. Bérczes
    110. Optimal allocation problem in a finite-source multi-server heterogeneous queueing system
      First European Conference on Queueing Theory (ECQT14), Ghent, Belgium (2014)
      Co-author: D. Efrosinin, presented by D. Efrosinin
    111. Investigating the effect of network service breakdown in multilayered cognitive communication system
      5th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications, CogInfoCom 2014, Vietri, Italy (2014)
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, T. Bérczes, B. Almási, presented by A. Kuki

    112. Performance Modeling of Finite-Source Cognitive Radio Networks
      10th International Conference on Queueing Theory and Network Applications (QTNA), Hanoi, Vietnam (2015) pdf 627 Kb
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, T. Bérczes, B. Almási, J. Wang
    113. Comparative study regarding two implementations of an SEC-DED code with FPGA circuits
      13th International Conference on Engineering of Modern Electric Systems (EMES), Oradea, Romania (2015)
      Co-authors: O. Novac, C. Grava, presented by O. Novac
    114. Performance Analysis and Statistical Modeling of the Single-Server Non-reliable Retrial Queueing System with a Threshold-Based Recovery
      Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications (ITMM 2015), Anzhero-Sudzhensk, Russia (2015)
      Co-author: D. Efrosinin, presented by D. Efrosinin
    115. Analysis of Queueing Models with State-Dependent Jump Priorities
      18th International Scientific Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2015), Moscow, Russia (2015)
      Co-authors: A.Z. Melikov, A.M. Rustamov, T.I. Jafarzande, presented by A.Z. Melikov

    116. Optimal Control of a Two-Server Heterogeneous Queueing System with Breakdowns and Constant Retrials
      Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications (ITMM 2016), Katun, Russia (2016)
      Co-author: D. Efrosinin, presented by D. Efrosinin
    117. Hierarchical Space Merging Algorithm for Analysis of Two Stage Queueing Network with Feedback
      Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications (ITMM 2016), Katun, Russia (2016)
      Co-authors: A. Melikov, L. Ponomarenko, A. Rustamov, presented by A. Melikov
    118. Reliability analysis of a controllable queueing system with two heterogeneous servers subject to failures
      European Conference on Queueing Theory (ECQT 2016), Toulouse, France (2016)
      Co-authors: D. Efrosinin, M. Farkhadov, presented by D. Efrosinin
    119. Performance Modeling of Finite-Source Cognitive Radio Networks Using Simulation
      19th International Scientific Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2016), Moscow, Russia (2016)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, H. Nemouchi, A.Z. Melikov, presented by H. Nemouchi

    120. Some Features of a Finite-Source M/GI/1 Retrial Queuing System with Collisions of Customers
      20th International Scientific Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2017), Moscow, Russia (2017)
      Co-authors: A. Nazarov, A. Kvach, presented by A. Nazarov
    121. Simulation of Finite-Source Retrial Queueing Systems with Collisions and Non-reliable Server
      20th International Scientific Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2017), Moscow, Russia (2017)
      Co-authors: Á. Tóth, T. Bérczes, A. Kvach, presented by Á. Tóth
    122. Performance Modeling of Finite-Source Retrial Queueing Systems with Collisions and Non-reliable Server Using MOSEL
      20th International Scientific Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2017), Moscow, Russia (2017)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, Á. Tóth, A. Nazarov, presented by T. Bérczes
    123. Investigation of finite-source retrial queueing systems with collisions and nonreliable server using MOSEL
      XXXIV International Seminar on Stability Problems for Stochastic Models (ISSPSM-2017), Debrecen, Hungary (2017)
      Co-authors: T. Bérczes, A. Kuki, Á. Tóth, presented by T. Bérczes
    124. Numerical analysis of retrial queueing systems with conflict of customers
      XXXIV International Seminar on Stability Problems for Stochastic Models (ISSPSM-2017), Debrecen, Hungary (2017)
      Co-authors: A. Kuki, T. Bérczes, A. Kvach, presented by A. Kuki
    125. Gaussian approximation of multichannel networks with different input structure
      XXXIV International Seminar on Stability Problems for Stochastic Models (ISSPSM-2017), Debrecen, Hungary (2017)
      Co-authors: H. Livinska, E. Lebedev, presented by H. Livinska
    126. Performance simulation of finite-source cognitive radio networks with servers subject to breakdowns and repairs
      XXXIV International Seminar on Stability Problems for Stochastic Models (ISSPSM-2017), Debrecen, Hungary (2017)
      Co-author: H. Nemouchi, presented by H. Nemouchi
    127. Recent results on finite source retrial queues with collisions
      XXXIV International Seminar on Stability Problems for Stochastic Models (ISSPSM-2017), Debrecen, Hungary (2017) pdf 767 Kb
      Co-authors: A. Nazarov, H. Livinska
    128. Comparison of two operation modes of finite-source retrial queueing systems with collisions and non-reliable server by using simulation
      XXXIV International Seminar on Stability Problems for Stochastic Models (ISSPSM-2017), Debrecen, Hungary (2017)
      Co-authors: Á. Tóth, T. Bérczes, A. Kuki, presented by Á. Tóth
    129. Performance Evaluation of Finite-Source Cognitive Radio Networks with Collision Using Simulation
      8th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications (CogInfoCom-2017), Debrecen, Hungary (2017)
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      Informatics in the Hungarian Higher Education, Debrecen, Hungary (2017) ( in Hungarian )

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      Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications (ITMM 2018), Tomsk, Russia (2018)
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      20th International Scientific Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2018), Moscow, Russia (2018)
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