Special issue: In honour of Ward Whitt reaching 75

Queueing Systems, Mar 2018

Amy R. Ward, Guodong Pang

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Special issue: In honour of Ward Whitt reaching 75

Amy R. Ward 0 1 Guodong Pang 0 1 B Amy R. Ward 0 1 0 Harold and Inge Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Pennsylvania State University , 310 Leonhard Bldg., University Park, PA 16802 , USA 1 Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, Bridge Hall 401H , Los Angeles, CA 90089 , USA - Ward’s influence on the queueing community and beyond is large, both through his research and through his mentoring. Indeed, we have both benefitted from his mentoring. We are honored to bring you this special issue that highlights some current research influenced by Ward’s work. We begin this issue with a short paper by Ward putting the work in this issue into a broader context.


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Amy R. Ward, Guodong Pang. Special issue: In honour of Ward Whitt reaching 75, Queueing Systems, 2018, 1-2, DOI: 10.1007/s11134-018-9579-9