- Dimitrios Filippopoulos, Helen D. Karatza:
**A two-class parallel queue with pure space sharing among rigid jobs and general service times.**2

- Thu-Ha Dao-Thi, Jean Mairesse:
**Zero-automatic networks.**3

- Arzad Alam Kherani:
**Sojourn times in (discrete) time shared systems and their continuous time limits.**4

- Tomás Kalibera, Jakub Lehotsky, David Majda, Branislav Repcek, Michal Tomcanyi, Antonin Tomecek, Petr Tuma, Jaroslav Urban:
**Automated benchmarking and analysis tool.**5

- Peter G. Harrison, Catalina M. Lladó, Ramón Puigjaner:
**A general performance model interchange format.**6

- Edmundo de Souza e Silva, Ana Paula Couto da Silva, Antonio Augusto de Aragão Rocha, Rosa M. M. Leão, Flávio P. Duarte, Fernando J. S. Filho, Guilherme D. G. Jaime, Richard R. Muntz:
**Modeling, analysis, measurement and experimentation with the Tangram-II integrated environment.**7

- Jens B. Schmitt, Frank A. Zdarsky:
**The DISCO network calculator: a toolbox for worst case analysis.**8

- Luciano Lenzini, Linda Martorini, Enzo Mingozzi, Giovanni Stea:
**A novel approach to scalable CAC for real-time traffic in sink-tree networks with aggregate scheduling.**9

- Juan Echagüe, Vicent Cholvi:
**Worst case burstiness increase due to arbitrary aggregate multiplexing.**10

- Nail Akar, Khosrow Sohraby:
**Solving the single server semi-Markov queue with matrix exponential kernel matrices for interarrivals and services.**11

- Vishesh Dhingra, Stephane Gaubert:
**How to solve large scale deterministic games with mean payoff by policy iteration.**12

- You-Wei Wen, Wai-Ki Ching, Michael K. Ng:
**Fast solvers for queueing systems with negative customers.**13

- Soohan Ahn, V. Ramaswami:
**Matrix-geometric algorithms for stochastic fluid flows.**14

- Matthieu Jonckheere, Sem C. Borst:
**Stability of multi-class queueing systems with state-dependent service rates.**15

- Alfredo García Hernández-Díaz, Pilar Moreno:
**Analysis and optimal control of a discrete-time queueing system under the (m, N)-policy.**16

- Ho Woo Lee, Sahng Hoon Cheon, Se Won Lee:
**Performance of the MAP/G/1 queue under the dyadic control of workload and server idleness.**17

- Jose Blanchet, Peter W. Glynn:
**Strongly efficient estimators for light-tailed sums.**18

- Victor F. Nicola, Tatiana S. Zaburnenko:
**Efficient heuristics for the simulation of population overflow in series and parallel queues.**19

- Jose Blanchet:
**Importance sampling and efficient counting of 0-1 contingency tables.**20

- Pierre L'Ecuyer, Bruno Tuffin:
**Splitting with weight windows to control the likelihood ratio in importance sampling.**21

- Andrew Zalesky:
**Optimizing an OBS scheduler buffer.**22

- Yi Xie, Rocky K. C. Chang:
**Stability-constrained optimization for energy efficiency in polling-based wireless networks.**23

- Georges Nogueira, Bruno Baynat, Ahmed Ziram:
**An Erlang-like law for GPRS/EDGE engineering and its first validation on live traffic.**24

- Sugato Bagchi, Eugene Hung, Arun Iyengar, Norbert G. Vogl, Noshir Wadia:
**Capacity planning tools for web and grid environments.**25

- Giovanni Pacifici, Wolfgang Segmuller, Mike Spreitzer, Asser N. Tantawi:
**Dynamic estimation of CPU demand of web traffic.**26

- Mauro Andreolini, Sara Casolari:
**Load prediction models in web-based systems.**27

- Songjie Wei, Jelena Mirkovic:
**A realistic simulation of internet-scale events.**28

- Sami J. Habib:
**A Monte Carlo simulator for evaluating server placement within network topology designs.**29

- Toshiyuki Miyachi, Ken-ichi Chinen, Yoichi Shinoda:
**StarBED and SpringOS: large-scale general purpose network testbed and supporting software.**30

- Ladislau Bölöni, Damla Turgut, Guoqiang Wang, Dan C. Marinescu:
**Challenges and benefits of time-parallel simulation of wireless ad hoc networks.**31

- Nimrod Lilith, Jonathan Billington, Jörn Freiheit:
**Approximate closed-form aggregation of a fork-join structure in generalised stochastic petri nets.**32

- Anne Bouillard, Bruno Gaujal:
**Backward coupling in petri nets.**33

- Jan Trowitzsch, Armin Zimmermann:
**Using UML state machines and petri nets for the quantitative investigation of ETCS.**34

- Kai Lampka, Markus Siegle:
**Analysis of Markov reward models using zero-suppressed multi-terminal BDDs.**35

- Marc Lelarge:
**Tail asymptotics for discrete event systems.**36

- Smruti Padhy, Arzad Alam Kherani:
**Tail equivalence for some time-shared systems.**37

- Melike Baykal-Gursoy, Zhe Duan:
**M/M/C queues with Markov modulated service processes.**38

- David Raz, Benjamin Avi-Itzhak, Hanoch Levy:
**Fairness considerations of scheduling in multi-server and multi-queue systems.**39

- Stijn De Vuyst, Sabine Wittevrongel, Herwig Bruneel:
**Parametric delay differentiation between packet flows using multiple reserved spaces.**40

- Luciano Lenzini, Enzo Mingozzi, Giovanni Stea:
**Bandwidth and latency analysis of modified deficit round robin scheduling algorithms.**41

- G. Fort, E. Moulines, Sean P. Meyn, P. Priouret:
**ODE methods for Markov chain stability with applications to MCMC.**42

- Christophe Andrieu, Y. F. Atchadé:
**On the efficiency of adaptive MCMC algorithms.**43

- Bruno Casella, Gareth O. Roberts:
**Monte Carlo simulation of killed diffusions with a single barrier.**44

- I. Kontoyiannis, Luis Alfonso Lastras-Montaño, Sean P. Meyn:
**Exponential bounds and stopping rules for MCMC and general Markov chains.**45

- Pascal Lieshout, Sem C. Borst, Michel Mandjes:
**Heavy-traffic approximations for linear networks operating under alpha-fair bandwidth-sharing policies.**46

- Robert D. van der Mei, Erik M. M. Winands:
**Mean value analysis for polling systems in heavy traffic.**47

- Kalyan Kuppuswamy, Daniel C. Lee:
**Reduced load approximations for large-scale optical WDM networks offering multiclass services.**48

- Ahmad Al Hanbali, Philippe Nain, Eitan Altman:
**Performance of ad hoc networks with two-hop relay routing and limited packet lifetime.**49

- Michele Amoretti, Francesco Zanichelli, Gianni Conte:
**Performance evaluation of advanced routing algorithms for unstructured peer-to-peer networks.**50

- Moez Draief, Ayalvadi J. Ganesh, Laurent Massoulié:
**Thresholds for virus spread on networks.**51

- Giada Giorgi, Claudio Narduzzi:
**Analysis of traffic flow measurements by rate-interval curves.**52

- Jing Cong, Bernd E. Wolfinger:
**A unified load generator based on formal load specification and load transformation.**53

- Konstantin Avrachenkov, Danil Nemirovsky, Natalia Osipova:
**Web graph analyzer tool.**54

- Shao Liu, Tamer Basar, R. Srikant:
**TCP-Illinois: a loss and delay-based congestion control algorithm for high-speed networks.**55

- Thomas Voice:
**Stability of multi-path dual congestion control algorithms.**56

- Thomas Bonald:
**Insensitive queueing models for communication networks.**57

- François Baccelli, David R. McDonald:
**A stochastic model for the throughput of non-persistent TCP flows.**58

- Lisa Wells:
**Performance analysis using CPN tools.**59

- Dragan A. Savic, Matevz Pustisek, Francesco Potorti:
**A tool for packaging and exchanging simulation results.**60

- Peter Buchholz, Dennis Müller, Peter Kemper, Axel Thümmler:
**OPEDo: a tool framework for modeling and optimization of stochastic models.**61

- Jie Tao, Wolfgang Karl:
**Detailed cache simulation for detecting bottleneck, miss reason and optimization potentialities.**62

- Taposh Banerjee, Arzad Alam Kherani:
**Optimal control of admission to a station in a closed two queue system.**63

- Lynda Mokdad, Mbaye Sene:
**Performance measures of a call admission control in mobile networks using SWN.**64

- Sum Lam, Rocky K. C. Chang, Yi Xie:
**Relative stability analysis of multiple queues.**65

- Oualid Jouini, Yves Dallery:
**Predicting queueing delays for multiclass call centers.**66

- Juha Leino, Jorma T. Virtamo:
**An approximative method for calculating performance measures of Markov processes.**67

- József Bíró:
**Loss ratio approximations in buffered systems with regulated inputs.**68