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PQT - April - May 2010

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B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL/MAY 2010Fourth SemesterComputer Science and EngineeringMA2262 — PROBABILITY AND QUEUEING THEORY (Regulation 2008)(Common to Information Technology)Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks Answer ALL QuestionsPART A — (10
×
2 = 20 Marks)1.
 
Obtain the mean for a Geometric random variable.2.
 
What is meant by memoryless property? Which continuous distribution followsthis property?3.
 
Give a real life example each for positive correlation and negative correlation.4.
 
State central limit theorem for independent and identically distributed (
iid
)
 
random variables.5.
 
Is a Poisson process a continuous time Markov chain? Justify your answer.6.
 
Consider the Markov chain consisting of the three states 0, 1, 2 and transitionprobability matrix3231041412102121
=
it irreducible? Justify.7.
 
Suppose that customers arrive at a Poisson rate of one per every 12 minutesand that the service time is exponential at a rate of one service per 8 minutes.What is the average number of customers in the system?
Question Paper Code:
 
E3123
 
         5    1    5                5    1    5                5    1    5       
 
 
E 3123
 
28.
 
Define M/M/2 queueing model. Why the notation M is used?9.
 
Distinguish between open and closed networks.10.
 
M/G/1 queueing system is Markovian. Comment on this statement.PART B — (5
×
16 = 80 Marks)11.
 
(a) (i) By calculating the moment generating function of Poissondistribution with parameter
λ 
, prove that the mean and variance of the Poisson distribution are equal.(ii) If the density function of 
 X 
equals
( )
<<<=
0,00,
2
Ce f 
, find C.What is
[ ]
2
>
 X 
?Or(b) (i) Describe the situations in which geometric distributions could beused. Obtain its moment generating function.(ii) A coin having probability
 p
of coming up heads is successivelyflipped until the r
th
head appears. Argue that
 X 
, the number of flipsrequired will be
n
,
rn
with probability
[ ]
rnq p rnn X 
rnr
    ==
11 12.
 
(a) (i) Suppose that
 X 
and
are independent non negative continuousrandom variables having densities
( )
 f 
 X 
and
( )
 y f 
respectively.Compute
[ ]
 X 
<
.(ii) The joint density of 
 X 
and
is given by
( )
<<<< =
otherwise y ye y f 
xy
,020,0, 21,. Calculate the conditionaldensity of 
 X 
given
= 1.Or(b) (i) If the correlation coefficient is 0, then can we conclude that they areindependent? Justify your answer, through an example. What aboutthe converse?(ii) Let
 X 
and
be independent random variables both uniformlydistributed on (0,1). Calculate the probability density of 
 X 
+
.
         5    1    5                5    1    5                5    1    5       

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