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13 Let P denote the transition matrix of an irreducible Markov chain X with discrete state space E = F ∪ F c , where F c = E \ F . Write P in block notation as PF F PF F c P = PF c F PF c F c Show that the Markov chain X F restricted to the state space F has transition matrix P F = PF F + PF F c (I − PF c F c )−1 PF c F with I denoting the identity matrix on F c . 14 Let X denote a Markov chain with state space E = {0, . . , m} and transition matrix ⎞ ⎛ p00 p01 ⎟ ⎜p10 p11 p12 ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ p21 p22 p23 P =⎜ ⎟ ⎟ ⎜ .

8 For a Markov process Y with initial distribution π and time instances 0 < t1 < . . < tn , n ∈ N, the equation P(Y Yt1 = j1 , . . , Ytn = jn ) = i∈E πi Pi,j1 (t1 )P Pj1 ,j2 (t2 − t1 ) . . Pjn−1 ,jn (tn − tn−1 ) holds for all j1 , . . , jn ∈ E. The proof is left as an exercise. Thus a Markov process Y with transition probability matrices (P (t) : t ≥ 0) admits a variety of versions depending on the initial distribution π. Any such version shall be denoted by Y π . 2. Stationary Distribution From now on we shall convene on the technical assumption ˇ := inf{λi : i ∈ E} > 0 λ which holds for all queueing systems that we will examine.

For the recurrent case, a finer distinction will be necessary. 15), there are differences in the rate of visits to a recurrent state. In order to describe these, define Ni (n) as the number of visits to state i until time n. Further define for a recurrent state i ∈ E the mean time mi := E(ττi |X0 = i) until the first visit to i (after time zero) under the condition that the chain starts in i. By definition mi > 0 for all i ∈ E. 8) for all recurrent i ∈ E and independently of j ∈ E provided j ↔ i, with the convention of 1/∞ := 0.

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