Supplement to ‘Nonparametric estimation of the service time distribution in discrete-time queueing networks’

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Great news: a scientific article I have co-authored has been accepted for publication and can now be found online here or via the DOI 10.1016/j.spa.2020.01.011. Yes, my list of publications has been amended 1. This article has been through quite a lengthy review process, and was the main motivation for another one of my blog posts. This post dates to September 2018, yet I only started working on these simulations in the framework of the second round of peer review…

Anyways, the results presented in the paper are based on simulations I calculated using a specifically desigend R package, aptly named queueingnetworkR. This package was only ever designed for this singular purpose, for anyone who might be interested in repeating the experiments or using the code in any other fashion, the latest tar-ball can be found here, the GitLab page is here.


  1. I am glad you asked. [return]

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