Using the Saddle point method and multiseries expansions, we obtain from the exponential formula and Cauchy's integral formula,asymptotic results for the number $T(n,m,k)$ of partitions of $n$ labeled objects with $m$ blocks of fixed size $k$. We ana...

Document(s)

Title

In discrete time, $\ell$-blocks of red lights are separated by $\ell$-blocks of green lights. Cars arrive at random. We seek the distribution of maximum line length of idle cars, and justify conjectured probabilistic asymptotics for $2 \leq \ell \leq...

In discrete time, $\ell$-blocks of red lights are separated by $\ell$-blocks of green lights. Cars arrive at random. The maximum line length of idle cars is fully understood for $\ell = 1$, but only partially for $2 \leq \ell \leq 3$.

Using the Saddle point method and multiseries expansions, we obtain from the exponential formula and Cauchy's integral formula,asymptotic results for the number $T(n,m,k)$ of partitions of $n$ labeled objects with $m$ blocks of fixed size $k$. We ana...

In discrete time, \ell-blocks of red lights are separated by \ell-blocks of green lights. Cars arrive at random. We seek the distribution of maximum line length of idle cars, and justify conjectured probabilistic asymptotics for 2 <= \ell <= 3.

In discrete time, \ell-blocks of red lights are separated by \ell-blocks of green lights. Cars arrive at random. The maximum line length of idle cars is fully understood for \ell = 1, but only partially for 2 <= \ell <=3.

info:eu-repo/semantics/published

info:eu-repo/semantics/published