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“…If and for any given policy , then the optimal dynamic rationing policy is given by In this case, we obtain and It follows from Subsection 1.1.4 of Chapter 1 in Li ( 2010 ) that At the same time, it follows from ( 8 ) to ( 11 ) that Thus we obtain where …”

confidence: 95%

“…If and for any given policy , then the optimal dynamic rationing policy is given by In this case, we obtain and It follows from Subsection 1.1.4 of Chapter 1 in Li ( 2010 ) that At the same time, it follows from ( 8 ) to ( 11 ) that Thus we obtain where …”

confidence: 95%

“…In this case, we write the stationary probability vector of the policy-based birth-death process as Obviously, the stationary probability vector is the unique solution to the system of linear equations: and , where is a column vector of ones with a suitable dimension. We write and It follows from Subsection 1.1.4 of Chapter 1 in Li ( 2010 ) that By using the policy-based birth-death process , now we define a more general reward function in the stock-rationing queue. It is seen from Table 1 that the reward function with respect to both states and policies is defined as a profit rate (i.e.…”

confidence: 99%