Academic staff
Researcher interests: Operations research, queueing theory, strategic behavior and cooperation is queues, Markov decision process, singular perturbation of Markov chains
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Social Sciences
DEPARTMENT: Statistics
Contact Business Development: Anna Pellivert

Selected Publications

Moshe Haviv, tzvi alon
pooling risk games (2019)| International Game Theory Review| Read more
Moshe Haviv, i j b f adan, Binyamin Oz
the mn gn 1 queue with vacations and exhaustive service (2019)| European Journal of Operational Research| Read more
Moshe Haviv, ilze ziedins, Binyamin Oz, raneetha vasundara abeywickrama
strategic bidding in a discrete accumulating priority queue (2019)| Operations Research Letters| Read more
dan bendel, Moshe Haviv
cooperation and sharing costs in a tandem queueing network (2018)| European Journal of Operational Research| Read more
Moshe Haviv, ijbf ivo adan, Binyamin Oz
a rate balance principle and its application to queueing models (2017)| Queueing Systems| Read more
Moshe Haviv, ijbf ivo adan, Binyamin Oz
a rate balance principle and its application to queueing models (2017)| Queueing Systems| Read more
Moshe Haviv, martin l puterman, Binyamin Oz
the advantage of relative priority regimes in multi class multi server queueing systems with strategic customers (2017)| Operations Research Letters| Read more
Moshe Haviv, Shoshana Anily
line balancing in parallel m m 1 lines and loss systems as cooperative games (2017)| Production and Operations Management| Read more
self regulation of an unobservable queue (2017)| Management Science| Read more
regulating an observable m m 1 queue (2016)| Operations Research Letters| Read more
Moshe Haviv, sophie hautphenne
the bias optimal k in the m m 1 k queue an application of the deviation matrix (2016)| Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences| Read more
self regulation of a queue via random priorities (2014)| | Read more

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