in the Journal of American Statistical Associations, (Vol. 106, 223-4, Sept. 2011) -
“... The book is attractive and nicely presented... ... ..
A key helpful feature of the book is the large number of worked examples and exercises. In addition, there are indications, with some references, of the existence and importance of further topics beyond the scope of the book. ... ...
... ... the improvements and changes in the third edition mean that this book will be more useful to practitioners and those in applied fields and that it will maintain its appeal and attractiveness for these readers”.
It is noteworthy to mention that the fourth edition of this book was published just few days before the death of this great scholar.
About Prof. Medhi's second book Bulk Queueing Models published in 1984 by Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, Prof. D. Bertsimas (MIT) and Prof. X. Papaconstantinous wrote in a paper in Transportation Science 22(1988), 125- 138 as
“... the two relevant books (on Bulk Queues) by Chaudhury and Templeton and Medhi not only trace exhaustively the development of the various subjects but give also a meticulous and as far as possible, unified account of the complexities and niceties of structures and the potentialities of implementing them in practice....”.
About his third book Stochastic Models in Queueing theory published in 1991 by Academic Press, Prof. J. L. Madrigal of Brigham Young University, USA wrote in The