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*Lajos Takács*. Queueing Systems, Vol. 82, Issue. 1-2, p. 1.

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**14 July 2016**

In more than four decades of prolific scientific activity, Lajos Takács has produced so much that no one contributor to this Festschrift can hope to cover all of it in a balanced way. I thus propose to make a virtue of necessity, and concentrate on those aspects of Takács' work which have particularly interested or influenced me, and on the impact Takács' ideas in these areas have had on the subsequent development of the subject.

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