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Semi-Markov-based approach for the analysis of open tandem networks with blocking and truncation

Walenty Oniszczuk (2009)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

This paper describes an analytical study of open two-node (tandem) network models with blocking and truncation. The study is based on semi-Markov process theory, and network models assume that multiple servers serve each queue. Tasks arrive at the tandem in a Poisson fashion at the rate λ, and the service times at the first and the second node are nonexponentially distributed with means sA and sB , respectively. Both nodes have buffers with finite capacities. In this type of network, if the second...

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