Markovian queues with arrival dependence.
Gafford, Jack Burton
Gaver, Donald P.
Brown, Gerald G.
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A study of three Markovian queues wherein customers require two separate types of service upon arrival. The two service channels operate independently but receive demands through a common arrival process. Transient and steady state results are established in the case that the service channels have an infinite number of servers. The remaining two systems, finite server and finite capacity, are not completely modeled. However, special results concerning their stochastic nature are documented.
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