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On One Analytical Model of a Probability Estimation of Quality and Efficiency of Functioning of Complex Technical Queuing Systems

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ABSTRACT

The work is dedicated to the development of analytical model of probability estimation of reliability, productivity, quality and efficiency of functioning of the complex technical queuing system consisting of the arbitrary number of marked groups of the service devises (channels, facilities, servers) differing with reliable characteristics (parameters of refusals and restorations) of forming their composition (also of arbitrary number) marked, identical, unreliable and restorable serving channels in which for serving come in requirements with intensities depending on marking of channels. In the considered system it is supposed that the currents of refusals of serving devices and currents of coming requirements are subdued to Poisson, and the currents of restorations of refused devices and the currents of services of coming requirements—exponential laws of distribution of probabilities. A stochastic process of transfers of a system by that is Markovian process with continuous time and discrete states. Correlations linking the basic parameters and exit characteristics of the systems of the pointed out type are obtained in a view of probabilities of the system location in the given moment of time in one of the possible states.

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Shamugia, R. (2015) On One Analytical Model of a Probability Estimation of Quality and Efficiency of Functioning of Complex Technical Queuing Systems. International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, 8, 295-303. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2015.88029.

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