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THRESHOLD POLICIES FOR A SINGLE-SERVER QUEUING NETWORK

  • P. S. Ansell (a1), K. D. Glazebrook (a2) and I. Mitrani (a3)

Abstract

We consider a single-server queuing system with two job classes under service policies of threshold type. The server switches from type 1 to type 2 when either the former queue is empty or the latter reaches size T; it switches from type 2 to type 1 when the former queue size drops below T and the latter is not empty. The joint queue-length distribution is determined for preemptive and nonpreemptive implementations using both analytic techniques and the power series algorithm.

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