Evsey Morozov

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In this work, the fluid approach methodology is first applied to find a sufficient stability condition for a two-station cascade network: customers that are awaiting service at the first queue can move to the second station, whenever it is free, to be served there immediately, but the opposite is not allowed. Each station is fed by a renewal input with(More)
We consider a GI/G/c/K-type retrial queueing system with constant retrial rate. The system consists of a primary queue and an orbit queue. The primary queue has c identical servers and can accommodate the maximal number of K jobs. If a newly arriving job finds the full primary queue, it joins the orbit. The original primary jobs arrive to the system(More)