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Scheduling Deteriorating Jobs on a Single Processor
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N jobs are to be processed sequentially on a single machine. Expand
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Analysis of customers’ impatience in queues with server vacations
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We present a comprehensive analysis of the single-server, M/M/1 and M/G/1 queues, where customers’ impatience is due to an absentee of servers upon arrival, and obtain various closed-form results. Expand
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Queues with slow servers and impatient customers
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We study M / M / c queues ( c = 1 , 1 c ∞ and c = ∞ ) in a 2-phase (fast and slow) Markovian random environment with impatient customers. Expand
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Optimal Priority-Purchasing and Pricing Decisions in Nonmonopoly and Monopoly Queues
An M/M/1 service station computer center consists of M separate queues. The ith i = 1, 2, ', M queue has priority over the jth iff i <j. Upon arrival, a customer receives all the informationExpand
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Queuing Problems with Heterogeneous Arrivals and Service
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This paper studies a two-level modification of the M/M/1 queuing model where the rate of arrival and the service capacity are subject to Poisson alternations. Expand
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Priorities in M/G/1 queue with server vacations
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Utilization of idle time in an M/G/1 queueing system Management Science 22
A vacuum pump having a mechanically operated plunger or piston which is so arranged as to either fully open or fully close a supply of compressed gas. The compressed gas flows through a venturi tubeExpand
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Queues with system disasters and impatient customers when system is down
  • U. Yechiali
  • Computer Science
  • Queueing Syst. Theory Appl.
  • 1 August 2007
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We study the case where the system suffers random disasters, resulting in the loss of all customers present. Expand
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Cyclic reservation schemes for efficient operation of multiple-queue single-server systems
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We study two new cyclic reservation schemes for the efficient operation of systems consisting of a single server and multiple queues. Expand
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Infinite-server queues with system's additional tasks and impatient customers
A system is operating as an M/M/∞ queue. However, when it becomes empty, it is assigned to perform another task, the duration U of which is random. Customers arriving while the system is unavailableExpand
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