A retrial system with two input streams and two orbit queues

@article{Avrachenkov2014ARS,
  title={A retrial system with two input streams and two orbit queues},
  author={Konstantin Avrachenkov and Philippe Nain and Uri Yechiali},
  journal={Queueing Syst.},
  year={2014},
  volume={77},
  pages={1-31}
}
Two independent Poisson streams of jobs flow into a single-server service system having a limited common buffer that can hold at most one job. If a type-i job (i = 1, 2) finds the server busy, it is blocked and routed to a separate type-i retrial (orbit) queue that attempts to re-dispatch its jobs at its specific Poisson rate. This creates a system with three dependent queues. Such a queueing system serves as a model for two competing job streams in a carrier sensing multiple access system. We… CONTINUE READING
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