Application of Norton's Theorem on Queueing Networks with Finite Capacities

  title={Application of Norton's Theorem on Queueing Networks with Finite Capacities},
  author={Ian F. Akyildiz and J{\"o}rg Liebeherr},
The application of Norton’s theorem from electrical circuit theory on queueing networks with infinite capacities is well-known and very useful for cases where a node of the network should be analyzed under different workload. In this work a method is developed which allows the application of Norton’s theorem on queueing networks with finite capacities. A node is arbitrarily selected and the subnetwork containing all remaining nodes are replaced by a composite node with infinite capacity. The… CONTINUE READING


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