Performance Evaluation and Optimization of Open Zero-Buffer 2 Multi-Server Queueing Networks

  title={Performance Evaluation and Optimization of Open Zero-Buffer 2 Multi-Server Queueing Networks},
  author={R. Andriansyah and Tom Van Woensel and Frederico R. B. Cruz and Luiz Duczmal},
8 Open zero-buffer multi-server general queueing networks occur throughout a number of physical systems in the semi9 process and process industries. In this paper, we first analyze and quantify the performance of these systems in terms 10 of throughput using the generalized expansion method (GEM). We compare our results with simulation, and show 11 that the GEM gives an effective approximation for the performance measures of the systems under study. Secondly, 12 we embed the performance… CONTINUE READING
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