Optimal control for a BMAP/SM/1 queue with MAP-input of disasters and two operation modes
Laboratory of Applied Probabilistic Analysis, Faculty of
Applied Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Belarus State
University, 4 F. Skorina Ave., 220050 Minsk 50, Belarus; firstname.lastname@example.org.
A single-server queueing system with a batch Markovian arrival process (BMAP) and MAP-input of disasters causing all customers to leave the system instantaneously is considered. The system has two operation modes, which depend on the current queue length. The embedded and arbitrary time stationary queue length distribution has been derived and the optimal control threshold strategy has been determined.
Key words: Negative arrivals / BMAP/SM/1 queue / Markovian arrival process of disasters / operation modes.
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