Define the inputs of a new M/M/c/K/K queueing model

1 | ```
NewInput.MMCKK(lambda=0, mu=0, c=1, k=1, method=0)
``` |

`lambda` |
arrival rate |

`mu` |
server service rate |

`c` |
number of servers |

`k` |
system capacity |

`method` |
method of computation of the probabilities of k (system capacity) customers down. With method=0, the exact results are calculated using the formal definition. With method=1, aproximate results are calculated using Stirling aproximation of factorials and logaritms. With method=2, Jain's Method [Jain2007], pag. 26 is used |

Define the inputs of a new M/M/c/K/K queueing model

[Sixto2004] Sixto Rios Insua, Alfonso Mateos Caballero, M Concepcion Bielza Lozoya, Antonio Jimenez Martin (2004).

*Investigacion Operativa. Modelos deterministicos y estocasticos*.

Editorial Centro de Estudios Ramon Areces.

[Jain2007] Joti Lal Jain, Sri Gopal Mohanty, Walter Bohm (2007).

*A course on Queueing Models*.

Chapman-Hall.

`CheckInput.i_MMCKK`

1 2 | ```
## create input parameters
i_mmckk <- NewInput.MMCKK(lambda=8, mu=2, c=5, k=12, method=0)
``` |

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