It provides a versatile tool for analysis of birth and death based Markovian Queueing Models and Single and Multiclass Product-Form Queueing Networks.
It implements the following basic markovian models:
It also solves the following types of networks:
Multiple Channel Open Jackson Networks.
Multiple Channel Closed Jackson Networks.
Single Channel Multiple Class Open Networks.
Single Channel Multiple Class Closed Networks
Single Channel Multiple Class Mixed Networks
Also it provides B-Erlang, C-Erlang and Engset calculators.
This work is dedicated to the memory of D. Sixto Rios Insua.
All models are used in the same way:
Create inputs calling the appropiate NewInput.model. For example,
x <- NewInput.MM1(lambda=0.25, mu=1, n=10) for a M/M/1 model. To know the exact acronymn model to use for NewInput function, you can search the html help or write
help.search("NewInput") at the command line.
Optionally, as a help for creating the inputs, the
CheckInput(x) function can be called
Solve the model calling
y <- QueueingModel(x). In this step, the
CheckInput(x) will be called. That is the reason that the previous step is optional
Finally, you can get a performance value as
Wq(y) or a report of the principals performace values calling
See the examples for more detailed information of the use.
Author, Maintainer and Copyright: Pedro Canadilla [email protected]
[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.
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