queueing-package: Analysis of Queueing Networks and Models.

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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:

M/M/1, M/M/c, M/M/Infinite,
M/M/1/K, M/M/c/K, M/M/c/c,
M/M/1/K/K, M/M/c/K/K, M/M/c/K/m, M/M/Infinite/K/K

It also solves the following types of 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:

  1. 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.

  2. Optionally, as a help for creating the inputs, the CheckInput(x) function can be called

  3. 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

  4. Finally, you can get a performance value as W(y), Wq(y) or a report of the principals performace values calling summary(y)

See the examples for more detailed information of the use.


Author, Maintainer and Copyright: Pedro Canadilla pedro.canadilla@gmail.com


[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.


## M/M/1 model
summary(QueueingModel(NewInput.MM1(lambda=1/4, mu=1/3, n=0)))

## M/M/1/K model
summary(QueueingModel(NewInput.MM1K(lambda=1/4, mu=1/3, k=3)))

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