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Transient behavior of a N-policy single server feedback queue with disaster balking and setup time

A. Azhagappan


The proposed research work presents the performance of a single server queue with disaster, balking, N-policy, setup time and re-service. The server waits idle (off state) till N jobs join and begins the service in an exhaustive manner (on state). The customers may opt for another service after each service. In addition, the system faces disaster during busy period. The system distributions are derived using generating function. Some of the performances are obtained and numerical illustrations are given.


Disaster and setup time, balking and feedback, N-policy, transient probabilities

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